GOP AG race still undecided

Cobb leads in constable race

KINGMAN - The winner of one close primary race was determined by Friday afternoon, but two others were still up in the air.

David Lujan, a Democratic candidate for the Arizona Attorney General's Office, conceded the race to his opponent Felecia Rotellini Thursday evening. However, the winner of the Republican primary for the office hasn't been determined yet.

As of Saturday night, Tom Horne was beating Andrew Thomas by 853 votes. The final results of the race won't be known until Maricopa County finishes counting all of its mail-in ballots. A recount of the ballots would be triggered if the number of votes separating Thomas and Horne falls below 200.

Another tight race is in Mohave County between Mike Cobb and John Slaughter for the Kingman Constable seat. As of 1 p.m. on Friday, Cobb was leading Slaughter by 44 votes. The county is still counting several mail-in and provisional ballots. A final total will not be known until Thursday of next week. A recount of the ballots would be triggered if the final count shows only 10 votes difference between Cobb and Slaughter.

Updated vote figures can be found at www.azsos.gov.