Updating election results
They are vying for a Senate seat stretching from central Phoenix to northeast Phoenix, including Paradise Valley. Stefanie Mach, a Democrat, continues to run third in a race for two seats in the House of Representatives.With 112,000 early ballots yet to count in Maricopa County, several tight races are still too close to call as the weekend comes to an end.
Mach, a two-term incumbent, trails fellow Democrat Kirsten Engel by 612 votes and Republican Todd Clodfelter by 569 votes.
On a percentage basis, the three candidates are separated by less than a half-percentage point.
In the apparent race for the second seat, Republican Bob Robson trails fellow Republican Jill Norgaard by 1.6 percentage points in suburban LD 18.
In the Maricopa County recorder's race, Democrat Adrian Fontes is holding the lead over incumbent Helen Purcell, with a 1 percentage-point advantage. By the close of business Friday, Republican Kate Brophy Mc Gee was leading Democrat Eric Meyer by 1.16 percentage points in the state Senate race in east-central Phoenix/Paradise Valley.
Meyer took the lead in the first round of ballot returns, but Mc Gee now has a 1,320-vote edge.
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Because many voters receive early ballots in the mail, the ballot count stretches beyond the first night.