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  1. Russ

    John Shultz (Democrat)

    Signing out. Sorry y'all but finals are coming up. Will be back as soon as possible.
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    2018 Campaign

    Shultz campaign schedule Democratic Wave Senate: Rally Nationalists for Tester - Montana (1 hour) Rally Nationalists for O'Rourke - Texas (1 hour) Nationalists for Bill Nelson - Florida (1 hour) Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists North Dakota (15 minutes) $1,800,000 Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists for Rosen - Nevada (15 minutes) $3,600,000 Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists for Sinema - Arizona (15 minutes) $6,600,000 Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists for Tester - Montana (15 minutes) $1,800,000 House Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Iowa (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Michigan (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Florida (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Pennsylvania (1 hour) Rally: Nationalists - Texas (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Nationalists (1 hour) Rally: Nationalists - North Carolina (1 hour) Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists Indiana (15 minutes) $6,600,000 Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists Iowa (15 minutes) $3,600,000 Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists Oklahoma (15 minutes) $4,200,000 Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists Wisconsin (15 minutes $6,000,000 Fundraiser: Texas (2 hours) Starting Warchest: $80,030,000 Total Expenditures: $34,200,000 Remaining Warchest: $45,830,000
  3. John Shultz Authorized for immediate release: "Good afternoon all. I am here to announce that today I will be stepping down as Minority Leader, effective one week from now at noon. Mr. Ward will be taking over the temporary leadership of the Democratic Party until such time as the party can select a new leader. I do not apologize this evening for my policies in Congress and my commitment to my party and I wholeheartedly defend my record. But I have let down too many. And those who feel anger in their hearts at me are justified. Years ago, I made a mistake and chose self over service. I forgot my duties to my district, country and party. Instead, I chose myself and compromised the office that they trusted me to grace. I forgot my commitment to the core values of my prior service in the Air Force, values I have sought to live by: Integrity first, Service before self, and Excellence in all we do. I let down my children and Maya, and my promise to be faithful to them. And most of all, I let down Ms. Simmons. Though many will condemn her, it was my responsibility to know better. And I deeply apologize for all the pain and hurt I have inflicted on her and her family. Thank you, and God bless the United States." View full PR
  4. Authorized for immediate release: "Good afternoon all. I am here to announce that today I will be stepping down as Minority Leader, effective one week from now at noon. Mr. Ward will be taking over the temporary leadership of the Democratic Party until such time as the party can select a new leader. I do not apologize this evening for my policies in Congress and my commitment to my party and I wholeheartedly defend my record. But I have let down too many. And those who feel anger in their hearts at me are justified. Years ago, I made a mistake and chose self over service. I forgot my duties to my district, country and party. Instead, I chose myself and compromised the office that they trusted me to grace. I forgot my commitment to the core values of my prior service in the Air Force, values I have sought to live by: Integrity first, Service before self, and Excellence in all we do. I let down my children and Maya, and my promise to be faithful to them. And most of all, I let down Ms. Simmons. Though many will condemn her, it was my responsibility to know better. And I deeply apologize for all the pain and hurt I have inflicted on her and her family. Thank you, and God bless the United States."
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    2018 Campaign

    Shultz campaign schedule Democratic Wave Senate: Rally Nationalists for Bereseden - Tennessee (1 hour) Rally Nationalists for Bill Nelson - Florida (1 hour) Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists North Dakota (15 minutes) $1,800,000 House Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Iowa (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Michigan (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Florida (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Pennsylvania (1 hour) Rally: Nationalists - Texas (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Nationalists (1 hour) Rally: Nationalists - North Carolina (1 hour) Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists Indiana (15 minutes) $6,600,000 Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists Iowa (15 minutes) $3,600,000 Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists Oklahoma (15 minutes) $4,200,000 Fundraiser: Texas (2 hours) Starting Warchest: $92,220,000 Total Expenditures: $16,200,000 Remaining Warchest: $71,970,000
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    @RepShultz_TX

    I have privately reprimanded Representative Alexander over properly vetting his staff. He retains my confidence that it won't happen again.
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    @RepShultz_TX

    As part of our platform for this November, the Democratic Party will make tackling corruption and conflicts of interest a critical area for improvement.
  8. John Shultz House Minority Leader John Shultz addressed new revelations surrounding former Speaker Anthony Granata. Shultz also had harsh words for his fellow Texas representative Marina Vasquez. Shultz called upon Vasquez to resign. View full PR
  9. House Minority Leader John Shultz addressed new revelations surrounding former Speaker Anthony Granata. Shultz also had harsh words for his fellow Texas representative Marina Vasquez. Shultz called upon Vasquez to resign.
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    2018 Campaign

    Shultz campaign schedule Democratic Wave Senate: Rally Nationalists for Bereseden - Tennessee (1 hour) Rally Nationalists for Bill Nelson - Florida (1 hour) Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists North Dakota (15 minutes) $1,800,000 House Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Iowa (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Michigan (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Florida (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Pennsylvania (1 hour) Rally: Nationalists - Texas (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Conservatives - Indiana (1 hour) Rally: Nationalists - North Carolina (1 hour) Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists Indiana (15 minutes) $6,600,000 Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists Iowa (15 minutes) $3,600,000 Tier 1 Ad: Nationalists Oklahoma (15 minutes) $4,200,000 Fundraiser: Texas (2 hours) Starting Warchest: $88,130,000 Total Expenditures: $16,200,000 Remaining Warchest: $71,970,000 Daniel O'Brien Senate: Rally: Nationalists - Pennsylvania (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Liberals - Pennsylvania (1 hour) House Rally: Nationalists - Pennsylvania (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Liberals - Pennsylvania (1 hour) Rally: Nationalists - Ohio (1 hour) Rally: Moderate Liberals - Florida (1 hour) Rally: Nationalists - Michigan (1 hour) Rally: Nationalists- Wisconsin (1 hour) Fundraiser: Pennsylvania (2 hours) DC (2 hours) Starting Warchest: $62,900,000 Total Expenditures: $0 Remaining Warchest: $62,900,000
  11. Well this question directly ties into another subject that is near and dear to my heart, and that is the national debt. Currently, the US, on average, has a $4 trillion plus budget which often requires heavy borrowing, adding to a $20 trillion debt, much of which was put there by Mr. Bush and his administration's choices to both go to war on a blank check while simultaneously giving massive tax breaks to the top 10%. In essence, Mr. Bush and his administration decided that it was a smart idea to throw a massive party first and worry about the bill later. Mr. Bush's successor, Mr. Obama, was forced to spend trillions more just simply to keep the economy afloat after the inevitable meltdown of the economy following Mr. Bush's fatal decisions. Only by the grace of God was Mr. Obama able to begin reducing our deficits. Now as for the second part of the question, privatization of healthcare will simply do nothing good. Mr. Gonzalez's proposed Medicare-for-All plan would cost a not unsubstantial amount in the short term and require temporary tax hikes to temporarily make up the difference but in the long run would not only help cover all Americans. Now my plan, to introduce a public option to complement the ACA was a simple solution that would have brought down premiums. Unfortunately, it is rather out of the question now given the recent repeal of the ACA.
  12. House Minority Leader John Shultz endorsed current Ohio Congressman Mike Solin.
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    Shultz endorses Solin

    John Shultz House Minority Leader John Shultz endorsed current Ohio Congressman Mike Solin. View full PR
  14. House Minority Leader John Shultz endorsed former Democratic Congressman Gabriel Gonzalez for New Mexico.
  15. John Shultz House Minority Leader John Shultz endorsed former Democratic Congressman Gabriel Gonzalez for New Mexico. View full PR
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