MI US House Representatives & Senate: stance on independent investigation of Trump/Russia Ties
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DistrictRepresentativePartyStanceTwitterPhoneResponse upon callingComment from NYT article
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1stJack BergmanR"He said he “shared concerns that have been expressed on both sides of the aisle about the timing of Director Comey’s dismissal"... but "I trust that the Administration will be diligent in selecting a new Director of the FBI.”@RepJackBergman231-944-7633 (Traverse City), 906-273-2227 (Marquette)
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2ndBill HuizengaRNo mention of his stance online.@RepHuizenga616-570-0917 (Grandville), 616-414-5516 (Grand Haven)Staff says he did an interview this morning on WHTC where he goes into it. I've yet to find it. I wrote the station and asked when it would be posted.... http://whtc.com/contact-us/
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3rdJustin AmashRBecomes second Republican to sign on to the bill asking for an independent Russia investigation.@justinamash269-205-3823 (Battle Creek), 616-451-8383 (Grand Rapids)
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4thJohn MoolenaarRNo mention of his stance online.@RepMoolenaar231-942-5070 (Cadillac), 989-631-2552 (Midland)Staff in Midland office says he has not made a comment one way of the other.
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5thDan KildeeDsupports@dankildee“we need an independent & bipartisan investigation”
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6thFred UptonR"I remain hopeful that the existing bipartisan Congressional committees in the House and Senate can find answers for the many questions. If need be, I would support a special prosecutor at the appropriate time. We must continue to follow the facts wherever they lead.”@RepFredUpton269-385-0039 (Kalamazoo), 269-982-1986 (St. Joseph)not privy to the justification nor the details behind the firing”
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7thTim WalbergRNo mention of his stance online.@RepWalberg517-780-9075 (Jackson)He said, through a staff person in his office, this is being handled in a bi partisan effective manner already. He does not see a need for an independent investigation.
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8thMike BishopRSidestepped question in statement. "Moving forward, Congressman Bishop wants to ensure the next director can lead with the integrity and confidence this top-notch agency is known for. There is no place for politics at the FBI.”@MikeBishopMI810-227-8600 (Brighton)
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9thSander LevinDsupports@repsandylevin“shocking action”
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10thPaul MitchellR“There are four separate bipartisan committees conducting their own investigations into potential ties with Russia,” Mitchell said. “These investigations must and will continue regardless of Comey’s dismissal, and we must allow them to conclude before making conjectures about what may have transpired.”@RepPaulMitchell586-997-5010 (Shelby Township)
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11thDavid TrottRNo mention of his stance online.@RepDaveTrott248-528-0711 (Troy)Staff says he's yet to make a public statement.
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12thDebbie DingellDsupports@RepDebDingell“need for a truly independent investigation and a special prosecutor”
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13thJohn ConyersDsupports@RepJohnConyersmust have an independent, non-partisan commission”
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14thBrenda LawrenceDsupports@RepLawrence“we need an independent commission”
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SenatorDebbie StabenowDsupports@Stabenow“a potential threat to our national security”
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SenatorGary PetersDsupports@SenGaryPetersthe firing is “latest in long list of reasons why
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