Republican primary voters on Tucson’s northwest side, far east and Rita Ranch area are embracing the party’s MAGA wing, according to preliminary results from state Senate District 17. With nearly every precinct flagged Wednesday at noon, Justine Wadsack, who describes herself as a “Pro Trump America First” conservative, was poisedRead More →

Republican primary voters on Tucson’s Northwest Side, Far East Side and Rita Ranch area are embracing the party’s MAGA wing, according to preliminary results from the state Senate District 17. With nearly every precinct flagged Wednesday at noon, Justine Wadsack, who describes herself as a “Pro Trump America First” conservative,Read More →

Bob ChristieAssociated Press PHOENIX — Counsel for the Arizona Senate Ethics Committee reported Friday on its investigation into online comments by a Republican lawmaker that appeared to accuse the federal government of a supermarket massacre in Buffalo, New York. But attorney Chris Kleminich’s report came to no conclusion about whetherRead More →

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For the past six months, Arizona State Senator Kelly Townsend has embodied the paradox of the modern Republican Party’s stance on Jewish issues – that somehow it is fashionable to #StandWithIsrael, but also fashionable to compare pandemic restrictions to the Holocaust. It’s a battle she’s losing if a tweet deletedRead More →

Arizona Democratic Senator Mark Kelly was already facing a tough re-election in November, and Chuck Schumer’s decision to turn Arizona Democratic Senator Kyrsten Sinema into a villain may have made things worse. little more difficult for Kelly: When Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer held a doomed vote last month toRead More →

Advertising    The growing popularity of cryptocurrencies has drawn intense interest from lawmakers in recent months. Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers tweeted that she doesn’t understand the major coins Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB), but she does understand freedom. According to the politician, people should be allowed to buyRead More →

Senator Wendy Rogers (R-AZ) said people should have the freedom to buy other cryptocurrencies such as Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE) and shiba inus (CRYPTO: SHIB), although some of the digital coins are not “as good as” apex cryptocurrency Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC). What happened: Rogers took to Twitter to say that whileRead More →

A spokesperson for Sen. Mark Kelly’s campaign reportedly said he “does not support” the Arizona Democratic Party’s censure of Sen. Kyrsten Sinema. Kelly is pictured during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing in Washington, DC on September 28, 2021. Stefani Reynolds/Getty Sen. Mark Kelly (D-Arizona) has announced that he doesRead More →

Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-Arizona) hasn’t ruled out running against Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Arizona) in the 2024 Democratic Senate primary election. Gallego is pictured wearing a mask with the word ‘vote’ printed above during a press conference in Washington, DC on June 30, 2020. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-Arizona) refusedRead More →

For more than a year, Arizona Democratic Senator Mark Kelly, who is up for re-election in 2022, has avoided taking a position on abolishing the Senate’s 60-vote threshold for legislation. just yesterday, Kelly dodged when asked about the filibuster. Supporting the nuclear option — effectively scrapping the 60-vote rule withRead More →

Wendy Rogers, Republican Senator from Arizona, is getting a lot of backlash for retweeting a call to “celebrate” Confederate generals. Critics are particularly appalled that the senator retweeted the call for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, celebrated on January 17 each year. The tweet was originally posted by Scott Greer,Read More →

Senator Kyrsten Sinema faces growing pressure on opposition to weaken Senate filibuster Senator Sinema said she would not vote to weaken the Senate’s 60-vote filibuster threshold, drawing criticism from other Democrats, as well as some suffrage advocates. Some have also raised the possibility of a main challenger for Sinema. ReportingRead More →

Republican Senator Wendy Rogers is proposing to cost taxpayers more and potentially suppress voter turnout by banning cities, towns and school boards from holding all elections by mail-in ballot. Local government entities have decided to hold many of their low-turnout, off-cycle elections this way because it is cheaper to sendRead More →

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — Republican Senator Wendy Rogers proposes costing taxpayers more and potentially suppressing voter turnout by banning cities, towns and school boards from holding all elections by mail-in ballot. Local government entities have decided to hold many of their low-turnout, off-cycle elections this way because it is cheaperRead More →

In 2021, 33 states introduced more than 100 anti-trans bills to further marginalize the community, especially when it comes to transgender people in sports. Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, Mississippi, Montana and West Virginia are seven states that have enacted a total of twelve anti-transgender laws this session. Many organizations likeRead More →

Arizona Republican Senator Wendy Rogers called Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern a “crazy job.” Photo/Getty Images Kiwis on Twitter have come together to respond to a Republican senator from Arizona, US, who says she has received “a lot of emails” from New Zealanders complaining about Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and theRead More →

Two communities will receive grants PHOENIX, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) — On Dec. 7, Arizona Senator Mark Kelly announced two grants that will fund wastewater treatment projects in Nogales and Patagonia. “I’ve been a strong advocate for supporting these projects, including through our recently signed bipartisan infrastructure act, and I’m happyRead More →

Sinema speaks out on investing in a meeting WASHINGTON, DC (KYMA, KECY) — During a Commerce Committee hearing, Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) highlighted investments being made in expanding broadband across the state. Senator Sinema spoke about the importance of working with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to begin rollingRead More →

Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers is being slammed on social media after expressing her disgust at Jon Kent/Superman’s bisexuality. Superman fans have expressed frustration with Wendy Rogers, a United States Senator, over her insistence that Clark Kent likes “Louis Lane.” Rogers’ comments come in the wake of DC’s announcement thatRead More →

PHOENIX (AP) — U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema said Monday that activists who confronted her outside an Arizona State University classroom and videotaped her in the restroom were not engaging in a “legitimate protest.” . The Democratic senator said immigration reform activists illegally entered the suburban Phoenix campus building, which wasRead More →

Arizona Senator Wendy Rogers has suggested that the Labor Day celebration is actually a “Communist holiday.” Rogers didn’t elaborate on his reasoning for criticizing the federal holiday, which takes place on the first Monday in September and celebrates the American workforce. “Labor Day is a communist holiday,” the Republican tweetedRead More →

Cindy McCain called the ongoing audit of Arizona’s 2020 election results “ridiculous” and “crazy” as the recount ordered by Republicans supporting Trump continued to draw criticism. The recount centers on 2.1 million ballots for the presidential and Senate races in Arizona’s Maricopa County, and is based on false claims ofRead More →

The next column is the author’s opinion and analysis: As I stood with other lawmakers at a recent suffrage press conference, a group of protesters called us ‘liars’ and ‘traitors’, while claiming they had evidence. that the 2020 election was stolen. We were there to defend the integrity of theRead More →

Democratic Senate candidate Mark Kelly speaks during a campaign party in Tucson, Arizona on November 3, 2020. (Cheney Orr/Reuters) This week, moderate Democrats Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona made solidify public commitments to maintain the Senate’s 60-vote threshold to pass most laws, but some SenateRead More →

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — Arizona Senator-elect Mark Kelly announced his 13-person bipartisan team for taking office. The transition team will work to create advisory groups for its first 100 days off, according to a press release from Kelly’s team. The team is made up of leaders from Arizona. The co-chairsRead More →

PHOENIX (KVOA) — Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema released this statement shortly after several news outlets declared Joe Biden the winner of the 2020 presidential election. “Arizonans voted in record numbers to support pragmatic, practical leaders who will bring Americans together and heal the divisions in our country,” Sinema said. “Today’sRead More →

CNN’s Manu Raju appears to have triggered Republican Arizona Senator Martha McSally on Thursday by speaking out about President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, earning him a Trumpian slur in the halls of Capitol Hill. “Manu, you’re a liberal hack,” McSally said, clearly irritated and with undisguised disdain. “I’m not talkingRead More →

The family of US Senator John McCain announced Friday that he is stopping treatment for brain cancer. Since December, the six-term Arizona senator and 2008 Republican presidential candidate has been at home near Sedona. McCain, 81, was surrounded by family and friends. In his final days, questions about McCain’s life,Read More →

Donald Trump has single-handedly transformed the red-hot, dependable Republican state of Arizona into a contested presidential battleground. Staking his campaign on anti-immigrant rhetoric, Trump has emboldened xenophobes on the right to demand that Republicans embrace their racially tinged nationalism. Simultaneously, it annoys their Democratic opponents, especially Latino voters, who makeRead More →

Arizona State Senator Carlyle Begay, R-Ganado, officially announces his transition from the Democratic to the Republican Party at the Arizona Capitol Monday, Nov. 23, 2015, in Phoenix. Begay said he switched parties because the Republican platform aligned more closely with his beliefs. He said one example is the party’s emphasisRead More →