Ann Kirkpatrick - Quotes

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Yes, I introduced the congressional pay cut bill, cutting our salaries by five percent. And I think we have to lead by example. ---->>>

Both my mother's family and my father's family go back almost a hundred years in the district. I was born in the district, raised in the district, raised my family in the district. And so that's the way I see myself. ---->>>

I grew up in rural Arizona. My dad ran a general store. ---->>>

When millions of Americans are tightening their belts, folks have the right to expect their elected officials to do the same. ---->>>

I grew up learning to do more with less. ---->>>

I have always been an independent voice for the folks in my district. ---->>>

In Congress, I was a relentless advocate for fiscal responsibility. ---->>>

I believe the private sector and small businesses drive our economy, and that means the federal government should work to ensure the private sector is as robust as possible. ---->>>

In 2010, I proposed that Congress take its first pay cut in 77 years, and my effort had bipartisan support. And as part of leading by example, I returned 5 percent of my paycheck every month to pay down the debt. ---->>>

By boosting oversight and accountability, we can empower the VA in its core mission of helping the men and women who have served our country. ---->>>

Gabby Giffords was a mentor of mine in the state Legislature and also in Congress. ---->>>

I believe we must protect Medicare's guaranteed benefit, and I will oppose any effort to dismantle Medicare and turn it into a voucher system. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 03-24, 1950
Occupation: Politician

Ann Kirkpatrick (born March 24, 1950) is an American attorney and politician who was the United States Representative for Arizona's 1st congressional district from 2013 to 2017; she also represented the same district from 2009 to 2011. She is a member of the Democratic Party. She earlier served in the Arizona House of Representatives (wikipedia)