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02 Nov

The November 6th Election, A Foreign Perspective

What are the US midterms and why do they matter? – video explainer

The McGlynn Statement:

Please be notified that through the U.S. election on November 6th the emphasis will be on the election.

The battle for our Country’s very soul is at stake. The Fascists, led by Trump the Dump, must be defeated.

To the Young and Women; Please Vote! The future is in your hands.

And Remember Trump and Fake News:

So if fake news is the culprit, one of the biggest culprits must therefore be his own dear Fox News, which has whipped Trump’s zombie supporters into a frenzy that we knew was turning murderous a long time ago.

And they are doing this at the behest of Trump himself,which has to make him the biggest culprit of all. They’ve been invoking hysteria for the purpose of political demagoguery in YOUR name.

Donald, even as you repeatedly identity the cross hairs targetsby name and continue to demonize them to the jeers of your mob.

For three years at his rallies Trump has repeatedly and constantly encouraged his mob to fantasize about beating up protesters to the point of death. He celebrates a violent criminal assault in Montana for which there was an actual conviction. And then someone gets sucker punched, and then someone gets run over by a car, and now 11are dead in yet another assault weapon mass murder.

And Remember How Each Senator Voted on the Republican Tax Bill:

This tax bill reduced massively the taxes the rich pay and did nothing to help the middle class.

The Senate voted 51-49 to pass the Republican tax overhaul bill. Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee was the only Republican to vote no. The House and Senate will now need to reconcile the differences between their two tax plans.

Below, how every senator voted on the bill.

H.R. 1

Final Passage

Final Senate approval of the tax bill

Yes

No

Republicans

51

1

Democrats

0

48

Total

51

49

Votes by Party

Republicans

Bob Corker Tenn.

N

Lamar Alexander Tenn.

Y

John Barrasso Wyo.

Y

John Boozman Ark.

Y

Richard M. Burr N.C.

Y

Thad Cochran Miss.

Y

John Cornyn Tex.

Y

Steve Daines Mont.

Y

Michael B. Enzi Wyo.

Y

Jeff Flake Ariz.

Y

Lindsey Graham S.C.

Y

Charles E. Grassley Iowa

Y

Orrin G. Hatch Utah

Y

James M. Inhofe Okla.

Y

Johnny Isakson Ga.

Y

Ron Johnson Wis.

Y

James Lankford Okla.

Y

John McCain Ariz.

Y

Mitch McConnell Ky.

Y

Rand Paul Ky.

Y

David Perdue Ga.

Y

Rob Portman Ohio

Y

Pat Roberts Kan.

Y

Michael Rounds S.D.

Y

Tim Scott S.C.

Y

Richard C. Shelby Ala.

Y

Luther Strange Ala.

Y

John Thune S.D.

Y

Thom Tillis N.C.

Y

Patrick J. Toomey Pa.

Y

Roger Wicker Miss.

Y

Todd Young Ind.

Y

Roy Blunt Mo.

Y

Shelley Moore Capito W.Va.

Y

Bill Cassidy La.

Y

Tom Cotton Ark.

Y

Michael D. Crapo Idaho

Y

Ted Cruz Tex.

Y

Joni Ernst Iowa

Y

Cory Gardner Colo.

Y

Dean Heller Nev.

Y

John Hoeven N.D.

Y

Mike Lee Utah

Y

Jerry Moran Kan.

Y

Lisa Murkowski Alaska

Y

Jim Risch Idaho

Y

Marco Rubio Fla.

Y

Ben Sasse Neb.

Y

Dan Sullivan Alaska

Y

Susan Collins Me.

Y

Deb Fischer Neb.

Y

John Kennedy La.

Y

Democrats*

Joe Donnelly Ind.

N

Heidi Heitkamp N.D.

N

Amy Klobuchar Minn.

N

Claire McCaskill Mo.

N

Bill Nelson Fla.

N

Gary Peters Mich.

N

Debbie Stabenow Mich.

N

Angus King Me.

N

Tammy Baldwin Wis.

N

Michael Bennet Colo.

N

Richard Blumenthal Conn.

N

Cory Booker N.J.

N

Sherrod Brown Ohio

N

Maria Cantwell Wash.

N

Benjamin L. Cardin Md.

N

Thomas R. Carper Del.

N

Bob Casey Pa.

N

Chris Coons Del.

N

Catherine Cortez Masto Nev.

N

Tammy Duckworth Ill.

N

Richard J. Durbin Ill.

N

Dianne Feinstein Calif.

N

Al Franken Minn.

N

Kirsten Gillibrand N.Y.

N

Kamala Harris Calif.

N

Maggie Hassan N.H.

N

Martin Heinrich N.M.

N

Mazie K. Hirono Hawaii

N

Tim Kaine Va.

N

Patrick J. Leahy Vt.

N

Joe Manchin III W.Va.

N

Edward J. Markey Mass.

N

Robert Menendez N.J.

N

Jeff Merkley Ore.

N

Christopher S. Murphy Conn.

N

Patty Murray Wash.

N

Jack Reed R.I.

N

Brian Schatz Hawaii

N

Chuck Schumer N.Y.

N

Jeanne Shaheen N.H.

N

Jon Tester Mont.

N

Tom Udall N.M.

N

Chris Van Hollen Md.

N

Mark Warner Va.

N

Elizabeth Warren Mass.

N

Sheldon Whitehouse R.I.

N

Ron Wyden Ore.

N

Bernie Sanders Vt.

N

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