» Top New Products
Loading the page...
- Republican Rep. Martha McSally beat back conservative challengers for her party’s nomination in a crucial Senate race in Arizona.
- She will face Kyrsten Sinema, a well-funded moderate Democratic congresswoman.
- McSally embraced Trump and his agenda, despite his hard-line immigration policies that could alienate an evolving voter base in the state.
- Arizona voted for Trump by 3.5 percentage points in 2016, but Democrats are buoyed both by its rapidly diversifying electorate and by a national political environment favoring their candidates.
Republican US Representative Martha McSally’s embrace of President Donald Trump and his agenda paid off on Tuesday, when the Arizonan beat back conservative challengers for her party’s nomination in a crucial US Senate race.
But Republican strategists warned that her shift to the right on Trump and his hard-line immigration policies could also prove an albatross in November, when she will face a well-funded moderate Democratic congresswoman, Kyrsten Sinema, in a race expected to be tight.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
- Liberal candidate pulls off upset in Democratic primary in Florida, bringing him closer to becoming the state’s first black governor
- GOP congressman Ron DeSantis easily wins primary for Florida governor after Trump’s endorsement
- Trump asks Mike Pompeo to look at South African land seizures and ‘large scale killing of farmers’