2 races still close as final ballots counted
With about 7,300 ballots yet to be counted Thursday night, two races in Yuma County were still too close to call.
In the race for Superior Court judge in Division 4, Democrat Jim Clark had received 13,538 votes, or 49.99 percent, while Republican David Haws had received 13,448 votes or 49.66 percent.
In the race for county treasurer, Republican David Egeberg had received 16,335 votes, or 51.40, while Democrat Angela Pancrazi Moreno had received 15,410 votes or 48.49 percent.
A total of 34,385 ballots had been counted as of Thursday night. More than 41,000 registered voters in Yuma County, or about 53 percent of the electorate, participated in Tuesday's election. There are currently 75,625 registered voters in Yuma.
The 7,300 votes yet to be counted include 2,200 provisional ballots, which the Yuma County Recorder's Office will begin veryifing Friday.
Once verified, all ballots are given to the elections department, which by state law has until Nov. 16 to tabulate the final results.