Contact Martha McSally | Republican U.S. Senator from Arizona

Martha McSally speaking with supporters at a primary election night victory party, 2018.Martha McSally speaking with supporters at a primary election night victory party, 2018.By: Gage Skidmore

Martha McSally Contact & Bio Information

Martha McSally
Born 03/22/1966 (Age 54)
Religion:Evangelical
Contact Senator Martha McSally (R) by her email address, mailing address, Arizona & DC office phone numbers, campaign website, and Facebook, Twitter & YouTube:
DC Phone Number: (202) 224-2235
Government Website: mcsally.senate.gov
Campaign Website: mcsallyforsenate.com

Martha McSally Congress Details

Years in Congress: 01/03/2015 - Present

Martha McSally History

U.S. Senator from Arizona (01/03/2019 - Present)
U.S. Representative from Arizona (01/03/2015 - 01/03/2019)
Previous Martha McSally Debates (EST)
  • Mark Kelly
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    Martha McSally
    McSally
    Former NASA Astronaut and Democratic Senate nominee Mark Kelly faced off against Republican Senator Martha McSally at their first and only debate in Phoenix. McSally started off the debate by questioning Mr. Kelly's patriotism, which prompted Kelly to lament that this isn't the first time she has questioned her opponents patriotism. Kelly also strongly criticized McSally for not doing enough to stymie the growing crises gripping the nation, saying of McSally's and the Trump Administrations response “Senator, you understand this as a pilot: you guys did step one of the emergency procedure, and then you didn’t do anything else.”
Martha McSally Videos of Notable Speaking Engagements
2020 Arizona Senate Debate
Former NASA Astronaut and Democratic Senate nominee Mark Kelly faced off against Republican Senator Martha McSally at their first and only debate in Phoenix. McSally started off the debate by questioning Mr. Kelly's patriotism, which prompted Kelly to lament that this isn't the first time she has questioned her opponents patriotism. Kelly also strongly criticized McSally for not doing enough to stymie the growing crises gripping the nation, saying of McSally's and the Trump Administrations response “Senator, you understand this as a pilot: you guys did step one of the emergency procedure, and then you didn’t do anything else.”