Politicians and Election, Vote in Freedom, Actively Participate in Democracy, Vote for Change, Online referendum
left right close

Vicky Hartzler

> United States of America > Politicians > Republican Party (United States) > Vicky Hartzler
Vicky Hartzler is ready for your opinion, support and vote. Vote online NOW!
Republican
 
photo Vicky Hartzler

Vicky Hartzler - for

The U.S. Representative for Missouri's 4th congressional district, serving since 2011.
 NO! Hartzler

Vicky Hartzler - against

Click, if you do not support Vicky Hartzler. Say why.

Online election results for "Vicky Hartzler" in graph.

graph
Graph online : Vicky Hartzler
Full functionality only if Javascript and Flash is enabled
ENG: Vicky Jo Hartzler (born Vicky Jo Zellmer on October 13, 1960) is the U.S. Representative for Missouri's 4th congressional district. She is a member of the Republican Party. She represented District 124 in the Missouri House from 1995 to 2000. Early life Hartzler was raised on a farm near Archie, a rural community south of Kansas City. She currently lives near Harrisonville. She attended the University of Missouri where she graduated summa cum laude with a B.S. in Education, and attended Central Missouri State University where she graduated with a M.S. in Education. Missouri legislature Before running for State Representative in 1994, Hartzler taught family and consumer sciences for 11 years in Missouri high schools. Her accomplishments included leadership on legislation ...
for33against   In my opinion Vicky Hartzler is quite good politician. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), positive
for33against   I do not agree. Vicky Hartzler is bad choice. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), negative
Current preference ratio
for Vicky Hartzler

Hartzler: It's time to pass the balanced budget amendment


Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler is leading efforts in the U.S. House to pass a Balanced Budget Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. As part of the August debt limit agreement, the House and Senate will have to vote between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31 on a balanced budget amendment. Hartzler, a co-sponsor of the amendment, is urging Representatives and Senators to approve what is truly the only effective way to get a grip on out-of-control Washington spending — and to pass the balanced budget amendment. “It is time for Washington to live within its means as American families must do,” ...


Hartzler says defense cuts are too drastic


The Super Committee charged with coming up with a trillion dollars in budget recommendationshas failed, and Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler says now defense spending is on the line. She says President Obama has defended those cuts as necessary for balancing the budget, and that’s not the case. She calls him irresponsible as Commander in Cheif to let the funding take a hit. She says the percentage of the budget allocated to defense spending is already the lowest its been in years, and more cuts would cripple national security. But not everyone in Congress agrees. She says she’ll be ...


Hartzler's Gay Marriage Stance Questioned By Student


A Republican congresswoman was put on the defensive this week by a gay student who questioned her controversial views on marriage equality. While speaking to a conservative group in Washington, D.C., at the beginning of June, Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.) likened allowing gay marriage to legalizing polygamy, incest and letting a 3-year-old get a driver's license. "The government has to set some parameters,” Hartzler said. At a public forum in Missouri on Wednesday, a Missouri med student asked Hartzler to explain her views. "We’re not the ones changing the policy, OK, so you ...


[TOP 4]

> Vicky Hartzler > News

Hartzler applauds vote rebuking UN’s anti-Israel vote
WASHINGTON—Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.) released the following statement following the passage of a bipartisan House resolution condemning the recent United Nations Security Council’s anti-Israel vote. The U.N.’s measure proceeded only after the Obama Administration failed to use its veto power to block the vote, effectively dismissing years of U.S. policy on the matter: “This President seems committed to making sure the Middle East remains unstable while alienating our allies. I am proud to co-sponsor this measure and stand with Israel, our democratic friend and strongest partner in the Middle East. We must work to promote peace and stability, not undermine it. In the House, we will continue to strengthen our relationship with Israel and work to reverse this Administration’s actions to further divide the region.” Hartzler represents Missouri’s Fourth Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.   # # #  
Hartzler REINS in Excessive Executive Regulation
WASHINGTON—Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.) on Thursday voted for the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act, to check the executive branch against legislating by executive fiat. “Over the last eight years, Americans have been inundated with regulation after regulation and rule after rule from the administration,” Hartzler, an original co-sponsor of the bill, said. “They are tired of it.” “Congress alone has the power to make laws,” Hartzler continued, “and this bill makes sure legislative authority remains in the hands of the people’s elected representatives, not unelected Washington bureaucrats.” The REINS Act would require both chambers of Congress to approve of major rules – those with an economic impact of more than $100 million – issued by the executive branch and its sea of regulatory agencies, which effectively have the force of law. “Over the past five years, 82 major rules have been issued each year, costing Am
Hartzler, House roll back last-minute executive regulations
WASHINGTON—Rep. Vicky Hartzler, (R-Mo.) on Wednesday voted for the Midnight Rules Relief Act, a bill designed to allow Congress to overturn executive branch regulations finalized in the last 60 legislative days of an outgoing Presidential administration. Hartzler, an original co-sponsor of the bill, lauded the bill as a part of House Republicans’ efforts to rein in executive regulations and restore legislative power to Congress. “Americans are tired of the crush of regulations coming from unelected bureaucrats,” Hartzler said. “This week we are taking bold steps to roll back what has become an overbearing executive regulatory machine and ensure all laws are made by the legislature – as the Constitution prescribes.” The Midnight Rules Relief Act specifically amends the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to allow Congress to reclaim the ability to effectively curtail multiple regulations hurried through the regulatory process in the final days of an outgoing Administration al
A new Congress and a golden opportunity to REIN in government red tape
Regulations are important, but when taken to extremes, they hamper prosperity and degrade the well-being of hardworking Americans. Under the eight years of the Obama Administration, America has seen an unprecedented surge in the number of regulations Currently, federal regulations imposed on America’s families and job creators add up to roughly $15,000 in economic costs per household per year. That is money that could be spent on a child’s education, paying off bills, or saving for the future. In 2015, for instance, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was responsible for 9 of the 43 total major rules (those with an economic impact of $100 million or more), adding a regulatory burden of more than $11 billion. One of President Obama’s regulations in particular, the Clean Power Plan, accounts for $7.2 billion in annual costs, according to the EPA. This increase means hardworking American families’ electricity bills will, as the President put it, “necessarily skyrocke



 
load menu