PIMA COUNTY RESULTS: Miller advances in contested board of super - Tucson News Now

PIMA COUNTY RESULTS: Miller advances in contested board of supervisors primary

Ally Miller (Source: www.allymiller.com) Ally Miller (Source: www.allymiller.com)
John Winchester (Source: www.winchesterforsupervisor.com) John Winchester (Source: www.winchesterforsupervisor.com)
Brian Bickel (Source: www.bickel4supervisor.com) Brian Bickel (Source: www.bickel4supervisor.com)
PIMA COUNTY, AZ ( Tucson News Now) -

There were plenty of key races in Pima County during the primary election on Tuesday, Aug. 30.

The biggest of those were for county supervisor and county attorney.

ELECTION RESULTS: Mobile users can get results HERE while desktop users can go HERE.

Board of Supervisors

District 1

In one of the most contested races in southern Arizona, incumbent Ally Miller defeated John Winchester to be the Republican candidate on the November ballot.

Miller won with 13,818 votes to Winchester's 10,326. She will face Democrat Brian Bickel, who was unopposed in the primary, in the general election.

District 2

Incumbent Ramon Valadez, a Democrat, was re-elected to his seat as the only person running for any party.

District 3

Incumbent Sharon Bronson, a Democrat, and Republican Kim DeMarco were unopposed in the primary.

They will face off in the general election in November.

District 4

Steve Christy beat John Backer and Marla Closen with 55.1 percent of the vote to be the Republican candidate on the November ballot.

Christy will face Joshua Reilly, who was unopposed as a Green Party candidate. No Democrat ran in the primary.

District 5

Incumbent Richard Elias, a Democrat, and Green Partier Martin Bastidas both ran unopposed.

They will battle it out for the district's seat in November.


Incumbent Chris Nanos, a Democrat, ran unopposed and will be on the ballot in November.

He will face Mark Napier, who beat Terry Staten 43,535 votes to 23,029.


Incumbent Bill Staples crushed Brian Johnson with 63 percent of the vote in the Democratic primary. Staples will now have to run against Suzanne Droubie, an Independent in November.


Incumbent Barbara LaWall, a Democrat, beat Joel Feinman with 57.6 percent of the vote in the primary. She will face Cynthia Tuell, who ran unopposed on the Green Party ticket, in November.


Incumbent F. Ann Rodriguez, a Democrat, ran unopposed and will face Green Partier Mike Cease in the general election.

Superintendent of Schools

Dustin Williams edged fellow Democrat Michael Gordy and will face Republican Margaret Burkholder in the November election.

Williams beat Gordy 34,458 votes to 26,196.


Incumbent Beth Ford, a Republican, was the only person running for the position and was re-elected

Results from the justice of the peace and constable races can be found HERE.

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