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Going into Wednesday, only two statewide races remain undecided: attorney general and superintendent of public instruction. In addition, Proposition 309, which would impose stricter voter identification requirements, is too close to call.

Katie Hobbs has won election as the state’s fifth female governor, and several other big races were called after Maricopa and Pima counties updated their results Monday evening with big batches of ballots.

Catch up on earlier news here.

Follow coverage of Arizona’s midterm election by Republic reporters here.

10:30 a.m. Wednesday: Educator asks voters to ensure their ballots were counted 

Arizona labor leaders celebrated Democrat Katie Hobbs’ win in the governor’s race at the state Capitol on Wednesday morning but said there’s still another race to win — superintendent of public instruction.

Eight counties, including Maricopa Count, released new ballot tallies Tuesday, leaving incumbent Democrat Kathy Hoffman trailing Republican Tom Horne by nearly 9,000 votes. Horne is a former superintendent who is against bilingual education.

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