Ruben Gallego

US House of Representatives

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Arizona Congressman Ruben Gallego serves as a Senior Whip for the Democratic Caucus, Whip of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, and Vice Chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. He currently serves on the House Armed Services and Natural Resources Committees. 

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