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leftlyj Jun 19
is a stellar Congressman. He's focused on our priorities, pushing for Gateway funding, sharing his valuable expertise on the Foreign Affairs committee and a voice of reason in these troubled times. NRCC is desperate to regain House but they WON'T get !
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IndivisibleLNH 12h
For Wilmer... please come to ’s rally to !! TODAY 6/25, 5-6 pm, outside ’s office, 1717 Langhorne-Newtown Rd, Langhorne PA.
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IndivisibleLNH Jun 16
Go Tom! Yes, please pursue this!
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Ally Mutnick 11h
Impeachment Tracker: in is likely to be the FIFTH swing-seat Dem to back an inquiry. Along with... in in in in Worth noting that Hillary Clinton carried all 5 seats in 2016.
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Peg Kugler Amorosa Jun 21
The Branchburg Democrats💙will be hosting our first picnic ever @ White Oak Park, Baird Rd, Branchburg, 12-3. I’m skilled with a knife so I made orzo salad and chopped Napa salad. Yup, they’re delish. Hope to see some Dems there.
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Will DiBugno Jun 24
Try focusing instead on flipping swing districts. Here's where you SHOULD send political donations: - - - - - - - -
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Dave Wasserman Jun 18
Have to disagree re: this making impeachment politics more complex for Pelosi. Porter & Malinowski are two of the most liberal Ds who flipped R seats in '18 & Clinton won both & . More importantly, the # of House Ds who support impeachment is still nowhere near 218.
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Foreign Policy for America Jun 17
Rep. Tom has emerged as one of Congress’ most powerful voices for principled foreign policy. He’s worked across party lines to uphold human rights, protect American elections, and rein in the Trump White House. We’re proud to support his re-election! #2020
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Eric Michael Garcia Jun 17
Replying to @Malinowski
Also, Porter is now the second swing-district Democrat in to support impeachment after in . Both are suburban, upper-middle class districts. These members will determine if impeachment will go forward.
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Nick Rafter Jun 20
Interesting factoid. supporters and all represent Romney-Clinton districts that all voted for their state's most recent UNSUCCESSFUL Republican gubernatorial candidates.
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Michael McAdams Jun 17
. & the socialist Democrats are already admitting their 2020 prospects are in a dark place due to their unhealthy obsession with impeachment.
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IndivisibleLNH Jun 18
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Susan M. Blubaugh Jun 19
This, of course, is a lie. The Republican Party would like nothing better than to re-take seat. They have chosen to double down with support for the most corrupt pr*sident and party leader in its history. That won’t work here.
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Reuben Rodriguez Jun 19
Replying to @Redistrict
is fascinating: Lance was a phenomenally bad campaigner & Kean is household name 4 longterm residents District was perfect fit for GOP of '04...but not Trump GOP. Recently, 30-40-something affluent liberals moved in in droves If Kean flips back old residents he has a shot
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Susan M. Blubaugh Jun 19
He won’t! Activists like you, who helped elect are still here. We had maybe the best turnout operation in the country, and success breeds success!
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Rick Shaftan Jun 21
Tom Kean's vote for the budget just adds to the problems this pro-abortion, pro-illegal alien, anti-gun, anti-Trump "moderate" has if a credible conservative takes him on in the primary.
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