NEW ARIZONA POLLS INDICATE PEDERSON WITH POSSIBLE LEAD

04 November 2006

Newspaper

Poker Players against Kyl

POKER PLAYERS AGAINST KYL have anounced a positive lead in the polls for the Senate race in Arizona where Incumbent John Kyl (R) is challenged by Jim Pederson (D)
NEW POLL: PEDERSON LEADS IN EARLY VOTING. 44 TO 40. Another poll shows that the campaign is closing further on 11/3/06. They are within the margin of error. The DSCC has just announced a $1 million ad buy in AZ.

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