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Trump's AZ GOP House Reps

Congressman David Schweikert

Voters in Arizona’s 6th Congressional district need to know that David Schweikert betrayed their trust by putting his own personal enrichment ahead of their interests.

Congress found him guilty of 11 ethics violations, fined him $50,000 dollars, and unanimously reprimanded him after he (1) used his Congressional staff to pay for his personal expenses like first-class flight upgrades, dry cleaning, and expensive dinners and (2) lied on his official campaign finance reports about loans, donations, and expenses.

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Congressman Andy Biggs

Rep. Andy Biggs has voted against every COVID relief bill, pushed for the premature re-opening of Arizona’s economy and Arizona schools, and he has called for Dr. Fauci to be fired. Recently Biggs touted bogus medication as a cure for COVID-19.

Congresswoman Debbie Lesko

Rep. Lesko sided with Big Pharma and corporate health care industry backers when she voted “no” on the House Medicare price negotiation bill, even though the plan is expected to lower drug costs — and save Medicare $345 billion over the next decade.

Congressman Paul Gosar

Despite President Trump’s own admission that he deliberately worked to block money to the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) in order to hamper mail-in votes for the Presidential election,  Rep. Paul Gosar defended the changes to the USPS and baselessly accused Democrats of conspiring to create problems with the upcoming election. Gosar then voted against a bill that would stop the USPS from disrupting mail service.

 


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