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Tight fight between Mach, Clodfelter in LD 10

In Southern Arizona, Rep. Stefanie Mach narrowly trailed Republican challenger Todd Clodfelter in the LD 10 House race. Just 230 votes separated the two Wednesday afternoon, with Democrat Kirsten Engel up about another 230 ballots as voters picked two legislative representatives from the district.

The tally, as of early Wednesday afternoon:

  • Todd Clodfelter (R) 37,843
  • Kirsten Engel (D) 38,073
  • Stefanie Mach (D) 37,613

Before an updated tally was released, Mach had led Clodfelter by just 36 votes.

LD 10 covers central Tucson and the East and Northeast sides, extending into the Foothills. Each legislative district sends two representatives to the Arizona House.

In other legislative races, Democratic candidates pushed toward a closer margin in the Arizona Legislature, with state Sen. Steve Farley announcing early Tuesday evening that he expected to end the night with a 15-15 tie in the upper chamber.

Later returns had Republicans tightening the races, with leads in 17 of the 30 seats in the upper chamber. In the closest, incumbent Kate Brophy McGee led Democratic challenger Eric Meyer by about 670 votes in LD 28, which covers northern Phoenix and Paradise Valley.

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