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ENG: Jeffrey D. Duncan (born January 7, 1966) is the U.S. Representative for South Carolina's 3rd congressional district who is a member of the Republican Party. He is formerly a member of the South Carolina House of Representatives. Early life, education, and career In 1984, he graduated from Ware Shoals High School. He is a 1988 graduate of Clemson University. He played college football while Danny Ford was Head Coach. He is currently the President and CEO of J. Duncan Associates, a family-owned real estate marketing firm. South Carolina legislature Tenure Governor Mark Sanford him a “Tax Payer Hero.” He was given the “Guardian of Small Business” award from the National Federation of Independent Businesses, an A+ rating from the Club for Growth, the ...
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Duncan sends back unused funds to pay down national debt


South Carolina Congressman Jeff Duncan joined his in-state colleague Rep. Mick Mulvaney of Indian Land, along with several other members from across the country to announce they were returning significant portions of their office budgets with the intent that it be used to pay down the country’s debt. Duncan announced that his office would be returning at least $200,000 or 14.2% of his overall budget. That figure comes after Congressional offices had already taken a 5% budget cut during the previous year. Duncan made his announcement at a press conference outside the United States ...


Veteran's Day Message From Congressman Jeff Duncan


South Carolina Congressman Jeff Duncan (SC-3) released the following statement for Veterans Day: "On Veterans Day we are reminded that 'Freedom isn’t Free.'" "This week my family and I had the privilege of visiting and honoring many of our troops and veterans. Earlier this week, my wife Melody attended the South Carolina Honor Flight trip, accompanying dozens of World War II veterans from the Upstate to Washington, DC to visit war memorials. I spent this past week visiting with our armed forces in Afghanistan and Iraq, and will be spending Veterans Day with wounded and recovering ...


Duncan: ‘Countering Iran in the Westering Hemisphere Act'


Congressman Jeff Duncan introduced legislation to protect U.S. citizens from threats from Iran and protect American interests and assets in our own hemisphere. The “Countering Iran in the Western Hemisphere Act of 2012” (H.R. 3783) comes a week after Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s five-day tour of four Latin American countries. The bipartisan bill has 25 original cosponsors. Duncan’s legislation makes it clear that American policy is to counter Iran’s influence in Latin America by requiring a coordinated and targeted strategy that uses all elements of ...


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Congressman Jeff Duncan Issues Statement on Passage of Spending Bill
WASHINGTON, DC- Congressman Jeff Duncan issued the following statement on the passage of the “CRomibus” spending bill: “While the spending bill contained several good reforms, it didn’t address the fact that this President has taken extraordinary steps to violate both the Constitution of the United States and our separation of powers. As I’ve said before, the President’s actions are unprecedented, unconstitutional, and violation of our rule of law. We have a responsibility as Members of the legislative branch to protect the Constitution of the United States. I sincerely believe that voters were loud and clear that they wanted Republicans to act boldly against the President’s unlawful unilateral actions. This legislation failed to stop this unconstitutional encroachment, and that is why I urged the Republican Leadership in the House to adopt defunding language for executive amnesty to the spending bill. I voted against the legislation because it did not do enough to stop t
Congressman Duncan Issues Statement on the Resignation of Secretary Hagel
LAURENS, SC—South Carolina Congressman Jeff Duncan issued the following statement regarding Secretary Hagel’s resignation: "While I have had some policy disagreements with Secretary Hagel, I would like to thank him for his service to the country. As the nation’s first Defense Secretary to be an enlisted combat veteran, Mr. Hagel brought a unique and important perspective to the Department." "Just under a year ago, President Obama compared ISIS to a JV basketball team. Now ISIS represents one of the greatest threats in the Middle East and a major concern across the globe. The lack of vision from the White House on national security matters has been astonishing, and I am hopeful that the next Secretary of Defense will have the boldness and expertise to correct some of the Administration’s shortsightedness. I urge my Senate colleagues to hold a rigorous confirmation process for Secretary Hagel’s successor in order to ensure that our military is managed by a highly capable leade
Congressman Jeff Duncan Issues Statement on President Obama’s Cuba Policy
WASHINGTON, DC—South Carolina Congressman Jeff Duncan, incoming Chairman of the Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, issued the following statement regarding the Obama Administration’s change in longstanding Cuba policy: “While I am grateful to see Alan Gross returning to the U.S. after five years of unjust imprisonment in Cuba, I have major problems with the Administration’s unilateral decision to move towards normalized relations with Cuba. President Obama's statement today of ‘a new course in our relations with Cuba' is a complete reversal of U.S. policy without receiving any concrete reforms by the Cuban government, which is required by U.S. law.” “President Obama’s decision wastes decades of hard work to support the Cuban people, provides Cuba with legitimacy that ten American presidents have refused to provide, and strengthens the Castro regime to the detriment of the Cuban people and the region at-large. Worse still, the
December Washington Update
December 11, 2014 Dear Friends, I am deeply honored by the trust you have placed in me as your representative, and I look forward to working on your behalf in Washington to bring your concerns to the forefront of the debates taking place. I wanted to send you an e-mail to give you an update on some things going on inside of DC: Immigration: I believe what the Administration has done is unprecedented, unconstitutional, and an affront to the American people. In addition to poisoning the well and making it almost impossible to work together on other issues, I believe the Administration’s actions have created a constitutional crisis that our Founding Fathers had hoped to avoid. Presidents cannot create law. Regardless of how one feels about this issue or any other, I believe that hopefully reasonable minds can come together and agree that the precedent set by this Administration is dangerous. I am fighting hard to make sure that Congress uses the power of the purse to stop this in its tr



 
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