McSally received 140,000 fewer votes than Republican Gov. Doug Ducey in 2018, leading to her loss in the Senate race against Kyrsten Sinema.
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."
Several leading 2020 Democratic candidates are trying to win back the Senate from Republicans while refusing corporate PAC money.
Arizonans can enter their address on the Gun Sense Voter website to learn which gun safety advocates will appear on their ballot.
Arizona Republicans received fewer donations than Democrats for the first time in more than 20 years.
In Arizona, Martha McSally is volunteering at the Salvation Army, while Mark Kelly is using his background as an astronaut to entertain kids stuck at home.