August 25, Tucson – Today, Ann Kirkpatrick released the following statement on the passing of Senator John McCain. “On this day, our country grieves the loss of Senator John McCain —  one of our country‘s great leaders of our time,” said Ann Kirkpatrick.   “All of the powerful actions and influential words of Senator McCain‘s career boil down to a simple phrase: country first. Like his fathers before him, Senator McCain dedicated his life’s work to defending and enhancing our democracy.”    “Senator McCain pushed aside partisan politics when it challenged the constitutional process and our American values. He may have been […]

For Immediate Release:    Contact: Abigail O’Brien 909-222-7370 Rodd McLeod (347) 387-1010 New Kirkpatrick Ad with Gabby Giffords:  “Progressive Champion”   (Tucson) – Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick has released her campaign’s fifth TV ad, “Progressive Champion,” highlighting her endorsement by former Congresswoman and leading gun violence prevention advocate Gabby Giffords. The ad also reminds voters of Kirkpatrick’s strong progressive record: her vote forthe Affordable Care Act, her commitment […]

July 19, 2018 (Tucson) AZ – Today, Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick released her campaign’s third TV ad, this one features former Congressman Ron Barber and his wife Nancy Barber. The ad, entitled “Daylight” references the 2011 shooting in Tucson. “Daylight” emphasizes that Arizona voters can count on Ann Kirkpatrick to be a fierce advocate for tougher gun laws in Congress.  […]

For Immediate Release: Contact: Abigail O’Brien 909-222-7370 Rodd McLeod (347) 387-1010 This morning, Fox News and other outlets put out false reports on my position on ICE without a single word from me. Here is where I stand. ICE needs top-to-bottom reform. Trump’s policies — especially around family separation — are illegal and […]

6. AZ-2 (R): Republicans are hopeful that Hispanic Chamber of Commerce chief Lea Marquez-Peterson will prove to be a strong candidate here, but Democrats — led by frontrunner Democratic candidate former Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick — would be well-positioned in a district that chose Clinton over Trump by a five point margin. Read the rest >>

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