Gov. Doug Ducey Holds “Commanding” 12-Point Lead In Arizona Governor’s Race

As voters learn about David Garcia’s radical agenda, they don’t like what he stands for.

The RGA writes:

GOP Governor Doug Ducey holds a “commanding” lead over his Democrat opponent David Garcia, according to a new poll from the Arizona Republic. Ducey leads Garcia 50% to 38%, a 12 point margin that is “the largest lead of any survey released after the August primary election.”

As voters learn about David Garcia’s radical agenda, they don’t like what he stands for. Garcia supports abolishing ICE, and has advocated for “no wall” on Arizona’s southern border. He also says Arizonans should “absolutely” pay more in taxes.

While David Garcia embraces the far-left, Governor Ducey has delivered results for the people of Arizona, securing the border, growing teacher pay, and bringing jobs back to the state. This Arizona Republic poll makes it clear that voters want to keep the state headed in the right direction, and are not embracing David Garcia’s radical, irresponsible agenda.

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