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Democratic Socialite Richard Grayson Wins Green Party Primary for State Representative in Arizona's 16th Legislative District with Write-In Landslide

Arizona Secretary of State Michelle Reagan today released the official canvass of Arizona's 2018 primaries on August 28, 2018. Results from Arizona's Legislative District 16 Green Party primary for state representative show that Democratic socialite Richard Grayson won with two write-in votes, or 100% of ballots counted.
In the November general election, Grayson, along with Democrat Sharon Stinard, will be running for Legislative District 16's two seats in the Arizona House of Representatives, running against Republican Kelly Townsend and John Fillmore. Democrat Ben Carmitchel is the LD 16 candidate for State Senator.
Grayson, the 2014 Democratic nominee in Wyoming's At-Large Congressional District and the 2004 Democratic candidate in Florida's Fourth Congressional District, has been endorsed by AZNOWPAC, the political action committee of the Arizona National Organization for Women, in this election.
Grayson has been a nemesis of Donald Trump since 1990, when they were acquainted in Manhattan.