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From freshman backbencher to a driving force in the Russia–Trump investigation, Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) has come a long way in four years.
It’s time for an independent commission to investigate Russia’s attack on our democracy.
His third term in the House of Representatives is already shaping up to look quite different for Eric Swalwell.
2017 brings a variety of changes professionally, including new committee posts, new legislative issues, a new district office in Castro Valley and a new Republican president -- not to mention a big one personally, due this spring.
With each new day that dawns on the Trump administration, a little more light is shed on possible coordination between the president, his family, his businesses or his campaign and the Russian government before and after November’s election.
Rep. Eric Swalwell will host an open house at the 15th Congressional District’s new District Office on Saturday, Feb. 4.
Rep. Swalwell – now in his third term – recently consolidated two previous offices (in Pleasanton and Hayward) into this new office, in order to save taxpayers’ money and make district operations more efficient.
More than 1,000 are expected to take part in a women's march on January 21 in Walnut Creek.
The Women’s March Contra Costa County/Walnut Creek is a sister-march to the march in Washington, D.C. on the same day. Hundreds of marches are taking place throughout the country and world on January 21.
Pleasanton's Congressman Eric Swalwell recently announced he will join the House Judiciary Committee in addition to continuing to serve on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.