Arizona GOP Voters Undecided For Governor - Could It Be Andrew Thomas?
Recent polls suggest a lot of people who will end up voting in Arizona's Republican gubernatorial primary haven't made up their minds about who will receive that vote.
Some analysts have speculated about whether that means Andrew Thomas could make history as a disbarred former county attorney running with public money who somehow pulled a huge upset.
We spoke to Greg Patterson of Espresso Pundit about that. And historian Jack August compared Thomas' campaign to the 1986 race that led to Evan Mecham shocking the public by winning the governor's race.