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Committee on House Administration Republicans Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-IL-13)
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Two principal oversight functions: federal elections and day-to-day House operations.

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After conversations w/ USCP and National Guard leadership, Ranking Member Davis released this statement on sleeping acco...
01/22/2021

After conversations w/ USCP and National Guard leadership, Ranking Member Davis released this statement on sleeping accommodations for the National Guard protecting our Capitol ⬇️

After conversations w/ USCP and National Guard leadership, Ranking Member Davis released this statement on sleeping accommodations for the National Guard protecting our Capitol ⬇️

Ranking Member Rodney Davis releases statement commending the heroic actions of law enforcement and calling for a review...
01/07/2021

Ranking Member Rodney Davis releases statement commending the heroic actions of law enforcement and calling for a review after the U.S. Capitol was attacked.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
12/25/2020

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

It’s not just the big hair and glasses that shouldn’t come back in style from 1985, neither should Democrats’ efforts to...
12/18/2020
When Democrats Stole a Congressional Seat in Indiana's Bloody Eighth

It’s not just the big hair and glasses that shouldn’t come back in style from 1985, neither should Democrats’ efforts to overturn a congressional seat. The House should not repeat Indiana's ‘Bloody Eighth’ in #IA02. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIJ1uJWIPkw&t=3s

In 1985, Democrats stole a congressional seat in Indiana's Eighth Congressional District by overturning the results using a partisan, inconsistent process. I...

12/18/2020
Indiana's Bloody Eighth

It’s not just the big hair and glasses that shouldn’t come back in style from 1985, neither should Democrats’ efforts to overturn a congressional seat. The House should not repeat Indiana's ‘Bloody Eighth’ in #IA02.

ICYMI: Davis, Gabbard Op-Ed Calls For Ending Ballot Harvesting Nationwide ➡️ https://republicans-cha.house.gov/media/pre...
10/16/2020
ICYMI: Davis, Gabbard Op-Ed Calls for Ending Ballot Harvesting Nationwide

ICYMI: Davis, Gabbard Op-Ed Calls For Ending Ballot Harvesting Nationwide ➡️ https://republicans-cha.house.gov/media/press-releases/icymi-davis-gabbard-op-ed-calls-ending-ballot-harvesting-nationwide

WASHINGTON – Committee on House Administration Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) and U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) published a recent op-ed in Newsweek calling for the end of ballot harvesting to protect the integrity of our elections. Their op-ed follows the introduction of their bipartis...

10/01/2020
Davis Speaks Against Heroes 2.0

Not only does it federalize elections, but Democrats are trying to change the rules 33 days before the election & after more than a million have voted. Heroes 2.0 isn't about helping those impacted by the pandemic, it's about furthering their attempts to takeover our elections.

"As I noted during today's hearing, this important work to improve the House wouldn't have been possible without the str...
09/24/2020
Davis Applauds Passage of Modernization Committee’s Final Recommendations, Encourages House Admin to Begin Consideration

"As I noted during today's hearing, this important work to improve the House wouldn't have been possible without the strong, bipartisan leadership of Chairman Derek Kilmer and Vice Chairman Tom Graves and I'm proud to have been part of it," said Davis. "Many of the recommendations are focused on professionalizing the House, making this institution work better for Members so they can best serve their constituents, and driving the House’s information technology to the next level. I'm looking forward to the final report being made public in the coming days and I hope Chairperson Lofgren and I can follow the select committee's lead and work in a bipartisan way to make these recommendations a reality."

WASHINGTON – Committee on House Administration Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) today applauded the bipartisan passage of the Select Committee on the Modernization of Congress' final set of recommendations and encouraged the Committee on House Administration to begin consideration of the recom...

Remembering every hero and life lost on this day 19 years ago. #NeverForget
09/11/2020

Remembering every hero and life lost on this day 19 years ago. #NeverForget

ICYMI ➡️ Ranking Member Davis Hosts First Virtual Election Roundtable With Election Officials From Illinois
08/13/2020
Ranking Member Davis Hosts First Virtual Election Roundtable With Election Officials from Illinois

ICYMI ➡️ Ranking Member Davis Hosts First Virtual Election Roundtable With Election Officials From Illinois

TAYLORVILLE, IL – Committee on House Administration Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) today hosted the first virtual election roundtable in a series titled “Administering Safe Elections During a Pandemic.” Davis heard from state and local election officials about issues they are seeing and ...

ICYMI ➡️ “Our state and local election administrators are facing unprecedented challenges ahead of this election,” said ...
08/11/2020
Ranking Member Davis to Host Virtual Election Roundtables With Administrators Across the Country

ICYMI ➡️ “Our state and local election administrators are facing unprecedented challenges ahead of this election,” said Davis. “Ensuring they have the resources and best practices in place to hold safe, successful elections is a critical part of this committee’s oversight role. We’ve seen a significant number of voters disenfranchised and election security compromised when jurisdictions close polling places or rush to expand vote by mail without the proper mechanisms in place to prevent major issues from occurring. Unfortunately, the Democrat majority has refused to listen to those who actually run elections. These roundtables will give a voice to those who run elections while working to help them address any issues we’ve seen during recent primaries.”

WASHINGTON – Committee on House Administration Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) today announced he will host virtual election roundtables titled “Administering Safe Elections During a Pandemic” across the country as part of the committee’s oversight role. Davis has invited state and loca...

08/10/2020
Help America Vote: Be a Poll Worker

Most poll workers are over the age of 60 and because of the pandemic, it's imperative that we recruit a new generation of poll workers for the fall.

Are you interested in helping America vote? September 1, 2020 is National Poll Worker Recruitment Day, visit www.helpamericavote.gov for more information. #HelpAmericaVote
#PollWorkers #ElectionWorkers

Ranking Member Rodney Davis and 10 other Republican House members introduce the EASE Act to help states safely hold elec...
08/03/2020
House Republicans Introduce Emergency Assistance for Safe Elections Act

Ranking Member Rodney Davis and 10 other Republican House members introduce the EASE Act to help states safely hold elections this November.

✅ 59% prefer of people to still vote in person. The EASE Act helps Americans be able to safely vote in person in November.
✅ Helping states and localities recruit a new generation of poll workers.
✅ Reduces opportunities for fraud with mail-in voting by cleaning states' voter rolls.
✅ Works to secure non-voting technology used by states.
✅ Bans the act of ballot harvesting.

WASHINGTON – Committee on House Administration Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) and several House Republicans introduced the Emergency Assistance for Safe Elections (EASE) Act to help states ensure those who want to vote in person can do so safely and make mail-in voting more secure by cleanin...

Ranking Member Davis ➡️ "Under Democrats’ control, this committee has seemed to forget one of its core responsibilities ...
07/23/2020
Ranking Member Davis Sends Ten Oversight Election Letters to Problematic Localities

Ranking Member Davis ➡️ "Under Democrats’ control, this committee has seemed to forget one of its core responsibilities and that’s oversight of federal elections. It’s not passing sweeping legislation to federalize our elections, it’s providing oversight of states and localities who run our elections. Today, Republicans on this committee are exercising this important oversight role by engaging with localities where we saw significant issues in recent primaries and where the risk of disenfranchising voters is great if changes are not made before November. States and local election officials are moving quickly to adapt to running elections during the middle of a pandemic and I want to make sure we are providing them the help and guidance they need to run a successful election this fall.”

WASHINGTON – Committee on House Administration Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) today exercised the committee’s oversight role of federal elections by seeking to engage with localities where significant issues occurred during recent primaries and where voters are likely to face significant h...

The question is not whether or not the House can vote remotely, but whether or not it should. Davis and Gingrich will fo...
07/16/2020
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich to Testify at Remote Voting Hearing

The question is not whether or not the House can vote remotely, but whether or not it should. Davis and Gingrich will focus on the lasting impact remote voting could have on this institution.

WASHINGTON – Committee on House Administration Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) today announced that former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich will be the Republican witness at Friday’s hearing examining remote voting in the House. Gingrich will provide an historical perspective on changing ...

ICYMI ➡️ “Making these reports publicly accessible keeps our commitment to transparency and allows the hard work of the ...
07/15/2020
Davis announces Select Committee reports on modernizing Congress made publicly available - Ripon Advance

ICYMI ➡️ “Making these reports publicly accessible keeps our commitment to transparency and allows the hard work of the Select Committee to continue beyond this Congress,” said Rep. Davis, who is ranking member of the U.S. House Administration Committee.

Congressional reports issued by the bipartisan U.S. House Select Committee on the Modernization of Congress regarding its ongoing work are now publicly available, according to U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-IL). “Making these reports publicly accessible keeps our commitment to transparency Read more...

House Administration and Modernization Committee today publicized reports to improve congress. The recs include ways to ...
07/10/2020
House Administration and Modernization Committees Publicize Reports to Improve Congress

House Administration and Modernization Committee today publicized reports to improve congress. The recs include ways to increase transparency, boost technology capabilities, reform human resources, improve accessibility, & include efforts to build bipartisanship throughout the House.

Committee on House Administration Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) and Chairperson Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) and Select Committee on the Modernization of Congress Chair Derek Kilmer (D-Wash.) and Vice Chair Tom Graves (R-Ga.) announced that the congressional reports from the Select Committee’s on...

Democrats are renewing their efforts to federalize our elections before November. Read why this is a bad idea here.
07/08/2020
Davis Statement on Democrats’ Renewed Effort to Federalize Elections Before November

Democrats are renewing their efforts to federalize our elections before November. Read why this is a bad idea here.

WASHINGTON - Committee on House Administration Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) today released this statement after Democrats renewed their efforts to federalize elections before November with the recent introduction of H.R. 7427. “Local election administrators are overwhelmed preparing for No...

Ranking Member Davis discusses protecting election integrity this November ⬇️
07/06/2020
Protecting Election Integrity in November 2020

Ranking Member Davis discusses protecting election integrity this November ⬇️

WASHINGTON – The Committee on House Administration Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) joined The Hill's Editor-at-Large Steve Clemons to discuss protecting the integrity of our elections during a pandemic. During the interview, Davis explains the difference between states that mail every single ...

Ahead of Independence Day, Ranking Member Davis discusses the importance of the Counting All Military Votes Act included...
07/03/2020
Celebrating our freedoms and counting all military votes this November

Ahead of Independence Day, Ranking Member Davis discusses the importance of the Counting All Military Votes Act included in the #NDAA 🇺🇸

As we celebrate the Fourth of July with family and friends this weekend, let’s remember our military members serving overseas and give thanks for the work they do each and every day to protect our freedoms.

06/30/2020
Lincoln Network

ICYMI: Ranking Member Davis discussed election security issues and the challenges states face administering elections during a pandemic.

Join us as Rep. Rodney Davis of Illinois discusses the findings of his oversight and shares his recommendations for protecting the integrity of U.S. elections with Dan Lips, our Director of National and Cyber Security.

“I thank Caroline for her years of service and commitment to protecting Americans’ First Amendment rights,” said Davis. ...
06/29/2020
Davis Statement on Resignation of FEC Commissioner Caroline Hunter

“I thank Caroline for her years of service and commitment to protecting Americans’ First Amendment rights,” said Davis. “The FEC is critical to enforcing our country’s campaign finance laws and to providing transparency to our nation’s elections; I can say without a doubt that Caroline contributed immensely to that mission.

“Ensuring the Commission has the ability to address cases before them, in a fair and open process, needs to be a top priority. However, I believe one Commissioner, who has served over a decade past her term, and frequently uses her position to speak on issues unrelated to the jurisdiction of the FEC, continues to pose a risk to that ability. Her continued presence on the commission has clearly become a toxic one and is impacting the ability of the FEC to function, which is a disservice to the American people.

“I commend the Senate for confirming Commissioner Trainor and hope Senator Schumer will work with Leader McConnell to confirm a full slate of new commissioners before the November election, including for commissioners who are past their term.”

WASHINGTON – The Committee on House Administration Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) today released this statement on the resignation of Federal Elections Commissioner Caroline Hunter. Her resignation means there is no longer a quorum and the commission cannot rule on cases. “I thank Caroline...

Thank you to HASC members Mike Turner and Rep. Jason Crow for submitting the Counting All Military Votes Act 🇺🇸 as a #FY...
06/25/2020
Davis, Turner, & Crow Work to Protect Servicemembers’ Right to Vote in NDAA

Thank you to HASC members Mike Turner and Rep. Jason Crow for submitting the Counting All Military Votes Act 🇺🇸 as a #FY21NDAA amendment to protect the voices of all our military members serving overseas by ensuring their ballots are received on time.

WASHINGTON – The Committee on House Administration Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) applauds House Armed Services Committee (HASC) members, U.S. Reps. Mike Turner (R-Ohio) and Jason Crow (D-Colo.), for submitting the Counting All Military Votes Act as an amendment to the National Defense Autho...

“In the limited time remaining in the 116th Congress, there are many important issues that Congress needs to address. We...
06/15/2020
House GOPers Say Pelosi Has No Plan to Bring House Back Safely as Rest of America Returns to Work

“In the limited time remaining in the 116th Congress, there are many important issues that Congress needs to address. We should not be wasting time by making it more difficult for members to do their jobs and should catch up with the rest of the country in a safe physical reopening of the House of Representatives. We therefore ask that you immediately expedite the roll-out of support assistance to offices, making it possible for staff and members to work in a safe environment,” they wrote.

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has no plan to bring the lower chamber of Congress back ...

"Despite what we heard here today and even more reports of voters being disenfranchised in primaries across the country ...
06/12/2020
Davis Statement on Impact of COVID-19 on Elections

"Despite what we heard here today and even more reports of voters being disenfranchised in primaries across the country where states moved too quickly to expand mail-in voting, Democrats on this committee and in the House continue to support federalizing our elections and mandating vote by mail, whether a state is prepared or not," said Davis. "Unfortunately, the majority refuses to talk about these problems, but voter confusion is real, polling consolidation leading to long lines is real, ballots not being received or signed is real, multiple live ballots being sent to the wrong address is real, and many other issues that risk disenfranchising voters when a state is not prepared to expand vote by mail are real. It's time for the majority to join the real world and abandon the push for H.R. 1. Instead, we should do everything we can to help states develop their own system between now and November that ensures every person can safely vote."

WASHINGTON - Committee on House Administration Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) today released this statement following a Subcommittee on Elections hearing titled, "The Impact Of COVID-19 On Voting Rights And Election Administration: Ensuring Safe And Fair Elections." "Despite what we heard here...

06/10/2020
Vote-By-Mail Q&A with Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman

Expanding vote by mail can't be implemented overnight like many Democrats in Congress would have Americans believe. It takes time, training, and significant funding investments to get it right. If all the problems we're seeing in primaries across the country don't prove it, listen to Washington's Secretary of State Kim Wyman. Washington now has a successful, secure vote by mail process, but it took decades for her state to implement.

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