The vote count continues from Tuesday’s primary.
Here is the latest vote count for local, state and federal races.
All tallies are unofficial. The following vote is from all 102 precincts in the county reporting, with a total of 59,943 votes counted so far. Turnout in Pinal County appeared to be about 26 percent.
Pinal County issued the latest numbers about 12:30 p.m. Thursday and said it still has about 7,000 early ballots and 182 provisional ballots left to process. Another update is expected Friday, according to the elections office.
Six candidates are vying for three seats on Maricopa City Council.
Incumbent Nancy Smith continued to lead all candidates, followed by newcomers Bob Marsh and challenger Amber Liermann.
Nancy Smith 20.40%
Bob Marsh 19.03%
Amber Liermann 15.96%
Julia Gusse 15.76%
Andre LaFond 15.55%
Linette Caroselli 12.89%
If those percentages hold, Smith and Marsh will win outright election in the primary, and Liermann would face off with Gusse in November.
The Republican primary for Pinal County assessor, which will decide the winner of that office, has incumbent Douglas Wolf with a big lead over challenger Mike Cruz. There is no Democratic candidate.
Douglas Wolf 64.00%
Mike Cruz 35.85%
In the Democratic primary for state Senate in District 11, JoAnna Mendoza was leading Linda Patterson for the right to challenge incumbent state Sen. Vince Leach in November.
JoAnna Mendoza 57.4%
Linda Patterson 42.3%
In statewide races for federal offices, Republican U.S. Sen. Martha McSally was leading challenger Dan McCarthy among Pinal County voters and statewide.
Martha McSally 75.8%
Dan McCarthy 24.2%
Two primary races were underway for the U.S. House seat in District 1. Democratic incumbent congressman Tom O’Halleran has a comfortable lead over challenger Eva Putzova among Pinal County voters as well as statewide. In the Republican race, challenger Tiffany Shedd is leading challenger Nolan Reidhead.
Tom O’Halleran 58.9%
Eva Putzova 41.1%
Tiffany Shedd 54.4%
Nolan Reidhead 45.6%