AP still not calling second GOP candidate to move forward to general election
YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - Local representative and incumbent Tim Dunn, (R) Arizona District 13, is moving forward to the general election, after the Associated Press declared him one of the winners in the Arizona House District 13 Republican race.
Rep. Dunn was facing off against two other candidates, incumbent Joanne Osborne and former house member Steve Montenegro.
As of Wednesday morning, results showed Rep. Tim Dunn holding 41.57% of the votes amounting to 19,535 votes.
Incumbent Joanne Osborne was in second place with 29.69% of the votes, amounting to 13,954 votes.
Right behind her is Steve Montenegro with 28.74% of the votes amounting to 13,506 votes.
Rep. Dunn says right now he's going to continue to educate voters on what's at stake. He says locals need candidates that are going to stand up for Yumans and keep the country from going in the wrong direction amid the pandemic.
As students get ready to start the new school year, Rep. Dunn says he is working with the county health director, school boards, legislators, and the governor's office on safely reopening schools during the pandemic.
Dunn says phone calls are held every Friday for updates.
Rep. Dunn promises to be the voice for local's concerns and welcome anyone to reach out to talk.