Results are coming in for candidates running for the Kyrene School District and Tempe Union High School District governing boards.
The results have been updated as of 6:18 p.m. on Nov. 13, according to the county.
Amanda Steele and Andres Barraza are leading in TUHSD. Steele has earned 46,419 votes (41%) and Barraza currently has 35,554 (32%.) The third candidate, Stephan Kingsley, has amassed 30,550 votes (27%.) There are two open spots on the board.
Over at Kyrene, Kevin Walsh and Trine Nelson are leading the race. Walsh has approximately 29,453 votes (37%) and Nelson has 26,681 (34%.) Also in the running is Kristi Ohman, who has earned 22,610 votes (29%) thus far.
Editor’s Note: This story will be updated as ballots are counted by the county Recorder’s Office. Results are not official until they are canvassed.