Cindy McCain may have put a final nail in Donald Trump’s Arizona Electoral Coffin.

This evening, the wife of the late Senator and 2008 Republican Presidential Nominee, John McCain, has formally endorsed 2020 Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden for the November 3, 2020 elections.

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She joins other famed Republican public servants like former House Representative Jim Kolbe, Senator Jeff Flake, and Attorney General Grant Woods.

She had already hinted at this, taping a segment at the August Democratic Convention highlighting the friendship between both men.

In announcing the endorsement via tweet, Mrs. McCain said:

“My husband John lived by a code: country first. We are Republicans, yes, but Americans foremost. There’s only one candidate in this race who stands up for our values as a nation, and that is @JoeBiden. Joe and I don’t always agree on the issues, and I know he and John certainly had some passionate arguments, but he is a good and honest man. He will lead us with dignity,” she said. “He will be a commander in chief that the finest fighting force in the history of the world can depend on, because he knows what it is like to send a child off to fight.”

The former Vice President replied:

“I’m deeply honored to have your support and your friendship. This election is bigger than any one political party. It requires all of us to come together as one America to restore the soul of the nation. Together, we’ll get it done.”

Recent polls show Joe Biden leading Donald Trump in Arizona by an average of five points

Cindy McCain may have just helped to deliver the Grand Canyon State to him.

Thank you.

Country First.

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