There are many veterans that live in our district and their issues are important to me and to my work in Congress.
America’s brave men and women in uniform are the nation’s greatest assets. They risk their families, their comforts, and their lives in order to protect our freedoms. Their unrelenting sacrifice and sense of duty to their homeland are virtues that must be held in the highest regard.
Arizona is home to one of the largest veteran populations in the nation—many of whom reside in rural areas. During my time in Congress, I have taken steps to ensure our nation’s veterans and their families are treated fairly. In particular, I am a member of the Rural Veterans Caucus, a group of legislators committed to addressing the unique problems faced by our constituents located in geographically remote areas—such as access to care. I have supported many legislative initiatives and have worked with local Veterans Administration officials and organizations to solve some of these unique problems.
I am committed to working on behalf of all of Arizona’s veterans so that they receive the benefits they were promised. Any veterans can contact my district offices if they are having trouble with the Veterans Administration or any other federal agency.
For more information concerning my work and views on Veterans' issues, please contact my Washington, DC office.
I look forward to your feedback.
See also information on veterans benefits.