The recently elected Democrat said he's working to boost COVID-19 vaccine supplies in Arizona, making a case to the White House that Arizona's population swells in the winter with snow birds.
Arizona senators Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly voted to convict former president Trump for his role in the Capitol riots last month, but were 10 votes shy of a conviction.
Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly asked the Biden administration for an immediate supplement of 300,000 vaccine doses with an additional 300,000 doses added to Arizona's usual weekly supply.
Arizona leaders are congratulating the new Biden-Harris administration following the 58th Annual Presidential Inauguration on Jan. 20.
In a letter to the FBI and the Department of Justice, Democrats in Arizona say there are claims that Congressmen Biggs and Gosar worked to organize the rally at the U.S. Capitol that led to a deadly riot.
Amid violent rioting at the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington D.C. as Electoral College votes are being counted, Arizona politicians are reacting to the latest developments.
Kelly is taking office more than a month ahead of others who won November Senate races because it was a special election to finish the last two years of the term of John McCain, who died in 2018.
FOX 10's Matt Galka interviews Arizona Senator-elect Mark Kelley. He's going to be sworn into office on Wednesday, Dec. 2.
Immigrant-rights and grassroots organizations have been credited for the Biden campaign's success in Arizona. However, there wasn't a blue shift in statewide races.
Kelly said he’s concerned about polls showing much of the country doesn’t plan to get vaccinated, which would prevent the herd immunity necessary to keep the spread of the coronavirus in check.
Mark Kelly, who is the husband of former Arizona Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, defeated appointed Senator Martha McSally in the Nov. 3 election.
On Nov. 13, McSally conceded, announcing that she called Kelly to congratulate him on winning the race.
Arizona will send two Democrats to the Senate for the first time in nearly 70 years when Mark Kelly joins Kyrsten Sinema in Washington.
Incumbent Arizona Senator Martha McSally and veteran Mark Kelly are using the last day before Election Day to campaign, hoping to win over voters.
The campaigns have raked in cash by the millions and the path to control of the Senate may go through Arizona. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen reports.
Months of negative television ads and attacks have led up to the one and only debate between Senator Martha McSally and Mark Kelly.
“I think the word hasn’t gotten out how bad it is for him,” Kelly said. “You know, it’s gotten so bad that we recently had to release him back into the wild. He’s like halfway between an orangutan and a howler monkey. We’ve even changed his name to Rodrigo. He lives in the woods.”
The race between Martha McSally and Mark Kelly is heating up, according to a new poll.
McSally proposed an unusually large number of debates for a sitting senator with the bully-pulpit advantages of incumbency, but she must overcome a fundraising and polling deficit in a race that will help determine control of the U.S. Senate. Several other vulnerable GOP senators from other states have similarly proposed large numbers of debates.
Polls have closed in Arizona’s primary election as voters turned out in high numbers to choose candidates in various Arizona primary elections.