Arizona's US Senate races have attracted the national spotlight every election cycle since Sen. Kyrsten Sinema was first elected in 2018.
Despite lackluster fundraising, Sinema has spent roughly $200,000 of her campaign funds on wine, hotels, chauffeured rides, and airfare—all in the past 12 months.
If enacted, Biden's plan would forgive up to $20,000 in federal student loan debt for borrowers making less than $125,000 per year.
A recent survey of the 2024 Arizona Senate race indicates that Arizonans not only favor Rep. Gallego over Sen. Sinema but also that Sen. Sinema is the most unfavorable political candidate in the state.
"I'm better for this job than Kyrsten Sinema because I haven’t forgotten where I came from."
US Sen. Kyrsten Sinema announced Friday that she switched parties, going from a Democrat to an Arizona independent.
Sinema has long aligned herself with the interests of private equity, hedge funds and venture capital, helping her net at least $1.5 million in campaign contributions.
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