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Key Races in California

155,618 crypto advocates

U.S. Senate Race (CA)

What politicians in CA are saying

Keep up with recent tweets about crypto from politicians in California.

Very anti-crypto
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Brad Sherman

@BradSherman

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Per @PunchbowlNews, #Crypto billionaire bros are spending big so they can make more billions. There's no PAC dedicated to collecting taxes from billionaires, enforcing sanctions laws, stopping drug dealers/human traffickers or keeping the dollar the world’s reserve currency. 1/2 x.com/PunchbowlNews/…
Very anti-crypto
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Brad Sherman

@BradSherman

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At today’s @FSCDems Digital Assets hearing, I highlighted that the real intent of #tokenization is not to increase efficiency, but to avoid American laws and regulations. See my remarks ⬇️ https://t.co/iOHdCirPXT
Very anti-crypto
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Ro Khanna

@RepRoKhanna

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Democrats have delivered on innovation and entrepreneurship with the CHIPS and Science Act and the IRA. The White House should also support @PatrickMcHenry's FIT21 Act to bring regulatory clarity for blockchain and crypto and support those jobs here in the US. pic.twitter.com/R5mJUGvzKn
Very pro-crypto
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Young Kim

@RepYoungKim

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The CBDC Anti-Surveillance State Act passed this week to stop federal agencies from issuing a central bank digital currency that undermines Americans' privacy. I'm proud to have joined @GOPMajorityWhip to introduce this bill to protect free-market values in the digital economy.
Very pro-crypto

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