Kyrsten Sinema cites 'personal family matter' for skipping Jan. 6 commission vote

Kyrsten Sinema cites 'personal family matter' for skipping Jan. 6 commission vote


Sen. Kyrsten Sinema claims she skipped a vote on a bill to create a Jan. 6 commission because of a “personal family matter.”

The Arizona Democrat made the comment after a trip to a border facility with Sen. John Cornyn but did not elaborate further, according to Arizona Republic immigration reporter Rafael Carranza.

Only six Republicans voted in favor of debate on the bill on Friday, leaving Democrats shy of the 60-vote threshold needed to pass the filibuster.

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On Friday, a spokesperson for Sinema told the outlet the senator “will be entering into the Congressional record that she would’ve voted yes,” but declined to explain her reason for missing the vote to create a commission to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

Manu Raju, a reporter for CNN, said in a tweet that Sinema “declined for days to explain why she missed Friday’s

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