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Leading up to the most recent elections this past fall, a small-time Dublin prosecutor in his early 30s, named Eric Swalwell made national headlines as he waged an aggressive battle to unseat a once-beloved 20-term member of Congress, Pete Stark.
Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate and recognize the women in our lives whose selfless devotion helped us grow and thrive. It is a time to honor the mothers, grandmothers, stepmothers, and motherly figures that sacrifice so much for the betterment of their children and families every day.
Trying to transform its image from an overlooked bedroom community to a Silicon Valley player, the city is focusing on a swath of undeveloped land at its southern edge as a site for new housing and tech jobs.
Congressman Eric Swalwell (D-Dublin) spent his first days on Capitol Hill as an unpaid summer intern for then Congresswoman Ellen Tauscher, where he answered phone calls, responded to constituents’ mail and gave tours to visiting Tri-Valley tourists.
Rep. Eric Swalwell moved his small business tax deferment bill a baby step closer to reality by signing on a co-sponsor from the majority Republican party in the House of Representatives.
Freshman East Bay Rep. Eric Swalwell said he wanted to “get outside the comfort zone” of traditional political discourse when he showed up at a meeting of the Fremont City Council to talk to constituents – via Skype.
The score was 6-6, the game was in penalty kicks, and Rep. Eric Swalwell had a choice.
The freshman California Democrat and former college soccer player was playing goalie at the first Capital Soccer Classic on Wednesday, and Rep. Chris Van Hollen, a veteran Marylander widely considered a potential future speaker of the House, was on the spot.
From Rep. Eric Swalwell’s Office
U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell (CA-15) introduced legislation Tuesday to name the U.S. Post Office in Dublin after the late Dr. James ‘Jim’ Kohnen, a lifelong public servant of the Tri-Valley community.
When jostling for committee assignments, most lawmakers are gunning for one of the "A" committees, like Appropriations, Ways and Means or Energy and Commerce.
The House Science, Space and Technology Committee? Not so much.