Talking about endorsements is “getting a little ahead of ourselves,” he said.
That leaves the seven Republicans with lukewarm support from the left, hostility from some flanks on the right, and in an awkward position in the GOP caucus going forward. Perhaps that explains the slight edge in the statement Biggert spokesman Zach Cikanek sent to Roll Call.
“Rep. Biggert’s top priority is to cut spending and create jobs,” he said. “Unfortunately, the amendment was more about advancing a social agenda than fiscal responsibility.”