PHOENIX (KSAZ) -- While it is clear on Election Night that Arizona will get its first female U.S. Senator, it is not clear who it will be as Tuesday night drew to a close.
Voters had a choice between GOP candidate Martha McSally, Democratic candidate Kyrsten Sinema, and Green Party candidate Angela Green. All three are running to replace retiring Senator Jeff Flake.
With 99 percent of the precincts reporting, Martha McSally (850,043 votes) leads Kyrsten Sinema (834,135 votes) in the race for Arizona's first female senator.
300,000 early ballots & about 200,000 late early ballots still need to be counted. Should have a better idea of those results at 5 Thursday night. #Fox10phoenix #MidtermElections #MidtermsElections2018 #azvotes #MaricopaCounty— Danielle Miller FOX10 (@Fox10Danielle) November 7, 2018
FOX News has deemed the race too close to call.
Good morning, Arizona! This race is about you and we're going to make sure your vote is counted. There are a lot of outstanding ballots – especially those mailed-in – and a lot of reasons to feel good! We're doing the work & will keep you updated. Thanks for being on Team Sinema!— Kyrsten Sinema (@kyrstensinema) November 7, 2018
As of Wednesday evening, the race is still not called for any candidate.
This is a developing election news story. Stay with FOX 10 Phoenix for further updates.