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WATCH: DGA Chair Gov. Tim Walz Joins CNN to Tout Contrast Between Dem Govs Delivering and GOP Govs Stoking Division

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WATCH: DGA Chair Gov. Tim Walz Joins CNN to Tout Contrast Between Dem Govs Delivering and GOP Govs Stoking Division

“I’m surrounded by states who are spending their time figuring out how to ban Charlotte’s Web in their schools, while we’re banishing hunger from ours with free breakfast and lunch.”

Today, DGA Chair and Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz joined CNN to talk about his new role leading the DGA in the 2024 cycle, and how Democratic governors are delivering real results and protecting freedoms, while Republican governors and candidates are pushing chaos and extremism.

WATCH HERE

Key Points from Gov. Walz’s Interview:

  • “Just the strange things [Republicans] become obsessed with, demonizing our children, becoming obsessed with people’s personal lives and their bedrooms, restricting freedoms.”
  • “I’m surrounded by states who are spending their time figuring out how to ban Charlotte’s Web in their schools, while we’re banishing hunger from ours with free breakfast and lunch.”
  • “[Republicans] will weirdly obsess with everything to be mean, and cruel and small in their ideas…Americans know this is weird stuff to be focused on.”
  • “Whether it’s making sure the middle class has what they need, protecting reproductive rights, truly addressing climate change, governors are doing that across the country, they’re popular with that…and…we’re able to do that because of Joe Biden’s policies.”
  • “Whether it’s the infrastructure act, CHIPS act, bringing manufacturing back to America, those are things people want to hear about, not demonizing some child because of who they are.”

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