Mapping the Vote: CD9
A joint analysis by the Arizona Capitol Times and the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting shows that Sinema won by sweeping the most competitive parts of CD9 and doing slightly better in the most Democratic-leaning precincts than her Republican opponent did in the most Republican-leaning ones. In precincts where Democratic and Republican registration numbers were within 5 percentage points, Sinema won all but one. And in the precincts she won, Sinema took an average 58 percent of the vote. Parker earned only an average of 55 percent in the precincts he won.
Click on the map for precinct-level vote and demographic details. Precincts are colored by the vote percentage. Precincts outlined in black are the most competitive precincts in the district.