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Cinema ends its cinema

Cinema ends its cinema

Bad pun? maybe. Enigmatic independent Sen. Kyrsten Sinema from Arizona announced Tuesday that she will not seek a second term. Elected to the Senate as a Democrat in 2018 after serving in the House, the former Green Party member frustrated some of her colleagues and many Democratic activists by allying with West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin to prevent the election of the more progressive Joe Biden. . Initiatives. It continues to play an important role in the negotiations that led to the November 2021 adoption of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure project that the president is bragging about today.

Sinema's withdrawal sets the stage for a duel between Democratic Rep. Ruben Gallego, a former Marine, and Republican Carrie Lake, a former journalist who bit the dust in the 2020 Arizona gubernatorial election. Lake promoted Donald Trump's “big lie” regarding the 2020 presidential election. Like Trump, she never conceded defeat.

“I believe in my approach, but this is not what America wants right now,” Sinema said in a video posted on social media. “Because I choose civility, understanding, listening, and working together to get things done, I will leave the Senate at the end of the year.”

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