Results & Poll Closing Times (all times Eastern):
8:37 PM PT: AZ-AG: The AP has results for other counties, and Horne is winning most places outside Maricopa. In his home county of Pima, where Tucson is, he's up 56-44. But via the Maricopa recorder, he's losing that massive county 60-40. Hard to him to recover from a loss that huge in what is by far the state's largest county.
8:40 PM PT: AZ-Gov: Correction: Horne is from the Phoenix area.
8:42 PM PT: AZ-01: Tobin now leads Kiehne by 447 votes. Kwasman is 1,161 votes behind Kiehne.
8:45 PM PT: AZ-Gov: The AP has called this for Ducey. He'll start out the favorite against Democrat Fred DuVal, but no shoo-in.
8:47 PM PT: AZ-AG: With the Maricopa results finally incorporated, Brnovich is smashing Horne 55-45 statewide. As long as Brnovich is running away with this in Maricopa, hard for Horne to make up ground elsewhere.
8:48 PM PT: AZ-07:
8:51 PM PT: AZ-01: Tobin now leads Kiehne by 479 votes. Hang on: This one could get turbulent.
8:53 PM PT: AZ-07:
8:56 PM PT: AZ-09: The AP has called this for veteran Wendy Rogers. Rogers currently leads Andrew Walter 59-41. Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema is favored to keep this light blue seat, but no sure thing.
8:59 PM PT: AZ-07: Ruben Gallego, who has won the Democratic primary in a dark blue seat, currently leads 48-37. Daily Kos endorsed him last month.