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Getting Things Done for Arizonans

Dear Friend,

       Arizonans want and deserve a federal government that is efficiently working in their best interest. Far too often partisanship gets in the way of progress and getting things done for Arizona. This year, we’ve worked to address what is wrong in Washington and to make positive changes that increase accountability and improve the lives of Arizona families, seniors, and veterans.

        
Arizonans agree that Washington spends too much time fighting and finger pointing and too little time getting things done. In recent years, Americans watched Congress fail to pass budgets or formulate long-term solutions that address our national debt and grow our economy. Congress needs greater accountability and pressure to do its job. The NOPE Act, legislation we introduced with Arizona Congressman Tom O’Halleran, withholds congressional salaries until a budget is passed. We also introduced the No Raise for Congress Act to eliminate automatic pay raises for members of Congress. Arizonans work hard every day to do their jobs and get ahead — they know they won’t get a paycheck or earn a raise if they don’t get the job done. The same should be true for members of Congress.

        
Arizonans expect leaders who will put partisanship aside to solve the challenges facing our state and our nation. Our team works hard every single day to get things done for Arizona, and we’ll work with anyone who has a good idea to find solutions and solve problems. We have made progress bringing accountability to the VA, cutting red tape for Arizona small business, and creating opportunity for Arizona families. There is always more work to be done. We will continue working with members of both parties to bring an end to partisan gridlock and ensure elected officials in Washington are working for the benefit of Arizona families, seniors, and veterans.

        
We are honored to serve in Congress on behalf of Arizona families like yours. We always appreciate hearing from you on current topics and issues that are important to you. If there is an issue that concerns you, please let us know by clicking this link or by calling our Phoenix office: 602-956-2285. Be sure to stay connected through our Facebook and Twitter accounts, and let us know how we can be of service.

Sincerely,

Kyrsten
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