Fortunes appear to have flipped for the two Democrats as the midterm campaign enters the home stretch in a fast-growing, diverse state that is increasingly central to how the Democratic Party sees its future.
Biden’s visit to Arizona was marked with small, mask-wearing, socially distant crowds—a stark contrast to the Trump campaign’s crowded rallies.
The Trump campaign said all future campaign events – including ones planned in Tucson and Flagstaff – will be performed virtually or postponed indefinitely.
There have been nearly 75,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Arizona, but politicians like Sen. Martha McSally continue to hold in-person events.
While local leaders urged residents to avoid crowds, Sen. Martha McSally invited donors to join her for tacos and "martha-ritas."
President Donald Trump is coming back to the Valley to address a crowd of young people at a convention hosted by Students for Trump at Dream City Church.
Political candidates in this unique election year will adapt to the new reality and campaigns will go on during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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