SINEMA SURGES: The Arizona Democrat TAKES THE LEAD Against GOP’s Martha McSally

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Democrat candidate Kyrsten Sinema’s lead against her Republican challenger widened over the weekend; totaling to 32,000 votes over the GOP’s Martha McSally in Arizona’s highly-contested Senate race.

According to Fox News, “Democratic candidate Kyrsten Sinema increased her advantage over Republican challenger Martha McSally in the Arizona U.S. Senate to more than 32,000 votes Sunday as the state’s gradual count continued.

As of 8:30pm Sunday evening, the vote stood at 49.58% for Sinema and 48.07% for McSally.

“Kyrsten has now expanded her overall lead to 32,640 or 1.52 percent, meaning McSally would have to win the remainder of Maricopa ballots by 22 percent to take the lead in this race,” Sinema spokesman Andrew Piatt said. “This is not plausible. Kyrsten will be declared the next U.S. Senator from Arizona.”

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