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The padlock icon you see in the address field of this site indicates that this site is secured and encrypted by means of an SSL (Secure Socket Layer) certificate installed on this website’s server. The SSL certificate helps ensure that you haven’t been directed to a bogus site and that the data you trade with a website (such as usernames, passwords, emails, credit card information, etc.) can’t be stolen or altered by bad guys. See this more detailed explanation by the company Verisign.

Speaking of bad actors, here is a list of official US Congressional websites and official campaign sites of sitting members of Congress all of which do not have (at least as of this writing) a padlock icon and therefore cannot be trusted with your info, much less with running the country (note that, among other things, the campaign websites are asking for your money):

5 Official US Congress Sites, 22 Democrat Sites and 28 Republican Sites Not Secure:

  1. Official Website of Office of the Clerk of the US House of Representatives (Now secure)
  2. Biographical Directory of the United States Congress (Now secure)
  3. Montana State Governor Steve Bullock (Democratic Party)
  4. Nevada State Governor Steve Sisolak (Democratic Party)
  5. Rhode Island State Governor Gina Raimondo (Democratic Party)
  6. Alabama United States Senator Richard Shelby (Republican Party)
  7. Arkansas United States Senator John Boozman (Republican Party)
  8. Hawaii United States Senator Mazie Hirono (Democratic Party)
  9. Idaho United States Senator Mike Crapo (Republican Party)
  10. Kentucky United States Senator Rand Paul (Republican Party)
  11. Louisiana United States Senator John Kennedy (Republican Party)
  12. Mississippi United States Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (Republican Party)
  13. Mississippi United States Senator Roger Wicker (Republican Party)
  14. New Hampshire United States Senator Maggie Hassan (Democratic Party)
  15. North Dakota United States Senator John Hoeven (Republican Party)
  16. Oklahoma United States Senator James Lankford (Republican Party)
  17. South Dakota United States Senator John Thune (Republican Party)
  18. West Virginia United States Senator Shelley Moore Capito (Republican Party)
  19. Arizona 3rd District US Representative Raúl Grijalva (Democratic Party) (Unsecure as of 8/2019; now new site)
  20. Arizona 4th District US Representative Paul Gosar (Republican Party) (Was unsecure as of September 2019)
  21. California 1st District US Representative Doug LaMalfa (Republican Party)
  22. California 6th District US Representative Doris Matsui (Democratic Party)
  23. California 11th District US Representative Mark DeSaulnier (Democratic Party)
  24. Connecticut 1st District US Representative John Larson (Democratic Party)
  25. Connecticut 2nd District US Representative Joe Courtney (Democratic Party)
  26. Florida 7th District US Representative Stephanie Murphy (Democratic Party)
  27. Florida 10th District US Representative Val Demings (Democratic Party)
  28. Florida 11th District US Representative Dan Webster (Republican Party)
  29. Florida 12th District US Representative Gus Bilirakis (Republican Party)
  30. Florida 20th District US Representative Alcee Hastings (Democratic Party)
  31. Florida 24th District US Representative Frederica Wilson (Democratic Party)
  32. Florida 25th District US Representative Mario Diaz-Balart (Republican Party)
  33. Georgia 1st District US Representative Buddy Carter (Republican Party)
  34. Georgia 8th District US Representative Austin Scott (Republican Party)
  35. Georgia 9th District US Representative Doug Collins (Republican Party) (Official US Congress website not fully secure)
  36. Georgia 11th District US Representative Barry Loudermilk (Republican Party)
  37. Maine 1st District US Representative Chellie Pingree (Democratic Party)
  38. Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker (Republican Party)
  39. Nevada 2nd District US Representative Mark Amodei (Republican Party) (Official US Congress website not fully secure)
  40. New York 23rd District US Representative Tom Reed (Republican Party)
  41. Tennessee 4th District US Representative Scott DesJarlais (Republican Party)
  42. Tennessee 9th District US Representative Steve Cohen (Democratic Party)
  43. Texas 14th District US Representative Randy Weber (Republican Party)
  44. Texas 15th District US Representative Vicente Gonzalez (Democratic Party)
  45. Texas 18th District US Representative Sheila Jackson Lee (Democratic Party)
  46. Texas 19th District US Representative Jodey Arrington (Republican Party)
  47. Texas 29th District US Representative Sylvia Garcia (Democratic Party)
  48. Texas 30th District US Representative Eddie Bernice Johnson (Democratic Party)
  49. Texas 31st District US Representative John Carter (Republican Party) (Official US Congress website not fully secure)
  50. Texas 34th District US Representative Filemon Vela (Democratic Party)
  51. Utah 2nd District US Representative Chris Stewart (Republican Party)
  52. Washington 9th District US Representative Adam Smith (Democratic Party)

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