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Phillip Huffines

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Phillip Huffines last won the day on March 30

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About Phillip Huffines

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  • Birthday April 18

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  1. Phillip Huffines

    2020 Campaign

    Huffines - 10 rallies in Washington for Macmillan 1 Nationalists 2 Moderate Conservatives 2 Moderate Liberals 2 SJW 1 Progressives 2 Globalists 2 fundraiser in Texas use event cards sign major book deal +10 wealth caffeine boost +2 hours receive substantial campaign contribution +$10 million King - 12 rallies in Colorado for Macmillan 1 Nationalists 1 Evangelicals 2 Business 2 Moderate Conservatives 2 Moderate Liberals 1 SJW 1 Progressives 2 Globalists use event cards receive substantial campaign contribution +$10 million uncover video of candidate's past gaffe -5 momentum to Calvin Ward
  2. Phillip Huffines

    @Huffines

    So Solin is corrupt, go figure. He won't be pulled from the ticket through because that's the real way ForWard.
  3. Phillip Huffines

    2020 Campaign

    Huffines - 8 rallies in Maine for Macmillan 1 Business 2 Moderate Conservatives 1 Moderate Liberals 2 Progressives 2 Globalists 2 fundraisers in Texas King - 12 rallies in Pennsylvania for Macmillan 1 Nationalists 1 Evangelicals 1 Business 2 Moderate Conservatives 2 Moderate Liberals 2 SJW 2 Progressives 1 Globalists
  4. Phillip Huffines

    7th Docket Final Vote

    Does the house agree to the passage of these bills?
  5. Shall the Senate agree to pass the Comprehensive Educational Reform Act?
  6. Phillip Huffines

    Cloture Vote: Comprehensive Educational Reform Act

    By a vote of 67 aye and 33 nay the motion for cloture passes. Final passage vote shall begin shortly.
  7. Phillip Huffines

    Senate Debate: VA Community Care Enhancement Act

    Mr. President, I motion for uc I yield
  8. Phillip Huffines

    Senate Debate: Earned Income Credit Act

    Mr. President, I motion for uc I yield
  9. Phillip Huffines

    Senate Debate: School Safety Act

    Mr. President, I motion for uc I yield
  10. Phillip Huffines

    Senate Debate: Return Free Filing for Taxpayers Act

    Mr. President, I motion for uc I yield
  11. Mr. President, I motion for uc I yield
  12. Phillip Huffines

    What should I put tariffs on next?

    Put a tariff on Canadian lumber
  13. Phillip Huffines

    June-July Campaigning

    Phillip Huffines for Dylan Macmillan - 6 rallies in Iowa 1 Evangelicals 1 Moderate Conservatives 2 Moderate Liberals 1 SJW 1 Progressives Russell King for Dylan Macmillan - 6 rallies in Pennsylvania 1 Evangelicals 1 Business 1 Moderate Conservatives 1 Moderate Liberals 1 SJW 1 Progressives
  14. Phillip Huffines

    Comprehensive Educational Reform Act

    Mr. Speaker, I propose the following amendments Replace section 15 with the following: SECTION. 15. REPEAL OF LIFO AND LOWER OF COST OR MARKET INVENTORY ACCOUNTING METHODS FOR FUNDING PURPOSES (a) LIFO and lower of cost or market will be repealed to appropriate increased revenue for the funding of the Comprehensive Educational Reform Act. (b) Additional revenue raised beyond the guidelines of the Comprehensive Educational Reform Act will be appropriated to the Department of Education to be spent at their discretion. Replace section 16 with the following SECTION. 16. INCREASE THE EXCISE TAX ON CIGARETTES BY FIFTY CENTS PER PACK FOR FUNDING PURPOSES (a) Federal excise tax on cigarettes will be increased by fifty cents per pack to appropriate increased revenue for the funding of the Comprehensive Educational Reform Act. (b) Additional revenue raised beyond the guidelines of the Comprehensive Educational Reform Act will be appropriated to the Department of Education to be spent at their discretion. Replace section 17 with the following SECTION. 17. GUIDELINES OF REVENUE APPRORIATIONS (a) Appropriations guidelines: (1) Section 3: $3,500,000,000 (2) Section 4: $200,000,000 (3) Section 5: $5,000,000,000 (4) Section 6: $1,000,000,000 (5) Section 7: $50,000,000 (6) Section 8: $25,000,000 (7) Section 11: $300,000,000 (b) Additionally $3,000,000,000 will be devoted to the creation of career/technical/vocational education, work experience, and apprenticeship programs in public high schools. (c) All funds raised by the bill will be granted out by the Department of Education to the states based on student population. Place the following after section 17 SECTION. 18. CONSTITUTIONAL PASSAGE. The bill shall go into effect upon its constitutional passage. I yield
  15. Phillip Huffines

    @Huffines

    Congratulations @CongressMac on winning the Republican Presidential nomination. I knew you had it in you when I endorsed you. This has been a hard fought victory. Now it's time to unite as a party and retain the White House in November.
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