From Republican congressional candidate Evelyn Sanguinetti
Sean Casten Out of Touch With 6th District Voters
Casten has a 98.88% Progressive voting score
In his short time in Congress, Sean Casten has already amassed a progressive voting record.
As a Congressman, Casten is supposed to represent all those who live in his district, not just the people who voted for him and the special interests who buoyed his campaign.
After a week when Casten stated “bipartisanship is overrated” and asked taxpayers to give him a pay raise because he thinks his current $174,000 salary is “peanuts,” it is clear who Casten is representing in Congress, and it’s certainly not the people in his district.
“Casten is no centrist.
“Sent to DC to represent his district’s values, Casten would rather bow to the extreme wing of his party, proving he is one of them by voting 99% of the time in their favor,” said Clay Godfrey, Sanguinetti campaign spokesman.
“The 6th Congressional District wants a Representative who votes with their district in mind, not someone who votes to impress the extremists in their party.”
Sean Casten Has A 98.88% Progressive Voting Score According To ProgressivePunch.org. (ProgressivePunch.org, Accessed 6/14/19)
Casten Voted 177 Times With Progressives Out Of 179 Votes Tested. (ProgressivePunch.org, Accessed 6/14/19)