Scottsdale District Office
10603 North Hayden Rd., Ste. 108
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Phone: (480) 946-2411*
Fax: (480) 946-2446
*For agency related matters please call to make an appointment.
Washington, DC Office
2059 Rayburn HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Phone: (202) 225-2190
Fax: (202) 225-0096
“In September I spoke on the importance of dynamic or “macroeconomic” scoring and the need to have accurate economic modeling or predictions when looking at the future costs of legislation. Dynamic scoring uses a larger number of variables to evaluate policies, which on the surface may appear similar but have significantly different economic effects. While two policy options might cost the same at the outset, one may lead to vast economic expansion while the other does little to move our economy forward.”
Representative David Schweikert is accepting applications for full and part time congressional interns for Spring 2018 in his Arizona and D.C. offices. Candidates should be motivated, detail-oriented, multi-tasking, and service-oriented students looking to learn more about the civic responsibilities of a congressional office. Interested applicant should submit their applications by November 30th, 2017.
Rep David Schweikert of Arizona's 6th Congressional District, along with his Republican colleagues, outlined their tax reform guidelines for the 2017 tax reform efforts in a September press conference.
Rep. Schweikert: “When you hear us talk about simplicity, fairness, growth – don’t underestimate that word ‘simplicity’ … That simplicity is going to be a really powerful gift to the American people if we do our jobs.” (17:10-18:55)
This legislation is a tool of responsible debt management, once the debt ceiling is reached. Once enacted, the Secretary is required to issue GDP-linked bonds (“trills”) to pay the principal and interest on the public debt. This authorizes the President to rescind certain unobligated balances, estimated to be over $900billion, in addition to selling off mortgage-related assets.
We have a math problem in this country. By FY2027, CBO projects only 11% of our budget will be designated to discretionary spending (medical research, environment, education, etc), while the rest goes to mandatory spending. Rep Schweikert uses demographics to highlight one of the greatest threats to our society--out of control government spending.
One of the most important things I do as a Representative in Congress is help constituents deal with federal agencies. Although I cannot override the decisions made by a federal agency, I can intervene on a person's behalf to answer questions, find solutions or just cut through the red tape.
Below you will find a list of some of the agencies our office can assist you with. You are encouraged to contact our District Office at (480) 946-2411 in order to have your concerns reviewed.
You may be asked to submit a brief summary of your case and complete a Privacy Release Form to comply with the Privacy Act Law before an inquiry can be made to the agency.