Congresswoman Jackie Speier

Proudly Representing San Francisco and the Peninsula


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About Jackie

Jackie Speier (pronounced SPEAR)
is a fearless fighter for women’s equality,
LGBTQ rights and the disenfranchised
who has dedicated her life to eliminating
government corruption while working to
strengthen America’s national and economic
security. She was named to Newsweek’s
list of 150 “Fearless Women” in the world
and one of “Politico's 50” most influential
people in American politics for bringing the
Me Too reckoning to Congress.




The METOO Congress Act


H.R. 4396, The Member and Employee Training and Oversight On Congress Act, or the ME TOO Congress Act, will require more transparency, overhaul the flawed complaint process, and provide better support for victims and whistleblowers. This bipartisan bill – introduced with Representatives Ryan Costello (R-PA), Ann McLane Kuster (D-NH), Bruce Poliquin (R-ME), Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA), and Jamie Raskin (D-MD) – will require mandatory annual training for Members and staff, implement climate surveys to show the true scope of this problem, afford interns and fellows access to the same resources and protections as full-time staff, end forced mediation, and overhaul the process by which Congressional staffers report sexual harassment. Companion legislation has been introduced by Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) in the U.S. Senate.

To find out whether your congressional representative is a cosponsor of the ME TOO Congress Act, please click here.

Constituent Outreach

Constituent Outreach

During this critical time for our country, I am very interested in hearing your concerns and answering your questions. My first priority, and that of my staff, is to serve the people of California’s 14th Congressional District. Please visit the Contact Jackie page to send me a message and learn about the different ways my office can better serve you.

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