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.
Philadelphia, PA - 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.
"Hillary has always been a champion for women," said Congresswoman Matsui. "I know that as President she will continue to fight for an economic agenda that supports women and working families. It will be an incredible honor to stand with Leader Pelosi and the Democratic Women of the House in support of Hillary Clinton's historic candidacy on Tuesday."
From The Hill, April 27, 2016
On Tuesday, Congresswoman Doris Matsui and Congressman Billy Long introduced a bill intended to improve cybersecurity at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
The bill comes in response to an August report by the House Energy and Commerce committee that found “pervasive and persistent deficiencies across HHS and its operating divisions’ information security programs.
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Sacramento, CA -- Today, U.S. Representative Doris Matsui announced she will stand for re-election to represent the people in California’s 6th Congressional District.
“Over the years, I have been honored with your overwhelming support and it has been my privilege to serve the people in the Sacramento region,” said Rep. Matsui. “But as we build on what we’ve accomplished, I realize that our work is not yet done.”
On August 27th, I joined local electeds and the Acting Federal Transit Administrator, Therese McMillan, to celebrate the opening of an extension on Sacramento's Regional Transit Light Rail Blue Line. The light rail to Cosumnes River College means less traffic on the freeways!
Twenty-two years ago on May 20, 1993, President Bill Clinton signed the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NRVA), also known as The Motor Voter Act, into law. It was passed following a period of low voter turnout in federal elections. The primary purpose of the Act was to increase the number of citizens registered to vote.
Posted by Naomi Rothwell on December 17, 2014 at 3:14 PM
As this year comes to a close, I hope you are able to spend time with family and friends. My grandchildren, Anna and Robby, have grown in every way possible this year and have taken on many new challenges. With their fresh view of the world, I am reminded how they allow us to see the joy of the holiday season through their eyes. It is a very special way to embrace this wonderful time of year.
And as we always say, let us cherish what is most important in our lives... our family, our friends, and the blessing of everyday life.
With the warmest holiday wishes,
Doris, Brian, Amy, Anna and Robby
Congresswoman Doris Matsui was thrilled to join Secretary Hillary Clinton, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and other inspirational women in San Francisco for the DCCC's Ultimate Women's Power Luncheon. Congresswoman Matsui introduced Carole King and spoke with amazing Democratic women at the event, hosted at the Fairmont Hotel.
Vote Yes on Water Bond
Posted by Matsui for Congress on September 24, 2014 at 6:38 AM
This November, Congresswoman Matsui hope you’ll vote to approve a $7.5 billion water bond to invest in local water supplies and safe drinking water for all Californians. Our state has been dealing with a severe three-year drought and this crisis will only get worse if we do not act. We need smart, creative solutions to invest in sustainable water projects.
In January, Congresswoman Matsui got involved to make sure California's Employment Development Department (EDD) gave better service to Californians. No one should have to wait for their unemployment benefits to kick in.