UPDATE: Barber pulls ahead of McSally by 289 votes - Tucson News Now

UPDATE: Barber pulls ahead of McSally by 289 votes

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now/AP) -

UPDATE: The Elections Office continues to update the CD2 race. Here are the latest numbers, with Democrat Ron Barber currently beating Republican Martha McSally.

BARBER, RON (DEM) - 131,460

MCSALLY, MARTHA (REP) - 131,171

 

131,414

49.87%

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131,637

49.95%

UPDATE:  As of November 11th, Democrat Ron Barber has pulled in the lead against Republican Martha McSally.

These latest numbers are from Cochise and Pima County.

Here they are: 

Barber:  131,460

McSally:  131,171

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Ron Barber is the hand-picked successor of former Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.

Barber was seeking a full term after winning a June election to replace his former boss representing the area.

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