Martha McSally spoke to the Pima County Republican Club Tuesday but didn't seem to reach out to her base.
For more than half an hour Tuesday, former Republican congressional candidate Martha McSally spoke enthusiastically to Pima County GOP activists.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Ron Barber's lead over Republican challenger Martha McSally grew with the latest batch of votes counted by Pima County election workers. But the Congressional District 2 race remains too close to call.
Republican Martha McSally is going through freshman orientation for new U.S. House members in Washington, D.C., this week, despite a growing margin favoring her opponent, Democratic U.S. Rep. Ron Barber.
Cochise County, where Republican Congressional District 2 candidate Martha McSally made her strongest showing, finished counting its last votes Wednesday.
A dispute over 130 provisional ballots in the Congressional District 2 race has been resolved by both sides agreeing to count the votes for now but maybe uncount them later.
The Ron Barber and Martha McSally will be decided by a duel. Initially Ron Barber proposed a beard growing contest to settle the election but Martha McSally argued that would be unfair and take way too much time to resolve. Her campaign’s counter proposal of air combat was greeted enthu…
The dispute over 130 provisional ballots in the Congressional District 2 race has been resolved, for now anyway.
While incumbent Sheriff Clarence Dupnik appears to hold an insurmountable lead over challenger Mark Napier, two other races in Southern Arizona still hang in the balance as Pima and Cochise County election officials continue in their efforts to decide a winner in Congressional District 2 and…
Pima County made progress Thursday on verifying and counting more of the estimated 80,000 ballots that weren't counted on Election Day.
Expressed confidence that her razor-thin lead would hold up.
Campaign says yet-uncounted early ballots can decide the race.
The Congressional District 2 showdown between Republican Martha McSally and Democrat Ron Barber has gone into overtime - and it could come down to instant replay.
Republican Martha McSally said this morning that she feels optimistic that her slight lead in the still-too-close-too-call Congressional District 2 race will hold up, while Democrat Ron Barber's campaign said he is cautiously optimistic and emphasized that it's far too early to call the race.
U.S. Rep. Ron Barber's recent call for a new environmental impact statement on the proposed Rosemont Copper mine has angered the mine's backers.
Gov. Jan Brewer let donations pile up in her political action committee for a year, until this week, when she's started unloading the $587,000 pot, hoping to make the difference for Republican candidates for Congress.
Gov. Jan Brewer has picked an Oklahoma National Guard general to review allegations of misconduct, lax discipline and a corrupt climate in the Arizona National Guard.
At the University of Arizona, Democrat Ron Barber and Republican Martha McSally square off in a debate in their campaign for a seat in Congress representing District 2. Education was a hot topic in Tuesday's debate.
Ron Barber said it was "hard to keep up" with what he called his opponent's frequent position changes. Martha McSally alleged "distorting positions, taking them out of context and mudslinging and scare tactics."
The contenders for Congressional District 2 wrangled about the federal government's role in education during a debate Tuesday in Tucson.