NECK AND NECK: Arizona Senate Race TIED Just 24 Hours Before Election Day

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The Arizona Senate race between GOP candidate Martha McSally and Democrat Kyrsten Sinema remained at a virtual tie Monday, with many voters still undecided just 24 hours before they head to the polls.

According to the Daily Caller, a new survey has McSally leading her progressive opponent by just one point, with 49% favoring the Republican compared to Sinema’s 48%.

“McSally, the Republican Party nominee, leads her Democratic challenger, Sinema, 49 percent to 48 percent in the latest poll to come out on Arizona’s Senate election. McSally’s one-point lead places the contest well within the survey’s margin-of-error of 3.9 percent — indicating it’s anyone’s game in a state that is witnessing record voter turnout,” writes the DC.

“Arizona is seeing a historic midterm election turnout and Democratic voters are defying past historic early voting trends,” added a political insider. “The race has tightened and it’s fitting that the winner will be decided based on who can best turn out out their voters on Election Day.”

Read the full report here.