Congresswoman Yvette Clarke

Representing the 9th District of New York
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Welcome, and thank you for visiting my official website. It is an honor to represent one of the most ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse communities in this great country; the new Ninth Congressional District of New York.

This new website will serve as an online office, keeping constituents updated on my work in Congress.  The new website has a number of new features including an e-news sign up, press clips, tour requests, a vote tracker, and even links to my Twitter and Facebook accounts.  All of these resources will allow us to keep in touch so I may serve you better. I hope you find the website informative and a good way to stay updated on the ways I am working to serve the residents of Brooklyn.

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Jan 12, 2015 Press Release

Brooklyn, N.Y. – Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke released the following statement on a report from the Department of Labor which stated that 252,000 jobs were added to our economy in December. Nearly three million jobs were created in 2014, the highest total since 1999.

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Jan 9, 2015 Press Release

Brooklyn, N.Y. – Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke released the following statement on the Respect for Marriage Act, which would repeal the Defense of Marriage Act and guarantee the rights of same-sex married couples to equal protection of the law.

Jan 8, 2015 Press Release

Brooklyn, N.Y. – Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke released the following statement on a report from Gallup that the percentage of Americans without health insurance continues to decline as people enroll in plans available under the Affordable Care Act.

In The News

Jan 9, 2015 In The News

"The House Democratic Caucus named five new members to the House Energy and Commerce Committee during the first week of the congressional session.

Dec 31, 2014 In The News

"As political scandals go, the revelation that House Majority Whip Steve Scalise spoke to a white supremacist group in 2002 has yet to turn on the full outrage machine that other Republicans