Republican Rep. Martha McSally has managed to overcome divisions from Arizona’s GOP Senate primary and has taken a slight lead in the polls over her Democratic opponent, Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, according to new numbers this week. OH Predictive Insights found Ms. McSally with 49 percent support to Ms. Sinema’s 46...
Arizona StatePosted byThe Associated Press
President Trump on Wednesday threw his support behind GOP Rep. Martha McSally’s run for Senate in Arizona. Mr. Trump stayed on the sidelines during the hard-fought Republican primary in which Ms. McSally on Tuesday bested two opponents who were closely allied with the president. “Martha McSally is an extraordinary woman....
WASHINGTON -- Last December, I asked a question related to Martha McSally as she was about to fill the Senate seat left vacant by the late John McCain: “What more could you want in a senator?”. Having known McSally during her two terms in the House of Representatives, I was...
Opinion: State Treasurer Kimberly Yee has already nailed the most important qualification for a Republican candidate seeking the governor’s office in 2022. But will that help her or doom her?. State Treasurer Kimberly Yee on Monday kicked off her campaign for governor, sounding an awful lot like … Martha McSally.
Congress & CourtsPosted byBusiness Insider
Anthony Barry is facing up to five years in prison for "fraudulently" directing the campaign to give him additional payments beyond his salary.
U.S. PoliticsPosted byThe Free Press - TFP
An Illinois man pleaded guilty today to the theft of more than $115,000 in campaign funds from the McSally for Senate Campaign in 2018 and 2019. According to court documents, Anthony Barry, 33, of Yorkville, served as a deputy campaign manager and consultant for former U.S. Senator Martha McSally. Barry used his position in the campaign to fraudulently direct the campaign to make payments to him beyond what he was owed for his salary and had the fraudulently obtained funds deposited into his personal bank account.
Presidential ElectionPosted byLaw & Crime
Deputy Campaign Manager Pleads Guilty to Stealing Money from Former U.S. Senator and Trump Supporter Martha McSally’s War Chest
A deputy campaign manager for former U.S. Senator Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $115,000 from the senator’s campaign war chest in 2018 and 2019, the U.S. Department of Justice announced on Friday. McSally, a former fighter pilot and later an ardent supporter of former president...
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Anthony Barry, a former deputy campaign manager and consultant to former Sen. Martha McSally, pleaded guilty Friday to stealing campaign funds, the Justice Department announced Friday. Barry, 33, of Illinois, stole more than $115,000 from the McSally for Senate Campaign in 2018 and 2019, the department said. Barry fraudulently directed...
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - A former deputy campaign manager for ex-Sen. Martha McSally has admitted to stealing more than $115,000 from the McSally for Senate Campaign in 2018 and 2019. Anthony Barry from Illinois pleaded guilty on Friday to one count of unlawful conversion of campaign funds. Investigators say while working for McSally's campaign, he used his position of power to pay himself more than what his salary was. Money was deposited into his personal bank account. The FBI got involved and helped make the case. Barry is scheduled to be sentenced on July 6 and faces a maximum of five years in prison.
Former Arizona Sentator Martha McSally was born on March 22, 1966 in Warwick, RI. She attended Bay View Academy and later received a B.S. in Biology from the United States Air Force Academy as well as a Master’s Degree from the JFK School of Government at Harvard University. As an...
B.S. - Biology - U.S. Air Force Academy. 2015-2019 - U.S. House of Representatives - Arizona, District 2. 2019-present - U.S. Senate - Arizona (appointed) Sued the Department of Defense policy requiring female service members to wear traditional attire while serving in the Middle East - policy later dropped.