The FEC filing divulges that the $40,000 worth of calls have both pro-Debbie Lesko and anti-Hiral Tipirneni messages, while the mail piece is simply negative against the Democratic nominee.
Arizona's Politics has been documenting the new phenomenon of heavy GOP spending for the Congressional seat that was held for many years by Trent Franks.
The Arizona Secretary of State's Office today lowered its turnout forecast to 278,000 ballots, noting that half of that number have already been cast. 49% of the cast ballots belong to registered Republicans, while 28% are from Democrats and 23% are from independents/others/PNDs.
.@SecretaryReagan update on #AZ08 early ballots: 6.6k processed over weekend, now at 139k. Party aggregate stayed remarkably steady at GOP 48.81%, DEM 27.54%, IND 23.19%. Turnout forecast decreased to around 278k. https://t.co/OU4JNhQPf4— The AZ Data Guru (@Garrett_Archer) April 17, 2018
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