Susan Davis (CA)

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Template:OtherUses Susan A. Davis is a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives, representing the 53rd district of California.

Indivisible connections

Jean-Huy Tran May 8 2020 ·

Regular Indivisible meeting with Rep. Susan Davis.


Jessica Mier, Cindy Dickinson, Nancy Cottingham, Larry Cousins, Bernadette Latin, Maria Bojorqueza

Jean-Huy Tran November 26 2019 · San Diego, CA ·

Today, the coalition of Indivisible groups in district 53 had our regular meeting with our Congresswoman Susan Davis. We discussed about Medicare For All & immunization for asylum seekers.

  1. meetyourreps #indivisible #cd53 #susandavis #medicareforall #immigration #civicengagement.

— with Cindy Dickinson, Carolynn Crooks-Mueller, Sara Kennedy, Nancy Cottingham.

Supported by Council for a Livable World

The Council for a Livable World, founded in 1962 by long-time socialist activist and alleged Soviet agent, Leo Szilard, is a non-profit advocacy organization that seeks to "reduce the danger of nuclear weapons and increase national security", primarily through supporting progressive, congressional candidates who support their policies. The Council supported Susan Davis in his successful House of Representatives run as candidate for California.[1]

Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus

In May 2013, Susan Davis was listed as an associate member the of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus.[2]

J Sreet endorsement

In 2008 Davis was endorsed by JStreet PAC.[3]

The socialist infiltrated, anti-Israel "two state solution" JStreet PAC endorsed Susan Davis in her 2014 Congressional race. [4]

JStreet endorsed her again 2016.

. Her personal connection to Israel, forged decades ago when she lived as a volunteer on Kibbutz Degania Bet, has helped to make her one of Capitol Hill’s most consistent champions for Middle East peace. [5]

ARA endorsement

Alliance for Retired Americans endorsed Susan Davis in 2012.[6]

PDA contact

In 2013 Progressive Democrats of America assigned activists to deliver their material to almost every US Congressman and Senator, Dawn Dershem, was signed as the contact for Rep. Davis.[7]

EMILY's List

Davis has been supported by EMILY's List during her campaigning.

New Democrat Coalition, 113th Congress

In the 113th Congress, 50 members of the House of Representatives belonged to the New Democrat Coalition, including:[8]

2018 Cuba visit

February 2018 Cuban President Raul Castro received a bicameral delegation of US lawmakers.


"During the meeting they discussed matters of interest to both countries," the Cuban government said in a statement.

The delegation, led by Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont,comprised of Senators Ron Wyden of Oregon and Michigan's Gary Peters, along with representatives Kathy Castor of Florida, Jim McGovern of Massachusetts and Susan Davis of California.

Leahy has been one of the most active politicians inside the Capitol in advocating the improvement of US-Cuba relations, which defrosted somewhat in 2014 under Barack Obama after half a century of tension.[9]

Led by Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy, the U.S. legislators met with Carlos Fernandez de Cossio, the newly appointed director for United States in the Cuban Foreign Ministry.

The lawmakers are reportedly on a "fact-finding trip" concerning changes in the Cuba policy introduced by the Trump administration following alleged health incidents involving US diplomats in Havana.

"A pleasure to welcome U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy and the congressional delegation (…) Enjoyed a constructive and candid dialogue," Fernandez de Cossio posted on his Twitter account. The Cuban diplomat is said to have told the visitors during the meeting that no evidence has been found by either Cuba or the US regarding the cause of those incidents.[10]

Green New Deal

Rep. Susan Davis, D-San Diego, signed on to the Green New Deal on March 2019, following months of phone calls and protests outside her office by local environmental groups.

Activists in the region with SanDiego350, Indivisible and Sunrise Movement have ramped up pressure on local members of Congress to support the climate change proposal since February.

“I definitely think we’re making a difference,” said Masada Disenhouse, executive director of SanDiego350, who help organize numerous protests outside of Davis’ San Diego office. “There’s no question that Representative Davis is cosponsoring the Green New Deal as a direct result of our campaign.”

Davis said that pressure by activists was not a factor in her decision.

“As my constituents know, I always take a deliberative and thoughtful approach to legislation,” she said in an email. “It was important to me to study the bill and consult with experts and colleagues, and listen to my constituents carefully before signing onto such a broad proposal.”

The congresswoman posted the news on Twitter after she cosponsored the resolution, which calls on the federal government to draft legislation aimed at wiping out greenhouse emissions by 2030 while creating jobs in the renewable energy and other sectors.[11]

DSA pressure on Yemen Bill


IE DSA - Inland Empire Democratic Socialists of America July 8 2019.

URGENT: Tomorrow, Tuesday 7/9, the House Rules Committee will consider whether to allow a floor vote on Rep. Ro Khanna's legislation to end US participation in the Saudi-led war in Yemen (Amendment 339 to the National Defense Authorization Act.) The DSA International Committee urges members to call their reps in support.

The Congressional switchboard is 202-225-3121. You can say something like:

“I urge you to co-sponsor, speak out for and vote for the Khanna-Schiff amendment to end all U.S. participation in the Saudi-UAE war in Yemen. Yemeni kids' lives are hanging on your vote.”

Key Congress members — If your Rep is on this list, please contact them immediately and urge them to cosponsor Amendment 339:

Pelosi, Hoyer, Engel, Smith, Lieu, Nadler, Lowey, Jim Himes, Ted Deutch, Brad Sherman, Meeks, Bass, Connolly, Susan Davis, Jim McGovern, Langevin, Moulton, Gallego, Houlahan, Cicilline, Slotkin, Mikie Sherrill, Luria, Spanberger, Wild, Malinowski.

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