On General Election night, the vote difference between 4-term Ward 4 Democratic Councilmember Shirley Scott and her Republican challenger political newcomer Tyler Vogt was 1754. Click here for those results. Over the past few days the City Elections has been counting the remaining ballots cast at the polls (verifying signatures, then processing the ballots). Scott’s lead increased to 1862 on the final count. Tyler Vogt is the older brother of LD 30 House Rep. Ted Vogt.
The final count was released today:
Shirley Scott (D, incumbent) 42,029 (50.99%)
Tyler Vogt (R), 40,167 (48.73%)
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Mary DeCamp (G), 4197 (4.94%)
Rick Grinnell (R), 33,926 (39.91%)
*Jonathan Rothschild (D), 46,723 (54.96%)
Beryl Baker (G) 24,976 (34.04%)
*Regina Romero (D, incumbent), 47,451 (64.67%)
*Paul Cunningham (D, incumbent) 47,366 (56.89%)
Jennifer Rawson (R), 35,727 (42.91%)
*Rothschild, Romero, and Cunningham won their races on General Election night, Nov. 8, 2011.
This was the City of Tucson’s first vote-by-mail General Election, and voter turnout was 31.07 %.