Outcome of the 2020 Republican primary for Pima County Supervisor District OneAnother story and interactive map I created for the Sentinel, this time about the Republican primary in Pima County Supervisor District One. This is an open seat, but rookie candidate Steve Spain entered the race with the endorsement of Ally Miller, who held the seat for two terms and has a loyal following.

Spain came out on top in 43 of the district’s 58 precincts, and topped the overall vote by 8.6 percent. He will face Democrat Rex Scott in the general election on November 3.

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