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Democrat Kyrsten Sinema Wins Battle to Replace Sen. Jeff Flake

Democrat congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema was declared the winner of Arizona’s U.S. Senate race Monday night, almost a week after final midterm election votes were cast. Republican Martha McSally showed an early lead in the race to replace Sen. Jeff Flake as one of Arizona’s two U.S. Senators, but after two days of vote counting, that lead flipped to Democrat Sinema. That lead widened as Maricopa County released batch after batch of vote results. As of Monday evening, Sinema had garnered 49.68 percent of the vote to McSally’s 47.96 percent, a…

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Pro-Bernie Sanders Arizona Vote Recorder Was Attorney for Fast and Furious Gun Buyer

The Maricopa County vote recorder employing controversial vote-counting practices was the defense attorney for an accused Mexican cartel gun straw purchaser. Maricopa County recorder Adrian Fontes defended Manuel Celis-Acosta in 2011 after an arrest for involvement in the Fast and Furious government gun-running scandal. “Before he was elected in 2016 as Maricopa County recorder, Adrian Fontes was an attorney representing clients in narco-terrorism and firearms scandals,” Fox News reported. Celis-Acosta reportedly transferred thousands of guns to the Sinaloa Cartel. This included the firearm used to kill Border Patrol agent Brian Terry.…

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Democrat Kyrsten Sinema Slight Lead in Arizona Due to Maricopa as Recorders Sued

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema retained a tight lead over Republican opponent Martha McSally in Arizona’s midterm election race to replace Jeff Flake in the U.S. Senate as of late Friday. Maricopa County, Arizona’s far-and-away highest volume voting county, announced it had completed counting ballots Friday. The results bumped Sinema’s slight lead to one percent. Sinema’s lead only emerged after results of additional ballots counted were released late Thursday, two days after the Tuesday midterm election.  The Arizona Secretary of State reported as of Saturday 201,912 ballots cast at polling places, 629,067…

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Trump Bashes Democrat Efforts to Steal Elections in Florida, Arizona

President Trump took to Twitter Friday evening to slam Democrats, specifically those in Arizona and Florida, after vote totals continue to change in favor of Democrat candidates. In one of the tweets, President Trump questioned how Rick Scott, the Republican candidate for Senate in Florida, only leads Democrat Bill Nelson by 15,000 votes after leading by 50,000 plus votes on election day. Trump referred to it as “The Broward Effect.” Rick Scott was up by 50,000+ votes on Election Day, now they “found” many votes and he is only up…

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***Live Updates*** 2018 Midterm Election Results

Welcome to the Breitbart News LiveWire of the 2018 midterm elections. Democrats need to pick up 23 seats to take back the House of Representatives and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), who is looking to regain her Speakership, said earlier in the day that she is 100% certain that Democrats will win back the House. As David Axelrod said on CNN, Trump will either win the House tonight or retiring House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) will lose it. Democrats are less optimistic about taking back the Senate, especially after…

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8 Times Kyrsten Sinema Degraded Arizonans, Moms, Republicans

Democrat Senate candidate Kyrsten Sinema’s history of slamming groups of people has surfaced repeatedly during her Arizona campaign. Here are eight instances: 1.)  “Crazy.” That’s what Sinema called Arizonans and Republicans at a 2011 Texas event counseling others on how to avoid becoming like Arizona. [embedded content] 2.)  “Leeching off their husbands or boyfriends.” That’s what Sinema said of stay-at-home moms in a 2006 interview with 944 magazine. 3.)  “Neanderthals.” That’s what Sinema called Republicans in that same 944 magazine interview. Later she met with criticism over the remarks, and…

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Poll: Republican McSally Takes Commanding 7-Point Lead Over Democrat Sinema in Arizona

A new poll from OH Predictive Insights and ABC15 Arizona (ABC15/OHPI) shows Republican Martha McSally steadily leading Democrat Kyrsten Sinema in the Arizona United States Senate race. McSally currently holds a seven point lead over Sinema, 52 percent to Sinema’s 45 percent. Two percent are still undecided and one percent support Green candidate Angela Green. The poll, conducted via phone from October 22-23, also found Sinema to be unfavorable among 50 percent of voters, compared to McSally’s 44 percent. “With the hottest race in the country coming to an end, McSally…

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Republicans Confidently Move Closer to Improving Senate Majority

A fresh set of polls out this week and last have Republicans more confident than ever that, while questions over which party will control the House majority after the midterms still loom, they will likely lock up not just control of the Senate majority but a strengthened majority to boot. The GOP currently has 51 seats in the Senate, while Democrats and independents who caucus with Democrats hold 49 seats–meaning Republicans, walking into Nov. 6, cling to the slimmest of majorities ahead of the midterms. But because of the map…

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***Live Updates*** Trump Holds Arizona Rally

President Donald Trump will hold a Friday evening rally in Mesa, Arizona, as he continues to crisscross the country to boost Republican candidates ahead of the midterms. Trump campaigned in Montana on Thursday evening and will campaign in Nevada on Saturday afternoon. He will headline a Texas rally on Monday evening before heading to Wisconsin. Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates. All times eastern.— 9:00 PM: Trump expected to address the packed crowd soon: WOW – Mesa, Arizona! Look forward to joining everyone soon. Something’s happening!! #MAGA🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/z6LNGYoICO…

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Poll: McSally Takes Lead Over Sinema in Arizona as Republicans Solidify Senate Majority Prospects

Republicans are receiving more good news Wednesday morning, as Rep. Martha McSally (R-AZ)–the GOP nominee for U.S. Senate in Arizona–has taken a solidified lead over Democrat nominee Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ). McSally, in this latest poll released Wednesday, leads Sinema by six percent in their bid to replace retiring Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ). At 47 percent, McSally has pulled far ahead of Sinema’s 41 percent. Green Party candidate Angela Green gets four percent of the vote, and eight percent are undecided. The survey was conducted from Oct. 1 to Oct.…

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