/ Modified nov 5, 2016 7 a.m.

Analyzing Arizona Races with All Eyes on Top of Ballot

How will presidential campaign efforts in the state affect local votes?

The candidates have spoken, votes have been cast and Arizona's turned into a battleground state. But what does it all mean in the majority of races on your ballot in Pima County?

On this episode of Metro Week we ask for analysis from the journalists covering the races you're deciding.

Christopher Conover of AZPM talks about the national campaign's impact on Arizona's 2nd Congressional District, what's at stake in Pima County Supervisor District 3, and the campaign ad about which he's hearing the most chatter.

Dan Shearer, editor of the Green Valley News and Sahuarita Sun, analyzes the race for Pima County sheriff and the the 2nd Congressional District. He also offers a surprising note about the race for county assessor.

Linda Valdez, a columnist at The Arizona Republic, shares her view Arizona's 1st Congressional District, sheriffs as politicians, and whose campaign emails she's sick of deleting.

Dylan Smith, editor and publisher of TucsonSentinel.com, talks about candidate effectiveness, Pima County Supervisor District 1 why there's no race in Arizona's 3rd Congressional District.

Still weighing your vote? Catch candidate interviews on previous episodes, and find your poling location online.

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