Florida: Rubio under fire for voting record. A back-in-the-race Marco Rubio is already under fire for his sparse attendance in the U.S. Senate, and not by his Sunshine State opponents. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid took a shot at Rubio, saying taxpayers should sue the former Presidential candidate for ignoring his responsibilities to them by missing so many votes. Expect more of that line of criticism. Georgia: Lewis, fellow Dems face ethics complaints for sit-in. U.S. Rep. John Lewis and the rest of the Democratic lawmakers who engaged in a 25 hour sit-in last week in an attempt to jump start the gun-control debate face ethics complaints from a Conservative leaning interest group. The complaints allege that the protest was a campaign tactic, while those who participated obviously disagree. Tennessee: Haslam criticizes ‘Brexit’. Governor Bill Haslam this week told reporters he thought the Brexit vote would ‘be a negative’ both for British voters as well as for the international economy as a whole. That message runs against what most Republicans have said following the vote.