Campaign 2010

Jul 26, 2014

5 Questions Martha McSally Should Answer (But Probably Won’t)

As Martha McSally finally comes out of hiding today for a Republican primary debate, southern Arizonans still don’t know where she stands on a host of critical issues. McSally continues to dodge the issues because she’s hiding her real views which are out of touch with southern Arizona.

So in honor of today’s forum, here are 5 questions that McSally absolutely should answer – but probably won’t.

“Even after southern Arizona voters rejected her twice, Martha McSally still refuses to tell them where she stands on the issues – and it’s clear she’s just using this race to further her own political ambitions,” said Tyrone Gayle of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. “Southern Arizona voters deserve better than someone who tries to hide her anti-middle class agenda that would hurt families, seniors and students.”

5 Questions for Martha McSally:

  1. Why do you want to hurt Arizona Seniors by privatizing Social Security and ending the Medicare guarantee? McSally supported the 2013 Ryan Budget Plan and efforts to invest Social Security on Wall Street.
  2. Why do you want to make it tougher for students to pay for college? McSally recommended ending the student loan program.
  3. Why do you dodge important issues like immigration reform, and a woman’s right to choose?
  4. Why did you skip out of a Congressional hearing early to go fundraise?
  5. Why are you letting the Koch brothers, out-of-state oil billionaires, prop up your campaign? David Koch maxed out to McSally last quarter, and they’ve spent at least $650,000 distorting Ron Barber’s record.