Washington, D.C. – Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) was elected the new Co-Chair of the bipartisan, 56-member-strong Problem Solvers Caucus.
“It is an honor to have been elected Co-Chair of the Problem Solvers Caucus. I look forward to working alongside my friend, fellow Co-Chair Rep. Josh Gottheimer, and PSC colleagues, as we continue our joint mission of building bridges, engaging in productive, bipartisan conversations and debates, and working to find common ground on every key issue facing our nation,” said Rep. Fitzpatrick. “Now, more than ever, it is imperative we continue our efforts of bringing people together in the spirit of bipartisanship to best serve our constituents and country. Together, we are most successful, and together, we can deliver real results to communities across the country.”
"I'm thrilled that my good friend, Brian Fitzpatrick, will be the new Co-Chair of the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus. Over the years, since our first years in Congress together, Brian and I have worked closely together, focused on finding common ground on key issues facing our country, from COVID-19 relief to criminal justice reform to national security. We've even visited each other's home Districts, where we heard firsthand from our constituents the importance of bipartisan governing and leadership. Given Brian’s lifetime of service to our country, with his experience at the FBI and in Congress on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and the Intelligence Committee, I know that he will continue to put the good of America ahead of partisan politics,” said Rep. Josh Gottheimer, Co-Chair of Problem Solvers Caucus.
Congressman Fitzpatrick previously served as the Vice Chair of the Problem Solvers Caucus.
Congressman Fitzpatrick is also the ranking member of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Europe, Energy, the Environment, and Cyber and was appointed to serve on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI). Additionally, he serves on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, also known as the U.S. Helsinki Commission, and is the Co-Chair of the Ukraine Caucus.
The Problem Solvers Caucus is a bipartisan group in Congress comprised of 58 members – equally divided between Democrats and Republicans – who are committed to forging bipartisan cooperation on key issues.