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  • Nov. 4 General Election count completed, canvass certified

    Nov 18, 2014 | Read More News
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    elections departmentPima County completed counting all of the ballots cast in the Nov. 4 General Election on Nov. 14 and the Pima County Board of Supervisors certified the election canvass at its meeting Nov. 18.

    The canvass has now been sent to the Arizona Secretary of State for certification in the statewide canvass.

    If you're looking for results of local or countywide elections such as the Pima Animal Care Center bond election or a school board race, you can find them at the county Elections Department results page.

    For statewide elections or elections in which the contested district crosses county lines, such as Congressional District 2, you can get those election results from the Secretary of State's results page.

    There were 497,562 county voters registered to vote in the general election and 274,449 cast a ballot in the election for a turnout of 55.16 percent.

    Of those ballots cast:

    • 206,578 were early ballots (75 percent of total ballots);
    • 58,491 were polling place ballots and;
    • 9,348 were provisional ballots cast at polling places 
    • 32 ballots were "federal only" ballots cast in accordance with the Arizona v. Intertribal Council Supreme Court decision.


    The race in Congressional District 2 is very close and there is a lot of interest in that race. The county has no new information about the CD2 results.