United States Representative

Rep. Lee Zeldin

In 2018, Congressman Zeldin was re-elected and his top priorities remain protecting America’s security at home and abroad, helping grow our economy and create more good paying jobs, supporting our veterans and first responders, improving the quality of education, repairing our nation’s infrastructure, improving healthcare in America and safeguarding our environment.

Currently, Congressman Zeldin serves on two Committees in the House of Representatives: Financial Services and Foreign Affairs, where he serves as Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. Additionally, Congressman Zeldin serves as co-chair of the Long Island Sound Caucus and founding member of the National Estuary Program Caucus and as one of two Jewish Republicans in Congress, also serves as co-chairman of the House Republican Israel Caucus, which has over 100 members, and has been a stalwart opponent of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, coleading a House passed resolution (H.Res.246) to combat it.

Congressman Zeldin resides in his hometown of Shirley with his wife, Diana, and their twin daughters, Mikayla and Arianna.


        CPAC Minnesota 10/22/20
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Healthcare

As the radical Left attempts to normalize socialized healthcare and put us on a path towards Medicare for All, the time has come for conservatives to take a stand. America faces an unforeseen enemy in the coronavirus, and what is clearer than ever before is that Americans need more options; not fewer. What is the role of the federal government during a healthcare crisis? How do we provide comprehensive care for thousands of America’s veterans who have sacrificed so much? Is there any way to curb Medicare and Medicaid spending yet still provide for lower income Americans? Innovation has always been the American way and here you will find substantive policy discussions on ways we can improve and ensure the health of our nation’s citizens for generations to come.

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