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Not only is she a nasty bitch, she's a nasty pandering bitch:

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HAIL MARY time? Dem AZ Senate hopeful Kyrsten Sinema now ‘supports Trump sending 5000 troops to the border’


She demonstrated she's a liberal and devout socialist. Former conservative Gov. Jan Brewer also pointed that out recently. But Sinema wants to establish herself as an Independent since so many AZ voters are registered as Independent.

She asked for support from the AZ State Troopers Association. Neither AZ DPS nor ASTA can support political candidates by state constitution and because ASTA is a 501(c) organization. ASTA does have a PAC whose Board threw her support without consulting the ASTA membership. However, her commercials still reflected AZ State Troopers supported her instead of the PAC. Hundreds of AZ DPS Troopers, threatened to drop out of ASTA which caused the PAC to withdraw that support.

While her brother is supposedly a LEO (not certain where) I am not aware of any LE organization that supports Sinema. He did a silly political ad with her early in the campaign.

Sinema is nothing more than a new age Hanoi Jane Fonda in my opinion.


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Arizona Senate Election Results: Martha McSally vs. Kyrsten Sinema

Martha McSally leads by 0.9 percentage points, or 15,838 votes, over Kyrsten Sinema with 99 percent of precincts reporting.

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Martha McSally Republican 850,980 49.3%
Kyrsten Sinema Democrat 835,142 48.4
Angela Green Green 38,655 2.2


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Arizona Senate Election Results: Martha McSally vs. Kyrsten Sinema

Martha McSally leads by 0.9 percentage points, or 15,838 votes, over Kyrsten Sinema with 99 percent of precincts reporting.

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Martha McSally Republican 850,980 49.3%
Kyrsten Sinema Democrat 835,142 48.4
Angela Green Green 38,655 2.2
Don't know who Angela Green is, but I'm pretty sure I loathe her.


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Who do you think the Green Party candidate siphoned those 38,000 votes from?
Not the Republican.
She handed us the victory.

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Who do you think the Green Party candidate siphoned those 38,000 votes from?
Not the Republican.
She handed us the victory.

Bruce


Most likely, yes. No Republican is voting for the Green party if he has any clue at all what he's doing.


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When will the results be final?
 
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McSally wasn’t my choice in the primary, but I voted for her in the general election. What I really, truly don’t understand is how Doug Ducey wins by 18% and McSally is only ahead by 0.9%? How do you vote for one but not the other? Confused
 
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^^ We're trying to figure out the same thing in Texas.
 
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^^^^^^^^^^^

Yep, Abbott wins by a much larger margin than Cruz, and the explaination I hear is that "Lots of Democrats love Abbott" Roll Eyes

Bullshit.

The Senate races in Texas and Arizona were perhaps the most important ones in the country.
Project Veritas just barely touched on illegal voting in Texas. There are millions of illegal aliens in this country, and they do serve a useful purpose for certain folks.



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I have no doubt that illegals voted all over the country. But in Texas and Arizona is just doesn't make sense to me that they voted for the D for the senate race, but voted for the R for governor. It just seems like they'd vote more straight ticket D than jump around between the two parties..?
 
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been living here in southern Arizona for three years now and I cannot figure out the voters here - they seem somehow psychotic when it comes to the ballot box

things are getting much better here, things are improvisor, companies are moving back, wages seem to be on the increase, home values are off their lows and increasing

I can be at the border in 60 miles, we have DMAFB and the single largest collection of CBP agents anywhere in the country

and the people here still lean libtard

I just don't understand it

three of my six neighbors are libtards as is the city councils and school boards



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been living here in southern Arizona for three years now and I cannot figure out the voters here - they seem somehow psychotic when it comes to the ballot box

things are getting much better here, things are improvisor, companies are moving back, wages seem to be on the increase, home values are off their lows and increasing

I can be at the border in 60 miles, we have DMAFB and the single largest collection of CBP agents anywhere in the country

and the people here still lean libtard

I just don't understand it

three of my six neighbors are libtards as is the city councils and school boards


There's something about the presence of money and success that seems to make people stupid. I help manage people's money and I see it all the time.

I read somewhere that the places where the Republicans were in the most trouble were places with economies that were booming or improving.

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My mail-in ballot took me over two hours to complete. There were something like 40 retain or reject judges on there, none of whom I'd ever heard of. I researched all of them. Then there were the school board, corp. commission, mayoral, state leg. elections, ballot initiatives and a few really obscure ones I had no idea about and couldn't find anything about online. So I can see a lot of folks just connecting the arrow next to Ducey's name and then being discouraged when they see how much more there is to go to complete the ballot.
 
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The odd voting in AZ might be contributed to the large % of Independent voters. This is the latest from the Secretary Of State's Office.

Voter Registration Statistics - November 1, 2018*

Registered Voters

Democratic 1,151,745
Green 6,463
Libertarian 31,583
Republican 1,288,332
Other 1,238,038

Total 3,716,161

AZ had a population of over 7,000,000 residents in 2017. Half the population didn't vote this midterm for one reason or another. We're natives and seen the state shift from red to purple with the influx of out of state (mostly east/west coast) people moving here. Three large regional universities contribute to the liberalism.


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I just don't understand it


I will make a guess that none of those people have served in the military, especially in combat. They have lived in peace in their own little worlds while others serving in distant lands paid the price for their freedoms. When America was at war in WW II, did this happen? No. The generations that followed did this. I guarantee WW II and Korea war vets or their families were not the ones who spit on returning Vietnam vets.

The same disconnect exists today.
 
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been living here in southern Arizona for three years now and I cannot figure out the voters here - they seem somehow psychotic when it comes to the ballot box

things are getting much better here, things are improvisor, companies are moving back, wages seem to be on the increase, home values are off their lows and increasing

I can be at the border in 60 miles, we have DMAFB and the single largest collection of CBP agents anywhere in the country

and the people here still lean libtard

I just don't understand it

three of my six neighbors are libtards as is the city councils and school boards


Problem is, Democrats are the majority in leadership here.

I've been to a few Tucson City Council meetings and the Pima County commissioner meetings and when I leave the building I look for the sign on the wall that reads: "Bang head here".

IMO, the TCC and the Pima County commissioners are some of the dumbest people I ever met.


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It looks like the election is in the process of being stolen by the dems. Mad
 
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been living here in southern Arizona for three years now and I cannot figure out the voters here - they seem somehow psychotic when it comes to the ballot box

things are getting much better here, things are improvisor, companies are moving back, wages seem to be on the increase, home values are off their lows and increasing

I can be at the border in 60 miles, we have DMAFB and the single largest collection of CBP agents anywhere in the country

and the people here still lean libtard

I just don't understand it

three of my six neighbors are libtards as is the city councils and school boards

Thankfully the vast majority of the state is still right/conservatives
I recently moved to Arizona (couple years back) from NY to escape a leftist gulag and most ( by no means not all) those transplanting here are trying to escape the liberals not importing those views to AZ
 
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Looking online a litle while ago, I saw that Sinema now has a 2000 vote lead with about 650,000 votes to go. This could be a while.


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Looking online a litle while ago, I saw that Sinema now has a 2000 vote lead with about 650,000 votes to go. This could be a while.
Probably because Maricopa County (Phoenix) is the last to be counted, and like all big cities tends to be Democrat. Sinema's lead now is about 9000.

My sister (bless her departed soul) would be furious over this--she was definitely Conservative in her views. Her sons, however, are not. (My nephews and I don't agree on very many things.)

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