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The U.S. Representative for Indiana's 4th congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Theodore Edward "Todd" Rokita (born February 9, 1970) is the U.S. Representative for Indiana's 4th congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He is formerly the two term Secretary of State of Indiana. When Rokita was elected to office in 2002 at the age of 32, he became at the time the youngest Secretary of State in the United States. Early life, education and career Rokita grew up in Munster, located in Lake County in Northwest Indiana. He holds a bachelor of arts degree from Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana, where he was an Eli Lilly Fellow. He is a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity. He has a law degree from Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis. Rokita was a practicing attorney. In 1997 he joined the secretary of state's office as ...
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Todd Rokita on Tax Reform

Rokita signed Americans for Tax Reform "Taxpayer Protection Pledge" Politicians often run for office saying they won't raise taxes, but then quickly turn their backs on the taxpayer. The idea of the Pledge is simple enough: Make them put their no-new-taxes rhetoric in writing. In the Taxpayer Protection Pledge, candidates and incumbents solemnly bind themselves to oppose any and all tax increases. While ATR has the role of promoting and monitoring the Pledge, the Taxpayer Protection Pledge is actually made to a candidate's constituents, who are entitled to know where candidates stand before ...

Rokita Stands By Controversial Comments On Debt Ceiling

U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita, R-4th District, reiterated Tuesday what some consider a controversial stance, that's he's comfortable voting against a higher debt limit, even if that means the economy will suffer. Rokita stirred up a major buzz in Washington, D.C., over comments he made Monday to ABC News, 6News' Norman Coxreported. Rokita said that he doesn't care if Moody's or other rating services downgrade their ratings on the nation's debt, an action that could raise interest rates across the board and cause the stock market to drop, along with other potentially harmful effects. The ...

Rokita Refuses To Raise The Debt Ceiling

espite numerous warnings from three major credit agencies, economists, businesses, members of their own party, and general common sense, the Republican “Hell No” caucus remains ever vigilant in ignoring the economic disaster that will follow a failure to raise the debt ceiling by Aug. 2. While some Republicans have offered simply ludicrous reasons to paint the deadline as arbitrary, an increasing number are pushing the notion that there’s no danger at all in defaulting on our debt. Today on ABC’s Top Line, Rep. Todd Rokita (R-IN) went one step further and threw away ...

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ROKITA SUPPORTS PASSAGE OF JUVENILE JUSTICE REFORM Washington, D.C. – Today, H.R. 5963, the Supporting Youth Opportunity and Preventing Delinquency Act of 2016, passed the House after Rep. Todd Rokita spoke on the House of Representatives floor in support of the measure.  The bill, which originated in the K-12 Education Subcommittee of which Rep. Rokita is the Chairman, passed by a vote of 382 to 29.   “There are approximately 2 million children involved in our juvenile justice system, with many more at risk of entering it.  As a young attorney, a good deal of my efforts concerned at-risk youth.  I saw firsthand the effects that the system can have on these kids’ lives and futures, and how many children would come out of the system more hardened criminals.  That is why I support this measure which provides programs to assist our country’s most vulnerable.  This is an issue upon which all Americans can agree, and this bipartisan bill gives millions of American youth hope f
ROKITA LEADS ON ZIKA SOLUTION, INTRODUCES FULLY PAID-FOR PLAN Washington, D.C. – Today, Rep. Todd Rokita, Vice-Chairman of the U.S. House Committee on the Budget, introduced H.R. 6040, the Zero Impacted Kids in America (ZIKA) Act, providing a fully paid-for, commonsense approach to funding Zika virus research.  By reducing other social entitlement spending, the ZIKA Act is able to completely pay for the Zika virus research sought by both Republicans and Democrats in a way that will not add to our national debt. “Americans want a cure and prevention for Zika, and funding such research is a huge priority.  Americans and their representatives should now decide what is a lesser priority so that Zika research is fully funded.  Without paying for new priorities, we add to the debt and put our children’s quality of life in jeopardy.  This would only solve a problem by enlarging another.  That is why my bill provides the Zika research funding sought by both sides of the aisle in a w
September 19, 2016 - Rokita Report
Dear Friend, Thank you for the opportunity to update you on the work of the 114th Congress.  I trust this finds you and your family well, as we work together to bring Hoosier common sense to Washington. For daily updates, please take a moment to "Like" my Facebook page by clicking here  or follow me on Twitter if you prefer  @ToddRokita.   In this week's Rokita Report Up Close In Baton Rouge Educational Opportunities Lead to Careers Investigating DOE Role in ITT Closure Fully Funded Zika Legislation   Up Close in Baton Rouge Last weekend, I joined with eight other members of the House of Representatives for a survey of flood damage in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  It was an honor to bring the thoughts and prayers of Hoosiers to Louisiana, and I would like to thank all of the Indiana organizations that have already volunteered their time and resources to helping those affected by this storm.  As a member of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and the Vice-Chairman of the
ROKITA QUESTIONS DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ON ITT TECH DEMANDS INFORMATION ON DEPARTMENT MOTIVES, INTENTIONS, BIASES, AND POLITICS   Washington, D.C. – Today, Rep. Todd Rokita questioned James Runcie, the Chief Operating Officer of the Office of Federal Student Aid, in a letter asking for more information and data related to the government rules that ultimately forced Indiana-based ITT Educational Services, Inc. to close.  As a member of the Education and the Workforce Committee, and Chairman of the K-12 subcommittee, Rep. Rokita has long been an advocate for increased higher education options for both Hoosiers and all Americans.  “The Obama administration’s targeting of for-profit colleges has led to a decrease in education options at a time when the workforce is demanding more training and skills from its workers.  The Department’s unwillingness to reassess the situation as the results became clear, and lack of corrective actions, would have put any institution in a tough s

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