Which tech companies will be in the spotlight for the 2020 federal election?
Recode has compiled a list of the top tech companies to watch in the 2020 election.
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Housekeeping: The office of the House of Representatives, which handles the day-to-day running of the country’s government.
Housekeepers typically do a variety of jobs for lawmakers, from scheduling legislation and votes to maintaining their offices and decorating them.
House of Business: The U.S. House’s business and commerce committee.
The committee deals with economic policy and regulations and has jurisdiction over many of the same issues as the House.
Senate: The Senate chamber, which is the chamber of the U.s.
Senate, where lawmakers are seated.
Senate rules and procedures have changed over the years, but they still function as a chamber of Congress, which means senators and members can get together and hash out issues with the other chamber’s representatives. 2 of 20