Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D) took the lead in Arizona’s too-close-to-call Senate race on Thursday evening, holding a razor-thin lead of two,106 votes over Rep. Martha McSallyMartha Elizabeth McSallySchumer: 2020 ‘doesn’t bode well’ for GOP Overnight Defense: What the midterms mean for defense panels | Pompeo cancels North Korea meeting | Trump eyes Kim summit in early 2019 | Pentagon drops name for border mission Handful of races remain undecided a day after midterms MORE (R).
Sinema holds a zero.1-point lead with votes rolling in from Maricopa County, in keeping with new numbers from the Arizona secretary of state’s website.
The tally marks a shift from McSally’s preliminary 1-point lead as of earlier on Thursday, when the GOP congresswoman was up by 17,073 votes.
An Arizona supply instructed The Hill that the newest numbers are roughly 150,000 votes from Maricopa County, with one other 345,000 excellent votes nonetheless left from that county, which incorporates the capital of Phoenix. The Maricopa County recorder introduced that the following replace might be posted on Friday at 5 p.m. native time.