Top Issues of Our District
At the end of the day, it’s not about the politician, but how they serve the public. Find out how Congressman Andy Kim stands on the top issues affecting constituents of New Jersey’s 3rd congressional district. Check out his top issues here.
- Military Families and Service Members
- Opioids and Addiction
- Money in Politics and Democracy Reform
- Resiliency, Disaster Relief, and Infrastructure
- Small Business, Jobs & the Economy
- Energy & Environment
About Our Representative
Congressman Andy Kim was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2018. A resident in Burlington county, Congressman Kim and his wife are proud parents of two young boys. As a son of Korean immigrants, Congressman Kim attended public K-12 schools in Burlington County before becoming a Rhodes Scholar.
“Prior to serving in the House, Congressman Kim worked as a career public servant under both Democrats and Republicans. He served at USAID, the Pentagon, the State Department, the White House National Security Council, and in Afghanistan as an advisor to Generals Petraeus and Allen.”
As a member of the House, Congressman Kim serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the House Foreign Affairs Committee and the House Committee on Small Business.
“In his first term, Congressman Kim passed bills into law that help military service members and their families find economic opportunities and stopped the use of harmful chemicals that impact New Jersey’s water by the U.S. military. In addition, Congressman Kim has held more than two dozen town halls and has helped constituents by resolving more than 4,300 issues with federal agencies.”
Congressman Kim currently serves on the following committees and subcommittees.
For the entire list of caucuses, please click here.
Do you value electing people who will show up for us?
We do, too. And that’s why we are writing to our fellow constituents in the third congressional district: to get you connected with Congressman Kim so you can see for yourself. The days of phoning it in are over. We want elected officials who are true public servants who act in the best interests of all constituents in the district. We want public servants who will make themselves heard and seen across the district, to explain their thinking and their actions.
Do you want to know how Congressman Kim has voted?
We certainly do. We do not pay attention to lip service: we want to hold our elected congressman accountable to us — his constituents. Check out how Congressman Kim has voted here, where the most recent votes are listed with links to the bills.
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