Brad Sherman

US House of Representatives (D-CA)

Guest

Democratic Congressman representing the Southern California's 27th District in the San Fernando Valley, first elected in 1997; member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Judiciary Committee and House Financial Services Committee; one of the six original co-sponsors of the Armenian Genocide resolution; tax lawyer and accountant

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Rep. Brad Sherman, who represents the San Fernando Valley, sent his colleagues a draft article of impeachment, along with a letter asking for their support.

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