ELECTION: Oro Valley mayor, town council survive recall election - Tucson News Now

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ELECTION: Oro Valley mayor, town council survive recall election

(Source: Raycom Media) (Source: Raycom Media)
ORO VALLEY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

An effort to replace the Oro Valley mayor and three members of the town council has fallen just short.

According to Pima County officials, the following results include all 15 precincts and 100 percent of the mail-in ballots.

In the mayoral race, incumbent Satish Hiremath defeated Patrick "Pat" Straney and Joseph Winfield. Hiremath held onto his title with 6,336 votes (50.66 percent) compared to 5,442 votes (43.51 percent) for Straney and 705 (5.64 percent) for Winfield.

In the town council races:

Incumbent Joe Hornat beat Ryan Hartung 6,253 votes (50.43 percent) to 6,128 (49.42 percent).

Incumbent Mary Snider grabbed 6,243 votes (50.37 percent) to beat Shirl Lamonna (4,420 votes, 35.66 percent) and Doug Burke (1,720 votes, 13.88 percent).

Incumbent and vice mayor Lou Waters beat challenger Steve Didio 6,242 votes (51.18 percent) to 5,931 votes (48.63 percent).

Complete election results are available edged HERE. The results are not official until verified by the Secretary of State's office.

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