PHOENIX (AP) -- Republican Doug Ducey and Democrat Fred DuVal are set to face off for the fifth and final time as each tries to convince voters to elect them as the next Arizona governor.
Ducey and DuVal will meet at a Scottsdale resort Tuesday afternoon for a one-hour debate sponsored by Arizona Women's Forum and Charter 100 Arizona.
The debate is likely to be heated as the candidates try to capitalize on their final side-by-side matchup.
Their fourth meeting on Sept. 29 saw the major party candidates spar on Ducey's record as a businessman and DuVal's longtime Democratic Party activism. Earlier debates focused on education and the economy.
Early voting started last week, and the general election will be held on Nov. 4.