Get to know Kelli Ward

December 28, 2015

Today Senator Kelli Ward announced her first round of endorsements for her 2016 run for the U.S. Senate.  I am proud to be among them.  Here’s why:

Over the last two years I have had the honor of working closely with Dr. Kelli Ward on the Senate Health and Human Services Committee.  In addition to chairing her own Committee – Senate Education – Kelli Ward was an exemplary Vice Chair of the Sen. HHS Committee, using her extensive expertise as an Osteopathic Physician in that capacity – promoting and supporting free market health care reforms, protections for the unborn and opposing the effects of Obamacare in Arizona.

We made progress in Arizona because of Dr. Kelli Ward.  Patients have more freedoms and choice today in Arizona because of her support and leadership. Arizona’s Medicaid system will have more accountability measures to protect taxpayers and to fight opioid addiction and doctor-shopping.  These are just a few ways Kelli Ward has made a difference in Arizona.

This is what we need in Washington D.C. –  Strong, fearless leadership.  Leadership that goes to the mat for health care freedom and that protects the vulnerable at every stage of life.

Let’s shake up Washington!  Join me in supporting Kelli Ward for U.S. Senate.

Save the Date!

December 12, 2015

Save the Date!  Meet the Candidates: Con. Trent Franks, Sen. Kelli Ward, Rep. Rick Gray & Rep. John Allen

At an Ice Cream Social

Supporting Nancy Barto

WHEN: Friday, August 12th, 6:30 p.m.

WHERE: Jim and Mary Tewalt’s

SUPPORT Your Conservative Candidates in 2016!

R.S.V.P. to Mary at 623-341-1142 or at info@nancybarto.com or by mail (see below)

Thank you!  Your support is much appreciated!

Nancy Barto for Senate
P.O. Box 71297 Phoenix, AZ 85050
Online at www.NancyBarto.com

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