2020 Arizona Primary Election results

Posted at 9:26 AM, Aug 04, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-05 13:05:16-04

TUCSON, Ariz. — The results are coming in for the 2020 Arizona Primary Election.

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10:00 a.m.

A ballot measure in Oro Valley has passed that permanently expands the amount of money that the town can spend.

9:40 a.m.

Democrat Chris Nanos has won the primary to face incumbent Republican Mark Napier for Pima County Sheriff this fall.

9:35 a.m.

The chairman of the Pima County Board of Supervisors lost his primary campaign Tuesday night.

Matt Heinz defeated Supervisor Ramon Valadez in the Democratic primary in District 2.

9:29 a.m.

The field of candidates hoping to replace Ally Miller on the Pima County Board of Supervisors is down to two.

Republican Steve Spain and Democrat Rex Scott won their elections in Tuesday's primary election.

8:17 a.m.

Adelita Grijalva holds a substantial lead in the Democratic primary for the Pima County Board of Supervisors 5th District.


10:37 p.m.

Democratic representatives Ann Kirkpatrick and Raul Grijalva easily won their primaries. Grijalva ran unopposed and Kirkpatrick leads her challenger with more than 77 percent of the vote in the early vote totals.

10:31 p.m.

Adelita Grijalva holds a substantial lead in the Democratic primary for the Pima County Board of Supervisors 5th District.

9:45 p.m.

Democrat Laura Conover wins Pima County Attorney primary, with no Republican opponent

8:38 p.m.

8:21 p.m.

McSally, Kelly set to face off for Arizona Senate seat in November

1:37 p.m.

Arizona will be in the national spotlight in November as a presidential battleground and the home of one of the most closely watched Senate contests in the country. But Tuesday’s primary features few big-ticket contests.

Republican Sen. Martha McSally faces a long shot challenge from businessman Daniel McCarthy. Retired astronaut Mark Kelly faces only a write-in opponent for the Democratic nomination.

Most Arizona voters who plan to cast a ballot have already done so. But those showing up to vote in-person will find it looks different than elections of the past as the tradition of casting a ballot adjusts to the coronavirus pandemic.

9:25 a.m.

Polling sites are open statewide.

Key Dates and Deadline in Arizona

October, 5: Voter registration deadline
October, 7: Early voting begins
October, 23: Request absentee/mail-in ballot
October, 27: Latest recommended mail-in date
November, 3: In-person voting
November, 3 @ 7pm: Absentee/mail-in delivered by date