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Member Spotlight

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Nicole Malliotakis

New York's 11th District

Nicole Malliotakis flipped a Democrat seat in the 2020 election, defeating Democrat a second term and becoming the only Republican in New York City’s 13-member congressional delegation. A New York State Assembly member since 2010, Malliotakis ran on a pro-law enforcement platform, winning the Staten Island/Brooklyn seat with the backing of the powerful police unions. The daughter of a Cuban immigrant mother and a Greek immigrant father, she grew up on Staten Island and ran unsuccessfully against Mayor Bill de Blasio in 2017 despite holding him accountable for the city’s high property taxes, bloated budget, and status as a sanctuary city. Malliotakis has pledged to be a fighter against socialism, raising concerns about Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s growing influence in New York politics.

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Maria Salazar

Florida's 27th District

Maria Elvira Salazar was born in Miami’s Little Havana to Cuban parents, who emigrated to the United States following the arrival of Fidel Castro to power. A graduate of the University of Miami and then Harvard University, Salazar began a career in journalism covering local stories for Univision. She became the anchor for CNN Español, the first time a major news network had a broadcast fully in Spanish. Salazar then covered the White House, the Gulf War, the Salvadoran Civil War, and ultimately Cuba, where she witnessed the atrocities of the Castro communist government and became a leading voice against Fidel Castro. Salazar would go on to be a national news anchorwoman at Telemundo and have a long run with her own top-rated show on Mega TV. Winning five Emmy Awards, she was recognized for her passion for freedom and uncovering oppressive, communist and socialist regimes in Latin America.

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Randy Feenstra

Iowa's 4th District

Randy Feenstra has spent decades in public service in the Sioux County, IA, area and has lived there his entire life. Rep. Feenstra defeated incumbent Rep. Steve King in the June 2020 Republican primary. He left a job as head of sales for the Foreign Candy Company to become Hull City Administrator and was a leading conservative voice in the State Senate with a record of results defending Christian values and Iowa taxpayers. In that role, he was the key architect of the largest state income tax cut in state history; led the way on reducing property taxes; and supported the largest expansion of Second Amendment rights in Iowa history, co-sponsoring the constitutional carry bill, helping stop the implementation of red-flag laws in Iowa; and supporting Iowa’s stand-your-ground law.