Just two weeks from Election Day, Republican Senate candidate Rep. Martha McSally is blasting her Democratic opponent's "radical, extremist past" and vowing to fight for every last vote.

According to recent polling, McSally (R-Ariz.) holds a narrow lead over Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.), although the percentages fall within the margin of error.

On "America's Newsroom" Tuesday, McSally said Arizona voters are coming to realize that Sinema is Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's (D-N.Y.) "top recruit" in his hopes of flipping the Senate.


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"She has a radical, extremist past," McSally said. "Anti-military ... open borders ... she voted against the tax cuts, you name it."

She noted that a video from several years ago recently surfaced showing Sinema talking about the "crazy" people in her state.

"We're fighting for every last vote, we're grateful for the support we've had, but this is down to the wire here," McSally said.

McSally, who's endorsed by President Trump, said Democrats are focused on obstructing the president's agenda, and she won't let that happen.

"I've given my life and put my life on the line for our freedoms and way of life, and I'm ready to deploy to the Senate to continue that fight."

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