ItsZippy23

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ItsZippy23
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House Majority Leader
Assumed office
January 27, 2021
SpeakerBrihimia
Preceded bySteny Hoyer
Chair of the Select Committee on Intelligence
Assumed office
January 27, 2021
Preceded byAdam Schiff
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Atlantic's 1st district
Assumed office
January 23, 2021
Preceded byDistrict established
Deputy Chair of the Democratic National Committee
Assumed office
December 16, 2021
Personal details
Born
ItsZippy23

(1974-08-23) August 23, 1974 (age 47)
Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.
Political partyDemocratic
Spouse(s)Kiley Miner
Children2
Education Syracuse University (BA)

ItsZippy23 is an American politician serving as the Representative for Atlantic's 1st congressional district as well as the House Majority Leader since 2021. A Democrat, he represents the region of New England.

Zippy is the second highest Democrat in the house, only behind Brihimia, the Speaker of the House.

Zippy is also a Deputy Chair of the Democratic National Committee, serving under Chair GoogMastr.

Early Life, Education, and Career[edit]

Zippy was born on August 23rd, 1974 in Hartford, Connecticut and grew up Durham, Connecticut and graduated from Coginchaug Regional High School. He graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in Political Science and Journalism. Zippy worked as a political reported for the New York Times before joining congress.

House of Representatives and Majority Leader (2021-present)[edit]

Zippy was elected in January 2021 to Atlantic's 1st congressional district, winning with 49% of the vote.

Zippy was elected to become the Majority Leader of the House, winning an internal vote and then defeating blockdenied on a floor vote. Speaking on the house floor after the election, he said that "the American people need selfless governance now more than ever."[1]

Zippy was a manager in the Second Impeachment of Donald Trump.

Committee Assignments[edit]

Political Positions[edit]

Zippy is a liberal democrat.

Foreign Affairs[edit]

On January 31st, 2021, Zippy wrote a letter alongside 9 of his congressional Democratic colleagues asking President Ninjjadragon to revoke the decision to leave the World Health Organization[2]. The letter was met with swift rebuke from President Ninjja, stating the Administration would continue the withdraw from the WHO.

Gun Control[edit]

Zippy introduced the Universal Background Check Act on February 14th, 2021, the third anniversary of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.

Voting Rights[edit]

Zippy introduced the Electoral Reform and Voting Rights Act of 2021. In a statement, Zippy said that, "Protecting and preserving our democracy is important and vital to our society. Our government needs to work on passing reforms to make sure all people have the right to vote and for our democracy to work for everyone and all."[3]

Personal Life[edit]

Zippy is married to Kiley Miner since 2009 and they have two kids, Evan and Morgan. He is a reform Jew. He is a fan of the New York Mets.[4]

Electoral History[edit]

2021[edit]

January 2021 Atlantic's 1st congressional district election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic ItsZippy23 2,702,246 49.06%
Civics People's therealg0ld 2,031,266 36.88%
Christian Co-Op Charlemagne108 774,265 14.06%
Total votes 5,507,777 100.00%
Democratic gain from Civics People's
May 2021 United States Senate Election in Atlantic
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic ItsZippy23 14,115,393 53.69%
Republican Gunnz011 12,173,834 46.31%
Total votes 26,289,227 100.0%
Democratic gain from Republican

Non-Canon[edit]

Zippy joined political life as a list member of the House in 2019. He resigned in middle February 2020 to take a seat in the Atlantic Assembly, where he became minority leader. He soon returned to the house, and was elected in the June 2020 United States House of Representatives election as Representative for AC-3,with the largest margin in any race of that election. He was appointed chair of the House Oversight committee. During that term. he introduced the America Moves Forward Act, an act which was signed into law by acting-President TopProspect17 in September 2019. He unsuccessfully ran for Senate in September 2020 against then-House Minority Leader Gunnz011. He returned to the House and became Majority Leader under skiboy625, and then Nazbol909. Zippy was long suited as a gubernatorial candidate in the November 2020 Atlantic gubernatorial election to challenge incumbent Governor MyHouseIsOnFire, as one of the few Democrats who could potentially beat Fire. He lost with 46% of the vote. Zippy served as the state chair of the Atlantic Democrats from May 2020 until December 2020, when he was elected as a Deputy Chair of the Democratic National Committee.

Electoral History (Non-Canon)[edit]

2020[edit]

June 2020 Atlantic's 3rd congressional district election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic ItsZippy23 4,555,691 74%
Republican Hmm2525 1,578,863 26%
Total votes 5,971,563 100.0%
Democratic hold
September 2020 United States Senate Election in Atlantic
Party Candidate Votes %
Civics People's Gunnz011 8,818,738 51.01%
Democratic ItsZippy23 8,470,483 48.99%
Total votes 17,289,221 100.0%
Civics People's gain from Democratic
November 2020 Atlantic gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes %
Civics People's _MyHouseIsOnFire_ / Aubrion 8,162,590 54.0%
Democratic ItsZippy23 / President_Dewey 6,963,280 46.0%
Total votes 15,125,870 100.0%
Civics People's hold
  1. "Statement from Representative ItsZippy23 on his election as House Majority Leader".
  2. "House Majority Leader ItsZippy23 writes a letter to President NinjjaDragon on the United States' Membership in the WHO".
  3. "Statement from House Majority Leader ItsZippy23 on introduction of the Electoral Reform and Voting Rights Act of 2021".
  4. "Meet The Newest Representative from New England". Boston Globe. January 26, 2021. Retrieved March 14, 2021.