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Ann Kirkpatrick was born in McNary, Arizona, near the White Mountain Apache Nation in eastern Arizona. Kirkpatrick worked her way through the University of Arizona to earn her bachelor’s and law degrees. After college, she became Coconino County’s first female Deputy County Attorney in 1980 and in 2004 Kirkpatrick was elected to the Arizona House of Representatives.

In 2008, she was elected to the U.S. Congress in one of the largest districts (AZ-01) in the country. While she was defeated in 2010, she came back to reclaim the seat in 2012 and was re-elected in 2014, expanding her margin of victory in one of the toughest environments for progressives in recent memory. In 2016, she unsuccessfully challenged Senator John McCain. The Council endorsed her in that race. 

Since the 2016 election, Ann has moved south to the Tucson area and declared her candidacy to represent Arizona’s Second District, currently held by Rep. Martha McSally (R). As McSally is widely expected to run for the Senate seat now held by Jeff Flake (R), Kirkpatrick will be favored for this open seat in both the primary and general election.

 

Please return Ann Kirkpatrick to Congress by contributing to:

Kirkpatrick for Congress

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