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Arizona primary election: A few races are still too close to call

Two days after the Arizona primary election, votes continue to be counted. While most races are already decided, some are still too close to call.

PHOENIX — The votes have been cast, and the polls have been closed. The next task is to collect the ballots and finalize all of the votes for the various races.

While several races have been decided, there are still a few that are too close to call. Here's a breakdown of the races still looking for a winner:

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State Senator (GOP) | District 1

Ken Bennett and Steve Zipperman are in a virtual dead heat with 76% of precincts reporting.

State House (GOP) | District 2

Justin Wilmeth and Christian Lamar are only separated by a couple of percentage points, with 81% of precincts reporting.

State House (GOP) | District 4

Maria Syms and Matt Gress are deadlocked at 25% Wednesday evening, with 81% reporting.

State House (DEM) | District 6

Mae Peshlakai holds a slim lead over Myron Tsosie, with 86% of the precincts reporting.

For the rest of the hotly-contested races in the Arizona primary, please visit 12news.com/elections.

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