Meanwhile, in Arizona, the Senate race between Reps. Martha McSally, a Republican, and Kyrsten Sinema, a Democrat, remained too close to call.The seat was left open after Sen. Jeff Flake, a Republican openly critical of Trump, announced his retirement. McSally, the first U.S. female fighter pilot ever to see combat, received support from the highest levels of the Republican Party, including President Trump who campaigned with her in the Grand Canyon State. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, who was projected to win his re-election Tuesday, and Cindy McCain, wife of the late Arizona Sen. John McCain, also campaigned with McSally.
Sinema, on the other hand, opted out of campaigning with high-profile Democrats throughout the campaign. She attempted to paint herself as a more moderate Democrat and noted she even supported the president on some issues, including backing his $1.3 billion spending bill earlier this year. She’s reportedly voted in-line with Trump more than 62 percent of the time. - Reported by Samuel Chamberlain and Kaitlyn Schallhorn (@K_Schallhorn on Twitter)