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Stimulus Check Status May Depend On The Ohio Primary

The status of the recurring stimulus check payments has a lot to do with the election-related to Nina Turner, the state senator hailing from the state of Ohio. If she becomes successful in winning the Democratic primary for the 11th Congressional district of the state then there might be recurring financial aid payments for all the eligible citizens of the country. This is because they might be a formation of the legislators seeking to provide the money. 

Stimulus Check: Turner’s Opinion

Most of the politicians belonging to the Democratic party have constantly placed their demands for the recurring stimulus check payments. And they have done this even before the coronavirus pandemic started growing in the country. Ilhan Omar, the Representative from the Democratic Party, introduced a new bill concerning the stimulus check payments. This took place last Friday. As per the bill, about 161 million citizens are to be provided with monthly payments.

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The Minnesota-based Representative also went to publicly support Turner. Turner has never backed from showing her support for the financial aid and in case she wins the upcoming elections, there is a very high chance for the successful distribution of the recurring payments. 

Senator Nina Turner took to the social media platform, Twitter, in order to talk about the universal nature of the stimulus checks. This took place in the month of June. She explained that basic income must be provided universally. Turner has also not hesitated from criticizing the lawmakers.

She has spoken vocally on their failure to include any such provisions of the recurring stimulus checks payments in the relief package of the coronavirus pandemic. She wrote over Twitter that the relief that came in the absence of the monthly payments of 2000 USD was not a relief at all.    

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