G. McConway
November 2, 2022

Third-Party Candidate Drops Out, Endorses Blake Masters

There has been a big change in the Arizona Senate race that may be just enough to give Blake Masters the win over Senator Mark Kelly (D-AZ).

Libertarian Marc Victor has decided to drop out of the race.

He immediately threw his support behind Masters.

Big Swing

In the most recent average of polls, Masters was trailing Kelly by 2.4 points.

However, Masters has been trending up, so this is more than likely a dead-even race at this point.

Victor has been consistently getting about three percent support.

If his voters follow his lead and get behind Masters, that gives Masters a definitive edge in the race.

Victor, in endorsing Masters, stated, "And while we don't see eye to eye on everything, I feel very confident after that conversation that Blake Masters is going to do everything he possibly can to further the interests of the Live and Let Live Global Peace Movement."

Kelly's collapse in this race is not as bad as John Fetterman's in PA, but it is pretty close.

Early on, he had a commanding double-digit lead, but Masters has continued to chip away while Biden's policies crush the country and immigration continues to be out of control.

Kelly has done nothing, getting elected off having been an astronaut and the horrific shooting of his wife in 2011.

Those two storylines got him elected, but now he has a record to stand on, and it is not good.

If Masters can pull this off, it will be a HUGE upset and a massive feather in the cap of Donald Trump.

Source: New York Post

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