Katie Hobbs projected to beat Kari Lake for Ariz. governor, in Trump's latest midterm loss

Nov 15, 2022 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

49% : The top issues on her stump included public education, water management and housing affordability.
48% : Asked by ABC News last month if she would support legislation that protected abortion until viability, following the guidelines of Roe, Hobbs said she didn't want to "talk about hypotheticals."
46% : Lake pitched herself as "ultra MAGA" and a "mama bear" fighting for the "Arizona First" movement, and she said her first act as governor would be to declare an invasion at the southern border.
45% : While she struggled to articulate her own plan for the border, Hobbs blamed inaction from both parties in Washington and warned that Lake's plan at the southern border would "bring untold levels of chaos into our state."
43% : Her campaign picked up momentum in September, when a pre-statehood, near-total ban on abortion took effect in the wake of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
37% : Hobbs and state attorney general candidate Kris Mayes hit the trail together to say they would not enforce any bans on abortion in Arizona, unlike their opponents.

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