Debt Ceiling bill senate vote

Urgent Request to Remove MVP Free-Pass from the Debt Ceiling Bill that the Senate is voting on today and tomorrow. 


Start by Calling Senator Warner’s Roanoke Office AT:  540-857-2676 and leaving a message thanking Senator Warner for supporting Sen Kaine’s Amendment to remove the MVP from the Debt Ceiling Bill.   Other calls to make, please:   

Name State Phone Number 
Majority Leader Sen. Chuck SchumerAsk him to allow amendments!!!(202) 224-6542
Sen. Cory Booker (D)NJ(202) 224-3224
Sen. Mark Warner (D)VA(202) 224-2023
Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D)IL(202) 224-2854
Sen. Ed Markey (D)MA(202) 224-2742
Sen. Bob Menendez (D)NJ(202) 224-4744
Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D)MI(202) 224-4822
Sen. Raphael Warnock (D)GA(202) 224-3643
Sen. Ben Cardin (D)MD(202) 224-4524
Sen. Kristen Gillibrand (D)NY(202) 224-4451
Sen. Mazie Hirono (D)HI(202) 224-6361
Sen. Patty Murray  (D)WA(202) 224-2621
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D)MN(202) 224-3244
Sen. Jon Ossoff (D)GA(202) 224-3521
Sen. Alex Padilla (D)CA(202) 224-3553
Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D)MI(202) 224-4822
Sen. Raphael Warnock (D)GA(202) 224-3643
Sen. Maria Cantwell (D)WA(202) 224-3441
Sen. Ron Wyden (D)OR(202) 224-5244
Sen. John Fetterman (D)PA(202) 224-4254
Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D)MD(202) 224-4654
Republican Call List
Sen. Mitt Romney (R)UT(202) 224-5251
Sen. Mitch McConnellKY(202) 224-2541
Sen. Ted Budd (R)NC(202) 224-3154
Sen. Thom Tillis (R)NC(202) 224-6342
Sen. Katie Boyd BrittAL(202) 224-5744
Sen. J.D. VanceOH(202) 224-3353
Sen. Mike Braun (R)IN(202) 224-4814
Sen. Susan Collins (R)ME(202) 224-2523
Sen. Steve Daines (R)MT(202) 224-2651
Sen. Joni Ernst (R)IA(202) 224-3254
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R)SC(202) 224-5972
Sen. Ron Johnson (R)WI(202) 224-5323
Sen. Mike Lee (R)UT(202) 224-5444

Amplify these Recent quotes from Sen. Kaine included in this article 

“This is a Virginia project, and they didn’t even bother to try and call me,” he said of the Biden administration. “Have I made them mad? No. I’m the one they call to try to get Cabinet secretaries confirmed. ‘Go talk to your colleagues; they’re not yet going to vote for [Labor Secretary nominee] Julie Su.’ … They call me and ask me to help out, so what did I do wrong, all of a sudden? “And it’s not about me,” he continued. “It’s about taking people’s land. People talk about a pipeline as if it builds in midair. No. It’s taking people’s land in the poorest part of my state. Land is the only thing they have sometimes.” But Kaine also said his credibility is on the line: “For years they’ve said to me, ‘Kaine, oppose the Mountain Valley pipeline,'” he said of his constituents and environmental activists, “and I’ve said, ‘I’m not doing that. We will set up a permitting process, and it shouldn’t be members of Congress putting their thumb on the scale.’ … And now the White House and Congress has said, ‘Put the thumb on the scale.'”

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