Joan Greene and Delina DiSanto offer better visions for their Congressional Districts than Andy Biggs and Paul Gosar

Andy Biggs and Paul Gosar are not fit to serve in the House of Representatives.

First, they said no to 9/11 First Responders by voting against aid for them.

Then they said no to the Constitution when they voted against impeachment, saying it was okay,  Donald Trump betrayed his oath of office.

During the current Coronavirus Pandemic, they said no to the people in Arizona by voting against the Heroes Act aimed to provide relief during the COVID 19 health emergency. Biggs has voted against every Coronavirus relief measure.

Now it appears Andy Biggs and Paul Gosar are saying no to the people in their districts by not agreeing to debate their people caring opponents Joan Greene and Delina DiSanto.

Well, seeing how they voted against 9/11 First Responders, the Constitution, and people displaced by COVID 19, it is not hard to fathom why these men would be afraid to debate their positions with opponents whose views are steeped in reality, legality, and compassion for others.

The people of Congressional Districts Five (Biggs) and Four (Gosar) deserve better than what they have been receiving from these two residents of the Trump Zone and Fox Island.

Joan Greene and Delina DiSanto both offer a compelling inclusive and forward vision for their districts, the state, and the country that the residents in those Congressional Districts should strongly consider.

Please review Ms. Greene’s ad “Stronger Together” and its emphasis on compassion, unity, small business economic development, and protecting Social Security and Health Care.

Or this ad from Ms. DiSanto which calls everyone to unite to build a better state and national government that “works for you” and is based on compassion.


Greene and DiSanto offer the people of their districts unity, compassion, and a way forward.

Biggs and Gosar offer divisiveness, Q’anon Fantasy, and a trip back to the Dark Ages.

Voters in both districts should say no to both incumbents in 51 days.

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