In a Senate floor speech last week, the Arizona Democrat said she would not support changing the chamber’s rules to allow voting rights legislation to pass.
Their announcements Tuesday bring the number of House Democratic retirements to 28.
The New York congressman is the third of the 10 Republicans who voted last year to impeach former president Donald Trump to announce their retirement.
The White House said Thursday it “strongly opposes” the measure, which it argued “would only serve to undermine unity amongst our European allies at a crucial moment” as Russia threatens Ukraine.
The Republican Senate candidate, who has been endorsed by former president Donald Trump, made the claim during an August 2020 podcast interview.
Lawmakers’ criticisms conveyed the nation’s exhaustion and frustration amid omicron surge.
The date is later than past addresses as Washington and Congress have imposed various restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In a video posted to her official Twitter account, the Michigan Democrat said she had come to the decision after conversations with her family and reflecting on her three decades in public service.
The former president had planned to hold an event on Jan. 6 to mark the first anniversary of the attack by a mob of his supporters.
In a recent podcast appearance, the Texas Republican said there’s a chance the president would be impeached because “what’s good for the goose is good for the gander.”