Democrats celebrate in Phoenix when it's announced they regained control of the U.S. House of Representatives.EXPAND
Democrats celebrate in Phoenix when it's announced they regained control of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Benjamin Leatherman

Update: Arizona Election 2018: Who Won, Who Lost, What's Too Close Too Call

Update: Here are the latest totals in major Arizona races as of 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 13, according to the Secretary of State's office. Kyrsten Sinema and Kathy Hoffman have won their respective races, and Katie Hobbs continues to lead Steve Gaynor for the secretary of state race. Winners were called by the Associated Press.

FEDERAL RACES

SENATE
Kyrsten Sinema (D) — 1,107,208 votes, 49.68 percent
Martha McSally (R) —1,068,913, 47.96 percent
Angela Green (G) — 52,721  2.37 percent

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 1
Tom O'Halleran (D) (won) — 139,229 votes, 53.8 percent
Wendy Rogers (R) — 119,418 votes, 46.2 percent

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 2
Ann Kirkpatrick (D) (won) — 152,514 votes, 54.4 percent
Lea Marquez Peterson (R) — 127,796 votes, 45.6 percent

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 3
Raúl Grijalva (D) (won) — 105,346 votes, 63.4 percent
Nicolas "Nick" Pierson (R) — 60,796 votes, 36.6 percent

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 4
Paul Gosar (R) (won) — 185,201 votes, 68.2 percent
David Brill (D) — 82,668 votes, 30.5 percent

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 5
Andy Biggs (R) (won) — 170,741 votes, 59.4 percent
Joan Greene (D) — 116,584 votes, 40.6 percent

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 6
David Schweikert (R) (won) — 159,955 votes, 55.3 percent
Anita Malik (D) — 129,141 votes, 44.7 percent

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 7
Ruben Gallego (D) (won) — 100,995 votes, 85.7 percent
Gary Swing (G) — 16,855 votes, 14.3 percent

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 8
Debbie Lesko (R) (won) — 156,175 votes, 55.6 percent
Hiral Tipirneni (D) — 124,801 votes, 44.4 percent

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 9
Greg Stanton (D) (won) —144,112 votes, 60.9 percent
Stephen Ferrara (R) — 92,668 votes, 39.1 percent

STATE RACES

GOVERNOR
Doug Ducey (R) (won) — 1,252,528 votes, 56.4 percent
David Garcia (D) — 922,917 votes, 41.5 percent

SECRETARY OF STATE
Katie Hobbs (D) — 1,093,034 votes, 50.1 percent
Steve Gaynor (R)  — 1,087,747 votes, 49.9 percent

ATTORNEY GENERAL
Mark Brnovich (R) (won) — 1,129,989 votes, 52 percent
January Contreras (D) — 1,041,090 votes, 48 percent

STATE TREASURER
Kimberly Yee (R) (won) — 1,173,652 votes, 54.6 percent
Mark Manoil (D) — 977,317 votes, 45.4 percent

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Kathy Hoffman (D) — 1,101,683 votes, 51.3 percent
Frank Riggs (R) — 1,047,561 votes, 48.7 percent

STATE MINE INSPECTOR
Joe Hart (R) (won) — 1,098,590 votes, 52 percent
William "Bill" Pierce (D) — 1,012,157 votes, 48 percent

CORPORATION COMMISSION (2 seats)

Sandra Kennedy (D) — 1,001,972 votes, 25.58 percent
Justin Olson (R)  — 991,667 votes, 25.32 percent
Rodney Glassman (R)  — 987,346, 25.21 percent
Kiana Sears (D) –– 935,835, 23.89 percent

STATEWIDE BALLOT ISSUES

PROP 125 (passed): Would permit the state to adjust certain benefits in the corrections officers' and elected officials' retirement system to alleviate pension underfunding.

Yes - 1,056,685 votes, 51.74 percent
No - 985,783 votes, 48.26 percent

PROP 126 (passed): Would prohibit the state and each county, city, town, district, or other political subdivision in Arizona from imposing a new or increased tax on services that was not already in effect on December 31, 2017.

Yes - 1,346,029 votes, 64.22 percent
No - 749,885 votes, 35.78 percent

PROP 127 (failed): Would replace Arizona's current plan for increasing renewable energy use. It would implement a new mandate requiring nongovernmental electric utilities to increase the portion of their retail energy sales generated from renewable energy resources to 50 percent by 2030.

No - 1,484,046 votes, 68.9 percent
Yes - 670,103 votes, 31.1 percent

PROP 305 (failed): Would expand eligibility for education Empowerment Scholarship Accounts program.

No - 1,366,959 votes, 65.1 percent
Yes - 733,555 votes, 34.9 percent

PROP 306 (passed): The law would  prohibit candidates who finance their politcal campaigns with public funding from the citizens clean elections commission from transferring any campaign money to political parties or private tax-exempt groups that try to influence elections.

Yes - 1,166,871 votes, 56.19 percent
No - 909,639 votes, 43.81 percent

PHOENIX MAYOR
Kate Gallego – 152,843 votes, 45 percent*
Daniel Valenzuela – 90,266 votes, 26 percent*

Moses Sanchez – 64,062 votes, 19 percent
Nicholas Sarwark – 35,993 votes, 11 percent
*will face each other in run-off election

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