Elizabeth Dole’s “Best in Congress” award, which she and only 49 of her 534 colleagues applied for themselves, is supposedly based on her support for working families. But how does she square that with the Drum Major Institute’s “F” score for her votes on behalf of North Carolina’s middle class? Or what about her votes against expanding children’s health insurance, raising the minimum wage, letting the government negotiate for lower drug prices, or increasing funding for Pell Grants? When it comes down to it, Dole’s inflated rhetoric has done nothing to help hardworking North Carolinians secure health care, afford pricey prescription drugs, or pay for college.
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