WASHINGTON – For West Virginia and Senator Joe Manchin, the time is right.
From time to time, the Mountain State attracts national attention by chance or will, making its presence known at defining moments in United States history.
Since January 5, Senator Joe Manchin, DW.Va., has been the preferred target of almost every journalist on Capitol Hill. Manchin’s vote on anything, for the entirety of his ten-year Senate career, is not known until it is.
Walking to the Senate Chamber for a vote on Tuesday, a mob of reporters assaulted Manchin long before he could reach the ground. Senator Jon Ossoff, D-Ga., Followed him.
Ossoff, his counterpart Senator Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., And a team of grassroots organizers in the state worked tirelessly to topple two outgoing Georgians …
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