January 13, 2020 Press Release
During his first year in Congress, Rep. Greg Stanton’s office returned $1,662,940 in federal benefits owed to residents of Arizona’s ninth congressional district. That figure was the third highest among all freshman democrats according to data collected by Assistant Speaker Ben Ray Lujan.
January 8, 2020 Press Release
Rep. Greg Stanton today issued the following statement after a classified intelligence briefing on U.S.-Iran tensions.
December 19, 2019 Press Release
After months of advocating for an improved North American trade policy, Rep. Greg Stanton today helped advance the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement to the finish line. The U.S. House passed the agreement with a 385 to 41 vote.
Issues:
U.S. Capitol Building at Twilight

Better Government

It’s time for Congress to restore transparency in Washington and return political power to the people.

Groundbreaking for a new Phoenix VA facility

Economy

Arizona families deserve a strong economy that creates real opportunity for everyone—not just those at the top.

Rep. Stanton discusses immigration with a representative of Customs and Border Protection

Trade

Arizonans know well the unique economic opportunities  that come with being a border state.

Valley Metro Light Rail goes through downtown Tempe and ASU campus

Transportation & Infrastructure

Arizona is one of the fastest growing states, and we need to invest now in smart infrastructure that will support that growth.

stethoscope on a clipboard

Health Care

Arizona families deserve a health care system that works for everyone. That means access to more affordable options.

Military soldier saluting American flag

Military & Veterans

Arizona is home to more than half a million veterans, and many of them face new battles when they return home.

Immigration

Immigration

Immigrants make Arizona's economy stronger. We need a system that works better for everyone.

The Lake Mead National Recreation Area near the Arizona/Nevada Border.  high-water mark or “bathtub ring” is visible on the shoreline; Lake Mead is down 139 vertical feet.

Water & Climate

Water is the lifeblood of Arizona's economy. We have to plan for a hotter, drier future now.

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