Kelli believes that national security begins with border security. She holds Congress and the past three administrations directly responsible for their unwillingness to secure the border, which was a failure on their part to fulfill the primary function of government – to protect its citizens.
Dr. Kelli Ward entered politics in 2012 when she ran and won a seat in the Arizona State Senate. During her three years serving in the state legislature, Dr. Ward established a proven track record of passing legislation that supported small businesses, preserved the Second Amendment, decreased the size of government, fought the opioid crisis, protected vulnerable Arizona students and increased school choice.
As a child, Kelli’s grandmother would take her to the VFW for every holiday, parade, and event. As an adult, she’s been a supportive military wife and has worried and waited for her husband to return from Iraq, where he was being rocketed on a daily basis.
Dr. Kelli Ward is a strong advocate for simplifying our nation’s tax code. Kelli is proud to support President Trump and his bold tax reform agenda. As senator, Kelli would work hand-in-hand with the president to advance meaningful, long-lasting tax reform that eliminates the complexity surrounding our current tax code.
As a military wife of a husband who has been deployed overseas, Kelli supports military engagement only as a last resort, only when Constitutionally approved by Congress, and only when there is a clear strategy for decisive victory.
National Security starts with border security. We can never be secure as a nation as long as we have wide open borders and a dysfunctional immigration system. We cannot reward breaking our laws with citizenship, ever.
Education is a huge part of Kelli’s life, as a mom and a lifelong student. As a doctor, she never stops learning. And as a parent, she wants the next generation to have even more opportunity than the last.
There is no right more fundamental to the character and safety of our nation than the right to keep and bear arms. Our Founding Fathers understood that fact, which is why our constitution ensures that it shall not be infringed.
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