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Massachusetts members of the US House of Representatives:

Massachusetts members of the US House of Representatives:

Congressman Jake  Auchincloss
Democrat
Next Election: 2022
Jake Auchincloss
Massachusetts
202-225-5931
District: 4

Latest Announcements:

Latest Votes:

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on S475

Juneteenth National Independence Day Act

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on HR1187

ESG Disclosure Simplification Act

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Recently Sponsored Bills:

Campaign Finance Summary:

Contributions: $2,873,219
Individual $2,445,272
PAC & SuperPac $176,500
Disbursements: $2,415,437
Individual Refunds $13,790
Committee Refunds $0
Debts Owed $0
Cash on Hand $457,782

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Congressman Katherine  Clark
Democrat
Next Election: 2022
Katherine Clark
Massachusetts
202-225-2836
District: 5
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Latest Announcements:

Latest Votes:

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on S475

Juneteenth National Independence Day Act

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on HR1187

ESG Disclosure Simplification Act

see all votes

Recently Sponsored Bills:

hres35 - Jan 12 2021

Electing Members to certain standing committees of the House of Representatives.

hr8533 - Oct 6 2020

To provide an exception to the volume cap requirement for private activity bonds used to finance the preservation, improvement, or replacement of certain Federally-assisted buildings, and for other purposes.

hr5314 - Dec 5 2019

To enable registered apprenticeship programs to better serve veterans, and for other purposes.

hr5189 - Nov 20 2019

To require the Secretary of Health and Human Services to establish a Medicaid demonstration program to develop and advance innovative payment models for freestanding birth center services for women with a low-risk pregnancy, and for other purposes.

hr4381 - Sep 18 2019

To effectively staff the public elementary schools and secondary schools of the United States with school-based mental health services providers.

Campaign Finance Summary:

Contributions: $1,815,928
Individual $896,519
PAC & SuperPac $842,981
Disbursements: $1,542,099
Individual Refunds $13,060
Committee Refunds $5,000
Debts Owed $0
Cash on Hand $1,292,775

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Congressman Bill  Keating
Democrat
Next Election: 2022
Bill Keating
Massachusetts
202-225-3111
District: 9
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Latest Announcements:

Dec 31 1969 - 7:00 PM

Dec 31 1969 - 7:00 PM

Latest Votes:

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on S475

Juneteenth National Independence Day Act

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on HR1187

ESG Disclosure Simplification Act

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Recently Sponsored Bills:

hr2887 - Apr 28 2021

To provide for certain Department of State actions relating to global climate change, and for other purposes.

hr1142 - Feb 18 2021

To direct the Secretary of Transportation to establish a grant program for projects to strengthen and protect vulnerable infrastructure used during mass evacuations, and for other purposes.

hres124 - Feb 15 2021

Supporting the people of Belarus and their democratic aspirations and condemning the election rigging and subsequent violent crackdowns on peaceful protesters by the illegitimate Lukashenka regime.

hr998 - Feb 11 2021

To establish an offshore wind career training grant program, and for other purposes.

hr8742 - Nov 12 2020

To extend the availability of amounts under the Coronavirus Relief Fund.

Campaign Finance Summary:

Contributions: $708,830
Individual $271,250
PAC & SuperPac $437,430
Disbursements: $652,598
Individual Refunds $0
Committee Refunds $0
Debts Owed $0
Cash on Hand $1,504,778

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Congressman Stephen F. Lynch
Democrat
Next Election: 2022
Stephen F. Lynch
Massachusetts
202-225-8273
District: 8
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Latest Announcements:

Latest Votes:

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on S475

Juneteenth National Independence Day Act

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on HR1187

ESG Disclosure Simplification Act

see all votes

Recently Sponsored Bills:

hr3910 - Jun 15 2021

To amend the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act to give the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection rulemaking and enforcement authority over the safeguards rule with respect to data aggregators and other financial institutions, and for other purposes.

hr3912 - Jun 15 2021

To amend the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act to require consumers to opt in before a financial institution may share the nonpublic personal information of the consumer with a nonaffiliated third party, and for other purposes.

hr3911 - Jun 15 2021

To amend the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act to establish procedures for disclosures by financial institutions of nonpublic personal information, and for other purposes.

hr3156 - May 12 2021

To reestablish the Commission on Wartime Contracting, and for other purposes.

hr1463 - Mar 1 2021

To require a joint task force on air travel during and after the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, and for other purposes.

Campaign Finance Summary:

Contributions: $911,202
Individual $394,251
PAC & SuperPac $497,000
Disbursements: $1,140,250
Individual Refunds $0
Committee Refunds $2,000
Debts Owed $0
Cash on Hand $1,213,384

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Congressman Jim  McGovern
Democrat
Next Election: 2022
Jim McGovern
Massachusetts
202-225-6101
District: 2
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Latest Announcements:

Latest Votes:

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on S475

Juneteenth National Independence Day Act

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on HR1187

ESG Disclosure Simplification Act

see all votes

Recently Sponsored Bills:

hres473 - Jun 14 2021

Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 256) to repeal the Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution of 2002; providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 1187) to provide for disclosure of additional material information about public companies and establish a Sustainable Finance Advisory Committee, and for other purposes; and for other purposes.

hres473 - Jun 14 2021

Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 256) to repeal the Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution of 2002; providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 1187) to provide for disclosure of additional material information about public companies and establish a Sustainable Finance Advisory Committee, and for other purposes; and for other purposes.

hr3837 - Jun 11 2021

To reduce and eliminate threats posed by nuclear weapons to the United States, and for other purposes.

hr3783 - Jun 8 2021

To provide for the coverage of medically necessary food and vitamins and individual amino acids for digestive and inherited metabolic disorders under Federal health programs and private health insurance, to ensure State and Federal protection for existing coverage, and for other purposes.

hr3348 - May 19 2021

To amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to allow payments under the Medicare program for certain items and services furnished by off-campus outpatient departments of a provider to be determined under the prospective payment system for hospital outpatient department services, and for other purposes.

Campaign Finance Summary:

Contributions: $1,056,342
Individual $653,469
PAC & SuperPac $401,568
Disbursements: $1,093,205
Individual Refunds $3,506
Committee Refunds $0
Debts Owed $0
Cash on Hand $264,946

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Congressman Seth  Moulton
Democrat
Next Election: 2022
Seth Moulton
Massachusetts
202-225-8020
District: 6
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Latest Announcements:

Latest Votes:

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on S475

Juneteenth National Independence Day Act

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on HR1187

ESG Disclosure Simplification Act

see all votes

Recently Sponsored Bills:

hr2098 - Mar 19 2021

To repeal the funding authorization sunset and the total funding cap for the Essex National Heritage Area.

hr8926 - Dec 9 2020

To amend chapter 261 of title 49, United States Code, to provide for high-speed rail corridor development, and for other purposes.

hr7368 - Jun 25 2020

To amend title 10, United States Code, to improve the process by which a member of the Armed Forces may be referred for a mental health evaluation.

hr6424 - Mar 31 2020

To extend the charitable deduction to all taxpayers regardless of whether a taxpayer itemizes deductions in order to encourage and increase charitable giving, and to provide for loans and loan guarantees to certain public charities.

hr6408 - Mar 27 2020

To extend the charitable deduction to all taxpayers regardless of whether a taxpayer itemizes deductions in order to encourage and increase charitable giving, and to provide for loans and loan guarantees to certain public charities.

Campaign Finance Summary:

Contributions: $1,318,518
Individual $567,650
PAC & SuperPac $193,000
Disbursements: $1,830,883
Individual Refunds $22,322
Committee Refunds $0
Debts Owed $0
Cash on Hand $245,668

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Congressman Richard E. Neal
Democrat
Next Election: 2022
Richard E. Neal
Massachusetts
202-225-5601
District: 1
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Latest Announcements:

Jun 15 2021 - 11:07 AM

Chairman Neal Applauds President Bidens Resolution of the Long-Standing Boeing-Airbus Trade Dispute

Jun 10 2021 - 2:21 PM

Neal Statement on Meeting in UK Between President Biden and British Prime Minister Johnson

Latest Votes:

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on S475

Juneteenth National Independence Day Act

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on HR1187

ESG Disclosure Simplification Act

see all votes

Recently Sponsored Bills:

hr3528 - May 25 2021

To authorize appropriations for highway-rail grade crossing improvement projects.

hr2954 - May 4 2021

To increase retirement savings, simplify and clarify retirement plan rules, and for other purposes.

hr2337 - Apr 1 2021

To amend title II of the Social Security Act to provide an equitable Social Security formula for individuals with noncovered employment and to provide relief for individuals currently affected by the Windfall Elimination Provision.

hr9051 - Dec 28 2020

To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to increase recovery rebate amounts to $2,000 for individuals, and for other purposes.

hr9051 - Dec 28 2020

To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to increase recovery rebate amounts to $2,000 for individuals, and for other purposes.

Campaign Finance Summary:

Contributions: $5,033,892
Individual $1,442,402
PAC & SuperPac $3,127,684
Disbursements: $5,957,631
Individual Refunds $18,000
Committee Refunds $22,000
Debts Owed $0
Cash on Hand $2,384,564

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Congressman Ayanna  Pressley
Democrat
Next Election: 2022
Ayanna Pressley
Massachusetts
202-225-5111
District: 7

Latest Announcements:

Latest Votes:

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on S475

Juneteenth National Independence Day Act

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on HR1187

ESG Disclosure Simplification Act

see all votes

Recently Sponsored Bills:

hr3117 - May 11 2021

To require Federal law enforcement and prison officials to obtain or provide immediate medical attention to individuals in custody who display medical distress.

hr3063 - May 7 2021

To amend titles XIX and XXI of the Social Security Act to improve Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program for low-income mothers.

hr2598 - Apr 15 2021

To amend title XVIII, XIX, and XXI of the Social Security Act and title XXVII of the Public Health Service Act to expand access to maternal health care, and for other purposes.

hr2287 - Mar 29 2021

To direct the Secretary of Transportation to carry out a grant program to support efforts to provide fare-free transit service, and for other purposes.

hres226 - Mar 11 2021

Recognizing that the United States has a moral obligation to meet its foundational promise of guaranteed justice for all.

Campaign Finance Summary:

Contributions: $2,190,613
Individual $1,899,269
PAC & SuperPac $161,598
Disbursements: $1,775,676
Individual Refunds $12,765
Committee Refunds $5,000
Debts Owed $0
Cash on Hand $501,037

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Congressman Lori  Trahan
Democrat
Next Election: 2022
Lori Trahan
Massachusetts
202-225-3411
District: 3

Latest Announcements:

Latest Votes:

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on S475

Juneteenth National Independence Day Act

Jun 16 2021

Voted Yes On Passage on HR1187

ESG Disclosure Simplification Act

see all votes

Recently Sponsored Bills:

hr3451 - May 20 2021

To require covered platforms to provide information about their advertising to academic researchers, and for other purposes.

hr2067 - Mar 18 2021

To amend the Controlled Substances Act to require physicians and other prescribers of controlled substances to complete training on treating and managing patients with opioid and other substance use disorders, and for other purposes.

hr1862 - Mar 11 2021

To authorize the Secretary of Health and Human Services to carry out a pilot program to improve community-based care infrastructure.

hr1660 - Mar 8 2021

To make certain municipalities eligible for grants under the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, and for other purposes.

hr850 - Feb 4 2021

To establish name, image, likeness, and athletic reputation rights for college athletes, and for other purposes.

Campaign Finance Summary:

Contributions: $1,716,428
Individual $1,151,965
PAC & SuperPac $539,405
Disbursements: $1,499,562
Individual Refunds $4,711
Committee Refunds $5,500
Debts Owed $0
Cash on Hand $285,963

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Confirmed & Pending Nominations in Massachusetts

Daniel Huff
Pending
Daniel Huff, of Massachusetts, to be an Assistant Secretary of Commerce, vice Michael Platt Jr., resigned.

Michael Rigas
Pending
Michael Rigas, of Massachusetts, to be Deputy Director for Management, Office of Management and Budget, vice Margaret Weichert, resigned.

Christopher P. Vincze
Pending
Christopher P. Vincze, of Massachusetts, to be a Member of the Board of Directors of the United States International Development Finance Corporation for a term of three years. New Position

Andrew A. De Mello
Pending
Andrew A. De Mello, of Massachusetts, to be Inspector General, Department of Education, vice Kathleen S. Tighe, resigned.

William Shaw McDermott
Pending
William Shaw McDermott, of Massachusetts, to be a Member of the Board of Directors of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority for a term expiring May 30, 2024, vice Nina Mitchell Wells, term expired.

Mary Beth Leonard
Confirmed
Mary Beth Leonard, of Massachusetts, a Career Member of the Senior Foreign Service, Class of Minister-Counselor, to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Steven Christopher Koutsis
Pending
Steven Christopher Koutsis, of Massachusetts, a Career Member of the Senior Foreign Service, Class of Minister-Counselor, to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Chad.

Carlos M. Garcia
Pending
Carlos M. Garcia, of Massachusetts, to be a Member of the Financial Oversight and Management Board for Puerto Rico for the remainder of the term expiring August 30, 2019. New Position

Christopher P. Vincze
Confirmed
Christopher P. Vincze, of Massachusetts, to be a Member of the Board of Directors of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation for a term expiring December 17, 2019, vice Todd A. Fisher, term expired.

Carleton Varney
Pending
Carleton Varney, of Massachusetts, to be a Member of the National Council on the Arts for a term expiring September 3, 2022, vice Paul W. Hodes, term expired.