The Hungarian-American Congressional Caucus
 


Originally established by the late Hungarian-American Congressman Rep. Tom Lantos (D-CA) in 2003, the bipartisan Hungarian Caucus continues to provide a strong voice for Hungarian-American issues in Congress and seeks to promote constructive dialogue between Hungary and the 1.5 million Hungarian Americans in the US.

Since 2013, the Hungarian-American Caucus has been co-chaired by Represenatives Dennis Ross (R-FL), Marcy Kaptur (D-OH), Debbie Dingell (D-MI), and Andy Harris (R-MD), whose leadership has been insutrmental in the strengthening of Hungarian-American cultural, political, and economic relations. The twenty-five member Caucus also serves as an unvaluable tool for communication betwee the United States' Congress and the Hungarian National Assembly. 
 


Membership 

Currently, the Hungarian-American Congressional Caucus boasts 25 active members from 17 states.