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In Arizona, Democrats and Republicans are both trying to stay in the majority.
Democrats are hoping for a win in 2018, especially since Arizona is a swing state.
Republicans are hoping to win a House majority.
Both the Republican and Democratic National Committees have released statements about the midterm elections.
The Republicans are emphasizing that they will win back seats, while the Democrats are focusing on winning back the Senate and House.
Republicans in Arizona are targeting the district where Duceys home is located, Villa del Mar. In a statement, the Republican Party said that it will take “every single vote to take back the House of Representatives.”
Arizona Republican Sen. Steve Farley, who represents Villa del Miero, says his party will target the district because of its demographics.
He says Villa del Moros population is high-school students, seniors and people of color.
He says the Republicans are looking to capitalize on that because of how the district voted in the last election, when Democrats held the majority and Republicans lost the House.
We are going to target those people and those people are going not to be happy.
I don.t know if they are going be happy, but they are not going to be thrilled with us.
They will be very, very unhappy, Farley said.
The Democratic Party has also released a statement.
The Democratic National Committee says the GOP will target Villa del Monte because it is one of the more diverse and diverse districts in Arizona and the Democratic candidates in that district have worked to make sure that voters feel like they are getting a fair shake.
Republicans have also released some billboards in the district.
They include a billboard that reads “Villa del Moro: Our Country’s Strongest and Most Valuable.”
Republican Rep. Michael Crapo, who has represented Villa del Del Moros since 2007, said his district is one that voters like to see change.
Crapo said his office was working with Democrats to target voters who are tired of the status quo.
He said Republicans have been targeting the districts voters see as being in the most Democratic.
They are trying to make the district as much Democratic as possible.
In Villa del del Mar, Democrats say they are working to make their district more competitive.
Democratic Rep. Michelle Martinez, who represented Villa Del Moro for seven years, says Republicans are trying their best to turn it blue, and she says she has been receiving emails from constituents that say that the GOP is targeting them.
She says it is disappointing that Republicans are targeting voters and trying to scare them with false allegations.
Martinez says that her office is trying to take out negative ads, but the Republican National Committee has said that the Republican candidates are targeting Democrats.
She says she is working with the RNC to help Democrats take out those ads.