Repub­li­cans fear a three-way Sen­ate race in Ari­zona could tilt con­test toward Democ­rats

Republicans fear a three-way Senate race in Arizona could tilt contest toward Democrats

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When Sen. Kyrsten Sine­ma (I‑AZ) left the Demo­c­ra­t­ic Par­ty last year to become an inde­pen­dent, many polit­i­cal experts believed if she decid­ed to run for reelec­tion, her bid could ulti­mate­ly boost a Repub­li­can can­di­date to vic­to­ry.
How­ev­er, recent polling sug­gests Sine­ma could siphon away twice as many Repub­li­can vot­ers as Democ­rats in a poten­tial three-way race in a state that is 34% Repub­li­can, 34% inde­pen­dent, and 30% Demo­c­ra­t­ic, accord­ing to Ari­zona data. Sine­ma has not yet said whether she will run, but if she does, she would like­ly face Rep. Ruben Gal­lego (D‑AZ), a Demo­c­ra­t­ic pro­gres­sive who announced his bid in Jan­u­ary, and Kari Lake, a polar­iz­ing con­ser­v­a­tive who lost her elec­tion for gov­er­nor last year.
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The Nation­al Repub­li­can Sen­a­to­r­i­al Com­mit­tee is attempt­ing to sway the GOP elec­torate away from Sine­ma and Gal­lego with a new ad this week titled “A Choice.” The spot claims Sine­ma votes with the pres­i­dent “100%” of the time with­out men­tion­ing the headaches the Ari­zona inde­pen­dent h …