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Kamala Harris' Public Statements

Office:
  • Vice President, Democratic President of the Senate
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04/09/2021 Tweet - "His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, led a long, remarkable life--the hallmarks of which were loyalty and service. Doug and I send our condolences to the Royal Family, the people of the United Kingdom, and the Commonwealth."
04/08/2021 Tweet - "Today we remember the six million Jews and millions of others who were murdered by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. We must continue to stand up against anti-Semitism and hate of any kind. #NeverAgain #HolocaustRemembranceDay"
04/08/2021 Remarks by Vice President Harris on Gun Violence Prevention
04/08/2021 Tweet - "I want all those who have lost a loved one to gun violence to know: @POTUS and I will never, ever give up on this fight."
04/08/2021 Tweet - "The solutions to curb gun violence already exist. All that is left is the will and the courage to act. And President Joe Biden has the will and the courage to act."
04/08/2021 Tweet - "The American Jobs Plan will create good-paying, union jobs that will fix our roads and bridges, modernize our electric grid, replace lead service lines for clean water, and expand access to high-speed internet."
04/08/2021 Tweet - "Gun violence is a public health epidemic, and we cannot wait to address it. Today, @POTUS announced a set of initial actions to reduce gun violence of all forms--community violence, mass shootings, domestic violence, and suicide."
04/07/2021 Readout of Vice President Kamala Harris Call with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico
04/07/2021 Tweet - "I spoke with President López Obrador of Mexico today to thank him for his cooperation on migration issues. I look forward to working with him to address the root causes of migration by improving conditions for people in the region, including in southern Mexico."
04/07/2021 Tweet - "COVID has highlighted health inequities that have long existed, hitting struggling communities the hardest. @POTUS and I are committed to ensuring equity is at the heart of everything we do. #WorldHealthDay"
04/06/2021 Tweet - "Illinois, we said help is on the way, and now, help is here to get more shots in arms. Today, the CDC announced that it will award $90 million to Illinois and another $33 million to Chicago to increase vaccine access and boost confidence--especially in hard hit communities."
04/06/2021 Tweet - "This #NationalPublicHealthWeek, I want to thank all frontline workers who have risked their lives to keep us safe during this pandemic. @POTUS and I are committed to investing in our public health workers and system to create a healthier, stronger, and more equitable America."
04/06/2021 Tweet - "Today, we reached 150 million shots in arms and @POTUS announced that all adults will be eligible for a vaccine by April 19. Our goal was 100 million shots in 100 days. We beat that. Now our goal is 200 million shots. We're on track to meet that. Next, we'll beat this pandemic."
04/05/2021 Tweet - "916,000 jobs were added in March. Women accounted for an overwhelming majority of newly employed workers. @POTUS and I called the mass exodus of women from the workforce a national emergency that demands a national solution. With these numbers, we know our response is working."
04/05/2021 Tweet - "I toured Upper San Leandro Water Treatment Plant. Delivering clean drinking water to Oakland takes state-of-the-art infrastructure and highly-skilled workers. Our American Jobs Plan will invest $111 billion and create good union jobs to get clean water to every tap in America."
04/04/2021 Tweet - "This year, like last year, our Easter celebrations look a little different. Doug and I attended service virtually at Third Baptist Church. We look forward to attending in person next year. Happy Easter!"
04/04/2021 Tweet - "53 years ago, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was taken from us. A son of Georgia, Dr. King spent his life fighting for economic and racial justice. His legacy and vision endure as we continue the fight in our own time."
04/04/2021 Tweet - "Happy Easter and happy spring to all! Today, we are celebrating hope and faith in renewal. Hope in the number of people vaccinated, children going back to school, and hugging your loved ones for the first time. Hope for a brighter tomorrow for us all."
04/04/2021 Tweet - "Going back to how things were is not the end goal of getting through this pandemic. We must build our country back better than it was before. With historic investments in our infrastructure, the American Jobs Plan will help us do just that."
04/03/2021 Tweet - "Right now America ranks 13th in the world in infrastructure. As the wealthiest nation in the world, that is simply unacceptable. The American Jobs Plan will change that."
04/02/2021 Tweet - "In an inexplicable act of violence, a brave US Capitol Police Officer, William Evans, was killed in the line of duty while another officer fights for his life. Officer Evans made the ultimate sacrifice to protect the Capitol. Our hearts go out to his family and loved ones."
04/02/2021 Tweet - "Each and every one of us has the power to make a difference. One way you can make a big difference is by getting vaccinated when it's your turn. It is safe. It will save lives. And it will save your communities."
04/02/2021 Tweet - "To rebuild our country stronger than before we must invest in our nation's infrastructure. The American Jobs Plan will replace every lead service pipe and expand broadband to every community. That means good-quality jobs. And it means healthier, more equitable communities."
04/01/2021 Tweet - "Today, HHS is announcing the COVID-19 Community Corps--a nationwide, grassroots network of local voices people trust to encourage Americans to get vaccinated. Looking forward to championing this next phase of the public education campaign from the White House."
04/01/2021 Tweet - "In a few weeks, 9 in 10 adults will be eligible for the vaccine. But to get shots in arms, we need to get the word out. This morning, I met with founding members of the COVID-19 Community Corps who will do just that: encourage their communities to get vaccinated. We can do this."

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