Democrat Kyrsten Sinema Wins Arizona Senate Race
Mike Mish Shedlock
The Arizona Senate Race is Over: Democrat Kyrsten Sinema Wins.
- The Associated Press on Monday declared Ms. Sinema the winner over Republican Rep. Martha McSally following a tight race that took about a week to produce a winner.
- Ms. Sinema, 42 years old, campaigned as a conservative Democrat after beginning her political career as a firebrand liberal employed by Ralph Nader’s 2000 Green Party presidential campaign.
- She will become the first openly bisexual member of the U.S. Senate when she takes office in January. When she was first elected to Congress in 2012, she was the first member to list her religion as “none.”
I am convinced Sinema won fair and square. I have no such convictions about Florida where fraud, corruption, and ineptitude seem rampant.
Her sexual or religious preferences do not matter one bit to me.
If she truly is a fiscal conservative, she will be better than the fake conservative warmongering hypocrite Republicans like Senator McCain.
We will find out.
Mike "Mish" Shedlock