North Dakota & Minnesota Senators Vote Party Lines, Motion To Just Debate “Voting Rights” Is Blocked

WASHINGTON D.C. ( North Dakota and Minnesota Senators stuck to party lines late on this Tuesday afternoon. All 50 Republicans voted no and all 50 Democratic Senators voted yes on a motion to debate “voting rights” legislation. It drew a stern rebuke from the Senate Majority Leader. The motion needed 60 votes to pass.


  1. The constitution says the states control there own elections.
    Schumer thinks that the federal government should be in control of the election process.
    Once again, Schumer couldn't care less what the constitution says.

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