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Democrat Rep. Kyrsten Sinema is looking to defeat Republican Rep. Martha McSally to replace Jeff Flake’s vacated seat as United States Senator from Arizona.

However, Kyrsten faces an uphill battle after the McSally campaign released a commercial showing how Sinema protected criminals caught with child prostitutes from facing tougher charges.

It is also noted that Sinema took money from founders of alleged sex trafficking websites.

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From The Daily Wire:

Arizona Democratic Senate candidate Kyrsten Sinema fought to protect criminals who had sex with child prostitutes and later took tens of thousands of dollars from the founders of an alleged sex trafficking website.

The revelation of Sinema’s disturbing views was made in an ad targeting her that recently aired which showed her downplaying the seriousness of child prostitution because, according to her, “some of these children look older than me.”

Local Arizona media fact-checked the ad and found that it was true and also found that Sinema’s defense of her voting record was misleading.

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AZ Central notes that Sinema accepted, then quietly gave back, $33,800 from a prominent Democrat donor who “has come under scrutiny after a male escort died of a drug overdose at his California home last year.”

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For Sinema, it is at least the second round of campaign cash cleansing in less than a year. In April, she donated to charity $53,400, the amount she received from those with ties to Backpage.com, a website that authorities say knowingly accepting ads offering sex with underage girls.

The latest problem involves the death of Gemmel Moore, a 26-year-old homeless man whom the Los Angeles Times described as a male escort who overdosed in Buck’s West Hollywood apartment in July.

In November, Sinema’s campaign gave $18,800 to UMOM New Day Center, a charity to help the homeless. At the same time, her Getting Stuff Done political-action committee also gave UMOM $15,000.

McSally is leading Sinema in the polls, per The Hill:

It is McSally’s first lead in the poll that comes just under eight weeks before the midterm elections.

The poll shows McSally overtaking Sinema with 49 percent of the likely vote compared to Sinema’s 46 percent, a difference that falls within the margin of error. Sinema had led by 6 points in the poll earlier this year.

Both candidates enjoy positive favorability ratings by similar margins. McSally has a 49-39 favorable/unfavorable rating, and Sinema has a 47-38 favorable/unfavorable rating.

Fox News has more on the Arizona race, a state Donald Trump won by four points:

Interest and certainty are also on the Democrat’s side: 77 percent of Sinema’s backers feel sure they will vote for her and 48 percent are extremely interested in the election. For McSally, 70 percent are certain and 43 percent are extremely interested.

Overall, about one quarter of voters (24 percent) say they could change their mind before voting.

Health care (30 percent) is the top issue for Arizona likely voters, and those voters back Sinema by 45 points. Immigration is the second concern, picked by 27 percent, and immigration voters go for McSally by 56.

How Sinema responds will be telling.

It would seem as if McSally has her over a barrel.

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