Notice it is ALWAYS the Democrats who benefit from the late vote counts days after an election should have already been decided.
Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D) took the lead in Arizona’s too-close-to-call Senate race on Thursday night, holding a razor-thin lead of 2,106 votes over Rep. Martha McSally (R).
Sinema holds a 0.1-point lead with votes rolling in from Maricopa County, according to new numbers from the Arizona secretary of state’s website.
The tally marks a shift from McSally’s initial 1-point lead as of earlier on Thursday when the GOP congresswoman was up by 17,073 votes. READ MORE: