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Suspense and uncertainty now hang over the U.S. Senate race, where Democrat Kyrsten Sinema and Republican candidate Martha McSally are locked in a race separated by just 2,106 votes, according to updated election results.
The updated results, updated at 5 p.m. Thursday, was the first time since election night that the results were substantively updated.
The article goes on to state the following:
Sinema was leading. She had 914,243 votes, representing 48.91 percent of the total reported votes while McSally had 912,137 votes, or 48.80 percent. Green Party candidate Angela Green earned 43,056.
At mid-day Thursday, McSally stood at 856,848 votes, or 49.37 percent, while Sinema had 839,775 or 48.39 percent. Green Party candidate Angela Green earned 38,978 votes, representing 2.25 percent of the votes posted so far.
It’s too soon to know who will ultimately prevail.
According to the Arizona Secretary of State website, Sinema now leads McSally by a little over 2000 votes.
Sinema: 914,243 — 48.91%
McSally: 912,137 — 48.80%https://t.co/FNfqys0v0z
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