MESA, Ariz. -- Two of John McCainJohn McCainBig-name donors join Trump fundraising team Defense bill renews fight over military sexual assault Senators tout 4.5B defense spending bill that sticks to budget MORE's Republican Arizona colleagues made a brief appearance
Saturday morning ahead of the Arizona senator's rally with Sarah Palin.
Reps. John Shadegg and Jeff FlakeJeff FlakeOvernight Defense: Terrorism suspected in EgyptAir crash; McCain details funding plans Overnight Finance: Path clears for Puerto Rico bill | GOP senator casts doubt on IRS impeachment | Senate approves .1B for Zika Overnight Tech: Trade groups press NC on bathroom law MORE encouraged the crowd of mostly seniors at Dobson High School to vote out their Democratic colleagues so the GOP can repeal the healthcare reform bill.
"We may have lost one battle last Sunday night in Washington, but the
next level of this fight occurs on Election Day in November and we're
going to win that fight," said Shadegg, who's retiring at the end of
his current term.
Shadegg's call for repeal drew a loud cheer from the crowd, but Flake warned there are other pieces of legislation to consider.
"It's not just the healthcare that we have to worry about. There are other big government policies waiting to come down the road," Flake said, citing the Employee Free Choice Act and the cap-and-trade bill.