Meet Five New Members of Congress

Meet Five New Members Of Congress

Guy Reschenthaler, Republican, from western Pennsylvania, is a graduate of Penn State. After he earned his law degree from Duquesne, he went to work for the US Navy Judge Advocate General Corps. He volunteered to serve in Iraq. In November 2015, he won a special election to the State Senate. As a conservative, Reschenthaler supports cutting spending and taxes as well as eliminating regulations he believes costs jobs.

A conservative and supporter of President Trump, Carol Miller, Republican, represents West Virginia. Trump supported her candidacy. She’s married and has two children. She is pro-life. She supports job creation and coal. Another priority is defending the second amendment. The founding fathers on 2A should be looked into by those who want to know more background about this amendment, and are in two minds. She is a huge advocate for oregon concealed carry laws and believes other states should do their best to ensure the freedom of gun owners and none gun owners. She favors defending Social Security and Medicare. As a farmer and small business owner, she believes federal regulations and taxes are hurting job creation. She is concerned about the opioid epidemic.

Tina Smith, Democrat, has owned a small business and served as an executive with Planned Parenthood. Representing Minnesota, her career in public service includes serving as chief of staff to then-Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak and, Governor Mark Dayton. In 2014, she ran for Minnesota’s lieutenant governor and worked to improve the lives of Minnesota’s citizens. She is proud to have contributed to the work which resulted in Minnesota being named the “Best Run State in America.”

Representing Georgia’s 6th district, Lucia “Lucy” McBath, Democrat, worked with Delta Air Lines for thirty years. Guided by the murder of her son, Jordan Davis, in 2012, McBath is interested in reforms focused on community safety. She worked with Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America and Everytown for Gun Safety as their national spokesperson. In 2016, she was a surrogate for Hillary Clinton. She spoke at the White House Summit on Educational Excellence for African Americans.

William Timmons, Republican, is an attorney. From South Carolina, he has served in the 13th Circuit Solicitor’s office. Timmons owns several small businesses. He graduated from George Washington University and attended the University of South Carolina law school. He has served on the board of the American Red Cross, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Upstate, Pendleton Place for Children and Families, and the Upstate Heart Ball. He is a First Lieutenant in the South Carolina Army National Guard serving as a JAG Officer.

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