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Congressman C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger

Representing the 2nd District of Maryland

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  • The Congressional Award

    Are you an outstanding young American? Earn the Congressional Award for your voluntary public service, personal development, physical fitness, or expedition! It is sponsored by the Congressional Award Foundation -- Congress' only charity. Learn more about the program and how to apply here.
  • Ruppersberger: Revoking Security Clearances from Dissenters a Dangerous Move

    Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger hopes President Trump does not act on his threats to revoke security clearances from some of our nation's leading security voices. In a letter published in the Washington Post, Dutch says that good leaders can take criticism and even welcome dissension. Read his letter here.
  • 2018 Congressional App Challenge

    Are you a tech-savvy high school student who dreams of being the next Mark Zuckerberg? Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger invites you to compete in the fourth annual "Congressional App Challenge," which will recognize the student who designs the best original new software application, or "app" for mobile, tablet or other computer devices on a platform of your choice. Click here to learn more about entering!
  • Ruppersberger Releases Report to Improve Government’s Cyber Security Efforts

    Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger released a new report aiming to strengthen the protection of government agencies and the American private sector against increasingly aggressive cyber attacks. "We all agree the digital threat is one of the most dangerous and prolific of modern times and I think it needs to be made a higher priority,” he said.
  • Dutch Accepts National League of Cities "President's Award"

    I couldn’t be prouder to accept this award on behalf of all American communities who are trying to do the right thing by investing in infrastructure, creating jobs, and spending tax dollars as efficiently as possible. These are the types of meat-and-potato issues that have a direct impact on communities and taxpayers across the country and Congressman Hultgren and I both believe they are too important to get caught up in party politics.