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AP, file

President Trump will travel to Flagstaff next week.

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Arizona voters have a chance to do something Tuesday that they have not done in decades — produce a close result in a presidential race.

The contest between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton could go down to the wire after Democrats spent heavily in Arizona and mobilized an aggressive get-out-the-vote effort in the traditionally red state.

Arizona voters head to the polls Tue, Nov. 8 for the 2016 U.S. general election. The primary focus this election, of course, is the presidential race between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton. Libertarian Gary Johnson and Green Party Candidate Jill Stein also appear on the ballot.

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Hillary Clinton reveled in reliably red Arizona, seeking to pluck a Republican state away from Donald Trump in the closing days of the caustic race for the White House. Trump, meanwhile, campaigned with rare discipline as he tries to close his gap with Clinton before next week's election.

Associated Press

 Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine is coming to Phoenix to deliver a speech entirely in Spanish.

Democrats are billing the Spanish speech on Thursday as a first for a candidate on the White House ticket.

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