Complete list: 14 Democratic senators call for Franken to resign

Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., talks to the media on Capitol Hill on Nov. 27. | J. Scott Applewhite/AP Whole list: 14 Democratic senators call for Franken to resign

A wave of Democratic officials called on Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) to resign Wednesday over different allegations of sexual misconduct.

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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York:

“While Senator Franken is normally entitled to have got the Ethics Committee conclude its analysis, I believe it will be better for our region if he delivered a clear concept that any sort of mistreatment of women in our culture isn’t acceptable by stepping apart to let another person serve,” Gillibrand said in a Facebook post.

Sen. Marie Hirono of Hawaii:

“Today, I am contacting my colleague Al Franken to step aside. I’ve struggled with this decision because he’s been a good Senator and I consider him a pal. But that cannot excuse his patterns and his mistreatment of females,” Hirono wrote on Twitter.

Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri:

Al Franken should resign. – Claire McCaskill (@clairecmc) December 6, 2017

Sen. Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire:

It is sharp that Al Franken has engaged in a pattern of egregious and unacceptable patterns toward girls. He should resign. – Sen. Maggie Hassan (@SenatorHassan) December 6, 2017

Sen. Kamala Harris of California:

Sexual harassment and misconduct should not be allowed by anyone and really should not occur anywhere. I really believe the best thing for Senator Franken to do is step down. – Kamala Harris (@SenKamalaHarris) December 6, 2017

Sen. Patty Murray of Washington:

It’s time for us as elected representatives to hold ourselves to an increased standard, to set an example, and to live a couple of values that’s truly representative and worthy of the Congress, our democracy, and our great region. – Senator Patty Murray (@PattyMurray) December 6, 2017

Sen. Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin:

I believe it’s best for Senator Franken to resign. – Sen. Tammy Baldwin (@SenatorBaldwin) December 6, 2017

Sen. Bob Casey of Pennsylvania:

I trust my colleagues who have stepped onward today and called on Senator Franken to resign. We can’t only believe girls when it’s simple. – Senator Bob Casey (@SenBobCasey) December 6, 2017

Sen. Joe Donnelly of Indiana:

Joe is calling for Senator Franken to resign. – Senator Joe Donnelly (@SenDonnelly) December 6, 2017

Sen. Sherrod Dark brown of Ohio:

I have listened to them. I possess listened to my female colleagues, to women I work with and girls in my entire life. And I agree the time has arrive for Senator Franken to step aside. – Sherrod Dark brown (@SenSherrodBrown) December 6, 2017

Sen. Debbie Stabenow of Michigan:

Sexual harassment is unacceptable. I really believe Senator Franken should do the right matter and resign. – Sen. Debbie Stabenow (@SenStabenow) December 6, 2017

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota:

We must invest in zero tolerance – which is where I really believe we as a region and Congress should be – and which means Senator Franken should step down. Full assertion: – Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (@SenatorHeitkamp) December 6, 2017

Sen. Ed Markey of Massachusetts:

I join my colleagues in calling for Senator Franken to step apart and resign. Sexual harassment is normally unacceptable, completely inappropriate and can’t be tolerated. – Ed Markey (@SenMarkey) December 6, 2017

Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado:

Sexual harassment and misconduct should never be acceptable. I am aware Senator Franken can make an announcement tomorrow morning, and I’m confident he’ll do the proper thing and step apart. – Michael F. Bennet (@SenBennetCO) December 6, 2017

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