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11/6/2012 3:12:00 PM
Election 2012- Congressional race and CVFD Board results show clear leaders
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Congressman Paul Gosar addresses the crowd at the Prescott Resort on election night
Matt Santos/Review
Congressman Paul Gosar addresses the crowd at the Prescott Resort on election night
Craig Brown
Craig Brown
Matt Santos

UPDATE: 9:45 p.m.

With 89 of 92 precincts reporting, Congressman Paul Gosar (R- Dist 4) recorded 67.04 percent of the vote. He addressed the crowd at the Prescott Resort Tuesday night.

UPDATE: 9:25 p.m.

Early results as reported by Yavapai County show Gary Warren, David McConnell, and Charles Dougan poised to take the three open Chino Valley Fire District board seats.

Charles Dougan, 2,166 votes, 19.04%

John Garner, 2,051 votes, 18.03%

David McConnell, 2,561 votes, 22.51%

Hans Vang, 1,493 votes, 13.12%

Gary Warren, 3,078 votes, 27.06%

UPDATE: 7:18 p.m.

Polls now closed- Many in Chino Valley are watching closely to see the results of the CV Fire District Board race. Three seats on the five member board are up for grabs, those coming out on top help decide how the CVFD distributes its nearly $5.5 million annual budget.

Craig Brown, who sits alone on the ballot for the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Dist. 4 seat after winning the primary in August, will spend this election night with friends as he watches the results come in.

"Important local elections are pretty much decided and we wait to see the direction that will take us beginning in January," said Brown in an email to the Review. "What remains, and is most important, are those decisions made tonight across this country which will determine our future. I hope that 'We the People' make the right choices for that future. Our Arizona Congressmen and Senator from this state will be called upon to make many of those decisions that will shape much of that future."

Brown added a word of prayer for leaders, both local and national, with a word of encouragement to all citizens: "I hope everyone celebrates their right to vote. Many have given their all for that privilege."

UPDATE: 4:55 p.m.

Follow election result updates tonight right here at

Strong turnout for CV voters. Local vote center, First Southern Baptist Church located at 1524 N Highway 89 will remain open until 7 p.m., drop box located at Town Hall, 202 N Highway 89.

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