Barry Moore

Big government is coming for your privacy again. The Biden administration has vocalized support for working with corporations to develop a vaccine passport. This massive overreach comes at a time when governors are successfully working to return their states to normalcy. Pilling on unnecessary vaccine passports is just another way to complicate and politicize reopening efforts.

Further, it reveals hypocrisy in Democrats’ voting rights narrative.

Under liberal logic, requiring vaccine passports for sporting events is reasonable – but requiring photo ID at the voting booth is outrageous. Apparently, proof of identification is more important to attend a concert than to participate in our democracy.

Their double standard also applies to the crisis at our southern border.

Day by day, thousands of illegal immigrants are crossing the border without having been tested for COVID. Are they required to be vaccinated before entering the United States? No, but you and your family could be forced to – just to leave your house.

Six votes. This close victory sent Rep. Miller-Meeks to Congress to represent Iowa’s Second Congressional District. Despite these votes being counted, recounted and certified, her former opponent and Speaker Nancy Pelosi viewed this tight margin as a golden opportunity to steal Rep. Miller-Meeks’ seat.

In their desperate efforts, they bypassed the courts to use the Committee on House Administration to overturn the election results. Replacing a sitting member of Congress through a purely partisan process sets a dangerous precedent – one that I could not ignore.

To defend my friend and the Constitution I swore to uphold, I sent a letter to Speaker Pelosi denouncing her attempts to silence Iowa voters.

In the end, American democracy prevailed. Last week, Rep. Miller-Meeks’ Democrat opponent finally dropped her election challenge and conceded. What an incredible victory for Iowa and our election process.

Every day, members of the National Guard respond to emergencies across the nation. But depending on the circumstances behind their assignments, they may not be eligible for GI Bill benefits.

I want to change that.

As a former member of the Alabama National Guard, I’m honored to introduce legislation to ensure all National Guard members receive the benefits they deserve.

By removing the bureaucratic hurdles our National Guard encounters, we can expand the number of members eligible for these vital benefits. I’m proud to focus our first legislative efforts on this important issue and look forward to fighting for our American heroes during my time in Congress.

After several grueling weeks in the Swamp, I’ve enjoyed returning to sweet home Alabama. We’ve held several events across the district to meet with some of you and hear your concerns. I’ve always promised to be available and transparent, which includes answering your questions about the trajectory of our nation.

Your thoughts matter to me and my team. I hope you’ll share them with us at our next events. To stay informed on upcoming opportunities, please visit our website,, to sign up for our newsletter and visit our “Events” page.

Contact Me

Please reach out to my office at, calling (202) 225-2901, or mailing him at 1504 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515, Keeping close contact with you is my top priority as I am traveling between Alabama and Washington, D.C. As the 117th Congress gets to work, I hope you will stay updated on my activities by joining me at:

• Facebook page at U.S. Representative Barry Moore

• Twitter page at Rep. Barry Moore

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