The purple trending state of Arizona is something of an enigma to outsiders. What propelled it to its swing-state status, and how can President Trump win there again?

With less than two weeks until Election Day, these salient questions have an added sense of urgency.

Knowledge is the best antidote to anxiety. As Arizona’s Republican National Committeewoman, Lori Klein can speak definitively about the presidential election in Arizona and the marquee Senate race there:

Klein makes a critical point about the Senate race between incumbent Republican Martha McSally and Democrat Mark Kelly. Kelly wouldn’t have to wait until January to be sworn in since McSally was appointed to the seat following John McCain’s death. That will have an enormous impact if the Senate doesn’t vote to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court before Election Day.

Klein is optimistic that this dynamic will allow McSally to erase her polling deficit against Kelly and continue to give Trump a slight edge in the internal polling.

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doug
doug
1 year ago

CA democrats who ruined CA with their stupidity now bring the same stupidity to AZ and try to ruin it too !!!

Mikey
Mikey
1 year ago
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Let’s just pray they don’t succeed. When I was growing up there a Democrat couldn’t get elected dog catcher.

Margaret S
Margaret S
1 year ago

Liberal Californians moving to Arizona is what has diluted the vote. They brought their Democrat thinking with them.

Tom
Tom
1 year ago

They should be Mark Kelly is a liar and a crook. That is why he soaked his County for 15 million dollars. Then he turned around and stuck it to the American taxpayer for 1 million dollars from the PPP. His company has less employee’s than a restaurant.