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State Rep Todd Rokita said Sawyer was an "outstanding choice" for Berry's replacement. "Duane Sawyer is a devoted and talented public servant," he said. "I had the unique privilege of swearing Dwayne in when he was first elected to public office, and I have watched him serve Brownsburg with humility, good sense and strong conservative values."
Rokita Report 8-2-13
Indiana Republican Rep. Todd Rokita has a whole stack of charts in his office, leftover from a lengthy presentation he gave back in April on the national debt. Back then, he offered a bar chart showing budget deficits through the years, with pictures of presidents on top of each bar.
Sadly, Dr. Chris Hartnett’s father passed away this week. I want to share the C-SPAN video of a special tribute that was given to him on the House floor by Indiana Congressman Todd Rokita. You can read the Chicago Tribune obituary to learn more about Mr. Hartnett’s extraordinary life.
Rokita visits Lafayette
More than 50 people gathered at 1 p.m. on Monday at the Tippecanoe County Courthouse to hear the Declaration of Independence read. Fifteen readers pronounced sections of the document, ranging from middle-aged citizens to a 6-year-old girl.
When I was selected to serve as the chairman of the House early-childhood, elementary, and secondary education subcommittee at the start of the 113th Congress earlier this year, I looked forward to the challenge of helping to write a reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, also known by its most recent moniker, No Child Left Behind.
Indiana Congressmen Andre Carson and Todd Rokita are offering split opinions on the Supreme Court decision invalidating a portion of the Voting Rights Act.
U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita, a member of the House Budget Committee, released the following statement after the committee passed bills to reform the budget process – the Baseline Reform Act (H.R. 1871) and the Pro-Growth Budgeting Act (H.R. 1874). Rokita is a coauthor of both pieces of legislation.
Indiana 4th District Congressman Todd Rokita said the recent flood of scandals coming out of Washington, D.C., is hurting the country. Speaking to a crowd Saturday at his Congress on the Corner event at Allen’s Country Kitchen, the congressman said he continues to keep his main focus on the increasing national debt.