GOP, Dems team up to rip 'delusional' Sinema over 'plan' to swipe their voters in independent reelection bid

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  • 09/28/2023

Republicans and Democrats in the swing state of Arizona found themselves on the same team this week after a report that Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, I-Ariz., had formulated a "path to victory" for a potential independent reelection bid that would involve her swiping enough votes from each of the party's candidates to come out on top.

According to the NBC News report published Monday, Sinema, a former Democrat, and her team have been putting together a campaign strategy to do just that while also pitching donors and potential supporters on her chances of winning the race as an independent.

The report included a two-page document outlining what it said was her 34% favorability rating among Republicans and that she "will win" a majority of independent voters, "at least a third" of Republican voters and "a percentage" of Democrat voters if each of the parties nominate "extremists."

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