2017 Year in Review

 

Last year was a tumultuous time in America, but Team Moulton still accomplished a lot in 2017. Take a moment to review some of the highlights as we gear up for the midterm elections in 2018, and please consider making a contribution to support Seth’s re-election to Congress in November.

Slideshow: The Year in Photos

  • DMZ
  • Engagement
  • Framingham State
  • GWOT
  • Gloucester town hall
  • Nbpt lemonade
  • PSA
  • visiting CBP with volunteer lawyers at Logan after the Muslim ban

Bipartisan Legislative Victories

Amid the chaos that dominated Washington last year, Seth fought for our values and sought bipartisan solutions to real problems. He was named the most effective freshman lawmaker in the 114th Congress, and The Lugar Center said Seth was more bipartisan than 90% of his colleagues.
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Bills Introduced
    • Hamas Human Shields Prevention Act
    • SIMPLE Act
    • America’s College Promise Act
    • CHANCE in Tech Act
    • Geospatial Data Act
    • Modernization of Medical Records Access for Veterans Act of 2017
    • Flood Protection Act
    • Veteran Overmedication Prevention Act of 2017
    • Workforce Development Investment Act
    • Remedial Education Improvement Act
    • H.Con.Res.65, Honoring David Ortiz
    • Fostering Unity Against Russian Aggression Act of 2017
    • Veterans Care Financial Protection Act
    • Veterans Acquiring Community Care Expect Safe Service (ACCESS) Act
    • Young Fishermen’s Development Act
    • Modernizing Government Travel Act
    • H.Res.92, Condemning North Korean missile development
    • Global War on Terror Memorial Act
    • Statutes at Large Modernization Act
    • Keeping our Promise to Our Afghan Allies
    • ALS Disability Insurance Access Act
    • An Act to prohibit any hiring freeze from affecting the Department of Veterans Affairs
    • Small Business Broadband and Emerging Information Technology Enhancement Act of 2017
    • H.Res.353, Supporting a Democratic Hungary
    • An Act to ban bump stocks

Supporting a New Generation of Leaders

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    • Navy
    • Army
    • Air Force
    • Marine Corps
    • Central Intelligence Agency
    • Teach for America
In the third quarter, nearly 60% of Seth’s endorsed candidates raised more money than the incumbents they’re challenging.

These are women like Amy McGrath, the first woman Marine to fly an F/A-18 in combat, whose inspiring announcement video has been viewed by millions of Americans. And men like Dan Feehan, who served two combat tours of duty in the Army as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom – and then served two years teaching math with Teach for America. 

In the Community

Seth cares about the people he has the privilege of representing. 
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Top Campaign Videos

  • Jeff Sessions, entrusted with enforcing our nation’s laws, lied under oath to Congress. He should resign immediately. Share this if you agree.
  • Everyone who wants to serve our nation in the military should have the opportunity to do so – they shouldn’t have to hide who they are.
  • An awful lot of people in America are losing their jobs – not to immigrants, but because their work is being automated by robots. And rather than claiming that we’re going to fix the problem by heading back into the coal mines, let’s face the problem head on. Let’s show a vision for our future. We’ve got to talk about how every American, no matter where you live, can participate in the future of work.
  • When will enough be enough? I introduced a bipartisan gun safety bill that has more Republican cosponsors than any bill in recent memory, but Speaker Ryan won’t bring it to the floor for a vote. He has shown, time and time again, that he won’t act.

    I won’t stop fighting for common sense gun reform and I need you in the fight next to me. So comment here with your ideas. What will you do? This takes all of us to solve.

Seth's Op-Eds

The why behind the lie

February 2, 2017

The Salem News

Making Salem a safe, welcoming city

October 23, 2017

The Salem News

Honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice

August 22, 2017

Gloucester Times

TRUMP, HONOR OUR COMMITMENT TO HAITI

May 19, 2016

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Seth is one of the few members of Congress who publishes his own Tweets. He believes in transparency, accessibility and real dialogue. At any time, constituents can reach out to him directly.

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