John McCain insulted Arizona tribes by dismissing a lack of education funding for tribal schools by blurting, “Well, you have casinos, don’t you?” in response to a question from the vice chairman of the Tohono O’odham tribe.
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.
TEMPE — Ann Kirkpatrick continued campaigning throughout the state, with 12 stops in the Valley on Saturday. Kirkpatrick rallied volunteers at one stop with civil rights icon Dolores Huerta, who endorsed Kirkpatrick’s candidacy earlier this year.
Ann Kirkpatrick, traveled from the Navajo Nation to Central Phoenix yesterday, taking advantage of every moment to talk to Arizonans about the importance of voting.
Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick calls for Maricopa County to increase Election Day resources
Ann Kirkpatrick spent yesterday in Flagstaff, firing up the hard-working volunteers who are turning out Northern Arizona voters for the last days of early voting and for Election Day. Alongside Congressional District One candidate Tom O’Halleran, Kirkpatrick thanked the volunteers for the record-breaking ballot returns Arizona is seeing this election cycle because of their efforts.