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Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) on Sunday said congressional Democrats “blew the timing” when it came to passing the bipartisan infrastructure bill and social spending package, suggesting that the timeline could have contributed to the party’s loss in Tuesday’s Virginia gubernatorial race.
Kaine, who represents Virginia and previously served as governor of the Old Dominion, said Democrats on Capitol Hill should have passed the two bills in October instead of letting internal party disagreements delay the vote.
The article goes on to state the following:
He said an earlier vote could have boosted Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe’s campaign, which ultimately fell short by roughly 68,000 votes to Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin.
“I think congressional Democrats blew the timing. We should’ve passed these bills in early October. If we had, it would have helped Terry McAuliffe probably win the governor’s race. It would have been good for President Biden,” Kaine said Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) says Democrats “blew the timing” on passing President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda. pic.twitter.com/7sOFLqgFwF
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