Committee offers Golden unique ability to deliver results for Second District. Golden: “I’m honored to fight for Maine’s working people and our soldiers, sailors, and airmen on the Armed Services Committee.”
WASHINGTON -- U.S. Congressman Jared Golden (ME-02) has been named to the House Armed Services Committee (HASC) for the 116th Congress. Golden, a Marine who served in two foreign wars, brings extensive combat and national security experience to his new post.
The bipartisan, bicameral bill continues the delegation’s fight to ensure that Maine harvesters and wormers can operate in the flats of the intertidal zone at Acadia
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senators Susan Collins and Angus King, and U.S.
WASHINGTON, DC—Today Congresswoman Chellie Pingree (D-ME) and Congressman Jared Golden (D-ME) joined over 60 fellow lawmakers in urging Democratic House leadership to make opioid response a top priority of the 116th Congress.
WASHINGTON - Today, Congressman Jared Golden (ME-02) announced the hiring of key staff members to serve in his Maine and DC offices. Golden was sworn in last week and has opened offices in Lewiston, Caribou, and Washington, D.C.
Golden cosponsors the For the People Act
WASHINGTON -- Today, Congressman Jared Golden announced his cosponsorship of HR 1, the For the People Act. The bill contains comprehensive reforms to strengthen our democracy by removing big money from politics, helping more Americans exercise their right to vote, and ensuring government officials act in the public interest.
Golden sworn in as U.S. Congressman for Maine’s Second District
WASHINGTON -- Today, Congressman Jared Golden of Lewiston became U.S. Representative for the second district of Maine upon taking the oath of office as the 116th session of Congress gets underway.
Bipartisan legislation would reopen government, ensure pay for Coast Guard and federal workers, invest in Maine’s infrastructure
WASHINGTON -- Today, Congressman Jared Golden voted for a bipartisan package of legislation that would reopen the government after a nearly two week shutdown.