Continuing bipartisan collaboration, Sinema bringing Members of Congress to Douglas, Ariz.
DOUGLAS – Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema is bringing a bipartisan delegation of Members of Congress to the Southwest border on Wednesday. Sinema will be joined by U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), Congressman Juan Ciscomani (R-Ariz.), Congressman Tony Gonzales (R-Texas), and Congressman David Valadeo (R-Calif.).
“We’re building bipartisan coalitions to address our border crisis and keep Arizona families safe and secure,” said Sinema, Chair of the Senate Border Management Subcommittee.
Sinema’s bipartisan delegation will tour the Raul Castro Land Port of Entry in Douglas, Ariz., to see how the investments Sinema secured in the bipartisan infrastructure law will strengthen the port’s security and improve trade and travel. Additionally, Sinema and her colleagues will tour the border near Naco to see the challenges Border Patrol agents experience every day while patrolling the border. Sinema and her colleagues will also join a discussion led by Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels on the border crisis and its effects on communities throughout Cochise County.