Supposedly Senator Voinovich is on the fence about the Immigration Bill
June 25, 2007 01:54 PM
Or at least, so says the well-respected Bizzyblog. He was told by both Voinovich's D.C. office and the Cleveland office that the Senator has not made up his mind and is taking comments from constituents.
I find it hard to believe he'd do the right thing this time, since he wasn't willing to last time. But who knows, maybe the calls and the polls are having an effect. The number is (202) 224-3353, for what's that's worth. More numbers available here.
UPDATE: I actually was able to get through, after trying a few times earlier today. I asked if the Senator had made up his mind about cloture, and the young woman said she "did not have a statement from the Senator." I said "I know, I don't have a statement from him either, and I emailed him about this over a month ago." Bottom line? He's still trying to hide from us. I said "please tell him we're smart enough to know that if he votes yes on cloture but then votes against the bill on the floor, he's still supporting the bill." She said she would pass on the message.
Call him if you wish, I honestly don't know if he's even worth the effort. Michelle Malkin has a list of who might be, here.