Suzanne Bonamici

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Suzanne Bonamici
U.S. Representative from Oregon's 1st Congressional District
From: January 31, 2012 – present
Predecessor David Wu
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Former State Senator from Oregon's 17th District
From: May 19, 2008 – November 21, 2011
Predecessor Brad Avakian
Successor Elizabeth Steiner Hayward
Former State Representative from Oregon's 34th District
From: January 2, 2007 – May 19, 2008
Predecessor Brad Avakian
Successor Chris Harker
Party Democrat
Spouse(s) Michael H. Simon

Suzanne Marie Bonamici (born October 14, 1954, age 66) is the Democrat Party representative from Oregon's 1st congressional district in the U.S. House, having been first elected to the position in a 2012 special election to succeed then-resigning David Wu. Bonamici is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and serves on the Climate Crisis Committee. She is also a sponsor of the totalitarian Green New Deal and Medicare for All bills.

U.S. House of Representatives

Bonamici was named by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi to the House Select Committee on Climate Change in February 2019.[1]

Along with other Oregon Democrats, Rep. Bonamici has pushed for the EPA to justify the usage of a pesticide deemed "highly toxic" to bees.[2]

Bonamici joined fifteen House Democrats in April 2020 calling for the immediate replenishing of the Paycheck Protection Program relief fund.[3]


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