Kirkpatrick rallies voters with Congressional Hispanic Caucus Chairwoman in Phoenix, Casa Grande, and Tucson

 

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For Immediate Release: November 7, 2016

 

Kirkpatrick rallies voters with Congressional Hispanic Caucus Chairwoman in Phoenix, Casa Grande, and Tucson

Kirkpatrick  and Rep. Linda Sanchez fire up volunteers and supporters in final days of election

TEMPE — Ann Kirkpatrick continued her torrid pace across Arizona yesterday, attending GOTV rallies spanning from Phoenix to Tucson to fire up volunteers as Election Day approaches. Kirkpatrick was joined on the campaign trail by California Congresswoman Linda Sanchez, chairwoman of the House Hispanic Caucus, to speak about the importance of the Latino vote.

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Kirkpatrick and Sanchez first stopped in Avondale, where they were joined by Avondale City Councilman Lorenzo Sierra, Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Gallardo and Congressman Ruben Gallego. Kirkpatrick and Sanchez both highlighted how important it is to engage West Valley residents about a livable wage, access to higher education, and a 21st century economy.

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Kirkpatrick then visited with Central Arizonans for a Sustainable Economy in Phoenix to launch a neighborhood canvass, where she spoke about ensuring diverse communities have equal access to the voting booth. Kirkpatrick pushed volunteers to knock every door and call every household to ensure Arizonans did not forget to make their voice heard.

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Kirkpatrick next kicked off her swing through Southern Arizona in Casa Grande. She thanked volunteers who were getting ready to go out and knock doors and let people know about the importance of having their voice heard in this election.

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Kirkpatrick’s last stop of the day was at a canvass launch in Tucson. Volunteers were excited to hit the last round of doors after a full day of contacting voters. They told Kirkpatrick that they would be continuing their efforts until polls close on Tuesday to ensure Arizona has new, principled leadership in the U.S. Senate.

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