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Nelson’s Hypocrisy Over A Government Shutdown

Ellie Hockenbury - January 18, 2018

As the clock is ticking towards a shutdown, Democrats continue to push partisan politics and obstruction over funding the government. Ironically, most of the Democrats refusing to work with Republicans, including Senator Nelson, once pushed for bipartisan solutions to keep the government open, fearing the harmful impacts on the American people.

In fact, in 2013 Bill Nelson stated “every member of congress has a responsibility to put aside partisan political differences in favor of finding common-sense solutions” to avoid a government shutdown.

Government shutdowns can have negative impacts on our military, veterans, children, the disabled, elderly, cancer patients, small businesses and the American economy. Senator Nelson needs to put Floridians first and work with Republicans to get a deal done.

See the latest from RNC Research on Democrats’ hypocrisy over a government shutdown


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