For Immediate Release: October 28, 2016
Kirkpatrick releases Navajo language radio ad
Kirkpatrick speaks Navajo throughout ad, encouraging voters to choose new, principled leadership for the U.S. Senate
TEMPE — Ann Kirkpatrick unveiled a new Navajo-language radio ad today, “My Navajo Relatives,” in which Kirkpatrick thanks voters for supporting her in the House of Representatives and asks for their support against John McCain.
For Immediate Release: October 27, 2016
NEW AD: “What’s happened to John McCain?”
KIRKPATRICK: “The John McCain I once voted for wouldn’t have chosen Sarah Palin or endorsed Trump.”
KIRKPATRICK: “John’s changed. He cares only about his re-election.”
KIRKPATRICK: “I’ll never sacrifice my principles to get ahead.”
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TEMPE — Ann Kirkpatrick is asking “What’s happened to John McCain?” after 33 years in Washington have changed the self-proclaimed “maverick” into a politician willing to do or say anything to win. In a new statewide TV ad, Kirkpatrick details how McCain dangerously paved the way for Donald Trump because McCain “cares only about his re-election,” while promising Arizonans, “I’ll never sacrifice my principles to get ahead.”
For Immediate Release: October 25, 2016
McCain BFF Ted Cruz joins SCOTUS obstruction caucus
McCain’s promise of obstructionism gets a seal of approval from Cruz, who previously led government shutdown
TEMPE — John McCain’s pledge to obstruct any Supreme Court nominee not put forth by Donald Trump was endorsed today by Texas Senator Ted Cruz, the failed presidential candidate and McCain’s new best friend, who was responsible for the disastrous government shutdown of 2013. Cruz’s blessing reveals just how far out of the mainstream McCain is willing to pander in ignoring his constitutional duty and hurting Arizona families in order to save his political career.