Host cities alternate between China and the U.S., with Sedona hosting the 2004 fellows. Like other tech companies in China, it has close working ties to the Communist Party in Beijing. }); The facts: The clip is from an AZFamily interview Kelly did in early November 2019. “I've saved the A-10 warthog -- that plane that I flew that is so critical for Davis Monthan Air Force Base, you know I've fought to ensure that the Cherrybell Postal processing facility stayed open while I was in the House and we're still engaging on that," she said. If Mark Kelly, the Democratic nominee, wins, he could be seated in the Senate as early as Nov. 30, six weeks before the other winners are sworn in, according to elections experts from both parties. Arizona's Senate delegation is probably going to look a bit different come November first. Representatives for World View and Kelly's campaign recently told PolitiFact he was not involved in the loan application process. Kelly says he wants to address climate change and rebuild the post-COVID economy with jobs that look towards the future. Governor Doug Ducey appointed former Congresswoman Martha McSally to the seat. The winner of the election will be sworn in as soon as the results come out. AP quoted Kelly saying on Saturday, September 19: “The people elected to the presidency and Senate in November should fill this vacancy. reporters on a platform technologically tailored to meet the needs of the modern reader. Mark Kelly, the Democratic Senate candidate in Arizona, has been ahead of Senator Martha McSally, a Republican, in recent polls. Though she did not clarify whether the voting should happen before or after the election, but her words that “if Mark Kelly comes out on top, HE could block President Trump’s supreme court Nominee from being confirmed” showed that she is leaving no stone unturned to win the high-stake contest in Arizona. We are one of the world’s fastest growing The projection was made by The Associated Press at 12:51 a.m. local time. Polls in Arizona close at 7 p.m. local time and 9 p.m. The facts: Congress created the Paycheck Protection Program as a lifeline for businesses affected by the pandemic, with banks and other financial institutions responsible for reviewing loan applications and distributing funds. A Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted October 14-21 similarly found Kelly leading McSally by eight points, 51% to 43%. “I think it’s clear that should Mr. Kelly win that seat, he would take office upon the canvass,” said Timothy La Sota, the former general counsel for the Arizona Republican Party, who has litigated cases in special elections. "When I'm in the Senate, strong support for Raytheon and the University of Arizona. No wall in southern Arizona. We need to speed up the price decrease in renewable energy. So what will it say if Arizona voters send Martha McSally back to the United States Senate? ga('ads.send', { from The New York Times and Siena College, Sabato's Crystal Ball at the University of Virginia Center for Politics, With more than 75% of votes tallied, Democrat. window.googletag.pubads().addEventListener('slotRenderEnded', function(event) { if(document.querySelector("#adunit")){ Democrats needed to gain four seats in the Senate with the expected loss of Jones to gain control. if(document.querySelector("#google_image_div")){ McSally's Facebook page indicates the Arizona Department of Health Services briefed her on COVID-19 in early March, telling her the risk of spread in Arizona was low at that time. A CNN/SSRS poll conducted October 23-30 found Kelly also ahead by seven points, 52% to 45%, among Arizona likely voters. Governor Doug Ducey appointed former Congresswoman Martha McSally to the seat. eventCategory: event.slot.getSlotElementId(),