Examples of congressman in a Sentence
a former congressman who is now a senator
Recent Examples of congressman from the Web
Despite Morgan’s poor and somewhat arrogant showing, Untermyer and the Pujo Committee, named after the Louisiana congressman who chaired it, could not prove their grand economic conspiracy.
The redesignation has been advocated for years by congressman and former Mayor Emanuel Cleaver.
Roskam's campaign is looking at a possible alternative time for students to come to meet with the congressman to discuss gun safety, said Veronica Vera, spokeswoman for Roskam's campaign.
Indiana congressman and Senate candidate Todd Rokita is out with a new ad pronouncing his unflinching support for Trump, and criticizing his GOP primary opponents for not embracing the president.
The meme, which was posted by King's campaign team, prompted hundreds of comments, many of them criticizing the congressman and defending González.
The lieutenant governor and congressman are neutral in the race.
Bill Brewster is a retired Oklahoma congressman and lobbyist who served on the boards of the Safari Club and the NRA.
Cuomo last week was endorsed by the state’s largest union while DeFrancisco won the support of GOP congressmen and state legislators.
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CONGRESSMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of congressman for English Language Learners
: someone (especially a man) who is a member of a congress and especially of the U.S. House of Representatives
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