When members of Congress go home, it's no vacation.
Today, Neil Gorsuch was confirmed as Associate Justice to the Supreme Court by a 54-45 vote.
In an effort to reach Hispanic voters in key Senate and House races, the U.S. Chamber went up with three new ads in Spanish featuring Jeb Bush.
Elections have consequences. The leaders we select to send to Washington and to state capitals will directly drive the policies that impact our lives and our businesses and help or hamper our economy and job creation. This is our chance to have a say in the kind of government we want and that our country needs—let’s take it.
With 471 members of Congress -- including the entire House of Representatives – and governors in 36 states on the ballot this November, it is critical that all Americans make their voices heard, either on Election Day or by voting early.
There were a lot of great stories on the May 20 primaries. This Washington Post story by Tom Hamburger summarizes the Chamber’s activities.
Following David Jolly’s victory in the special election in Florida’s 13th district, there’s been a lot of chatter about what the results mean. Is it a national barometer for races to come? Is this race a bellwether for candidates that supported Obamacare? It’s hard to say this early in the cycle, but supporters of free enterprise should be encouraged.