IN THE STATES: Democrats Go All Out Touting Benefits of President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal

This week, Democrats and state parties barnstormed the country to tout the benefits of President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal. This historic investment in our nation’s infrastructure will create good-paying jobs by rebuilding our roads and bridges, expanding broadband so every American has access to high-speed internet, and securing clean drinking water for our families and children. Democrats are making sure that voters across the country know that they will be healthier, better connected, and poised to win the competition for the 21st century because of President Biden and Democrats. 

Here’s what Americans across the country were reading during infrastructure week: The Hill: Democrats start blitz to sell infrastructure

Democrats across the country touted the passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal:
In Maryland: WGAL: President Joe Biden speaks in Baltimore about how infrastructure plan will strengthen supply chains
In Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Capital-Star: ‘A generational investment’: Pa’s Congressional Dems tout infrastructure bill’s benefits back home
In Georgia: Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Georgia Democrats applaud House passage of infrastructure bill Republicans opposed
In Wisconsin: CBS58: Wisconsin leaders talk impact of infrastructure bill passing
In Illinois: WMBD: ‘This is the biggest investment in our infrastructure since the Eisenhower administration,’ Illinois lawmakers react to infrastructure bill
In Oregon: Oregon Capital Chronicle: Democrats in Oregon delegation applaud infrastructure passage, lone Republican silent
In California: Lake County News: Lake County’s members of Congress vote to pass national infrastructure bill
In Colorado: The Denver Channel: “Let’s fix the roads”: Colorado leaders hail passage of infrastructure bill
In Vermont: Vermont Business Magazine: ​Leahy: Bipartisan infrastructure bill will yield wide benefits across Vermont
In New York: WKBW: Sen. Schumer details how the infrastructure bill will impact New York State

Local news outlets detailed what is in the infrastructure bill for their communities: 
In Texas: KAMC: Texas set to get around $30 billion from new infrastructure bill
In Texas: KIII: South Texas makes waves: What local representatives gain from the $1 trillion infrastructure bill
In Georgia: The Augusta Chronicle: Federal infrastructure deal to provide $225 million for repairing bridges across Georgia
In Georgia: Georgia Recorder: Easing of supply chain jam to start with Savannah seaport, White House says
In North Carolina: CBS17: NC set to receive billions for roads, bridges, high-speed internet access as part of Biden’s infrastructure bill
In North Carolina: WITN: NCDOT prepares for future projects as infrastructure bill heads to Biden’s desk
In North Carolina: The News & Observer: NC commuter rail, infrastructure projects pick up speed with Congress passing bill
In North Carolina: Indy Week: From RTP to Eastern N.C., President Biden’s Infrastructure Deal is a Game Changer for the State
In North Carolina: WRAL: Plenty of NC projects to benefit from infrastructure package
In Florida: Miami Herald: Billions of dollars coming to Florida once Biden’s infrastructure bill becomes law
In Florida: WPBF: Bipartisan infrastructure bill’s expected impact in Florida
In Mississippi: Mississippi Today: Mississippi will get $4.4 billion from federal infrastructure package. Here’s how it can be spent
In West Virginia: West Virginia MetroNews: Billions of infrastructure investment now coming to West Virginia, Manchin says
In Louisiana: Lafayette Daily Advertiser: What’s Louisiana’s share of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill? Billions
In Michigan: Bridge Michigan: How the $1.2-trillion Biden infrastructure bill will be spent in Michigan
In Michigan: WILX: Michigan to receive $100 million for broadband internet expansion
In Michigan: MLive: Infrastructure bill would send more than $10 billion to Michigan
In Minnesota: Minnesota Reformer: ‘Infrastructure week is finally here’ in Minnesota, led by $4.5 billion for roads
In Wisconsin: Midwest Farm Report: Infrastructure Deal Positive For Wisconsin 
In Minnesota: MPR News: Infrastructure bill will send billions to Minnesota
In South Dakota: KELO: Trillion dollar package means millions for South Dakota’s roads, bridges
In Iowa: KCRG: Infrastructure bill brings Iowa millions for roads, bridges and broadband
In Illinois: Chicago Sun-Times: Illinois to get at least $17 billion from the Biden infrastructure bill; could be more
In Kansas: KWCH: What the infrastructure bill means for Kansans
In Minnesota: KSTP: What experts say $100 million in broadband funding will do for Minnesota
In Montana: KTVH: Infrastructure bill boosts regional effort to restore passenger rail to southern MT
In Washington: The Spokesman-Review: Congress sending billions to fix roads and bridges in Washington, Idaho through infrastructure bill
In Idaho: Post Register: Infrastructure deal expected to fund over $3 billion to Idaho essential services
In Arizona: Arizona Public Radio: What does Arizona get out of the infrastructure bill? 
In Arizona: Patch: What Arizona Can Expect From $1T Infrastructure Bill 
In Colorado: CPR News: Colorado is getting around $1 billion from the federal infrastructure bill for transportation projects
In Colorado: CBS Denver: Federal Infrastructure Package To Create ‘Less Congestion, More Safety’ For Colorado
In Montana: Great Falls Tribune: Here’s what the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill means for tribes in Montana
In New Hampshire: Portsmouth Herald: Seacoast water projects flush with cash from $1 trillion infrastructure bill
In New Hampshire: WMUR: Rural broadband access to increase under infrastructure bill
In New Hampshire: The New Hampshire Union Leader: Infrastructure bill could send well over $1.5B to NH for roads, internet and water cleanup
In Massachusetts: The Daily News: Federal windfall could fix sewer systems
In Maine: The Portland Press Herald: Maine expects nearly $2.4 billion from Biden infrastructure package
In Pennsylvania: The Morning Call: Here’s how Biden’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill will impact Pennsylvania and the Lehigh Valley
In Massachusetts: The Center Square: Massachusetts to receive $4.2 billion from infrastructure bill
In New York: New York Daily News: Big bucks headed to NY after Congress passes Biden infrastructure bill
In Vermont: Burlington Free Press: Here’s what the new infrastructure bill would mean for Vermont

Local leaders and editorial boards praised Democrats for leading on getting this historic legislation across the finish line:
In Pennsylvania: Lancaster Farming: Ag Groups Largely Positive on Infrastructure Bill
In Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Editorial: Infrastructure measure is good for Pennsylvania
In Kentucky: WDRB: Louisville business leaders commend passing of bipartisan infrastructure deal
In Oklahoma: Fox25: Oklahoma City Mayor reacts to infrastructure bill passage
In Oklahoma: The Oklahoman: Holt hails bill expected to provide more than $5 billion for Oklahoma
In Ohio: WTOV: Local leaders excited about prospects after infrastructure bill passed
In Ohio: The Blade (Toledo): Editorial: Infrastructure bill is on road to helping Ohioans 
In Indiana: Fox59: Indiana Chamber of Commerce says infrastructure bill will benefit Hoosier businesses
In Nevada: Las Vegas Sun: Editorial: Bipartisan infrastructure bill’s passage is a victory for Nevadans

Lastly, local news outlets and editorial boards held out-of-touch Republicans accountable for voting against this legislation that will improve their communities and help their constituents:
In Texas: KERA News: Texas could get billions from the infrastructure bill, yet all Texas Republicans voted against it
In North Carolina: The News & Observer: Editorial Board: The lame excuses NC Republicans had for opposing the infrastructure bill
In Florida: ABC News 4 (WPEC): Scott invested in infrastructure as Florida governor, but voted no on bipartisan bill
In Tennessee: The Chattanooga Times Free Press: Opinion: Beware of our GOP politicians’ about-face on Tennessee, Georgia infrastructure gains