Phoenix, AZ – Another national publication has confirmed what Arizona voters already know: Kyrsten Sinema cares about getting things done for Arizona – not playing partisan games. In rankings released by the National Journal today, Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema (AZ-09) was named one of the most bipartisan representatives.
Recognized by both CQ Roll Call and the National Journal Vote Ratings, Sinema consistently votes independent of her party and is listed by CQ Roll Call as one of the 10 most independent Democratic representatives.
“I am fighting the gridlock in Washington to get things done for Arizona,” said Sinema. “I will work with anyone to find solutions to the problems our families, women, seniors, and veterans face.”
Sinema has a proven record of reaching out to members of both parties to find common ground on issues ranging from trade and economic development to reducing spending and government waste. A member of the Blue Dog Coalition, New Democrat Coalition, No Labels Problem Solvers, and as a co-founder of the United Solutions Caucus she works with members of both parties to create real solutions to our country’s most pressing problems.
Sinema fights for common sense solutions that make it easier for Arizona families to get ahead and grow our economy. She works with members of both parties to protect Arizona jobs, hold the Administration accountable, and solve problems for businesses in our district. To read more about Kyrsten and her campaign, please visit her website, kyrstensinema.com.
Phoenix, AZ – Today, on the 79th anniversary of Social Security being signed into law, the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare (NCPSSM) announced their endorsement of Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema’s re-election bid in Arizona’s Ninth Congressional District.
“Congresswoman Sinema understands and supports the critical roles that Social Security and Medicare play in the retirement and health security of our nation’s older citizens and their families. Kyrsten is well-prepared to stand up to serve the needs of seniors and will continue to make the preservation of Social Security and Medicare one of the top priorities in her office,” the organization stated in their endorsement letter.
The NCPSSM is one of the nation’s largest advocacy coalitions for seniors and retired Americans, working on protecting Medicare and Social Security. With several million members, the organization serves as a strong supporter and advocate for seniors nationwide.
“Arizona seniors rely on Social Security and Medicare,” Sinema said. “I am proud to receive the endorsement of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare and pledge to continue protecting these earned benefits for our seniors.”
Elected in 2012, Sinema is holding Congress accountable and keeping her promises to Arizona seniors. She works with members of both parties to protect vital programs like Medicare and Social Security to ensure that seniors can access quality, affordable health care and retire with dignity. To learn more about Kyrsten and her campaign please visit kyrstensinema.com.
Phoenix, AZ – Earlier today, Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema (AZ-09) participated in the ice bucket challenge to raise awareness and help raise funds for research for Lou Gehrig’s Disease, also known as ALS.
Challenged by Congressman John Barrow of Georgia, Sinema accepted the challenge. In addition to participating in the initiative, Sinema contributed to the ALS Association to help fund research for this disease. With a 100% mortality rate, the neurological disease causes long-term deterioration of the nervous system leading to paralysis and eventual death. Thanks to the increased awareness the ice bucket challenge has created, the national ALS Association has raised over $4 million dollars in just over three weeks.
Passing on the challenge, Sinema nominated Representative Raul Ruiz (CA-36), Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, and Tempe City Councilman Corey Woods. To find out more about the ice bucket challenge, please visit the national ALS Association’s website, alsa.org.
To see Kyrsten’s ice bucket challenge, please visit her YouTube channel here.
Phoenix, AZ – Today the Alliance for Retired Americans endorsed Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema in her re-election bid in Arizona’s Congressional District 9 at a public event celebrating the 49th birthday of Medicare in Phoenix.
“I am proud to have the endorsement of the Alliance for Retired Americans. Alliance members know how critical Medicare and Social Security are to Arizona seniors. The Alliance continues to be an advocate for seniors and retirees across the country,” Sinema said. “I am committed to continuing to stand up for Arizona seniors by protecting Medicare and Social Security from budget cuts and legislation that would harm prescription benefits and cost of living adjustments.”
One of the nation’s largest organizations of seniors and retirees with over 4 million members, the Alliance offered their endorsement of Sinema and her campaign, stating, “Congresswoman Sinema understands the challenges facing American seniors. She has a proven record of serving as an advocate for our members, standing up to Congress and even President Obama to protect Medicare and Social Security. We know she will continue to stand up for our members and their values.”
Sinema’s commitment to Arizona seniors is evident. She works with members of both parties to protect vital programs like Medicare and Social Security to ensure that seniors can access quality, affordable health care and retire with dignity. She has also spearheaded efforts to reduce waste and fraud in the Medicare system so we can keep our promise to future generations. To read more about her plan to protect seniors in Arizona, please visit her website kyrstensinema.com/seniors.
Phoenix, AZ – Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema’s campaign in Arizona’s Ninth Congressional District announced today that they raised $581,731.61 in the second quarter of the year, bringing them to $1,593,997.61 cash on hand as of June 30.
“Thousands of supporters know that Kyrsten Sinema shares our values and priorities,” said spokesperson Megan Cagle. “Kyrsten is fighting for our veterans, standing up for Arizona middle-class families and working to expand and grow our economy.”
To date, Sinema’s campaign has raised $2,458,335.90, the most of any Arizona congressional campaign this cycle. With a solid fundraising and supporter base of grassroots supporters, Sinema’s campaign is the clear frontrunner.
“Support from donors across Arizona will help us fight back when the dark money attacks come this fall,” said Cagle. “In 2012 those groups spent nearly $3 million attacking Kyrsten and thanks to our supporters we are prepared to make sure voters in AZ-09 know the truth.”
Elected in 2012, Sinema is holding Congress accountable and keeping her promises. She is working to create and pass comprehensive reform for the VA Health System. She is a cosponsor of the No Budget, No Pay Act because Congress shouldn’t get paid if they fail to do their job. She is working for Arizona families by protecting Medicare and Social Security for our seniors and ensuring college affordability for our students. To learn more about Kyrsten and her campaign please visit kyrstensinema.com.