Barber leading McSally by 923 votes - Tucson News Now

Barber leading McSally by 923 votes

Source: Pima County Communications Office Source: Pima County Communications Office
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Pima and Maricopa are the only two counties still counting early ballots according to the Secretary of State's office.

But, several counties have provisional ballots that still need to be tallied.

Pima County crews counted more than 2,000 early and provisional ballots yesterday. Thousands more provisional ballots still need to be counted.

Election workers have until the end of tomorrow to verify those.

The latest numbers still show a tight race for Congressional District 2.

Democrat Ron Barber's lead now stands at 923 votes over Republican Martha McSally. That is up from 709 vote lead this morning.

Tucson's proposition 409, the $100 million city street repair bond, is passing by about 240 votes.

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