WASHINGTON, DC – Today marks Congressman Scott Peters’ 100th day in Congress. Eager to bring his results-oriented approach to Washington, Peters began tackling the challenges that San Diego faces from day one. Soon after taking office both of Peters’ Washington, DC and San Diego offices were up and running. Peters has co-sponsored 53 bills, introduced another 2 bills, and sent over 50 letters to congressional leaders, the president, and administration officials advocating for issues of importance to San Diego. At home in San Diego, 146 constituents seeking assistance from Peters’ office have been helped. Peters, who has built a reputation of finding middle ground from his time in San Diego government, is continuing to reach out to both Republicans and Democrats to find solutions. Recently, the National Journal ranked Peters as one of the most independent members of Congress.