Today was the Arizona special election for Prop. 123 and 124. 123 is the education funding amendment and 124 is the public retirement systems amendment.
Early results from Arizona Secretary of State:
Looks like from the early returns that Prop. 123 is winning, 51% to 49% (but too close to call), as not all counties have reported. See updates below.
Proposition 124 winning by large margin, 70% to 30%.
Click on the link on top “Results by County” to see which Counties have reported. Coconino, Pima, Yavapai Counties voted no on Prop. 123. Pima County turnout was 35.7%.
Stay tuned for updates as votes are tabulated.
8:20 p.m. update — waiting for Apache, Graham, La Paz counties, but Prop. 123 lead is holding. 8:50 p.m. update – only La Paz County left (9,479 votes), no change in results. 9:00 p.m. update: waiting for La Paz County, but Prop. 123 likely winner.
9:20 p.m. La Paz County finally reported, results same. Prop. 123 has likely won, by 51 to 49%. Prop. 124 has won, 70% to 30%. Voter turnout statewide at 27.8 %. Unofficial results below:
Yes 464,847 No 456,058
Yes 625,773 No 267,098
Will update pending final results, with thousands of provisional ballots to count. Too close to call as yet for Prop. 123 (now only at 50.48% to 49.52%). Prop. 124 has passed.