Unofficial primary election results for Queen Creek Town Council

Posted 8/5/20

The 2020 primary election Aug. 4 included candidates for three Queen Creek Town Council seats.

Votes cast for council according to unofficial results posted at 11:36 p.m. Aug. 4 in Pinal County …

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Unofficial primary election results for Queen Creek Town Council

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The 2020 primary election Aug. 4 included candidates for three Queen Creek Town Council seats.

Votes cast for council according to unofficial results posted at 11:36 p.m. Aug. 4 in Pinal County with 100% of precincts reporting and at 1:40 a.m. Aug. 5 in Maricopa County with 90 of 99 vote centers reported, are:

  • Robin Benning, 5,108 --- 707 in Pinal County, 4,401 in Maricopa County.
  • Jeremy Benson, 3,656 --- 510 in Pinal County, 3,146 in Maricopa County.
  • Jeff Brown, 7,047 --- 910 in Pinal County, 6,137 in Maricopa County.
  • Jason Gad, 4,446 --- 703 in Pinal County, 3,743 in Maricopa County.
  • Leah Martineau, 5,534 --- 698 in Pinal County, 4,836 in Maricopa County.

If needed, a runoff election would be held at the general election Nov. 3.

Pinal County Elections Department reported Aug. 4 on Twitter that there are more than 4,250 ballots to be counted. “Pinal Elections update: 4,250 early ballots dropped at the polls; more unknown delivered in the mail or at the recorder’s office locations; 181 provisional ballots. More updates tomorrow,” the Tweet says @pinal_elections.

Maricopa County Elections Department reported Aug. 5 on Twitter that there are more than 95,000 ballots still to be counted. “Maricopa County voters dropped off 76K ballots on Election Day. We have an estimated 20K from Monday. We have 8 Vote Centers left to report and provisional ballots. Our next release of results will be after 5 p.m. today. Find the full tally at Results.Maricopa.Vote,” the Tweet says @MaricopaVote.

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