Should D.C. Get a Seat in the House? Tell Congress.

Should D.C. Get a Seat in the House? Tell Congress.
This Week in Congress
Your Headlines, Your Issues, Your Opinions February 17, 2009
For years, the District of Columbia has pushed for a full-voting seat in the House. They currently have a Delegate who votes only in committee. Under a deal that passed out of a Senate committee, the House would be expanded by two seats, one for D.C. and one for Utah, for a new total of 437 seats in the chamber. As D.C. is expected to elect a Democrat and Utah a Republican, the partisan balance is not expected to change. Should the House of Representatives be expanded to provide a full-voting seat to D.C.? Select your initial view below for more details.
ACTION POLL: (Cast Your Vote by Sending a Message)
Support a Seat for D.C. in Congress
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Visit on Wednesday afternoon to see the first results.
29,228 messages sent.
41% Said Pursue Bipartisanship and Compromise
59% Said Stick to Your Principles, No Matter the Costs
Three Republicans vote for the bill. (How They Voted) The House passed the final version of the stimulus bill again with no GOP votes. (How They Voted)
Tell your Members of Congress how you feel about their votes by entering your ZIP code in the box at the top of the page.
ALSO: The White House released a report showing the job impact by congressional district. How many jobs will be impacted in your district? See the chart here. (PDF file)
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2 Responses to Should D.C. Get a Seat in the House? Tell Congress.

  1. NabuccoKaL says:

    Is it possible to contact administration?
    Hope for no silence
    bye bye ;))

  2. Dear NK, et Al,

    Yes, it is, concerning what? Happy holidays 🙂

    May your New Year be new all the way through 🙂


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