Congressman Brad Sherman, born and raised in Southern California represents much of California’s San Fernando Valley, parts of the Westside and is serving his fourteenth term in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Congressman Sherman is a senior member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and the House Financial Services Committee.
The 32nd Congressional District includes the communities of Bel-Air, Bell Canyon, Beverly Glen, Brentwood, Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Encino, Malibu, North Hills, Northridge, Pacific Palisades, Reseda, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Tarzana, Topanga, West Hills, Winnetka, and Woodland Hills.
In the News
Congress members urge removal of UN official for antisemitism exposed by ToI
11 House representatives call on UN chief to oust Palestinian rights official Francesca Albanese for comments, saying her anti-Jewish bias ‘undermines credibility.’ Times of Israel, January 24, 2023 UNITED NATIONS — US Congress members on Monday called for the removal of a UN Palestinian rights official over antisemitic comments exposed by The Times of Israel….
Rep. Sherman to Host Telephone Town Hall with Ukrainian Ambassador Tonight at 7pm
ANCHOR: As Russia continues its attacks on Ukraine, the US is responding with continued support for the Ukrainian people. morning to tell us more.
Rep. Sherman pitches Kobe, Gianna Bryant Copter-Safety Bill
San Fernando Valley Rep. Brad Sherman said Thursday he will introduce a bill directing the Federal Aviation Administration to outfit all helicopters
More than $196 Million in Emergency Funding Slotted for 4 San Fernando Valley Colleges
LOS ANGELES (CNS) — More than $196 million in emergency funding will be made available to four San Fernando Valley colleges under the American
House Dem to Blinken on Hamas attacks: ‘Every one of these rockets was a war crime’
California Democratic Rep. Brad Sherman denounced Hamas’ rocket attacks, saying Monday that each of the 4,500 fired on Israel constituted a “war crime.”
‘It’s time for China to blink first,’ says Rep. Sherman, who leads the drive to delist China stocks
The time has long passed for Washington to force Chinese companies to provide the same investor protections that U.S. companies have for decades,