A Hillary Clinton supporter holds up a t-shirt as first lady Michelle Obama speaks at an Arizona Democratic Party Early Vote rally in support of Clinton on October 20, 2016 in Phoenix, Arizona. Ralph Freso/Getty Images/AFP
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There is palpable momentum for Democrat Hillary Clinton in Arizona, a state so traditionally Republican that her party's nominee for president has carried it just once in the past 64 years. Encouraged by Donald Trump's failure to unite the GOP in Arizona, long-hungry Democrats are scrambling to capitalize in the campaign's final weeks. With preference polls tightening in Arizona, Clinton's campaign sees the state as a late addition to the list of closely contested states.That was Trump's last visit to Arizona, more than seven weeks ago.This past week, McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, further denounced Trump after Trump refused to say at the final presidential debate that he would accept the results of the election.One of the most high-profile GOP opponents of Trump's candidacy, Flake called Trump's comments "beyond the pale".Republican Steve Voeller, a strategist and Flake's former chief of staff, said Trump's problems have given Clinton an opening. It's possible that the conditions in Arizona could yield similar results for Clinton in Georgia.
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