Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, an Arizona Democrat, is clapping back after she was videotaped and chased into a school bathroom over the weekend by a group of pro-Biden agenda activists, confronting her over her objections holding up Democratic efforts on Capitol Hill. President Joe Biden also weighed in on the encounter, when asked on Monday, calling it not appropriate but also "part of the process" for someone without Secret Service protection.
Dr. Sophia Marjovic, one of the immigration activists who confronted Sen. Kysrten Sinema at Arizona State University over “a pathway to citizenship” for illegal immigrants this weekend, defended filming the senator while following her into the bathroom.
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Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona ignored Karina Ruiz, a local leader who advocates for immigrant communities, when the activist approached her on a flight to Washington, D.C., Monday to urge the senator to commit to passing a pathway to citizenship for millions of undocmented immigrants.
The Show regularly checks in with the Editorial Board of the Arizona Republic to talk about current issues facing the state and the region — featured in columns on the newspaper’s op-ed pages.It was an eventful week last week for Arizona’s senior senator.Sen. Kyrsten Sinema reportedly made multiple trips to the White House to talk about the pending budget bill. She was the target of a lot of ire from Democrats over her refusal, at least so far, to back the proposal.
"Sinema is not going to be able to win her re-elect with her voting record as it is," said Chuck Rocha of Nuestro PAC. "So we need someone who can attract votes from all around the state, and that's a Latino combat veteran who showed his valor during the January 6 insurrection."
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) has emerged this fall as the biggest mystery in the Senate Democratic caucus as colleagues scramble to figure out what it will take to get her to vote for a budget reconciliation to enact President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda.
WASHINGTON - U. S. Sens. John Cornyn and Ted Cruz joined with their Republican colleagues to block a sweeping overhaul of the nation’s elections on Tuesday. While a majority of the Democratic-controlled Senate backed the bill, enough Republicans banded together to use the filibuster to block the bill from receiving an up-or-down vote. Both Texas senators prior to the vote characterized the bill as a power grab on the part of Democrats.
A bipartisan group of senators is closing in on a $1.2 trillion infrastructure deal. But liberals are threatening to block the package unless Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema commit to supporting a subsequent, Democrats-only bill.