Masters tied with Hamadeh for Arizona House as Trump factors into race: Internal poll

EXCLUSIVE — Blake Masters, who lost his Senate bid in Arizona last cycle and is running to represent the state’s 8th Congressional District, is tied with a candidate backed by former President Donald Trump in a crowded primary for the deep-red Arizona House seat, according to an internal polling memo commissioned by Masters’s campaign. 

The poll, first shared with the Washington Examiner, shows Masters and Republican Abe Hamadeh, last year’s unsuccessful attorney general nominee, both with 24% of support from likely Republican primary voters in the race to succeed retiring Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-AZ).

The other candidates registered in the single digits. Former Rep. Trent Franks, who resigned from the seat in 2017 after he made unwanted advances toward female staffers about being a surrogate for him and his wife, has 9%.
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