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Arizona Senate Race: Sinema Lead Widens To Over 30,000 Votes

Arizona Senate Race: Sinema Lead Widens To Over 30,000 Votes

Bad news for McSally

As the vote count continues in Arizona’s Senate race, Democrat Kyrsten Sinema now leads Republican Martha McSally by approximately 30,000 votes.  This is up from the 20,000 votes by which she previously led. reports:

Unless the trend in election returns shifts — and soon — Arizona will get its first Democrat in the U.S. Senate in decades.

And the state Republican Party may be laying the groundwork for a legal challenge to stop that from happening.

New figures Saturday evening show Kyrsten Sinema has amassed 1,048,655 votes. That gives her a lead over Republican Martha McSally that now approaches 30,000.

Just a day earlier, Sinema had a edge of about 20,200.

There are 198,000 ballots left to count, but it doesn’t look good for McSally. continues:

Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes reports he still has 198,000 ballots to tally. And assuming the current split among Sinema, McSally and Green Party candidate Angela Green continues, Sinema will pick up 99,000 of those to about 95,400 for McSally.

McSally had gained some ground with new reports from several rural counties, but that wasn’t enough to offset how Sinema is doing elsewhere.


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So Arizona goes from having a Senator that was a war hero to this decade’s version of Jane Fonda. Great job Arizona. We get the reps we deserve.

    Anchovy in reply to jaudio. | November 11, 2018 at 5:03 pm

    Generalize much? Do you really think every person in Arizona voted for this person? How about this… great job, you not only elected Obama, you elected him twice.

    McCain stopped being a ‘war hero’ decades ago, and became a democrat shill. So no surprise the likes of this malignant freak sinema got any votes at all.

    The GOPe gave us all this. Thank, rats.

theduchessofkitty | November 11, 2018 at 4:15 pm

This was stolen. Cold.

And no one cares.

    Former AG Sessions cared.

    It’s just his not giving a crap which was confusing.

    We need a warrior AG. Trump appears to be coming up with one.

      He’s gone now, maybe we can stop beating that dead horse? #JustAThought

        Nope. Not going to stop beating the Jeff Sessions dead horse until we get an AG that will start producing highly visible results.

        First result I want to see: the Mueller Probe CLOSED. James Comey, Rod Rosenstein, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Bruce Orr, Christopher Steele, and any of the remaining co-conspirators who allowed the probe to be opened (if not already) need to be fired and then frog-marched out in cuffs for active violations of law committed (from mishandling classified information to violations of intelligence law to perjury to the FISA Court).

        Second result I want to see: Voter FRAUD investigated (especially in Florida, Arizona, California, Georgia, Mississippi, and New Mexico).

        Third result I want to see: the Deep State leakers found, publicly frog-marched and prosecuted.

        Fourth result I want to see: Diane Feinstein in HANDCUFFS for her actions during the Kavanaugh hearings. She (or her staff at her direction) ACTIVELY leaked documents of a confidential nature from the Committee. Feinstein needs to be separtely censured by the Senate, but that is outside of the AG.

        Fifth result I want to see: Michael Avenatti in handcuffs, and charged with Contempt of Congress for producing a false statement in the Kavanaugh hearings. Julie Swetnick charged, and then offered an immunity deal for testimony that her statement was materially manipulated by Avenatti to change her sworn, perjurious statement to something she did NOT believe.

        These are the things that should happen immediately.

          I don’t disagree with the spirit of your wishlist, but I do fail to see how continuing to bash Sessions, now a private citizen, will help accomplish any of that. It seems a waste of energy and time to keep beating that drum, but hey, if you think it helps, go for it. I just don’t think it shows us in a good light to keep berating someone who has been fired; it smacks of kicking someone when they’re down, and that’s just wrong. Or it used to be.

          MMinLamesa in reply to Chuck Skinner. | November 12, 2018 at 7:15 am

          Yeah I want to win the lottery and wake up tomorrow 6’2″.

          So everything you want & I want are pipe dreams-choke it down.

caseoftheblues | November 11, 2018 at 4:36 pm

It appears FL race is going to be stolen during the recount…witnesses reporting ballots being destroyed and new ones produced….GOP, SOS, AG, GOP lawyers….no one seems remotely interested in stopping the Dems….

    Bucky Barkingham in reply to caseoftheblues. | November 12, 2018 at 7:17 am

    You should follow the Florida news more closely. Gov Scott has filed law suits (and won 2 of them so far) and FL AG Bondi has put FDLE and Sec of State on notice that they need to be proactive in preventing vote fraud.

That’s a lot of votes to steal. Seems like what happened is turnout on, the surface but 50+ years of demographic change without teaching fundamental American values underneath. Those were never taught in public school even when I was growing up, I’m only slowly learning about the traditions of English law, the move away from rule of kings Towards rule of law, individual rights, and a certain degree of national identity and cooperation which allowed the English to create their Famous nation of shopkeepers, while others were still nations of masters and serfs. They were an exception not the rule, when waves of immigrants started coming in after the Civil War, they had no such values, and they created Tammany Halls, Mafias, and perhaps combined with homegrown socialists and control freaks to create a leftist movements we have now..

    We are paying the price for hiring and re-hiring, and re-hiring, and re-hiring the Crying Boehners to be our bulwark against the left.

    We now reap what the Crying Boehners have sown.

    Support Trump like your freedom depends on it.

    Bucky Barkingham in reply to beagleEar. | November 12, 2018 at 7:19 am

    Time to face the fact that the country is changing and not in ways that we may like. If we keep shouting that elections results we don’t like are stolen how are we any different from the Lefties who don’t accept election results they don’t like?

Ouch, need an edit function to clean that up!

Speaking of GOPe trash, the Wall Street Journal is boosting hillary klinton as a 2020 candidate.

Like the left, rino rats never give up.

Arizona has gone bluer than Colorado. The fact that this woman ridiculed her State and all all Americans with impunity shows the degree America has become a nation of delusional conformists with no ability to think for themselves. I suspect the military will be disbanded within 20 years ala Europe and then a call for all white people to adopt 3rd world values is next. Britain now refuses Christian refugees because it upsets Muslims to know that Christians actually practice such.

Maybe the GOP shouldn’t have tried shoving another RINO down our throats. The state is still suffering from the memory of Flake and McCain. Also, McSally ran a terrible campaign that insulted our intelligence (so did Sinema, but her supporters are stupid).

    Mac45 in reply to Matt_SE. | November 11, 2018 at 10:33 pm

    Matt, you are never going to get a conservative elected to a state-wide office in Arizona, now-a-days. Over the years, the demographics have changed markedly. the Phoenix metro area, which was once a sleepy little desert city has grown to a huge metropolis . And it has done so through an influx of liberals. The Phoenix Metro area now comprises 50% of the population of Arizona. And, the majority, if not a significant majority, of them are liberal Democrats and Independents.

    However, as we conservatives did in 2008 and 2012, unless you want to put a radical liberal in an office, you have to vote for the RINO, in the general election. Otherwise, failing to vote is simply another vote for the liberal. So, depending on how many conservatives stayed home, Sinema might actually have won the election fair and square.

regulus arcturus | November 11, 2018 at 8:08 pm

This does not feel right.

There have been massive swings in leads for Superintendent of Public Instruction, Corporation Commission, and other races, miraculously resulting in Demorat leads in all.

McSally definitely ran a subpar campaign, but I do not believe that AZ would re-elect Doug Ducey by double digits, and then vote Synema. That makes zero sense.

Maybe President Trump should emulate Obama – have his new Acting AG conduct an investigation of voting irregularities in 2018 in Florida, Arizona and Georgia (for starters); browbeat the localities to sign long term consent decrees that lets Trump Justice Department control local elections; get the immediate desired results notwithstanding the Constitution.

The only way to deal with Democrat election-stealing in the short term? YES!

Distasteful? Yes. Necessary for survival of the Republic? Yes!

Eastwood Ravine | November 11, 2018 at 9:52 pm

Since Bush v Gore, there is no excuse that Republicans shouldn’t have a post-election night legal strategy and attorneys on retainer.

If the Commiecrats can’t win a election,they will steal it,by any and all means necessary.

Democrat local officials are stealing this election, and others as well. Unless there is an aggressive federal investigation and prosecution, they’ll get by with it, and go on to bigger and better frauds. They may get by with it anyway, but unless someone goes after them, there is no reason they should ever stop.

A complete moonbat. What is wrong with the people of AZ? Then again, my states re-elected Big Chief Warren, a complete fool and fraud.