Senator Martha McSally welcomes Hope Harrison, wife of Tucson pilot killed by terrorists, to D.C. for the State of the Union

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In Case You Missed It…. Martha McSally invited Hope Harrison and her daughter Heaven from Tucson to be her guests at President Trump’s State of the Union address last night in Washington, D.C.

Hope’s husband Dustin Harrison was tragically killed by terrorists in January while working at a U.S. base in Kenya. “He was fighting right alongside our military and he had a heart for our country and for doing right.”

Watch the Fox News interview to hear Hope talk about her story and her thoughts on being invited to attend President Trumps’s State of the Union.

Senator McSally Officially Launches 2020 Campaign, Releases “Inspire” video

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Today, Senator Martha McSally officially launched her 2020 campaign! She released a video titled “Inspire,” which highlights her work to deliver results for all Arizonans and her ideas to make life better for the people of Arizona.

Senator McSally is on the side of Arizonans—fighting for jobs, creating a healthcare system that works, cutting taxes for hard working people, and fighting for our veterans. She has spent her entire life serving our country, and now as U.S. Senator has been fighting to lower prescription drug costs, improve military mental health, and protect Arizonans with pre-existing conditions.

The video shows the personal stories of several individuals talking about the work Martha has done as U.S. Senator to go above and beyond to help them.  Dustin, an addiction advocate from Phoenix, discusses Martha’s work fighting the opioid crisis.

“Martha McSally in the Senate is definitely a step in the right direction as far as beginning to tackle this issue of addiction and opioid epidemic,” said Dustin. “She has the power to make a significant change that can impact a lot of people’s lives.”

McSally for Senate also launched a brand new campaign website to highlight her 2020 initiatives.