editor note: I'll be updating these figures as result get released, generally every morning through Monday.
As of Saturday morning these are the reported results. About 83% of ballots counted with almost a 370k left to count, 265k of those in Maricopa County. It is likely that there won't be a definitive announcement until Monday or Tuesday.
US Senator Mark Kelly and Arizona Secretary of State Fontes have been declared unofficial winners. The governor and attorney general races are too close to call.
Of 15 Arizona counties, 10 voted for Masters
Some early takeaways…
The general election voter registration numbers for Cochise County are:
19, 423 Democrat
26, 959 Independent
77, 394 Total registered 2022 general election
The general election voter registration numbers Statewide:
4,143,929 Total registered 2022 general election
Looking at the registration stats for Cochise County, 40% of county voters are registered Republican, 34% Independent, and 25% Democrats. Since Republican candidates are winning by roughly 15% over Democrats, it looks as if Independents spit their votes, although that remains to be seen. Republicans are winning all offices save LD21 and CD 6.
State Totals as of 9am Saturday 11/12.
County Totals as of noon 11/11
Exit polls as of 4 pm Thursday/NBS
Kelly has a 124,000 vote lead over Masters
Cochise County vote 54.6% for Masters, 42.5% Kelly
55% female/43% male voted for Kelly
46% male/50%/female voted for Masters
58% latino/Kelly 40% latino/Masters
18-29 76%/Kelly 20% Masters
30-34 58% Kelly 37% Masters
45-64 44% Kelly 53% Masters
65+ 46% Kelly 52% Masters
58% Kelly/41% Masters college graduate
47% Kelly/49% Masters no college degree
Hobbs has a 31,000 vote lead on Lake
Cochise County vote 58.3% for Lake, 40.3% Hobbs
54% female/45% male voted for Hobbs
54%male/45%/female voted for Lake
51% latino/Hobbes 47% latino/Lake
18-29 71%/Hobbs 29% Lake
30-34 52% Hobbs 45% Lake
45-64 43% Hobbs 55% Lake
65+ 46% Hobbs 52% Lake
57% Hobbs/42% Lake college graduate
44% Hobbs/54% Lake no college degree
SECRETARY OF STATE
Statewide Fontes has a 118,000 vote lead over Finchem
Cochise County vote 57.0% for Finchem, 40.9% Fontes
54% female/49% male voted for Fontes
49 % male/44%/female voted for Finchem
58% latino/Fontes 42% latino/Finchem
18-29 72%/Fontes 24% Finchem
30-34 56% Fontes 42% Finchem
45-64 44% Fontes 54% Finchem
65+ 50% Fontes 49% Finchem
58% Fontes/41% Finchem college graduate
48% Fontes/50% Finchem no college degree
Kris Mayes leads Abe Hamadeh by 19,000 votes
Cochise County vote 58.7% for Hamadeh, 39.0% Mayes
SECRETARY OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Hoffman leads Horne by about 6600 votes
Cochise County vote 59.7% for Horne, 38.8% Hoffman
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 6
Ciscomani (R) leads Engle (D) by about 3000 votes
State Senator Dist. 21
Rosanna Gabaldon (D) 59.2%
State Representatives Dist. 21
Consuelo Hernandez (D)
Stephanie Stahl Hamilton (D)
128 FAIL about 63.9% No votes against.
(Cochise County 60.2% No, 35.4% Yes)
This was a constitutional amendment that would allow lawmakers to bypass the Voter Protection Act to amend or repeal any ballot measure with any illegal or unconstitutional language.
129 PASS about 54.8% for 45.1% against
(Cochise County 57.7% Yes, 38.5% No)
limit initiatives to a single subject and require each provision be represented in the title.
130 PASS about 63% for 36% against
(Cochise County 60.7% Yes, 34.9% No)
Amend the state Constitution to allow lawmakers to provide a property tax cut for veterans with disabilities.
131 PASS about 55% for, 33% against
(Cochise County 52.5% Yes, 43.6% No)
Amend the state Constitution to create the position of lieutenant governor. Candidates would run as a team with gubernatorial candidates, like the vice president.
132 TOO CLOSE Yes leads by about 22,000 votes
(Cochise County 54.6% Yes, 41.6% No)
Amends the state Constitution to require a 60% vote to increase taxes at the ballot.
209 YES 72% for, 27% against
(Cochise County 70.5% Yes, 26.3% No)
Makes changes to state statutes on wage garnishment debt collection. It limits the interest rate on medical debt to 3%. It would protect more equity in homes, vehicles, household goods and bank accounts from being taken by creditors. It also limits the amount that can be garnished from your wages to pay off debts.
211 YES 72% for, 27% against.
(Cochise County 69.7% Yes, 26.5% No)
Dark money reporting….Require political groups and people spending more than $50,000 to influence the outcome of an election to disclose the original donor of contributions over $5,000. It would also require real-time reporting of significant campaign spending, and allow the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission to enforce the provisions of Prop 211.
308 TOO CLOSE yes is 40,000 votes up
(Cochise County 57.5% No, 39.6% Yes,)
Allows all Arizona students, regardless of immigration status, to be eligible for financial aid and in-state tuition at Arizona universities and community colleges.
309 TOO CLOSE no is up about 38,000 votes
(Cochise County 55.3% Yes, 41.7% No)
Require voters who vote in person to show a photo ID, instead of multiple pieces of certain mail, like bank statements.
310 NO (but close) no is up about 65,000 votes
(Cochise County 50.4% N , 46.4% Yes,)
Would increase sales taxes by a tenth of a penny on the dollar to fund rural fire districts.
420 NO will not establish an AMA for Wilcox basin
(Cochise County 60.9% No, 37.5% Yes,)
421 YES a 1% sales tax in Bisbee. Replaces on that sunsets
Yes 70.4% 25.8% No
422 YES establishes an AMA for the Douglas basin
(Cochise County 52.8% Yes, 43.8% No)
Bisbee School Override YES
65.1 Yes, 29.4 No