Republican U.S. Sen. Martha McSally today announced she will make campaign stops in Yuma on Saturday.
McSally, who was appointed to her seat following the death of Sen. John McCain, seeks a full term against her Democratic opponent Mark Kelly. On Tuesday, the two held their only scheduled debate this year. McSally invited Kelly to hold three more debates, including one in Yuma. Kelly did not decline or accept her proposal.
McSally will begin her day at 9 a.m at a volunteer rally in Yuma. She will then participate in door-to-door voter outreach, attend a veterans event and the Yuma GOP Chairman’s Circle Roundtable Luncheon.
The senator will then attend a Latinos for Trump event, a Yuma County Pastoral Association Roundtable and will end her day at a Ladies on the Lawn event.