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Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA 50th District)

6th term Republican from California 50th District.

Bio

Residence: Alpine

Marital Status: Married (Margaret)

Prev. Occupation: Business Analyst, Residential Real Estate Developer

Military: USMC, 2002-05; USMCR, 2005-08

Education: BS San Diego State University, 2001

Birthdate: 12/07/1976

Religion: Baptist

Percentage in Last Election: 64%

Major Opponent: Patrick Malloy


Contact

Current Elected Office Contact Information

Contact Rep. Duncan Hunter.

Website: hunter.house.gov


Washington, D.C. Office:

2429 Rayburn House Office Building,
District of Columbia 20515-0550
Phone: (202) 225-5672
Fax: (202) 225-0235

El Cajon Office: (more district offices)

1611 North Magnolia Avenue, Suite 310
El Cajon, California 92020
Phone: (619) 448-5201
Fax: (619) 449-2251



Staff

Current Elected Office Staff Members:

  • Chief of Staff: Rick Terrazas
  • Scheduler: Olena Nalivkina
  • Dep. Chief of Staff: Reed Linsk
  • Comm. Dir.: Mike Harrison
  • Child/Family Issues LA: Holly Hough
  • Health LA: Jonathan Kupperman
  • Judiciary LA: Holly Hough
  • Budget LA: Reed Linsk
  • Civil Rights LA: Holly Hough
  • Medicare/Medicaid LA: Jonathan Kupperman
  • Science/Technology LA: Jonathan Kupperman
  • Women's Issues LA: Jonathan Kupperman

Votes

 

Current Elected Office Key Votes:

These are our key votes and this is how Rep. Duncan Hunter voted on our issues. Click on each heading to sort.

 
Status Name of Legislation Date Voted Score
P Fiscal 2020 Financial Services and General Government Appropriations 06/26/2019 Nay Voted For
P Fiscal 2020 Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations 06/19/2019 Nay Voted For
F Amendment to Restore Conscience Protection 06/13/2019 Yea Voted For
F Amendment to Restore Pro-life Protections to Title X Program 06/13/2019 Yea Voted For
P The So-Called "Equality Act" 05/17/2019 Nay Voted For
P "For the People Act of 2019" (restrictions on free speech) 03/08/2019 Nay Voted For
P Protecting Life in Global Health Assistance/ United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) 01/03/2019 Nay Voted For
P Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act (passage) 01/19/2018 Yea Voted For
P Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act (vote to protect bill) 01/18/2018 Yea Voted For
P Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (20-week abortion ban) 10/03/2017 Yea Voted For
(More Key Votes)
 

P = Passed Voted For Us= Voted With Us
A = Agreed To Voted Against= Voted Against Us
R = Rejected Not Scored= Not Scored
C = Confirmed Ineligible to Vote= Ineligible to Vote
F = Failed

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Bills

Current Elected Office Bills:

Here is Rep. Duncan Hunter's cosponsorship status on our key legislation. Send Rep. Duncan Hunter a message by clicking in the "Send Message" column.

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Bill Name Our Position Cosponsor? Send Message
H.R.5006 - Child Tax Credit for Pregnant Moms Act Support No Send Message to Rep. Duncan Hunter
H.R.4712 - Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act Support No Send Message to Rep. Duncan Hunter
H.R.36 - Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act Support Yes Send Message to Rep. Duncan Hunter
H.R.849 - Repeal law creating Independent Payment Advisory Board (health-care rationing board) Support Yes Send Message to Rep. Duncan Hunter
H.R.2918 - Patients First Act (promoting ethical stem cell research) Support No Send Message to Rep. Duncan Hunter
H.J.RES.39 - Nullification of Obama pro-abortion Title X rule Support No Send Message to Rep. Duncan Hunter
H.R.1628 - American Health Care Act (Obamacare replacement / defund Planned Parenthood) Support No Send Message to Rep. Duncan Hunter
H.R.1192 - Dismemberment Abortion Ban Act Support No Send Message to Rep. Duncan Hunter
H.J.RES.43 - Nullification of Obama pro-abortion Title X rule Support No Send Message to Rep. Duncan Hunter
H.R.1322 - "Women's Health Protection Act" (Abortion Without Limits Until Birth Act) Oppose No Send Message to Rep. Duncan Hunter
H.J.RES.33 - "Equal Rights Amendment" to U.S. Constitution Oppose No Send Message to Rep. Duncan Hunter
(More Bills)
 
Green means that this is our preferred cosponsorship position.
Red means that this is not our preferred cosponsorship position.