Tester quietly releases public schedule after breaking campaign promise by not updating for months
Added 04-21-21 07:29:02pm EST - “Tester made the promise to publicize his official calendar back during his 2006 Senate campaign, and made good on the promise until January 29 of this year, just over a week into President Biden's term.” - Foxnews.com
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Senator Jon Tester, D-Mont., on Tuesday quietly released his public schedule on his Senate website between April 14 and April 20 after not updating his public schedule for almost three months, which broke his campaign pledge to be transparent about with whom he meets.
Tester pledged to publicize his official calendar dating back to his 2006 Senate campaign, but his public schedule appeared to be non-existent over the last few months when important issues like filibuster reform, the stimulus, and other important issues were being discussed.
Tester's public schedule was archived nearly a dozen times between February 1 and April 19, only showing Tester's schedule during the last week in January, according to the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine. On April 20, Tester's schedule was updated to show his schedule between April 14 and April 20.
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