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Congresswoman Kat Cammack (FL-03) Statement On The Inauguration Of President-Elect Joe Biden And Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris

January 20, 2021

WASHINGTON, D.C. – This morning, Congresswoman Kat Cammack issued the following statement regarding her decision to attend Inauguration Day celebrations in-person.

"Today, I will attend the inauguration of President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris in Washington, D.C. In our Constitutional Republic, Inauguration Day is a celebration of our sacred values and principles as a country, chief among them the peaceful transfer of power from one executive to the next. As a U.S. Representative who has sworn an oath to upholding and defending our U.S. Constitution, I am proud to attend on behalf of the constituents of Florida's Third Congressional District.

"I look forward to joining my colleagues for today's events, whether they are in-person or virtual, as we usher in the next president and vice president of our great nation. I join them in the hopes that we may work with the new Biden-Harris administration in a bipartisan fashion to accomplish our shared policy objectives in the coming years. I am grateful for the work, accomplishments, and service of the Trump administration over the last four years and wish President Trump and his family the best in this new chapter.

"I'd also like to express my gratitude for the United States Capitol Police, National Guard, and other law enforcement agencies working to keep today's events safe. We are grateful for your service to our nation."


H.R. 22

January 18, 2021
How I Voted


 “Today, I voted for H.R. 22, the Congressional Budget Justification Transparency Act, because Americans should be able to easily access and understand how their hard-earned tax dollars are spent. It is unacceptable that Congress’ budget justifications are difficult to find, let alone understand. This bill will ensure Americans have straightforward and clear explanations for how the federal government spends its money. Americans deserve full transparency.”

Republican Study Committee Unveils Plan to Save Our Democracy

January 15, 2021

WASHINGTON – Today, Republican Study Committee Chairman Jim Banks (IN-03) is introducing an important new piece of legislation called the Save Democracy Act. This legislation has received the formal backing of the Republican Study Committee and addresses one of the top issue areas Chairman Banks has prioritized for the 117th Congress: Restoring Trust in Elections. Please find a statement below:

“The Republican Study Committee formally endorses the Save Democracy Act that would ensure free and fair federal elections in 2022, 2024 and the years to come. It is our duty to protect and uphold the democratic process and restore public trust in our election system.”

Chairman Jim Banks said: “This bill will restore the public’s trust that their vote is counted and their voice is heard.”

Rep. Kat Cammack said: “The Save Democracy Act will improve security and administration measures to protect the integrity of our electoral system. The 2020 presidential election revealed glaring weaknesses that must be addressed and this bill will take the necessary steps to make sure Americans have confidence in their sacred right to vote.”