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Tobin maintaining thin lead in sprawling CD1 Republican race, still too close to call (access required)

The three-way Republican primary in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District is still too close to call, as Arizona House speaker Andy Tobin and rancher Gary Kiehne are locked in a near tie, and neither is conceding the race. As of Thursday morning, Tobin was holding a lead of 469 votes.

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