SINEMA: There are a lot of people in Washington who are more interested in their talking points and their ideology than getting stuff done. And what I say to those folks is “move over, and let the adults in the room solve this problem.” It doesn’t have to be that way because we can work together, we can reach across the aisle, we can solve problems, and in fact, some of us do it every day. That’s my job. It’s just to get up each morning and think, “how can I better serve the people of Arizona?” What can I do for everyday people? They shouldn’t have to worry about what’s happening in Washington. They should get to just get up in the morning, take care of their families, go to work and plan for their kid’s future. It’s our job to make sure the government’s working for them, not against them.