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Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) said on Sunday that “things might have been different” when it came to the outcome of Virginia’s gubernatorial election had Congress passed its $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package before Election Day.

“If we could have had this bipartisan infrastructure bill, which — [Maryland Gov.] Larry Hogan is right. The House could have passed it in August. We could have spent the last three months going around Virginia talking about clean water systems, improving our transportation system, making sure our airports didn’t appear to be third world, making sure every home in Virginia had high-speed broadband connectivity,” Warner said during “State of the Union” on CNN.

The article goes on to state the following:

“So, yes, I think, if we could have been talking about that win and showing the kind of job creation that actually has been taking place, things might have been different,” he later added.


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6 COMMENTS

  1. Democrat party had a governor who says parents don’t deserve a say in their child’s education…period! No matter what lies you try, I believe VA is tired of the democratic Marxist rule.

  2. The piece of shit Bill you passed with the help of 13 rinos doesn’t make it bipartisan. You bill sucks period. Call it what ever you want but it’s more of a.pork filled pos than anything else.

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