ELECTION CENTRAL: Martha McSally advances, will battle Mark Kelly for Senate seat in November

Complete results for all southern Arizona races can be found in this story

Primary Elections result coverage

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - The polls for Arizona’s primary election closed at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4.

The major races for southern Arizona are listed below. You can check out all the results by CLICKING HERE. On that page, you can choose which area you want to read about by clicking on the drop down menu at the top.

Winners move on to the general election, which is set for Tuesday, Nov. 3.

Some results will be updated after official confirmation in the next few days.

There are some races where a candidate ran unopposed. In those cases, the candidate either automatically moved on the general election or won the seat.


MAJOR RACES

U.S. Senate

  • Democratic: Mark Kelly ran unopposed and moved on to the general election.
  • Republican: Martha McSally defeated Daniel McCarthy and moved on to the general election.

U.S. Congressional District 1

  • Democratic: Tom O’Halleran defeated Eva Putzova and moved on to the general election.
  • Republican: Tiffany Shedd defeated Nolan Reidhead and moved on to the general election.

U.S. Congressional District 2

  • Democratic: Ann Kirkpatrick defeated Peter Quilter and moved on to the general election.
  • Republican: Brandon Martin defeated Joseph Morgan and Noran Eric Ruden and moved on to the general election.

U.S. Congressional District 3

  • Democratic: Raul Grijalva ran unopposed and moved on to the general election.
  • Republican: Daniel Wood ran unopposed and moved on to the general election.

Pima County Board of Supervisors District 1

  • Democratic: Rex Scott defeated Brian Radford and moved on to the general election.
  • Republican: Steve Spain defeated Bill Beard, Rhonda Pina and Vic Williams and moved on to the general election.

Pima County Board of Supervisors District 2

  • Democratic: Matt Heinz defeated Richard Hernandez and Ramón O. Valadez and moved on to the general election.
  • Republican: Anthony Sizer ran unopposed and moved on to the general election.

Pima County Board of Supervisors District 3

  • Democratic: Sharon Bronson defeated Juan Francisco Padrés and moved on to the general election.
  • Republican: Gabby Saucedo Mercer ran unopposed and moved up to the general election.

Pima County Board of Supervisors District 4

  • Democratic: Steve Diamond ran unopposed and moved on to the general election.
  • Republican: Steve Christy defeated John Backer and moved on to the general election.

Pima County Board of Supervisors District 5

  • Democratic: Adelita Grijalva defeated Consuelo Hernandez and moved on to the general election.
  • Republican: Fernando Gonzales ran unopposed and moved on to the general election.

Pima County Attorney

  • Democratic: Laura Conover defeated Mark Diebolt and Jonathan Mosher and should win the seat as long as no one qualified as a write-in candidate.
  • Republican: No candidate filed.

Pima County Sheriff

  • Democratic: Chris Nanos defeated Kevin Kubitskey and moved on to the general election.
  • Republican: Mark Napier ran unopposed and moved on to the general election.

Pima County Recorder

  • Democratic: Gabriella Cázares-Kelly defeated Kim Challender and moved on to the general election.
  • Republican: Benny White ran unopposed and moved on to the general election.

Pima County Treasurer

  • Democratic: Brian Bickel ran unopposed and moved on to the general election.
  • Republican: Beth Ford ran unopposed and moved on to the general election.

Pima County Assessor

  • Democratic: Suzanne Droubie defeated Brian Johnson and Dustin Walters and moved on to the general election.
  • Republican: No candidate filed.

Pima County Superintendent of Schools

  • Democratic: Dustin Williams ran unopposed and should retain the seat as long as no one qualified as a write-in candidate.
  • Republican: No candidate filed.

Propositions

  • PROP 478 (MARANA): The proposition to adopt the town’s General Plan to 2040 passed.
  • PROP 479 (MARANA): The proposition about home rule/alternative expenditure limitation passed.
  • PROP 480 (ORO VALLEY): The proposition about a Permanent Base Adjustment to the Town of Oro Valley’s expenditure limitation passed.

Oro Valley Town Council (no more than three)

  • Steve Solomon, Harry L. Greene II and Tim Bohen defeated Bill Garner and Bill Rodman.

Marana Mayor

  • Ed Honea ran unopposed and should retain the seat.

Marana Town Council (no more than two)

  • Jackie Craig and Roxanne Ziegler defeated Dave Bowen.

South Tucson City Council (no more than four)

  • Paul Diaz, Herman Lopez, Rita Rogers and Anita Romero won.

Sahuarita Town Council Four-Year Term (no more than four)

  • Melissa Hicks, Gil Lusk, Bill Bracco and Simon Davis defeated John Malott and Teddy Teso.

Sahuarita Town Council Two-Year Term (no more than one)

  • Deborah Morales defeated Ryan Huber and will claim the seat as long as no one qualified as a write-in candidate.

General Election

The general election is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 3.

A large majority of southern Arizona residents will receive their ballot in the mail. If you don’t get one or aren’t sure where your voting precinct is, the Pima County Recorder’s Office makes it easy to find the nearest polling place online in time to get your vote counted.

To find your polling place, visit this link.

What you need

In order to be able to vote a regular ballot at the polling place, your name must be on the poll roster and you must provide one of the types of identification listed below:

  • Photographic information that includes your photograph, your name and your current address. Your name and address must reasonably match the information in the poll roster.
  • Two different forms of non-photographic identification that must contain your name and your address and this information must reasonably match the information in the poll roster.
  • A combination of photo identification and other identification. If you have a valid form of photographic identification, but the address does not match the poll roster, you may combine that information with one of the valid forms of non-photographic identification. Valid military identification or a United States passport may also be combined with a valid form of non-photographic identification.

To see the full list of what is acceptable CLICK HERE.

Poll workers will be wearing masks or shields. If you forget your mask, one can be provided for you.

Other links

Pima County Recorders Office: https://www.recorder.pima.gov/

Pima County Recorders Office Primary Election information: https://www.recorder.pima.gov/ElectionInformation

Important Dates

Oct. 5: Voter registration for Nov. 3 general election

Oct. 7: Ballots mailed. In-person voting begins

Oct. 23: Last day to request a ballot in the mail

Oct. 28: Last day to mail back your ballot

Oct. 30: Last day to vote early in person

Nov. 3: General Election

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