TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - Election Day may be over, but some races were just too close to call as of Thursday morning.
Below are key races and propositions for southern Arizona. You can get all the results at https://www.kold.com/politics/election-results/
- President: Donald Trump-R (Incumbent) vs. Joe Biden-D. The Associated Press reported Biden has won the state of Arizona. As of 5:30 a.m. Friday, Biden was leading in the Electoral College 253-213. A candidate needs 270 to win.
- U.S. Senate: Mark Kelly-D defeated Martha McSally-R.
- U.S. House District 1: Tom O’Halleran-D (Incumbent) vs. Tiffany Shedd-R. As of 5:30 a.m. Friday, O’Halleran was leading with 52% of the vote.
- U.S. House District 2: Ann Kirkpatrick-D defeated Brandon Martin-R.
- U.S. House District 3: Raul Grijalva-D defeated Daniel Wood-R.
- Pima County Sheriff: Chris Nanos-D defeated Mark Napier-R (Incumbent).
- Tucson Unified Governing Board: Ravi Grivois-Shah, Natalie Luna Rose, Joe Pierson, Adam Ragan, Sadie Shaw and Cindy Winston ran. As of 5:30 a.m. Friday, Rose (24%), Shaw (18%) and Grivois-Shaw (17%) were leading with Ragan (16%) closely behind.
- Prop. 207: Voters approved the measure with 64% of the vote. It will legalize recreational possession and use of marijuana in Arizona.
- Prop. 208: Voters approved the measure with 52% of the vote. It will increase tax on incomes greater than $250,000 to help pay for teacher salaries and schools in Arizona.
- Prop. 481: Voters approved the measure with 70% of the vote. It will increase the base factor of the annual spending limit for Pima Community College by $11.48 million, meaning the college could spend more on operations costs.