Incumbent Mayor Hiremath and council members Hornat, Snider and Waters are the leading vote getters in the 2015 recall election. Hiremath and Snider have a substantial lead over their opponents as of the counting of early votes and walk-in votes. This as of 5:30am.
Provisional votes remain to be tallied. These are the votes of those who turned in their early ballots at the polls and those who appeared at a polling place whose voting "right" needs to be verified.
We do not know the number of provisional votes in Oro Valley, Nor do we know when these votes will be counted. However, two of the races are sufficiently close that the provisional vote count could make a difference. Joe Hornat has a 125 vote lead over Ryan Hurtung.Lou waters has a 311 vote lead over Steve Didio.
Visit the county election site to view vote totals.
In the meantime, life goes on on Oro Valley.
Tonight the Oro Valley Town Council will consider approving the 90% version of the 2015 general plan, the rezoning for a Fry's Fuel Center at Oracle and First Avenue, and the rezoning of the Nakoma Sky project.