The crisis of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls must be addressed. Proud to sign #HB2570 to provide better data and information that will help inform our actions going forward #MMNWG #MMIW— Doug Ducey (@dougducey) May 14, 2019
“Jon Kyl has served as Brett Kavanaugh’s 'sherpa' through the nomination process and will undoubtedly vote for his confirmation, which puts many rights we take for granted at risk, chief among them are women’s reproductive rights, civil rights, voting rights, environmental rights and workers rights," Garcia said.
Freise said he's honored but reminded the excited crowd that they still have the general ahead of them.
"I’m ready for the work with all of your help,” he said.
In the general, they will face Republican Ana Henderson.
"We are going to beat Henderson," Powers Hannley said. "We beat her before, and we will beat her again.”
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raising important issues and making him a better candidate.
“And we can’t do this without them, and we can’t do this without you,” she said. "Arizona has declared that it's ready for vision over division."
She said she credits her hundreds of volunteers and great team for her pending win.
"We had energy from so many groups, especially women who met monthly, marched and made phone calls," she said. "We also had 35 young student volunteers. Two of them couldn’t even vote.”
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An hour before the numbers started to come in for the governor's race, Steve Farley said he’s proud of all the work his volunteers did with his campaign, truly showing the voters who he is as a candidate. He says hundred of teachers joined his campaign after they saw him on the House floor, pushing for an increase to education funding during the Red for Ed teacher walkouts.
He said he’s shown he can win elections, with his numerous terms in the Arizona Legislature, and that experience has prepared him to be governor, and he can solve the problems caused by Doug Ducey’s governorship.
He took the stage at the Pima County Democratic Party’s election event and asked his opponent Kelly Fryer to join him the stage.
“Let’s go out and change this together, no matter who wins tonight,” he said