We looked inside some of the tweets by @KamalaHarris and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
136. in category Politics
190. in category Society
745. in country United States
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Thank you, South Carolina!
Not everyone has equal access and opportunity to the road to success and we have got to correct that by focusing on everything from homeownership to a meaningful education.
Don’t let the NRA fool you: an overwhelming 97% of Americans support universal background checks to confront gun violence. We owe it to every victim, survivor, their families, and our communities to be stronger and louder than the gun lobby.
The Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether the Trump administration can add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. A hearing is expected to be held in April. https://n.pr/2EcBerS
Adding a citizenship question to the census is a blatant attempt to undermine the idea that everyone should be counted in America. It’s critical the Supreme Court sides with the people so the census isn’t used as a political weapon by this Administration.
Our health care system is not fair or simple and it is causing people of all ages an extraordinary amount of pain. No one in this country should have to give up everything to survive — we need Medicare For All to bring dignity to millions.
Thanks for the warm welcome, Charleston. Great to meet so many folks from South Carolina for the very first time. Next stop, Columbia.
What would the campaign trail be without amazing food? Stopped by @rodneyscottsbbq in Charleston for lunch. Pulled pork, greens, and cornbread. Rodney, you gotta share these recipes!
My heart is broken for the victims and their loved ones in Aurora. I'm grateful for the first responders who put their lives at risk to keep people safe. We've lost too many lives and seen too many communities shattered by gun violence. We can't let this keep happening.
Earlier today, I spoke out about the need for gun safety reform. Hours later, there was an active shooter in Aurora, Illinois. My heart goes out to the entire community.
Charleston is a vibrant city that has welcomed me with open arms. Can't wait to see everyone at our town hall in a few minutes. 📷: @bradyqg
I visited Mother Emanuel in Charleston earlier this morning to pay my respects to the nine victims of the 2015 shooting and leave some flowers in their memory. We’ve lost too many lives to gun violence — it's far past time to pass commonsense gun safety reforms.
There are two things that shaped who I am today: my family and Howard University. HBCUs are critical to nurture and challenge students and I am thrilled that the Senate passed my bill to preserve and improve historic HBCUs.
We should do something about the actual emergencies that plague our nation — like climate change or health care access — not playing politics in order to build a wasteful border wall.
At a time when this Administration is trying to open up our public lands to mining and drilling, the bipartisan conservation bill that passed the Senate was a major step forward.
Millions of Americans are already living paycheck to paycheck. We shouldn’t punish people who went to school to further their education. That’s not right.
Oakland’s restorative justice program, one of the primary alternatives to traditional school discipline, is in jeopardy. These programs are critical and we should be supporting more programs like these.
Decorated gymnast @Simone_Biles was six years old when she was introduced to gymnastics and insisted her parents enroll her at the gym. Years later, that same persistence would lead her to become the first woman gymnast to win three consecutive World All-Around titles.
“Valentine’s Day. The last time I saw you alive. A year has been a long time without you. So much has happened I want to tell you about.” A gut-wrenching letter from Lori Alhadeff, whose daughter Alyssa was killed in Parkland.
Thankful to have the support of my friend and progressive leader, @BLeeForCongress.
Declaring a national emergency over this President's vanity project is ridiculous. We don't need a wall. Instead, we should address the actual emergencies facing our country — everything from gun violence to the opioid crisis.