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Following are the Saturday  statewide numbers for the AZ Carmona /Flake senate race. these numbers are from the statewide clarity elections page. interestingly if you look at the second group of numbers it does show p[rovisional ballots which have been counted. It also separates out Maricopa County , while grouping together all other counties.

Have at the numbers, below the golden cucaracha!

Two things I notice.
Still woefully few provisional ballots counted.
Even though Carmona trails by nearly 75,000 votes, he does lead  Flake in both early balloting and provisional ballots...both of which are on the slow train to being  completely tallied.

CARMONA, RICHARD (DEM)         852,570     45.75%    
FLAKE, JEFF (REP)         927,128     49.75%    
VICTOR, MARC (LBT)         81,878     4.39%    
Write-in         1,945     0.10%    
Total         1,863,521        

                     Polling Plc.    Early Ballots     Prov. Ballots  Maricopa Total     Percent
CARMONA, RICHARD     134,007     251,365     1,803       465,395      852,570     45.75%
FLAKE, JEFF          144,472     242,631     1,761       538,264     927,128     49.75%
VICTOR, MARC         13,474             20,949     139               47,316     81,878     4.39%
Write-in                 321             455     5     1,164        1,945     0.10%

here is a link to the site . Statewide results at

There is a drop down menu for you to select individual counties.
in the window for each race on the left side of the page, you will also see 4 icons. one looks like a house, the second icon from the right looks like a divided rectangle. if you click on that ,it will  give you a breakdown of early ballots, polling place ballots and provisional ballots counted.
also note that the Secretery of state pages and county news releases, etc. give different number at different times, so this site really is just good for measuring daily progress  using its own numbers.

Originally posted to manyamile on Sat Nov 10, 2012 at 05:15 PM PST.

Also republished by Phoenix Kossacks.

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  •  Good showing by Carmona,but (4+ / 0-)

    We are about 5 years away from turning Arizona blue.

  •  It's urgent to get provisionals to show ID (9+ / 0-)

    before the deadline, for those who need to. The margin when all the EV's are in will probably be less than 70k. The few provisionals in are most likely from small conservative counties. When the massive count of (most of) the 172k provisionals, primarily from heavily D groups comes in, it's conceivable that this race will flip. Not probable, but not ruled out, since we just don't know how strongly those will tilt.

    Michael Weissman UID 197542

    by docmidwest on Sat Nov 10, 2012 at 05:26:31 PM PST

  •  Wake me up when they've finished (2+ / 0-)
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    wilderness voice, kurt

    hourly or even daily updates don't count for much, especially since most of us don't know which counties were the Democratic strongholds. It looks like both this race and AZ-02 could see-saw back and forth quite a lot before they're finally settled, and that won't be until after next Wednesday (as I understand it) when they make a final determination on which provisionals are going to get counted.

    •  I think because there is concern (2+ / 0-)
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      tzager, kurt

      and consternation about  some aspects of the vote count  in AZ, some folks want  to check in to see how things are moving along, and have been  especially interested to see when and if provisional ballots start showing up on the tally site..
       the Cd-2 race has been so close. A few days ago i did not realize it would go on so long, I thought we were closer to the final count, which was supposed to be Friday ,Nov 9
      So  the close daily tally seemed nailbitingly crucial... now i have a better sense of how long it will take, and i think the count will favor Barber as we get more into Pima provisionals.

      no need to check in if doesn't interest you..and patience makes sense for the next few days!
      I think i am going to  kick back a bit myself and wait til Tuesday before i check in again.

  •  Important to keep national interest on this story (4+ / 0-)

    AZ is shaping up to be the voter suppression story of this election cycle. While 106 GOP county clerks across the nation took to scrubbing voter rolls 18 months ago, and 17 states passed or tried to pass voter ID laws, Helen Purcell seems to have been at the forefront in implementation. Precincts  were moved or eliminated, polling stations moved, rules changed and massive pushback to keep people from going to paper and staying with the touchscreen. The New York Times started to cover the story yesterday.

    Keep up the good work, Manyamile!

    •  yes, that has been the point (0+ / 0-)

      aside from the yet to be called races and large numbers of uncounted ballots,  want to keep people paying attention, given the perfect storm of district changes, polling site changes, ID issues  on provisionals, scrubbing of voter  registration rolls which has caused people to have been dropped from the rolls since the last election,(even when they had no change of address, etc. ), 'mistakes'  and tactics leading up to election day, sheer number of provisional ballots, large numbers of newly registered  Latino voters, and on and on..

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