Democrats in Congress List
|Contact Adam Schiff | Email, Address, DC Phone Number|
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|Contact Nancy Pelosi | Email, Address, DC Phone Number|
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|Contact Chuck Schumer | Email, Address, DC Phone Number|
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|Contact Beto O'Rourke - All the Ways to Contact Beto|
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|Contact Elizabeth Warren | List of Ways to Contact Her|
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|Cory Booker Contact Information, Debates, Interviews, Speeches & Town Halls|
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Elizabeth Warren fired back at Mark Zuckerberg on Twitter Tuesday morning, after the Facebook founder and CEO said it would "suck" if his company had to fight her future administration's plans to break up certain tech giants.
Facebook Inc Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg told employees in July that the company would “go to the mat” to defeat Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren’s expected effort to break up the world’s largest social media company if she were elected president, according to audio of two internal company meetings from July published by The Verge.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday asserted that Attorney General William Barr had “gone rogue” in his handling of an explosive whistleblower complaint that allegedly implicates him in efforts by President Donald Trump to solicit foreign interference in the 2020 election.
On a conference call, Pelosi and the chairs of several powerful committees discussed the path forward following the release of the Mueller report.
A redacted version of the Mueller Report has finally been released. You can read the report in full here, but there are many troubling elements already becoming clear: Donald Trump and his campaign absolutely welcomed Russian interference in the 2016 election, and Trump absolutely committed obstruction on at least 10 different occasions. While Robert Mueller said the special counsel’s office did not believe it had the legal authority to charge Trump with crimes, it most certainly passed that baton to Congress, which does have that legal authority. (You can read more about that in this post by my colleague Kerry Eleveld.)
Increasing the size of the Supreme Court and scrapping the Electoral College are two of the latest provocative proposals sweeping the 2020 Democratic field.
Blumenthal said Friday that words have "consequences" during an interview on CNN.
The chairman of the House Oversight Committee issued a stark warning Friday to White House counsel Pat Cipollone, demanding that the White House turn over documents and comply with interviews related to how the White House handled security clearances of some of the President's closest advisers.
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