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Arizona Governor: Napolitano Still Leads the Pack

Majority of Arizona’s Voters Choose Incumbent Gov.

Thursday, August 31, 2006

Regardless of which Republican challenger emerges from Arizona’s September 12th primary as the official gubernatorial candidate, incumbent Gov. Janet Napolitano is firmly in charge of her re-election bid. The latest Rasmussen Reports election survey shows Napolitano leading Don Goldwater 55% to 32% and Len Munsil 52% to 33%.

These numbers represent a slight rebound for the governor in a head-to-head match up with Goldwater. She led in that contest 52% to 37% in last month’s survey. She’s dropped a point against Munsil during the same time period, but he’s dropped two; July’s survey showed her ahead 53% to 35%.

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