La Paz County came out to vote today at 11 polling locations around the county, with votes being cast for the offices of President of the United States, U.S. Senator, U.S. Representative, County Supervisor, County Attorney, Sheriff, Treasurer, Schools Superintendent, Recorder, Assessor, AWC Governing Board, Constable and others, along with ballot propositions.
Among the most-watched of these is the race for County Attorney, for which 5 candidates are running but whose names must be written in by voters. No incumbents are running in Districts 1 and 2 for Supervisor, nor for Sheriff.
Around 10,000 registered voters may mean around 6,000 likely voters. La Paz County Elections has processed as many as 2,000 early votes before today, with the rest of the total coming from Election Day votes and ‘late earlies’. The write-in votes need to be verified manually, so the process of counting them takes longer, but Parker Live expects to be able to publish some meaningful results tonight sometime after 8 – 9 p.m.
Results when available can be found HERE and will be posted here at Parker Live as soon as possible after they appear.