MARTHA McSALLY Wins Support From Entire AZ GOP Congressional Delegation

Martha E. McSally is a pioneer. She is the first female fighter pilot to fly in combat, and first to command a fighter squadron in combat in United States history.
Martha is running for Congress in Arizona’s Second District.
Watch this– She’s terrific.

Today the McSally Campaign announced the endorsements from the entire Arizona Congressional delegation.

Martha McSally today announced the endorsements of the entire Republican Congressional Delegation from Arizona for her campaign in the 2nd District.

“I look forward to joining these Congressmen in the fight to solve some of our nation’s biggest problems – jobs, debt, spending, and health care” said McSally. “The campaign is just getting started again and there is a lot of work to be done. The support of the Arizona delegation will be a great resource to our Congressional race and will help build the team and campaign necessary to win and represent the 2nd District for smaller, smarter government.”

Congressmen Ben Quayle, Paul Gosar, David Schweikert and Jeff Flake eagerly backed the McSally team this week joining Congressman Trent Franks who called McSally, “the exact kind of principled fighter we need in Congress.”

“The most important issue we face right now is the economy and how our spending, debt and lack of fortitude has sent us spiraling down a path of high unemployment, high deficits and low confidence,” said McSally. “The 2nd District deserves a representative in Congress who has the education, proven leadership, energy, and moral courage to work towards pragmatic solutions to bring confidence and hope back to Southern Arizonans.”

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