WASHINGTON – Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema met with Arizonans participating in the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s 52nd Annual Legislative Conference to discuss their priorities and provide an update on her work for Arizona in the Senate.
“Hearing from Arizonans fuels my work – and I’m honored to meet with Arizonans attending this year’s Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Legislative Conference to discuss their priorities and how we can work together to deliver lasting results for Arizona,” said Sinema.
The Arizonans participating in the meeting included representatives from HeroZona, veterans, faith leaders, community leaders, and college students. Sinema answered questions from the participants and provided updates on her work in the Senate.
Sinema highlighted the historic investments she’s secured for Arizona – such as her bipartisan infrastructure law, her Bipartisan Safer Communities law, her Chips and Science law, and her Electoral Count Reform law – by bringing colleagues of all political stripes together and prioritizing Arizona’s needs.
The Senator pledged to continue working to make meaningful progress ensuring Arizonans have access to safe and affordable housing, can keep more of their hard-earned money in their pockets, and are able to care for themselves and their families.