Thursday, November 8, 2018

MORE UPDATED NUMBERS: Sinema Now Leading McSally By 9,610 Votes in AZ Senate Race; Guess What Other Dem Might Win Statewide Office?

Posted By on Thu, Nov 8, 2018 at 5:19 PM

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Democrat Kyrsten Sinema has taken a 2,106- 8,859- 9,610-vote lead over Republican Martha McSally in the U.S. Senate race after more ballots were tallied today. This one is remains in overtime.
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Meanwhile, Democrat Kathy Hoffman has taken a 20,348-vote lead over Republican Frank Riggs, which could make the rookie candidate and former public school speech pathologist the first Democrat to win a statewide state office in a decade.

Garrett Archer, aka Data Guru, crunches what he knows about where the ballots still are (note: Pima has since reported some of its ballots, leading to Sinema's 7K jump between counts tonight):

Unfortunately, we won't be getting much more out of Archer tonight as he has his priorities right:

Pinal County, where McSally should pick up votes, says it has roughly 25K early ballots and 6800 provisional ballots to process:

Barrett Marson, who worked the anti-Sinema Defend Arizona campaign, predicts McSally will make up some of her lost ground:

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