Gov. Doug Ducey was elected to a second term as Arizona's governor Tuesday.
Ducey, 54, was first elected in 2015. The Republican served as the state treasurer for the previous four years. He was the CEO of Cold Stone Creamery before selling the business in 2007.
His Democratic challenger, David Garcia, is an associate professor at Arizona State University.
Ducey defeated Democrat Fred DuVal in 2014.