NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release: October 20, 2016

McCain #PavedTheWay For Trump’s Election Rigging Conspiracies
WaPo’s Dave Weigel: “The candidate” who popularized election rigging conspiracy theories “was not Donald Trump. It was Sen. John McCain…”
Weigel: “Some of the most wild charges thrown at Democrats by Trump surrogates have been made for years…”

TEMPE – John McCain’s campaign continues to flail in the aftermath of his more than 60 endorsements of Donald Trump, a new Washington Post poll showing the race as tight as ever, and the news that Kirkpatrick doubled McCain’s Q3 fundraising numbers.

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release: October 20, 2016

Kirkpatrick connects with college students, out-raises McCain again
On the heels of nearly doubling McCain’s fundraising, Kirkpatrick’s momentum continues to grow

TEMPE – Ann Kirkpatrick continued her relentless campaign through Arizona yesterday on the campus of Arizona State University. With early voting in full swing, Kirkpatrick is taking the opportunity to talk to Arizonans about key issues and bringing new, principled leadership to the U.S. Senate. Kirkpatrick’s barnstorming also comes on the heels of nearly doubling John McCain’s third-quarter fundraising, marking the third consecutive quarter Kirkpatrick has out-raised McCain.

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release: October 19, 2016

Kirkpatrick nearly doubles McCain in Q3 fundraising

Kirkpatrick out-raised McCain for third straight reporting period

TEMPE — Ann Kirkpatrick out-raised 33-year politician John McCain for the third straight reporting period. Kirkpatrick raised $3 million, leaving McCain, who raised less than $1.5 million in individual contributions, in the dust.

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release: October 19, 2016

Kirkpatrick continues barnstorming tour
Kirkpatrick spent time listening and speaking with diverse communities about her vision for our state

TEMPE – Ann Kirkpatrick continues to barnstorm across Arizona, just as a new Washington Post poll shows her in a tight race with John McCain. Kirkpatrick spent yesterday traveling across the Phoenix area, meeting with Arizonans about issues that matter the them.

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release: October 18, 2016

What Arizonans are reading today: For McCain, it’s Trump justices or no justice at all
National and local outlets blast McCain’s pledged obstruction on SCOTUS if Trump doesn’t win

TEMPE –After John McCain proudly touted his dedication to obstruction during the debate with Ann Kirkpatrick — saying he “would much rather have eight Supreme Court justices” — and yesterday he doubled down and pledged to block any nominees for the Supreme Court that aren’t made by Donald Trump.

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release: October 17, 2016

McCain pledged not to do his constitutional duty, now flees questions from Arizona reporters
McCain said he’d “rather have 8 justices” just last week

TEMPE – After pledging to block any potential Supreme Court nominees not appointed by Donald Trump, John McCain literally ran from members of the Phoenix press corps today when confronted about comments he made to a Philadelphia radio station.

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