“A View From DC: A Conversation with United States Senator Jack Reed”
Please join us for a great opportunity to meet with United States Senator Jack Reed – and bring all your questions!
In 1996, the people of Rhode Island elected Jack Reed to succeed Claiborne Pell as Rhode Island’s 46th United States Senator. He was part of the bipartisan working group that drafted the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and successfully led efforts to create the $150 billion Coronavirus Relief Fund to help states combat COVID-19. As one of just eight Senators in U.S. history to graduate from West Point, he is a senior member of the powerful Appropriations Committee, which controls the funding of the federal government, He works to direct federal funding to our state to create jobs, strengthen its infrastructure, and support economic and community development initiatives.