This tour is designed to press Democratic senators against Biden’s spending bill to ‘Build Back better’.

In an effort to press Democratic senators against President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda, a conservative group has partnered with Republican governors.

According to a statement from the group, the Coalition to Protect American Workers is scheduled to host several events in conjunction with Republican governors in Arizona, and Montana starting this week.

The national tour’s purpose is to press Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.), Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.), Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.), and Jon Tester (D-Mont.) to oppose the Build back Better spending bill. This bill needs to be supported by all 50 Democratic senators in order to pass.

The tour will begin Thursday in Tempe, Arizona with an event that brings together local business leaders with Gov. Doug Ducey (Republican Governors Association), is the tour’s leader. Business leaders will share their views on why Biden’s policies have negatively affected their economic growth.


Next month, the tour will move on to Montana for an event that will include Gov. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont.

Fox News Digital’s Marc Short stated that while his coalition was “pleased” that many tax provisions were removed from the original bill, he expressed concern that “trillions of dollar in reckless spending and tax rises is bad for our economy, and certainly harmful to American workers.”

“I believe that we have maintained the view that after billions of dollars in COVID relief, infrastructure spending, that inflationary forces would create a political environment that makes it harder for Democrats to pass this more socialist agenda.”

Short stated that there were two visions of what is best for American taxpayers. The liberal Left believes government can make better money decisions. We believe that if resources are returned to taxpayers, Americans will know the best way to use them. Short noted that American companies can create more jobs in America, if they aren’t so burdened by regulations and taxes.

Short stated that his coalition is aware there is still “a lot to do in this battle”, and suggested that it would continue into the new year.