For the contested statewide races, go to the Az Sec. of States’s website for the results. If close, the outcome won’t be known for a while due to counting of provisional ballots cast on the day of the election.
For contested races in Southern Arizona, here’s the early results, but stay tuned for updates for the close races:
CD 2 —
Eli Crane (R) 125,535
Tom O-Halleran (D), incumbent 110, 428
CD 6 (open seat) – too close to call
Juan Ciscomani (R) 115,210
Kirsten Engel (D) 112,797
Raul Grijalva (D), incumbent 65,533
Luis Pozzolo (R) 27,678
CD 17 Senate (open seat) – too close to call
Mike Nickerson (D) 39,043
Justine Wadsack (R) 39,730
LD 17 House (2 open seats) – too close to call
Dana Allmond (D) 37,265
Rachel Jones (R) 37,905
Cory McGarr (R) 37,296
Brian Radford (D) 35,279
LD 18 Senate (open seat)
Stan Caine (R) 16,497
Priya Sundaresan (D) 37,557
LD 18 House (2 seats)
Linda Evans (R) 16,607
Nancy Gutierrez (D) 34,929
Chris Mathis (D), incumbent 33,733
LD 19 House (2 seats)
Sanda Clark (D) 25,321
Gail Griffin (R), incumbent 32,245
Lupe Diaz (R), incumbent 29,314
LD 21 Senate
Rosanna Gabaldon (D) 21,461
Jim Cleveland (R) 9350
LD 21 House
Consuelo Hernandez (D) 19,592
Stephanie Hamilton (D) 18,027
Deborah McEwen (R) 8624
Other Senate & House offices in LD 19 and 20 in Southern Arizona are uncontested and were determined in the Az Primary.
TUSD Governing Board (2 open seats): too close to call
Brieanna Chillious 14,468
Jennifer Eckstrom 36,838
Luis A. Gonzales 19,849
Val Romero 25,414
William Soland 15,498
Rebecca Zapien 23,338
Pima Community College governing board (2 seats)
Demion Clinco, incumbent 7399
Theresa Riel 12,021
Nick Pierson 14,120
Greg Taylor 18,184
Stay tuned for election updates for the close races, due to the provisional ballots. Congratulations to all the winners. Looks like Arizona is turning from purple to blue.
Updating the close races in CD 2 and 6; as well as in LD 17 Senate & House, and the TUSD Governing Bd. race.
Yow, took nearly 2 weeks of counting early & provisional ballots to finally complete all vote counts: https://blogforarizona.net/final-arizona-general-election-2022-results-posted/. AG -elect Kris Mayes only won by 510 votes so a recount if likely. Stay tuned for other challenges by the losing candidates.
Final tally not done yet by Sec. of State or Pima County, but it looks like CD 2 Congressman Tom O’Halleran has been upset by Republican newcomer Eli Crane. In CD 6, Kirsten Engel has conceded recently to Juan Ciscomani, former aide to Gov. Doug Ducey.
On State level in Southern AZ Dems seem to have won in LD 18, 20 and 21, but not LD 17 or 19. And in TUSD it looks like the two open seats will be held by Jennifer Eckstrom, former Mayor South Tucson (and daughter to former Pima County Supervisor Dan Eckstorm), and Val Romero, who ran against Steve K in Nov. 2020, as an Independent.
Stay tuned all week as there are 160,000 provisional ballots left to count in Pima County and 1/2 million statewide per Tucson Sentinel: https://www.tucsonsentinel.com/local/report/110922_election_ballots/160000-pima-ballots-left-count-as-races-remain-tight/. Many of these races are too close to call esp. the Legislative Districts.
Updating the close races in CD 2 and CD 6, where Eli Crane is ahead of incumbent Tom O’Halleran, and Kirsten Engel has lost her slim lead in CD 6. Also close races in LD 17, both Senate and House, too close to call with Republicans leading now. TUSD lead has changed with now Jennifer Eckstrom and Val Romero on top of the 6 pack of candidates. Romero is the one who ran against Steve K two years ago.