Polls have closed Tuesday night in the special primary election for Arizona's 8th Congressional District in metro Phoenix.
Voters are selecting nominees to replace former Rep. Trent Franks, a Republican who resigned last year amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
The heavily Republican district includes suburbs such as Peoria and Sun City.
A dozen candidates are running in the Republican primary. Two Democrats are seeking their party's nomination, hoping for a longshot win in the April 27 general election.
Election officials say nearly 100,000 early ballots were counted as of Monday, including over 65,000 Republicans and over 34,000 Democrats.
Polls closed at 7 p.m. and results can be found it the link below as they are available.
For the Democrats, Hiral Tipirneni has won the nomination, according to an Associated Press projection.
In the Republican race, Debbie Lesko won the nomination, according to an Associated Press projection.