Republican Martha McSally has been declared the winner in Congressional Dist. 2.
Results matched earlier numbers. Next, a judge must certify the results.
Superior Court judge is scheduled to make it official Wednesday.
Time-consuming process begins Friday in mandatory recount
Mandatory recount process will take two weeks.
The Pima County Recorder’s Office is reminding Sunnyside voters who receive two ballots for the upcoming elections to keep the votes separate.
State lawmakers are free to provide special spots on voter registration forms to Democrats and Republicans that are not offered to other political parties, a federal judge has ruled.
Today is primary election day for Marana, Sahuarita and South Tucson.
About one in five ballots mailed to Marana and Sahuarita voters for the towns' primary elections has been returned with one week left until Election Day.
Poll-worker evaluations are in, and Pima County officials feel pretty good about the results.
Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez has announced an overhaul of a program that creates voter rosters as well as improvements to her office's quality-control systems.
Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett will chat live with readers today about the process of counting the early ballots and provisional ballots. Bennett also will answer questions readers have about the voting and vote-counting process.
Twenty-four percent more Pima County voters had to cast provisional ballots in this presidential election than in 2008 despite the fact significantly fewer voters went to the polls this year.
Pima County made progress Thursday on verifying and counting more of the estimated 80,000 ballots that weren't counted on Election Day.
Pima County election workers were busy counting and verifying ballots Wednesday at the elections center warehouse. Among those doing the work were, from left, Goran Petkovic, Jessica Vollman and Ron Garvin.
Thousands of provisional ballots await attention at the Pima County Elections Center warehouse.
It will take days - probably well into next week - to finish counting local ballots and make results official.
Election workers stack trays of verified early ballots at the warehouse. These ballots were collected at the polling places on Election Day.
It will take days to finish counting local ballots and make results official.
The day that Thomas Curtin began to wonder why his early ballot hadn't arrived, he received a letter from the Pima County Recorder's Office asking him to verify his signature.