A Secure Arizona is a dark money group that has run several ads supporting Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and criticizing his challenger, Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-AZ). In January 2016, the group spent $90,000 in support of McCain.
The DailyKos Elections blog noted that the final frame of one of the ads claimed that it was paid for by “Citizens for a Working America.” The Citizens for a Working America Super PAC is registered with the FEC, but reported no income and no campaign spending in 2015, and ended the year with just $151 cash on hand.
Arizona Grassroots Action is a Super PAC supporting Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). According to its FEC filings, the group is based in Alexandria, Virginia. In late 2014 and early 2015, the group spearheaded an effort to replace Arizona Republican Party precinct committee members who had voted to censure McCain.
The group has produced content critical of McCain’s primary opponent Kelli Ward. After Ward announced her candidacy, the group released a video “that mocks Ward over chemtrails and what it says is her association with ‘oddball bills’ and ‘fringe issues.’” It later claimed that Ward “wanted to ban our intelligence agencies from operating in Arizona,” which Politifact rated as a “Mostly False” claim.
As of March 31, 2016, the Super PAC reported that it held $714,062 cash on hand. Per FEC data, over 90% of its individual contributions have come from non-Arizonans.
 “Kelli Ward enters GOP Senate race against John McCain.” Dan Nowicki, The Arizona Republic, 07/15/15
 “PAC claims former Arizona senator wanted to ban intelligence agencies.” Anthony Cave, Politifact Arizona, 05/11/16