Statements about Bipartisanship
In a poll, "53 percent of young Republican voters . . . under age 35 said that they would describe a climate [change] denier as 'ignorant,' 'out of touch' or 'crazy.'"
Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown shows someone can be bipartisan in Congress because he "votes about 66 percent with his own party."
Lincoln Chafee "voted with President George W. Bush and the conservative leadership 76% of the time."
Langevin votes “the party line about 98 percent of the time."
"Langevin has been the most reliable vote for Speaker Pelosi."
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