Ross Tyler Olson
Mark Napier addresses the crowd at the Pima County Republican Party as the numbers come in.
Republican Mark Napier is leading in the race for new Pima County Sheriff against incumbent Democrat Chris Nanos.
Napier doesn't think the position of sheriff should be partisan and believes in breaking through those barriers, he said, adding he's running to be sheriff of all Pima County residents not just his party.
Here are some of the numbers coming in from the Arizona Secretary of State Office on statewide elections, with 23 percent of precincts reporting:
- For president of the United States Hillary Clinton is at 46 percent; Donald Trump is at 48 percent.
- For U.S. Senator, Anne Kirkpacktrick is at 42 percent; John McCain is at 52 percent.
- U.S. Representative, Arizona First District Democrat Tom O'Halleran is at 50 percent; Paul Babeu is at 44 percent.
- United States Representative, Arizona Second District Martha McSally is at 52 percent; Matt Heinz at 48 percent.
- Pima County Supervisor, Republican Ally Miller is currently at 35,952 votes to Democrat Brian Bickel, who has 34,394.
- Prop 205 for recreational marijuana is at 616,000 for yes and 703,000 for no.
- Prop 206 for higher minimum wage is at 791,000 for yes and 521,000 for no.