Just engage

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Mr. Gottheimer went to Washington determined to reach across the aisle. Nothing that he’s seen since, none of the extraordinarily heightened wagon-circling, name calling, or coarseness, has dissuaded him from at least trying for comity.

Freshman New Jersey Congressman Takes a Bipartisan Path

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“I don’t work for the national Democratic party,” Mr. Gottheimer said. “I work for the Fifth Congressional District. There are things that are nonnegotiable, but there are plenty of areas like tax reform and infrastructure and certain regulatory reform that I believe are good for people back home.”

Gottheimer completes tour of 79 towns

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"Visits like today's tour of downtown Hope -- where I get to meet with constituents and business owners in their hometowns and hear their needs -- are a critical part of my job representing North Jersey and getting us a better return on our federal investment," Gottheimer said in a prepared news release.

Gottheimer all business on the Hill

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NJ Herald: Gottheimer all business on the Hill By: David Danzis WASHINGTON -- The day before the U.S. Senate publicly released its much-anticipated version of a new health care bill, the U.S. Capitol was buzzing with activity and anticipation. And while much of Capitol Hill waited anxiously to get its first look at a piece of legislation with far-reaching effects for the entire country, the day-to...

Could gridlock get Gottheimer a seat at the table on taxes and infrastructure?

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Democratic Rep. Josh Gottheimer is a newbie in the minority party in Congress, so he could be expected to play a low-key role for a while. But Gottheimer, a former White House speechwriter who beat Republican Scott Garrett in New Jersey's most expensive House race ever last year, has teamed up with Rep. Tom Reed, an upstate New York Republican who was one of President Donald Trump's earliest suppo...

ICYMI: Gottheimer Highlights AHCA's Disastrous Impact on New Jersey on CNN

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“So the incoming I’m getting from everybody. . . it’s pretty clear: please stop this. Fix Obamacare, fix the ACA, which I really want to do – there’s plenty to fix – but do it in a bipartisan way and don’t let them just jam something that’s going to hurt us in New Jersey,” said Gottheimer.