Update: Pearce Is Toast, Sinema on Top by a Bunch, Quayle Concedes to Schweikert
Russell Pearce's political career is likely toast with Bob Worsley maintaining an huge lead over the recalled state senator who was making a bid for reelection in another Arizona senate district.
Kyrsten Sinema also succeeded in fending off challengers David Schapira and Andrei Cherny in Congressional District 9. And David Schweikert had a commanding lead over Ben Quayle in CD6.
Russell Pearce Skunked by Bob Worsley in LD 25 Republican PrimaryFor recalled, disgraced two-time loser, former state Senate President Russell Pearce, there are no more excuses. Read the full story.
Wil Cardon Officially Spent Millions of Dollars to Get His Ass Handed to Him by Jeff FlakeAs expected, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Wil Cardon spent millions of dollars of his own money for Congressman Jeff Flake to give him a ballot-box ass-whupping. Read the full story.
Additional results with nearly 100 percent of precincts reporting.
State Senator, Legislative District 25 - Russell Pearce vs. Bob Worsley (GOP)
BOB WORSLEY - 12,789 - 55.82%
RUSSELL PEARCE - 10,086 - 44.02%
Congressional District 9 - Andrei Cherny, David Schapira, Kyrsten Sinema (DEM)
KYRSTEN SINEMA - 12,329 - 41%
DAVID SCHAPIRA - 7,817 - 30%
ANDREI CHERNY - 6,904 - 27%
Congressional District 6 - Ben Quayle versus David Schweikert (GOP)
DAVID SCHWEIKERT - 33,259 - 52%
BEN QUAYLE - 29,840 - 47%
U.S. Representative Jeff Flake has a commanding lead to replace retiring Senator Jon Kyl. Here's the breakdown:
JEFF FLAKE - 289,743 - 69%
WIL CARDON - 88,746 - 20.70%
Democrtic Maricopa County Sheriff's race:
PAUL PENZONE - 72805 - 68%
JOHN ROWAN - 33617 - 31%
Republican Pinal County Sheriff's race:
Incumbent Paul Babeu had a huge lead over GOP challengers, with more than 62 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results. See the full report on Babeu's reelection bid.
Stay tuned for more details as they come available.
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