Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema endorses Biden

Sen. Kirsten SinemaKyrsten Sinema’s Democrats are trying to regroup ahead of a rough November White House chief of staff to talk to Senate Democrats. Sinema has a golden opportunity to stand with small businesses MORE (D-Az.) Former Vice President Joe Biden was elected president on Wednesday after a string of resounding victories for the moderate Democrat in the Super Tuesday primaries.

Biden is a “pragmatic and practical leader best positioned to get things done for everyday families,” Sinema said in a statement. statement to 12 News. “We certainly don’t agree on every point; I always vote Arizona first.

“Vice President BidenJoe BidenUS tells UN Russia has list of Ukrainians ‘to kill or send to camps’: report Latest satellite images show shift in Russian military activity near Ukraine Biden agrees to meet Putin ‘in principle’ if Russia doesn’t invade Ukraine MORE is genuine, authentic and has a proven track record of building bipartisan coalitions to achieve results,” she added. “Not all candidates in this race represent these Arizona values. Joe Biden does it.”

Biden previously endorsed Sinema’s 2018 Senate campaign and raised money for her in Phoenix.

His endorsement comes as fellow Arizona senator Sen. Martha McSallyMartha Elizabeth McSallyAll eyes are on Trump as Timken expands in Ohio (R-Az.), tried to link his likely opponent, Mark Kelly, to the senator. Bernie SandersBernie SandersColbert will host a live ‘Late Show’ with Sanders as a guest after Democrats in Biden’s Union state tried to regroup ahead of a rough November. Green groups push for phased upheaval in race for Texas House MORE (I-Vt.).

“Kelly is quickly making the choice very clear in this election – a vote for Kelly is a vote for Bernie Sanders’ socialist policies of government takeover of health care, open borders and massive tax hikes. taxes on the middle class,” McSally campaign manager Dylan Lefler said. said in a statement announcing an announcement in February. “Mark Kelly will be Sanders’ 51st Senate vote.”