There is strong bipartisan support for rebuilding America's crumbling infrastructure, but not for trillions in new spending unrelated to this issue. It’s time to focus on true infrastructure and take bipartisan action for the American people.
The Hill reported Governor Hogan and former Senator Joe Lieberman “are leading” a joint campaign with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Business Roundtable, No Labels, and a coalition of “over 130 former government officials, trade groups and business executives” to urge President Biden to support the bipartisan infrastructure package being proposed in the House and Senate. This effort includes a new ad campaign in Delaware that features President Biden throughout his political career “stressing the importance of bipartisanship.
Governor Hogan appeared on CNBC to urge President Biden to embrace the current bipartisan infrastructure proposals in the House and the Senate. These plans have been proposed by a bipartisan group of Senators and members of the House who Governor Hogan convened in Annapolis for two-day infrastructure summit, including Senator Joe Manchin, Senator Bill Cassidy, Senator Mitt Romney, and the chairs of the House Problem Solvers Caucus. Governor Hogan has been focused on gaining bipartisan consensus on a federal infrastructure bill since 2019, when as Chair of the National Governors Association, he launched a national initiative on rebuilding America’s crumbling infrastructure.
Governor Hogan is calling on Congress and President Biden to deliver for the American people the bipartisan infrastructure proposal that is continuing to gain momentum in the House and Senate. These bipartisan plans have been put forward by the group that Governor Hogan convened in Annapolis for two-day infrastructure summit, including Senator Joe Manchin, Senator Bill Cassidy, Senator Mitt Romney, and the chairs of the House Problem Solvers Caucus. As Chair of the National Governors Association, Governor Hogan launched a national initiative focused on rebuilding America’s crumbling infrastructure.