U.S. Senate

vote-webA look at Arizona election winners, losers
Election Day in Arizona saw Republicans winning the presidential vote despite Democratic efforts to tap into the state's growing demographic shift, a GOP sweep of statewide utility regulator races, and a sturdy defense of a swing congressional district in southern Arizona.

A day of drama: Here is a rundown of who won, who lost in Tuesday’s election

Arizona failed to turn blue in the presidential election, but Democrats picked up at least one seat in the Legislature, and voters ousted the infamous Republican Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
U.S. Sen. John McCain and U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (AP photos)

McCain defeats Kirkpatrick in U.S. Senate race

The toughest challenger of John McCain’s 30-year U.S. Senate career didn’t turn out to be nearly as tough as Arizona Democrats had hoped, as the former Republican presidential nominee won his sixth term in office.

McCain, Kirkpatrick make final push for support for Senate

Republican Sen. John McCain barnstormed across Arizona on Monday in a final push for support in a tough race against Democratic U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, who focused on getting out the vote in heavily Democratic southern Arizona.