Jeff Flake is taking his campaign for the United States Senate on the road on Friday, March 23 with a two-day statewide bus tour. The Flake for U.S. Senate tour begins with a kick-off rally with family and supporters at Higley High School in Gilbert and ends on Saturday, March 24 with a BBQ & rally in Snowflake, with stops along the way in Coolidge, Tucson, Yuma, Tolleson, Prescott, and Payson.

On Friday, the Flake for U.S. Senate tour bus will make two stops in Tucson.

The first will be a small business tour of the Abrams Airborne manufacturing facility. Following the facility tour, Jeff Flake will meet with and address Abrams employees. Media is invited to come along on the facility tour – please let the campaign press office know if you plan to attend so proper arrangements can be made. Media in attendance will also have an opportunity for one-on-one interviews at the end of the stop.

The second stop will take place at the Pima County Republican Party headquarters whereJeff Flake will meet and greet members of the public and supporters, and make brief remarks. Media is invited to attend and there will be an opportunity for one-on-one interviews -- please contact the campaign press office to schedule.

At each stop on the bus tour, Jeff Flake will meet and greet supporters and speak about the importance of this senate election. Arizonans have a history of sending people to Washington who promote a philosophy of limited government, economic freedom, and individual responsibility. That has been Jeff Flake’s guiding philosophy in Congress and will be as Arizona’s next U.S. Senator.

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