Category: Federal Politics

Federal Judicial Vacancies, Nominations and Confirmations | Oh My

One area where the Trump Administration and Republican Senate have been busy is in Federal Judicial nominations and confirmations. There is an online resource to track the vacancies, the nominees and the confirmations of the US Courts.  It includes an archive by month as well. Please see our Daily Actions and MAKE CALLS to make…

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House Congressional Committees | Info and Membership

The United States House of Representatives has been very active since the start of the 116th Congress. The House’s 26 committees consider bills and issues and oversee agencies, programs, and activities within their jurisdictions. Here’s how you can follow the House Congressional Committees, including their hearing schedule: Membership: https://www.house.gov/committees Schedule: https://www.house.gov/legislative-activity

Focus on CA District 21 | TJ Cox is Sworn In!

January 8, 2019 Press Release WASHINGTON – Congressman TJ Cox was sworn in today as the Representative for California’s 21st Congressional District. He released the following statement on his swearing in:   “I was honored to stand beside my family today as I was sworn in as your Representative. Taking the oath of office, I was…

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Panetta leads first year in Report Card scores; Harris lags surprisingly behind.

The Members of Congress (MoC) Watchdogs issue group developed a special report card to review the performance of our federal MoCs, summarizing one year of our quarterly report cards. We evaluated the performance of our federal MoCs against the expectations of National Indivisible from Quarter 3 2017 through Quarter 3 2018.  Representative Panetta performed the best, followed by…

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