Congressman Adam Schiff has represented California's 28th Congressional District for nine terms. In that time, he has focused on growing the economy, bolstering national security, and strengthening our communities and small businesses. He is currently the Ranking Member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, where he is the driving force behind the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Previously, he served on the Benghazi Select Committee.
he has built a considerable reputation for his prowess on foreign policy issues. He has advanced efforts to ensure the safety of all Americans by addressing nuclear proliferation, and is the author of the Nuclear Forensics and Attribution Act, which President Obama signed into law on February 16, 2010. Schiff has also been a leader on human rights, and a forceful advocate for recognition of the Armenian Genocide, introducing resolutions and giving numerous floor speeches on the matter. He has co-founded and chairs the Congressional Caucus for Freedom of the Press in May 2006, which aims to advance press freedom around the world by creating a forum to combat and condemn media censorship and the persecution of journalists around the world, and he authored of the Daniel Pearl Freedom of the Press Act, signed into law by President Obama on May 17, 2010.