Will the media ask Tammy Baldwin about her no vote?
Baldwin Voted “NO” To Honoring 9/11 Victims
-For Immediate Release-
Contact: Brian Sikma, Communications Director
MILWAUKEE – As Americans pause today to mark the 11th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks Wisconsin residents should be reminded of Rep. Tammy Baldwin’s opposition to a resolution honoring 9/11 victims. Baldwin, a Democrat running for U.S. Senate, has repeatedly touted the “Wisconsin I know” in her bid to show voters that she truly reflects Wisconsin values. In her vote against H. Res. 994, an overwhelming bi-partisan resolution that remembered the tragedy and memorialized the victims of the horrendous attacks, she was the only Wisconsin member of Congress to cast a “No” vote.
“The 9/11 attacks were a tragedy that affected all Americans – irrespective of party affiliation – and brought us together as a nation,” said Brian Sikma, communications director for Media Trackers. “It is stunning that Rep. Baldwin would not want to honor 9/11 victims and their families.”
Read more at Media Trackers.
What reason could Baldwin have to vote no to honor the victims of 911? Seems important to the voters of Wisconsin this coming November.