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Colin Allred has consistently voted for more spending, more borrowing, and more debt for the American people.

  • Colin Allred voted for the final passage of H.R. 1319, a $1.9 trillion stimulus package. Colin Allred voted for final passage of H.R. 133, a bill that contained $1.4 trillion in continuing appropriations and $900 billion related to COVID-19 spending. Colin Allred voted twice to resolve differences between the House and Senate on H.R. 2471, a continuing appropriations act that totaled $1.5 trillion in spending. Allred voted for H.R. 2617, a $1.7 trillion bill. 
  • Allred voted yes on HR 3877, which suspended the debt ceiling and roughly $6.5 trillion was borrowed in that time. Colin Allred voted yes on S. 1301. S. 1301, a short-term debt ceiling increase of $480 billion. Colin Allred voted yes on S.J. Res. 33, which increased the debt ceiling by $2.5 trillion to $31.4 trillion. Allred voted for H.R. 3746. With the CBO’s projection of 5.8% deficits compared to GDP in 2023, 2024, and 2025, the U.S. can expect to add roughly $1.5 trillion in debt annually through the expiration of the debt ceiling suspension.
  • In 2019, Allred voted yes on H.Res. 6, the Democrat’s House rules package which included the reinstatement of the Gephardt Rule, which allows for the debt ceiling to be increased without any congressional vote.

Colin Allred’s Values
Aren’t Texas Values!

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