2018 Arizona General Election Coverage

New Results of the U.S. Senate Vote Count: So far today, McSally has gained about 3,000 votes, interestingly enough just one day after the Superior Court hearing. Does this mean some Democrat shenanigans have been brought to a halt?

Saturday, Nov. 10, 1:41, 6 p.m.

R-McSally 976,204

D-Sinema 994,934

G-Green 47,075

NOTES

Just in is this statement from McSally Campaign CEO Jim Bognet on the current state of the Arizona senate race:

“With half a million ballots left to count we remain confident that as votes continue to come in from counties across the state, Martha McSally will be elected Arizona’s next Senator.”

From The Arizona Conservative:

Sinema owes her lead to over-performing in Maricopa County, which is where Republicans usually run up the score in statewide elections. Sinema has a shocking lead of 28,000 votes over McSally who is dominating the majority of the state’s rural counties. Voter turnout was 60 percent in Maricopa, up from 45 percent the previous election.

Sinema has 551,000 votes in Maricopa County. McSally has 523,000, and this could cost her the election, but we certainly hope not. The conservative cities surrounding Phoenix and Tempe should be making a big difference for the Republican, but we’re still waiting for that red wave to emerge from Mesa, Chandler and Gilbert.

In 2016, John McCain won Maricopa County with 55 percent of the vote to Ann Kirkpatrick’s 40 percent. McCain received more than 653,000 votes to Kirkpatrick’s 475,000. Does this mean that a lot of McCain voters went Democrat? No way to tell yet.

Arizona Legislature: Currently the GOP has a 17-13 in the Senate and a 31-29 lead in the House

A Message from Jonathan Lines, Chairman, Arizona Republican Party

Wow. What an incredible night. My friends, we made history last night.

First and foremost, we re-elected our great governor, Doug Ducey. You should know that Governor Ducey is more than just an incredible governor. Over the last month, he has worked incredibly hard on behalf of our ticket. This last weekend, the governor and I visited over a dozen Republican party headquarters, events and pancake breakfasts. He campaigns with the same singular focus that we see on the 9th floor every day.

We’re so fortunate to have him as our governor, and no one works harder to lift up our party than he does.

After the Governor’s victory was declared, the winning didn’t stop. Steve Gaynor will be our new Secretary of State. Mark Brnovich, our state’s top cop, will serve 4 more years as Attorney General. Kimberly Yee, who served so honorably as our Senate Majority Leader, will be a great State Treasurer. And while we don’t have an official call yet for Superintendent of Public Instruction, Corporation Commission or Mine Inspector, we believe that all are poised for victory.

But I want to give a special shout-out to my friend Martha McSally. Tens of millions of dollars landed in Arizona to tear her down and lie about her record. And while the race is too close to call…I am confident that when the dust settles, she will be the first female United States Senator from Arizona.

Congratulations, Martha. I’ll be honored to be your constituent.

We have had a historic cycle, and together, we defended the desert. Together, we made over 5 million phone calls, knocked on over a million doors and trained thousands of new activists and Republican volunteers. We made history last night…and we are going to make history again in 2020.

Thank you for the honor of serving as your chairman. I’ll go into battle with all of you, any time.

Sincerely,

Chairman Lines

Editor’s Note: Chairman Lines and his team are doing the best job of communicating to the base and exposing the Left than any previous state GOP leadership group. Congratulations on a phenomenal job! Keep doing what you’re doing! Well-deserved kudos also go to Ayshia Connor and Torunn Sinclair (of the McSally campaign) as well!

Here are some excellent post-election articles well worth taking the time to read:

Rush Limbaugh:

Retiring RINOS Bought the Drive-By Media’s Blue Wave Scam

The American Spectator:

A Much, Much Better Night Than Had Been Forecast

 

***Percentage of Precincts Reporting: 99% according to AZ Secretary of State website***

U.S. House Races

D1:

R-Rogers 103,000

D-O’Halleran 117,000

D2:

R-Peterson 109,000

D-Kirkpatrick 125,000

D3:

R-Pierson 49,000

D-Grijalva 78,000

D4:

R-Gosar 159,000

D-Brill 69,000

D5:

R-Biggs 125,000

D-Green 83,000

D6:

R-Schweikert 122,000

D-Malik 95,000

D7:

D-Gallego 67,000

Green-Swing 12,000

D8:

R-Lesko 123,000

D-Tipirneni 94,000

D9:

R-Ferrara  68,000

D-Stanton 101,000

Governor’s Race

R-Ducey 1,070,162

D-Garcia 756,369

Attorney General

R-Brnovich 965,708

D-Contreras 858,094

Secretary of State

R-Gaynor 930,178

D-Hobbs 902,230

State Treasurer

R-Yee 999,684

D-Manoil 808,567

Superintendent of Public Instruction

R-Riggs 907,534

D-Hoffman 927,077

Arizona Corporation Commission

R-Glassman 844,446

R-Olson 847,485

D-Kennedy 830,665

State MIne Inspector

R-Hart 939,316

D-Pierce, 836,787

Ballot Measures

Prop 127

Yes-30.19%

No-69.81%

Prop 125

Yes-51.7%

No-48.3%

Prop 126

Yes-65.15%
No-34.85%

Prop 305

Yes-34.9%
No-65.1%

Prop 306

Yes-56.09%
No-43.81%

 

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