Results as of 10:45 p.m.
Maricopa County races were largely unchanged with additional ballots counted in the 10 p.m. update. Gov. Doug Ducey tweeted just before 10 p.m. that it was "far too early" to call the election in Arizona.
Propositions 207 and 208 were both still passing and Mark Kelly was still leading the U.S. Senate race with 55% of the vote.
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Election results as of 8 p.m.
Hundreds of thousands of votes were tabulated in Maricopa County's first wave of election results Nov. 3, though it was unclear how many ballots remained uncounted at of 8 p.m.
Propositions 207 and 208—for the legalization of marijuana and an income tax increase on high-income earners directed at public education—were both passing as of 8 p.m. Nov. 3.
In Maricopa County, Mark Kelly was also leading in the U.S. Senate race with 55% of the vote against incumbent Martha McSally.
Maricopa County Assessor Eddie Cook was falling just slightly behind Aaron Connor who had 51% of the total votes in Maricopa County as of 8 p.m. Cook left Gilbert Town Council in February to take an appointment as county assessor.
Laurin Hendrix, who won an election in August to replace Cook, was losing his bid to keep his Maricopa County Community College District governing board seat for District 1 with Jacqueline V. Smith commanding 58% of the early vote to Hendrix's 42%.
Jack Sellers, who currently holds the title of Maricopa County Supervisor for District 1, was behind challenger Jevin Hodge in the early returns with Sellers accounting for 46% of the votes counted.
Election results will continue to be updated throughout the evening.
Results are updated as of 8 p.m. and are unofficial until they are canvassed and certified by the Maricopa County Recorder's Office.