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Kirkpatrick at a 2018 Democratic debate.

"Make no mistake: today's acts have been brewing for four years under the outgoing president. The cowardly assault on our democracy is not new — it's simply more visible. It paves the way for a terribly slippery slope to fascism." — Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick Read more»

Biden at a February 2020 rally in Nevada.

"This moment requires true presidential leadership to help coordinate an integrated, national response to this pandemic. It is not a 'strategy' to leave a response up to the states." — U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick Read more»

People too dangerous to fly are too dangerous to buy guns and explosives. Makes sense, right? Not to Washington politicians. Read more»

U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick: Arizonans are all too familiar with the consequences of unhealthy and poorly managed forests. Wildfires not only lead to devastating economic losses, they can take a tragic human toll. It's clear that forest health should be a priority in Arizona. But it also needs to be a priority in Congress. Read more»

Arizona’s forests and public lands are more than just beautiful scenery. For many of us, the trees, lakes, rivers and other outdoor treasures embody our way of life. And they are part of our local economies. That’s why so many hopes are pinned on the Four Forest Restoration Initiative (4FRI), the nation’s largest forest-thinning project. Read more»

The Colorado River flowing through the Grand Canyon.

Arizonans are a spirited, strong-willed bunch. But there is something we all agree on: From hikers to hunters, from tribal nations to tourism authorities – we love the Grand Canyon. This is why I am working on an effort to designate the Grand Canyon Watershed as a national monument. Read more»

In 1952, Truman was president, the Dodgers still played in Brooklyn, and I was a toddler in the White Mountains of eastern Arizona. 1952 also happens to be the last year that Arizona had any representation on the powerful House Committee on Agriculture. That's why it's good news for Arizona's farmers, ranchers and forestry workers that I was just appointed to the Agriculture Committee in the 114th Congress. Read more»