Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema faced more defections from the broad base of support she built to win her seat in 2018 when five members of her veterans advisory council resigned over her opposition to parts of President Biden's infrastructure plan and refusal to ditch the Senate filibuster.
The Arizona State University Police Department is recommending charges against the four protesters who followed Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema into a bathroom earlier this month and recorded the incident.
The Sunrise Movement, Lucha, and Working Families Party are demanding Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema support President Biden's $3.5 trillion spending package to address child care, climate change, and education.
With the clock ticking on America’s debt limit, President Joe Biden called a meeting with CEOs of major businesses to stress the importance of raising the debt ceiling.
Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema was confronted at an airport and on an airplane by people who demanded to know why she is refusing to support a pathway to citizenship or vote for President Biden's "Build Back Better" agenda.
The woman who followed Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema into a bathroom while filming her defended her actions, accusing critics of being the "tone police" in a Facebook post.
The activists first confronted Sinema at her ASU classroom, then followed her down the hall as the senator went into the bathroom and shut the door of a stall.
A small group of protesters was outside of a Phoenix resort where Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema held a fundraiser on Oct. 2. Many in her party feel she's standing in the way of the Democratic party's goals for the nation.
Pelosi said she wants to see the House pass Biden's, $1.5 trillion infrastructure bill Thursday, though she suggested the vote might face delays
Biden has personally met with Sinema and fellow moderate Democrat holdout Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia on multiple occasions this week to negotiate an agreement on the spending bill.
President Joe Biden appears determined to strike agreement with two wavering Democratic senators over his big $3.5 trillion government overhaul.
"Proceedings in the U.S. House will have no impact on Kyrsten’s views about what is best for our country – including the fact that she will not support a budget reconciliation bill that costs $3.5 trillion," a Sinema spokesperson told Politico in a statement.
Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema, who has faced criticism over her opposition to abolish the filibuster, got some measure of vindication when the $1T bipartisan infrastructure bill for which she was the lead negotiator was passed by the Senate on Aug. 10.
Arizona's senior senator says she expects the much talked about infrastructure bill to be approved soon. The $1.2 billion bill came about as part of a bipartisan effort.
Senators unveiled a nearly $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package, made up of some 2,700 pages following a rare weekend session.
A new senate deal was announced by Senators Sinema and Kelly to help Arizona's water infrastructure.
Rev. Jesse Jackson took part in a protest in Phoenix that called on Sen. Kyrsten Sinema to support ending the Senate filibuster. The protest ended in his arrest, along with dozens of others.
President Joe Biden addressed voting rights in a speech Tuesday in Philadelphia amid some Republican-led state legislatures enacting voting restrictions.
Kyrsten Sinema is modeling her approach on the renegade style of the late Sen. John McCain, the fellow Arizonan she strives to emulate, but aspiring to bold bipartisanship is challenging in the post-Trump era of hardened political bunkers and fierce cultural tribalism.
10 people were arrested on June 22 during a protest over the Senate filibuster outside Senator Kyrsten Sinema's office in Phoenix.