Primary update: Kari Lake up slightly in Governors race. Masters projected to win GOP Senate nomination.

GOP Governors race too close to call

With about 80% of the votes tallied, Kari Lake has a slight lead over Karin Taylor Robson in the GOP primary for Arizona Governor. As of 6am this morning, Lake had 294,259 votes and Robson was at 282,935. The winner will square off against Democrat Katie Hobbs who handily won the primary with nearly 73% of the vote.

Masters projected to win GOP Senate nomination.

In the race for the Republican nomination for US Senate, Blake Masters is projected to win with 39% of the vote. His closest challenger was businessman Jim Lamon at just under 29% of the vote followed by Mark Brnovich at just over 18% of the vote.

Other Projections

Mark Finchem is projected to win the GOP nomination for Secretary of State with about 41% of the vote beating his closest challenger Beau Lane who was at 24%. Democrat Adrian Fontes currently holds a lead at 53% over Reginald Bolding.

In the Attorney Generals race Abe Hamadeh is up in the GOP race with 32% of the vote to Rodney Glassman’s 23%.

In the Superintendent of a Public Instruction Race, Tom Horne looks to easily defeat challenger Shiry Sapir, 43% to 32%. Horne will face off against Democrat incumbent Kathy Hoffman.

For Corporation Commission, Republicans Kevin Thompson and Nick Myers hold a lead over Kim Owens for the two open seats.

On the Legislative side Senator Wendy Rogers is way up against Senator Kelly Townsend for the LD7 nomination and Ken Bennett holds a slight lead over Steve Zipperman in the GOP LD1 race.

Categories: Jeff's TOP NEWS Picks, State of Arizona

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  1. What about my friend & neighbor in Williams AZ John Moore?

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