Sinema Joins McCain Institute and ASU to Discuss Public Service During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Apr 28, 2020

PHOENIX – Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema joined the McCain Institute and Arizona State University for a virtual fireside chat on the importance of public service during crises, including the current coronavirus pandemic.
“The coronavirus pandemic demonstrates the critical role of public service in meeting our nation’s greatest challenges. I am proud to join the McCain Institute and ASU to honor the legacy of my personal hero Senator John McCain and help inspire the next generation of public servants,” said Sinema.
Sinema participated in a virtual fireside chat with the McCain Institute, the National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service and Arizona State University (ASU) to highlight the critical role of service in our country and ways to engage the next generation in military, national, and public service. Sinema helped honor of the legacy of the late Senator John McCain and promote the notion of service above self and develop ideas to inspire more young Americans to serve – especially during times of crisis. 
Sinema has added a resources page to her website,, for Arizonans looking for the latest information on coronavirus.