We did it!

We did it!

Kate Brophy McGee Wins LD28 Senate Race

Late Friday elections officials pre-final vote count in the LD28 Senate race. Thanks to you and your support, I am honored and excited to report that I am the Senator-Elect from LD28. When the last few ballots were tallied, 98,560 ballots were cast in the race. I finished ahead of my opponent by 2,312 votes, earning 51.17% of the total. Saturday morning I received a call from Mr. Meyer, graciously conceding the race. I thank him for his public …

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Election Update

Election Update

Dear Friends and Neighbors: 

Thank you for your caring support and concern while we all await the final outcome of the LD28 State Senate and House races. In Maricopa County, 450,000 mail-in ballots and 55,000 provisional ballots are not yet counted. In the Senate race, I am up 1,035 votes, but there are unknown thousands of uncounted ballots that will determine the final outcome. As soon as I know, I will let you know!

I am so humbled by your support and enthusiasm throughout the campaign. I …

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Notes and News from the Campaign Trail

Dear Friends and Neighbors,Finally I have a few minutes to let you know how the campaign is going. Quick answer is great!! I’ve spoken with thousands of voters this campaign about my record of accomplishment and my plans to continue reinvesting in public education, attract high-paying jobs, and provide opportunities for our most vulnerable citizens.I am out knocking on doors, calling voters, attending forums, and participating in community events to let voters know if they want a Senator who delivers for constituents, I get things done.I want …

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Early Voting Is Here!

Early Voting Is Here!

Early voting began in Arizona yesterday. Many of you will come home to early ballots in your mailboxes. I have been blessed to have your support in the past and now, more than ever, I would appreciate your support for me in the Arizona State Senate.

This election has been the most difficult and challenging of my life. I decided to run for State Senate because I believe government should work for its citizens. Many times we believe the gap between Republicans and Democrats is too …

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