There is 1 Democratic Challenger who has raised $45,174,408 so far.
There are no Republican Challengers in this race.
There is 1 Independent/Other Challenger who has raised $0 so far.
Median Income: $53,510
Income Rank: 30
% College Educated: 29
Education Rank: 30
Martha McSally the junior Senator from Arizona. A Republican, she describes herself as
“a decorated veteran and proven leader who has what it takes not only to win, but to get
things done in D.C.”
McSally graduated from the Air Force Academy 1988. She earned a master’s degree from
Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and then proceeded to pilot training. She was
first in her class at the Air War College. She retired from the Air Force in 2010 with the rank
of Lieutenant Colonel.
In 2015 McSally ran successfully for the U.S. House, winning by 167 votes. She was
reelected in 2016. She ran for U.S. Senate in 2018 but lost to Kyrsten Sinema. When John
McCain died, Governor Ducey appointed McSally to the Senate.
The American Conservative Union gave her a lifetime 72% conservative rating. According
to FiveThirtyEight, she votes in line with Trump 95% of the time. She opposes abortion
except in cases of rape, incest and the mother's health and life. NARAL Pro-Choice
America gave her a 7% pro-choice rating. McSally voted against a resolution to provide
the House with 10 years of Trump's tax returns. She criticized the Iran nuclear agreement.
She favors repealing the Affordable Care Act. She did not criticize the Trump family
separation policy. She voted for a bill that would have allowed government contractors to
discriminate based on sexual orientation.
McSally married an Air Force officer in 1997; the marriage was annulled. She is a