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The 2020 Primary Election preliminary results are in: 

Big Idea 

  • These are only the preliminary results, these numbers are likely to change
  • The races below are the ones that are the most contested
  • More information will be provided in a later update
  • Several County offices are uncontested, including Assessor, Recorder, Sheriff, County School Superintendent, Treasurer and the winner will be chosen tonight.
  • The biggest news of the night was the large victory of Sheila Polk (68%) over David Stringer (32%)

Voter Return in Yavapai County

Registered Voters 149,903

Total Ballots Currently Processed 62,591 : 41.75%

More Ballots to Process 

According to Leslie Hoffman, at 1:30 AM, there are still

  • 13,200 Early Ballots to process
  • 177 Provisional Ballots to process 

County Attorney (Republican)

Sheila Polk currently has 68.31%

David Stringer 31.69%

Board of Supervisors (District 1 - Republican)

Sherrie Hanna 36.75%

David McNabb 14.3%

Harry Oberg 48.70%

Board of Supervisors (District 1 - Democrat)

John Lutes (unopposed)

Board of Supervisors (District 2 - Republican)

Brandi Bateman 11.2%

Bob Burress 13.95%

Wiley Cline 16.82%

James Gregory 31.52%

Tony Oliveras 5.65%

Jodi Rooney 20.86%

Board of Supervisors (District 3 - Republican)

Randall Garrison (unopposed)

Board of Supervisors (District 3 - Democrat)

Donna Michaels (unopposed)

Board of Supervisors (District 4 - Republican)

Jane Anderson 28.67%

Craig Brown 71.33%

Board of Supervisors (District 4 - Libertarian)

Rand Armstrong (unopposed)

Board of Supervisors (District 5 - Republican)

Steve Irwin 29.26%

Mary Mallory 45.33%

Brian Silvernale 25.41%

State Representative pick 2 (District 1 - Republican)

Quang Nguyen 29.87%

Judy Burges 23.64%

Selina Bliss, 21.16%

Steven Sensmeier 14.59%

Ed Cocchiola 10.74%

US Representative in Congress (District 4 - Republican)

Paul Gosar 62.8%

Anne Marie Ward 37.2%

US Representative in Congress (District 4 - Democrat)

Delina DiSanto 74.1%

Stuart Starky 25.9%

Town of Dewey-Humboldt Mayor

John Hughes 52.52%

Karen Brooks 47.48%

County Assessor (Republican)

Judd Simmons (unopposed) 

County Recorder (Republican) 

Leslie Hoffman (unopposed)

County School Superintendent (Republican)

Tim Carter (unopposed)

County Sheriff (Republican)

David Rhodes (unopposed)

County Treasurer (Republican)

Chip Davis (unopposed)

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Last modified on Monday, 10 August 2020 05:20
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