Those Democrats who believe Hillary Clinton is going to win Arizona might want to keep the champaign on ice, at least until election night.
The RealClearPolitics average of polls has Clinton leading Trump by 1 point, and now a newly released Monmouth University survey shows Trump up by 1 percent.
Arizonans are never usually in this position during a presidential election, but from the looks of it, Arizona could very well be one of those states that decides who will be the next president.
According to the poll, Trump leads Clinton 46-45 with Libertarian (spoiler) Gary Johnson garnering 4 percent support.
Team Clinton recently made a big play for votes in the Cactus League when they made the call to their bullpen, asking Chelsea Clinton, her dad, and Michelle Obama, to stump for them in hopes to turn the state blue.
With the race being so tight, could the Hispanic vote, which normally votes Democrat, be the deciding factor on election night?