Congresswoman Doris Matsui has been the U.S. Representative for California’s 6th Congressional District since 2005. As a Member of Congress, Doris works to ensure that the voices of her district’s constituents are heard in Congress, and fights for the needs of the Sacramento region.
She represents the issues that are important to all in the region, including creating jobs, improving economic security for working families, ensuring access to affordable, quality health care and education, supporting our seniors,
and improving the Sacramento region’s flood protection and transportation infrastructure.
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Congresswoman Doris Matsui's works for the people of California’s 6th Congressional District. She focuses on issues such as creating jobs, ensuring access to high quality health care, preserving Social Security and Medicare, bringing our troops home, funding our schools, and responding to climate change.
Sacramento, CA -- Today, Matsui for Congress began airing its first television and online digital ad as U.S. Representative Doris Matsui seeks re-election to represent the people in California’s 6th Congressional District.Read More
“Hillary Clinton’s plan for a National Service Reserve demonstrates her commitment to our next generation of leaders. Since the creation of AmeriCorps 20 years ago...I have seen how it has positively shaped communities. Hillary’s plan to significantly expand AmeriCorps will give more young people the opportunity to serve and carry on the spirit of service.” – Congresswoman Doris MatsuiRead More
The Democratic National Convention Committee has announced that Congresswoman Doris Matsui will join House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, and the Democratic Women of the House, to address the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, July 26.Read More