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Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks Voted “No,” Took the Dough on Key Infrastructure and Jobs Investments

1 month ago   |   By DCCC

Voters in Iowa deserve better than a hypocrite who votes against over “ $15 million for trails and roads ” for IA-02
Vulnerable Republican Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks once again voted “no” and took the dough by voting against the landmark INVEST Act, which contains critical investments in infrastructure and job creation, including over “ $15 million for trails and roads ” directly for Rep. Miller-Meeks' district at her own request.
Take a look at where the investments that Miller-Meeks voted against will be headed:
$9.9 million for the City of Iowa City, on Dodge Street, from Burlington...
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Rep. Burgess Owens Voted “No,” Took the Dough on Key Infrastructure and Jobs Investments

1 month ago   |   By DCCC

Voters in UT-04 deserve better than a hypocrite who votes against his own community
Vulnerable Republican Rep. Burgess Owens once again voted “no” and took the dough by voting against the landmark INVEST Act, which contains critical investments in infrastructure and job creation, including millions directly for Rep. Owens' district at his own request.
Take a look at where the investments that Rep. Owens voted against will be headed:
$5.5 million for the Midvalley Connector in Murray, West Valley, and Salt Lake City
$3 million for the 700 West Project in South Salt Lake City
$3 million for...
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Reps. Carlos Giménez and María Elvira Salazar Voted No, Took the Dough on Key Infrastructure and Jobs Investments

1 month ago   |   By DCCC

Voters in South Florida deserve better than hypocrites who vote against their own community
Vulnerable Republican Reps. Carlos Giménez and María Elvira Salazar once again voted no and took the dough by voting against the landmark INVEST Act, which contains critical investments in infrastructure and job creation, including millions directly for Giménez and Salazar's districts at their own request.
Take a look at where the investments that Giménez and Salazar voted against would be headed:
$8,800,000 for Roadway Improvements Project in Cutler Bay
$4,330,000 for City of South Miami Pedestrian...
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Rep. Katko Voted No, Took the Dough on Key Infrastructure and Jobs Investments

1 month ago   |   By DCCC

Voters in NY-24 deserve better than a hypocrite who votes against their own community
Vulnerable Republican Rep. John Katko once again voted no and took the dough by voting against the landmark INVEST Act, which contains critical investments in infrastructure and job creation, including millions directly for Katko's district at his own request.
Take a look at where the investments that Rep. Katko voted against would be headed:
$8,000,000 for Onondaga Lake Canalways Trail-Salina Extension Project in Syracuse, NY
$4,407,200 for Reconstruction of Osborne Street in Auburn, NY
$2,970,400 for...
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Rep. Mike Garcia Voted “No,” Took the Dough on Key Infrastructure and Jobs Investments

1 month ago   |   By DCCC

Voters in CA-25 deserve better than a hypocrite who votes against his own community
Vulnerable Republican Rep. Mike Garcia once again voted “no” and took the dough by voting against the landmark INVEST Act, which contains critical investments in infrastructure and job creation, including millions directly for Rep. Garcia's district at his own request.
Take a look at where the investments that Rep. Garcia voted against will be headed:
$8.67 million for Plant 42 Access and Safety Enhancements in Palmdale
$3.67 million for the Quick Fix Circulation Improvement Project in Santa Clarita
$4...
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Rep. Young Kim Voted “No,” Took the Dough on Key Infrastructure and Jobs Investments

1 month ago   |   By DCCC

Voters in CA-39 deserve better than a hypocrite who votes against her own community
Vulnerable Republican Rep. Young Kim once again voted “no” and took the dough by voting against the landmark INVEST Act, which contains critical investments in infrastructure and job creation, including millions directly for Rep. Kim's district at her own request.
Take a look at where the investment that Rep. Kim voted against will be headed:
$18 million for the California State Route 57/60 Confluence Chokepoint Relief Program in Los Angeles County
When Rep. Kim is home in the district this recess, don't be...
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