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Secretary of State Ken Bennett speaks Monday, Nov. 29, 2010, at an event during which he and other officials certified the official canvass of the general election.

General election results made official Monday set up the first recount of a statewide ballot proposition that officials can recall. Proposition 112, which seeks to move the initiative filing deadline forward by 60 days, trailed by only 128 votes. Read more»

Election officials across Arizona will have to process 1.75 million ballots again to determine whether the deadline for submitting citizens' ballot initiatives will move up by two months. Proposition 112 trailed by just 123 votes in unofficial returns, setting up the first statewide general election recount anyone in the Arizona Secretary of State's Office can recall. Read more»