Kamala Harris

Kamala Harris


Official Twitter account of U.S. Senator Kamala Harris.

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The Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal will create good-paying, union jobs for America’s workers.

Today, we released our strategy to address the root causes of migration from Central America—which is centered around helping the people of the region find hope at home.

This strategy is a key part of our Administration’s comprehensive efforts to build a fair, orderly, and humane immigration system. Our Administration will consistently engage in the region to address the root causes of migration.

We will build on what works, and we will pivot away from what does not work. It will not be easy, and progress will not be instantaneous, but we are committed to getting it right.

Getting vaccinated is our best defense against this virus.

Today’s GDP numbers make it clear: our economic plans are working. ✅ Millions of new jobs created ✅ Fastest economic growth in almost 40 years ✅ The economy back at pre-pandemic levels

The Delta variant is spreading. You have the power to stop it. Get vaccinated.

Devastating wildfires, dangerous smoke, lethal heat, and severe drought are harming our communities. Today, @PresElectBiden  and I met with Governors to discuss their needs on the ground and partnering to strengthen resilience to keep communities safe in the face of climate change.

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To everyone who is barely hanging onto their homes, who has lost a loved one to COVID-19, who has no way to pay the bills: know that instead of voting to provide relief you desperately need, Senate Republicans today are choosing to hold a hearing to confirm a judge.

The climate crisis is an existential threat and a fundamental challenge of our time. RT if you agree.

This Delta variant is no joke. Get vaccinated.

RT if you agree that paid sick leave will save lives and make our communities safer.

This weekend, don’t forget:   - Wear a mask - Stay socially distanced - Avoid large indoor gatherings   Together, we can save lives.

Every member on the Senate Judiciary Committee must be tested for COVID-19 before the Supreme Court confirmation hearings start on Monday.

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