Join us for a fascinating conversation between Congressman Eric Swalwell and Congresswoman Katherine Clark as they discuss Congressman Swalwell's new book, Endgame: Inside the Impeachment of Donald J. Trump. Click here to register for this Zoom event.
Endgame is an inside look from a member of the House Intelligence and Judiciary committees at what happened and what it means for our nation’s immediate future. Our current pandemic and racial crises, John Bolton’s late revelations, and the Russian bounty scandal once again have underscored the book’s theme: President Trump putting his personal political interests above the needs of the American people. The book not only gives readers an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at impeachment but also how it set the stage for this November’s election, and what’s at stake now.
Congressman Eric Swalwell, 39, is serving his fourth term representing California’s 15th Congressional District in the East Bay near San Francisco. He serves on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and on the House Committee on the Judiciary, and is co-chair of the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee. He also is founder and chairman emeritus of Future Forum, a group of young House Democrats focused upon outreach to millennials – the nation’s biggest, most diverse and best-educated generation. He earned his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Maryland and served as a county prosecutor and a city councilman before winning his House seat in 2012 by defeating a 40-year incumbent.
Congresswoman Katherine Clark has been a force for change, effective legislator, and tireless advocate for Massachusetts’s Fifth Congressional District since her election in 2013. Upon helping secure the House Democratic majority in 2018 she was chosen by her colleagues to serve as the Vice Chair of the Democratic Caucus - making her the second highest ranking woman in Congress. She also serves on the powerful Appropriations Committee where she fights for families by focusing on livable wages, paid leave, child care, a green economy, and expanding access to affordable health care and education. Following the tragic shooting at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Rep. Clark partnered with civil rights icon John Lewis to lead the historic sit-in on the House Floor, calling on the then Republican-controlled body to allow votes on common sense gun safety measures. Prior to her election to Congress, Katherine served as Massachusetts state senator, state representative, and school committee member. Katherine and her husband Rodney live in Melrose, Massachusetts with their three sons Addison, Jared, and Nathaniel, and their rescue dog Bodie.