Kyrsten Sinema Democratic candidate Of Arizona has gradually opened up a lead ahead toward the finish line. She will probably the next U.S. Senate member to replace retiring Sen. Jeff Flake open seat.
On Saturday night, Democratic candidate Kyrsten Sinema remained on top with a small percentage point ahead of Republican Martha McSally. She gained 4,000 votes from a batch of ballots tallied in Maricopa County as well as a few thousand from elsewhere in the state.
For the time being Kyrsten Sinema now leads McSally 49.51 percent to 48.15 percent, according to results provided by election officials at 11 p.m. Eastern time Saturday. This race becomes more ad amazing and nobody really knows who’s going to win this election. As officials count mail-in ballots, raising the prospects of Democrats winning a long-held GOP seat.
It may take another week to count all the votes. Arizona from the previous election always takes more than a week totally its mail ballots. McSally on the other side is super confident. Because she is expecting for a last-minute shift toward her in the remaining ballots.
However, Kyrsten Sinema now leads McSally 49.51 percent to 48.15 percent, according to the last results provided by election officials on Saturday late night. This is an important story we are continuing observing in this because both candidates are women competing against each other. In a tight race of more than 250,000 outstanding cover 2.4 million votes were cast in the election.
Arizona is one of three U.S. Senate races remain so far unresolved since Election Day. Nevertheless, Republicans were certain to gain the control the Senate majority next year. But unsolved race can weak their majority in case of some remained seats flip to Democrats.