Engagement by party
From Rep. Pelosi, representing California

Today, I signed the bill delivering $40 billion to #SupportUkraine – a victory for Democracy in the world.

This assistance will make an immediate and substantial difference in Ukraine’s fight to defend its people, its sovereignty and its nation.

Congress and @POTUS have been proud to stand with the people of Ukraine, from reviving Lend-Lease and passing ‘Seize and Freeze’ to punishing Russia, we remain committed to doing what is needed until victory is won.

Slava Ukraini!

From Rep. Crow, representing Colorado

BREAKING: Congress just passed a crucial supplemental aid package from President Biden for the people of Ukraine.

The American people stand with the people of Ukraine as they face Vladimir Putin’s unlawful war.

More help is on the way.

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Just weeks ago, I heard directly from @ZelenskyyUA about what Ukrainians need to keep winning their fight against Russia’s invasion.

Grateful to have made good on that promise by passing this aid package to #SupportUkraine.

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From Rep. Horsford, representing Nevada

I'm proud to #SupportUkraine.

Through military aid and humanitarian assistance, we are committed to providing Ukrainians with the tools to defend their democracy against Putin's brutal assault.

From Rep. Burgess, representing Texas

Rep. Michael C. Burgess (R-TX-26) (R-TX) reacts to Sen. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) blocking the $40 billion Ukrainian aid bill, on Friday's "John Bachman Now."

"I don't disagree with Senator Paul. There does need to be an oversight."


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This administration must provide a plan for how we will continue to #SupportUkraine

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From Rep. Lowenthal, representing California

As Putin desperately accelerates his brutality in Ukraine, I joined with my House colleagues this week to pass a $40 billion bipartisan, bicameral supplemental funding bill to #SupportUkraine military aid, the Ukrainian economy, & provide humanitarian assistance. 1/2

Together with our allies & partners, Congress & the Biden admin are committed to supporting Ukraine as they continue to courageously defend themselves & their nation against Putin’s horrific & illegal war. 2/2

From Rep. Lofgren, representing California

ICYMI: The House passed bipartisan legislation to provide $40 billion to #SupportUkraine against Putin’s accelerating brutality. It includes:

🛡️ Military aid
💵 Economic support
⚕️ Humanitarian & refugee assistance

From Rep. Langevin, representing Rhode Island

This week, the House voted to #SupportUkraine by passing a bipartisan, bicameral funding bill that will equip Ukraine with training, weapons, supplies, services, and intelligence support.

For as long as they need us, the United States will stand with the people of Ukraine.

From Rep. Frankel, representing Florida

Yesterday, I voted to #SupportUkraine by passing a bipartisan supplemental funding bill to give the Ukrainian people the assistance they need to defend themselves & protect their democracy. It includes:

🇺🇦Military aid
🇺🇦Support for the Ukrainian economy
🇺🇦Humanitarian assistance

From Rep. Cartwright, representing Pennsylvania

Last night, I helped pass the Additional Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act on a bipartisan basis. This bill sends a message around the world that we #SupportUkraine, with nearly $40 billion in emergency funding for security, economic and humanitarian aid.