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Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Sunday said she doesn’t “give up on [Sen.] Joe Manchin [D-W.Va.],” after the senator announced last week that he will vote against a sweeping bill to overhaul elections, putting the future of the legislation in question in the evenly-split Senate.

“I don’t give up on Joe Manchin. When he was governor and Secretary of State in West Virginia he initiated many of the initial ideas that are in the HR 1, S.1, the For the People Act,” Pelosi told host Dana Bash on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

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Manchin, in an op-ed last week, announced that he would vote against the For the People Act, likely torpedoing the legislation in the evenly-split Senate.

Pelosi said that she believes Manchin has “left the door open.”

“I read the op-ed and you read a part of it, I think he left the door open. I think it’s ajar. I’m not giving up,” Pelosi told Bash.

“I do know that he has certain concerns about the legislation that we may be able to come to terms on,” she added.


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    • So did Bumbles when he was considering Manchin’s wife for a cabinet pick!! Not sure if that helped or hurt Bumbles on going Cons!!

  1. She’s trying to persuade him, coax him into voting their way, even though Joe knows how it will affect West Virginians (and others across the country). Hopefully Manchin will stick to his guns. West Virginians and Governor Justice need to teach Manchin to say. NO!


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