Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV), a key vote for Democrats came out against a radical Dem election bill.
The bill would have banned voter ID, mandate mail-in voting, and register 16-year-olds to vote.
Civil Rights leaders tried to change his mind.
It didn’t work.
According to Senator Manchin is position is unchanged.
Joe Manchin said Tuesday that he hasn’t budged on his opposition to Democrats’ sweeping election overhaul bill following a “productive” meeting with civil rights leaders attempting to sway him.
The West Virginia Democratic senator on Tuesday morning reportedly met with civil rights leaders who support voting rights and election reforms, including Al Sharpton, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund President Sherrilyn Ifill, and Urban League President Marc Morial.
“I don’t think anybody changed positions on that. We’re just learning where everybody’s coming from,” Manchin told the press pool when asked whether the meeting changed his position in any way on his opposition to the S. 1 For the People Act.
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