Joe Baca, Sr.'s Public Statements

Biographical

Full Name: Joe Baca, Sr.
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for U.S. House - District 31
Primary June 3, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Barbara; 4 Children: Joe Jr., Jeremy, Natalie, Jennifer
Birth Date: 01/23/1947
Birth Place: Belen, NM
Home City: San Bernardino, CA
Pete Aguilar

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Democratic

Paul Chabot

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Republican

Ryan Downing

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Republican

Eloise Gomez Reyes

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Democratic

Lesli Gooch

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Danny Tillman

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Democratic

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6/20/12 Access to Education 6/05/12 E-Newsletter 6/5/12 6/04/12 E-Newsletter 6/4/12 5/25/12 E-Newsletter 5/25/12 5/17/12 investing in Education 5/09/12 Education is Key to Sound Future 5/08/12 Rep. Baca Sponsors Legislation to Save Teacher Jobs 4/25/12 Education is an Investment in Our Future 4/24/12 Tribute to TELACU for its Commitment to the Advancement and Empowerment of Latinos 12/06/11 Baca Sponsors Legislation to Improve Native Education 11/22/11 Statement on Super Committee's Failure to Act 10/11/11 Working to Keep Teachers in The Classroom 9/09/11 Rep. Baca's Statement on President Obama's Address to a Joint Session of Congress 4/15/11 Tribute to TELACU for Its Commitment to the Advancement and Empowerment of Latinos 2/16/11 Working to Give America's Teachers Loan Forgiveness 2/16/11 Republican Spending Plan: House of Representatives 2/09/11 Baca Introduces Legislation to Require Nutrition Education in Schools 1/25/11 Congressman Joe Baca Introduces Legislation to Mandate Psychical Education Requirements in Schools 1/05/11 Rep. Baca Sponsors Legislation to Provide Loan Forgiveness to All Teachers 6/09/10 Baca Sponsors Bill to Increase Financial Transparency of Charter Schools 5/01/10 A Call for $23 Billion Teacher Jobs Fund 3/25/10 Baca Introduces Legislation To Require Nutrition Education In Schools 3/21/10 Senate Amendments To H.R. 3590, Service Members Home Ownership Tax Act Of 2009, And H.R. 4872, Health Care And Education Reconciliation Act Of 2010--continued 2/02/10 Baca Sponsors Legislation To Mandate Physical Education Requirements In Schools 7/29/09 Baca Sponsors Bill to End No Child Left Behind Testing Requirements 2/25/09 Rep. Baca Supports Essential Funding For Health Care, Education, Law Enforcment 6/20/08 Rep. Baca Supports Bill To Fund Unemployment, Veterans Education Benefits 6/05/08 Rep. Baca Backs Budget Plan That Invests in Education, Energy, Infrastructure 5/22/08 Rep. Baca Sponsors Legislation to Provide Loan Forgiveness to All Teachers 5/09/08 Rep. Baca Introduces Resolution to Educate Public on Iodine Deficiency 4/28/08 Rep. Baca Sends Letter to Gov. Schwarzenegger Opposing Education Cuts 3/13/08 Rep. Baca Backs Budget Plan to Strengthen Economy, Meet Inland Priorities 2/07/08 Rep. Baca Votes to Expand College Access, Lower Education Costs 5/07/07 Tribute to Telacu for its Commitment to the Advancement and Empowerment of Latinos 1/17/07 College Student Relief Act of 2007 12/07/06 Rep. Baca Expresses Concern that Latino Students are Left Behind; 7/12/06 Appointment of Conferees on S. 250, Vocational and Technical Education for the Future Act 9/22/05 School Readiness Act of 2005 2/10/05 Honoring Catholic Schools 4/30/04 57 Members of Congress Join Representative Watson in Opposing Administration's Weakening of Title IX Education Programs 3/25/04 Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for Fiscal Year 2005-Part III 2/03/04 Tribute to Dr. Cecilia Cota-Robles Suarez 1/21/04 Honoring the Contributions of Catholic Schools 1/01/12 Issue Position: New 4-Year GI Bill 1/01/12 Issue Position: Veterans and the Military 1/01/12 Issue Position: Education 1/01/12 Issue Position: Education 1/01/12 Issue Position: Education 1/01/12 Issue Position: Education 1/01/12 Issue Position: Veteran's Education Equity