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2016 Arizona Primary results – Southern AZ (updated)

Arizona Primary 2016 was held today. Polls closed at 7 p.m.

I’m only reporting on some of the contested primary election races for the Arizona primary in Southern Arizona . More info on other races statewide at www.azsos.gov and locally at  www.pima.gov/elections.

Congressional District 2 House (Democrats)

Dr. Matt Heinz     31,369

Victoria Steele       28,013

Legislative District 2 House (Democrats, 2 seats)

Aaron Baumann      5420

Rosanna Gabaldon, incumbent    6955

Daniel Hernandez Jr.    6344

Legislative District 9 House (Democrats, 2 seats)

Dr. Randy Friese, incumbent   14,782

Pam Powers Hannley              11,426

Matt Kopec, incumbent           8841

Legislative District 10 House (Democrats, 2 seats)

Kirsten Engel    11,468

Courtney Frogge   10,735

Stefanie Mach, incumbent   12,459

Legislative District 14 House (Republicans, 2 seats)

Dennis Barger     5706

Drew John     12,458

Becky Nutt    13,565

Anthony Sizer  9134

 

Pima County offices:

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Watch CD 2 Democratic candidate debate on AZPM

Arizona Public Media (AZPM, PBS Channel 6) hosted a debate  on August 5, 2016 between the two Democrats vying for Congressional District 2 House of Representatives seat — both former AZ House Representatives Dr. Matt Heinz and Victoria Steele.  They face off in the August 30 primary, one to challenge incumbent Republican Congresswoman (1 term) Martha McSally in the General Election.

Watch the debate online here:

https://originals.azpm.org/p/on-metroweek/2016/8/5/93222-two-democrats-compete-to-face-mcsally-in-2nd-district/

Dr. Matt Heinz

Dr. Matt Heinz

Victoria Steele

Victoria Steele

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matt Heinz’s campaign website:  http://www.heinzforarizona.com/#intro. Dr. Heinz ran unsuccessfully before in the August 2012 primary for this same seat against Congressman Ron Barber.

Victoria Steele’s campaign website:http://www.victoriasteeleforcongress.com/

Vote wisely on or before August 30, 2016.  Early ballots went out on August 3.