Three Reps join ‘Problem Solvers Caucus’ in US House

FILE - The chamber of the House of Representatives is seen at the Capitol in Washington, Feb. 28, 2022. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

RALEIGH — Three freshmen U.S. Reps. have joined the Problem Solvers Caucus in Congress. 

Democrats Don Davis (NC-01) and Wiley Nickel (NC-13) and Republican Chuck Edwards (NC-11) officially joined the group, which now has over 60 members of both parties. Twenty-four new members joined the caucus this term. 

“I’m excited to join a group of colleagues who are focused on delivering real solutions to the kitchen-table issues that affect the day-to-day lives of Western North Carolinians,” said Edwards in a statement. 

Nickel added, I look forward to working with Democrats and Republicans on the Problem Solvers Caucus to get things done for the American people.”