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Dems maintain narrow leads in Arizona Senate, governor races – Associated Press

Democrats maintained their narrow leads in key Arizona contests on Thursday, but the races for U.S. Senate and governor were still too early to call with about a fifth of the total ballots left to be counted. Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly led Republican Blake Masters by 5.6 percentage points, while Democrat Katie Hobbs had a

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Sen. Mark Kelly takes early lead in battleground Arizona – Associated Press

Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly has been fighting to hold on to the seat he won for Democrats two years ago, but he faced a vastly different political environment heading into Tuesday’s election against Republican venture capitalist Blake Masters. Kelly took the lead in early returns, which reflected mail ballots returned ahead of election day, but

Arizona Senate race

Arizona Senate race for LD-1 Still Undecided

As of Saturday evening, at 7:57 pm, the Senate LD-1 race between Kem Bennett and Steve Zipperman is still undecided. Mr. Bennett is ahead by 241 votes, as Mr. Zipperman has picked up 65 votes. Ken Bennett              28,140    50.22% Steve Zipperman      27.899    49.78% No counting

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BREAKING NEWS: Noel Campbell withdraws from LD1 Senate Race

Early today, Prescott eNews received the following press release from the campaign committee for former State Representative Noel Campbell. The popular three-term state legislator sat out the 2020 election.  But with the vacancy created by the retirement of Sen Karen Fann, Mr. Campbell reentered public life, citing an unfinished legislative agenda highlighting  water issues,  transportation needs,  border


Rising Latino voters could be force in Georgia Senate races

As Georgia heads into two key runoffs that will determine control of the U.S. Senate, Democrats are hoping to count on Latino voters who helped tilt the state blue in November. But President Donald Trump rattled Democrats by winning larger-than-expected shares of Hispanic votes in parts of the country, raising questions about how much Democrats

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