The election for numerous places in officer is quickly approaching, with Nov. 8 now less than two months away.
Arizona voters will have to make tough decisions on who to put into the White House, among other more local choices, like who to give the state’s U.S. Senate spot to.
According to a poll done by NBC News, the race for that Senate position is relatively close so far, but one candidate has a clear lead.
“In Arizona, incumbent Republican Sen. John McCain leads Democratic challenger Ann Kirkpatrick by 19 points among likely voters, 57 percent to 38 percent,” said NBC News, and they added that the result is the same among registered voter as well.
Things could obviously change, with many debates and much campaigning left for both sides, but McCain supporters have to feel good with where their choice of Sen. sits at the moment.
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