Arizona Senate race could be GOP’s toughest to keep

Arizona’s U.S. Senate seat is emerging as the toughest for Republicans to hold in 2020.

Sen. Martha McSally, the Republican incumbent, must defeat a challenge from astronaut and gun control advocate Mark Kelly, and she must succeed in a state that rejected her Senate bid in 2016.

Democrats are beginning to feel confident they’ll win Arizona and ultimately retake the Senate majority, which Republicans currently hold by a 53-47 margin.

McSally was appointed to the seat late last year following the death of Sen. John McCain. Former GOP Sen. Jon Kyl served as an interim replacement for three-and-a-half months before McSally’s appointment.

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