Vulnerable Dem Sens Back Bipartisan $974B Infrastructure Plan

Senate Democrats vulnerable in the 2022 midterms are finding backing a bipartisan infrastructure deal a better way forward than rubber stamping President Joe Biden and the progressive Democrats’ massive spending push.

“I want to see this get done, and I prefer we do this in a bipartisan way,” Sen. Mark Kelly, D-Ariz., who narrowly won a special election in 2020 and is up for reelection in 2022, told The Hill.

Infrastructure is “at the top of my list,” Kelly said, noting a more traditional proposal is needed in Arizona, a state that has been trending blue, but still has large swaths of conservative voters.

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