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We have a new US Senator in Arizona KTAR's. Ashley followed is live in the news room with details. Pearson cinema has won the US Senate race tonight, she defeated her Republican opponent Martha mcsally in what became a tight race following the midterm election on Tuesday, only thirty eight thousand one hundred ninety seven votes separated. The two cinema becomes the first woman from Arizona to represent the state in the US Senate in Washington DC, she replaces outgoing Senator Jeff flake moments ago. Martha accelerate posted a video on her Twitter page saying she congratulates her opponent just called cinema in congratulated her becoming Arizona's first female Senator after a hard fought battle. I wish you all success as she represents Arizona in the Senate once again cinema because becomes the first woman from Arizona to represent the state in the US Senate live in the newsroom, Ashley flood KTAR news. Speaking of the election, a Republican congressman blaming John McCain for democrat take over the US house. Search term congressman Jason Lewis have Minnesota says in the Wall Street Journal that the lead Arizona's senators voted against repealing ObamaCare unleashed, a wave of attack ads against Republicans across the country, costing many of them their seats in the midterm elections. He's among those that recently lost their seat being defeated by democrat and g Craig Megan McCain called Lewis's comments abhorrent on Twitter. John McCain who died of brain cancer earlier this year was one of three Republicans who voted against repealing the Affordable Care Act. Bob mcclay. KTAR news. Now for a check on traffic. Here's detour.