The $3.5 trillion deal was already a compromise. When officials like Sen. Sinema agree to water the reconciliation package down more, they are enabling fossil fuel companies and record drought. We need the boldest reconciliation package possible! https://t.co/bQoKSRRLaq
We're hearing a lot of comments from Logan about things that couldn't be confirmed or that the audit team doesn't know exactly what something means. That doesn't speak well to their findings. They've been doing this for five months.
The presentations we have heard today lack both expertise and overall understanding of election administration. Their conclusions are not only inaccurate, but dangerous. My statement on the Senate’s partisan ballot review of Maricopa County’s 2020 general election:
THIS WEEK’S ALERTS: Push the compromise Freedom to Vote Act finally supported by Sen. Manchin, and the Native American Voting Rights Act; pull out the stops on the social and climate provisions in the Reconciliation Bill; use the need to raise the federal debt ceiling as another reason to …pressure Senator Sinema to support elimination of the filibuster