Search Form
First, enter a politician or zip code
Now, choose a category

Eleanor Norton's Public Statements on Issue: Executive Branch

Office: U.S. House (DC) - Delegate, Democratic
Date Title
Nov. 13, 2014 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Executive Action on Immigration
Oct. 31, 2014 Letter to Members of the White House Security Panel - "Least Restrictive Means' in Addressing Security Concerns
Oct. 6, 2014 Norton Says President Obama Complies with International Law By Allowing Central American Children Refugee Status & Offering Legal Aid Funding
Sept. 25, 2014 Holder Calls Norton, Who Recommended Him as DC U.S. Attorney, to Inform Her of His Resignation
Aug. 21, 2014 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Executive Action on Poverty
July 31, 2014 Norton's Worker Protection Bill Included in Obama Executive Order Today
July 21, 2014 Norton Says Obama's Executive Order Barring Discrimination Against LGBT Federal Contract Workers Follows Executive Precedents
Sept. 9, 2013 Norton Remarks at Press Conference with D.C. Veterans, Without a Vote, as Debate on Syria Begins
Aug. 29, 2013 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Consult Congress on Military Action in Syria
July 9, 2013 Letter to Mitch McConnell, Minority Leader of the U.S. Senate - National Labor Relations Board Nominees
June 6, 2013 Upholding the Trust of the American People
June 5, 2013 Norton Statement on Appointment of Susan Rice as National Security Adviser
May 16, 2013 Letter to Senator Reid and Senator McConnell - Confirmation of Tom Perez
June 11, 2012 MSNBC "The Ed Show" - Transcript
June 11, 2012 Norton Calls on Committee to Abandon Political Contempt Vote and Move to Fill Gaping Gun Running Hole That Caused Republican and Democratic Administrations to Engage in the Fast and Furious Tactics
Nov. 3, 2011 Norton Applauds Senate Judiciary Vote on Rudolph Contreras
June 20, 2006 Norton Saves Jobs for 350 Federal Workers at Walter Reed in D.C. in DoD Appropriation
Jan. 1, 2012 Issue Position: More Power to the District
Skip to top
Back to top