It's Time to
Flip that Bacon.
Don Bacon has to go.
Since 2017, Don Bacon has stood proudly against accountability and equality. For four and a half years, Nebraska’s 2nd District has been represented by a man who cares more about pleasing his party leadership than the hard-working Nebraskans who elected him.
And Nebraskans have noticed.
Bacon has struggled to win over a majority of voters since his first race. The district is listed as a toss up. And in 2022, we are going to flip that Bacon.
Bacon voted against the Women’s Health Protection Act to create a statutory right for health-care professionals to provide abortions, amid an intensifying legal battle over a Texas law that is the most restrictive in the nation.
Joined his Washington party bosses and voted to shut down the government, which would throw the economy into chaos as it rebounds from the pandemic.
Bacon once again put millions of American workers, seniors, and small business owners in harm’s way by voting “NO” for a second time on the historically bipartisan vote to raise the U.S. debt limit.
Bacon and Reps. Jeff Fortenberry and Adrian Smith failed to vote today to hold former Trump advisor Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress for impeding the investigation into the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.
Taking orders from his Washington party bosses, Rep. Don Bacon voted Wednesday against holding Arizona Republican and white nationalist sympathizer Rep. Paul Gosar accountable for tweeting a heinous animated video showing him killing a sitting congresswoman.
Bacon fell in line with his Washington party bosses and voted with Reps. Jeff Fortenberry and Adrian Smith to shut down the government, willfully risking crucial government benefits like tax refunds and new social security applications just as families are preparing for the holidays.
Recklessly votes to default on America’s bills and tank U.S. economy by refusing to support raising the debt ceiling.
Voted against H. Res. 851 to find Mark Meadows in contempt of Congress for refusing to comply with the request of the Select Committee to answer questions about the attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
Bacon joined his Washington party bosses and voted to block legislation to protect Nebraskans from harmful attacks on their right to vote. The Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act is more important than ever.
Voted against the America COMPETES Act, which would help ensure America can outcompete countries like China. Bacon voted against economy-boosting legislation that would create jobs and strengthen the supply chain, among other things.
Followed his Washington party bosses and voted to shut down the government, recklessly threatening our economy and risking critical government services.