The Congressional Fire Services Caucus is one of the largest caucuses in Congress. Founded by former Congressman Curt Weldon in 1987, the Caucus unites Republicans and Democrats in support of fire service legislation that benefit all first responders. Becoming a member does not require taking positions on legislation; rather Caucus members are asked to pledge support in a way that best benefits fire departments in their respective Congressional Districts.
Virginia has 11 members of Congress and 2 Senators.
The following members of Congress are members of the Fire Caucus. Is your representative listed?
Let’s get to work and contact them and ask that they join the Caucus.
Follow this link for a sample letter for you member of Congress and much more information related to the Congressional Fire Caucus.
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