Representative Joseph 'Joe' R. Pitts's Public Statements

Biographical

Full Name: Joseph 'Joe' R. Pitts
Current Office: U.S. House - District 16, Republican
First Elected: 11/05/1996
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. House - District 16
General Nov. 4, 2014
Primary May 20, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Virginia; 3 Children: Karen, Carol, Daniel
Birth Date: 10/10/1939
Birth Place: Lexington, KY
Home City: Kennett Square, PA
Religion: Protestant
Issue Category
Keyword Search
3/26/14 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Highlight Human Rights in Saudi Arabia 2/21/14 Russian Reset 1/10/14 Pitts and Fleming on Justice Decision on Utah Marriages 12/19/13 Burma 9/24/13 Congressmen Pitts and Gerlach Speak Out on Coatesville School District Text Messages 7/18/13 Egypt 6/12/13 Freedom of Conscience 4/18/13 Letter to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry - U.S.-Colombia Policy 3/05/13 Chen Guangcheng 1/22/13 Pitts and Lee Lead Bipartisan Resolution Marking 150th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation 1/18/13 150 Years of the Emancipation Proclamation 12/06/12 Keeping the Internet Free 6/19/12 China's One-Child Policy 2/29/12 Pastor Youcef 2/10/12 Upton, Pitts Statement on Religious Freedom 10/21/11 A Less than Transparent Administration 3/22/11 Letter to the Honorable Barack H. Obama, President of the United States 1/28/11 Pitts on Attack of Gay Rights Activist in Uganda 9/17/10 New Bipartisan, Bicameral Bills Seek To Spotlight and Curb Inhumane Conditions In Foreign Prisons 9/16/10 New Bipartisan, Bicameral Bills Seek To Spotlight And Curb Inhumane Conditions In Foreign Prisons 12/08/09 Rep. Pitts Joins Bipartisan Call For U.S. Support Of Western Sahara Human Rights Activist Aminatou Haidar 6/04/09 Voter Intimidation 12/16/08 Rep. Pitts Opposes Government Censorship Of Media 9/23/08 Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission Establishment Resolution 6/12/08 Atrocities in Burma 8/24/07 Standing Up for Human Rights 1/19/07 The Friday Faxline (Issue 491, January 19, 2007) 12/07/06 Congressman Pitts Hails Report on North Korean Humanitarian Crisis 11/24/06 The Friday Faxline (Issue 484, November 24, 2006) 4/21/06 Standing with the Oppressed 3/09/06 Wireless Privacy Amendment 11/16/05 Expressing Sense of House that Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Infringed on Parental Rights 10/25/05 Rosa Parks 9/14/05 Rep. Pitts Criticizes Pledge Decision 6/08/05 Decisive Action Needed on Darfur 3/03/05 Rep. Pitts: Congress must show leadership on wireless directory 3/02/05 Job Training Improvement Act of 2005 2/15/05 Cuban Government should Free Dr. Biscet 9/16/04 Rep. Pitts Welcomes 411 Inquiry From Telecom Leaders 8/13/04 The Friday Faxline 7/08/04 Debate on House Floor over Pitts Anti-Torture Amendment to H.R. 4754 7/02/04 Rep. Pitts: Call a Spade, a Spade - Sudan Atrocities are Genocide 1/01/11 Issue Position: Human Rights