Eagan, MN – During today’s debate, Craig doubles down on wanting to be a roadblock if intended.
Claim: Craig intends to serve as a roadblock, not work towards progress.
The Facts: Rather than focusing on policies that will better the lives of every day Minnesotans she claims she wants to represent, Craig wants to bring more gridlock to Washington.
- Craig stated she believes her role, “if elected is to serve as a roadblock to the President’s progress
(Craig & Erdmann Forum, The Uptake, January 18, 2018)
(Angie Craig Roadblock Builder, Lewis Release, January 17, 2018)
(Continuing Progress or more roadblocks, Lewis Release, April 11, 2018)
Debate Fact Check VI
Eagan, MN – During today’s debate, Craig continues to try to play both sides without having principled stances on most issues.
Claim: Craig refuses to take principled stances and tell the voters where she stands on key issues.
The Facts: Craig continues her trend of refusing to clearly articulate where she stands on many issues important to Minnesota’s Second Congressional District.
- In 2016, volunteer turned 2018 Angie opponent Jeff Erdmann was told, “because we haven’t developed our website yet because we don’t want the Republicans to know where we stand, and we haven’t seen end-of-summer polling yet.”
(THE DEAD ENDERS: Candidates Who Signed Up to Battle Donald Trump Must Get Past the Democratic Party First, Intercept, January 23, 2018)
- After Craig’s endorsement, Lewis put forth 10 questions important to Minnesota’s 2nd voters, Craig has only answered one.
(A Rubber Stamp for Angie Craig, Lewis Release, April 14, 2018)