Posted 10:13 AM 11/10/2012 by Scott Oathout
TUCSON- The race for the 2nd Congressional District in southern Arizona continues to stay neck and neck.
The latest polls Saturday morning show Republican Martha McSally having a 36 vote lead over Democrat Ron Barber.
Thousands of ballots still need to be counted.
Posted 7:03 PM 11/9/2012
PHOENIX (AP) - The back and forth ballot count continues for Congressional District 2 and has now swung in favor of Republican Martha McSally.
New numbers released Friday evening have McSally holding a 36 vote lead over Rep. Ron Barber.
The hand-picked successor to former Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords spent most of the day ahead of McSally for the 2nd Congressional District.
As recently as Friday afternoon, Democrat Ron Barber led by about 600 votes.
Posted 2:29 PM 11/9/2012 by Robby Messer
PHOENIX (AP) - The back and forth ballot count continues for Congressional District 2.
The hand-picked successor to former Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has, for now, pulled ahead of his Republican 2nd Congressional District challenger as votes continue to be tallied from Tuesday's election.
According to new votes released Friday afternoon, Democrat Ron Barber leads Republican Martha McSally by about 600 votes.
Posted 10:49 AM 11/9/2012
PHOENIX (AP) - The hand-picked successor to former Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is now nearly even with his Republican 2nd Congressional District challenger as votes continue to be tallied from Tuesday's election. Democrat Ron Barber trailed Republican Martha McSally by just 81 (More)
Posted 3:55 PM 11/8/2012
TUCSON - If you cast a "conditional provisional" ballot on Election Day Tuesday due to insufficient identification, you have until the end of Wednesday, November 14 to return to the county elections office with proper ID.
According to Secretary of State Ken Bennett, there are an estimated (More)
Posted 6:42 AM 11/8/2012 by Swetha Iyengar
TUCSON - Mark Napier, the Republican candidate who ran for Pima County Sheriff is no longer conceding to incumbent Sheriff Clarence Dupnik.
Napier told News Four Tucson that the Pima County Recorder's Office still has several thousand ballots that have yet to be counted, and until that is done he is still in the race.
Napier originally conceded the race yesterday.
News Four Tucson has reached out to Sheriff Dupnik for a comment and we yet to hear back.
Posted 5:09 PM 11/7/2012 by Nathan O'Neal
TUCSON - The polls are closed and the votes are in, but several thousand early and provisional ballots in Pima County still need to be counted.
When the polls closed Tuesday night, the final votes were in and the work began counting ballots-and they're still counting.
Posted 4:17 PM 11/7/2012 by Lorraine Rivera
COCHISE COUNTY - Residents of Cochise County elected a new sheriff Tuesday. Mark Dannels will replace the late Larry Dever. Dever, the sheriff for 16 years, was killed earlier this fall in a drunk driving accident. Dannels was the only candidate on the ballot, he beat write-in (More) • Video (1)
Posted 3:11 PM 11/7/2012 by Associated Press
PHOENIX (AP) - Former Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick has defeated former Republican state lawmaker Jonathan Paton to win Arizona's 1st Congressional District seat. Kirkpatrick had enough of a lead Wednesday for The Associated Press to declare her the winner. The race had (More)
Posted 10:34 AM 11/7/2012 by Associated Press
PHOENIX - Arizona's three competitive congressional races remain too close to call as ballot counting continued in a process that could take days. The most surprising race was in Tucson's 2nd District. That's where Republican political novice Martha McSally was holding a slight lead (More)
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