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Governor's race: Napolitano re-elected (access required)

Democrat Governor Napolitano has won re-election to a second term. With 51 percent of precincts reporting, Napolitano holds a 62.8 percent to 35.2 percent lead over Republican Len Munsil, with strong wins in Maricopa and Pima counties. Libertarian Barry Hess ...

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Arizona Senate preview (access required)

District 1 Tom O’Halleran, Republican Josephine Kelleher, Democrat This is a race to replace Senate President Ken Bennett, moreover one to hold serve on the number of moderates in the upper chamber since Toni Hellon lost her primary election. O’Halleran, ...

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U.S. Senate: Kyl declares victory (access required)

Republican Senator John Kyl has delivered a victory speech and Jim Pederson, his Democratic challenger has conceded defeat. With 86.3 percent of precincts reporting, Mr. Kyl has 52.4 percent of the vote, compared to Mr. Pederson’s 44.3 percent, according to ...

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Alvarez, Burns win in District 25 (access required)

Arizona Capitol Times is reporting that Manny Alvarez and Jennifer Burns have been reelected to the House of Representatives. With about 93 percent of the vote counted, Mr. Alvarez, a Democrat, has received 26.9 percent of the vote. Incumbent Republican ...

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Mitchell beats Hayworth for Congressional seat (access required)

Democratic challenger Harry Mitchell has a sizeable lead over incumbent J.D. Hayworth, but the Republican is not conceding defeat just yet. Brian Hummell, a spokesman for Mr. Hayworth, said there still could be thousands of uncounted provisional ballots and the ...

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Giffords leads in Congressional District 8 race (access required)

Early reports indicate Democratic former state representative and senator Gabrielle Giffords is leading Republican challenger Randy Graf in the race for the Congressional District 8 House seat. With 45.1 percent of precincts reporting Ms. Giffords has received 55.7 percent of ...

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Eminent Domain passes (access required)

An initiative to stop government from using powers of eminent domain to assist economic development and require private property owners receive compensation for government land-use actions that negatively affect their property values is showing strong voter support. With 92 percent ...

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