ICYMI: Allred Holds Cruz Accountable for Voting Against Bipartisan Agreement to Keep the Government Open

Cruz was one of just nine extreme Senators to vote against bipartisan agreement to keep the government open, fellow Texas Senator John Cornyn voted for it

Dallas, TX — Over the weekend, after Ted Cruz voted for the third time in less than two weeks against widely-supported, bipartisan efforts to prevent a government shutdown, Congressman Allred held Texas’ junior Senator accountable for choosing politics and podcasts over people and paychecks. 

Here are a few key clips you might have missed:

In an interview with MSNBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin on Saturday evening, Congressman Allred made clear that Ted Cruz “voted to force service members to work without pay, to deny support for small businesses, to basically force us into significant travel delays, [and] against food assistance for moms and kids.”

Watch a clip of Congressman Allred’s interview here.

Texas is home to nearly a quarter-million active duty service members and civilian federal employees combined, including TSA officers, Border Patrol agents, and other Customs and Border Protection personnel. Ted Cruz voted to deprive countless employees in these and other agencies their paychecks for an indefinite period of time.

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