U. S. SENATOR JOE DONNELLY (D-IN) BECOMES #57 U. S. SENATOR TO BACK THE PAST ACT 37 U.S. SENATORS STILL IN PLAY – “WALK ON WASHINGTON” BRINGS HOME THE BACON

WASHINGTON, DC  ““    U. S. Senator Joe Donnelly (D-IN),  is now co-sponsoring the  PAST ACT  (Prevent All Soring Tactics Act). He is the junior U. S. Senator from Indiana.  “WALK ON WASHINGTON” Volunteers Suzi Clark and Mindy Lightner were instrumental in securing Senator Donnelly’s commitment to cosponsor the measure.

U.S. SENATOR JOE DONNELLY (D-IN)

U.S. SENATOR JOE DONNELLY (D-IN)

(LEFT TO RIGHT) WOW VOLUNTEER MINDY LIGHTNER, SENATOR JOE DONNELLY (D-IN), CODY WORMAN

(LEFT TO RIGHT) WOW VOLUNTEER MINDY LIGHTNER, SENATOR JOE DONNELLY (D-IN), CODY WORMAN

(LEFT TO RIGHT) SUZI CLARK,  DAN CRAMER (DEMOCRAT CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS IN TENNESSEE), MINDY LIGHTNER AT "WALK ON WASHINGTON" RALLY

(LEFT TO RIGHT) SUZI CLARK, DAN CRAMER (DEMOCRAT CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS IN TENNESSEE), MINDY LIGHTNER AT “WALK ON WASHINGTON” RALLY

Grassroots “WALK ON WASHINGTON” Volunteers Suzi Clark and Mindy Lightner met with Senator Donnelly and asked him to co-sponsor the PAST ACT.   Senator Donnelly told them he would get back to them on it within a week.

He kept his word.

Elected to the Senate in 2013,  Donnelly become the first Democrat Senator from Indiana since 1977.   He defeated tea party Republican candidate Richard Mourdock who upset Indiana’s  incumbent Senator Richard Lugar in the primary election.   Donnelly previously served in the U. S. Congress from 2006 – 2013.

He  becomes the  57th  United States Senator to endorse the  PAST ACT.

Mirroring the results of the famous    “Poll”  where TWHBEA members  told the  sore  Big Lick on October 16, 2013, the soring  must stop,  the United States Congress has now delivered the  exact same message.

The TWHBEA members voted 63% and the U. S. Congress (House & Senate) combined is 66%.  The Will of the people must become law.

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37 U. S.  SENATORS NOT YET CO-SPONSORING PAST

John Barrasso ( R-WY)

Roy Blunt ( R-MO)

John Boozman (R-AR)

Sherrod Brown ( D-OH)

Richard Burr ( R-NC)

Saxby Chambliss (R-GA)

Dan Coats ( R-IN)

Tom Coburn ( R-OK)

Thad Cochran ( R-MS)

Bob Corker ( R-TN)

John Cornyn ( R-TX)

Ted Cruz ( R-TX)

Michael Enzi ( R-WY)

Deb Fischer ( R-NE)

Jeff Flake ( R-AZ)

Lindsey Graham ( R-SC)

Charles Grassley ( R-IA)

Heidi Heitkamp ( D-ND)

Dean Heller ( R-NV)

John Hoeven (R-ND)

James Inhofe ( R-OK)

Ron Johnson ( R-WI)

Mike Lee ( R-UT)

Joe Manchin ( D-WVA)

John McCain ( R-AZ)

Claire McCaskill ( D-MO)

Jerry Moran (R-KS)

Lisa Murkowski ( R-AK)

Bill Nelson ( D-FL)

Rob Portman (R-OH)

Harry Reid ( D-NV)

Jim Risch ( R-ID)

Pat Roberts ( R-KS)

Jay Rockefeller ( D-WVA)

Tim Scott (R-SC)

Jeff Sessions ( R-AL

Richard Shelby ( R-AL)

Jon Tester ( D-MT)

Roger Wicker ( R-MS)

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is keeping a close watch on these developments.

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