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“… fundamentally different from the cynical way it’s historically been done.”


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“Atypical lobbying shop… searching for a model that can produce greater flow between left and right, and legislation that will pass.”


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“Poverty is the through-line connecting the districts that United by Interest is focusing on, whether they’re rural or urban. Racial and partisan identity is the dividing line, though some Freedom Caucus districts include a not-insignificant population of black constituents, too.”


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“The idea behind the new firm… the poorest congressional districts have much in common.”


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“United by Interest… has been working on a plan to unite the bases of both parties to rally behind an infrastructure bill that would invest in America’s poorest communities.”


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“’United By Interest,’ which unlike any other firm in Washington is truly minority-owned.”


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“The firm is rooted in the idea that the poorest communities in the poorest congressional districts represent the most energized constituencies in both parties. . . . this energy and momentum can be used for bipartisan legislative victories and policy advancement.”


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“An infrastructure bill… introduced in the House last week could be a template for bridging the gap between the extremes of the two parties.”


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“There is a good amount of tribalism that exists. So let’s find an organizing principle — and this organizing principle is economic growth and development, and that happens to be one everybody shares”