Unofficial results from contested primaries
* Results below are as of 10:45 p.m. Tuesday. Final results from San Juan County Clerk's Office are above. For up to date results from the New Mexico Secretary of State's Office, go to electionresults.sos.state.nm.us.

Republicans

U.S. senator: Allen Weh at 63 percent and David Clements at 37 percent with 36 percent of precincts statewide fully reporting. Winner faces Tom Udall.

State representative, District 1: Karen Bayless at 48 percent and Rodney Montoya at 52 percent with 33 of 34 San Juan County voting sites reporting. Winner faces Alfred Gordon Glass Jr.

Magistrate judge, Division 1: Jonny Brown at 6 percent, Stacey Biel at 13 percent, Gary McDaniel at 26 percent, Connie Johnston at 28 percent, Mike Fauteaux at 1 percent, Patrick Otero at 8 percent and Brent Byrum at 16 percent with 33 of 34 San Juan County voting sites reporting. No Democratic challenger.

Magistrate judge, Division 2: Rena Scott at 61 percent and George Waybenais at 39 percent with 33 of 34 San Juan County voting sites reporting. Winner faces Matthew Tso.


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San Juan County Sheriff: Michael Kovacs at 35 percent, Daniel Goldberg at 5 percent and Kenneth Christesen at 60 with 33 of 34 San Juan County voting sites reporting. No Democratic challenger.

Democrats

U.S. representative, District 3: Ben Luján at 88 percent and Robert Blanch at 12 percent with 44 percent of precincts statewide fully reporting. Winner faces Jefferson Byrd.

Governor: Howie Morales at 15 percent, Alan Webber at 23 percent, Lawrence Rael at 19 percent, Gary King at 35 percent and Linda Lopez at 8 percent with 40 percent of precincts statewide fully reporting. Winner faces Susana Martinez.

State treasurer: Tim Eichenberg at 53 percent and John Wertheim at 47 percent with 40 percent of precincts statewide fully reporting. Winner faces Rick Lopez.

State representative, District 5: Doreen Johnson at 55 percent and Charles Long at 45 percent with none of the precincts statewide fully reporting. No Republican challenger.

State representative, District 9: Patricia Lundstrom at 63 percent, Yolanda Ahasteen-Azua at 11 percent, Olin Clawson at 19 percent and Jordon Johnson with 6 percent with none of the precincts statewide fully reporting. No Republican challenger.

State representative, District 65: Orlando Lucero at 42 percent and James Madalena at 58 percent with 33 of 34 San Juan County voting sites reporting. No Republican challenger.

Public Regulation Commissioner, District 4: Edward Michael at 21 percent, Lynda Lovejoy at 47 percent and Theresa Becenti-Aguilar at 32 percent with 12 percent of precincts statewide fully reporting. No Republican challenger.

San Juan County Commissioner, District 1: Harry Todacheene at 18 percent, Wallace Charley at 31 percent, Gary Montoya at 26 percent and Eva Stokely at 24 percent with 33 of 34 San Juan County voting sites reporting. Winner faces Sammy Ahkeah.