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Local Election Results Provide Direction but No Final Answers Featured

Current results are still undetermined.

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  • Supervisor races are pretty much settled
  • We are still waiting the results for the Presidential race
  • Yavapai County state legislators are pretty solid
  • There are still hundreds of thousands of outstanding ballots in the state
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Here are the initial results!

In Yavapai County, there are still thousands more outstanding ballots to count. So, the numbers noted below will definitely change in the upcoming week.

While we may not know the result of the Presidential election yet, we do know what many of the local election results are.

Starting with the State Legislature, District 1 State Senator Karen Fann tallied 85,843 (70.3%) votes, easily winning her seat. There is also doubt about whether her opponent meets residency requirements, although the question is moot, due to Fann’s overwhelming victory.

District 1 State Representatives also have a commanding lead over their nearest opponent. Judy Burges has a current tally of 74,696 (39.71%), Quang Nguyen has 70,774 (37.62%) votes and Judy Stahl follows with 42,656 (22.67%) votes. 

The Corporation Commission results are mixed as far as political affiliation, although the race is tight and, considering the outstanding ballots, could change: 

Anna Tovar (D) 1,202,307 (18.19%)
Lea Marquez Peterson ®  1,108,063 (16.76%)
James O’Connor ® 1,093,960 (16.55%)
William Mundell (D) 1,089,909 (16.49%)

District 1 Supervisor:

Harry Oberg (R) 16,423 (60.21%)
John Lutes (D) 10,853 (39.79%)

District 2 Supervisor: 

James Gregory (R) 18,704 (100%) - unopposed

District 3 Supervisor: 

Donna Michaels (D) 12,128 (52.06%) 
Randy Garrison (R) 11,170 (47.94%)

District 4, Supervisor: 

Craig Brown (R) 20,428 (77.66%)
Rand Armstrong (LBT) 5,876 (22.34%)

District 5, Supervisor:

Mary Mallory (R) 19,792 (100%) - unopposed

Chino Valley Council (select 1) 

This race is very competitive, and has the potential to change.

Eric Granillo 2,781 (50.32%)
Gina Pecoraro 2,746 (49.68%)

Town of Prescott Valley Council Member (select 2)

Brenda Dickinson 10,927 (30.69%)
Roger Kissinger 9,617 (27.01%)
Marty Grossman 7870 (22.11%)
David Dohm 7186 (20.19%)

Prescott Unified School District Board

John Mackin 18,975 (27.28%)
Kara Woods 17,797 (25.58%)
Andy Fraher 16,772 (16,772)
Hilary Cannizzaro 16,020 (23.03%)

Proposition 207 (legalized marijuana possession)

Yes: 1,596,548 (59.85%)
No: 1,071,255 (40.15%)

Proposition 208 (tax increase on the 'wealthy')

Yes: 1,395,128 (52.59%)
No: 1,259,272 (47.44%)

 

 

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Last modified on Wednesday, 04 November 2020 12:08
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Lynne LaMaster

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