Democrat Kyrsten Sinema / Republican Martha Mcsally / Senate Arizona

Breaking: Democrat Kyrsten Sinema takes slight lead over Republican Martha McSally in the close race for Senate in Arizona.

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Democrat Kyrsten Sinema / Republican Martha Mcsally / Senate Arizona

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