Members of the 110th United States Congress

Members of the 110th United States Congress

The One Hundred Tenth United States Congress was the meeting of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, between January 3, 2007, and January 3, 2009, during the last two years of the second term of President George W. Bush. It was composed of the Senate and the House of Representatives. The apportionment of seats in the House was based on the 2000 U.S. census.

The Democratic Party controlled a majority in both chambers for the first time since the end of the 103rd Congress in 1995. Although the Democrats held fewer than 50 Senate seats, they had an operational majority because the two independent senators caucused with the Democrats for organizational purposes. No Democratic-held seats had fallen to the Republican Party in the 2006 elections. Democrat Nancy Pelosi became the first woman Speaker of the House. The House also received the first Muslims and Buddhists in Congress.




House of Representatives


Percent of members of the House of Representatives from each party current to May 2008.
Region Democrats Republicans Vacant Total States as defined in the US Census
New England 21 1 22 CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT
Mid-Atlantic 47 23 70 DE, MD, NJ, NY, PA
Midwest 34 35 69 MI, IL, IN, OH, WI
Great Plains 16 15 31 IA, KS, MN, MO, ND, NE, SD
South Atlantic 29 41 1 71 FL, GA, NC, SC, VA, WV
South Central 32 42 74 AL, AR, KY, LA, MS, OK, TN, TX
Mountain 11 17 28 AZ, CO, ID, MT, NM, NV, UT, WY
Pacific 46 24 70 AK, CA, HI, OR, WA
Total 236 198 1 435

Voting members by state

District Name Party Religion Prior Experience Education Assumed Office Born In
Alabama 1 Bonner, Jo Republican Episcopalian congressional aide University of Alabama 2003 1959
Alabama 2 Everett, Terry Republican Baptist journalist, newspaper publisher Enterprise State Junior College (attended) 1993 1937
Alabama 3 Rogers, Mike Republican Baptist Calhoun County Commissioner, State House of Representatives Jacksonville State University, Birmingham School of Law 2003 1958
Alabama 4 Aderholt, Robert Republican Congregationalist Haleyville Municipal Judge Birmingham-Southern, Samford, Cumberland School of Law 1997 1965
Alabama 5 Cramer, Bud Democratic Methodist Madison County District Attorney University of Alabama 1991 1947
Alabama 6 Bachus, Spencer Republican Baptist state Republican Party chairman Auburn, University of Alabama 1993 1947
Alabama 7 Davis, Artur Democratic Lutheran Assistant U.S. Attorney Harvard 2003 1967
Alaska At Large Young, Don Republican Episcopalian State Senate, ship captain, mayor of Fort Yukon California State University, Chico 1973* 1933
Arizona 1 Renzi, Rick Republican Roman Catholic insurance executive Northern Arizona, Catholic 2003 1958
Arizona 2 Franks, Trent Republican Baptist non-profit program manager, policy consultant Ottawa (attended) 2003 1957
Arizona 3 Shadegg, John Republican Episcopalian lawyer Arizona 1995 1949
Arizona 4 Pastor, Ed Democratic Roman Catholic Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, Teacher Arizona State, Arizona 1991* 1943
Arizona 5 Mitchell, Harry Democratic Roman Catholic Mayor of Tempe, State Senate Arizona State 2007 1947
Arizona 6 Flake, Jeff Republican LDS non-profit program manager Brigham Young 2001 1962
Arizona 7 Grijalva, Raúl Democratic Roman Catholic Pima County Board of Supervisors Arizona 2003 1948
Arizona 8 Giffords, Gabrielle Democratic Jewish State Senate Scripps, Cornell 2007 1970
Arkansas 1 Berry, Marion Democratic Methodist pharmacist, farmer Arkansas 1997 1942
Arkansas 2 Snyder, Vic Democratic Methodist physician, State Senate Willamette, Oregon, Arkansas 1997 1947
Arkansas 3 Boozman, John Republican Baptist optometrist Southern College of Optometry, Arkansas 2001 1950
Arkansas 4 Ross, Mike Democratic Methodist financial executive, State Senate Arkansas 2001 1961
California 1 Thompson, Mike Democratic Roman Catholic military, State Senate Chico State 1999 1951
California 2 Herger, Wally Republican LDS State Assembly California State University, Sacramento (attended) 1987 1945
California 3 Lungren, Dan Republican Roman Catholic State Attorney General Notre Dame, Georgetown 2005 1946
California 4 Doolittle, John Republican LDS State Senate University of California at Santa Cruz, McGeorge School of Law 1991 1950
California 5 Matsui, Doris Democratic Methodist law firm director University of California, Berkeley 2005* 1944
California 6 Woolsey, Lynn Democratic Presbyterian Petaluma City Council member,Teacher University of Washington, University of San Francisco 1993 1937
California 7 Miller, George Democratic Roman Catholic State Senate San Francisco State University, University of California, Davis 1975 1945
California 8 Pelosi, Nancy Democratic Roman Catholic San Francisco Board of Supervisors Trinity Washington University 1987 1940
California 9 Lee, Barbara Democratic Baptist State Senate Mills College, University of California, Berkeley 1998* 1946
California 10 Tauscher, Ellen Democratic Roman Catholic investment banker Seton Hall University 1997 1951
California 11 McNerney, Jerry Democratic Roman Catholic engineering executive University of New Mexico 2007 1951
California 12 Speier, Jackie[L] Democratic Roman Catholic California State Senator UC Davis, UC Law 2008 1950
California 13 Stark, Pete Democratic Atheist Banking executive Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of California, Berkeley 1973 1931
California 14 Eshoo, Anna Democratic Roman Catholic San Mateo County Board of Supervisors Cañada College, Menlo College 1993 1942
California 15 Honda, Mike Democratic Protestant Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors, State Assembly San Jose State University 2001 1941
California 16 Lofgren, Zoe Democratic Christian Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors Stanford University, Santa Clara University 1995 1947
California 17 Farr, Sam Democratic Episcopalian State Assembly Willamette University, Santa Clara University, Monterey Institute of International Studies 1993 1941
California 18 Cardoza, Dennis Democratic Roman Catholic State Assembly University of Maryland, College Park 2003 1959
California 19 Radanovich, George Republican Roman Catholic Mariposa County Board of Supervisors California Polytechnic State University 1995 1955
California 20 Costa, Jim Democratic Roman Catholic State Assembly Fresno State University 2005 1952
California 21 Nunes, Devin Republican Roman Catholic Director of Rural Development with the United States Department of Agriculture College of the Sequoias, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo 2003 1973
California 22 McCarthy, Kevin Republican Baptist State Assembly California State University, Bakersfield 2007 1965
California 23 Capps, Lois Democratic Lutheran nurse, teacher Pacific Lutheran University, Yale University, University of California, Santa Barbara 1998* 1938
California 24 Gallegly, Elton Republican Protestant Simi Valley City Council Member Huntington Park High School 1987 1944
California 25 McKeon, Howard Republican LDS Mayor of Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita City Council Member Brigham Young University 1993 1938
California 26 Dreier, David Republican Christian Scientist director of corporate relations Claremont McKenna College, Claremont Graduate University 1981 1952
California 27 Sherman, Brad Democratic Jewish lawyer, accountant University of California, Los Angeles, Harvard Law School 1997 1954
California 28 Berman, Howard Democratic Jewish State Assembly University of California, Los Angeles 1983 1941
California 29 Schiff, Adam Democratic Jewish State Senate Stanford University, Harvard University 2001 1960
California 30 Waxman, Henry Democratic Jewish State Assembly University of California, Los Angeles 1975 1939
California 31 Becerra, Xavier Democratic Roman Catholic State Assembly Stanford University 1993 1958
California 32 Solis, Hilda Democratic Roman Catholic State Senate California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, University of Southern California 2001 1957
California 33 Watson, Diane Democratic Roman Catholic U.S. Ambassador to Micronesia University of California, Los Angeles; Claremont Graduate University 2001 1933
California 34 Roybal-Allard, Lucille Democratic Roman Catholic public relations executive California State University, Los Angeles 1993 1941
California 35 Waters, Maxine Democratic Christian State Assembly California State University, Los Angeles 1991 1938
California 36 Harman, Jane Democratic Jewish professor of public policy Smith College, Harvard Law School 2001 1945
California 37 Richardson, Laura[B] Democratic Methodist Long Beach City Council and assistant speaker pro tempore of the California State Assembly University of California, Los Angeles 2007 1962
California 38 Napolitano, Grace Democratic Roman Catholic State Assembly Texas Southmost College 1999 1936
California 39 Sánchez, Linda Democratic Roman Catholic attorney University of California, Berkeley, University of California, Los Angeles 2003 1969
California 40 Royce, Ed Republican Roman Catholic State Senate California State University, Fullerton 1993 1951
California 41 Lewis, Jerry Republican Presbyterian State Assembly University of California, Los Angeles 1979 1934
California 42 Miller, Gary Republican Protestant State Assembly Mount San Antonio College 1999 1948
California 43 Baca, Joe Democratic Roman Catholic State Senate University of California, Los Angeles 1999 1947
California 44 Calvert, Ken Republican Protestant real estate executive Chaffey College, San Diego State University 1993 1953
California 45 Bono Mack, Mary Republican Protestant congressional aide University of Southern California 1998 1961
California 46 Rohrabacher, Dana Republican Baptist special assistant to Ronald Reagan California State University, Long Beach, University of Southern California 1989 1947
California 47 Sanchez, Loretta Democratic Roman Catholic financial analyst Chapman University, American University 1997 1960
California 48 Campbell, John Republican Presbyterian State Assembly University of California, Los Angeles, University of Southern California 2005 1955
California 49 Issa, Darrell Republican Protestant electronics executive Kent State University Stark, Siena Heights College 2001 1953
California 50 Bilbray, Brian Republican Roman Catholic U.S. House, lobbyist Southwestern College 2006 1951
California 51 Filner, Bob Democratic Jewish congressional aide San Diego State University 1993 1942
California 52 Hunter, Duncan Republican Baptist attorney Western State University College of Law 1981 1946
California 53 Davis, Susan Democratic Jewish State Assembly University of California, Berkeley, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2001 1944
Colorado 1 DeGette, Diana Democratic Presbyterian State House of Representatives Colorado College 1997 1957
Colorado 2 Udall, Mark Democratic Unspecified State House of Representatives Williams College 1999 1950
Colorado 3 Salazar, John Democratic Roman Catholic State House of Representatives U.S. Military Academy 2005 1953
Colorado 4 Musgrave, Marilyn Republican Assembly of God State House of Representatives Colorado State University 2003 1949
Colorado 5 Lamborn, Doug Republican Christian State Senate University of Kansas 2007 1954
Colorado 6 Tancredo, Thomas Republican Presbyterian State House of Representatives University of Northern Colorado 1999 1945
Colorado 7 Perlmutter, Ed Democratic Protestant State Senate University of Colorado 2007 1953
Connecticut 1 Larson, John Democratic Roman Catholic State Senate Central Connecticut State University 1999 1948
Connecticut 2 Courtney, Joe Democratic Roman Catholic State House of Representatives Tufts University 2007 1953
Connecticut 3 DeLauro, Rosa Democratic Roman Catholic EMILY's List director Marymount College 1991 1943
Connecticut 4 Shays, Chris Republican Christian Scientist State House of Representatives New York University 1987 1945
Connecticut 5 Murphy, Chris Democratic Protestant Connecticut House of Representatives, State Senate Williams College 2007 1973
Delaware At Large Castle, Michael Republican Roman Catholic Delaware General Assembly, Governor Hamilton College, Georgetown 1993 1939
Florida 1 Miller, Jeff Republican Methodist real estate broker, deputy sheriff University of Florida 2001 1959
Florida 2 Boyd, Allen Democratic Methodist State House of Representatives Florida State University 1997 1945
Florida 3 Brown, Corrine Democratic Baptist State House of Representatives Florida A&M University 1993 1946
Florida 4 Crenshaw, Ander Republican Episcopalian Florida House of Representatives, State Senate University of Georgia, University of Florida 2001 1944
Florida 5 Brown-Waite, Ginny Republican Roman Catholic Hernando County Commissoner, President Pro Tem of the Florida State Senate State University of New York at Albany 2003 1943
Florida 6 Stearns, Cliff Republican Presbyterian military George Washington University, University of California at Los Angeles 1989 1941
Florida 7 Mica, John Republican Episcopalian State House of Representatives University of Florida 1993 1943
Florida 8 Keller, Ric Republican Methodist attorney Vanderbilt University 2001 1964
Florida 9 Bilirakis, Gus Republican Eastern Orthodox lawyer, State House of Representatives University of Florida 2007 1963
Florida 10 Young, Bill Republican Methodist State Senate Army National Guard 1971 1930
Florida 11 Castor, Kathy Democratic Presbyterian Assistant General Counsel to the Florida Department of Community Affairs, President of the Florida Association of Women Lawyers, Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners Emory University 2007 1966
Florida 12 Putnam, Adam Republican Episcopalian State House of Representatives University of Florida 2001 1974
Florida 13 Buchanan, Vern Republican Baptist auto dealer Cleary University 2007 1951
Florida 14 Mack, Connie Republican Roman Catholic State House of Representatives University of Florida 2005 1967
Florida 15 Weldon, Dave Republican Christian military State University of New York 1995 1953
Florida 16 Mahoney, Tim Democratic Methodist COO of assest management company West Virginia University, George Washington University 2007 1956
Florida 17 Meek, Kendrick Democratic Baptist State Senate Florida A&M University 2003 1966
Florida 18 Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana Republican Episcopalian Florida House of Representatives, State Senate Florida International University, University of Miami 1989 1952
Florida 19 Wexler, Robert Democratic Jewish Florida House of Representatives; State Senate University of Florida 1997 1961
Florida 20 Wasserman Schultz, Debbie Democratic Jewish State Senate University of Florida 2005 1966
Florida 21 Diaz-Balart, Lincoln Republican Roman Catholic lawyer New College of Florida 1993 1954
Florida 22 Klein, Ron Democratic Jewish lawyer, State House of Representatives Ohio State, Case Western Law 2007 1957
Florida 23 Hastings, Alcee Democratic AME lawyer, District Court judge Fisk University 1993 1936
Florida 24 Feeney, Tom Republican Presbyterian lawyer; State House of Representatives Penn State; Pitt Law 2003 1958
Florida 25 Diaz-Balart, Mario Republican Roman Catholic aide to Miami Mayor Xavier Suarez; State House of Representatives South Florida 2003 1961
Georgia 1 Kingston, Jack Republican Episcopalian agribusiness, insurance executive University of Georgia 1993 1955
Georgia 2 Bishop, Sanford Democratic Baptist State Senate Morehouse College 1993 1947
Georgia 3 Westmoreland, Lynn Republican Baptist State House of Representatives Georgia State University (attended) 2003 1950
Georgia 4 Johnson, Hank Democratic Buddhist lawyer, DeKalb County Commission Clark Atlanta University 2007 1954
Georgia 5 Lewis, John Democratic Baptist Atlanta City Council American Baptist Theological Seminary 1987 1940
Georgia 6 Price, Tom Republican Presbyterian State Senate University of Michigan 2005 1954
Georgia 7 Linder, John Republican Presbyterian State House of Representatives University of Minnesota 1993 1942
Georgia 8 Marshall, Jim Democratic Roman Catholic Mayor of Macon Princeton University, Boston University 2005 1948
Georgia 9 Deal, Nathan Republican Baptist State Senate Mercer University 1993 1942
Georgia 10 Broun, Paul[C] Republican Baptist physician University of Georgia, Medical College of Georgia 2007 1946
Georgia 11 Gingrey, Phil Republican Roman Catholic State Senate Medical College of Georgia 2003 1942
Georgia 12 Barrow, John Democratic Baptist AthensClarke County city/county commissioner University of Georgia 2005 1955
Georgia 13 Scott, David Democratic Baptist State Senate Florida A&M University 2003 1946
Hawaii 1 Abercrombie, Neil Democratic Non-Affiliated Honolulu City Council; State Senate Union College, University of Hawaii 1991 1938
Hawaii 2 Hirono, Mazie Democratic Buddhist Hawaii House of Representatives, Lieutenant Governor University of Hawaii, Georgetown 2007 1947
Idaho 1 Sali, Bill Republican Evangelical State House of Representatives University of Idaho 2007 1954
Idaho 2 Simpson, Mike Republican LDS dentist, Blackfoot City Council, Speaker of the Idaho House of Representatives Utah State University 1999 1950
Illinois 1 Rush, Bobby Democratic Protestant Chicago City Council, insurance agent Roosevelt University, University of Illinois, McCormick Theological Seminary 1993 1946
Illinois 2 Jackson Jr., Jesse Democratic Baptist community organizer North Carolina A & T State University, Chicago Theological Seminary, University of Illinois 1995 1965
Illinois 3 Lipinski, Dan Democratic Roman Catholic college professor Northwestern, Stanford, Duke 2005 1966
Illinois 4 Gutierrez, Luis Democratic Roman Catholic Chicago City Council, teacher, social worker Northeastern Illinois University 1993 1953
Illinois 5 Emanuel, Rahm Democratic Jewish investment banker Sarah Lawrence College, Northwestern 2003 1959
Illinois 6 Roskam, Peter Republican Anglican State Senate University of Illinois, Chicago Kent College of Law 2007 1961
Illinois 7 Davis, Danny Democratic Baptist Chicago City Council, Cook County Board of Commissioners Arkansas AM & N, Chicago State, Union Institute and University 1997 1941
Illinois 8 Bean, Melissa Democratic Eastern Orthodox consulting firm director Roosevelt University 2005 1962
Illinois 9 Schakowsky, Jan Democratic Jewish State House of Representatives University of Illinois 1999 1944
Illinois 10 Kirk, Mark Republican Congregationalist Counsel to House International Relations Committee Cornell University, London School of Economics, Georgetown, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (attended) 2001 1959
Illinois 11 Weller, Jerry Republican Christian State House of Representatives University of Illinois 1995 1957
Illinois 12 Costello, Jerry Democratic Roman Catholic chief investigator, Illinois State Attorney's office Maryville College of the Sacred Heart 1988* 1949
Illinois 13 Biggert, Judy Republican Episcopalian State House of Representatives Stanford, Northwestern 1999 1937
Illinois 14 Foster, Bill[D] Democratic Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory University of Wisconsin–Madison, Harvard University 2008 1955
Illinois 15 Johnson, Tim Republican Assembly of God Urbana City Council, Illinois House of Representatives attorney West Point, Illinois, University of Illinois College of Law 2001 1946
Illinois 16 Manzullo, Donald Republican Baptist attorney American University, Marquette 1993 1944
Illinois 17 Hare, Phil Democratic Roman Catholic congressional aide, union leader Alleman High School 2007 1949
Illinois 18 LaHood, Ray Republican Roman Catholic congressional aide, teacher, state House of Representatives Bradley University 1995 1945
Illinois 19 Shimkus, John Republican Lutheran Madison County treasurer U.S. Military Academy, Southern Illinois University 1997 1958
Indiana 1 Visclosky, Pete Democratic Roman Catholic attorney, congressional staff member Indiana University Northwest, Notre Dame Law School, Georgetown 1985 1949
Indiana 2 Donnelly, Joe Democratic Roman Catholic lawyer, printing executive Notre Dame 2007 1955
Indiana 3 Souder, Mark Republican Evangelical U.S. Senate staff member IPFW, Notre Dame 1995 1950
Indiana 4 Buyer, Steve Republican Methodist legal counsel, military The Citadel, Valparaiso University School of Law 1993 1958
Indiana 5 Burton, Dan Republican Christian Indiana House of Representatives; State Senate Indiana, Cincinnati Bible Seminary 1983 1938
Indiana 6 Pence, Mike Republican Christian attorney, radio talk show host Hanover College, Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis 2001 1959
Indiana 7 Carson, André[F] Democratic Muslim Indianapolis City-County Council member Concordia University Wisconsin, Indiana Wesleyan University 2008 1974
Indiana 8 Ellsworth, Brad Democratic Roman Catholic Sheriff of Vanderburgh County Indiana State University 2007 1958
Indiana 9 Hill, Baron Democratic Church of Christ State House of Representatives, U.S. House Furman University 2007 1953
Iowa 1 Braley, Bruce Democratic Presbyterian lawyer Iowa State University, University of Iowa 2007 1957
Iowa 2 Loebsack, David Democratic Methodist political science professor at Cornell College Iowa State University 2007 1952
Iowa 3 Boswell, Leonard Democratic Community of Christ State Senate Graceland University 1997 1934
Iowa 4 Latham, Tom Republican Lutheran agribusiness Iowa State University 1995 1948
Iowa 5 King, Steve Republican Roman Catholic State Senate Northwest Missouri State University (attended) 2003 1949
Kansas 1 Moran, Jerry Republican Methodist State Senate Majority Leader University of Kansas, Fort Hays State University (attended) 1997 1954
Kansas 2 Boyda, Nancy Democratic Methodist analytical chemist William Jewell College 2007 1955
Kansas 3 Moore, Dennis Democratic Protestant attorney University of Kansas, Washburn University 1999 1945
Kansas 4 Tiahrt, Todd Republican Assembly of God Kansas State Senate Evangel College, Southwest Missouri State University 1995 1951
Kentucky 1 Whitfield, Ed Republican Methodist Kentucky House of Representatives,attorney University of Kentucky, Wesley Theological Seminary 1995 1943
Kentucky 2 Lewis, Ron Republican Baptist State House of Representatives, minister Kentucky, Morehead State University, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary 1994* 1946
Kentucky 3 Yarmuth, John Democratic Jewish newspaper publisher Yale University 2007 1947
Kentucky 4 Davis, Geoff Republican Baptist manufacturing consultant U.S. Military Academy 2005 1958
Kentucky 5 Rogers, Hal Republican Baptist attorney University of Kentucky 1981 1937
Kentucky 6 Chandler, Ben Democratic Presbyterian State Auditor, Kentucky Attorney General University of Kentucky 2004* 1959
Louisiana 1 Scalise, Steve[J] Republican Roman Catholic Louisiana State Legislature Louisiana State University 2008 1965
Louisiana 2 Jefferson, William Democratic Baptist State Senate Southern University, Harvard University 1991 1947
Louisiana 3 Melancon, Charlie Democratic Roman Catholic industry association president University of Southwestern Louisiana 2005 1947
Louisiana 4 McCrery, Jim Republican Methodist corporate attorney Louisiana Tech 1988* 1949
Louisiana 5 Alexander, Rodney Republican Baptist State House of Representatives Louisiana Tech 2003 1946
Louisiana 6 Cazayoux, Don[K] Democratic Roman Catholic Louisiana State Legislature Louisiana State University 2008 1964
Louisiana 7 Boustany, Charles Republican Episcopalian general surgeon University of Southwestern Louisiana, Louisiana State 2005 1956
Maine 1 Allen, Tom Democratic Protestant Mayor of Portland Bowdoin College, Wadham College, Harvard University 1997 1945
Maine 2 Michaud, Mike Democratic Roman Catholic Maine State Legislature Unity College 2001 1955
Maryland 1 Gilchrest, Wayne Republican Methodist teacher Delaware State College 1991 1946
Maryland 2 Ruppersberger, Dutch Democratic Methodist Baltimore County Executive University of Maryland, University of Baltimore 2003 1946
Maryland 3 Sarbanes, John Democratic Eastern Orthodox lawyer Princeton University, Harvard Law School 2007 1962
Maryland 4 Edwards, Donna Democratic   community activist Wake Forest University, Franklin Pierce Law Center 2008 1958
Maryland 5 Hoyer, Steny Democratic Baptist State Senate President Maryland, Georgetown 1981 1939
Maryland 6 Bartlett, Roscoe Republican Adventist education, private sector Columbia Union, Maryland 1993 1926
Maryland 7 Cummings, Elijah Democratic Baptist State House of Delegates Howard, Maryland 1996 1951
Maryland 8 Van Hollen, Chris Democratic Episcopalian Maryland House of Delegates, Maryland State Senate Swarthmore, Harvard University, Georgetown University 2003 1959
Massachusetts 1 Olver, John Democratic Non-Affiliated Massachusetts State Legislature college professor Rensselaer, Tufts, MIT 1991* 1936
Massachusetts 2 Neal, Richard Democratic Roman Catholic Mayor of Springfield American International College, University of Hartford 1989 1949
Massachusetts 3 McGovern, Jim Democratic Roman Catholic congressional staff member American University 1997 1959
Massachusetts 4 Frank, Barney Democratic Jewish Massachusetts House of Representatives Harvard 1981 1940
Massachusetts 5 Tsongas, Niki[E] Democratic Eastern Orthodox Dean of External Affairs at Middlesex Community College Smith College, Boston University 2007 1946
Massachusetts 6 Tierney, John Democratic Non-Affiliated attorney Salem State College, Suffolk University 1997 1951
Massachusetts 7 Markey, Ed Democratic Roman Catholic State House of Representatives Boston College, Boston College Law School 1976 1946
Massachusetts 8 Capuano, Mike Democratic Roman Catholic Mayor of Somerville Dartmouth College, Boston College Law School 1999 1952
Massachusetts 9 Lynch, Stephen Democratic Roman Catholic Massachusetts State Legislature Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston College Law School 2001* 1955
Massachusetts 10 Delahunt, Bill Democratic Roman Catholic Norfolk County District Attorney Middlebury College, Boston College Law School 1997 1941
Michigan 1 Stupak, Bart Democratic Roman Catholic attorney, State House of Representatives Northwestern Michigan College, Saginaw Valley State College, Thomas M. Cooley Law School 1993 1952
Michigan 2 Hoekstra, Pete Republican Christian Reformed manufacturing executive Hope College, Ross School of Business 1993 1953
Michigan 3 Ehlers, Vern Republican Christian Reformed Kent County board of commissioners, Michigan State Legislature Berkeley, Calvin College (attended) 1993 1934
Michigan 4 Camp, Dave Republican Roman Catholic State House of Representatives Albion College, University of San Diego School of Law, University of Sussex (attended) 1991 1953
Michigan 5 Kildee, Dale Democratic Roman Catholic State House of Representatives, State Senate Sacred Heart Seminary, University of Detroit, University of Peshawar (attended) 1977 1929
Michigan 6 Upton, Fred Republican Protestant U.S. government administrator Michigan 1987 1953
Michigan 7 Walberg, Tim Republican Protestant State House of Representatives Fort Wayne Bible College 2007 1951
Michigan 8 Rogers, Mike Republican Methodist State Senate Adrian College 2001 1963
Michigan 9 Knollenberg, Joe Republican Roman Catholic insurance agent Eastern Illinois University 1993 1933
Michigan 10 Miller, Candice Republican Presbyterian Harrison Township Supervisor, Macomb County Treasurer, State Secretary of State Macomb County Community College, Northwood Institute 2003 1954
Michigan 11 McCotter, Thaddeus Republican Roman Catholic Wayne County Commission, State Senate University of Detroit 2003 1965
Michigan 12 Levin, Sander Democratic Jewish U.S. Government administrator University of Chicago, Columbia, Harvard Law School 1983 1931
Michigan 13 Kilpatrick, Carolyn Cheeks Democratic Baptist high school teacher, State House of Representatives Western Michigan University, Michigan, Ferris State University (attended) 1997 1945
Michigan 14 Conyers, John Democratic Baptist congressional aide Wayne State University 1965 1929
Michigan 15 Dingell, John Democratic Roman Catholic asst. prosecutor, Wayne County Georgetown 1955* 1926
Minnesota 1 Walz, Tim Democratic-Farmer-Labor Lutheran Command Sergeant Major in the National Guard, teacher Chadron State College 2007 1964
Minnesota 2 Kline, John Republican Methodist U.S. Marine Corps colonel Rice University, Shippensburg University 2003 1947
Minnesota 3 Ramstad, Jim Republican Protestant State Senate University of Minnesota, George Washington University Law School 1991 1946
Minnesota 4 McCollum, Betty Democratic-Farmer-Labor Roman Catholic North St. Paul City Council, State House of Representatives College of St. Catherine 2001 1954
Minnesota 5 Ellison, Keith Democratic-Farmer-Labor Muslim State House of Representatives Wayne State University, University of Minnesota Law School 2007 1963
Minnesota 6 Bachmann, Michele Republican Evangelical Lutheran Education adviser for Minnesota Family Institute, State Senate Winona State University, Oral Roberts University, Marshall-Wythe School of Law 2007 1956
Minnesota 7 Peterson, Collin Democratic-Farmer-Labor Lutheran Certified Public Accountant, Minnesota State Senate Moorhead State University 1991 1944
Minnesota 8 Oberstar, Jim Democratic-Farmer-Labor Roman Catholic U.S. Marine Corps, chief staff assistant to Representative John Blatnik College of St. Thomas, College of Europe, Laval University, Georgetown University 1975 1934
Mississippi 1 Childers, Travis[H] Democratic Baptist Prentiss County Chancery Court Clerk University of Mississippi 2008 1958
Mississippi 2 Thompson, Bennie Democratic Methodist alderman, mayor of Bolton, Hinds County Board of Supervisors Tougaloo College, Jackson State University 1993* 1948
Mississippi 3 Pickering, Chip Republican Baptist congressional aide Ole Miss, Baylor University 1997 1963
Mississippi 4 Taylor, Gene Democratic Roman Catholic U.S. Coast Guard, Bay St. Louis City Council, State Senate Tulane, University of Southern Mississippi, Gulf Park 1989* 1953
Missouri 1 Clay Jr., William Lacy Democratic Roman Catholic Missouri State Legislature University of Maryland, Harvard 2001 1956
Missouri 2 Akin, Todd Republican Christian Missouri National Guard, State House of Representatives Worcester Polytechnic Institute 2001 1947
Missouri 3 Carnahan, Russ Democratic Methodist State House of Representatives University of Missouri 2005 1958
Missouri 4 Skelton, Ike Democratic Disciples of Christ State Senate University of Missouri, University of Edinburgh (attended) 1977 1931
Missouri 5 Cleaver, Emanuel Democratic Methodist Mayor of Kansas City, pastor, radio show host Prairie View A&M, St. Paul School of Divinity 2005 1944
Missouri 6 Graves, Sam Republican Baptist State Senate University of Missouri 2001 1963
Missouri 7 Blunt, Roy Republican Baptist State Secretary of State Southwest Baptist University 1997 1950
Missouri 8 Emerson, Jo Ann Republican Presbyterian professional advocate Ohio Wesleyan University 1996* 1950
Missouri 9 Hulshof, Kenny Republican Roman Catholic Assistant State Attorney General University of Missouri, University of Mississippi Law School 1997 1958
Montana At Large Rehberg, Denny Republican Episcopalian Montana House of Representatives, Lieutenant Governor, rancher Montana State University, Washington State University 2001 1955
Nebraska 1 Fortenberry, Jeff Republican Roman Catholic Lincoln city council, businessman Louisiana State University, Georgetown, Franciscan University of Steubenville 2005 1960
Nebraska 2 Terry, Lee Republican Methodist Omaha City Council, attorney Nebraska, Creighton University 1999 1962
Nebraska 3 Smith, Adrian Republican Christian Gering City Council, State Legislator University of Nebraska 2007 1970
Nevada 1 Berkley, Shelley Democratic Jewish State Assembly; attorney UNLV, San Diego 1999 1951
Nevada 2 Heller, Dean Republican LDS Nevada Assembly, State Secretary of State University of Southern California 2007 1960
Nevada 3 Porter, Jon Republican Roman Catholic Nevada Senate; insurance executive Briar Cliff 2003 1955
New Hampshire 1 Shea-Porter, Carol Democratic Roman Catholic social worker, Rochester City Council University of New Hampshire 2007 1955
New Hampshire 2 Hodes, Paul Democratic Jewish lawyer Dartmouth College, Boston College 2007 1951
New Jersey 1 Andrews, Rob Democratic Episcopalian Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders Bucknell, Cornell 1990 1957
New Jersey 2 LoBiondo, Frank Republican Roman Catholic New Jersey General Assembly St. Joseph's University 2003 1946
New Jersey 3 Saxton, Jim Republican Methodist New Jersey Senate East Stroudsburg University, Temple University 1984 1943
New Jersey 4 Smith, Chris Republican Roman Catholic retail executive Trenton State College 1980 1953
New Jersey 5 Garrett, Scott Republican Protestant New Jersey General Assembly Montclair State, Rutgers University 2003 1959
New Jersey 6 Pallone, Frank Democratic Roman Catholic Long Branch city council, New Jersey Senate Middlebury, Tufts, Rutgers 1989 1951
New Jersey 7 Ferguson, Mike Republican Roman Catholic teacher Notre Dame, Georgetown 2001 1970
New Jersey 8 Pascrell, Bill Democratic Roman Catholic New Jersey General Assembly, Mayor of Paterson Fordham University 1989 1937
New Jersey 9 Rothman, Steve Democratic Jewish Mayor of Englewood, Bergen County Surrogate Court judge Syracuse, Washington University 1997 1952
New Jersey 10 Payne, Donald Democratic Baptist Newark City Council Seton Hall, Springfield College 1989 1934
New Jersey 11 Frelinghuysen, Rodney Republican Episcopalian New Jersey General Assembly Hobart College 1995 1946
New Jersey 12 Holt Jr., Rush Democratic Quaker physicist Carleton College, NYU 1999 1948
New Jersey 13 Sires, Albio Democratic Roman Catholic Mayor of West New York, Speaker of the New Jersey General Assembly Saint Peter's, Middlebury 2006* 1951
New Mexico 1 Wilson, Heather Republican Methodist business development planner United States Air Force Academy 1999 1960
New Mexico 2 Pearce, Steve Republican Baptist State House of Representatives New Mexico State University 2003 1947
New Mexico 3 Udall, Tom Democratic LDS State Attorney General Prescott College, Cambridge University, University of New Mexico 1999 1948
New York 1 Bishop, Tim Democratic Roman Catholic Provost of Southampton College Holy Cross, LIU 2003 1950
New York 2 Israel, Steve Democratic Jewish Huntington Town Board Nassau Community College, George Washington 2001 1958
New York 3 King, Peter Republican Roman Catholic Hempstead Town Council, Nassau County Comptroller St. Francis, Notre Dame Law 1993 1944
New York 4 McCarthy, Carolyn Democratic Roman Catholic Practical Nurse Glen Cove Nursing School 1997 1944
New York 5 Ackerman, Gary Democratic Jewish New York State Senator; newspaper publisher Queens College 1983 1942
New York 6 Meeks, Gregory Democratic Baptist New York Assemblyman Adelphi University, Howard University 1999 1953
New York 7 Crowley, Joseph Democratic Roman Catholic New York Assemblyman Queens College 1999 1962
New York 8 Nadler, Jerrold Democratic Jewish New York Assemblyman Columbia University, Fordham Law 1993 1947
New York 9 Weiner, Anthony Democratic Jewish New York City Councilman, SUNY Plattsburgh 1999 1964
New York 10 Towns, Ed Democratic Baptist Brooklyn Deputy Borough President North Carolina A&T, Adelphi 1983 1934
New York 11 Clarke, Yvette Democratic AME New York City Councilwoman Murrow High Schoolattended several colleges, but never graduated 2007 1964
New York 12 Velázquez, Nydia Democratic Roman Catholic Director, Dept. of Puerto Rican Community Affairs UPR, NYU 1993 1953
New York 13 Fossella, Vito Republican Roman Catholic New York City Councilman Wharton, Fordham Law 1997 1965
New York 14 Maloney, Carolyn Democratic Presbyterian New York City Councilwoman Greensboro College 1993 1948
New York 15 Rangel, Charles Democratic Roman Catholic United States Army Sergeant, attorney, New York Assemblyman NYU, St. John's 1971 1930
New York 16 Serrano, José Democratic Roman Catholic New York Assemblyman Lehman College 1990 1943
New York 17 Engel, Eliot Democratic Jewish high school teacher, New York Assemblyman Lehman College, New York Law School 1989 1947
New York 18 Lowey, Nita Democratic Jewish New York Assistant Secretary of State Mount Holyoke 1989 1937
New York 19 Hall, John Democratic Christian musician Ulster County Legislature; Saugerties School Board Notre Dame never graduated 2007 1948
New York 20 Gillibrand, Kirsten Democratic Roman Catholic lawyer Dartmouth College 2007 1966
New York 21 McNulty, Michael Democratic Roman Catholic NY Assemblyman; Mayor of Green Island Holy Cross 1989 1945
New York 22 Hinchey, Maurice Democratic Roman Catholic New York Assemblyman SUNY New Paltz 1993 1938
New York 23 McHugh, John Republican Roman Catholic New York State Senator Utica College, Albany 1993 1948
New York 24 Arcuri, Michael Democratic Roman Catholic Oneida County District Attorney SUNY Albany 2007 1959
New York 25 Walsh, Jim Republican Roman Catholic Syracuse Common Council St. Bonaventure 1989 1947
New York 26 Reynolds, Tom Republican Presbyterian New York Assemblyman Kent State 1999 1950
New York 27 Higgins, Brian Democratic Roman Catholic Buffalo Common Council,New York State Assemblyman Buffalo State, Harvard 2005 1959
New York 28 Slaughter, Louise Democratic Episcopalian Monroe County Legislature, New York Assemblywoman Kentucky 1987 1929
New York 29 Kuhl, Randy Republican Episcopalian New York State Assembly, New York State Senator Union College, Syracuse Law 2005 1943
North Carolina 1 Butterfield, G. K. Democratic Baptist North Carolina Supreme Court Justice North Carolina Central University 2004* 1947
North Carolina 2 Etheridge, Bob Democratic Presbyterian Harnett County commissioner, North Carolina House of Representatives, Public Schools Administrator, North Carolina Campbell University 1997 1941
North Carolina 3 Jones, Walter Republican Roman Catholic North Carolina House of Representatives Atlantic Christian College 1995 1943
North Carolina 4 Price, David Democratic Baptist college professor Mars Hill College, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Yale 1997 1940
North Carolina 5 Foxx, Virginia Republican Roman Catholic North Carolina State Senate UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Greensboro 2005 1943
North Carolina 6 Coble, Howard Republican Presbyterian NC Secretary of Revenue,
state representative
Guilford College, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1985 1931
North Carolina 7 McIntyre, Mike Democratic Presbyterian attorney University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1997 1956
North Carolina 8 Hayes, Robin Republican Presbyterian North Carolina House of Representatives Duke 1999 1945
North Carolina 9 Myrick, Sue Republican Evangelical Methodist Business owner, mayor of Charlotte Heidelberg College 1995 1941
North Carolina 10 McHenry, Patrick Republican Roman Catholic North Carolina House of Representatives NC State, Belmont Abbey College 2005 1975
North Carolina 11 Shuler, Heath Democratic Baptist National Football League quarterback, real estate developer University of Tennessee 2007 1971
North Carolina 12 Watt, Mel Democratic Presbyterian attorney, State Senate University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Yale Law School 1993 1945
North Carolina 13 Miller, Brad Democratic Episcopalian North Carolina House of Representatives, State Senate University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, London School of Economics, Columbia 2003 1953
North Dakota At Large Pomeroy, Earl Democratic Presbyterian North Dakota House of Representatives, State Insurance Commissioner UND, University of Durham 1993 1952
Ohio 1 Chabot, Steve Republican Roman Catholic Cincinnati City Council, Hamilton County Commissioner William and Mary, Northern Kentucky 1995 1953
Ohio 2 Schmidt, Jean Republican Roman Catholic Miami Township trustee, State Senate Cincinnati 2005* 1951
Ohio 3 Turner, Mike Republican Protestant Mayor of Dayton Ohio Northern, Case Western, Dayton 2003 1960
Ohio 4 Jordan, Jim Republican Christian State General Assembly, Ohio State Senate Graham High School 2007 1964
Ohio 5 Latta, Bob G Republican Christian Wood County Commissioner, Ohio House of Representatives, Ohio State Senator Bowling Green State University, University of Toledo 2007 1956
Ohio 6 Wilson, Charlie Democratic Roman Catholic mortician, Ohio House of Representatives Ohio University 2007 1943
Ohio 7 Hobson, Dave Republican Methodist Ohio State Senator Ohio Wesleyan, Ohio State 1991 1936
Ohio 8 Boehner, John Republican Roman Catholic State House of Representatives Xavier 1991 1949
Ohio 9 Kaptur, Marcy Democratic Roman Catholic Domestic Policy Advisor, Carter Adm. Wisconsin, Michigan, MIT 1983 1946
Ohio 10 Kucinich, Dennis Democratic Roman Catholic Mayor of Cleveland Case Western 1997 1946
Ohio 11 Fudge, Marcia[M] Democratic Baptist Mayor of Warrensville Heights Ohio State University, Cleveland Marshall College of Law 2008* 1952
Ohio 12 Tiberi, Pat Republican Roman Catholic Ohio House of Representatives Ohio State, Capital 2001 1962
Ohio 13 Sutton, Betty Democratic Methodist Barberton City Council, Summit County Council, Ohio House of Representatives Kent State 2007 1963
Ohio 14 LaTourette, Steve Republican Methodist Lake County Prosecutor Michigan 2003 1954
Ohio 15 Pryce, Deborah Republican Presbyterian Franklin County Judge Ohio State, Capital 1993 1951
Ohio 16 Regula, Ralph Republican Episcopalian U.S. Navy veteran, State Legislator Mount Union, McKinley Law 1973 1924
Ohio 17 Ryan, Tim Democratic Roman Catholic Ohio State Senator Bowling Green 2003 1973
Ohio 18 Space, Zack Democratic Eastern Orthodox attorney Kenyon College, Ohio State 2007 1961
Oklahoma 1 Sullivan, John Republican Roman Catholic State House of Representatives Northeastern State University 2003 1965
Oklahoma 2 Boren, Dan Democratic Methodist State House of Representatives Texas Christian University, Oklahoma 2005 1973
Oklahoma 3 Lucas, Frank Republican Baptist State House of Representatives Oklahoma State 2003 1960
Oklahoma 4 Cole, Tom Republican Methodist Oklahoma Senate, Oklahoma Secretary of State, college professor Grinell College, Yale, Oklahoma 2003 1949
Oklahoma 5 Fallin, Mary Republican Christian State Representative, Lieutenant Governor Oklahoma State 2007 1954
Oregon 1 Wu, David Democratic Presbyterian attorney Stanford, Yale Law School, Harvard Medical School (attended) 1999 1955
Oregon 2 Walden, Greg Republican Episcopalian Oregon House of Representatives, State Senate University of Oregon 1999 1957
Oregon 3 Blumenauer, Earl Democratic Non-Affiliated Oregon state representative, Multnomah County Commissioner, Portland City Commissioner Lewis & Clark College 1996* 1948
Oregon 4 DeFazio, Peter Democratic Roman Catholic Lane County Commissioner, Chair Tufts, University of Oregon, Notre Dame 1987 1947
Oregon 5 Hooley, Darlene Democratic Lutheran Clackamas County Commissioner Oregon State University 1997 1939
Pennsylvania 1 Brady, Bob Democratic Roman Catholic congressional aide; Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission St. Thomas More High School 1998* 1945
Pennsylvania 2 Fattah, Chaka Democratic Baptist Pennsylvania General Assembly Community College of Philadelphia, Wharton School, Fels Institute of Government (attended) 1995 1956
Pennsylvania 3 English, Phil Republican Roman Catholic Erie City Controller, Chief of Staff, State Senate Pennsylvania 1995 1956
Pennsylvania 4 Altmire, Jason Democratic Roman Catholic hospital executive Florida State 2007 1968
Pennsylvania 5 Peterson, John Republican Methodist State Senator, Pennsylvania Penn State 1997 1938
Pennsylvania 6 Gerlach, Jim Republican Protestant Pennsylvania General Assembly Dickinson College, Dickinson School of Law 2003 1955
Pennsylvania 7 Sestak, Joe Democratic Roman Catholic Vice Admiral, U.S. Navy US Naval Academy, Harvard 2007 1951
Pennsylvania 8 Murphy, Patrick Democratic Roman Catholic Captain, U.S. Army Widener University 2007 1973
Pennsylvania 9 Shuster, Bill Republican Lutheran businessman Dickinson College, American University 2001* 1961
Pennsylvania 10 Carney, Chris Democratic Roman Catholic Associate Professor of political science at Penn State Worthington Scranton, army officer Cornell College, University of Wyoming 2007 1959
Pennsylvania 11 Kanjorski, Paul Democratic Roman Catholic community solicitor, judge Temple, Dickinson School of Law 1985 1937
Pennsylvania 12 Murtha, John Democratic Roman Catholic United States Army, State Representative Pitt, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Washington and Jefferson College 1974* 1932
Pennsylvania 13 Schwartz, Allyson Democratic Jewish State Senator Simmons, Bryn Mawr College 2005 1948
Pennsylvania 14 Doyle, Mike Democratic Roman Catholic State Senator Chief of Staff Penn State 1995 1953
Pennsylvania 15 Dent, Charlie Republican Presbyterian State Senate Penn State, Lehigh 2005 1960
Pennsylvania 16 Pitts, Joe Republican Protestant State Representative, Pennsylvania Asbury College 1997 1939
Pennsylvania 17 Holden, Tim Democratic Roman Catholic Schuylkill County Sheriff Bloomsburg University 1993 1957
Pennsylvania 18 Murphy, Tim Republican Roman Catholic State Senator, Pennsylvania Wheeling Jesuit University, Cleveland State University, University of Pittsburgh 2003 1952
Pennsylvania 19 Platts, Todd Republican Episcopalian State Representative, Pennsylvania Shippensburg University, Pepperdine University School of Law 2001 1962
Rhode Island 1 Kennedy, Patrick Democratic Roman Catholic State Legislature Providence College 1995 1967
Rhode Island 2 Langevin, Jim Democratic Roman Catholic Rhode Island State Assembly, Rhode Island Secretary of State Rhode Island College, Kennedy School of Government 2001 1964
South Carolina 1 Brown, Henry Republican Baptist Hanahan city council, South Carolina House of Representative The Citadel, Baptist College 2001 1935
South Carolina 2 Wilson, Joe Republican Presbyterian South Carolina State Senate Washington and Lee University, University of South Carolina School of Law 2001 1947
South Carolina 3 Barrett, Gresham Republican Baptist State Representative, South Carolina The Citadel 2003 1961
South Carolina 4 Inglis, Bob Republican Presbyterian attorney Duke, University of Virginia School of Law 2005 1959
South Carolina 5 Spratt, John Democratic Presbyterian attorney Davidson, Oxford, Yale Law School 1983 1942
South Carolina 6 Clyburn, Jim Democratic AME state government; teacher South Carolina State 1993 1940
South Dakota At Large Herseth Sandlin, Stephanie Democratic Lutheran attorney Georgetown University 2004 1970
Tennessee 1 Davis, David Republican Baptist State Representative East Tennessee State 2007 1959
Tennessee 2 Duncan, Jimmy Republican Presbyterian state court judge University of Tennessee, George Washington University 1988* 1947
Tennessee 3 Wamp, Zach Republican Baptist Business owner, real estate broker attended University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, attended University of Tennessee 1995 1957
Tennessee 4 Davis, Lincoln Democratic Baptist Mayor of Byrdstown, Tennessee State Legislature Tennessee Tech 2003 1943
Tennessee 5 Cooper, Jim Democratic Episcopalian college professor University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Oriel College, Harvard University Law School 2003 1954
Tennessee 6 Gordon, Bart Democratic Methodist Tennessee Democratic Party State Chair Middle Tennessee State, University of Tennessee 1985 1949
Tennessee 7 Blackburn, Marsha Republican Presbyterian Tennessee State Senate Mississippi State 2003 1952
Tennessee 8 Tanner, John Democratic Disciples of Christ Tennessee House of Representatives University of Tennessee 1989 1944
Tennessee 9 Cohen, Steve Democratic Jewish Tennessee State Senate, Attorney Vanderbilt, University of Memphis 2007 1949
Texas 1 Gohmert, Louie Republican Baptist Texas appeals court judge Texas A&M, Baylor University 2005 1953
Texas 2 Poe, Ted Republican Church of Christ federal court judge Abilene Christian University, University of Houston Law Center 2005 1948
Texas 3 Johnson, Sam Republican Methodist Texas state legislator SMU 1991 1930
Texas 4 Hall, Ralph Republican Methodist Texas State Senate, attorney; financial executive SMU, attended Texas Christian, attended Texas 1981 1923
Texas 5 Hensarling, Jeb Republican Episcopalian energy executive Texas A&M, University of Texas, Austin 2003 1957
Texas 6 Barton, Joe Republican Methodist oil industry consultant Texas A&M, Purdue 1985 1949
Texas 7 Culberson, John Republican Methodist Texas House of Representatives SMU, South Texas College of Law 2001 1956
Texas 8 Brady, Kevin Republican Roman Catholic Beaumont, Texas Chamber of Commerce executive University of South Dakota 1997 1955
Texas 9 Green, Al Democratic Christian Harris County Justice of the Peace, Houston NAACP president Florida A&M, Tuskeegee Institute, Texas Southern 2005 1947
Texas 10 McCaul, Michael Republican Roman Catholic attorney, federal prosecutor Trinity University, St. Mary's University, attended Harvard University 2005 1962
Texas 11 Conaway, Mike Republican Baptist oil exploration executive East Texas State 2005 1948
Texas 12 Granger, Kay Republican Methodist Mayor of Fort Worth Texas Wesleyan University 1999 1943
Texas 13 Thornberry, Mac Republican Presbyterian rancher, attorney Texas Tech, University of Texas Law School 1995 1958
Texas 14 Paul, Ron Republican Protestant physician Gettysburg College, Duke University School of Medicine 1997 1935
Texas 15 Hinojosa, Rubén Democratic Roman Catholic food processing executive, Texas State Board of Education University of Texas, Austin, University of Texas-Pan American 1997 1940
Texas 16 Reyes, Silvestre Democratic Roman Catholic U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service administrator El Paso Community College, attended University of Texas, El Paso 1997 1944
Texas 17 Edwards, Chet Democratic Methodist Texas State Senator Texas A&M, Harvard Business School 1991 1951
Texas 18 Jackson-Lee, Sheila Democratic Adventist Houston City Council Yale, University of Virginia Law School 1995 1950
Texas 19 Neugebauer, Randy Republican Baptist Lubbock City Council, real estate developer Texas Tech 2003 1949
Texas 20 Gonzalez, Charlie Democratic Roman Catholic district court judge University of Texas, Austin, St. Mary's University 1999 1945
Texas 21 Smith, Lamar Republican Christian Scientist Bexar County, Texas commissioner Yale, Southern Methodist University School of Law 1987 1947
Texas 22 Lampson, Nick Democratic Roman Catholic US Congressman, Texas 9th district Lamar University 1997 1945
Texas 23 Rodriguez, Ciro Democratic Roman Catholic Texas State Representative, US Congressman, Texas 28th district University of Texas at Austin 1993 1946
Texas 24 Marchant, Kenny Republican Nazarene mayor of Carrolton, State Representative, Texas Southern Nazarene University 2005 1951
Texas 25 Doggett, Lloyd Democratic Methodist Texas State Senate, Texas state supreme court justice, college professor University of Texas at Austin 1995 1946
Texas 26 Burgess, Michael Republican Reformed Episcopalian physician North Texas State, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston 2003 1950
Texas 27 Ortiz, Solomon Democratic Methodist County Commissioners Court of Nueces County, Nueces County Sheriff attended Del Mar College 1983 1937
Texas 28 Cuellar, Henry Democratic Roman Catholic Texas House of Representatives, Texas Secretary of State Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, University of Texas 2005 1955
Texas 29 Green, Gene Democratic Methodist State Representative, State Senator, Texas University of Houston 1993 1947
Texas 30 Johnson, Eddie Bernice Democratic Baptist State Senator, Texas, nurse St. Mary's College, Texas Christian, SMU 1991 1935
Texas 31 Carter, John Republican Lutheran district judge Texas Tech, University of Texas at Austin 2003 1941
Texas 32 Sessions, Pete Republican Methodist marketing executive Southwestern University 1997 1955
Utah 1 Bishop, Rob Republican LDS Utah State Representative, Chairman of the Utah Republican Party University of Utah 2003 1951
Utah 2 Matheson, Jim Democratic LDS Business owner Harvard, UCLA 2001 1960
Utah 3 Cannon, Chris Republican LDS attorney; ventural capitalist BYU 1997 1950
Vermont At Large Welch, Peter Democratic Roman Catholic Vermont Senate President Pro Tempore Holy Cross, University of California-Berkeley 2007 1947
Virginia 1 Wittman, Rob[H] Republican Episcopalian Mayor of Montross, Westmoreland County Board of Supervisors, Virginia State House Virginia Polytechnic, Chapel Hill, VCU 2007 1959
Virginia 2 Drake, Thelma Republican UCC Virginia State House Old Dominion University 2005 1949
Virginia 3 Scott, Robert Democratic Episcopalian Virginia State Legislature Harvard University, Boston College Law School 1993 1947
Virginia 4 Forbes, Randy Republican Baptist Virginia State Senate Randolph-Macon College, University of Virginia School of Law 2001 1952
Virginia 5 Goode, Virgil Republican Baptist Virginia State Senate University of Richmond, University of Virginia School of Law 1997 1946
Virginia 6 Goodlatte, Bob Republican Christian Scientist Private legal practice Bates College, Washington and Lee University 1993 1952
Virginia 7 Cantor, Eric Republican Jewish Virginia State House George Washington University, College of William and Mary, Columbia University 2001 1963
Virginia 8 Moran, Jim Democratic Roman Catholic Mayor of Alexandria College of the Holy Cross, University of Pittsburgh 1991 1945
Virginia 9 Boucher, Rick Democratic Methodist Virginia State Senate Roanoke College, University of Virginia School of Law 1983 1946
Virginia 10 Wolf, Frank Republican Presbyterian Assistant to the Secretary of the Interior Pennsylvania State University, Georgetown University 1981 1939
Virginia 11 Vacant[N]
Washington 1 Inslee, Jay Democratic Protestant Attorney Washington, Willamette 1999 1951
Washington 2 Larsen, Rick Democratic Methodist Snohomish County Council Pacific Lutheran, Minnesota 2001 1965
Washington 3 Baird, Brian Democratic Protestant Psychologist Utah, Wyoming 1999 1956
Washington 4 Hastings, Doc Republican Roman Catholic Washington State House Columbia Basin, Central Washington 1995 1941
Washington 5 McMorris Rodgers, Cathy Republican Christian Washington State House Pensacola Christian, Washington 2005 1969
Washington 6 Dicks, Norm Democratic Lutheran Legislative Assistant Washington 1977 1940
Washington 7 McDermott, Jim Democratic Episcopalian Psychiatrist, Washington State Senate Wheaton, Illinois 1989 1936
Washington 8 Reichert, Dave Republican Lutheran King County Sheriff Concordia Lutheran 2005 1950
Washington 9 Smith, Adam Democratic Christian Washington State Senate Fordham, Washington 1997 1965
West Virginia 1 Mollohan, Alan Democratic Baptist attorney William & Mary, WVU 1983 1943
West Virginia 2 Capito, Shelley Moore Republican Presbyterian West Virginia House of Delegates Duke, University of Virginia 2001 1953
West Virginia 3 Rahall, Nick Democratic Presbyterian Senate Staff Member; media executive Duke, George Washington 1977 1949
Wisconsin 1 Ryan, Paul Republican Roman Catholic Legislative Director Miami University 1999 1970
Wisconsin 2 Baldwin, Tammy Democratic Non-Affiliated Dane County Board of Supervisors, Wisconsin State Assembly Smith, Wisconsin 1999 1962
Wisconsin 3 Kind, Ron Democratic Lutheran County Prosecutor London School of Economics, Minnesota 1997 1963
Wisconsin 4 Moore, Gwen Democratic Baptist Wisconsin State Assembly, Wisconsin State Senate Marquette, Harvard 2005 1951
Wisconsin 5 Sensenbrenner, Jim Republican Episcopalian Wisconsin State Senate Stanford, Wisconsin 1979 1943
Wisconsin 6 Petri, Tom Republican Lutheran Wisconsin State Senate Harvard 1979 1940
Wisconsin 7 Obey, Dave Democratic Roman Catholic Wisconsin State Assembly Wisconsin 1969 1938
Wisconsin 8 Kagen, Steve Democratic Jewish allergist University of Wisconsin–Madison, Medical College of Wisconsin 2007 1949
Wyoming At Large Cubin, Barbara Republican Episcopalian Wyoming State Senate; Wyoming State House Creighton 1995 1946


District Name Party Religion Former Experience Schooling Assumed Office Born In
American Samoa Eni Fa'aua'a Hunkin Faleomavaega, Jr. Democratic LDS Lieutenant Governor of American Samoa Brigham Young University, University of Houston, University of California, Berkeley 1989 1943
District of Columbia Eleanor Holmes Norton Democratic Episcopalian Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Antioch College, Yale University, Yale Law School 1991 1937
Guam Madeleine Bordallo Democratic Roman Catholic Lieutenant Governor of Guam Saint Mary's College, College of St. Catherine 2003 1933
Puerto Rico Luis Fortuño New Progressive Party
and Republican
Roman Catholic National Committeeman Georgetown University, University of Virginia School of Law 2005 1960
United States Virgin Islands Donna Christian-Christensen Democratic Moravian Commissioner of Health Saint Mary's College, George Washington University 1997 1945


A John Barrasso was appointed by Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal on June 25, 2007 after Craig L. Thomas died on June 4, 2007.
B Laura Richardson replaced Juanita Millender-McDonald, who died on April 22, 2007, on August 21, 2007 after a special election.
C Paul Broun replaced Charlie Norwood, who died on February 3, 2007, on July 25, 2007 after a special election.
D Dennis Hastert resigned November 26, 2007 and was replaced by a special election by Bill Foster.
E Niki Tsongas replaced Marty Meehan who resigned on July 7, 2007, on October 18, 2007 after a special election.
F Julia Carson died on December 15, 2007, and was replaced by a special election by André Carson.
G Bob Latta replaced Paul Gillmor, who died on September 5, 2007, on December 13, 2007, after a special election.
H Rob Wittman replaced Jo Ann Davis, who died on October 6, 2007, on December 13, 2007, after a special election.
I Trent Lott resigned from his Senate seat on December 18, 2007. Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour appointed Congressman Roger Wicker on December 31, 2007 to replace him. Wicker was replaced by Travis Childers after a special election.
J Bobby Jindal resigned January 14, 2008 and was replaced by Steve Scalise after a special election.
K Richard Baker resigned on February 2, 2008 and was replaced by Don Cazayoux after a special election.
L Tom Lantos died on February 11, 2008 and was replaced by Jackie Speier after a special election.
M Stephanie Tubbs Jones died on August 10, 2008 and was replaced by Marcia Fudge after a special election.
N Thomas M. Davis resigned on November 24, 2008.[1]

See also


  1. ^ "OFFICES OF THE ELEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA TO REMAIN OPEN TO SERVE AND ASSIST CONSTITUENTS". Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives. 2008-11-25. Retrieved 2008-11-28. "Representative Davis resigned from Congress effective November 24, 2008." 


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