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Republicans Take the Lead In Arizona, Just Days Away From the Midterm Elections

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It’s time the Democrats start to panic. With just three days away from possible history-making midterm elections, many lifelong Democrats are voting Republican for the first time. 


According to an Emerson College poll, Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters (R-AZ) took the lead over his Democrat opponent Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ). 

After months of trailing behind Kelly, Masters took first place in the race ahead of Tuesday's election, with 48 percent of voters favoring the Republican over Kelly. 

The poll suggests that the race is tied, meaning it can go in any direction from now until Tuesday. 

Despite Kelly leading in polls up until now, the nonpartisan Cook Political Report expects the race to be a “toss-up” between the two candidates. 

“Democratic candidates for Senate and Governor face strong headwinds in Arizona. They have an unpopular Democratic president, a Republican statewide electorate, and the economy as a top-of-mind issue for many voters,” the Director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion, Lee Miringoff, told Fox News. 


Miringoff also said that Arizona is attracting more Republican voters, giving a disadvantage to Democrats who don’t seem to want to change their policies to fix the issues the state is facing. 

Additionally, Masters has vowed to crack down on illegal immigration and crime. He is also widely viewed as being a part of the new national conservative movement, which aims to rebrand the GOP to respond to the new challenges facing the country.

The new national conservative movement, or the “new right,” focuses less on free-market economics and more on social and cultural issues, such as the family, while also being more vocal about crime and illegal immigration. 

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