[United States Government Manual]
[June 01, 2005]
[Pages 25-43]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office, www.gpo.gov]




CONGRESS

One Hundred and Ninth Congress, First Session

The Senate

The Capitol, Washington, DC 20510

Phone, 202-224-3121. Internet, www.senate.gov.
President of the Senate (Vice President of the    Dick Cheney
        United States)
President pro tempore                             Ted Stevens
Majority Leader                                   Bill Frist
Minority Leader                                   Harry Reid
    Secretary of the Senate                       Emily Reynolds
    Sergeant at Arms                              Bill Pickle
    Secretary for the Majority                    David J. Schiappa
    Secretary for the Minority                    Martin Paone
    Chaplain                                      Barry Black

The House of Representatives

The Capitol, Washington, DC 20515

Phone, 202-225-3121. Internet, www.house.gov.
The Speaker                                       J. Dennis Hastert
    Clerk                                         Jeff Trandahl
    Sergeant at Arms                              Wilson L. Livingood
    Chief Administrative Officer                  James M. Eagen III
    Chaplain                                      Rev. Daniel P. 
                                                          Coughlin

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  The Congress of the United States was created by Article I, section 1, 
of the Constitution, adopted by the Constitutional Convention on 
September 17, 1787, providing that ``All legislative Powers herein 
granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall 
consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.''



  The first Congress under the Constitution met on March 4, 1789, in the 
Federal Hall in New York City. The membership then consisted of 20 \1\ 
Senators and 59 Representatives.
    \1\New York ratified the Constitution on July 26, 1788, but did not 
elect its Senators until July 15 and 16, 1789. North Carolina did not 
ratify the Constitution until November 21, 1789; Rhode Island ratified 
it on May 29, 1790.


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  The Senate is composed of 100 Members, 2 from each State, who are 
elected to serve for a term of 6 years. Senators were originally chosen 
by the State legislatures. This procedure was changed by the 17th 
amendment to the Constitution, adopted in 1913, which made the election 
of Senators a function of the people. There are three classes of 
Senators, and a new class is elected every 2 years.
  The House of Representatives comprises 435 Representatives. The number 
representing each State is determined by population, but every State is 
entitled to at least one Representative. Members are elected by the 
people for 2-year terms, all terms running for the same period.
  Both the Senators and the Representatives must be residents of the 
State from which they are chosen. In addition, a Senator must be at 
least 30 years of age and must have been a citizen of the United States 
for at least 9 years; a Representative must be at least 25 years of age 
and must have been a citizen for at least 7 years.
  A Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico (elected for a 4-year term) 
and Delegates from American Samoa, the District of Columbia, Guam, and 
the Virgin Islands complete the composition of the Congress of the 
United States. Delegates are elected for a term of 2 years. The Resident 
Commissioner and Delegates may take part in the floor discussions but 
have no vote in the full House or in the Committee of the Whole House on 
the State of the Union. They do, however, vote in the committees to 
which they are assigned.

Officers  The Vice President of the United States is the Presiding 
Officer of the Senate; in his absence the duties are taken over by a 
President pro tempore, elected by that body, or someone designated by 
him. The Presiding Officer of the House of Representatives, the Speaker, 
is elected by the House; he may designate any Member of the House to act 
in his absence.
    The positions of Senate majority and minority leader have been in 
existence only since the early years of the 20th century. Leaders are 
elected at the beginning of each new Congress by a majority vote of the 
Senators in their political party. In cooperation with their party 
organizations, leaders are responsible for the design and achievement of 
a legislative program. This involves managing the flow of legislation, 
expediting noncontroversial measures, and keeping Members informed 
regarding proposed action on pending business. Each leader serves as an 
ex officio member of his party's policymaking and organizational bodies 
and is aided by an assistant floor leader (whip) and a party secretary.
    The House leadership is structured essentially the same as the 
Senate, with the Members in the political parties responsible for the 
election of their respective leader and whips.
    The Secretary of the Senate, elected by vote of the Senate, performs 
the duties of the Presiding Officer of the Senate in the absence of the 
Vice President and pending the election of a President pro tempore. The 
Secretary is the custodian of the seal of the Senate, draws requisitions 
on the Secretary of the Treasury for moneys appropriated for the 
compensation of Senators, officers, and employees, and for the 
contingent expenses of the Senate, and is empowered to administer oaths 
to any officer of the Senate and to any witness produced before it. The 
Secretary's executive duties include certification of extracts from the 
Journal of the Senate; the attestation of bills and joint, concurrent, 
and Senate resolutions; in impeachment trials, issuance, under the 
authority of the Presiding Officer, of all orders, mandates, writs, and 
precepts authorized by the Senate; and certification to the President of 
the United States of the advice and consent of the Senate to 
ratification of treaties and the names of persons confirmed or rejected 
upon the nomination of the President.
    The Sergeant at Arms of the Senate is elected by and serves as the 
Executive Officer of that body. He directs and supervises the various 
departments and facilities under his jurisdiction. He is

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also the Law Enforcement and Protocol Officer. As Law Enforcement 
Officer, he has statutory power to make arrests; to locate absentee 
Senators for a quorum; to enforce Senate rules and regulations as they 
pertain to the Senate Chamber, the Senate wing of the Capitol, and the 
Senate Office Buildings. He serves as a member of the Capitol Police 
Board and as its chairman each odd year; and, subject to the Presiding 
Officer, maintains order in the Senate Chamber. As Protocol Officer, he 
is responsible for many aspects of ceremonial functions, including the 
inauguration of the President of the United States; arranging funerals 
of Senators who die in office; escorting the President when he addresses 
a Joint Session of Congress or attends any function in the Senate; and 
escorting heads of state when they visit the Senate.
    The elected officers of the House of Representatives include the 
Clerk, the Sergeant at Arms, the Chief Administrative Officer, and the 
Chaplain.
    The Clerk is custodian of the seal of the House and administers the 
primary legislative activities of the House. These duties include 
accepting the credentials of the Members-elect and calling the Members 
to order at the commencement of the first session of each Congress; 
keeping the Journal; taking all votes and certifying the passage of 
bills; and processing all legislation. Through various departments, the 
Clerk is also responsible for floor and committee reporting services; 
legislative information and reference services; the administration of 
House reports pursuant to House rules and certain legislation including 
the Ethics in Government Act and the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995; 
the distribution of House documents; and administration of the House 
Page Program. The Clerk is also charged with supervision of the offices 
vacated by Members due to death, resignation, or expulsion.
    The Sergeant at Arms maintains the order of the House under the 
direction of the Speaker and is the keeper of the Mace. As a member of 
the U.S. Capitol Police Board, the Sergeant at Arms is the chief law 
enforcement officer for the House and serves as Board Chairman each even 
year. The ceremonial and protocol duties parallel those of the Senate 
Sergeant at Arms and include arranging the inauguration of the President 
of the United States, Joint Sessions of Congress, visits to the House of 
heads of state, and funerals of Members of Congress. The Sergeant at 
Arms enforces the rules relating to the privileges of the Hall of the 
House, including admission to the galleries, oversees garage and parking 
security of the House, and distributes all House staff identification 
cards.
Committees  The work of preparing and considering legislation is done 
largely by committees of both Houses of Congress. There are 16 standing 
committees in the Senate and 19 in the House of Representatives. The 
standing committees of the Senate and the House of Representatives are 
shown in the list below. In addition, there are two select committees in 
each House and various congressional commissions and joint committees 
composed of Members of both Houses. Each House may also appoint special 
investigating committees. The membership of the standing committees of 
each House is chosen by a vote of the entire body; members of other 
committees are appointed under the provisions of the measure 
establishing them.
    Each bill and resolution is usually referred to the appropriate 
committee, which may report a bill out in its original form, favorably 
or unfavorably, recommend amendments, report original measures, or allow 
the proposed legislation to die in committee without action.


                   Standing Committees of the Congress
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        House Committee         Room \1\    Senate Committee    Room \2\
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Agriculture...................      1301  Agriculture,           SR-328A
                                           Nutrition, and
                                           Forestry.
Appropriations................      H218  Appropriations.....      S-128
Armed Services................      2120  Armed Services.....     SR-228

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Budget........................       309  Banking, Housing,       SD-534
                                           and Urban Affairs.
Education and the Workforce...      2181  Budget.............     SD-624
Energy and Commerce...........      2125  Commerce, Science,      SD-508
                                           and Transportation.
Financial Services............      2129  Energy and Natural      SD-364
                                           Resources.
Government Reform.............      2157  Environment and         SD-410
                                           Public Works.
Homeland Security.............     LA202
House Administration..........      1309
  Franking Commission:
    Majority..................      1309
    Minority..................      1216
International Relations.......      2170  Finance............     SD-219
Judiciary.....................      2138  Foreign Relations..     SD-446
  Publications................       B29
Resources.....................      1324  Homeland Security       SD-340
                                           and Governmental
                                           Affairs.
Rules.........................      H312  Health, Education,      SD-428
                                           Labor, and
                                           Pensions.
  Minority....................       234
Science.......................      2320
Small Business................      2361
Standards of Official Conduct.       HT2  Judiciary..........     SD-224
  Office of Advice and               HT2
   Education.
Transportation and                  2165  Rules and               SR-305
 Infrastructure.                           Administration.
Veterans' Affairs.............       335  Small Business and     SR-428A
                                           Entrepreneurship.
Ways and Means................      1102  Veterans' Affairs..     SR-412
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\1\ Room numbers with three digits are in the Cannon House Office
  Building, four digits beginning with 1 are in the Longworth House
  Office Building, and four digits beginning with 2 are in the Rayburn
  House Office Building. Room numbers preceded by H or HT are in the
  House wing of the Capitol Building. Rooms preceded by an LA are in the
  John Adams Building of the Library of Congress.
\2\ Room numbers preceded by S are in the Senate wing of the Capitol
  Building; those preceded by SD are in the Dirksen Office Building;
  those preceded by SR are in the Russell Office Building; and those
  preceded by SH are in the Hart Office Building.

Congressional Record  Proceedings of Congress are published in the 
Congressional Record, which is issued each day when Congress is in 
session. Publication of the Record began March 4, 1873. It was the first 
record of debate officially reported, printed, and published directly by 
the Federal Government. The Daily Digest of the Congressional Record, 
printed in the back of each issue of the Record, summarizes the 
proceedings of that day in each House, and each of their committees and 
subcommittees, respectively. The Digest also presents the legislative 
program for each day and, at the end of the week, gives the program for 
the following week. Its publication was begun March 17, 1947.
Sessions  Section 4 of Article I of the Constitution makes it mandatory 
that ``The Congress shall assemble at least once in every Year. . . .'' 
Under this provision, also, the date for convening Congress was 
designated originally as the first Monday in December, ``unless they 
shall by Law appoint a different Day.'' Eighteen acts were passed, up to 
1820, providing for the meeting of Congress on other days of the year. 
From 1820 to 1934, however, Congress met regularly on the first Monday 
in December. In 1934 the Twentieth Amendment changed the convening of 
Congress to January 3, unless Congress ``shall by law appoint a 
different day.'' In addition, the President, according to Article II, 
section 3, of the Constitution ``may, on extraordinary Occasions, 
convene both Houses, or either of them, and in Case of Disagreement 
between them, with Respect to the Time of Adjournment, he may adjourn 
them to such Time as he shall think proper. . . .''
Powers of Congress  Article I, section 8, of the Constitution defines 
the powers of Congress. Included are the powers to assess and collect 
taxes--called the chief power; to regulate commerce, both interstate and 
foreign; to coin money; to establish post offices and post roads; to 
establish courts inferior to the Supreme Court; to declare war; and to 
raise and maintain an army and navy. Congress is further empowered ``To 
provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the Laws of the Union, 
suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions;'' and ``To make all Laws 
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necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the foregoing Powers, 
and all other Powers vested by this Constitution in the Government of 
the United States, or in any Department or Officer thereof.''
Amendments to the Constitution  Another power vested in the Congress is 
the right to propose amendments to the Constitution, whenever two-thirds 
of both Houses shall deem it necessary. Should two-thirds of the State 
legislatures demand changes in the Constitution, it is the duty of 
Congress to call a constitutional convention. Proposed amendments shall 
be valid as part of the Constitution when ratified by the legislatures 
or by conventions of three-fourths of the States, as one or the other 
mode of ratification may be proposed by Congress.
Special Powers of the Senate  Under the Constitution, the Senate is 
granted certain powers not accorded to the House of Representatives. The 
Senate approves or disapproves certain Presidential appointments by 
majority vote, and treaties must be concurred in by a two-thirds vote.
Special Powers of the House of Representatives  The House of 
Representatives is granted the power of originating all bills for the 
raising of revenue. Both Houses of Congress act in impeachment 
proceedings, which, according to the Constitution, may be instituted 
against the President, Vice President, and all civil officers of the 
United States. The House of Representatives has the sole power of 
impeachment, and the Senate has the sole power to try impeachments.
Prohibitions Upon Congress  Section 9 of Article I of the Constitution 
also imposes prohibitions upon Congress. ``The Privilege of the Writ of 
Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion 
or Invasion the public Safety may require it.'' A bill of attainder or 
an ex post facto law cannot be passed. No export duty can be imposed. 
Ports of one State cannot be given preference over those of another 
State. ``No money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence 
of Appropriations made by Law. . . .'' No title of nobility may be 
granted.
Rights of Members  According to section 6 of Article I, Members of 
Congress are granted certain privileges. In no case, except in treason, 
felony, and breach of the peace, can Members be arrested while attending 
sessions of Congress ``and in going to and returning from the same. . . 
.'' Furthermore, the Members cannot be questioned in any other place for 
remarks made in Congress. Each House may expel a Member of its body by a 
two-thirds vote.
Enactment of Laws  All bills and joint resolutions must pass both the 
House of Representatives and the Senate and must be signed by the 
President, except those proposing a constitutional amendment, in order 
to become law, or be passed over the President's veto by a two-thirds 
vote of both Houses of Congress. Section 7 of Article I states: ``If any 
Bill shall not be returned by the President within ten Days (Sundays 
excepted) after it shall have been presented to him, the Same shall be a 
Law, in like Manner as if he had signed it, unless the Congress by their 
Adjournment prevent its Return, in which Case it shall not be a Law.'' 
When a bill or joint resolution is introduced in the House, the usual 
procedure for its enactment into law is as follows:
    --assignment to House committee having jurisdiction;
    --if favorably considered, it is reported to the House either in its 
original form or with recommended amendments;
    --if the bill or resolution is passed by the House, it is messaged 
to the Senate and referred to the committee having jurisdiction;
    --in the Senate committee the bill, if favorably considered, may be 
reported in the form as received from the House, or with recommended 
amendments;
    --the approved bill or resolution is reported to the Senate, and if 
passed by that body, is returned to the House;
    --if one body does not accept the amendments to a bill by the other 
body, a conference committee comprised of Members of both bodies is 
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    --when the bill or joint resolution is finally approved by both 
Houses, it is signed by the Speaker (or Speaker pro tempore) and the 
Vice President (or President pro tempore or acting President pro 
tempore) and is presented to the President; and
    --once the President's signature is affixed, the measure becomes a 
law. If the President vetoes the bill, it cannot become a law unless it 
is re-passed by a two-thirds vote of both Houses.
Electronic Access  Specific information and legislation can be found on 
the Internet at http://thomas.loc.gov, http://clerk.house.gov, or 
www.senate.gov.
Publications  The Congressional Directory, the Senate Manual, telephone 
directories for the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives, and 
the House Rules and Manual may be obtained from the Superintendent of 
Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402. Internet, 
www.gpoaccess.gov/databases.html.


                       Senators
  [Republicans in roman (55); Democrats in italic (44); Independents in
                          bold (1); total, 100]
Room numbers preceded by SR are in the Russell Office Building (Delaware
   and Constitution Avenues); those preceded by SD are in the Dirksen
    Office Building (First Street and Constitution Avenue); and those
 preceded by SH are in the Hart Office Building (Second and C Streets).
        Members' offices may be reached by phone at 202-224-3121.
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               Name                           State               Room
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Akaka, Daniel K (D)...............  Hawaii...................      SH141
Alexander, Lamar (R)..............  Tennessee................      SH302
Allard, Wayne (R).................  Colorado.................      SD521
Allen, George (R).................  Virginia.................      SR204
Baucus, Max (D)...................  Montana..................      SH511
Bayh, Evan (D)....................  Indiana..................      SR463
Bennett, Robert F.(R).............  Utah.....................      SD431
Biden, Joseph R., Jr. (D).........  Delaware.................      SR201
Bingaman, Jeff (D)................  New Mexico...............      SH703
Bond, Christopher S. (R)..........  Missouri.................      SR274
Boxer, Barbara (D)................  California...............      SH112
Brownback, Sam (R)................  Kansas...................      SH303
Bunning, Jim (R)..................  Kentucky.................      SH316
Burns, Conrad R (R)...............  Montana..................      SD187
Burr, Richard (R).................  North Carolina...........      SR217
Byrd, Robert C (D)................  West Virginia............      SH311
Cantwell, Maria (D)...............  Washington...............      SH717
Carper, Thomas R. (D).............  Delaware.................      SH513
Chafee, Lincoln D. (R)............  Rhode Island.............     SR141A
Chambliss, Saxby (R)..............  Georgia..................      SR416
Clinton, Hillary Rodham (D).......  New York.................      SR476
Coburn, Tom (R)...................  Oklahoma.................      SR172
Cochran, Thad (R).................  Mississippi..............      SD113
Coleman, Norm (R).................  Minnesota................      SH320
Collins, Susan M (R)..............  Maine....................      SD461
Conrad, Kent (D)..................  North Dakota.............      SH530
Cornyn, John (R)..................  Texas....................      SH517
Corzine, Jon S (D)................  New Jersey...............      SH502
Craig, Larry E (R)................  Idaho....................      SH520
Crapo, Mike (R)...................  Idaho....................      SD239
Dayton, Mark (D)..................  Minnesota................      SR123
DeMint, Jim (R)...................  South Carolina...........      SR340
DeWine, Mike (R)..................  Ohio.....................      SR140
Dodd, Christopher J. (D)..........  Connecticut..............      SR448
Dole, Elizabeth H (R).............  North Carolina...........      SD555
Domenici, Pete V. (R).............  New Mexico...............      SH328
Dorgan, Byron L. (D)..............  North Dakota.............      SH322
Durbin, Richard J. (D)............  Illinois.................     SD332

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Ensign, John (R)..................  Nevada...................      SR356
Enzi, Mike (R)....................  Wyoming..................     SR379A
Feingold, Russell D. (D)..........  Wisconsin................      SH506
Feinstein, Dianne (D).............  California...............      SH331
Frist, Bill (R)...................  Tennessee................      SH509
Graham, Lindsey O. (R)............  South Carolina...........      SR290
Grassley, Charles E. (R)..........  Iowa.....................      SH135
Gregg, Judd (R)...................  New Hampshire............      SR393
Hagel, Chuck (R)..................  Nebraska.................      SR248
Harkin, Tom (D)...................  Iowa.....................      SH731
Hatch, Orrin G. (R)...............  Utah.....................      SH104
Hutchison, Kay Bailey (R).........  Texas....................      SR284
Inhofe, James M. (R)..............  Oklahoma.................      SR453
Inouye, Daniel K. (D).............  Hawaii...................      SH722
Isakson, Johnny (R)...............  Georgia..................      SR120
Jeffords, James M. (I)............  Vermont..................      SD413
Johnson, Tim (D)..................  South Dakota.............      SH136
Kennedy, Edward M. (D)............  Massachusetts............      SR317
Kerry, John F. (D)................  Massachusetts............      SR304
Kohl, Herb (D)....................  Wisconsin................      SH330
Kyl, Jon (R)......................  Arizona..................      SH730
Landrieu, Mary L. (D).............  Louisiana................      SH724
Lautenberg, Frank (D).............  New Jersey...............      SH324
Leahy, Patrick J. (D).............  Vermont..................      SR433
Levin, Carl (D)...................  Michigan.................      SR269
Lieberman, Joseph I. (D)..........  Connecticut..............      SH706
Lincoln, Blanche L. (D)...........  Arkansas.................      SD355
Lott, Trent (R)...................  Mississippi..............      SR487
Lugar, Richard G. (R).............  Indiana..................      SH306
Martinez, Mel (R).................  Florida..................      SH317
McCain, John (R)..................  Arizona..................      SR241
McConnell, Mitch (R)..............  Kentucky.................     SR361A
Mikulski, Barbara A. (D)..........  Maryland.................      SH503
Murkowski, Lisa (R)...............  Alaska...................      SH709
Murray, Patty (D).................  Washington...............      SR173
Nelson, Bill (D)..................  Florida..................      SH716
Nelson, E. Benjamin (D)...........  Nebraska.................      SH720
Obama, Barack (D).................  Illinois.................      SH713
Pryor, Mark (D)...................  Arkansas.................      SD257
Reed, Jack (D)....................  Rhode Island.............      SH728
Reid, Harry (D)...................  Nevada...................      SH528
Roberts, Pat (R)..................  Kansas...................      SH109
Rockefeller, John D., IV. (D).....  West Virginia............      SH531
Salazar, Ken (D)..................  Colorado.................      SH702
Santorum, Rick (R)................  Pennsylvania.............      SD511
Sarbanes, Paul S. (D).............  Maryland.................      SH309
Schumer, Charles E. (D)...........  New York.................      SH313
Sessions, Jeff (R)................  Alabama..................      SR335
Shelby, Richard C. (R)............  Alabama..................      SH110
Smith, Gordon (R).................  Oregon...................      SR404
Snowe, Olympia J. (R).............  Maine....................      SR154
Specter, Arlen (R)................  Pennsylvania.............      SH711
Stabenow, Debbie (D)..............  Michigan.................      SH133

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Stevens, Ted (R)..................  Alaska...................      SH522
Sununu, John E. (R)...............  New Hampshire............      SR111
Talent, James M. (R)..............  Missouri.................      SR493
Thomas, Craig (R).................  Wyoming..................      SD307
Thune, John (R)...................  South Dakota.............      SR383
Vitter, David (R).................  Louisiana................     SH825A
Voinovich, George V. (R)..........  Ohio.....................      SH524
Warner, John W. (R)...............  Virginia.................      SR225
Wyden, Ron (D)....................  Oregon...................      SD230
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                               Representatives
   [Republicans in roman (231); Democrats in italic (202); Independents in bold (1); vacancy (1); total, 435]
  Room numbers with three digits are in the Cannon House Office Building (New Jersey and Independence Avenues),
  four digits beginning with 1 are in the Longworth House Office Building (between South Capitol Street and New
Jersey Avenue on Independence Avenue), and four digits beginning with 2 are in the Rayburn House Office Building
  (between First and South Capitol Streets on Independence Avenue). Members' offices may be reached by phone at
 202-225-3121. The most current listing of House Members can be found on the Internet at http://clerk.house.gov.
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                 Name                                           State (District)                           Room
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Abercrombie, Neil (D).....................  Hawaii (1)...................................................     1502
Ackerman, Gary L. (D).....................  New York (5)...................................................     2243
Aderholt, Robert B. (R)...................  Alabama (4)....................................................     1433
Akin, W. Todd (R).........................  Missouri (2)...................................................      117
Alexander, Rodney (R).....................  Louisiana (5)..................................................      316
Allen, Thomas H. (D)......................  Maine (1)......................................................     1127
Andrews, Robert E. (D)....................  New Jersey (1).................................................     2439
Baca, Joe (D).............................  California (43)................................................      328
Bachus, Spencer (R).......................  Alabama (6)....................................................      442
Baird, Brian (D)..........................  Washington (3).................................................     1421
Baker, Richard H. (R).....................  Louisiana (6)..................................................      341
Baldwin, Tammy (D)........................  Wisconsin (2)..................................................     1022
Barrett, J. Gresham (R)...................  South Carolina (3).............................................     1523
Barrow, John (D)..........................  Georgia (12)...................................................      226
Bartlett, Roscoe G. (R)...................  Maryland (6)...................................................     2412
Barton, Joe (R)...........................  Texas (6)......................................................     2109
Bass, Charles F. (R)......................  New Hampshire (2)..............................................     2421
Bean, Melissa L. (D)......................  Illinois (8)...................................................      512
Beauprez, Bob (R).........................  Colorado (7)...................................................      504
Becerra, Xavier (D).......................  California (31)................................................     1119
Berkley, Shelley (D)......................  Nevada (1).....................................................      439
Berman, Howard L. (D).....................  California (28)................................................     2221
Berry, Marion. (D)........................  Arkansas (1)...................................................     2305
Biggert, Judy (R).........................  Illinois (13)..................................................     1317
Bilirakis, Michael (R)....................  Florida (9)....................................................     2408
Bishop, Rob (R)...........................  Utah (1).......................................................      124
Bishop, Sanford D., Jr. (D)...............  Georgia (2)....................................................     2429
Bishop, Timothy H. (D)....................  New York (1)...................................................     1133
Blackburn, Marsha (R).....................  Tennessee (7)..................................................      509
Blumenauer, Earl (D)......................  Oregon (3).....................................................     2446
Blunt, Roy (R)............................  Missouri (7)...................................................      217
Boehlert, Sherwood (R)....................  New York (24)..................................................     2246

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Boehner, John A. (R)......................  Ohio (8).......................................................     1011
Bonilla, Henry (R)........................  Texas (23).....................................................     2458
Bonner, Jo (R)............................  Alabama (1)....................................................      315
Bono, Mary (R)............................  California (45)................................................      405
Boozman, John (R).........................  Arkansas (3)...................................................     1519
Boren, Dan (D)............................  Oklahoma (2)...................................................      216
Boswell, Leonard L. (D)...................  Iowa (3).......................................................     1427
Boucher, Rick (D).........................  Virginia (9)...................................................     2187
Boustany, Charles W., Jr. (R).............  Louisiana (7)..................................................     1117
Boyd, Allen (D)...........................  Florida (2)....................................................     1227
Bradley, Jeb (R)..........................  New Hampshire (1)..............................................     1218
Brady, Kevin (R)..........................  Texas (8)......................................................      428
Brady, Robert A. (D)......................  Pennsylvania (1)...............................................      206
Brown, Corrine (D)........................  Florida (3)....................................................     2444
Brown, Henry E., Jr. (R)..................  South Carolina (1).............................................     1124
Brown, Sherrod (D)........................  Ohio (13)......................................................     2332
Brown-Waite, Ginny (R)....................  Florida (5)....................................................      414
Burgess, Michael C. (R)...................  Texas (26).....................................................     1721
Burton, Dan (R)...........................  Indiana (5)....................................................     2185
Butterfield, G.K. (D).....................  North Carolina (1).............................................      413
Buyer, Steve (R)..........................  Indiana (4)....................................................     2230
Calvert, Ken (R)..........................  California (44)................................................     2201
Camp, Dave (R)............................  Michigan (4)...................................................      137
Cannon, Chris (R).........................  Utah (3).......................................................     2436
Cantor, Eric (R)..........................  Virginia (7)...................................................      329
Capito, Shelley Moore (R).................  West Virginia (2)..............................................     1431
Capps, Lois (D)...........................  California (23)................................................     1707
Capuano, Michael E. (D)...................  Massachusetts (8)..............................................     1530
Cardin, Benjamin L. (D)...................  Maryland (3)...................................................     2207
Cardoza, Dennis A. (D)....................  California (18)................................................      435
Carnahan, Russ (D)........................  Missouri (3)...................................................     1232
Carson, Julia (D).........................  Indiana (7)....................................................     1535
Carter, John R. (R).......................  Texas (31).....................................................      408
Case, Ed (D)..............................  Hawaii (2).....................................................      115
Castle, Michael N. (R)....................  Delaware (At Large)............................................     1233
Chabot, Steve (R).........................  Ohio (1).......................................................      129
Chandler, Ben (D).........................  Kentucky (6)...................................................     1504
Chocola, Chris (R)........................  Indiana (2)....................................................      510
Clay, William Lacy (D)....................  Missouri (1)...................................................      131
Cleaver, Emanuel (D)......................  Missouri (5)...................................................     1641
Clyburn, James E. (D).....................  South Carolina (6).............................................     2135
Coble, Howard (R).........................  North Carolina (6).............................................     2468
Cole, Tom (R).............................  Oklahoma (4)...................................................      236
Conaway, K. Michael (R)...................  Texas (11).....................................................      511
Conyers, John, Jr. (D)....................  Michigan (14)..................................................     2426
Cooper, Jim (D)...........................  Tennessee (5)..................................................     1536
Costa, Jim (D)............................  California (20)................................................     1004
Costello, Jerry F. (D)....................  Illinois (12)..................................................     2269
Cox, Christopher (R)......................  California (48)................................................     2402
Cramer, Robert E. (Bud), Jr. (D)..........  Alabama (5)....................................................     2368
Crenshaw, Ander (R).......................  Florida (4)....................................................      127

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Crowley, Joseph (D).......................  New York (7)...................................................      312
Cubin, Barbara (R)........................  Wyoming (At Large).............................................     1114
Cuellar, Henry (D)........................  Texas (28).....................................................     1404
Culberson, John Abney (R).................  Texas (7)......................................................     1728
Cummings, Elijah E. (D)...................  Maryland (7)...................................................     2235
Cunningham, Randy (Duke) (R)..............  California (50)................................................     2350
Davis, Artur (D)..........................  Alabama (7)....................................................      208
Davis, Danny K (D)........................  Illinois (7)...................................................     1526
Davis, Geoff (R)..........................  Kentucky (4)...................................................     1541
Davis, Jim (D)............................  Florida (11)...................................................      409
Davis, Jo Ann (R).........................  Virginia (1)...................................................     1123
Davis, Lincoln (D)........................  Tennessee (4)..................................................      410
Davis, Susan A. (D).......................  California (53)................................................     1224
Davis, Tom (R)............................  Virginia (11)..................................................     2348
Deal, Nathan (R)..........................  Georgia (10)...................................................     2133
DeFazio, Peter A. (D).....................  Oregon (4).....................................................     2134
DeGette, Diana (D)........................  Colorado (1)...................................................     1527
Delahunt, William D. (D)..................  Massachusetts (10).............................................     2454
DeLauro, Rosa L. (D)......................  Connecticut (3)................................................     2262
DeLay, Tom (R)............................  Texas (22).....................................................      242
Dent, Charles W. (R)......................  Pennsylvania (15)..............................................      502
Diaz-Balart, Lincoln (R)..................  Florida (21)...................................................     2244
Diaz-Balart, Mario (R)....................  Florida (25)...................................................      313
Dicks, Norman D. (D)......................  Washington (6).................................................     2467
Dingell, John D. (D)......................  Michigan (15)..................................................     2328
Doggett, Lloyd (D)........................  Texas (25).....................................................      201
Doolittle, John T. (R)....................  California (4).................................................     2410
Doyle, Michael F. (D).....................  Pennsylvania (14)..............................................      401
Drake, Thelma D. (R)......................  Virginia (2)...................................................     1208
Dreier, David (R).........................  California (26)................................................      233
Duncan, John J., Jr. (R)..................  Tennessee (2)..................................................     2267
Edwards, Chet (D).........................  Texas (17).....................................................     2264
Ehlers, Vernon J. (R).....................  Michigan (3)...................................................     1714
Emanuel, Rahm (D).........................  Illinois (5)...................................................     1319
Emerson, Jo Ann (R).......................  Missouri (8)...................................................     2440
Engel, Eliot L. (D).......................  New York (17)..................................................     2161
English, Phil (R).........................  Pennsylvania (3)...............................................     1410
Eshoo, Anna G. (D)........................  California (14)................................................      205
Etheridge, Bob (D)........................  North Carolina (2).............................................     1533
Evans, Lane (D)...........................  Illinois (17)..................................................     2211
Everett, Terry (R)........................  Alabama (2)....................................................     2312
Farr, Sam (D).............................  California (17)................................................     1221
Fattah, Chaka (D).........................  Pennsylvania (2)...............................................     2301
Feeney, Tom (R)...........................  Florida (24)...................................................      323
Ferguson, Mike (R)........................  New Jersey (7).................................................      214
Filner, Bob (D)...........................  California (51)................................................     2428
Fitzpatrick, Michael G. (R)...............  Pennsylvania (8)...............................................     1516
Flake, Jeff (R)...........................  Arizona (6)....................................................      424
Foley, Mark (R)...........................  Florida (16)...................................................      104
Forbes, J. Randy (R)......................  Virginia (4)...................................................      307
Ford, Harold E., Jr. (D)..................  Tennessee (9)..................................................      325

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Fortenberry, Jeff (R).....................  Nebraska (1)...................................................     1517
Fossella, Vito (R)........................  New York (13)..................................................     1239
Foxx, Virginia (R)........................  North Carolina (5).............................................      503
Frank, Barney (D).........................  Massachusetts (4)..............................................     2252
Franks, Trent (R).........................  Arizona (2)....................................................     1237
Frelinghuysen, Rodney P. (R)..............  New Jersey (11)................................................     2442
Gallegly, Elton (R).......................  California (24)................................................     2427
Garrett, Scott (R)........................  New Jersey (5).................................................     1318
Gerlach, Jim (R)..........................  Pennsylvania (6)...............................................      308
Gibbons, Jim (R)..........................  Nevada (2).....................................................      100
Gilchrest, Wayne T. (R)...................  Maryland (1)...................................................     2245
Gillmor, Paul E. (R)......................  Ohio (5).......................................................     1203
Gingrey, Phil (R).........................  Georgia (11)...................................................      119
Gohmert, Louie (R)........................  Texas (1)......................................................      508
Gonzalez, Charles A. (D)..................  Texas (20).....................................................      327
Goode, Virgil H., Jr. (R).................  Virginia (5)...................................................     1520
Goodlatte, Bob (R)........................  Virginia (6)...................................................     2240
Gordon, Bart (D)..........................  Tennessee (6)..................................................     2304
Granger, Kay (R)..........................  Texas (12).....................................................      440
Graves, Sam (R)...........................  Missouri (6)...................................................     1513
Green, Al (D).............................  Texas (9)......................................................     1529
Green, Gene (D)...........................  Texas (29).....................................................     2335
Green, Mark (R)...........................  Wisconsin (8)..................................................     1314
Grijalva, Raul M. (D).....................  Arizona (7)....................................................     1440
Gutierrez, Luis V. (D)....................  Illinois (4)...................................................     2367
Gutknecht, Gil (R)........................  Minnesota (1)..................................................      425
Hall, Ralph M. (R)........................  Texas (4)......................................................     2405
Harman, Jane (D)..........................  California (36)................................................     2400
Harris, Katherine (R).....................  Florida (13)...................................................      116
Hart, Melissa A. (R)......................  Pennsylvania (4)...............................................     1024
Hastert, J. Dennis (R)....................  Illinois (14)..................................................      235
Hastings, Alcee L. (D)....................  Florida (23)...................................................     2353
Hastings, Doc (R).........................  Washington (4).................................................     1323
Hayes, Robin (R)..........................  North Carolina (8).............................................      130
Hayworth, J.D. (R)........................  Arizona (5)....................................................     2434
Hefley, Joel (R)..........................  Colorado (5)...................................................     2372
Hensarling, Jeb (R).......................  Texas (5)......................................................      132
Herger, Wally (R).........................  California (2).................................................     2268
Herseth, Stephanie (D)....................  South Dakota (At Large)........................................      331
Higgins, Brian (D)........................  New York (27)..................................................      431
Hinchey, Maurice D. (D)...................  New York (22)..................................................     2431
Hinojosa, Ruben (D).......................  Texas (15).....................................................     2463
Hobson, David L. (R)......................  Ohio (7).......................................................     2346
Hoekstra, Peter (R).......................  Michigan (2)...................................................     2234
Holden, Tim (D)...........................  Pennsylvania (17)..............................................     2417
Holt, Rush D. (D).........................  New Jersey (12)................................................     1019
Honda, Michael M. (D).....................  California (15)................................................     1713
Hooley, Darlene (D).......................  Oregon (5).....................................................     2430
Hostettler, John N. (R)...................  Indiana (8)....................................................     1214
Hoyer, Steny H. (D).......................  Maryland (5)...................................................     1705
Hulshof, Kenny C. (R).....................  Missouri (9)...................................................      412

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Hunter, Duncan (R)........................  California (52)................................................     2265
Hyde, Henry J. (R)........................  Illinois (6)...................................................     2110
Inglis, Bob (R)...........................  South Carolina (4).............................................      330
Inslee, Jay (D)...........................  Washington (1).................................................      403
Israel, Steve (D).........................  New York (2)...................................................      432
Issa, Darrell E. (R)......................  California (49)................................................      211
Istook, Ernest J., Jr. (R)................  Oklahoma (5)...................................................     2404
Jackson, Jesse L., Jr. (D)................  Illinois (2)...................................................     2419
Jackson-Lee, Sheila (D)...................  Texas (18).....................................................     2435
Jefferson, William J. (D).................  Louisiana (2)..................................................     2113
Jenkins, William L. (R)...................  Tennessee (1)..................................................     1207
Jindal, Bobby (R).........................  Louisiana (1)..................................................     1205
Johnson, Eddie Bernice (D)................  Texas (30).....................................................     1511
Johnson, Nancy L. (R).....................  Connecticut (5)................................................     2409
Johnson, Sam (R)..........................  Texas (3)......................................................     1211
Johnson, Timothy V. (R)...................  Illinois (15)..................................................     1229
Jones, Stephanie Tubbs (D)................  Ohio (11)......................................................     1009
Jones, Walter B. (R)......................  North Carolina (3).............................................      422
Kanjorski, Paul E. (D)....................  Pennsylvania (11)..............................................     2188
Kaptur, Marcy (D).........................  Ohio (9).......................................................     2366
Keller, Ric (R)...........................  Florida (8)....................................................      419
Kelly, Sue W. (R).........................  New York (19)..................................................     2182
Kennedy, Mark R. (R)......................  Minnesota (6)..................................................     1415
Kennedy, Patrick J. (D)...................  Rhode Island (1)...............................................      407
Kildee, Dale E. (D).......................  Michigan (5)...................................................     2107
Kilpatrick, Carolyn C. (D)................  Michigan (13)..................................................     1610
Kind, Ron (D).............................  Wisconsin (3)..................................................     1406
King, Peter T. (R)........................  New York (3)...................................................      436
King, Steve (R)...........................  Iowa (5).......................................................     1432
Kingston, Jack (R)........................  Georgia (1)....................................................     2242
Kirk, Mark Steven (R).....................  Illinois (10)..................................................     1717
Kline, John (R)...........................  Minnesota (2)..................................................     1429
Knollenberg, Joe (R)......................  Michigan (9)...................................................     2349
Kolbe, Jim (R)............................  Arizona (8)....................................................      237
Kucinich, Dennis J. (D)...................  Ohio (10)......................................................     1730
Kuhl, John R. (Randy), Jr. (R)............  New York (29)..................................................     1505
LaHood, Ray (R)...........................  Illinois (18)..................................................     1424
Langevin, James R. (D)....................  Rhode Island (2)...............................................      109
Lantos, Tom (D)...........................  California (12)................................................     2413
Larsen, Rick (D)..........................  Washington (2).................................................      107
Larson, John B. (D).......................  Connecticut (1)................................................     1005
Latham, Tom (R)...........................  Iowa (4).......................................................     2447
LaTourette, Steven C. (R).................  Ohio (14)......................................................     2453
Leach, James A. (R).......................  Iowa (2).......................................................     2186
Lee, Barbara (D)..........................  California (9).................................................     1724
Levin, Sander M. (D)......................  Michigan (12)..................................................     2300
Lewis, Jerry (R)..........................  California (41)................................................     2112
Lewis, John (D)...........................  Georgia (5)....................................................      343
Lewis, Ron (R)............................  Kentucky (2)...................................................     2418
Linder, John (R)..........................  Georgia (7)....................................................     1026
Lipinski, Daniel (D)......................  Illinois (3)...................................................     1217

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LoBiondo, Frank A. (R)....................  New Jersey (2).................................................      225
Lofgren, Zoe (D)..........................  California (16)................................................      102
Lowey, Nita M. (D)........................  New York (18)..................................................     2329
Lucas, Frank D. (R).......................  Oklahoma (3)...................................................     2342
Lungren, Daniel E. (R)....................  California (3).................................................     2448
Lynch, Stephen F. (D).....................  Massachusetts (9)..............................................      319
McCarthy, Carolyn (D).....................  New York (4)...................................................      106
McCaul, Michael T. (R)....................  Texas (10).....................................................      415
McCollum, Betty (D).......................  Minnesota (4)..................................................     1029
McCotter, Thaddeus G. (R).................  Michigan (11)..................................................     1632
McCrery, Jim (R)..........................  Louisiana (4)..................................................     2104
McDermott, Jim (D)........................  Washington (7).................................................     1035
McGovern, James P. (D)....................  Massachusetts (3)..............................................      430
McHenry, Patrick T. (R)...................  North Carolina (10)............................................      224
McHugh, John M. (R).......................  New York (23)..................................................     2333
McIntyre, Mike (D)........................  North Carolina (7).............................................     2437
McKeon, Howard P. (Buck). (R).............  California (25)................................................     2351
McKinney, Cynthia (D).....................  Georgia (4)....................................................      320
McMorris, Cathy (R).......................  Washington (5).................................................     1708
McNulty, Michael R. (D)...................  New York (21)..................................................     2210
Mack, Connie (R)..........................  Florida (14)...................................................      317
Maloney, Carolyn B. (D)...................  New York (14)..................................................     2331
Manzullo, Donald A. (R)...................  Illinois (16)..................................................     2228
Marchant, Kenny (R).......................  Texas (24).....................................................      501
Markey, Edward J. (D).....................  Massachusetts (7)..............................................     2108
Marshall, Jim (D).........................  Georgia (3)....................................................      515
Matheson, Jim (D).........................  Utah (2).......................................................     1222
Matsui, Doris O. (D)......................  California (5).................................................     2310
Meehan, Martin T. (D).....................  Massachusetts (5)..............................................     2229
Meek, Kendrick B. (D).....................  Florida (17)...................................................     1039
Meeks, Gregory W. (D).....................  New York (6)...................................................     1710
Melancon, Charlie. (D)....................  Louisiana (3)..................................................      404
Menendez, Robert (D)......................  New Jersey (13)................................................     2238
Mica, John L. (R).........................  Florida (7)....................................................     2313
Michaud, Michael H. (D)...................  Maine (2)......................................................      437
Millender-McDonald, Juanita (D)...........  California (37)................................................     2445
Miller, Brad (D)..........................  North Carolina (13)............................................     1722
Miller, Candice S. (R)....................  Michigan (10)..................................................      228
Miller, Gary G. (R).......................  California (42)................................................     1037
Miller, George (D)........................  California (7).................................................     2205
Miller, Jeff (R)..........................  Florida (1)....................................................      324
Mollohan, Alan B. (D).....................  West Virginia (1)..............................................     2302
Moore, Dennis (D).........................  Kansas (3).....................................................     1727
Moore, Gwen (D)...........................  Wisconsin (4)..................................................     1408
Moran, James P. (D).......................  Virginia (8)...................................................     2239
Moran, Jerry (R)..........................  Kansas (1).....................................................     2443
Murphy, Tim (R)...........................  Pennsylvania (18)..............................................      322
Murtha, John P. (D).......................  Pennsylvania (12)..............................................     2423
Musgrave, Marilyn N. (R)..................  Colorado (4)...................................................     1507
Myrick, Sue Wilkins (R)...................  North Carolina (9).............................................      230
Nadler, Jerrold (D).......................  New York (8)...................................................     2334

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Napolitano, Grace F. (D)..................  California (38)................................................     1609
Neal, Richard E. (D)......................  Massachusetts (2)..............................................     2266
Neugebauer, Randy (R).....................  Texas (19).....................................................      429
Ney, Robert W. (R)........................  Ohio (18)......................................................     2438
Northup, Anne M. (R)......................  Kentucky (3)...................................................     2459
Norwood, Charlie (R)......................  Georgia (9)....................................................     2452
Nunes, Devin (R)..........................  California (21)................................................     1017
Nussle, Jim (R)...........................  Iowa (1).......................................................      303
Oberstar, James L. (D)....................  Minnesota (8)..................................................     2365
Obey, David R. (D)........................  Wisconsin (7)..................................................     2314
Olver, John W. (D)........................  Massachusetts (1)..............................................     1111
Ortiz, Solomon P. (D).....................  Texas (27).....................................................     2470
Osborne, Tom (R)..........................  Nebraska (3)...................................................      507
Otter, C.L. (Butch) (R)...................  Idaho (1)......................................................     1711
Owens, Major R. (D).......................  New York (11)..................................................     2309
Oxley, Michael G. (R).....................  Ohio (4).......................................................     2308
Pallone, Frank, Jr. (D)...................  New Jersey (6).................................................      420
Pascrell, Bill, Jr. (D)...................  New Jersey (8).................................................     2464
Pastor, Ed (D)............................  Arizona (4)....................................................     2465
Paul, Ron (R).............................  Texas (14).....................................................      203
Payne, Donald M. (D)......................  New Jersey (10)................................................     2209
Pearce, Stevan (R)........................  New Mexico (2).................................................     1607
Pelosi, Nancy (D).........................  California (8).................................................     2371
Pence, Mike (R)...........................  Indiana (6)....................................................      426
Peterson, Collin C. (D)...................  Minnesota (7)..................................................     2159
Peterson, John E. (R).....................  Pennsylvania (5)...............................................      123
Petri, Thomas E. (R)......................  Wisconsin (6)..................................................     2462
Pickering, Charles W. (Chip) (R)..........  Mississippi (3)................................................      229
Pitts, Joseph R. (R)......................  Pennsylvania (16)..............................................      221
Platts, Todd Russell (R)..................  Pennsylvania (19)..............................................     1032
Poe, Ted (R)..............................  Texas (2)......................................................     1605
Pombo, Richard W. (R).....................  California (11)................................................     2411
Pomeroy, Earl (D).........................  North Dakota (At Large)........................................     1501
Porter, Jon C. (R)........................  Nevada (3).....................................................      218
(Vacancy).............................  Ohio (2).......................................................      238
Price, David E. (D).......................  North Carolina (4).............................................     2162
Price, Tom (R)............................  Georgia (6)....................................................      506
Pryce, Deborah (R)........................  Ohio (15)......................................................      204
Putnam, Adam H. (R).......................  Florida (12)...................................................     1213
Radanovich, George. (R)...................  California (19)................................................      438
Rahall, Nick J., II. (D)..................  West Virginia (3)..............................................     2307
Ramstad, Jim (R)..........................  Minnesota (3)..................................................      103
Rangel, Charles B. (D)....................  New York (15)..................................................     2354
Regula, Ralph (R).........................  Ohio (16)......................................................     2306
Rehberg, Dennis R. (R)....................  Montana (At Large).............................................      516
Reichert, David G. (R)....................  Washington (8).................................................     1223
Renzi, Rick (R)...........................  Arizona (1)....................................................      418
Reyes, Silvestre (D)......................  Texas (16).....................................................     2433
Reynolds, Thomas M. (R)...................  New York (26)..................................................      332
Rogers, Harold (R)........................  Kentucky (5)...................................................     2406
Rogers, Mike (R)..........................  Michigan (8)...................................................      133

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Rogers, Mike (R)..........................  Alabama (3)....................................................      514
Rohrabacher, Dana (R).....................  California (46)................................................     2338
Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana (R)..................  Florida (18)...................................................     2160
Ross, Mike (D)............................  Arkansas (4)...................................................      314
Rothman, Steven R. (D)....................  New Jersey (9).................................................     2303
Roybal-Allard, Lucille (D)................  California (34)................................................     2330
Royce, Edward R. (R)......................  California (40)................................................     2202
Ruppersberger, C.A. Dutch (D).............  Maryland (2)...................................................     1630
Rush, Bobby L. (D)........................  Illinois (1)...................................................     2416
Ryan, Paul (R)............................  Wisconsin (1)..................................................     1113
Ryan, Tim (D).............................  Ohio (17)......................................................      222
Ryun, Jim (R).............................  Kansas (2).....................................................     1110
Sabo, Martin Olav (D).....................  Minnesota (5)..................................................     2336
Salazar, John T. (D)......................  Colorado (3)...................................................     1531
Sanchez, Linda T. (D).....................  California (39)................................................     1007
Sanchez, Loretta. (D).....................  California (47)................................................     1230
Sanders, Bernard (I)......................  Vermont (At Large).............................................     2233
Saxton, Jim (R)...........................  New Jersey (3).................................................     2217
Schakowsky, Janice D. (D).................  Illinois (9)...................................................     1027
Schiff, Adam B. (D).......................  California (29)................................................      326
Schwartz, Allyson Y. (D)..................  Pennsylvania (13)..............................................      423
Schwarz, John J.H. (Joe) (R)..............  Michigan (7)...................................................      128
Scott, David (D)..........................  Georgia (13)...................................................      417
Scott, Robert C. (D)......................  Virginia (3)...................................................     1201
Sensenbrenner, F. James, Jr (R)...........  Wisconsin (5)..................................................     2449
Serrano, Jose E. (D)......................  New York (16)..................................................     2227
Sessions, Pete (R)........................  Texas (32).....................................................     1514
Shadegg, John B. (R)......................  Arizona (3)....................................................      306
Shaw, E. Clay, Jr. (R)....................  Florida (22)...................................................     1236
Shays, Christopher (R)....................  Connecticut (4)................................................     1126
Sherman, Brad (D).........................  California (27)................................................     1030
Sherwood, Don (R).........................  Pennsylvania (10)..............................................     1131
Shimkus, John (R).........................  Illinois (19)..................................................      513
Shuster, Bill (R).........................  Pennsylvania (9)...............................................     1108
Simmons, Rob (R)..........................  Connecticut (2)................................................      215
Simpson, Michael K. (R)...................  Idaho (2)......................................................     1339
Skelton, Ike (D)..........................  Missouri (4)...................................................     2206
Slaughter, Louise McIntosh (D)............  New York (28)..................................................     2469
Smith, Adam (D)...........................  Washington (9).................................................      227
Smith, Christopher H. (R).................  New Jersey (4).................................................     2373
Smith, Lamar S. (R).......................  Texas (21).....................................................     2184
Snyder, Vic. (D)..........................  Arkansas (2)...................................................     1330
Sodrel, Michael E. (R)....................  Indiana (9)....................................................     1508
Solis, Hilda L. (D).......................  California (32)................................................     1725
Souder, Mark E. (R).......................  Indiana (3)....................................................     2231
Spratt, John M., Jr. (D)..................  South Carolina (5).............................................     1401
Stark, Fortney Pete (D)...................  California (13)................................................      239
Stearns, Cliff (R)........................  Florida (6)....................................................     2370
Strickland, Ted (D).......................  Ohio (6).......................................................      336
Stupak, Bart (D)..........................  Michigan (1)...................................................     2352
Sullivan, John (R)........................  Oklahoma (1)...................................................      114

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Sweeney, John E. (R)......................  New York (20)..................................................      416
Tancredo, Thomas G. (R)...................  Colorado (6)...................................................     1130
Tanner, John S. (D).......................  Tennessee (8)..................................................     1226
Tauscher, Ellen O. (D)....................  California (10)................................................     1034
Taylor, Charles H. (R)....................  North Carolina (11)............................................      339
Taylor, Gene (D)..........................  Mississippi (4)................................................     2311
Terry, Lee (R)............................  Nebraska (2)...................................................     1524
Thomas, William M. (R)....................  California (22)................................................     2208
Thompson, Bennie G. (D)...................  Mississippi (2)................................................     2432
Thompson, Mike (D)........................  California (1).................................................      231
Thornberry, Mac (R).......................  Texas (13).....................................................     2457
Tiahrt, Todd (R)..........................  Kansas (4).....................................................     2441
Tiberi, Patrick J. (R)....................  Ohio (12)......................................................      113
Tierney, John F. (D)......................  Massachusetts (6)..............................................      120
Towns, Edolphus (D).......................  New York (10)..................................................     2232
Turner, Michael R. (R)....................  Ohio (3).......................................................     1740
Udall, Mark (D)...........................  Colorado (2)...................................................      240
Udall, Tom (D)............................  New Mexico (3).................................................     1414
Upton, Fred (R)...........................  Michigan (6)...................................................     2183
Van Hollen, Chris (D).....................  Maryland (8)...................................................     1419
Velazquez, Nydia M. (D)...................  New York (12)..................................................     2241
Visclosky, Peter J. (D)...................  Indiana (1)....................................................     2256
Walden, Greg (R)..........................  Oregon (2).....................................................     1210
Walsh, James T. (R).......................  New York (25)..................................................     2369
Wamp, Zach (R)............................  Tennessee (3)..................................................     1436
Wasserman, Debbie Schultz (D).............  Florida (20)...................................................      118
Waters, Maxine (D)........................  California (35)................................................     2344
Watson, Diane E. (D)......................  California (33)................................................      125
Watt, Melvin L. (D).......................  North Carolina (12)............................................     2236
Waxman, Henry A. (D)......................  California (30)................................................     2204
Weiner, Anthony D. (D)....................  New York (9)...................................................     1122
Weldon, Curt (R)..........................  Pennsylvania (7)...............................................     2466
Weldon, Dave (R)..........................  Florida (15)...................................................     2347
Weller, Jerry (R).........................  Illinois (11)..................................................      108
Westmoreland, Lynn A. (R).................  Georgia (8)....................................................     1118
Wexler, Robert (D)........................  Florida (19)...................................................      213
Whitfield, Ed (R).........................  Kentucky (1)...................................................      301
Wicker, Roger F. (R)......................  Mississippi (1)................................................     2455
Wilson, Heather (R).......................  New Mexico (1).................................................      318
Wilson, Joe (R)...........................  South Carolina (2).............................................      212
Wolf, Frank R. (R)........................  Virginia (10)..................................................      241
Woolsey, Lynn C. (D)......................  California (6).................................................     2263
Wu, David (D).............................  Oregon (1).....................................................     1023
Wynn, Albert Russell (D)..................  Maryland (4)...................................................      434
Young, C.W. Bill (R)......................  Florida (10)...................................................     2407
Young, Don (R)............................  Alaska (At Large)..............................................     2111

                                                    Delegates

Bordallo, Madeleine Z.................  Guam...........................................................      427
Christensen, Donna M..................  Virgin Islands.................................................     1510
Faleomavaega, Eni F.H.................  American Samoa.................................................     2422
Norton, Eleanor Holmes................  District of Columbia...........................................     2136


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                                              Resident Commissioner

Fortuno, Luis G.......................  Puerto Rico....................................................      126

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