from the desk of Representative Byron Donalds

As the holiday season ends and we celebrate the New Year, my office and I are eager to get back to work serving the people of Southwest Florida.

This month, the House of Representatives begins the second session of the 117th Congress and brings with it a renewed motivation to fight for the values of Florida’s 19th Congressional District. Since assuming office last January, my priorities refused to be wavered: ensuring
clean water for Southwest Florida, bringing fiscal responsibility to Washington, and working to cut bureaucratic red tape to give every American the opportunity to thrive and succeed. Protecting your wallet, your home, and the safety of our community continues to be a top priority of mine.

Last session, despite being in the Minority, Republicans in Congress stayed focused on the issues that matter most. We brought the kitchen-table issues that American families in Southwest Florida—and across the nation—are facing. Record high inflation, rising prices at the gas pump, empty shelves at grocery stores, the ongoing crisis at our southern border, unconstitutional vaccine mandates, and that’s just a few of the crises facing our nation. Last session, I was proud to introduce multiple pieces of legislation that focused on several issue areas:
advancing freedom in Cuba, securing the integrity of our elections, protecting Southwest Florida’s waterways, honoring the sacrifices of our fallen police officers, and much more. For a detailed list of the legislative measures that I introduced during the first session of this Congress, please visit

As we begin this new session, I am committed to supporting initiatives that bring economic relief to your family, strengthen our national security, and limit an overreaching federal government. As Southwest Florida prepares for the return of our seasonal residents, my office and I are currently scheduling both virtual and in-person Town Halls to provide the community with an update about recent legislative measures on Capitol Hill.

For regular updates on legislative announcements from my office, community events, and the latest news from Washington, I encourage you to sign up for my weekly newsletter online at

Byron Donalds
Member of Congress


Collier County Office
3299 Tamiami Trail East • Suite 105
Naples, FL 34112
Phone: 239.252.6225

Washington, DC Office
523 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202.225.2536

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