I don't know where Sen. McSally gets this stuff from.". OpenSecrets.org indicates McSally has accepted nearly $2 million from "business" PACs and another $621,000-plus from "ideological" PACs.

", McSally’s campaign has pointed to the Protect Act, which McSally co-sponsored, in response as evidence of her fight on behalf of Americans with complicated medical histories. The claim: Kelly said McSally has repeatedly voted to “undermine or eliminate those protections for preexisting conditions” outlined in the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare. No wall in southern Arizona. If Mark Kelly, the Democratic nominee, wins, he could be seated in the Senate as early as Nov. 30, six weeks before the other winners are sworn in, according to elections experts from both parties. eventAction: 'click_ads' Kelly led McSally by a margin of four percentage points or more in almost every non-partisan poll conducted in 2020, according to FiveThirtyEight. A poll from The New York Times and Siena College conducted October 26-30 found Kelly leading McSally by seven points, 50% to 43%, among likely voters. Kelly criticized McSally's record at every turn, saying she'd jeopardized the health of Arizonans with preexisting conditions and left unemployed workers hanging during the COVID-19 pandemic. McSally's campaign also pointed to a bill the senator introduced in late March that proposed to withhold Senate pay until lawmakers passed a COVID-19 relief package. When he went into space, she said, one of the few things he chose to bring with him was "the Chinese Communist banner from this forum.". Both McSally and Kelly have been supported by ads funded by outside PACs. Representatives for World View and Kelly's campaign recently told PolitiFact he was not involved in the loan application process. from The New York Times and Siena College, Sabato's Crystal Ball at the University of Virginia Center for Politics, With more than 75% of votes tallied, Democrat.

And Garcia took quite a bit of heat for his comments on border security that year.

eventCategory: event.slot.getSlotElementId(), But we are going to research the law and we are going to follow it.”. A Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted October 14-21 similarly found Kelly leading McSally by eight points, 51% to 43%. Arizona's special election represented one of the most competitive US Senate races for Democrats, who hoped to regain control of the Senate for the first time since 2015. AP quoted Kelly saying on Saturday, September 19: “The people elected to the presidency and Senate in November should fill this vacancy. Subscribe to azcentral.com today. With his projected win, Kelly will fill the seat McCain left when he died in 2018. Host cities alternate between China and the U.S., with Sedona hosting the 2004 fellows. Kelly says he wants to address climate change and rebuild the post-COVID economy with jobs that look towards the future.

On that occasion, Merrick Garland, then president Barack Obama’s pick, did not even get a hearing. The facts: The clip is from an AZFamily interview Kelly did in early November 2019. Big utilities can get their power from renewable energy sources.

In her short time in the US Senate, McSally aligned herself closely with Trump, taking conservative, pro-Trump stances. McSally's Facebook page indicates the Arizona Department of Health Services briefed her on COVID-19 in early March, telling her the risk of spread in Arizona was low at that time. So what will it say if Arizona voters send Martha McSally back to the United States Senate? McConnell vowed after Ginsburg’s death that Trump’s nominee for her replacement “will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate”. On Friday, Ms. McSally — who has adopted a Trumpian approach that includes attacking the news media — announced that she backed a plan by Senator Mitch McConnell to force a floor vote on a nominee while Mr. Trump was president, saying she would vote for whomever he named.

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Two years later, she voted to replace it with the American Health Care Act, which would've put older Americans and those with preexisting conditions at risk for higher premiums, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation analysis. window.googletag.pubads().addEventListener('slotOnload', function(event) { McSally has held the senate seat since she was appointed in 2019 by Arizona Gov. “This is a decision that will impact Arizonans, especially with an upcoming case about health care and protections for pre-existing conditions,” he said. According to FiveThirtyEight's US Senate forecast, Kelly had a 77% chance at defeating McSally in the November election. But it appears she was again eferring to World View Enterprises, which was approved for between $1 million and $2 million in aid in April, according to the Small Business Administration. RealClearPolitics - Election 2020 - Arizona Senate - McSally vs. Kelly

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The $1.9 trillion figure comes from a 2018 report issued by the Congressional Budget Office, which said the cuts would increase the national deficit by that much between 2018 and 2028. He then inserted a shrugging emoji. The facts: Congress created the Paycheck Protection Program as a lifeline for businesses affected by the pandemic, with banks and other financial institutions responsible for reviewing loan applications and distributing funds. Reach the reporter at maria.polletta@arizonarepublic.com or 602-653-6807. The timing could clash with the Republican leadership at the White House and Senate which is in a hurry to find Ginsburg’s replacement, sparking an accusation of hypocrisy.