With so much uncertainty lying ahead of the U.S. Presidential Election on November 3rd, what message do Congressional Democrats have for their German counterparts? Regardless of outcome, many transatlantic policy questions will remain: Russian sanctions, Chinese economic influence, and commitments to NATO.
To discuss how Democrats plan to work with the White House on such policy issues after November 3rd, we are pleased to welcome Representative Marcy Kaptur from Ohio’s 9th District. Serving on the House Appropriations Committee, Representative Kaptur is currently the longest serving woman in the history of the U.S. House of Representatives. She is a member of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China and the Caucus on Central and Eastern Europe. She also co-chairs the Congressional Hungarian Caucus and the Ukraine Caucus and has sponsored legislation on U.S.-EU security cooperation and sanctions against Russia.