/ Modified aug 27, 2010 11:08 a.m.

Party Election Celebrations Bring Political Faithful Out

Both parties rolled out the red carpet for candidates and supporters on primary election night.

Pima County Democrats and Republicans gathered Tuesday night for their primary election parties. Supporters and candidates mingled and listened to the first returns come in. Later, candidates starting arriving for speeches and to meet their constituents.

Mark Duggan was at the Democratic party, and Tony Paniagua was with the Republicans. They talked to candidates and supporters, and captured some of the sounds and sights of the night.

Democrats respond to a speech during their primary election party.

Republicans listen to a candidate at their party.

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