So. Arizona General Election 2016 results – updated

For full statewide results go to Arizona Secretary of State website, https://www.azsos.gov/.  Pima County additional results at www.pima.gov/elections.  Prop 205 (marijuana) is losing, Prop. 206 (minimum wage) is winning.

Listed below are unofficial results for Congressional Districts 1, 2, 3, Arizona Senate & House races in Southern Arizona, Pima County races, Pima Community College and  Tucson Unified School District Governing Board.

UPDATES:  Close races in LD 2 House, LD 10 House, TUSD Governing Board (for 3rd seat). See info below.  Looks like LD 2 House race is decided.

CD 1 House (open seat)

Paul Babeu (R)  90,101

Tom O’Halleran (D)  109,001

Parrish, Ray (G) 11,968

CD 2 House

Dr. Matt Heinz (D)  113,715

Martha McSally (R), incumbent  149,184

CD 3 House

Raul Grijalva (D), incumbent  106,466

 LD 2 Senate

Andrea Dalessandro (D) incumbent  29,783

Shelley Kais (R)  21,813

 LD 2 House (2 seats) – updated, gap is widening

Chris Ackerley (R), incumbent  25,689

Rosanna Gabaldon (D), incumbent  29,056

Daniel Hernandez Jr. (D)  28,635

 LD 3 Senate

Olivia Cajero Bedford (D) incumbent  37,792

 LD 3 House (2 seats)

Edward “Trey” Cizek III (G)  7,928

Sally Gonzales (D), incumbent  32,542

Macario Saldate (D), incumbent  25,118

 LD 9 Senate 

Steve Farley (D) incumbent  56,717

 LD 9 House (2 seats, one open)

Dr.Randy Friese (D), incumbent  43,287

Pam Powers Hannley (D)  38,295

Ana Henderson (R) 34,690

 LD 10 Senate

David Bradley (D) incumbent  41,572

Randall Phelps (R)  35,518

 LD 10 House (2 seats, one open)  TOO CLOSE TO CALL — MAY HAVE TO RECOUNT – updated

Todd Clodfelter (R)  40,011

Kirsten Engel (D)  40,350

Stefanie Mach (D), incumbent  39,831

 LD 11 Senate

Ralph Atchue (D)  30,973

Steve Smith (R), incumbent  44,444

 LD 11 House (2 seats)

Mark Finchem (R), incumbent  39,573

Corin Hammond (D)  32,494

Vince Leach (R), incumbent  36,972

 LD 14 Senate

Jaime Alvarez (D)  28, 310

Gail Griffin (R) incumbent  47,266

LD 14 House (2 seats – open)

Mike Holmes (D)  24,840

Drew John (R)   43,854

Jason Lindstrom (D)  24,225

Becky Nutt (R)  41,998

Pima County offices:

Assessor

Suzanne Droubie (I) 106,089

Bill Staples (D), incumbent  188,950

Attorney

Barbara LaWall (D), incumbent  202,828

Cyndi Tuell (G)  86,825

Recorder

Mike Cease (G)  65,020

F. Ann Rodriguez (D), incumbent  231,241

School Superintendent (open seat)

Margaret Buckholder (R)  150,674

Dustin Williams (D) 161,719

Sheriff

Chris Nanos (D), incumbent  142,163

Mark Napier (R)  183,078

Supervisor D 1

Brian Bickel (D)  42,031

Ally Miller (R), incumbent  48,342

Supervisor D 2

Ramon Valadez (D), incumbent  32,997

 Supervisor D 3

Sharon Bronson (D), incumbent  29,704

Kim DeMarco (R)  27,480

Supervisor D 4 (open seat)

Steve Christy (R)  58,670

Josh Riley (G)  21,812

Supervisor D 5

Martin Bastidas (G)  9255

Richard Elias (D), incumbent  34,457

Treasurer

Beth Ford (R), incumbent  254,573

Pima Community College Governing Board, District 5 (one seat)

Martha Durkin, incumbent  15,596

Luis Gonzales  18,270

Francis Saitta   3549

 TUSD Governing Board (3 seats, nonpartisan) — updated

Kristel Foster, incumbent  47,545

Cam Juarez, incumbent 40,145

Betts Putnam-Hidalgo  43,105

Lori Riegel  36,678

Brett Rustand 42,013

Rachael Sedgwick  43,938

Mark Stegeman, incumbent  50,698

Stegeman, Foster, and Sedgwick leading at 1 p.m. Nov. 9 (updated).  Sedgwick has lead of 1067 over Putnam-Hidalgo, still in 4th place.

Stay tuned for updates for the close races (i.e TUSD School Bd., LD 2 House, LD 10 House), and counting of provisional ballots. I will likely update only if there is a change in who’s leading/winning.

UPDATE: Nov. 9, 1 p.m. Todd Clodfelter (R) in lead now in LD 10 House by 230 votes over incumbent Stefanie Mach (D)with Kirsten Engel (D) also 230 votes ahead of Clodfelter; unchanged/same status in LD 2 House, TUSD Board as to who’s leading.

UPDATE: Nov. 10  7 p.m. Todd Clodfelter ahead by 180 votes over Mach.  LD 2 House race gap is widening in favor of Hernandez Jr.; TUSD Board unchanged, just more ballots counted.

18 responses to “So. Arizona General Election 2016 results – updated

  1. Carolyn Classen

    Hopefully the final election results, posted Nov. 18, 2016 (ten days after the General Election on Nov. 8, 2016):
    https://blogforarizona.net/final-general-election-results-2016-ld-10-house-tusd-board/

  2. Carolyn Classen

    11/18/16 provisional ballot update: Looks like Todd Clodfelter(R) and Kirsten Engel(D) have won in LD 10 House, unseating the incumbent Democrat. No recount is mandated if more than 50 vote difference in legislative seats per state law.

    Todd Clodfelter 45,627
    Kirsten Engel 45,530
    Stefanie Mach, incumbent 44,770

    as for TUSD Governing Bd. 3rd seat — political newcomer Sedgwick appears to have won over Putnam-Hidalgo, who ran for this seat three times:

    Rachael Sedgwick 50,205
    Betts Putnam-Hidalgo 49,519

    Difference is now 686 votes. Not sure if there are any more provisional ballots to be counted.

  3. TUSD Board race gap is now at 259 for the 3rd seat:

    SEDGWICK, RACHAEL NONPARTISAN 48304
    PUTNAM-HIDALGO, BETTS NONPARTISAN 48045

    LD 10 House race: Rep. Mach still losing by 606 votes to Todd Clodfelter:
    ENGEL, KIRSTEN DEMOCRATIC 44211
    CLODFELTER, TODD REPUBLICAN 44187
    MACH, STEFANIE DEMOCRATIC 43581

    Stay tuned for tomorrow’s results.

  4. Nov. 11 update: TUSD Bd.

    SEDGWICK, RACHAEL NONPARTISAN 46988
    PUTNAM-HIDALGO, BETTS NONPARTISAN 46713

    LD 10 House:

    ENGEL, KIRSTEN DEMOCRATIC 43044
    CLODFELTER, TODD REPUBLICAN 43001
    MACH, STEFANIE DEMOCRATIC 42432

  5. UPDATE Nov. 10 on LD 10 House race:

    Clodfelter 40,011
    Engel 40,350
    Mach 39, 831

    Incumbent Mach is now 180 votes behind Clodfelter. Stay tuned for tomorrow’s count.

    As for TUSD Governing Board, Rachael Sedgwick still ahead of Betts Putnam-Hidalgo by 833 votes.

    STEGEMAN, MARK NONPARTISAN 50698
    FOSTER, KRISTEL ANN NONPARTISAN 47545
    SEDGWICK, RACHAEL NONPARTISAN 43938
    PUTNAM-HIDALGO, BETTS NONPARTISAN 43105

  6. UPDATE: LD 10 House race today. Clodfelter (R) ahead of incumbent Stefanie Mach (D) by 230 votes.:

    ENGEL, KIRSTEN DEMOCRATIC 38073
    CLODFELTER, TODD REPUBLICAN 37843
    MACH, STEFANIE DEMOCRATIC 37613

  7. Well, that was a stunningly mediocre performance. Time to evaluate and rebuild for next time.

    • Carolyn Classen

      I think the Democratic Party did not realize the strength of
      Republican Donald Trump, nor the dislike of “insider” Hillary Clinton, former First Lady, U.S. Senator, Secretary of State. And many disliked her husband former US President Bill Clinton, who was almost impeached.

      Stay tuned for counting of provisional ballots for close races: LD 2 House, LD 10 House (within 50 votes for automatic recount), TUSD School Board.

      Congratulations to our fellow Blog for Arizona blogger Pam Powers Hannley for her victory in LD 9 House.

      • More referring to my own race in this case. Was hoping to get at least 10,000 – 12,000 votes. Oh well, need to re-evaluate and have a stronger game plan for 2018.

        • Carolyn Classen

          Edward, difficult to win a lot of votes as a Green Party candidate, as the two party system is very strong in America. Good luck in the future.

          • Carolyn Classen

            Edward, your count has increased to 8562 votes, and they’re still counting provisionals.

          • Appreciate the good luck for 2018.

            I am curious when the official canvass comes out, to see exactly what happened with the number of ballots cast in that race.

            It seems just by looking at the numbers compared with 2018 that about half those votes were from voters who didn’t want to vote Democrat (either Independents, third-party supporters, and a few Republicans) and were just going to either leave the ballot blank or write in Scrooge McDuck otherwise, and about half my votes came from people who voted affirmatively for Dr. Saldate in 2012 but switched this time (down from 31,000 votes in 2012 to 27,000 in 2016).

            Anyway, just musing.

        • Carolyn Classen

          Edward, in the final results of Nov. 18, you did reach 10,000 votes:

          GONZALES, SALLY ANN DEMOCRATIC 41706
          SALDATE, MACARIO DEMOCRATIC 31299
          CIZEK III, EDWARD J. “TREY” GREEN 10150

      • “And many disliked her husband former US President Bill Clinton, who was almost impeached.”

        Correction: Bill Clinton was impeached. He just wasn’t removed from office by the Senate. Big difference.

        • Carolyn Classen

          ok, I stand corrected, which is why I didn’t understand the support for his wife. I often wondered why she didn’t divorce him, and then run for President. Met many voters who said that they couldn’t image Bill Clinton back in the White House.