Rep. Kirkpatrick May Suffer for Legislative Slump

Monday, 27 Sep 2010 10:32 AM

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At first glance, Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz., looks highly-accomplished for a freshman, after introducing 30 bills during her first term in Congress. But only two of those bills turned into law, which could make Kirkpatrick’s Republican opponent Paul Goser is playing up the failures, calling her “irrelevant,” according to a The Hill report.

Kirkpatrick, Gosar, Arizona, Democrat, IrrelevantAnd even her own campaign admits she could be in trouble. Its latest internal poll shows her leading Gosar by only 43 to 39 percent. And her favorability rate stands at just 46 percent.

“Thirty bills introduced and not one her first term her last, The Hill reports.passed? [That] proves she is pretty irrelevant," J.P. Twist, a spokesman for Gosar, told The Hill.





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