PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — As numbers continue to trickle in slowly, some local races are also yet to be called. That includes two Phoenix city council seats that could go into a runoff election next year.
The Maricopa County Elections Department updated the last local election results at 1:54 a.m. Wednesday, showing no candidates for District 6 and District 8 hitting the required 50% vote. Should those trends continue, the race could end with a runoff.
In Phoenix’s District 6, Kevin Robinson was up three points against Joan Greene and Sam Stone, who followed with about 17% of the vote each. That district had a crowded race of eight candidates to replace term-limited Sal DiCiccio, who previously endorsed Stone, his former chief of staff.
More than 28,000 ballots have been counted in…
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