KVOA getting ready for next week’s elections…

by Craig McDermott, crossposted from Random Musings

Just a little levity

They've put up some "test" returns for Arizona House races on their website, and didn't pull down the test before I noticed it.

Heh heh heh heh, time for a little fun (and it is just fun – they've got Ds winning in districts that are R locks, and Rs winning in D districts.  In other words, these are just numbers serving as space fillers, not reality or even predictions of reality)…

Highlights –

District 4
103 of 103 precincts – 100 percent
x-Judy Burges, GOP (i) 36,972 – 45 percent
x-Karina Guerrero, Dem 32,864 – 40 percent
Jack Harper, GOP 12,324 – 15 percent
2 to be elected.

No more Jack Harper?  Fingers (and toes) crossed for the future of LD4 and the state…

District 11
83 of 83 precincts – 100 percent
x-Eric Meyer, Dem (i) 23,522 – 45 percent
x-Eric West, GOP 20,908 – 40 percent
Kate Brophy McGee, GOP 7,840 – 15 percent

If there is any justice in the world, this one, with Eric Meyer winning, will become reality in a week.  It would annoy the hell out of some industry groups, too, as they've dropped a lot of cash on McGee.

District 17
69 of 69 precincts – 100 percent
x-Ed Ableser, Dem (i) 17,611 – 43 percent
x-Ben Arredondo, Dem 16,201 – 40 percent
Donald Hawker, GOP 1,823 – 5 percent
Cristian Dumitrescu, Lib 1,709 – 4 percent
Damian Trabel, Lib 1,603 – 4 percent
Gregor Knauer, Grn 1,555 – 4 percent

This is my home district, and this result would definitely work for me…

District 19
65 of 65 precincts – 100 percent
x-Kirk Adams, GOP (i) 24,674 – 45 percent
x-Kit Filbey, Dem 21,933 – 40 percent
Justin Olson, GOP 8,224 – 15 percent
2 to be elected.

Won't happen, but this would be nice.  It would be nicer still if Adams was the R who came in third.

District 20
59 of 59 precincts – 100 percent
x-Rae Waters, Dem (i) 22,657 – 45 percent
x-Bob Robson, GOP 20,138 – 40 percent
Jeff Dial, GOP 7,552 – 15 percent
2 to be elected.

As with Meyer above, in a truly just world Waters would win this one in a walk.

 

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