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Kyrsten: “Now It’s Time To Get To Work”

Kyrsten Sinema joined supporters and volunteers to celebrate victory in Arizona’s U.S. Senate race. Kyrsten began her remarks by honoring the brave men and women who have worn our country’s uniform, and called for putting aside party labels to get work done for all Arizonans.

You can watch Kyrsten’s full remarks below.

Update on Ongoing Ballot Count

As Arizona county recorders continue to count ballots cast during Arizona’s early voting period and on Election Day, Sinema for Arizona Campaign Manager Andrew Piatt released the following update about ballots counted as of today in the Arizona Senate race:

“Once again, today’s data confirmed our expectation that as the ballots are counted, Kyrsten will steadily build her advantage and be elected to the U.S. Senate. Nine counties reported today – five of which are counties where McSally is favored and where she needed to perform very well in order to regain even a narrow path to victory. That didn’t happen and since election night, Kyrsten netted 38,258 votes and now is leading by 20,203 votes – or one percent. She will win this race.”

Background on the ballots reported today: 

Apache County: There were 2,467 ballots reported today. They broke for Kyrsten 60 percent to 36 percent.

Cochise County: McSally’s vote share at the beginning of the day was 60 percent to 38 percent. There were 4,021 ballots reported today, which broke for McSally 54.1 percent to 42.9 percent. This is a county where McSally needed to perform very well but did not.

Coconino County: There were 934 ballots reported today. They broke for Kyrsten 71 percent to 26 percent.

Maricopa County: There were 77,957 ballots reported today. They broke for Kyrsten 56 percent to 41 percent. McSally has not won a single batch of votes from Maricopa County, including those cast on Election Day. Even when Republican voters outperformed Democrats by 12.5 points from October 10 through October 30, Kyrsten won by .25 percent.

Mohave County: McSally was winning 26.8 percent to 70.4 percent at the beginning of the day. There were 2,841 ballots were reported today, which broke 28.7 percent to 67.7 percent in McSally’s favor. This is a county where McSally needed to perform very well but did not.

Pinal County: McSally’s vote share at the beginning of the day was 56 percent to 42 percent. There were 7,339 votes reported today and they broke for McSally 50 percent to 47 percent. This is a county where McSally needed to perform very well but did not.

Santa Cruz: There were 2,296 ballots from Santa Cruz reported today and they broke for Kyrsten 71 percent to  25 percent, increasing her vote share in the county.

Yavapai County: There were 5,726 ballots reported and McSally won them 59.8 percent to 36.8 percent. This is a county where McSally needed to perform very well but did not.

Yuma County: McSally’s vote share at the beginning of the day was 53 percent to 44 percent. There were 3,329 ballots reported today and they broke for Kyrsten 60 percent to 37 percent. This is a county where McSally needed to perform very well but did not.

Update on Ongoing Ballot Count in Arizona Senate Race

As Arizona county recorders continue to count ballots cast during Arizona’s early voting period and on Election Day, Sinema for Arizona Campaign Manager Andrew Piatt released the following update about ballots counted as of this morning in the Arizona Senate race:

“Yesterday and this morning confirmed our expectation that as the ballots are counted, Kyrsten will steadily build her advantage. Based on ballots counted yesterday and this morning from Maricopa, Pinal, Pima, Apache, Yavapai, Yuma, Gila, Mohave, and Cochise counties, Kyrsten netted 26,236 votes and took a 9,163 vote lead.

“We are confident trends will continue in Kyrsten’s direction and that she will be elected Arizona’s next U.S. Senator.”

Sinema Campaign Statement on Ongoing Vote Count

Sinema for Arizona campaign manager Andrew Piatt released the following statement on the ongoing vote count process and ahead of the release of additional ballots from Maricopa County later this evening:

“Arizonans must have faith that their votes are counted, and we are working diligently to ensure that count proceeds in a fair, transparent, and timely manner that voters can trust.

“To that end, we have spent the hours since the polls closed tracking down ballots and know there are more than 600,000 left to be counted across the state. We also know that when the Maricopa County Recorder releases its first batch of ballots this evening, there will still be approximately half a million votes left to count. Once they are counted, we are confident that Kyrsten Sinema will be the next Senator for the state of Arizona.”

Kyrsten On McSally Saying Arizonans’ Health Care Doesn’t Matter: “Disqualifying”

WATCH: McSally in response to questions about her misleading ad: “Dennis, can we please talk about the things that matter to most voters?”

PHOENIX –  Under pressure for her new TV ad that inaccurately claims she supports protections for pre-existing conditions, Congresswoman Martha McSally today told reporters to “talk about issues that matter to most voters” in an effort to distract from her record of voting to jeopardize Arizonans’ health care.

Kyrsten issued the following statement on Congresswoman McSally’s admission that she doesn’t think Arizonans’ health care matters.

“I listen to Arizonans, and they tell me health care is what they are most worried about. Affordable health coverage, including the pre-existing conditions protections that Congresswoman McSally voted against, couldn’t be more important to Arizona families. Congresswoman McSally tried and failed to lie about her position today, and when she was caught, she told Arizonans to our faces that she doesn’t think health care matters. That’s disqualifying.”

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