The New York Times reports:
Senator Mitch McConnell, the Kentucky Republican and majority leader known for his take-no-prisoners tactics, was elected to a seventh term Tuesday, defeating Amy McGrath, a Democrat who struggled to gain ground despite an outpouring of financial support from her party’s supporters around the nation.
Mr. McConnell campaigned back home on how he had used his position as one of the most powerful figures in Washington to deliver benefits for Kentucky — a consistent theme over his decades in the Senate — and portrayed Ms. McGrath as too liberal and inexperienced for the conservative state.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 4, 2020
Sen. Mitch McConnell has won reelection against challenger Amy McGrath in the closely watched #KYsen race, Decision Desk projects, despite McGrath’s fundraising prowess in recent weeks. https://t.co/SNM2IXjJSz pic.twitter.com/5J7VBzlWdY
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