Sen. Mark Kelly’s term ends in 2022, and Arizona Republicans have already begun scrambling to challenge him for Sen. John McCain’s old seat.
"No matter where I am or what I am doing, I am always going to use my voice to support the Latino community and help elect people who I believe will expand opportunities in our country to include Latinos and everybody else."
Because of unusual circumstances of the Senate election, Mark Kelly could be sworn in this week—a full month before the rest of the Senate.
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.
Democratic nominee Mark Kelly has consistently outpolled and raised more money than Republican Sen. Martha McSally.
Kelly has consistently led McSally in the polls in a race that could decide the future of the Supreme Court.
Several leading 2020 Democratic candidates are trying to win back the Senate from Republicans while refusing corporate PAC money.