Representative Paul C. Broun's Public Statements

Biographical

Full Name: Paul C. Broun
Current Office: U.S. House - District 10, Republican
First Elected: 07/25/2007
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. Senate - Sr
Primary May 20, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Niki; 3 Children: Carly, Lucy, Collins
Birth Date: 11/02/1951
Birth Place: Atlanta, GA
Home City: Athens, GA
Religion: Baptist
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4/04/14 Breitbart - The Problem Isn't Caterpillar, It's Overly Burdensome Taxes and Regulations. 12/19/13 Letter to Gina McCarthy, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency - EPA Muzzling Scientists 4/18/12 The Small Business Tax Cut Act 2/17/12 Broun: Caterpillar to Create 1,400 Jobs in 10th Congressional District 12/13/11 Broun Votes in Favor of Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act 9/22/11 Broun Earns Perfect Pro-Worker Score 7/08/11 Broun: Rising Unemployment? Lower the Debt Ceiling 6/23/11 Old-Fashioned Economic Common Sense 3/31/11 U.S. Chamber Presents Broun with Spirit of Enterprise Award 2/11/11 Introducing the Jumpstarting our Business Sector Act of 2011 (Jobs Act) 12/07/10 House Passes Broun's Bill to Protect Small Business Owners from Burdensome Regulation 8/23/10 Blog: Policies or Politics 3/21/10 Democrats Vote "No" To Assist Small Businesses 12/03/09 Broun Unveils A REAL Stimulus For REAL Americans 12/02/09 Small Business Is America's Economic Engine 10/20/09 House Expected To Pass Bipartisan Legislation To Ease Unnecessary Regulations On Small Businesses 6/09/09 Not Learning From History 5/28/09 Letter to the Steven Rattner, Counselor to the Secretary of the Treasury - Elimination of Thousands of Chrysler and GM Dealerships 5/22/09 Letter To The Honorable Timothy Geithner, Secretary, United States Department of Treasury 3/24/09 A Budget that Spends Too Much, Taxes Too Much, and Borrows Too Much 3/12/09 Water Quality Investment Act of 2009 1/15/09 Bipartisan Congressional Pay Raise Freeze Receives Support From Congressional Watchdogs 3/14/08 Congressman Paul Broun Votes Against Democrats' Plan for Record Tax and Spending Increases 1/01/13 Issue Position: Economy and Tax Reform