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Ducey appoints McSally to U.S. Senate

bizjournals Tuesday, 18 December 2018
Martha McSally will join the U.S. Senate after all. The outgoing Republican Congresswoman, who narrowly lost her bid for Sen. Jeff Flake's vacant seat to Democrat Kyrsten Sinema last month, was appointed Tuesday morning by Gov. Doug Ducey to fill the Senate seat of the late John McCain. McSally will replace Jon Kyl, whom Ducey appointed following McCain's death in August. Kyl recently tendered his resignation, effective Dec. 31. He had said he did not intend to serve beyond the end of 2018. A…
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News video: Sen. Jon Kyl to resign, Gov. Ducey reportedly favoring McSally as successor

Sen. Jon Kyl to resign, Gov. Ducey reportedly favoring McSally as successor 01:40

Sen. Jon Kyl will resign from the U.S. Senate on December 31, leaving Gov. Doug Ducey with the decision on another appointment to fill the seat previously held by John McCain.

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