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.
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.
McSally, who was appointed to the position by Gov. Doug Ducey in 2018 after losing a Senate election to Kyrsten Sinema, was defeated by Mark Kelly in the November election.
Last week, McSally conceded to Mark Kelly in the Arizona Senate race.
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.
At least two national news organizations have projected on Nov. 3 that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will win Arizona's 11 electoral votes.
The FOX News Decision Desk projected that Democrats will retain control of the House, expanding their majority by at least five seats in the 2020 election.
Election Day is here and one of the biggest races around the country is the U.S. Senate race in Arizona between Sen. Martha McSally and Democrat Mark Kelly.
Incumbent Arizona Senator Martha McSally and veteran Mark Kelly are using the last day before Election Day to campaign, hoping to win over voters.
A political consultant says changes in how Arizonans are voting could have to do with education, income and out of state voters.
There are 35 seats up for election in 2020. Here are some of the hotly contested races for Democrats and Republicans, as well as the states that are deemed true toss-ups.
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.
Nikki Haley said China is the largest geopolitical threat to the United States, and Mark Kelly doing business with Chinese firms should be disqualifying.
In key races from Arizona to Texas, Kansas and Maine, Republican senators are starting to break with the president - particularly over his handling of the pandemic - in the final stretch of the election.
Months of negative television ads and attacks have led up to the one and only debate between Senator Martha McSally and Mark Kelly.
Several Arizona leaders are offering their support after President Donald Trump announced he and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for COVID-19.
Various Arizona politicians have reacted to the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the age of 87.
“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.”
Siblings Willa Rawlings, 6, and Colby Rawlings, 5, and cousin Austin Rawlings, 5, died while trying to cross the creek about 75 miles northeast of Phoenix. Willa and Colby’s parents, Daniel and Lacey Rawlings, and four other children were rescued.