Republican Representative Brian Fitzpatrick propose new legislation H.R.1612 in the House

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Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R)
Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R)

New bill introduced: To ensure election security, enhance Americans’ access to the ballot box, reduce the influence of big money in politics through transparency, establish accountability and integrity measures for Congress, and strengthen ethics rules for public servants, and for other purposes.

Republican Representative Brian Fitzpatrick from the state of PA, without any cosponsors, introduced bill H.R.1612 on Mar 07, 2019.

There are currently no amendments.

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Brian Fitzpatrick Information

Brian Fitzpatrick was born on a 1973 in Levittown.

Brian Fitzpatrick has held a number of positions, including United States representative, law clerk and special agent.

Brian Fitzpatrick’s Work in Congress

  • Served as Representative for PA (district 1) from Jan 2019 to Jan 2021 in the House 116th congress. He voted along party lines 77.71 percent of the time. He served on the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. During this period Brian Fitzpatrick missed 0% of the votes, sponsored 15 bills, cosponsored 277 bills.
  • Served as Representative for PA (district 8) from Jan 2017 to Jan 2019 in the House 115th congress. He voted along party lines 81.46 percent of the time. He served on the Committee on Foreign Affairs, the Committee on Homeland Security and the Committee on Small Business. During this period Brian Fitzpatrick missed 0.33% of the votes, sponsored 32 bills, cosponsored 554 bills.
Picture of Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R)
Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R)

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