Governor Ducey Surging Two Weeks Out From Election Day As Race Ratings Move To “Likely R”
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PHOENIX — Governor Ducey is surging into the final two weeks of the election as more race ratings upgrade the Arizona governor’s race to “Likely Republican” and polls show him leading by double-digits.
Races are commonly rated on a scale from Toss-Up to Lean to Likely based on their competitiveness. Larry Sabato’s Crystal Ball, Nathan Gonzales’s Inside Elections, POLITICO, and RealClearPolitics have all upgraded the governor’s race from “Lean Republican” to “Likely Republican” in recent days. In addition, the Washington Post and FiveThirtyEight recently added the race as “Likely Republican.” The Cook Political Report also rates Arizona as “Likely Republican.”
Editorial boards across Arizona are also lining up behind Governor Ducey. The Arizona Daily Star, Arizona Republic, Casa Grande Dispatch, Havasu News-Herald, and Prescott Daily Courier newspapers have endorsed Ducey for a second term in recent weeks.
About Doug Ducey:
Doug Ducey is committed to securing Arizona’s future. In his first year as governor, he took a $1 billion deficit and balanced the budget, without raising taxes. He is committed to improving K-12 education, and has added nearly $2.7 billion to Arizona public schools. He’s cut regulations to stimulate jobs and has reduced taxes every year. In addition, Governor Ducey launched Arizona’s Border Strike Force, to enhance security along Arizona’s southern border and stop cartels and human traffickers.