From some ocean front property in Arizona a visible blue wave formed yesterday. Similar to the Florida primary, the Republicans turned out over 100K more voters than the Democrats, the results show that the turnout percentages are similar to the 2016 presidential election. Remember Arizona was a tossup leading up to the 2016 election…and then President Donald Trump won the state by 4%.
Note, at the time of this posting, there are still a few votes being counted in Maricopa county, which leans Republican.
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Fast forward 3 months since this was written, and this senate seat just flipped blue. Your Blue wave flop in AZ statement sounds like the flop to me… BLUE WAVE CONFIRMED! 🌊🌊🌊🌊