“I’m done tiptoeing through the tulips here. The questions I have are to what extent, if any, did our political leaders involve themselves in the events of January 6? If there was participation from members of Congress, from their staff.” – Officer Fanonehttps://t.co/a0K4N0oc0J
— Our Revolution (@OurRevolution) July 29, 2021
New anti-voter laws will make it more difficult for Native Americans to vote. @SecDebHaaland and I met with Tribal leaders and Native advocates to discuss obstacles to the ballot box—and what we can do to ensure all Americans can exercise their right to vote. pic.twitter.com/Yo6Cah0eMJ
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) July 28, 2021
Black women have always been leaders in the voting rights movement—women like Fannie Lou Hamer and Constance Baker Motley.
The fight is not over. This week, I met with leaders fighting to protect our fundamental right to vote. pic.twitter.com/8nRB5PHqaI
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) July 18, 2021
“Schools are the best epicenter to be leaders in what climate infrastructure should look like, in terms of sustainable energy, in terms of renewable energy, and in terms of energy sharing.” – Rep. @JamaalBowmanNY #GreenNewDealhttps://t.co/51938HTa94
— Our Revolution (@OurRevolution) July 16, 2021
This is so important. Many people who are eligible for this program are not connected enough to be aware of it and it is usually the ones who need it most. Kudos to all the organizations and leaders who are raising awareness. https://t.co/9l6rwYqkzl
— Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) July 14, 2021
From investing in America’s infrastructure to making voting more accessible, @POTUS & I see county leaders and local elected officials as true partners.
Today I had the opportunity to thank them for all their hard work at the National Association of Counties Annual Conference. pic.twitter.com/BykywECZeT
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) July 10, 2021
Our democracy is strongest when everyone participates – and when everyone is treated equally. Yesterday, @POTUS and I met with civil rights leaders to discuss the challenges we face, and the work ahead. pic.twitter.com/XFj9vYkod4
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) July 9, 2021
This afternoon, the Vice President and I will be meeting with Black leaders of legacy civil rights organizations. We have urgent work before us — and we are committed to doing everything we can to protect the sacred right to vote and pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act.
— President Biden (@POTUS) July 8, 2021