2020 has been an interesting year and with the year already halfway over, attention will soon turn to the upcoming election in November. Commercials are already on the air and polling has begun.
The 2020 United States presidential election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 3rd. In addition, Arizona has an important decision to make for a Senate seat.
Martha McSally was the Republican nominee in Arizona’s 2018 U.S. Senate election and lost 50–48% to Democrat Kyrsten Sinema. Following that election, interim U.S. Senator Jon Kyl resigned from the state’s other Senate seat, and Republican Governor Doug Ducey appointed McSally to succeed Kyl.
A special election for the seat is scheduled to determine who will serve the last two years of the term. Martha McSally will face astronaut and engineer Mark Kelly. The regular election for the seat’s six-year term will be held in 2022.
Tell All About Arizona News if the election were today, who would you vote for. We will share the results later this week.