Representative Jack Kingston's Public Statements

Biographical

Full Name: Jack Kingston
Current Office: U.S. House - District 1, Republican
First Elected: 11/03/1992
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Libby; 4 Children
Birth Date: 04/24/1955
Birth Place: Bryan, TX
Home City: Savannah, GA
Religion: Episcopalian
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7/11/14 Letter to Gina McCarthy, Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - EPA Ruling to Garnish Americans' Paychecks 5/22/14 Congressman Kingston Opposes Half-Measures on Surveillance 5/02/14 Congressman Kingston Supports a Select Committee on Benghazi 10/17/13 E-Newsletter: Debt Limit 'Deal' Fails to Address Spending 10/16/13 CNN "Piers Morgan Live" - Transcript: Last-Minute Deal to Reopen Government, Raise Debt Ceiling Passes Senate 10/16/13 Kingston Opposes Senate Debt Limit "Deal' 10/15/13 Kingston Takes Lead on Legislation to Bring Federal Employees Back to Work 10/08/13 Excepted Employees' Pay Continuing Appropriations Resolution, 2014 10/08/13 A Long Journey Starts with Small Steps 10/03/13 Kingston Sponsors Bill To Provide Funding For NIH During Shutdown 10/02/13 National Institutes of Health Continuing Appropriations Resolution, 2014 9/30/13 Continuing Appropriations Resolution, 2014 7/15/13 Letter to Commissioner Daniel Werfel, Internal Revenue Service - Questions on Privacy Breaches 6/14/13 Letter to President Obama - Removal of Eric Holder 5/16/13 Letter to Comptroller General Dodaro - Sec. Sebelius's Solicitation of Funds for Private Non-Profit 6/28/12 House Holds Attorney General in Contempt 9/22/11 Kingston Urges Georgians to Speak Out About Balanced Budget Amendment 9/15/11 House Passes Jobs-Protection Legislation 9/03/10 Solutions For America 9/30/09 House Adopts Kingston Measure To Publish Bill For 72 Hours 2/25/09 Kingston Statement on Presidential Address 5/07/08 Providing for Consideration of H.R. 5818, Neighborhood Stabilization Act of 2008 1/28/08 Kingston Reacts to State of the Union 4/20/05 Take Politics out of the Ethics Process 3/11/04 Political Debates Should be About Values and Ideals, Not Name Calling