Six Democrats in the senate that boycotted Trump’s confirmations are up for re-election next year. Let’s end their reign of terror.
Sometimes when you want to change things you have to do it one step at a time. By incrementally removing the corrupt from power, we can change the government. If you are in any of the following states do your research on these politicians and tell others what you find. It’s time for a real change in America! If you agree with me please share this story and help change America. We can “Make America Great Again” if we work together.
via Bill Smith:
VOTE THEM OUT! SIX SENATE DEMOCRATS Up For Reelection In RED STATES Boycott Vote To Play Politics
12 Senate Democrats are being targeted by Republicans in 2018:
Ten of these Democrats are from strong Trump Republican states:
(Six Democrat Senators in bold are in Trump supporting states)
Florida Bill Nelson (D)
Indiana Joe Donnelly (D)
Michigan Debbie Stabenow (D)
Missouri Claire McCaskill (D)
Montana Jon Tester (D)
New Jersey Bob Menendez (D)
North Dakota Heidi Heitkamp (D)
Ohio Sherrod Brown (D)
Pennsylvania Bob Casey (D)
Virginia Tim Kaine (D)
West Virginia Joe Manchin (D)
Wisconsin Tammy Baldwin (D)
via New York Times:
WASHINGTON — Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee sought to stall the confirmations of Steven Mnuchin and Tom Price, President Trump’s picks for Treasury secretary and secretary of health and human services, by refusing to attend scheduled votes on Tuesday.
As Mr. Trump’s dramatic firing of his acting attorney general threw the capital into tumult, Democrats on Tuesday also seized on the contentiousness to try to block Senator Jeff Sessions’s nomination as attorney general because they said he was too close to Mr. Trump.
These Democrats are sitting members on the Senate Finance Committee:
These Democrats wanted to stall confirmation of President Trump’s picks for Treasury and HHS by boycotting the committee hearing! This is playing politics with the wishes of the American people! Vote them out!
Ron Wyden, Oregon, Ranking Member
Debbie Stabenow, Michigan
Maria Cantwell, Washington
Bill Nelson, Florida
Bob Menendez, New Jersey
Tom Carper, Delaware
Ben Cardin, Maryland
Sherrod Brown, Ohio
Michael Bennet, Colorado
Bob Casey, Pennsylvania
Mark Warner, Virginia
Claire McCaskill, Missouri