Arizona Eagletarian

Arizona Eagletarian

Friday, August 29, 2014

Arizona Primary results update (UPDATED 8-30-14 2:45pm MST)

From Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett's office late this afternoon,

PHOENIX – Arizona’s counties continue to tabulate ballots from the 2014 Primary Election. The following table details the ballots left to be counted, including early and provisional ballots.
State law gives the counties five business days, until the end of Wednesday, September 3, to verify and process the remaining early and provisional ballots.
Election results are unofficial until the Canvass, and by way of gentle reminder, our office does not “call”elections. A state canvass to certify official election results for federal, statewide and legislative races is scheduled for September 8.
 A chart included with the SOS letter shows estimated remaining votes to be tabulated:

In tight legislative nomination races I've been updating the last few days, here's the latest (as of 8/30/14 7:41 am):
  • For LD15 Republican House, incumbent John Allen currently leads birther David Burnell Smith by 7 32 votes.
  • For LD28 Republican House, Shawna Bolick now leads Mary Hamway by 351 390 votes.
  • For LD29 Democratic House, Martin Quezada NOW LEADS Lydia Hernandez by 44 90 votes.


For good measure, here's a screenshot of from a 12News video clip that I thought you would enjoy.

Caption: I am NOT a CROOK!*

* But Felecia Rotellini's general election opponent for Arizona Attorney General is still a Republican and still in favor of taking away women's right to self-determination over their own health and medical decisions.

UPDATED (8 am) vote tallies in the list above on the three tight races.

2:45 pm UPDATE: 12News political reporter Brahm Resnik tweeted earlier today that Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell has indicated all Maricopa County ballots have been tabulated. Therefore, the updated results shown above at 8 am today become the unofficial (until the official canvass) totals, pending recounts that may be undertaken because of close margins.

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