Latest info from AZ Secretary of State on the nine statewide propositions, and from Pima County Elections regarding City of Tucson’s Proposition 409:
UPDATE: will try to update each evening for the close races in Prop. 118, and Prop. 409 as early & provisional ballots are counted. Prop. 118 is now passing, Prop. 409 is also now leading.
For updates after Nov. 10, go to new summary post: http://tucsoncitizen.com/community/2012/11/10/2012-arizona-general-election-updates/
11/14/12 UPDATE: noticed that many readers still coming back to this original post, so just updated Prop. 118 and 409 to 11/19/12. Did not update the others, but their status has not changed.
Prop. 114 Crime Victims Protection Act
NO 300, 135
Prop. 115 Judicial Selection
Prop. 116 Small Business Job Creation Act
Prop. 117 Property Tax Assessed Valuation
Prop. 118 Permanent State Land Fund (was losing on Election Night, is now leading as of 11/19/12)
Prop. 119 State Trust Lands
Prop. 120 State Sovereignty
Prop. 121 Open Elections/Open Government
Prop. 204 Quality Education & Jobs
Prop. 409 Bonds for City Street Improvements (now winning as of 11/14/12, no ballots counted by Pima County on 11/15/12 or 11/17/12, updated 11/19/12). Final tally completed by Pima County so Prop. 409 won by 953 votes.
For information/updates on which federal/state/county candidates won in the 2012 Arizona general election, click here.