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Davis Meets with President Biden at White House to Discuss Infrastructure Legislation

Yesterday, U.S. Representative Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) met with President Biden, Vice President Harris, Transportation Secretary Buttigieg, and a bipartisan group of House lawmakers to discuss the need to invest in America’s infrastructure. “I’d like to thank President Biden for his invitation to the White House to discuss investing in Amer...

Davis Statement on House Democrats’ Passage of Partisan Elections Bill

U.S. Representative Rodney Davis (R-Ill.), who also serves as the Committee on House Administration Ranking Member, released the following statement after House Democrats passed H.R. 1: “Every single Republican lawmaker stood with the American people tonight and voted against this bill that means fewer freedoms for them and more money for...

Davis Re-introduces Legislation to Designate Springfield Race Riot Site as a National Historic Monument

Last week, on February 26, the 152nd anniversary of the passing of the 15th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in Congress, which granted African American men the right to vote, U.S. Representative Rodney Davis (R-IL) re-introduced legislation, H.R. 1407, to designate the 1908 Springfield Race Riot Site as a National Historic Monument of ...

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Got to see my friend Zander Doan and others from the 233rd and 333rd Military Police Companies and 1744th Transportation Company in DC a few nights ago. I’m thankful for their service to our country.

Late last night, House Democrats rammed through H.R. 1, a partisan elections bill. I voted no. If H.R. 1 is signed into law, members of Congress will receive money from the federal government to run their campaigns, Americans’ First Amendment right to free speech will be greatly diminished, and election decisions will be taken from state and local officials and given to the federal government. H.R. 1 is not for the people, it’s for the politicians. You can read my full statement and details on the legislation below:

For 106 years, the men and women of the U.S. Navy Reserve have answered the call to defend our nation on the seas across the globe. Thank you all for your service. Happy birthday, Navy Reserve!

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