Welcome from the Co-Chairs

On behalf of the Problem Solvers Caucus’ members, we welcome you to our official website.  We are all tired of the obstructionism in Washington where partisan politics is too often prioritized over governing and what is best for the country. This is why the Problem Solvers Caucus was formed, and why we are on a mission to change the culture of D.C. We are a bipartisan group of Members of Congress organized to get to "yes" to help solve some of our country’s most pressing challenges. Every week we are in Washington, you will find Problem Solvers, proud Democrats and Republicans, seated together around a table, debating, listening, and working together to help solve these issues.

Latest News

January 22, 2021 Press Release
Today, the Problem Solvers Caucus announced its members for the 117th Congress, including sixteen new members, bringing the Caucus’ total membership to 28 Democrats and 28 Republicans.
January 20, 2021 Press Release
"Today, the Problem Solvers Caucus congratulates Joe Biden on being sworn in as our 46th President. Our nation is at a critical juncture: after an horrific assault on our Capitol, a raging pandemic, and families and small businesses hurting, millions of Americans are looking for our country to come together...
January 13, 2021 Press Release
Today, a bipartisan, bicameral group led by the Problem Solvers Caucus Co-Chairs Representatives Tom Reed (R-NY-23) and Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ-5), along with three U.S. Senators, released the following letter, signed by 38 members of the Senate and House, urging the President to address the nation and unequivocally denounce domestic terrorism and urge anyone considering mobilizing to threaten democratic institutions to stay home.
January 6, 2021 Press Release
The behavior we witnessed in the U.S. Capitol is entirely un-American. This was not a peaceful protest – this was an insurrection.
January 6, 2021 Press Release
Today, Wednesday, January 6, 2021, the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus released the following principles on election security and the electoral college. The statement illustrates that proud Republicans and proud Democrats share the same basic, commonsense values regarding our democratic system.