Election Night Reporting

The Arizona Secretary of State will be posting information on a new website in next week’s Primary Election. The tool is called Election Night Reporting (ENR), and it will display results from Arizona elections on the website azsos.gov. The Web interface provides visitors with a graphical view of in-depth state and county results. You are presented with a breakdown of votes received for a choice by race. Maps illustrate the counties or precincts reporting, voter turnout, and results by county or precinct. A reporting area provides downloadable reports and custom filtering of results.

Once the precinct polling locations have closed, the results are reported to the county. The state aggregates results, and then begins reporting results to the public via the ENR tool. Updates occur throughout the night until all counties have reported have reported their results for the evening. The results will continue to be updated for several days after the election until all ballots have been tallied.

The Arizona Primary Election will be on August 24th.

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  1. Even thou this was a tragic outcome, If a racer looses control of his truck, whether mechanical failure or driver error, It’s not the drivers fault if anyone get’s injured or killed! People have a tendency to think that nothing will ever happen to them.
    It should be noted that all the drivers sign there life away before entering in any races, that in itself should tell people it’s dangerous ! There needs to be more volunteers and /or paid security personal to help with crowd control, they need to make announcements over a loud speaker all day long in contingency about the danger in getting too close to the track, they need to put up no crossing signs and berms that have signs on them that say do not cross, do not enter and have the security drive on quads to patrol the edge of the track in the area where most spectators are, I know it’s a big desert out there and you can’t baby sit everyone, but I’m sure these things would be a benefit to the racing origination and for spectators safety in addition to Spectators taking more responsibility for their own personal safety.

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