Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation expanding the Arizona Supreme Court from five justices to seven in 2016.
Sen. Martha McSally often toes the party line, but hasn't yet said which Republican she'll support to lead the Senate should her party maintain a majority.
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.
Veterans have expressed frustration that GOP leaders are putting their health at risk by promoting an untested drug as a potential coronavirus medication.
The Senator suggested smaller cities rely on trickle-down from larger municipalities who qualify for coronavirus relief.
A coalition of mayors are asking McSally to break with Mitch McConnell and reject plans that would allow municipalities to go bankrupt.
Arizona Republicans received fewer donations than Democrats for the first time in more than 20 years.