Sen. Bill Cassidy says women don’t need childcare, they just need roads and bridges.
Kyrsten Sinema was one of seven Democrats who opposed the measure, but she seemed especially happy to do it.
With her appointment, Arizona is joining a handful of states that have two female senators — in this case, two who were bitter adversaries just last month.
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“Arizona rejected what has been far too common in our country — name calling, petty, personal attacks and doing and saying what it takes to get elected.”
More than a dozen congressional races haven't been decided yet.
At least 33 women will lose this election day — because they’re running against other women.
After winning Tuesday's primary elections, Democrat Kyrsten Sinema and Republican Martha McSally will face off in the Arizona Senate race.