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Poll: Arpaio Statistically Tied With Rep. McSally in GOP Race for Arizona Senate Seat

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By    |   Wednesday, 10 January 2018 09:00 AM

Former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Rep. Martha McSally, R-Ariz., are in a statistical tie in the Republican Senate primary, a new poll by ABC15/OHPI reveals.  

The poll shows Arpaio with 29 percent of the vote; McSally with 31 percent and Kelli Ward, a former state senator, with 25 percent.

The poll was conducted on Tuesday – the same day Arpaio announced his bid for the Senate, ABC15 in Arizona reported. McSally is expected to enter the race shortly, The Hill reported.

President Donald Trump pardoned Arpaio after the former sheriff was convicted of ignoring a court order related to racial profiling, according to the website.

The poll surveyed 504 likely Republican voters in Arizona. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.36 percent.

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Former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Rep. Martha McSally, R-Ariz., are in a statistical tie in the Republican Senate primary, a new poll by ABC15/OHPI reveals.
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