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Interesting note. If not for SC WTA primary, the delegate count would look something like this:

Fitzgerald: 33

Driscoll: 44

Benson: 27

Granata: 29

Driscoll would take the lead and Granata would move into 3rd

William C. Motter D-CO-02 (Boulder, Fort Collins, Broomfield)

 

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I really don’t see how this won’t go to a contested convention. Granata is going to endorse someone, likely Driscoll or Benson. With nearly half of delegates already bound and with no winner, the RNC will be interesting to watch.

William C. Motter D-CO-02 (Boulder, Fort Collins, Broomfield)

 

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BREAKING: Senator Harvey Ross (R-NC) just voted yes on the No Taxpayer Funding got Abortions Act. He once said this of the bill,

Links C-SPAN video of Ross speaking on the floor of the senate

”This bill is nothing but an attack on individual liberty and the right to chose whatever you want. The government should have no say in wether or not you get an abortion. I am disgusted and disappointed by my colleagues in the GOP and stand firmly against this bill.”

William C. Motter D-CO-02 (Boulder, Fort Collins, Broomfield)

 

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22 minutes ago, SWMissourian said:

And just like the Minority Leader, @realRevWolfe spreads misinformation and lies about what the Kate's Law does. Missourians expect better.

Senator Wolfe voted in favor of Kate’s Law, one of the few senate democrats to break with their party. 

William C. Motter D-CO-02 (Boulder, Fort Collins, Broomfield)

 

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2 minutes ago, SWMissourian said:

Yes, Senator. Crossing the border illegally is well...illegal. Legal immigration is a good thing, but illegal immigration leads to lower wages, cultural division, crime, and increased fiscal burden on our welfare state. 

Would you mind explaining what “cultural division” is?

William C. Motter D-CO-02 (Boulder, Fort Collins, Broomfield)

 

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Voter fraud has long been the reasoning behind voter ID laws, but is there something more sinister going on? That’s what we look into on tonight’s bill Political Corner.

William C. Motter D-CO-02 (Boulder, Fort Collins, Broomfield)

 

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3 hours ago, SWMissourian said:

The notion that you need an ID to buy a gun to protect your family but not to decide the political fate of the nation is, to me, absurd. 

Did you watch the piece, Senator?

William C. Motter D-CO-02 (Boulder, Fort Collins, Broomfield)

 

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2 hours ago, Pinnacle said:

I’m deeply concerned by Mr. Alexander’s hearing performance thus far. We need an Attorney General who is committed the the Rule of Law and who respects the separation of powers. (1/2)

I hope that Mr. Alexander can prove his qualifications to be America’s Lawyer within the next couple of days. (2/2)

Mr. Alexander is a relative moderate here. He is moderate on 2A (agrees with Heller) and on death penalty (believes its constitutional). He doesn't believe in deporting every illegal alien but supports arresting them if they commit violent crimes. He supports keeping power at the local level with sanctuary cities, a position in which ~52% of americans support. 

 

He also has the resume for the job. He spent 6 years as the attorney general for the state of Minnesota. Reagan's AG, Edwin Meese, only experience was as a county law clerk.

William C. Motter D-CO-02 (Boulder, Fort Collins, Broomfield)

 

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1 hour ago, SWMissourian said:

So is this news agency a DNC PR firm now, or...?

Just because we point out facts doesn't mean we are biased one way or another. If you think saying facts is partisan than you should take a long hard self reflection at yourself and at your party.

William C. Motter D-CO-02 (Boulder, Fort Collins, Broomfield)

 

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1 hour ago, Chris said:

@NATN

”Interesting early session rhetoric from both Republicans and Democrats over cabinet nominee for Attorney General. Only 9 times in history have cabinet nominees been rejected by the Senate and those were in extreme cases. Interesting coming days ahead.”

The last time was in 1989 when George HW Bush's defense secretary was rejected 53-47 due to allegations of being drunk on the job. Other reasons for rejection have included a treasury secretary nominee with ties to a sugar trust, a navy secretary nominee in 1844 who wanted to put southern sailors on northern ships and vice versa, and a treasury secretary nominee who wanted to dissolve the 2nd bank of the united states.

William C. Motter D-CO-02 (Boulder, Fort Collins, Broomfield)

 

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