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94 Facts About Martha McSally
5. Martha McSally waves at the crowd during the Statutory Meeting of the State Committee of the Arizona Republican Party at Church for the Nations on Saturday, Jan 26, 2019.
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8. Martha McSally was elected in 2014, after retiring in 2010 as a full Colonel in the United States Air Force.
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10. Martha McSally was born on March 22, 1966; the Rhode Island native is the youngest of five children.
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13. Martha McSally was the first Republican who was elected to Congress in 2014.
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24. In January 2019, Martha McSally was one of 11 Republican senators to vote to advance legislation intended to prevent President Trump from lifting sanctions against three Russian companies.
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26. Martha McSally was born in 1966 in Warwick, Rhode Island, the youngest of five children.
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27. Martha McSally served in the United States Air Force from 1988 to 2010 and rose to the rank of colonel before retiring.
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30. Martha McSally is correct that the number of asylum petitions referred to immigration courts rose from 5,100 in 2008 to 92,000 in 2016, according to Department of Homeland Security data.
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31. Martha McSally evidently hopes her hardline tack on immigration will make her look tough on border issues as she prepares for an uphill Senate primary against ultra-conservatives Joe Arpaio and Kelli Ward.
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34. Martha McSally has not taken a public position on Trump's executive order to suspend the entry of foreigners from seven Muslim-majority countries into the United States.
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35. Martha McSally supported the March 2017 version of the American Health Care Act,  and voted on May 4, 2017, to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and pass a revised version of the American Health Care Act.
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38. Martha McSally refused to take a position on whether she recommended voters in her district to vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.
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39. Martha McSally has continued to speak out about gender relations in Saudi Arabia.
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40. Martha McSally was selected as one of seven active duty Air Force officers for the Legislative Fellowship program, during which time she lived in Washington, DC and advised Senator Jon Kyl on defense and foreign affairs policy.
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42. Martha McSally was born in 1966  in Warwick, Rhode Island, the youngest of five children.
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47. Martha McSally is a retired military officer who served in the United States Air Force from the year 1988 to 2010 and rose to the rank of colonel.
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51. Martha McSally voted with 201 Republicans and 105 Democrats in favor of the bill.
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52. Martha McSally voted with 237 Republicans in favor of the bill.
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53. Martha McSally voted with 243 Republicans and 25 Democrats against the bill.
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54. Martha McSally voted with 222 other Republican representatives to approve the bill.
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55. Martha McSally was one of 111 Republicans to vote in favor of HR 1295.
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56. Martha McSally was one of 190 Republicans to vote in favor of the amendment.
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57. Martha McSally was one of 191 Republicans to support the measure.
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58. Martha McSally was first elected to the US House in 2014 after serving in the Air Force for 26 years.
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60. Martha McSally was tight enough that a winner wasn't decided until Monday, after a slow count of mail-in ballots gave her an insurmountable lead.
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61. Martha McSally was tight enough that a winner wasn't decided until Monday, after a slow count of mail-in ballots gave her an insurmountable.
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66. Martha McSally was married to Air Force officer Donald Frederick Henry from 1997 to 1999; the marriage was annulled.
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68. In July 2018, Martha McSally issued a statement touting Trump's actions to prevent "Russian aggression": she listed sanctions, the expulsion of diplomats, and working with NATO as some of them.
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70. In December 2014, Martha McSally criticized President Obama's executive actions on immigration program and the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) program), saying that it was "absolutely inappropriate" of Obama to take these actions rather than "allowing the new Congress to sit and try to sort it out.
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71. Martha McSally said the bill was "not perfect" but that it was better than the "failed system" of the Affordable Care Act.
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72. Martha McSally supported the March 2017 version of the American Health Care Act, and voted on May 4, 2017, to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and pass a revised version of the American Health Care Act.
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73. Martha McSally is in favor of repealing the Affordable Care Act.
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77. In 2015, Martha McSally co-sponsored the Mexican Wolf Transparency Act, a bill that would delist the Mexican wolf as an endangered species and halt a United States Fish and Wildlife Service recovery program that aims to reintroduce the wolf to areas in Arizona.
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84. Martha McSally announced her campaign in Tucson, then flew to Phoenix and Prescott for subsequent campaign announcement rallies.
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85. On January 12, 2018, Martha McSally announced her candidacy for the US Senate seat being vacated by the retirement of US Senator Jeff Flake.
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88. The Arizona Republic determined that Martha McSally would not be able to pick up enough votes to overcome Barber's lead.
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89. On February 9, 2012, Martha McSally announced her candidacy for the special election for Arizona's 8th congressional district vacancy created by the resignation of Gabrielle Giffords.
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90. Martha McSally retired from active duty with 22 years of commissioned service in the US Air Force on May 6, 2010.
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91. Martha McSally was represented by the Rutherford Institute in a successful 2001 lawsuit against the Department of Defense, challenging the military policy that required US and UK.
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92. Martha McSally was selected as one of seven active duty Air Force officers for the Legislative Fellowship program, during which time she lived in Washington, DC as an advisor for Senator Jon Kyl on defense and foreign affairs policy.
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94. Martha McSally was born in 1966 in Providence, Rhode Island, the youngest of five children.
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