Election 2020

Results come in for Maricopa County, Arizona

Posted 11/3/20

Arizona  voters  finished p unearly a month of voting on Tuesday with plenty at stake  in local, state and national races.

With a senate seat at stake between incumbent Republican …

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Election 2020

Results come in for Maricopa County, Arizona

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Arizona  voters  finished up nearly a month of voting on Tuesday with plenty at stake  in local, state and national races.

With a senate seat at stake between incumbent Republican Sen. Martha McSally and  Democrat Mark Kelly, poll watchers were keeping a watchful eye across the state for results.

For those major state and federal races, including propositions on legalizing adult use of marijuana and a tax charge to raise money for education, as well as the presidential results, click here.

There were also plenty of local races, from mayoral and council contests in Scottsdale to school district elections across the Valley. For a look at those races at the Maricopa County level, click here.

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