Arizona's members of the U.S. Senate stayed with their parties during the vote to acquit President Donald Trump on two articles of impeachment.
Republican Sen. Martha McSally voted not guilty on both counts, and Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema voted guilty.
In a written statement explaining her vote, McSally said: "The President is not perfect, and the way he evidently attempted to address his legitimate concerns about corruption involving the Bidens was inappropriate. Even if all the House Democrats allege is accurate, even if John Bolton supports their allegations in his book, even if other negative information comes out in the future, this does not rise to anywhere near the level of throwing the president out of office."
Moments before the vote Wednesday afternoon, Sinema released a statement explaining her guilty vote.
She wrote that White House attorneys "failed to assure the American people that this behavior will not continue and that future national security decisions will be made free from personal interests."
Other reaction from across Arizona was split along party lines.