The Democrats are conducting a poll of the majority leader of the Senate.
Amy McGrath, the Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate in Kentucky, said on Thursday that despite the troubles faced by Senator Mitch McConnell, she is confident that voters want to stay here. Zhou brought changes when he went to the polls.
McConnell is the leader of the majority party in the Senate and a 36-year veteran of the Senate. He has significant power over Congress and often boasted that he is the only senior leader of Congress, not from New York or California.
McGrath told Lindsey Davis of ABC News on Thursday that she believes voters can say that McConnell is deeply entrenched in Washington politics and is unable to prepare for Kentucky.
McGrath said: “Unless you get rid of the people who made the swamp, you can̵
A poll on Quinnipiac in mid-September showed that McConnell led McGrath by 12 points. President Donald Trump, a close ally of the senator, is also expected to win Kentucky. He did it so easily in 2016.
McGrath (McGrath) is a former Marine Corps pilot who made her campaign for public works the core of her campaign.
On Thursday, she focused on the need to ensure that vulnerable citizens have access to health care. She also targeted McConnell’s efforts to quickly install Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court without successfully passing another round of coronavirus rescue. .
McGrath said: “The Supreme Court nominees he just accepted are all about health care.” He said: “For ten years, he has been unable to pass legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Now he is trying to do this in court. do.”
The Senate voted to confirm Barrett’s confirmation on Monday eight days before the November 3 general election.
Despite the opposition of Democrats, McConnell is still the main force to promote the nomination. Democrats believe that the election winner should nominate the next candidate to fill the vacancy.
The core of the Democrats’ argument against Barrett is that they think she poses a threat to health care. Barrett repeatedly testified that she was not hostile to the Affordable Care Act in the testimony of the Senate Judiciary Committee, although Barrett criticized Chief Justice John Roberts’ ruling in an academic article in 2017. The ruling upholds the landmark healthcare bill of the Obama era.
At the same time, McConnell touted Barrett’s nomination as one of his most important achievements during his tenure in the Senate. He called Barrett the “pound sterling” nominee and celebrated the achievements of the Senate at a press conference earlier this week. This confirmation gives conservatives a 6-3 advantage in the US Supreme Court.
McConnell said this week: “It was a proud moment when we confirmed her on Monday night. “We spent the whole weekend… we brought important changes to the country. “
Although McCrath opposed Barrett’s appointment in court, McGrath told Davis that she was not interested in some progressives’ proposals and that if Democrats win the White House and Senate next week, they will add to the court. Send more judges.
McGrath told the ABC News Live: “I am not interested in packing up the court right now.” “I am interested in dismantling the Senate.”
McGrath accused McConnell (McConnell) of leading the Senate toward dysfunction, and said that despite months of negotiations, he still prevented Congress from passing a new round of COVID-19 relief. McConnell opposed the coronavirus rescue bill passed by the House of Representatives, calling it an overly expensive “freedom wish list.” Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi (Nancy Pelosi) and members of the government have been negotiating a deal for several months, but there was no clear result at the scene.
McConnell also proposed more targeted relief measures, but they did not win the support of the Democratic Party. He led the Senate in two separate failed votes on the relief plan.
The majority leader blamed the Democratic Party for these failed attempts. During a campaign near Kentucky, McConnell touted his achievements to voters, including the passage of a $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill in March.
After McGrath was interviewed in July, the spokesperson for the McConnell campaign fired back at McGrath in a statement to ABC News, saying that she was “living in talk Show narrative in the alternative reality”.
Kate Cooksey, the press secretary of McConnell’s re-election campaign, said: “McGrath is a failed candidate, and his only opportunity related to it is to wrongly attack the McConnell leader. The undisputed record of delivery to Kentucky.”