From Pennsylvania to Georgia, Democratic state parties hosted events with local leaders, applauding President Biden and Senate Democrats for passing the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal, which will create millions of good-paying jobs and help American businesses grow by investing in our nation’s roads and highways, bridges and transit, our drinking water systems, broadband, and more.
- In Pennsylvania: The Times-Tribune: Local Democrats praise Biden’s bipartisan infrastructure deal
- In North Carolina: WNCT: Online Originals: NC city leaders push House Reps for passing $1 trillion infrastructure bill
- In Arizona: Chamber Business News: Congressman O’Halleran touts bipartisan infrastructure package as victory for rural and tribal communities
- In Georgia: The Augusta Chronicle: Mayor Hardie Davis highlights local impact of federal infrastructure bill
Local leaders and editorial boards alike wrote about why their communities urgently need the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal — and how shameful it is that Republicans like Marco Rubio, Rick Scott, and Todd Young put politics ahead of their state’s economic interests.
- In Wisconsin: The Cap Times: Wisconsin mayors: Infrastructure deal a road to a more equitable, sustainable future
- In Kentucky: The Courier-Journal: How Democrats are doing what Republicans could not: delivering results for Kentucky
- In Indiana: The Journal Gazette: Backtracking – Young turns against infrastructure
- In Florida: The Tampa Bay Times: Senate infrastructure plan a boost for Florida | Editorial