Saturday, November 10, 2012

Arizona elections

  • Arizona election results: 524633 early, provisional ballots yet to be counted

    PHOENIX - Secretary of State Ken Bennett said Friday there are an estimated 524,633 early and provisional ballots that have yet to be counted in Arizona. The uncounted early ballot count was 352,437, and 172,196 provisional ballots were remaining.

  • Arizona Elections 2012: Races Still Hang In The Balance

    Three days after the election, the outcome of several races remained a mystery in Arizona as officials struggle to count a record number of early and provisional ballots, many of them cast by voters who believed they had registered but whose names were ...

  • Arizona House Race: ThisClose

    Compared to this southern Arizona district, the presidential election was a blow-out. Only 81 votes separate the two candidates vying for the seat once held by former Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.

  • Arizona Election Results 2012 MAP: Presidential, Senate And House Winners ...

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  • Over 400000 Votes Yet to Be Counted in Maricopa County

    Phoenix, Arizona - The agency that administers elections in Maricopa County confirmed Wednesday evening that it had more than 400,000 ballots yet to be counted.

  • Jeff Flake Election Results: Richard Carmona Defeated In 2012 Arizona Senate ...

    Rep. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) emerged the winner in the Arizona election for U.S. Senate over Democratic rival Richard Carmona on Tuesday night.

  • The electoral college - pros and cons

    After many elections, there are often calls to abolish the electoral college method of choosing our president and vice president.

  • Arizona election results: 600000 early, provisional ballots still to be counted

    PHOENIX - Valley voters made their way downtown Wednesday to voice their frustration over hundreds of thousands of ballots that have yet to be counted.

  • Democrats shrink GOP's majority in Arizona Senate

    PHOENIX (AP) - Republicans maintained control of the Arizona Legislature but Democrats picked up four additional Senate seats in Tuesday's general election, producing predictions there the Legislature will be more moderate and feature more work across ...

  • AZ Latino Voters Starting to Tilt Elections

    Arizona's Latino voters turned out in record numbers for the General Election, motivated by concerns about the economy and especially immigration reform.

  • Face of US changing; elections to look different

    Face of US changing; elections to look different. Posted: Saturday, November .... Tuesday's election drove home demographic trends that have been embedded in the fine print of birth rates and immigration statistics for years.

  • Brewer: Let's rethink Electoral College

    PHOENIX - Tired of having Arizona ignored every four years, Gov. Jan Brewer said Friday she's coming to believe it's time to scrap the Electoral College. Brewer said the system where the president is chosen by electors and not the popular vote probably ...

  • 2012 Arizona General Election updates

    Most of you know by now that thousands of early and provisional ballots weren't counted on Election night November 6, and are in the process of being counted by each county elections division in Arizona. I will daily report updates & any changes of ...

  • Arizona Election Results LIVE: Richard Carmona vs Jeff Flake in Battle for the ...

    While the race for Arizona's 11 electoral votes will not be much of a contest between President Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney, there will be plenty of elections to keep an eye on. The Senate race between Democrat Richard Carmona and ...

  • God after 2012: How did election change religion and politics landscape?

    A vote sign is displayed above a statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe during the U.S. presidential election in Phoenix, Arizona November 6, 2012. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS USA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION ELECTIONS ...

  • Tuesday's election results — questions still abound

    Arizona will continue to be represented by two Republicans in the U.S. Senate as Jeff Flake, who has served six terms representing the Mesa area in the U.S.

  • What Earthquakes Can Teach Us About Elections

    Lichtman says he sees elections the way geophysicists see earthquakes - as events fundamentally driven by structural factors deep beneath the surface, rather than by superficial events at the surface.

  • Arizona's Congressional Elections: Good, Bad, and Ugly

    For example, if it's 8 a.m. on Election Day, and we're on the Secretary of State's website trying to find the name of the Democrat running against Congressman David Schweikert in CD-6, that might be an indication that it's not going to be a very close ...

  • After election victory, Arpaio says he wants to meet with Latinos

    (CNN) -- The Arizona sheriff known nationwide for his tough stance on undocumented immigrants says he has a mission now that he's clinched another re-election victory: meeting with Latinos. "I would hope to get together with the Latino community, if I ...

  • Fixing Long Election Lines May Be Easier Said Than Done

    Although voting problems in Tuesday's election were fewer than some people had expected, there were extremely long lines at many polling sites; so many that President Obama noted them in his victory speech.

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