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Joe Manchin

 
Joe Manchin, III Image
Title
Senator
West Virginia
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Democrat
2019-01-02
2025-01-02
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07/21/2024 --washingtonpost
The president insists he is staying in the race. Leading Democrats and Republicans are talking about what should happen after he ends his campaign anyway.
07/21/2024 --nytimes
Senator Joe Manchin III, an independent from West Virginia who caucuses with Democrats, is the fifth senator aligned with the party to urge President Biden not to seek re-election.
07/21/2024 --rollcall
President Joe Biden steps off Air Force One upon arrival at Dover Air Force Base in Dover, Del., on July 17 after testing positive for COVID-19 with mild symptoms and returning from a campaign trip to Nevada.
03/28/2024 --rollcall
Sen. Jacky Rosen, D-Nev., leaves the Senate Democrats’ weekly lunch in the Capitol last month.
03/13/2024 --rollcall
House Speaker Mike Johnson speaks as House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik and National Republican Congressional Committee Chair Richard Hudson (L) listen during an “Expanding the Majority” press conference at the Greenbrier Hotel.
03/08/2024 --foxnews
No Labels takes another step toward forming a bipartisan presidential ticket in November's general election now that a Biden-Trump 2024 rematch is underway
03/06/2024 --rollcall
Rep. Maxwell Alejandro Frost, D-Fla., isn't sure if he'll support the package during Wednesday's vote.
11/09/2023 --rollcall
West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin III, who would have been among the most vulnerable incumbents up in 2024, has decided to leave the Senate at the end of his current term. The announcement is a blow to Democrats’ uphill fight to hold onto control of the Senate, since Manchin, one of the most conservative […] The post Manchin will not seek reelection, plans to travel country appeared first on Roll Call.
11/08/2023 --washingtontimes
A Biden administration rule governing the production of electric vehicle chargers made from domestic materials is in jeopardy after the Senate voted Wednesday to repeal it.
11/08/2023 --rollcall
It took six decades and many attempts before Congress passed a statehood bill and admitted New Mexico to the union in 1912. That is cause for optimism, said Sen. Martin Heinrich, who right now is thinking about the future of Puerto Rico. The Caribbean island of a little more than 3 million people has been […] The post Senate Democrats make the case for Puerto Rico self-determination appeared first on Roll Call.
11/08/2023 --rollcall
In the face of President Joe Biden’s slumping poll numbers, Democrats amassed big electoral wins around the country on Tuesday.  From winning the marquee race for governor in Kentucky and a key ballot measure in Ohio to securing majorities in Virginia’s state legislature, Democrats prevailed, with access to abortion front and center. The lessons about […] The post Democrats see big wins in local elections, look to 2024 appeared first on Roll Call.
10/31/2023 --washingtontimes
House Speaker Mike Johnson is already clashing with Democrats and his Republican counterpart in the Senate, putting the brakes on Ukraine war aid and offsetting Israel aid with spending cuts.
10/25/2023 --rollcall
The Senate on Wednesday kicked off consideration of its long-stalled spending “minibus” to provide fiscal 2024 funding for transportation, housing, agriculture, military construction and veterans programs with amendment votes. By late afternoon the Senate adopted 27 amendments, including two touching on culture war issues that politically vulnerable Democrats joined with Republicans to support. Provisions now […] The post Senate adopts gun provision among amendments to spending bill appeared first on Roll Call.