Fighting for Vulnerable Arizonans

Kathleen became politically active and started supporting Republican candidates to help make a difference. She served as the Community Outreach and Education director for the Arizona Attorney General's Office where she focused on veterans issues and helped established Veterans Courts serving the needs of those who served us. She also worked to create the TASA (Task Force Against Senior Abuse) protecting seniors from being exploited and abused. Winn has a long history of finding solutions to complex problems. Her commitment to law enforcement and the military is well documented. Not as well known is her work with trafficking victims, vulnerable children in the foster care program, and anyone who needs a champion. Winn is a fighter who gets things done. She is just the type of person we need in DC.

Fresh Voice in Washington, DC

Washington is not new to the Winns. Kathleen's husband Al retired from Boeing as VP of the Apache Program. Kathleen supported her husband's efforts and together they contributed to veterans issues and concerns. Kathleen chaired the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation and raised millions of dollars for college scholarships for children of Marines. Kathleen and Al have a small homebuilding company and enjoy working together and contributing to their community and state. The problems facing Arizona are in need of thoughtful, intelligent, and strategic thinking.