Its. Mark WarnerMark Robert Warner Loss of Virginia Reveals Democrats’ Struggle with Rural Voters Sunday Shows Progress: House Passes Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill; Democrats suffer electoral defeat in Virginia McAuliffe, defeat exposes deepening Democratic gap MORE (D-Va.) He said Sunday that “things could have been different” regarding the outcome of Virginia’s gubernatorial election if Congress had passed its $ 1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package earlier in the day. of the elections.
“If we could have had this bipartisan infrastructure bill, that – [Maryland Gov.] Larry Hogan is right. The House could have approved it in August. We could have spent the last three months hanging around Virginia talking about drinking water systems, improving our transportation system, making sure our airports didn’t appear to be third world, making sure every home in Virginia had broadband connectivity from high speed ”, Warner. he said during “State of the Union” on CNN.
“So yeah, I think, if we could have been talking about that win and showing the kind of job creation that has really been taking place, things could have been different,” he added later.
When asked if that difference could have resulted in a victory for the Democratic gubernatorial candidate. Terry McAuliffeTerry McAuliffe Democrats brace for a flood of retirements after Virginia’s defeat McAuliffe’s loss exposes a deepening Democratic gap The memo: Democrats go to war for ‘awakening’ MOREWarner replied, “absolutely.”
“I mean, this was it – the voters of Virginia and the voters of the United States gave us the presidency, the Senate and the House. They expected us to produce. They have been hearing about this bipartisan infrastructure bill for months, ”he added.
Senator Mark Warner says that if Congress approved Biden’s infrastructure plan before the VA governor race, the results could have been different. “The voters of Virginia and the voters of the United States gave us the presidency, the Senate and the House. They expected us to produce.” #CNNSOTU pic.twitter.com/gIU4wryVAF
– State of the Union (@CNNSotu) November 7, 2021
Last week, Republicans won the Virginia gubernatorial race when voters chose to choose the Republican candidate. Glenn youngkinGlenn Youngkin Warner: Youngkin ‘stirred the culture pot’ on issues like critical race theory Republicans regain appeal of campaign, and it’s Bush, not Trump Kaine: Democrats ‘ruined time’ of infrastructure, spending bills PLUS about McAuliffe, a former Virginia governor. Last week, Virginia Democrats also admitted that they had lost control over their state House.
McAuliffe chose to link Youngkin with the former President TrumpDonald TrumpIsraeli officials say the United States should open a consulate for Palestinians in the West Bank Virginia’s loss reveals Democrats’ struggle with rural voters Sunday shows progress: House passes bipartisan infrastructure bill; Democrats suffer electoral losses in Virginia MORE while Youngkin focused on issues such as education, including the influence parents should have on school boards and critical race theory.
“The notion of what happened in Virginia: There is no school in Virginia that teaches critical race theory. But the governor-elect, Governor Youngkin, stirred the pot of culture there, “Warner told the” State of the Union “co-host. Dana bashDana BashFive things to watch in the Virginia governor race Buttigieg twins dress as ‘infrastructure twin’ for Halloween officials, lawmakers express optimism about infrastructure, vote spending MORE.