STATE CAPITOL, PHOENIX – Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Phoenix (District 15) will meet with President Obama Friday at the White House at a reception honoring the Young Elected Officials Network.
Sinema, a founding member of the organization, was named last year as one of TIME magazine’s nationwide list of top 40 Rising Political Stars (See: www.time.com/40under40).
“I am honored to be a guest at the White House and to be able to talk to the President about issues that concern Arizonans,” Sinema said. “Our state is facing some tough challenges, just like our nation, and it’s important to work together to meet our goals for a strong Arizona future.”
Prior to talking with the President, Sinema will meet with senior White House officials to discuss housing, immigration reform, innovation, energy and the economy. She will then meet the President at 3:45 p.m. ET at the White House, East Room.