Amy Klobuchar

Amy Klobuchar


U.S. Senator from Minnesota and candidate for President. Text AMY to 91990 to join our homegrown campaign.

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There are real dangers on platforms like Instagram and Facebook for kids and teens. Today I met with Minnesota families to hear from them about their concerns around the content pushed to their kids and how these platforms are using their data.

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The threats to our democracy are real, and they are not going away. There’s simply no other choice: we have to protect one of the most fundamental rights we have as Americans. I will not stop pushing for a national voting rights bill until we get it done.

I have so much to be thankful for after my successful breast cancer treatment, especially the doctors and nurses at @MayoClinic  who took such great care of me. Great to be in Rochester today to spread the word about the importance of health screenings and early detection.

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Next Wednesday, the Senate will vote to proceed on the Freedom to Vote Act. Passing this bill is consequential to defending our democracy.

Politicians should get elected because of their ideas, not based on who drew the maps.

No one should spend more on child care than their mortgage payment each month.

Climate change is an existential threat. Yesterday I joined @SecGranholm  and @tinaflintsmith  and MN leaders in St. Paul to discuss the immediate action needed to reduce emissions.

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Police officer Derek Chauvin has been arrested and is in custody for the murder of George Floyd. The first step towards justice.

Republicans have already introduced 253 bills in 43 states to suppress the right to vote. We must pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Act. The stakes could not be higher.

This isn’t Donald Trump’s country. It is yours. This shouldn’t be Donald Trump’s judge. It should be yours.

If you can only win an election by making it harder to vote, you should not hold elected office.

As our hearing concludes, I want to make one thing clear: “provocateurs” did not storm the Capitol. They were not “fake Trump protestors.” The mood on January 6th was not “festive.” That is disinformation.

It’s pretty simple: unless we get rid of the filibuster, we’re going to sit around admiring a lot of problems and sending a lot of tweets. Instead, we should get something done.

The President is not draining the swamp, he’s pardoning it.

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