Stories tagged: "Martha McSally"


Julian Rosales poses for a portrait dressed as then-candidate Mark Kelly for Halloween on the last day of early voting at Fowler Elementary Early Voting Center in Phoenix, Arizona. Kelly went on to win his bid for US Senate, and was sworn in on Dec. 2, 2020.
Though Not the ‘Blue Wave’ They Hoped for, Arizona Democrats Made Gains in 2020

While they grabbed the top two races on the ballot, Democrats made smaller gains in state, local, and congressional races.

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Joe Biden Wins Arizona

Biden is the second Democratic presidential candidate since 1948 to claim victory in the longtime Republican stronghold.

Mark Kelly, right, Arizona Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, waves to supporters along with his wife Gabrielle Giffords, second from right, and daughters, Claire Kelly, left, and Claudia Kelly, second from left, during an election night event Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020 in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Mark Kelly Wins Senate Race, Prepares to Be Seated Later This Month

Arizona will send two Democrats to the Senate for the first time in nearly 70 years when Kelly joins Kyrsten Sinema in Washington later this month.

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McSally, GOP Abandon COVID Relief Efforts and Switch Focus to Supreme Court Replacement

If Democrat Mark Kelly wins this fall, McSally may not even get the chance to vote on a Supreme Court nominee.

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McSally May Be Down In The Polls And Fundraising — But She’s Not Dumping Trump During The Pandemic

GOP senators running tight races when it comes to Trump’s response to the coronavirus pandemic say he has done, and continues to do, a tremendous job.

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Friends Like These: McSally Associate Under Investigation for Pandemic Profiteering

The longtime Republican fundraiser is under investigation for failing to fulfill contracts for in-demand medical equipment.

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Arizona Disbands Coronavirus Modeling Team as State Nears 10,000 Cases

Arizona's number of COVID-19 cases continued to rise Wednesday, two days after the state disbanded a team of researchers working on coronavirus models.