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Debbie Dingell (D)

House District 12
Phone: 2022254071
Address: 116 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515


U.S. Rep. Debbie DINGELL, a Dearborn Democrat, is a third-term member of Congress and member of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. She's also a senior whip. The former Michigan Democratic Party National Committeewoman succeeded her late husband, John Dingell, in Congress in 2015.

Prior to being elected to Congress, Dingell worked as a consultant to the American Automobile Policy Council and served as chair of the elected Wayne State University Board of Governors. She worked 30 years at General Motors, leaving the corporation as a senior executive who led the GM Foundation. Prior to her election, she was listed as one of the "most influential women" in Washington, D.C. and Michigan.


Georgetown University - BSFS in Foreign Services and an MS in Liberal Studies


U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell was married to the late Congressman John DINGELL whom she followed to Congress before his passing.  




Energy & Commerce

  - Subcommitee Assignments

  • Health
  • Consumer Protection & Commerce
  • Environment & Climate Change

Natural Resources

   - Subcommittee Assignments

  • National Parks, Forests and Public Lands
  • Oversight & Investigations


Dearborn Office

19855 West Outer Drive, Suite 103-E

Dearborn, MI 48124

Phone: 313-278-2936

Ypsilanti Office

301 West Michigan Avenue, Suite 400

Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Phone: 734-481-1100


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Cancer Prevention Caucus, Founder & Co-Chair

Cargegivers Caucus

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Congressional Baby Caucus

Congressioanl Caucus on Foster Youth

Congressional Caucus on Poland

Congressional Caucus on U.S.-Lebanon Relations

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Congressional Childhood Cancer Causus

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Congressional Hunger Caucus

Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus

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Congressional Philanthropy Caucus

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Congressional Task Force on Alzheimer's Disease

Congressional Wildlife Refuge Caucus

Congressional Writer's Caucus

Cybersecurity Caucus

Czech Caucus, Co-Chair

House Cancer Caucus

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House Manufacturing Caucus

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International Exchange and Study Caucus

Invasive Species Caucus

Library of Congress Caucus

Northeast-Midwest Congressional Coalition

Rare Diseases Congressional Caucus

Religious Minorities in the Middle East Caucus

Peace Corps Caucus

Senior's Task Force

U.S.-China Working Group

Veterans' Jobs Caucus

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