PROBLEM SOLVERS CAUCUS MEETS WITH ACTOR CHRIS EVANS TO DISCUSS BIPARTISANSHIP
WASHINGTON – This week, members of the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus, comprised of 25 Republicans and 25 Democrats, held a virtual caucus meeting with actors Chris Evans and Mark Kassen, to learn more about the launch of their upcoming website, A Starting Point (ASP), a platform dedicated to bipartisan civic engagement.
“If we want to get things done, we have to work together,” said Problem Solvers Caucus Co-Chairs Reps. Tom Reed (R-NY) and Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ). “We’re looking forward to the kick off of ASP and are excited about this opportunity to be a place of respectful dialogue between both parties.”
A Starting Point will launch later this summer and will feature videos of lawmakers from both sides of the aisle discussing various policies.
Below: Actors Chris Evans and Mark Kassen join virtual Problem Solvers Caucus meeting.
The Problem Solvers Caucus is a bipartisan group in Congress comprising 50 members – equally divided between Democrats and Republicans – who are committed to forging bipartisan cooperation on key issues. It is co-chaired by Congressman Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) and Congressman Tom Reed (R-NY).