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Topic - Kyrsten Sinema
Democratic U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema won't jump from her current district to the one being vacated by retiring Rep. Ed Pastor.
Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema is undoubtedly tempted to jump from her current swing district to the solidly Democratic 7th Congressional District seat being vacated by the retirement of Rep. Ed Pastor, but her campaign is not addressing widespread speculation she will enter the fray.
Former Democratic state Sen. Kyrsten Sinema has been elected to represent a new Phoenix-area congressional district, emerging victorious after a bitterly fought race that featured millions of dollars in attack ads.
Of the four openly gay members of Congress, the two longest-serving stalwarts are vacating their seats. Instead of fretting, their activist admirers are excited about a
“I am pleased that our bipartisan effort to protect Medicare Advantage was successful,” said Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, an Arizona Democrat facing a tough re-election bid, who had vociferously opposed the cuts.