Note from Congressman Wittman: Friends, Given the President signaled a clear willingness to work with Democrats on infrastructure, I’ve asked Speaker Pelosi to consider both investments in broadband and policies that encourage investment in any future legislation that the House Continue reading Wittman’s Letter to Speaker Pelosi on Broadband
VPAP published this visual, which describes absentee voting trends in VA-01 by age group for 2017 and 2018. The graphic shows that most absentee voters are in the age group 41-60 years old. VPAP also published this visual, which shows Continue reading Absentee Voting Trends in VA-01
“The House has done our job. We passed a funding bill that not only kept our government open, but provided the necessary appropriations to keep our nation safe. This situation was completely avoidable, and it all stems back to a Continue reading Rob Wittman’s Statement on the Government Shutdown
The Virginia Board of Elections voted unanimously Friday to assess a $500 civil fine against a former chairman of the Prince William County Democratic Committee in connection with campaign activity local Republicans say was intended to affect the outcome of Continue reading Prince William County Democrat Leader Guilty
WASHINGTON – Congressman Rob Wittman (VA-1), Chairman of the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Seapower and Projection Forces, released this statement following Secretary of Defense General James Mattis’ retirement announcement. “General Mattis is a man of utmost character. He has been Continue reading Wittman Thanks Secretary Mattis for His Service
Congressman Wittman stated the following after President Trump’s announcement he was pulling troops out of Syria and Afghanistan. “At this time last month, I was in Afghanistan visiting our brave servicemembers and meeting with senior military and diplomatic leaders in Continue reading Wittman Opposes Troop Withdrawl
Today Congressman Wittman voted for border security. He released the following statement: “Yet again we find ourselves budgeting by crisis. We should not be funding our government through continuing resolutions (CRs) – they are a short-term solution to a long-term Continue reading Wittman Votes for Border Security
Mark Daniel, the Chairman of the New Kent County Republican Committee was elected to the 2-year Congressional seat at the December 1st meeting. Congratulations!
On December 1, 2018 the 1st Congressional District Committee passed a resolution honoring Mr. Bill Kling, who contributed a lifetime of service to the Republican Party through his volunteer leadership. Bill passed away in November, 2018. The full text of Continue reading Resolution Honoring Bill Kling
Congressman Rob Wittman won re-election on November 6th with 55% of the vote over his opponent’s 45% of the vote. Rob sent out a post election note, which is quoted below. Congratulations, Rob and we are proud to have you Continue reading Wittman Wins Another Term!