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Article by Bryan Howard
December 18, 2018
Republican Rep. Martha McSally has officially been appointed by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey to fill in as the replacement for John McCain’s Senate Seat. This comes after a highly contested senate race in Arizona that McSally lost to far radical leftist Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema with highly questionable late ballot votes that were counted.
After the passing of sitting Senator John McCain, Gov. Ducey appointed Sen. Jon Kyl to fill in the vacant Senate seat in September. However, Sen. Jon Kyl announced he will be resigning from his position effective December 31st. This means Ducey needed to appoint a new replacement since there are two years remaining in the Senate term.
Gov. Ducey decided to appoint the highly qualified Martha McSally who nearly won her Senate race this November.
Decey stated, “With her experience and long record of service, Martha is uniquely qualified to step up and fight for Arizona’s interests in the U.S. Senate.”
McSally will be serving as Senator for the next two years, and in 2020 she will need to be re-elected to continue as a Senator of Arizona. This may not be an issue because she will be a competent Senator unlike Kyrsten Sinema who does not have the same values as the majority of Arizona citizens.