Posted 7:04 AM 11/7/2012 by Danielle Lerner
TUCSON- As of 8 a.m. Wednesday just 1,312 votes separated Martha McSally and Ron Barber in the race for Congressional District 2. McSally has a 50.28 percent lead over Barber's 49.69 percent. Neither side has conceded.
Posted 12:54 AM 11/7/2012
TUCSON - With just hundreds of votes separating the candidates, two congressional races in Southern Arizona are still too close to call.
As of 1:30 a.m. Wednesday, with 319 of 339 precincts reporting, Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick leads Republican Jonathan Paton 93,358 votes to 92,957 in the (More)
Posted 10:02 PM 11/6/2012
TUCSON - News 4 Tucson's Rebecca Taylor was at the Democratic Party Headquarters in Tucson where the news was mixed: President Obama was re-elected, but Richard Carmona fell short of the votes needed to secure the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Jon Kyl.
Andy Barr, a representative for Richard Carmona, spoke on his run for the U.S. Senate seat. Check out the video above to hear what he had to say.
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Posted 9:53 PM 11/6/2012
TUCSON - News 4 Tucson's Lupita Murillo spoke briefly to Arizona Governor Jan Brewer at the Republican watch party in downtown Phoenix, shortly after President Obama was projected as the winner in the race against presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Posted 9:45 PM 11/6/2012
TUCSON - News 4 Tucson's Sean Mooney interviewed Jonathan Paton, who currently has a narrow lead over Ann Kirkpatrick for Arizona's Congressional District 1.
Watch the video above to hear what Paton had to say.• Video (1)
Posted 8:47 PM 11/6/2012
PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona's three competitive congressional races remained too close to call in early returns, but voters in six other districts chose their representatives along the expected 4-2 party split in favor of Republicans. The new Phoenix-area 9th District, Tucson-centered 2nd (More)
Posted 8:35 PM 11/6/2012
PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona voters have rejected a ballot measure for a permanent sales tax increase. The one-cent increase would have effectively replaced a temporary sales tax increase that voters approved in 2010 amid a state budget crisis. The temporary increase expires in mid-2013. (More)
Posted 8:26 PM 11/6/2012
PHOENIX (AP) - The self-proclaimed toughest sheriff in America has won a sixth term after facing his most bruising re-election contest. Republican incumbent Joe Arpaio was challenged by Democrat Paul Penzone and independent Mike Stauffer in Maricopa County sheriff's race. (More)
Posted 8:20 PM 11/6/2012
(NBC NEWS) - President Barack Obama was projected by NBC News to win re-election to a second term, beating Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in enough swing states to secure four more years in office.
Propelled by an advantage over his Republican opponent in his (More)
Posted 8:06 PM 11/6/2012 by Associated Press
PHOENIX (AP) - Arizonans on Tuesday voted for Mitt Romney in a state that has a long history of supporting Republican presidential candidates. Democrats eyeing the presidency generally don't invest heavily in the state, which now has 11 electoral votes. Arizona has been won by (More)
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