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Congressman Jim Cooper from Tennessee

Profile for Congressman Jim Cooper from Tennessee

Congressman Jim  Cooper
Democrat
Tennessee
202-225-4311
District: 5

Next Election: 2020

Missed 0 Votes

Absent for 0% of Votes

Votes with Party 95%

Seniority: 18

Latest Votes:

Oct 31 2019

Voted Yes On Passage on HR823

Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy Act

Oct 31 2019

Voted No On Motion to Recommit with Instructions on HR823

Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy Act

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Latest Announcements:

Oct 31 2019 - 1:42 PM

Cooper Votes in Favor of Formalizing the Impeachment Inquiry

Oct 16 2019 - 12:00 AM

Cooper Announces Staff Appointments

Campaign Finance Summary:

Contributions: $559,925
Individual $200,855
PAC & SuperPac $352,500
Disbursements: $767,123
Individual Refunds $2,500
Committee Refunds $30,000
Debts owed $0
Cash on Hand $668,496

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Bills Sponsored:

May 8 2018

hr5703

House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee

1 cosponsors

To provide for the conveyance by the Secretary of the Army of certain property located in Cheatham County, Tennessee.

Referred to the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. - May 8 2018

Mar 29 2018

hr5419

House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee

1 cosponsors

To allow the Chief of the Army Corps of Engineers to convey certain property to the City of Nashville, Tennessee.

Referred to the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. - Mar 29 2018

Sep 5 2017

hr3675

House House Administration Committee

5 cosponsors

To provide that Members of Congress shall be paid last whenever the Treasury is unable to satisfy the obligations of the United States Government in a timely manner because the public debt limit has been reached.

Referred to the House Committee on House Administration. - Sep 5 2017

Mar 29 2017

hr1779

House House Administration Committee

18 cosponsors

To provide that Members of Congress may not receive pay after October 1 of any fiscal year in which Congress has not approved a concurrent resolution on the budget and passed the regular appropriations bills.

Referred to the House Committee on House Administration. - Mar 29 2017