Tenney elected as NY’s representative to the Republican Policy Committee
Press Release, U.S. Rep. Claudia Tenney
WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Claudia Tenney (NY-22) this week was elected unanimously as New York’s regional representative to the Republican Policy Committee.
“I’m honored to have been chosen by my colleagues in New York to represent them on the Republican Policy Committee,” Tenney said. “I look forward to working alongside them and other members of this important committee as we provide a robust platform for debate and offer commonsense, conservative solutions to the many problems facing our nation today.”
The Committee was created in 1949 as a forum for debate and to develop legislative proposals that promote commonsense conservative solutions. It also produces informational background materials for use by the House Republican Conference.
“Congresswoman Tenney will be a valuable member of the Republican Policy Committee in the 118th Congress,” said House Republican Policy Committee Chairman Gary Palmer (AL-6). “She is results-focused, and her foreign affairs knowledge will be an asset to the team as we work to develop sound policy ideas. As the elected representative of the New York region, I know she will continue advocating for matters important to her constituents.”