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Race for open Senate seat has potential to be long, costly and bruising (access required)

For Tempe-based pollster Michael O’Neil, there are elections and then there are “real elections.”

He believes the race this year for the seat being vacated by Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl falls into the latter category.

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