The race to replace retiring U.S. Sen. John McCain is among the top Senate races of 2018, and the race to fill the seat of retiring U,S.
Senator Jeff Flake is expected to come down to the wire, but both have potential to be competitive.
The race for Arizona’s 11th Senate District, a part of the state’s south and west, will come down the lines, but one candidate is already making waves, while another has yet to announce.
The Arizona Republic reports: “It is a race that is going to be tight, but it is a great opportunity for someone to be there to get out and talk to the voters and have an impact,” said Maricopa County Democratic Party Chairman and former U.s.
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, a former member of the U.N. and a leading voice in the campaign.
“The Arizona Senate District 11 is one of the most conservative seats in the state, and it’s going to need somebody to stand up for our country, our values, and our safety,” Gifford said.
Senator Tom Cotton, who announced he is running, is also considered a strong candidate, and he will be running for a second term.
The seat is currently held by Democrat Sen. Jeff Flake, who is retiring after a decade in the Senate.
But Flake said in November that he will seek a third term in 2018.
Republican businessman and former President Donald Trump supporter Matt Chandler, who won the primary with 61 percent of the vote, is expected as well.
The candidates are expected to face off against one another for months before the winner is announced, and one of them may be running as a write-in candidate.
Arizona Secretary of State John Hickenlooper, who has been a strong supporter of Flake, is running for the Republican nomination.
He is expected in Arizona to announce his bid at a press conference this week.
“Arizona is a special place, but the Arizona Republic’s race for the Senate District is going be very close.
The stakes are high and the stakes are too high for anyone to underestimate the importance of this race,” Hickencoopers chief of staff Steve Boulware said in a statement.
“As we prepare for the start of this special election, we are working closely with Arizona Democratic Party leadership to ensure that we have the resources to put forward the strongest, most qualified candidates to unseat Senator Flake,” Bouleware added.
The Republic reports that both Flake and Chandler have announced that they are seeking to challenge incumbent U.n.
Sen., Jeff Flake.
Flake, a physician, has served as Arizona’s top Republican in the U,s.
Senate since 2006.
He was a Republican senator from Arizona’s southern border district until being elected to the U Senate in 2016.
Flake was the first sitting senator to endorse Trump.
In his first run for the U senate seat, Flake won 61 percent to 38 percent, with the Republican backing the businessman.
Flake has a long history of backing Trump.
He has been critical of the president in the past, calling him “a phony, a fake, a phony” and “the greatest fraud in American politics.”
In an interview with the Phoenix New Times in April 2018, Flake said he is willing to “go to jail” to “take down the president.”
“I’ve done it before.
I’ve done the same thing again and again,” Flake said.
“I’m willing to go to jail to take down the President of the United States,” Flake told the newspaper.
“If he were a Mexican, I’d be willing to do it.
But he’s not a Mexican.”
Flake has been outspoken about Trump’s immigration policies, including his controversial executive order on travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, and has vowed to vote against the Republican tax bill if it comes up for a vote.
Arizona is one state in the country that will have no governor next year.
“They can do it themselves,” Flake was quoted as saying by the Arizona Daily Star in April.
Flake said that the Senate would have to be divided into two chambers to pass the tax bill.
“That’s the only way you get something done,” Flake added.
“It would be like taking up the Senate, and you don’t have a Senate.
You have a House.
And that’s the Senate.”
Ahead of the 2018 election, Flake, along with the rest of the GOP establishment, was critical of Trump’s handling of the aftermath of a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Flake called the president’s response to the protests “a disgraceful act of political cowardice.”
“The president of the US has just unleashed the most vicious and cruel reaction imaginable to those who have been protesting peacefully and peacefully,” Flake tweeted on August 11.
“Trump must be held accountable.”
“As the leader of a powerful party, and as the head of the Senate and the President, I feel compelled to publicly denounce the shameful, destructive, and offensive behavior of the