Titus draws anti-Israel line in the sand

May 2, 2024

As tensions continue to rise, Dina Titus has drawn a line in the sand and she’s clearly on the side of Iran. Looking at her voting track record, it is abundantly clear that Israel does not have a friend in Titus.

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Rep Dina Titus Takes The ‘No’ Road To Sanction Iran

Nevada Globe

May 1, 2024

In a series of votes cast prior to the congressional break, Democratic Congresswoman Dina Titus (CD-1) voted against legislation that would have designated the Houthis as a terror organization and rescind sanction waivers and restrict future sanction relief on Iran. Titus was the only Nevada congressional representative to vote against three pieces of bipartisan legislation, with Rep. Susie Lee “Not Voting.”


Titus did not demonstrate “ironclad” backing for Israel in that she voted against the “Standing Against Houthi Aggression Act,” legislation to re-designate Houthis as a terror organization; she opposed the “Iran Sanctions Relief Review Act,” legislation to restrict future sanction relief for Iran; and, she opposed HR 5947, legislation to rescind sanction waivers provided to Iran to unfreeze $6 billion.

In November 2023, Titus voted against the No Funds for Iranian Terrorism Act and was the sole “No” vote from the Nevada congressional delegation. She also voted against immediately freezing all Iranian assets, voting with her Nevada Democratic colleagues against aiding Israel as the legislation contained cutting the bloated budget of the IRS.

In 2015, Titus voted in favor of lifting sanctions on Iran in exchange for restriction on expanding Iran’s nuclear program. In 2018, President Trump withdrew the United States from the deal claiming it failed to curtail Iran’s missile program and regional influence.


The Houthi militants are conducting an “ongoing campaign against international shipping in solidarity with Palestinians against Israel’s military actions in Gaza.”


The Globe contacted Titus’ Communication Director Michael McShane for comment, but he failed to provide a response after asking about our deadline. Rep. Titus has yet to issue a statement on her recent votes amid the rising conflict in the Middle East.

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