Democrat leaders in the House are saying they hope to have a final vote on President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” bill and the bipartisan infrastructure measure Tuesday, according to multiple sources.

The lawmakers hope to finish writing out the revised $1.75 trillion spending bill Sunday, in time to send it to the House Rules Committee for a vote Monday, reports NBC News. That way, final votes in the full House can be held Tuesday.

However, the safety net package is still being revised in hopes of gaining the support of almost all House Democrats and all 50 Democrats in the Senate, including holdouts Sen. Joe Manchin, D‑W.Va. and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D‑Ariz., whose opposition has forced deep cuts to the package, originally price tagged at $3.5 …