WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Tom Kean, Jr. (R-NJ) has joined the Problem Solvers Caucus for the 118th Congress.
“I joined the Problem Solvers Caucus to help find solutions for families and businesses in New Jersey. Every day of gridlock in Washington is another day that issues impacting my constituents at home go unaddressed. This Congress needs to lead in a time when partisan gridlock often derails progress. I look forward to working with the Problem Solvers Caucus to find common sense solutions to cut inflation, build a 21st century economy that promotes innovation, and keep our communities safe,” Kean said.
The Problem Solvers Caucus is an independent member-driven group in Congress, comprised of representatives from across the country – equally divided between Democrats and Republicans – committed to finding common ground on many of the key issues facing the nation.
Co-Chaired by Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) and Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA), the Caucus’ aim is to create a durable bloc that champions ideas that appeal to a broad spectrum of the American people. It is a group united in the idea that there are commonsense solutions to many of the country’s toughest challenges.