Republican Debbie Lesko Wins Arizona Special Election

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Republican Debbie Lesko Wins Arizona Special Election

5 point win over Democrat much smaller than expected in this deep red district

Where to Find Results for Arizona Special Election

Polls Close at 10PM Eastern Time; the first results expected around 11PM

The Polls are Open: Arizona Special Election Today

Republicans are favored to hold the 8th district seat vacated by Trent Franks late last year

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There are now 6 vacancies in the House; one will be filled in today's Arizona 8th district special election

200 Days from the Midterms, Updating the Battle for Control of Congress

Both houses of Congress are in play, although flipping the Senate looks more difficult at this point due to the mix of seats that are contested this year

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