( August 16, 2011) Washington, DC – Today, Rep. Charles Gonzalez (TX-20), Ranking Member of the House Subcommittee on Elections, made public a letter he wrote to the Federal Elections Commission and Department of Justice calling for an investigation of the anonymous donation of $1,000,000 to a so-called “Super PAC” supporting presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Rep.
July 26, 2011 (Washington, DC): House Administration Ranking Member Robert A.
Below is a copy of Mr. Brady’s statement for the record on the Legislative branch appropriations bill to be considered later this evening.
GONZALEZ BLASTS EFFORTS BY SEVERAL STATES TO RESTRICT VOTER ACCESS
Expanded Voter ID requirements would disfranchise minorities, seniors, students and low‑income Americans
HOUSE DEMOCRATS DEFEAT EAC TERMINATION BILL
HR 672 would end vital election support resources and threaten the integrity of U.S. Elections
Washington, DC (May 24, 2011): Elections Subcommittee Ranking Member Charles A. Gonzalez (D-TX) has introduced H.R. 1937, the EAC Improvements Act of 2011. The legislation is designed to improve the Election Assistance Commission, the only federal agency in history focused on election management. H.R.
Washington, DC (May 18, 2011): Democratic Members of the Committee on House Administration continued to demand information about the House Republican’s contract to defend the Defense of Marriage Act. The contract, granted to the Bancroft firm, was issued to support the firm’s engagement as outside Counsel to defend the Defense of Marriage Act after the King & Spalding firm
U.S. Public Printer Testifies Before Committee on House Administration
William J. Boarman outlines recent accomplishments and future plans for Government Printing Office
Washington, DC (April 26, 2011): House Administration Committee Ranking Member Robert A. Brady, joined with fellow Democratic Committee Members Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) and Charles A.
Washington, DC (April 21, 2011): House Administration Committee Ranking Member Robert A. Brady praised efforts by Congressman Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) to challenge FEC regulations that undermine campaign disclosure requirements.