Sinema not running for reelection. What now?

"I think she was looking at the same polling number as we all were, which showed a very, very unlikely path to victory," said Samara Klar, a political science professor at the University of Arizona. Arizona political consultant, Chuck Coughlin, says it’s a win for Gallego and his campaign. FOX 10's Kenzie Beach has more on what could be next.

Kyrsten Sinema will not seek re-election in 2024

Sinema left the Democratic Party in 2022 and registered as an Independent. Sinema released a video on March 5, saying she will leave the Senate at the end of the year. "It has been an honor to serve Arizona for the past 20 years," Sinema said.

Will Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema announce re-election bid?

Sen. Sinema toured the Phoenix VA hospital ahead of Veterans Day. The former Democrat turned Independent has yet to announce whether she will run for re-election in 2024, but commented about Sen. Joe Manchin's recent decision not to run.

Sen. Sinema talks about looming shutdown

Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema (Ind.) addressed concerns over the looming government shutdown, during an event in Phoenix on Sept. 25. During the event, she met with veteran small business owners about the issues they face. In addition, the Senator was also asked about her re-election plans, as her seat is up for election once again in 2024. FOX 10's Marissa Sarbak reports.

Blake Masters to run again for U.S. Senate

Republican Blake Master will try for a second time to unseat an Arizona senator. Last November, Masters lost to Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly, and next year, he'll try to unseat Independent Sen. Kyrsten Sinema. Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb is also running for the Republican nomination, while Congressman Ruben Gallego is running for the Democrats. Sinema has not officially announced her intentions for 2024. If she runs again, it will likely set up a three-way race for the Senate seat.

Arizona Sens. Kyrsten Sinema, Mark Kelly tour Yuma border

Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema lead a group of U.S. senators to the southern border on Jan. 10. Tuesday's visit to Yuma follows the bi-partisan group's tour in El Paso, Texas, where resources are strained from a flood of migrants.