A long-time doctor and advocate for the greater Phoenix community
Dr. Hiral Tipirneni has served the Phoenix area for more than 20 years as an emergency room physician, cancer research advocate, and a member of the board of directors of the Maricopa Health Foundation. She and her husband have raised their children in the Arrowhead community. Following a childhood illness, Hiral was driven to learn more about medicine, and eventually earned her medical degree. She has worked in numerous emergency departments at local hospitals, and is running for Congress to change the status quo in Washington and work with both parties to find solutions to problems that impact people in Arizona.
An advocate to change the status quo in Washington
Hiral knows that money corrupts the integrity of how Washington functions, and too many elected officials are in the pocket of lobbyists and special interests. That’s why Hiral is leading by example, refusing to take donations from corporate PACs or federal lobbyists. In Congress, she will be a public servant that puts the people of her district first.
A campaign to make a statement against corruption
Hiral’s opponent, incumbent Rep. David Schweikert, is the poster child for corruption in Washington. Currently under investigation by the House Ethics Committee, a preliminary ethics investigation found there was “substantial reason” to think that Schweikert received improper gifts and omitted key details from his required personal and campaign financial disclosures. As evidence of his corruption mounts, it’s clear that Schweikert has become part of the problem in Washington, and End Citizens United is excited to support Hiral’s campaign to flip this seat.
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