Joining the Problem Solvers Caucus

Empowering common sense solutions both parties can agree on

Partisan legislation is a waste of everyone's time and destabilizes our nation. Parties will hail passing their partisan package as a big win, but when the scales of power shift, the opposing party sets about undoing everything. It happened to Obamacare, and it's happening now with Trump's tax cuts.

The most impactful legislation in American history has all been bipartisan. From the Constitution itself, to the Civil Rights Act, the legislation that has stuck around and made a difference came from two parties compromising in the name of progress. 

In today's political climate of division, bipartisanship is more important than ever. That's why I'll never introduce a piece of legislation unless it has a democrat cosponsor, and that's why I'm joining the fully bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus as soon as they'll have me. Below is a description of their ideals, which closely mirror my own. 

The Problem Solvers Caucus is a bipartisan group in the United States House of Representatives that includes 58 members, equally divided between Democrats and Republicans, who seek to foster bipartisan cooperation on key policy issues.

If you know a free-thinking dem who will join with me, please send them my way.