Abrams: I would ‘absolutely’ back Manchin’s voting rights compromise
“He's been talking with a range of Democrats. I hope he’s talking with a range of Republicans, because he is the one who set the goalposts at a bipartisan bill,” said Trevor Potter, a former Republican FEC commissioner who now leads the Campaign Legal Center, which is supportive of H.R. 1. “And the question is, which Republicans is he working with, and which Republicans will sign on to this agenda?”
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