OH Predictive Insights again went into the field in Arizona, this time testing the AZ-8 special election. The poll (1/29; 400 AZ-8 likely Republican special primary election voters) finds the race largely developing into a two-way contest. According to the results, state Senate President Pro Tempore Debbie Lesko (R-Peoria) and state Senator Steve Montenegro (R-Litchfield Park) are tied at 21% apiece. Former state Rep. Phil Lovas places third with 12%, followed by former state Corporation Commissioner Bob Stump at 10 percent. The special primary election is February 27th, with the related general vote scheduled for April 24th. Republicans are heavy favorites to retain the seat.
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