John Sununu on Social Security

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Voting Record

Amendment - Social Security Reserve Fund

In 2007, congress attempted to pass an amendment to create a reserve fund for social security. This action was prompted by the increasing awareness that the Social Security program may not be financially solvent in the near future. Opponents claimed that the move was an end-around method to privatize social security. The amendment was largely supported by Republicans and largely opposed by Democrats. The amendment failed in a 45-52 vote. John Sununu voted in favor of the amendment to create a reserve fund for social security.

John Sununu voted in favor of the amendment to create a reserve fund for social security.

 

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