Kyrsten Sinema

Kyrsten Sinema


Official Twitter feed of U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema, serving Arizona.

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Don't miss @PhoenixZoo 's Move & Groove 5K and Fitness Festival on March 7!

We’re working across the aisle and raising awareness about heart health to advance research, understand prevention, and develop life-saving treatment.

Servicemembers cannot protect and defend our nation if they are worried about their children. We’ll keep working to expand childcare at @LukeAFB .

We're proud to support the Rio de Flag flood control project, saving lives and protecting property in Flagstaff.

We’re partnering with local health leaders to make health care more affordable and ensure every Arizonan has access to affordable healthcare.

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We're making health care more affordable and accessible for all Arizonans.

Arizona veterans: we need to hear from you to improve veterans' care. Take our confidential survey so we can ensure you get the benefits you've earned.

We’re strengthening transportation services in tribal communities to expand opportunities for tribal members across Arizona.

#OnThisDay in 1953, scientists discovered the chemical structure of DNA. Aspiring scientists can check out STEM clubs at the @azsciencecenter :

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Congress doesn't deserve a raise. RT if you agree.

I condemn the rocket attacks on innocent civilians and stand in support of Israel and peace.

Statement on the State of the Union address:

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Arizonans bear the brunt of Washington’s failure to address our broken immigration system. We must secure the border with a comprehensive, smart, bipartisan approach - we’re calling on to send additional resources and staff to AZ ports.

Arizonans can count on me to work across the aisle and get things done for our state.

I'm honored to serve as AZ’s senior Senator & grateful to the voters who entrusted me with this duty. I'll continue to work to get things done for Arizonans, because they deserve leaders who put country above party. I pledge to keep our state’s tradition of doing just that.

Women's health care decisions should be between them, their doctors, and their families. RT if you're with us.

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