When comparing Arizona's two influential moderate Democratic senators, Latino activists say only Mark Kelly gives Hispanic community members the time of day, but the history is more complicated than that.
The digital ad buy targeting Senate Democrats in their home states argues that they should work to deliver a pathway to citizenship even if Republicans are not on board.
In a recent press release, Kelly underlined his point that the federal government is responsible for taking care of the challenges at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Border town mayors in Arizona applaud their senators for speaking up for them amid the surge of migrants.
Publicly and privately Latino groups have wrestled with the vote to withhold stimulus aid from undocumented immigrants by Kelly, fellow Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema, and the other six Democrats that joined them, which they say sent the wrong message so early in the fight for immigration reform.
"The current minimum wage can't support a family. You can't make ends meet," Kelly said on Friday during a break in impeachment proceedings.
The poll, which tallied responses from voters in Maine, West Virginia, Alaska, and Arizona, is a warning to Republican senators to listen to their constituents, WorkMoney CEO Carrie Joy Grimes told Newsweek, noting that her group is nonpartisan but "we know what time it is."
Budget reconciliation will require every Democrat to be on board and Manchin, Sinema and Kelly have all been vocal advocates for pursuing a bipartisan path.
"Why is [Arizona Governor Doug Ducey] rushing to put a Democrat in office," President Donald Trump tweeted Monday.
McSally's concession comes more than a week after the Associated Press projected her Democratic challenger as the winner.
The photo used in the ad shows retired astronaut Scott Kelly, not Mark Kelly, the Democrat leading McSally in polls.
Democratic Senate candidates Cal Cunningham and Mark Kelly have faced new challenges in recent days, but they're still leading in polls, fundraising figures.
Nearly half of the registered voters polled said Sen. McSally has been "too supportive" of President Donald Trump.
The comedic actress shows off her originality--and vocal pipes--while raising money for Mark Kelly's senate campaign.
Republican Senator McSally criticized what she termed a "radical political organisation" and called her Democratic rival "Counterfeit Kelly".
The Republican senator is engaged in a tight race in Arizona, which the latest opinion poll suggests is leaning toward the Democrats.
His lead over Martha McSally in the polls comes at a crucial moment for Trump's Supreme Court nomination as he could take office as soon as November 30.
Democratic Senate candidate Mark Kelly also leads GOP Senator Martha McSally by a significant margin in the southwestern state.
"My brother's year in space was really hard on him and we tried to bring some light to his difficult ordeal, but this comment does not do that and I apologize and deeply regret it," Kelly said.
In order to take control of the Senate, Democrats would need to maintain all their current seats while gaining four more in the upcoming election.
Republican candidate for senate Martha McSally's primary against Daniel McCarthy is a battle she's expected to win Tuesday, but the results could foreshadow her losing the general election war in November.
Democrats hope to flip at least four seats while maintaining all their current seats in order to take control of the Senate.
Democratic Senate hopeful Mark Kelly said the president should consider retaliating against Russia via sanctions or other economic measures.
The Arizona senator is down by double digits to her Democratic challenger, according to the survey.
Polls show Republican Senate candidate Martha McSally slipping in her race to beat well-funded former astronaut Democrat Mark Kelly in one of the most-watched races in the country—and conservative groups have begun to invest their money elsewhere.
The GOP incumbent is now down by double digits against her Democratic challenger.
The Democratic challenger is now ahead of the GOP senator by 7 points.
The Eastern Arizona Courier compared the senator's behavior to "name-calling like a third-grader on the playground."
Clinton will campaign Monday night in Cincinnati alongside gun-violence survivor Gabrielle Giffords, a former U.S. representative.