‘Her calculation is off’: Sinema dares the left to take her out
The Arizona senator is betting that she understands her state better than the activists harassing her in bathrooms and trying to take her out.
When Kyrsten Sinema became the first Arizona Democrat in more than 40 years to win an open Senate seat, she was heralded by her party for breaking the Republican stranglehold on a state where Barry Goldwater’s brand of conservatism runs deep.
Three years later, the novelty has worn off. Nearly one-third of Arizona Democrats view Sinema unfavorably, according to one recent poll. The state party put her...