2017 City of Tucson Primary Election results

Only 2 contested primaries to report on tonight from City of Tucson Elections  in Ward 3 (Democrats) and Ward 6 (Greens):

Ward 3 Council  (Democrats). Open seat as Councilwoman Karin Uhlich is stepping down after 3 terms.

Felicia Chew  1703   32.09%

Paul Durham  2416  45.52%

Tom Tronsdal  1177  22.18%

(to face off with Independent Gary Watson in the General. No Republican or Green in this race).

Ward 5 Council  (no primary, 2 term Councilman Democrat Richard Fimbres is  unopposed, as well in the General)

Fimbres:  2583

Ward 6  Council (Green Party)

Mike Cease  51  63.75%

Michael Oatman 26  32.5%

(to face off with incumbent 2 term Councilman Democrat Steve Kozachik and Republican Mariano Rodriguez in the General Election on Nov. 7, 2017)

Kozachik:  5384

Rodriguez:  1537

More info:  https://www.tucsonaz.gov/clerks/elections

Congratulations to the winners, Paul Durham and Mike Cease.

7 Responses to 2017 City of Tucson Primary Election results

  1. bruce.desertrat

    Uhhh, censored, you can’t vote for who doesn’t run; unless you’re saying that the Dems prevented them from running?

    What amazes me is that more Dems voted in Ward 6 (which was uncontested) than Ward 3.

    • maybe more latinos would run if they thought they wouldn’t be treated like bernie sanders was treated.

      • Carolyn Classen

        There are several women’s groups in Arizona working and encouraging women (Latinas too) to run for office: Arizona List, Arizona Women’s Political Caucus, Las Adelitas.

        • thank you carolyn hope they have success. I hope I can go out and campaign for latina democrats running for office. latinos too!

  2. no latinas? and democrats wonder why latinos don’t vote!

  3. Deborah Pela

    Thank you. I was trying to find the results online.

    • Carolyn Classen

      You’re welcome. Glad the Elections results came out on time at 8 p.m. so we didn’t have to wait into the evening.