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ICYMI: Kirkpatrick talks jobs during Tucson campaign swing

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For Immediate Release: August 29, 2016

ICYMI: Kirkpatrick talks jobs during Tucson campaign swing

Kirkpatrick discusses investing in education and creating jobs during visit to a Tucson small business

TEMPE – During a visit to La Estrella Bakery in Tucson over the weekend, Ann Kirkpatrick discussed her vision for Arizona — creating good paying jobs and investing in Arizona’s education system.

McCain: ‘No reason’ to stop supporting Trump

Contact: press@kirkpatrickforsenate.com NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release: August 29, 2016   McCain: ‘No reason’ to stop supporting Trump McCain says, McCain’s ‘maverick’ days are gone, admits there’s nothing Trump can do to lose his endorsement TEMPE – John McCain made it clear — again — that his “maverick” days are long behind him and that […]

McCain promises scandal from big donors amid controversy over $1 million Saudi donation

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For Immediate Release: August 25, 2016

McCain promises scandal from big donors amid controversy over $1 million Saudi donation
McCain says, “Right now all the politicians are happy with a Super PAC and the status quo. But there will be scandal.”

TEMPE – In a new interview with Politico, John McCain brazenly warned that our nation’s current campaign finance system will lead to “future scandals.” The former campaign finance reformer’s comment came amidst controversy over a $1 million donation from the the government of Saudi Arabia the McCain Institute accepted, hiding it from the donor list on its website. McCain has cut off questions from reporters about the seven-figure Saudi donation and refused to admit he had anything to do with the foundation that bears his name — a claim the Washington Post found “misled the public” about his role. McCain has also previously admitted candidates have an “obligation” to big donors.

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