WASHINGTON - Arizona's Senate race is now the state's most expensive campaign, with the latest Federal Election Commission filings showing the two candidates have pulled in a staggering $133.7 million so far.
If passed on Nov. 3, the Marijuana Legalization Initiative, also known as the Smart and Safe Arizona Act, would legally allow people 21 or older to possess and use up to 1 ounce of marijuana in Arizona. There are strong voices on both sides of the issue.
Sen. Martha McSally advocated for cutting taxes, limiting regulations and bringing jobs back from China to engineer a “great American comeback.”
Mark Kelly said Arizonans want an independent leader to address the issues they are facing. Therefore, he offers bipartisanship and looks to the state’s future to solve today’s problems.
PHOENIX – Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris, on their first trip to Arizona, dropped by small businesses they say need relief from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sen. McSally, Mark Kelly clash over issues ranging from COVID-19 to border security in Senate debate
PHOENIX – Martha McSally and challenger Mark Kelly clashed over border security, COVID-19 response, and China in the only public debate of the 2020 U.S. Senate race.
WASHINGTON - Sen. Martha McSally, R-Arizona, bought $110,350 worth of ads on Spanish-language TV stations this week and last - just a quarter of what her Democratic challenger has spent over the past two months.
PHOENIX – Phoenix Suns guard Ty Jerome teamed up with the Brogdon Family Foundation to raise awareness and money for Hoops 4 Humanity by playing fantasy football.
Some new polls have Mark Kelly leading by almost 20 points. But the gap might not actually be that large. We dug into the data.
PHOENIX – Secretary of State Katie Hobbs explains how voting will look this November and the steps Arizonans must take to vote by mail.
Community members, activists and police experts discuss the movement of defunding the police departments as cities across the nation begin to reform their law enforcement.
WASHINGTON - Arizona's already high-profile Senate race drew new attention with the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and news that a new Arizona senator could be seated in time to vote on her replacement.