Yesterday, President Joe Biden announced sweeping new mandates for the COVID-19 vaccine. These new mandates cover the federal government as well as the private sector and will impact over 100 million Americans.
Congresswoman Diana Harshbarger is excited to announce she will be hosting the first annual Military Service Academy Day for students and their parents who would like to learn about the educational opportunities available at the United States Service Academies on September 18, 2021.
In the wake of the attack that killed at least 12 U.S. service members and 60 Afghans at the Kabul airport Thursday, Rep. Diana Harshbarger is calling for the impeachment of President Joe Biden.
In a statement, the congresswoman blamed Biden for a “disastrous withdrawal” in Afghanistan and accused the president of having no plan to get Americans and allies out of the country.
Congresswoman Diana Harshbarger released the following statement about President Biden’s mishandling of the Afghanistan withdrawal.
Congresswoman Diana Harshbarger released the following statement about her vote against H.R. 4.
U.S. Rep. Diana Harshbarger said Friday that America’s allies are thinking they can’t trust the U.S to keep its word to defend their nations because the Biden Administration has essentially “abandoned” its own citizens and longtime supporters in Afghanistan in the face of the recent Taliban takeover there.
Congresswoman Diana Harshbarger is excited to announce the launch of the 2021 Congressional App Challenge (CAC) competition for middle and high school students residing in Tennessee’s First Congressional District.
Tennessee U.S. Rep. Diana Harshbarger, R-1st, has introduced the Department of Homeland Security Contract Reporting Act of 2021 in Congress.
This bill requires the department to provide a public daily report of all DHS headquarters and component contract awards over $4 million.
The Fourth of July weekend just got a little sweeter for Blountville resident Dagmar Burke.
Burke’s father was a World War II veteran who died in 1987. Her father, Charles Robert Congos, earned four medals, a pin and a badge for his service in the United States Army. Now, Burke has been reunited with her father’s medals thanks to U.S. Rep. Diana Harshbarger and her team.