Unofficial Primary Election Results

The unofficial results from yesterday's August 30th primary election can be found below. We've included all of the races in Pinal County, the Legislative districts & Congressional District that San Tan Valley is in as well as US Senate & Arizona Corporation Commission.
An email sent from Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles has caused a bit of an uproar and warranted a response from Superior Court Judge McCarville.  
State law requires that in order for the presidential nominee to appear on the ballot, the state party chairman must submit its presidential electors’ nomination papers to the Secretary of State’s office at least 90 days before the primary election. Arizona’s Green Party failed to submit its presidential electors’ by the June 1st deadline.
Retired Superior Court Judge and former Chandler Mayor Boyd Dunn announced that he is running for Arizona Corporation Commission.
This morning Chairman Robert Graham of the Arizona Republican Party announced that based on the results of the March 22 Presidential Preference Election and the successful completion of the April 30 Republican State Convention, he is fully supporting Donald Trump as the party’s nominee for President of the United States.
Only days after announcing that he was running for Pinal County Sheriff, Kevin Cavanaugh has pulled out of the race and thrown his support behind Mark Lamb.
Kevin Cavanaugh, a Maricopa County criminal investigator, has announced his candidacy for Pinal County Sheriff. Kevin, bringing with him 30 years of both law enforcement and business experience, will be running as a Republican.
For the Republican candidates for president, it was a glimpse of what could have been. Front-runner Donald Trump's boycott of the final debate before the Iowa caucuses created space for his rivals to delve more deeply into their differences on immigration, foreign policy and their approach to governing.
Governor Doug Ducey has appointed former House Speaker Andy Tobin to fill a vacancy on the Arizona Corporation Commission. That vacancy was left by Arizona Corporation Commissioner Susan Bitter Smith. Bitter Smith, accused of having a conflict of interest for allegedly lobbying for companies the commission regulates, announced earlier this month that she will resign effective Jan. 4.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's call to block Muslims from entering the United States is being met with a chorus of near-universal condemnation from across the country and around the globe.
In all my years as a public servant I have never seen public cynicism of elected leaders so feverish as it is today. And quite honestly, I can understand why people view politicians with a jaundiced eye.
Potential violations of Arizona campaign finance laws may have occurred with the Paul Babeu for Sheriff Committee and involve the campaigns of Lando Voyles and Cheryl Chase.  A complaint asking for investigation was filed this morning with the Pinal County Attorney’s office, in accordance with Arizona law.
Has $235,072 cash on hand for Congressional campaign Sheriff Paul Babeu today announced his fundraising totals for the first 68 days of his campaign for Congress, which included Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Eve and ended January 1st, 2012. While in the exploratory phase, without a single fundraising event, and without a final Congressional district, Sheriff Babeu raised $263,302 from 1,100 donors. This represents an estimated 300 new donors. The Sheriff has over 8,000 unique donors, meaning a significant reservoir of support not yet tapped for the Congressional race.
The Republican-controlled Arizona Legislature wants a federal court to immediately block use of congressional district maps created by the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission. The Legislature led by Senate President Andy Biggs and House Speaker Andy Tobin sued in June 2012. Their lawyers asked for a preliminary injunction in a filing Friday.
On Friday and Saturday, November 15-16, 2013, The Pinal County Democratic Party will host the Arizona Democratic Party’s quarterly State Committee meeting in Maricopa, AZ at the Maricopa High School. As a part of the weekend activities, The Pinal County Democrats will also be holding a fund raising activity saluting “Women Who Rock”.
Believe it or not, the 2014 campaign cycle will soon be here.  Secretary of State Ken Bennett will be hosting a Campaign Finance Seminar on Thursday, December 12, from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. The seminar will take place at Pinal County's renovated 1891 Courthouse, 135 North Pinal Street, inside the Ironwood Conference Room. 

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