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REMINDER: MCCAIN WOULD STILL SUPPORT TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT

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For Immediate Release: February 10, 2016

Reminder: McCain would still support Trump for president
McCain abandoned ‘straight talk’ to stay in Washington

TEMPE – With Donald Trump’s landslide victory in the New Hampshire last night, Arizonans today are reminded once again that John McCain still stands by his promise to support Trump if Trump becomes the GOP nominee for president.

McCain has repeatedly declared his “Trump promise” for months, even after Trump disparaged McCain’s military service and used other hateful rhetoric about immigrants, Muslims, and other Americans.

ICYMI: BRC POLL: ‘ANN KIRKPATRICK TIED WITH MCCAIN’

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For Immediate Release: February 3, 2016

ICYMI: BRC poll: ‘Ann Kirkpatrick tied with McCain’
New poll shows Kirkpatrick gaining while dark money rushes in to rescue McCain

TEMPE – Arizona’s U.S. Senate race turned heads this week as a new independent poll shows “Ann Kirkpatrick tied with McCain.”

The Rocky Mountain Poll detailed how Kirkpatrick picked up six points with voters since November thanks to strong gains with “Hispanics, rural and younger voters” — bringing the race to McCain 38 percent, Kirkpatrick 37 percent.

As McCain continues to struggle, his campaign welcomed a dark-money Super PAC funneling money into the state to boost McCain and paper-over deep-rooted concerns from his own base.

WHAT HAPPENED TO MCCAIN’S ‘COMMITMENT’ ON EQUAL PAY?

NEWS RELEASE

For Immediate Release: January 29, 2016

What happened to McCain’s ‘commitment’ on equal pay?
McCain abandoned ‘straight talk,’ opposed efforts to ensure women were paid equally

TEMPE – Eight years ago, during his campaign, John McCain promised he was “committed to making sure that there’s equal pay for equal work.”
But as the nation marks the seventh anniversary of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act today, a look back at McCain’s actions shows he has failed to live up to that commitment.

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