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A day later, one congressional primary is unsettled; three others done

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By Ronald J. Hansen | Arizona Republic

A day after voting ended, one congressional primary remained too close to call and three others were belatedly decided.

The state’s tightest House race this year is the 6th Congressional District’s Democratic primary contest between Anita Malik and Heather Ross.

On Wednesday afternoon, Malik held a razor-thin lead among unofficial returns, but more ballots remained uncounted for the Scottsdale-based district that covers much of the northeastern Valley.

About 100,000 ballots remained uncounted in Maricopa County, though it was unclear how many were from that district.

On Wednesday afternoon, David Brill defeated Delina DiSanto in the 4th Congressional District’s Democratic primary in the race to challenge Republican U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar.

Earlier Wednesday, the Associated Press called two GOP races that had been too close to call on Tuesday night.

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