McSally for Senate Launches New TV Ad, “Never Trust a Communist”

PHOENIX, Ariz. – Today, McSally for Senate launched another campaign TV ad, “Never Trust a Communist”. The ad highlights Senator McSally’s work to hold the communist Chinese government accountable for lying to the world and covering up critical information about the Coronavirus. Senator McSally is also working on bringing pharmaceutical and manufacturing back to America, not only to boost the U.S. economy but to decrease reliability on China.

McSally has introduced legislation to allow U.S. citizens to file lawsuits against the Chinese Communist Party over losses suffered during the Coronavirus pandemic.

“I learned in the military to never trust a Communist. All of America is learning that the Communist Chinese government lied and continues to coverup about the coronavirus, resulting in over 80,000 American deaths and counting” said Senator Martha McSally. “China destroyed samples, silenced doctors, kicked out journalists, blamed the US Army, and are still executing a propaganda campaign, costing lives and massive economic calamity. America will come back from this stronger than ever, but the Chinese government must be held accountable, and we must never again rely on them for critical supply chain needs.”

“Arizonans want elected officials to stand up to China’s government and say no more; Senator McSally is doing just that. Her opponent, on the other hand, has a startling history of doing business with the Communists in China,” said Dylan Lefler, McSally for Senate Campaign Manager.  “He co-founded WorldView, a space exploration company that received investment from a Chinese company labeled by the United Nations as ‘an enabler of Chinese government oppression.’ WorldView was supposed to create 400 jobs but instead failed to launch a Kentucky Fried Chicken sandwich into space and employs fewer than 100.”

Lefler continued, “There is only one candidate in this race who can be trusted to fight China for the well-being and jobs of Americans, Senator Martha McSally.”

You can watch the ad here.

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McSally for Senate Launches New Digital Ad “Stronger Than Ever”

PHOENIX, Ariz. – Today, McSally for Senate launched a new digital ad, “Stronger Than Ever.” The digital ad, a companion to last week’s television ad titled “Get Through This,” highlights Senator McSally’s personal efforts to help Arizonans during the coronavirus pandemic by donating her April paycheck to charities and individuals in need, giving blood, volunteering at food banks, and raising money for The Salvation Army of Arizona. McSally recorded the message for the ad on her phone while at home practicing social distancing.

At the start of this devastating pandemic, Senator Martha McSally shifted her campaign to focus on providing relief for Arizona. Her campaign ceased normal advertising for more than a month and suspended all door to door canvassing to instead deliver essential items to the elderly and vulnerable in communities across Arizona.

She introduced legislation to put Americans first by withholding pay from all U.S. Senators until they passed a relief packagehelped secure additional ventilators for Arizona hospitals, and worked to get immediate cash relief to individuals, hospitals, state/local governments, and small businesses. She also fought to secure $8 billion for Native American tribes like the Navajo Nation in Arizona to combat costs associated with fighting coronavirus.

On April 1st, Senator McSally announced she was suspending all campaign fundraising to instead raise as much money as possible for The Salvation Army of Arizona. For 15 Days, she focused on volunteering and raising money, bringing in over $212,000 to directly support Arizonans struggling with food insecurity, rent and utility payments.

“There is no doubt we are facing one of the greatest challenges of our lifetime. Coronavirus has affected all of us personally and the pain is real,” said Senator McSally. “One thing is certain though – we will get through this together. I’m committed to making sure Arizona has support to win this fight by getting critical funds to small businesses, workers, families and hospitals and protection for our frontline health care heroes.  I’m also doing what I can personally, like donating my paycheck, raising money for charity, and giving blood. I know times are tough, but we will prevail by working and helping together.”

You can watch the ad here.

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McSally for Senate Launches New TV Ad “Get Through This”

PHOENIX, Ariz. – Today, McSally for Senate launched a new television ad, “Get Through This.” The ad focuses on Senator McSally’s unparalleled work on behalf of Arizonans during the coronavirus pandemic — raising money and volunteering to help those directly affected by COVID-19 and fighting for critical funding for Arizona small businesses, families, and health care providers.

On March 18th, Senator Martha McSally announced a major shift in her campaign, ceasing normal advertising and grassroots work for 30 days. She suspended all door to door canvassing focusing instead on helping the elderly and vulnerable in communities across Arizona.

McSally has been working tirelessly to provide relief for Arizonans. She introduced legislation to withhold pay from all U.S. Senators until they passed a relief packagehelped secure additional ventilators for Arizona hospitals, worked to craft and pass the CARES Act that provides immediate relief to hospitals, state/local governments, hard-working small businesses and families, and secured $8 billion for the Navajo nation.

On April 1st, Senator McSally announced her 15 Days of Giving initiative to suspend all campaign fundraising and instead raise as much money as possible for The Salvation Army of Arizona. After more than two weeks of volunteering at Salvation Armies and raising money, Senator McSally raised over $212,000 thousand to directly support Arizonans struggling with food insecurity, rent and utility payments.

In addition, Senator McSally is donating her entire Senate paycheck for the month of April to help people directly impacted by the coronavirus.

“Arizonans from all walks of life and professions have had their lives upended from the coronavirus, and it’s my honor to help,” said Senator McSally. “That includes getting immediate cash to families, ensuring our frontline healthcare heroes have the protection and equipment they need, and helping small businesses get financial support to stay afloat. I am also doing all I can personally like volunteering my time and money to help Arizonans put food on the table. I am fully focused on supporting Arizonans through this pandemic. Together we will prevail.”

You can watch the ad here.

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Senator McSally Announces Over $212k Raised for The Salvation Army’s COVID-19 Relief

PHOENIX – Senator Martha McSally announced today her campaign raised over $212,000 during the “15 Days of Giving” initiative. For 15 days, McSally for Senate suspended all campaign fundraising to instead raise as much money as possible for The Salvation Army of Arizona.

The Salvation Army is on the front lines in helping Arizonans impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. For example, they are: providing meals and food deliveries for children and families facing food insecurity; checking in on seniors who may be isolated and delivering meals; and financially supporting those hit hardest through rent and utilities assistance.

In addition, Senator McSally is donating her entire Senate paycheck for the month of April to help people directly impacted by the coronavirus.

Watch the Salvation Army’s video announcing the final amount raised here.

“As I saw and heard about the tough situations Arizonans are facing because of COVID19, I knew I had to help. I put my resources to work to raise money and volunteer for The Salvation Army, helping those directly affected by COVID-19. Many have lost jobs, paychecks, and are struggling to put food on the table. This is an unprecedented time, and we must continue to come together as Americans and help each other. We each need to do our part, whether that is raising money for charities,  volunteering if able, or even getting groceries for our neighbors,” said Senator McSally. “As a U.S Senator, I will continue to ensure that relief for hospitals, small businesses and hard-working individuals is prioritized. The days ahead will be tough, but working together we will prevail.”

“The Salvation Army is truly blessed by the efforts of the ’15 Days of Giving’ initiative,” said Lt. Colonel Kelly Pontsler, Commander of The Salvation Army Southwest Division, based in Phoenix. “The compassion and generosity shown by Senator McSally and her campaign team and volunteers will go a long way in helping Arizonans in need during this time of uncertainty.”

See photos of Senator McSally volunteering at The Salvation Army in Phoenix, Tucson, and Yuma, along with photos of bringing meals to our frontline healthcare heroes.

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15 Days of Giving

Senator Martha McSally announced today a “15 Days of Giving” initiative. For the next 15 days, McSally for Senate will suspend all campaign fundraising and instead raise as much money as possible for The Salvation Army of Arizona.

The Salvation Army is on the front lines in helping Arizonans impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. For example, they are: providing meals and food deliveries for children and families facing food insecurity; checking in on seniors who may be isolated and delivering meals; and financially supporting those hit hardest through rent and utilities assistance.

In addition, Senator McSally is donating her entire Senate paycheck for the month of April to help people impacted by the coronavirus.

Watch the full video that explains the 15 Days of Giving here.

Senator McSally and her staff will also be volunteering at The Salvation Army of Arizona on Friday, April 3rd, Wednesday, April 8th, and Monday, April 13th.

Contact Lydia Hall (lydia@mcsallyforsenate.com) for further details of The Salvation Army visits, which will be conducted safely and abide by the Governor’s executive stay-in-shelter order and CDC recommendations.

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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.