Pelosi Announces Congressman Robert Brady as Chair of House Administration Committee
Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced today that Congressman Robert Brady of Pennsylvania has been named Chairman of the House Administration Committee, filling the vacancy left by the passing of Congresswoman Juanita Millender-McDonald.
"Congressman Brady's experience as a leading member of the House Administration Committee and his in-depth knowledge of the internal functions of the House will make him a powerful voice as Chairman," Speaker Pelosi said. "I know Congressman Brady will expand upon the efforts of Chairwoman Millender-McDonald to promote equality and diversity on Capitol Hill."
Congressman Brady said: "I appreciate Speaker Pelosi's support and will continue the legacy of Congresswoman Millender McDonald to correct oversights from the past. One of my priorities will be to make every effort to keep the Capitol Complex as secure as possible while remaining accessible for the millions of visitors every year."
At a Democratic Caucus meeting this morning, Congressman Brady was nominated as Chair by the Speaker and approved by the full Caucus.