To mark the 51st Anniversary of the Orangeburg Massacre, Congressman Joe Cunningham released the following statement:
Staff from Congressman Cunningham’s office will be holding office hours in Moncks Corner Thursday, February 7, 2019 from 12:00 - 1:00 PM. Staff will be at the Moncks Corner Library to assist constituents with issues involving government agencies.
Tonight, Congressman Joe Cunningham released the following statement following President Trump’s State of the Union address:
Representative Joe Cunningham will be bringing Mayor Tim Goodwin of Folly Beach as his guest to the State of the Union on Tuesday. Goodwin, who is a Republican, endorsed Cunningham on the campaign due to his strong opposition to offshore drilling.
Charleston, S.C. – Today, Congressman Joe Cunningham toured the Ralph Johnson VA Medical Center, which serves over 67,000 Veterans in 21 counties. Cunningham is a member of the House Veterans Affairs Committee and was recently appointed to the Subcommittees on Economic Opportunity and Technology Modernization. Prior to the tour of the center, Rep.
Washington, D.C. – This morning, Congressman Joe Cunningham delivered a speech on the House floor applauding the work of a remarkable group of young activists, the James Island Ocean Actkidvists.
Staff from Congressman Cunningham’s office will be holding office hours on John’s Island
Staff from Congressman Cunningham’s office will be holding office hours in West Ashley on January 29, 2019 from 1:00-3:00 PM. Staff will be at the Hurd/St. Andrews Regional Library to answer questions and address concerns from constituents of the 1st Congressional District.
Washington, D.C. – Last night, Congressman Joe Cunningham was appointed the House Natural Resources Committee. The Committee on Natural Resources oversees federal conservation programs, establishes renewable energy sources, and critically to the Lowcountry, monitors offshore oil and gas development.
Cunningham released the following statement:
Congressman Joe Cunningham released the following statement after a federal court ruled that the Trump Administration could not issue permits to conduct seismic testing during the partial government shutdown: