THE EXECUTIVE

The White House Office
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, DC 20500
 

President, Joseph R. Biden of Delaware

 

(The President receives a salary of $400,000 a year and an expense allowance not exceeding $50,000, nontaxable, to assist in defraying expenses relating to the discharge of his official duties and not exceeding $100,000, nontaxable, a year for travel expenses; term of office, four years, January 20, 2021, to January 20, 2025.)

 

Vice President, Kamala D. Harris of California

 

(The Vice President receives a salary of $253,300 a year and $20,000 taxable expense allowance.)


The Cabinet
 

(Salary of each member, $219,200)


Attorney General, Merrick B. Garland, Maryland.

 

Secretary of Agriculture, Thomas J. Vilsack, Iowa.

 

Secretary of Commerce, Gina M. Raimondo, Rhode Island.

 

Secretary of Defense, Lloyd J. Austin III, Georgia.

 

Secretary of Education, Dr. Miguel A. Cardona, Connecticut.

 

Secretary of Energy, Jennifer M. Granholm, Michigan.

 

Secretary of Health and Human Services, Xavier Becerra, California.

 

Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas, District of Columbia.

 

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Marcia L. Fudge, Ohio.

 

Secretary of the Interior, Debra Anne Haaland, New Mexico.

 

Secretary of Labor, Martin J. Walsh, Massachusetts.

 

Secretary of State, Antony J. Blinken, New York.

 

Secretary of Transportation, Pete Buttigieg, Indiana. 

 

Secretary of the Treasury, Dr. Janet Yellen, California.

 

Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Denis Richard McDonough, Maryland.

 

 

State listed is state of residence at time of confirmation.
 
 
THE JUDICIARY
 
The Supreme Court of the United States
Washington, DC 20543
www.supremecourtus.gov

Chief Justice,
John G. Roberts, Jr., Salary, $277,700
 
Associate Justices, with year of appointment; Salary of each, $265,600
 
Clarence Thomas 1991 Elena Kagan 2010
Stephen G. Breyer 1994 Neil M. Gorsuch 2017
Samuel A. Alito, Jr. 2006 Brett M. Kavanaugh 2018
Sonia Sotomayor 2009 Amy Coney Barrett 2020
 
 Clerk, Scott S. Harris 
 Reporter of Decisions, Rebecca A. Womeldorf
 Marshal, Gail Curley
 Librarian, Linda Maslow
 Public Information Officer, Patricia McCabe
 Counselor to the Chief Justice, Jeffrey P. Minear
 Curator, Catherine E. Fitts
 Dir. of Information Technology, Robert J. Hawkins
 Court Counsel, Ethan V. Torrey

 

 

THE ONE-HUNDRED-SEVENTEENTH CONGRESS

 

1st SESSION, 2021

 

The Congress convenes annually on January 3, unless it has, by law, fixed a different date.

 

The Senate

www.senate.gov

 

The term of a Senator is six years; annual salary, $174,000

The dates opposite the names of Senators indicate when they entered the Senate and when their present terms expire.

 

President Pro Tempore, Patrick Leahy, Vermont

Majority Leader, Charles E. Schumer, New York

Minority Leader, Mitch McConnell, Kentucky

Secretary of the Senate, Tammy Baldwin, Wisconsin

 

Republicans, 50; Democrats, 48; Independent, 2. Total, 100.

 


Alabama

Tommy Tuberville, R

2017-2021

Richard C. Shelby, R

2018-2023


Alaska

Lisa Murkowski, R 2002-2023

Daniel Sullivan, R

2015-2021

Arizona

Mark Kelly, D 

2019-2023

Kyrsten Sinema, D

2019-2025

Arkansas

John Boozman, R

2011-2023

Tom Cotton, R

2015-2021

California

Dianne Feinstein, D

1992-2025

Alex Padilla, D

2021-2023

Colorado

Michael F. Bennet, D

2009-2023

John Hickenlooper, D

2021-2027

Connecticut

Richard Blumenthal, D

2011-2023

Christopher Murphy, D

2013-2025


Delaware

Thomas R. Carper, D

2001-2025

Christopher A. Coons, D

2011-2021


Florida

Marco Rubio, R

2011-2023

Rick Scott, R 2019-2025


Georgia

Jon Ossoff, D

2015-2021 Raphael Warnock, D 2021-2023


Hawaii

Mazie K. Hirono, D

2013-2025

Brian Schatz, D

2013-2023


Idaho

Mike Crapo, R

1999-2023

James E. Risch, R

2009-2021


Illinois

Tammy Duckworth, D

2017-2023

Richard J. Durbin, D

1997-2021


Indiana

Mike Braun, R

2019-2025

Todd Young, R

2017-2023

Iowa

Joni Emst, R

2015-2021

Chuck Grassley, R

1981-2023


Kansas

Jerry Moran, R

2011-2023

Roger Marshall, R

2021-2027


Kentucky

Mitch McConnell, R

1985-2021

Rand Paul, R

2011-2023


Louisiana

Bill Cassidy, R

2015-2021

John Kennedy, R

2017-2023


Maine

Susan M. Collins, R

1997-2021

Angus S. King, Jr., I 

2013-2025


Maryland

Benjamin L. Cardin, D

2007-2025

Chris Van Hollen, D

2017-2023


Massachusetts

Edward J. Markey, D

2015-2021

Elizabeth Warren, D 

2013-2025


Michigan

Gary Peters, D

2015-2021

Debbie Stabenow, D

2001-2025


Minnesota

Amy Klobuchar, D

2007-2025

Tina Smith, D

2018-2021


Mississippi

Cindy Hyde-Smith, R

2018-2021

Roger F. Wicker, R 

2007-2025


Missouri

Roy Blunt, R

2011-2023

Josh Hawley, R

2019-2025


Montana

Steve Daines, R

2015-2021

Jon Tester, D

2007-2025


Nebraska

Deb Fischer, R

2013-2025

Ben Sasse, R

2015-2021


Nevada

Catherine Cortez Masto, D 

2017-2023

Jacky Rosen, D

2019-2025


New Hampshire

Margaret Wood Hassan, D

2017-2023

Jeanne Shaheen, D

2009-2021


New Jersey

Cory A. Booker, D

2015-2021

Robert Menendez, D

2006-2025


New Mexico

Martin Heinrich, D

2013-2025

Ben Ray Lujan, D

2009-2027


New York

Kirsten E. Gillibrand, D

2009-2025

Charles E. Schumer, D

1999-2023


North Carolina

Richard Burr, R

2005-2023

Thom Tillis, R

2015-2021


North Dakota

Kevin Cramer, R

2019-2025

John Hoeven, R

2011-2023


Ohio

Sherrod Brown, D

2007-2025

Rob Portman, R

2011-2023


Oklahoma

James M. Inhofe, R

1994-2021

James Lankford, R

2015-2023


Oregon

Jeff Merkley, D

2009-2021

Ron Wyden, D

1996-2023


Pennsylvania

Robert P. Casey, Jr., D

2007-2025

Patrick J. Toomey, R

2011-2023


Rhode Island

Jack Reed, D

1997-2021

Sheldon Whitehouse, D

2007-2025


South Carolina

Lindsey Graham, R

2003-2021

Tim Scott, R

2013-2023


South Dakota

Mike Rounds, R

2015-2021

John Thune, R 

2005-2023

Tennessee

Bill Hagerty, R

2003-2027

Marsha Blackburn, R

2019-2025

Texas

John Cornyn, R

2002-2021

Ted Cruz, R

2013-2025

Utah

Mike Lee, R 

2011-2023

Mitt Romney, R 2019-2025

Vermont

Patrick J. Leahy, D

1975-2023

Bernard Sanders, I

2007-2025

Virginia

Tim Kaine, D

2013-2025

Mark R. Warner, D

2008-2021

Washington

Maria Cantwell, D

2001-2025

Patty Murray, D

1993-2023

West Virginia

Shelley Moore Capito, R

2015-2021

Joe Manchin III, D

2011-2025

Wisconsin

 Tammy Baldwin, D

2013-2025

Ron Johnson, R

2011-2023

Wyoming

John Barrasso, R

2007-2025

Michael B. Enzi, R

 1997-2021


THE ONE-HUNDRED-SEVENTEENTH CONGRESS

 

1st SESSION, 2021

 

The House of Representatives

 

Website: www.clerk.house.gov

 

The term of a Representative is two years; annual salary, $174,000.

 

The Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, California

Majority Leader, Steny H. Hoyer, Maryland

Minority Leader, Kevin McCarthy, California

Clerk of the House of Representatives, Cheryl L. Johnson, Louisiana

 

Republicans, 212; Democrats, 220; Vacancy, 3; Total, 435.

 

ALABAMA. 1. Jerry Carl, R; 2. Barry Moore, R; 3. Mike Rogers, R; 4. Robert B. Aderholt, R; 5. Mo Brooks, R; 6. Gary J. Palmer, R; 7. Terri A. Sewell, D.

 

ALASKA. At Large, Don Young, R.

 

ARIZONA. 1. Tom O’Halleran, D; 2. Ann Kirkpatrick, D; 3. Raúl M. Grijalva, D; 4. Paul A. Gosar, R; 5. Andy Biggs, R; 6. David Schweikert, R; 7. Ruben Gallego, D; 8. Debbie Lesko, R; 9. Greg Stanton, D.

 

ARKANSAS. 1. Eric A. "Rick" Crawford, R; 2. J. French Hill, R; 3. Steve Womack, R; 4. Bruce Westerman, R.

 

CALIFORNIA. 1. Doug LaMalfa, R; 2. Jared Huffman, D; 3. John Garamendi, D; 4. Tom McClintock, R; 5. Mike Thompson, D; 6. Doris O. Matsui, D; 7. Ami Bera, D; 8. Jay Obernolte, R; 9. Jerry McNerney, D; 10. Josh Harder, D; 11. Mark DeSaulnier, D; 12. Nancy Pelosi, D; 13. Barbara Lee, D; 14. Jackie Speier, D; 15. Eric Swalwell, D; 16. Jim Costa, D; 17. Ro Khanna, D; 18. Anna G. Eshoo, D; 19. Zoe Lofgren, D; 20. Jimmy Panetta, D; 21. David G. Valadao, R; 22. Devin Nunes, R; 23. Kevin McCarthy, R; 24. Salud O. Carbajal, D; 25. Mike Garcia, R; 26. Julia Brownley, D; 27. Judy Chu, D; 28. Adam B. Schiff, D; 29. Tony Cárdenas, D; 30. Brad Sherman, D; 31. Pete Aguilar, D; 32. Grace F. Napolitano, D; 33. Ted Lieu, D; 34. Jimmy Gomez, D; 35. Norma J. Torres, D; 36. Raul Ruiz, D; 37. Karen Bass, D; 38. Linda T. Sánchez, D; 39. Young Kim, R; 40. Lucille Roybal-Allard, D; 41. Mark Takano, D; 42. Ken Calvert, R; 43. Maxine Waters, D; 44. Nanette Diaz Barragán, D; 45. Katie Porter, D; 46. J. Luis Correa, D; 47. Alan S. Lowenthal, D; 48. Michelle Steel, R; 49. Mike Levin, D; 50. Darrell Issa, R; 51. Juan Vargas, D; 52. Scott H. Peters, D; 53. Sara Jacobs, D.

 

COLORADO. 1. Diana DeGette, D; 2. Joe Neguse, D; 3. Lauren Boebert, R; 4. Ken Buck, R; 5. Doug Lamborn, R; 6. Jason Crow, D; 7. Ed Perlmutter, D.

 

CONNECTICUT. 1. John B. Larson, D; 2. Joe Courtney, D; 3. Rosa L. DeLauro, D; 4. James A. Himes, D; 5. Jahana Hayes, D. 

 

DELAWARE. At Large, Lisa Blunt Rochester, D.

 

FLORIDA. 1. Matt Gaetz, R; 2. Neal P. Dunn, R; 3. Kat Cammack, R; 4. John H. Rutherford, R; 5. Al Lawson, Jr., D; 6. Michael Waltz, R; 7. Stephanie N. Murphy, D; 8. Bill Posey, R; 9. Darren Soto, D; 10. Val Butler Demings, D; 11. Daniel Webster, R; 12. Gus M. Bilirakis, R; 13. Charlie Crist, D; 14. Kathy Castor, D; 15. Scott Franklin, R; 16. Vern Buchanan, R; 17. W. Gregory Steube, R; 18. Brian J. Mast, R; 19. Byron Donalds, R; 20. Alcee L. Hastings, D; 21. Lois Frankel, D; 22. Theodore E. Deutch, D; 23. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D; 24. Frederica S. Wilson, D; 25. Mario Diaz-Balart, R; 26. Carlos Gimenez, R; 27. Maria Elvira Salazar, R.

 

GEORGIA. 1. Earl L. "Buddy" Carter, R; 2. Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., D; 3. A. Drew Ferguson IV, R; 4. Henry C. "Hank" Johnson, Jr., D; 5. Nikema Williams, D; 6. Lucy McBath, D; 7. Carolyn Bourdeaux, D; 8. Austin Scott, R; 9. Andrew Clyde, R; 10. Jody B. Hice, R; 11. Barry Loudermilk, R; 12. Rick W. Allen, R; 13. David Scott, D; 14. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R.

 

HAWAII. 1. Ed Case, D; 2. Kaiali’I Kahele, D.

 

IDAHO. 1. Russ Fulcher, R; 2. Michael K. Simpson, R.

 

ILLINOIS. 1. Bobby L. Rush, D; 2. Robin L. Kelly, D; 3. Marie Newman, D; 4. Jesús G. "Chuy" García, D; 5. Mike Quigley, D; 6. Sean Casten, D; 7. Danny K. Davis, D; 8. Raja Krishnamoorthi, D; 9. Janice D. Schakowsky, D; 10. Bradley Scott Schneider, D; 11. Bill Foster, D; 12. Mike Bost, R; 13. Rodney Davis, R; 14. Lauren Underwood, D; 15. Mary Miller, R; 16. Adam Kinzinger, R; 17. Cheri Bustos, D; 18. Darin LaHood, R.

 

INDIANA. 1. Frank Mrvan, D; 2. Jackie Walorski, R; 3. Jim Banks, R; 4. James R. Baird, R; 5. Victoria Spartz, R; 6. Greg Pence, R; 7. André Carson, D; 8. Larry Bucshon, R; 9. Trey Hollingsworth, R.

 

IOWA. 1. Ashley Hinson, R; 2. Mariannette Miller-Meeks, R; 3. Cynthia Axne, D; 4. Randy Feenstra, R.

 

KANSAS. 1. Traci Mann, R; 2. Jacob LaTurner, R; 3. Sharice Davids, D; 4. Ron Estes, R.

 

KENTUCKY. 1. James Comer, R; 2. Brett Guthrie, R; 3. John A. Yarmuth, D; 4. Thomas Massie, R; 5. Harold Rogers, R; 6. Andy Barr, R.

 

LOUISIANA. 1. Steve Scalise, R; 2. Troy Carter, D; 3. Clay Higgins, R; 4. Mike Johnson, R; 5. Julia Letlow, R; 6. Garret Graves, R.

 

MAINE. 1. Chellie Pingree, D; 2. Jared F. Golden, D.

 

MARYLAND. 1. Andy Harris, R; 2. C.A Dutch Ruppersberger, D; 3. John P. Sarbanes, D; 4. Anthony G. Brown, D; 5. Steny H. Hoyer, D; 6. David J. Trone, D; 7. Kweisi Mfume, D; 8. Jamie Raskin, D.

 

MASSACHUSETTS. 1. Richard E. Neal, D; 2. James P. McGovern, D; 3. Lori Trahan, D; 4. Jake Auchincloss, D; 5. Katherine M. Clark, D; 6. Seth Moulton, D; 7. Ayanna Pressley, D; 8. Stephen F. Lynch, D; 9. William R. Keating, D.

 

MICHIGAN. 1. Jack Bergman, R; 2. Bill Huizenga, R; 3. Peter Meijer, R; 4. John R. Moolenaar, R; 5. Daniel T. Kildee, D; 6. Fred Upton, R; 7. Tim Walberg, R; 8. Elissa Slotkin, D; 9. Andy Levin, D; 10. Lisa McClain, R; 11. Haley M. Stevens, D; 12. Debbie Dingell, D; 13. Rashida Tlaib, D; 14. Brenda L. Lawrence, D.

 

MINNESOTA. 1. Jim Hagedorn, R; 2. Angie Craig, D; 3. Dean Phillips, D; 4. Betty McCollum, D; 5. Ilhan Omar, D; 6. Tom Emmer, R; 7. Michelle Fischbach, R; 8. Pete Stauber, R.

 

MISSISSIPPI. 1. Trent Kelly, R; 2. Bennie G. Thompson, D; 3. Michael Guest, R; 4. Steven M. Palazzo, R.

 

MISSOURI. 1. Cori Bush, D; 2. Ann Wagner, R; 3. Blaine Luetkemeyer, R; 4. Vicky Hartzler, R; 5. Emanuel Cleaver, D; 6. Sam Graves, R; 7. Billy Long, R; 8. Jason Smith, R.

 

MONTANA. At Large, Matt Rosedale, R.

 

NEBRASKA. 1. Jeff Fortenberry, R; 2. Don Bacon, R; 3. Adrian Smith, R.

 

NEVADA. 1. Dina Titus, D; 2. Mark E. Amodei, R; 3. Susie Lee, D; 4. Steven Horsford, D.

 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 1. Chris Pappas, D; 2. Ann M. Kuster, D.

 

NEW JERSEY. 1. Donald Norcross, D; 2. Jefferson Van Drew, D; 3. Andy Kim, D; 4. Christopher H. Smith, R; 5. Josh Gottheimer, D; 6. Frank Pallone, Jr., D; 7. Tom Malinowski, D; 8. Albio Sires, D; 9. Bill Pascrell, Jr., D; 10. Donald M. Payne, Jr., D; 11. Mikie Sherrill, D; 12. Bonnie Watson Coleman, D.

 

NEW MEXICO. 1. Melanie Ann Stansbury, D; 2. Yvette Herrell, R; 3. Teresa Leger Fernandez, D.

 

NEW YORK. 1. Lee M. Zeldin, R; 2. Andrew Garbarono, R; 3. Thomas R. Suozzi, D; 4. Kathleen M. Rice, D; 5. Gregory W. Meeks, D; 6. Grace Meng, D; 7. Nydia M. Velázquez, D; 8. Hakeem S. Jeffries, D; 9. Yvette D. Clarke, D; 10. Jerrold Nadler, D; 11. Nicole Malliotakis, R; 12. Carolyn B. Maloney, D; 13. Adriano Espaillat, D; 14. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D; 15. Ritchie Torres, D; 16. Jamaal Bowman, D; 17. Mondaire Jones, D; 18. Sean Patrick Maloney, D; 19. Antonio Delgado, D; 20. Paul Tonko, D; 21. Elise M. Stefanik, R; 22. Claudia Tenney, R; 23. Tom Reed, R; 24. John Katko, R; 25. Joseph D. Morelle, D; 26. Brian Higgins, D; 27. Christopher Jacobs, R.

 

NORTH CAROLINA. 1. G. K. Butterfield, D; 2. Deborah Ross, D; 3. Gregory F. Murphy, R; 4. David E. Price, D; 5. Virginia Foxx, R; 6. Cathy Manning, D; 7. David Rouzer, R; 8. Richard Hudson, R; 9. Dan Bishop, R; 10. Patrick T. McHenry, R; 11. Madison Cawthorn, R; 12. Alma S. Adams, D; 13. Ted Budd, R.

 

NORTH DAKOTA. At Large, Kelly Armstrong, R.

 

OHIO. 1. Steve Chabot, R; 2. Brad R. Wenstrup, R; 3. Joyce Beatty, D; 4. Jim Jordan, R; 5. Robert E. Latta, R; 6. Bill Johnson, R; 7. Bob Gibbs, R; 8. Warren Davidson, R; 9. Marcy Kaptur, D; 10. Michael R. Turner, R; 11. vacancy; 12. Troy Balderson, R; 13. Tim Ryan, D; 14. David P. Joyce, R; 15. Vacancy; Steve Stivers, R; 16. Anthony Gonzalez, R.

 

OKLAHOMA. 1. Kevin Hern, R; 2. Markwayne Mullin, R; 3. Frank D. Lucas, R; 4. Tom Cole, R; 5. Stephanie Bice, R.

 

OREGON. 1. Suzanne Bonamici, D; 2. Cliff Bentz, R; 3. Earl Blumenauer, D; 4. Peter A. DeFazio, D; 5. Kurt Schrader, D.

 

PENNSYLVANIA. 1. Brian K. Fitzpatrick, R; 2. Brendan F. Boyle, D; 3. Dwight Evans, D; 4. Madeleine Dean, D; 5. Mary Gay Scanlon, D; 6. Chrissy Houlahan, D; 7. Susan Wild, D; 8. Matt Cartwright, D; 9. Daniel Meuser, R; 10. Scott Perry, R; 11. Lloyd Smucker, R; 12. Fred Keller, R; 13. John Joyce, R; 14. Guy Reschenthaler, R; 15. Glenn Thompson, R; 16. Mike Kelly, R; 17. Conor Lamb, D; 18. Michael F. Doyle, D.

 

RHODE ISLAND. 1. David N. Cicilline, D; 2. James R. Langevin, D.

 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 1. Nancy Mace, R; 2. Joe Wilson, R; 3. Jeff Duncan, R; 4. William R. Timmons IV, R; 5. Ralph Norman, R; 6. James E. Clyburn, D; 7. Tom Rice, R.

 

SOUTH DAKOTA. At Large, Dusty Johnson, R.

 

TENNESSEE. 1. Diana Harshbarger, R; 2. Tim Burchett, R; 3. Charles J. "Chuck" Fleischmann, R; 4. Scott DesJarlais, R; 5. Jim Cooper, D; 6. John W. Rose, R; 7. Mark E. Green, R; 8. David Kustoff, R; 9. Steve Cohen, D.

 

TEXAS. 1. Louie Gohmert, R; 2. Dan Crenshaw, R; 3. Van Taylor, R; 4. Pat Fallon, R; 5. Lance Gooden, R; 6. Jake Ellzey, R; 7. Lizzie Fletcher, D; 8. Kevin Brady, R; 9. Al Green, D; 10. Michael T. McCaul, R; 11. August Pfluger, R; 12. Kay Granger, R; 13. Ronny L. Jackson, R; 14. Randy K. Weber, Sr., R; 15. Vicente Gonzalez, D; 16. Veronica Escobar, D; 17. Pete Sessions, R; 18. Sheila Jackson Lee, D; 19. Jodey C. Arrington, R; 20. Joaquin Castro, D; 21. Chip Roy, R; 22. Troy Nehls, R; 23. Tony Gonzales, R; 24. Beth Van Duyne, R; 25. Roger Williams, R; 26. Michael C. Burgess, R; 27. Michael Cloud, R; 28. Henry Cuellar, D; 29. Sylvia R. Garcia, D; 30. Eddie Bernice Johnson, D; 31. John R. Carter, R; 32. Colin Allred, D; 33. Marc A. Veasey, D; 34. Filemon Vela, D; 35. Lloyd Doggett, D; 36. Brian Babin, R.

 

UTAH. 1. Blake Moore, R; 2. Chris Stewart, R; 3. John R. Curtis, R; 4. Burgess Owens, R.

 

VERMONT. At Large, Peter Welch, D.

 

VIRGINIA. 1. Robert J. Wittman, R; 2. Elaine G. Luria, D; 3. Robert C. "Bobby" Scott, D; 4. A. Donald McEachin, D; 5. Bob Good, R; 6. Ben Cline, R; 7. Abigail Davis Spanberger, D; 8. Donald S. Beyer, Jr., D; 9. H. Morgan Griffith, R; 10. Jennifer Wexton, D; 11. Gerald E. Connolly, D.

 

WASHINGTON. 1. Suzan K. DelBene, D; 2. Rick Larsen, D; 3. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R; 4. Dan Newhouse, R; 5. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R; 6. Derek Kilmer, D; 7. Pramila Jayapal, D; 8. Kim Schrier, D; 9. Adam Smith, D; 10. Marilyn Strickland, D.

 

WEST VIRGINIA. 1. David B. McKinley, R; 2. Alexander X. Mooney, R; 3. Carol D. Miller, R.

 

WISCONSIN. 1. Bryan Steil, R; 2. Mark Pocan, D; 3. Ron Kind, D; 4. Gwen Moore, D; 5. Scott Fitzgerald, R; 6. Glenn Grothman, R; 7. Tom Tiffany, R; 8. Mike Gallagher, R.

 

WYOMING. At Large, Liz Cheney, R.

 

AMERICAN SAMOA. At Large, Aumua Amata Coleman Radewagen, R.

 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. At Large, Eleanor Holmes Norton, D.

 

GUAM. At Large, Michael F. Q. San Nicolas, D.

 

NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS. At Large, Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan, D.

 

PUERTO RICO. House Special Delegation from Puerto Rico, Roberto Lefranc Fortuno, NP; Maria Melendez Altieri, NP; Ricardo Rossello, NP; Elizabeth Torres Rodriguez, NP.

 

VIRGIN ISLANDS. At Large, Stacey E. Plaskett, D.