Former congressman Rodney Davis shares thoughts on Congressional chaos
Republicans have no clear idea who will be U.S. House speaker, leaving an unprecedented power vacuum in Congress. The Republicans met October 9, Monday evening, at the Capitol as anger spilled out, with no clear path forward. The vacancy severely limits America’s ability to quickly respond to the crisis in Israel. The ousted former speaker, Kevin McCarthy, has quickly jumped into the void, positioning himself as a de facto Republican leader. - Associated Press
After ten years representing Central Illinois in congress, Rodney Davis lost a primary challenge to fellow Republican Mary Miller, who was backed by former President Donald Trump. Davis was long-considered one of the most bipartisan members of Congress. The Taylorville Republican is now a managing director for Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies, providing counsel to the firm’s government relations clients.
Former 13th Congressional District representative (R)
Managing Director, Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies, Washington D.C.