Republican Mark Lamb has had a consistent margin over Democrat Kaye Dickson all night.

Mark Lamb has maintained a big lead over his Democratic rival in his campaign to become the next sheriff of Pinal County.

A Republican in a heavily Republican county, Lamb has 56 percent of the vote to Kaye Dickson’s 44 percent in the early vote count.

The current sheriff, Paul Babeu, is not having the same level of support in the District 1 Congressional race. With 73 percent of the statewide vote in, Democrat Tom O’Halleran of Sedona leads with 50 percent of the vote. Even in Pinal County, O’Halleran led during the early hours of the vote count, with Babeu only moving past him late in the night.

County voters have overwhelmingly gone for Donald Trump for president (56 percent) and John McCain as U.S. senator (55 percent).

Arizona Early Results (73% reporting)

President
Donald Trump 840,036 – 49.4%
Hillary Clinton 776,377 – 45.66%
Gary Johnson 64,326 – 3.78%
Jill Stein 19,569 – 1.15%

U.S. Senate
John McCain 892,734 – 53.10%
Ann Kirkpatrick 696,325– 43.41%
Gary Swing 92,313 – 5.49%

U.S. Congress District 1
Paul Babeu 74,332 – 44.18%
Tom O’Halleran 84,479 – 50.21%
Ray Parrish 9,449 – 5.62%

Prop 205 (legalized recreational marijuana)
Yes 804,725 – 47.76%
No 880,353 – 52.24%

Prop 206 (minimum wage)
Yes 994,303 – 59.38%
No 680,234 – 40.62%

State Senate District 11
Steve Smith 36,335 – 58.07%
Ralph Atchue 26,238 – 41.93%

State House District 11 (elect 2)
Mark Finchem 32,677 – 35.89%
Corin Hammond 27,588 – 30.30%
Vince Leach 30,780 – 33.81%

Pinal County Sheriff
Mark Lamb 33,333
Kaye Dickson 25,674

Pinal County Assessor
Douglas Wolf 33,721 – 59%
Jacqueline Minto 23,648 – 41%

Maricopa City Council (elect 2)
Julia Gusse 2,051
Marvin Brown 1,900
Dan Frank 1,690
Bridger Kimball 1,482

Prop 415 (Maricopa General Plan)
Yes 3,593 – 81%
No 848 – 19%

MUSD Override
Yes 2,276 – 49%
No 2,372 – 51%

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