Hallo Reddit! Ik ben Rob Jetten, fractievoorzitter van D66 in de Tweede Kamer. Ik ben #2 op de lijst voor de aankomende Tweede Kamerverkiezingen op 15, 16 en 17 maart 2021.
Vandaag tussen 15u en 16u ga ik proberen zoveel mogelijk vragen van jullie te beantwoorden. Het mag over alles gaan: de standpunten van D66, de verkiezingen, Feyenoord, klimaatdrammers, onderwijs, het goede leven in Brabant: AMA!
OMG, dit uur is voorbij gevlogen! Jullie stelden ontzettend veel leuke en inhoudelijke vragen. Ik moet nu helaas naar een volgende afspraak, maar ik zal samen met mijn medewerkers zorgen voor zoveel mogelijk antwoorden de komende dagen.
Politico broke the news that the former Ohio Representative, and Bush-era Trade Rep and OMB Director won't be seeking a third term in the Senate, citing "partisan gridlock" as the main motivation for his foregoing reelection.
Portman isn't part of the most vocal people in the Senate, but he's considered to be one of the more effective legislators in the chamber and was often seen as a potential swing vote despite voting with Trump 88% of the time, per 538.
Ohio has been trending red over the years, so I think Portman would have had a good shot at winning reelection after winning in a landslide in '16 despite polls showing a close race.
Considering how GOP-friendly Ohio has become in the past few years, do you think Portman's retirement will put his seat in play? If so, who do you think is likely to run for his seat (both GOP and Dem)?
Is this further proof of Trump's grip over the GOP? Is there a chance Portman was concerned over a potential primary challenge?
Lastly, do you think this has any bearing on Portman's vote in Trump's Senate trial?
Robert Williams has only played 20+ minutes 9 times in his NBA career. The Celtics are 9-2 in those games. Rob has never eclipsed 30 minutes in an NBA game.
Obviously the potential caveat is that Brad sometimes inserts Rob in during blowouts so some of these 20+ nights could be from 5+ mins of garbage time.
Stats in these games : 7.1 PPG / 8 RPG / 1.3 AST / 2.7 BLK / 1.8 STL / 78 FG%
with an average of just 26.6 minutes per game.
+6.4 net rating