A strong voice on progressive causes in Congress
Rep. Ro Khanna (CA-17) is the son of immigrants and represents parts of the South and East San Francisco Bay Area. Khanna was active in Democratic politics in California and served in the Obama administration as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce before running for the House of Representatives. In Congress, he has fought to improve digital and broadband access in rural areas, and strengthen data privacy regulations.
A champion of getting special interest money out of our elections
Khanna is at the forefront of the fight for campaign finance reform. During his first term in the U.S. Congress, Khanna co-founded the No PAC Caucus and is one of only a few House members that reject all PAC and lobbyist contributions. In the 115th Congress, Khanna introduced the No PAC Act that would ban PAC contributions to members of Congress.
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