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Guide to the U.S. Congress Handbook/ Functions of Congressional Staff .................................. 7 Leadership/Job Benefits/Demands on a Member ......... 8 1995 Congressional Calendar .................................... 10 Congressional Support Offices .................................... 11 Publications/How to Order .......................................... 12 Senate and House Bell System .................................. 13 Minorities in Congress ................................................ 14 Newly Elected Members .............................................

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Named Organization
Agency for International Development
Air Force
Alcoa
Army
Augustana College
Basic Research
Boston College
Burdick (Medical Advertising agency for ACC)
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)
Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
Canisius College (in Buffalo, NY)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Chapel Hill
CIA (Central Intelligence Agency)
Citadel
Coast Guard
Columbia College
Commission on Civil Rights
Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
Congressional Research Service (Criticized 1993 EPA ETS report)
Criticized EPA's January 1993 report designating passive smoke as a carcinogen
Consumer Product Safety Commission
Council of Economic Advisers
Council on Environmental Quality
Dartmouth College
Davidson College
Democratic National Committee (Democratic National Committee)
Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Department of Commerce (DOC)
*Department of Education (use United States Department of Health, Education & We
*Department of Energy (use United States Department of Energy)
*Department of Health and Human Services
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Department of Justice (DOJ)
*Department of Labor (use United States Department of Labor)
Department of State (DOS)
Department of the Interior (DOI)
Department of the Treasury
*Department of Transportation (use United States Department of Transportation)
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (E.E.O.C., a U.S. Agency)
Farm Credit Administration
Federal Aviation Administration (Ruled on smoking on U.S. flights)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Federal Communications Commission (U.S. government agency regulating TV, radio)
Enforced the Fairness Doctrine against the tobacco companies; required time be provided on TV, radio for anti-smoking commercials.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
Federal Election Commission
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Federal Highway Administration
Federal Housing Finance Board
Federal Maritime Commission
Federal Register (publication)
Federal Reserve System
Federal Trade Commission (Enforcement agency for laws against deceptive advertising)
Enforces laws against false and deceptive advertising, including ads for tobacco products. Ensures proper display of health warnings in ads and on tobacco products;collects and reports to Congress information concerning cigarette and smokeless tobacco advertising, sales expenditures, and the tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide content of cigarettes.
Fish and Wildlife Service
Fisk University
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Fordham University
Forest Service
General Accounting Office
General Services Administration (GSA)
Government Accountability Office (GAO)
Government National Mortgage Association
Government Printing Office (GPO)
GPO (government printing office)
Harvard Law School
*Health and Human Services (HHS) (use United States Department of Health and Hum (US)
Hershey
House of Representatives
Immigration and Naturalization Service
Intel
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Joint Chiefs of Staff
Library of Congress
Marine Corps
Middlebury College
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
National Governors Association
National Guard
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
National Institutes of Health
National Labor Relations Board
National Park Service
National Science Foundation
National Security Council
Navy
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Contract research lab; does gov't work and also takes private contracts.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Held hearings in 1994 to ban smoking in workplaces)
OSHA opened hearings in September 1994 on a proposal that amounts to a virtual ban on smoking in every workplace in the nation
Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
*Office of Management and Budget OMB (use United States Office of Management and Budget)
Office of Personnel Management
Office of Science and Technology Policy
Office of Technology Assessment
Peace Corps
Political Affairs (State Department)
Postal Rate Commission
Postal Service (USPS)
Postsecondary Education
Providence College
Republican Campaign Committee
Republican National Committee
Rural Development
Secret Service
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
Selective Service System
Senate
Senate Committees
Small Business Administration (SBA)
Smith College
Social Security Administration
Trinity College
United States Supreme Court (Judicial branch U.S. gov't)
U.S. Trade Representative
Union College
United Nations
United States Congress
United States House of Representatives
United States Information Agency
United States Postal Service
United States Senate
US Postal Service
White House
Named Person
Abercrombie, Nell
Abraham, Spencer
Andrews, Robert
Ann, Mary
Archer, Bill
Ashcroft, John
Bachus, Spencer
Baker, Bill
Baker, Richard G. (BAT Attorney, In-House)
Defense
Barcelo, Carlos Romero
Barr, Bob
Barrett, Bill
Barrett, Thomas
Bartlett, Roscoe
Barton, Joe
Becerra, Xavier
Bevill, Tom
Bingaman, Jeff (Senator (D-New Mexico) (1982-present))
Plaintiff
Blute, Peter
Boehner, John
Bond, Christopher
Bond, Kit
Boucher, Rick
Boxer, Barbara (Senator (D-California) Environment & Public Works Comm.)
Bradley, Bill
Bradley, Linda
Braun, Carol Moseley
Breaux, John
Brewster, Bill
Browder, Glen
Brown, Corrine
Brown, Hank
Bryan, Richard
Bryant, Ed
Bryant, John
Bumpers, Dale
Burns, Conrad
Burton, Dan
Bush, George Walker (U.S. President (R) (2001-2009), TX Governor (1995-00))
Son of George Herbert Walker Bush.
Byrd, Robert
Calvert, Ken
Camp, Dave
Castle, Michael
Chabot, Steve
Chrysler, Dick
Clayton, Eva
Clement, Bob
Coats, Dan
Coble, Howard
Cochran, Thad
Cohen, William
Collins, Barbara Rose
Combest, Larry
Conrad, Kent
Costello, Jerry
Coverdell, Paul
Cox, Christopher
Coyne, William
Craig, Larry
Cramer, Bud
Crane, Philip M.
Cremeans, Frank
Danner, Pat
Davis, Del
Deal, Nathan
Defazio, Peter
Delay, Tom
Deutsch, Peter
Diaz, Lincoln
Dickey, Jay
Dixon, Julian
Dodd, Christopher
Doggett, Lloyd
Dole, Robert (U.S. Vice President, Senator (R-KS))
Defense
Dooley, Calvin
Dorgan, Byron
Doyle, Mike
Dunn, Jennifer
Edwards, Chet
Ehlers, Vern
Emerson, Bill
Evans, Lane
Everett, Terry
Exon, J. James
Feinstein, Dianne
Fields, Cleo
Foley, Mark
Forbes, Michael
Ford, Wendell
Fowler, Tillie
Fox, Jon D.
Frank, Barney
Franks, Bob
Franks, Gary
Frist, Bill
Furse, Elizabeth
Gephardt, Richard A.
Geren, Pete
Gibbons, Sam
Gilman, Benjamin
Gingrich, Newt (Speaker of the House after Republicans regained control of H)
Speaker of the House after Republicans regained control of House in 1994
Glenn, John (astronaut and later senator)
Gore, Albert, Jr.
Goss, Porter
Graham, Bob
Graham, Lindsey
Gramm, Phil (US Senator from Texas (Republican))
US Senator from Texas (Republican)
Grams, Rod
Green, Gene
Greene, Enid
Harkin, Tom
Hatfield, Mark
Heflin, Howell
Heineman, Fred
Helms, Jesse (U.S. Senator, (R-North Carolina))
Strongly pro-tobacco
Hilleary, Van
Hobson, David
Hoekstra, Peter
Horn, Steve
Hostettler, John
Hunt, James B., Jr.
Hutchinson, Tim
Hutchison, Kay Bailey
Hyde, Henry J.
Inglis, Bob
Inouye, Daniel
Jefferson, William
Jeffords, James M.
Johnson, Sam
Johnson, Tim
Johnston, J. Bennett
Kassebaum, Nancy
Kelly, Sue
Kennedy, Edward
Kennedy, Patrick
Kennelly, Barbara B.
Kerry, John
Kerry, John F.
Kim, Jay
King, Peter
Kingston, Jack
Klink, Ron
Kohl, Herbert
Lake, Anthony
Lautenberg, Frank R.
Plaintiff
Leahy, Patrick
Lee, Jackson
Levin, Carl
Lewis, John
Lofgren, Zoe
Loll, Trent
Lott, Trent
Lucas, Frank
Lugar, Richard
Luther, Bill
Mack, Connie
Marson, Linda
Mccain, John
Mccarthy, Karen
Mccollum, Bill
Mcdermott, Jim
Mchugh, John
Mckeon, Buck
Mckinney, Cynthia
Meehan, Martin
Plaintiff
Meek, Carrie
Menendez, Robert
Meyers, Jan
Mikulski, Barbara
Miller, Dan
Miller, George
Minge, David
Mink, Patsy
Molinari, Susan
Montgomery, Sonny
Moynihan, Daniel Patrick
Murray, Mark
Murray, Patty
Myrick, Sue
Nadler, Jerrold
Nethercutt, George
Ney, Bob
Nickles, Don
Norton, Eleanor Holmes
Norwood, Charles
Nunn, Sam
Packard, Ron
Packwood, Bob
Parker, Mike
Pastor, Ed
Payne, Donald
Pelosi, Nancy
Peterson, Pete
Pressler, Larry
Pryor, David
Quinn, Jack
Ramstad, Jim
Reed, Jack
Reid, Harry
Reynolds, Mel
Richardson, Bill
Rivers, Lynn
Robb, Charles
Roberts, Pat
Rockefeller, John D.
Rogers, Harold
Defense
Roth, Toby
Roth, William
Rowland, John
Royce, Ed
Rush, Bobby
Salmon, Matt
Sanders, Bernard
Sanford, Mark
Scarborough, Joe
Schiff, Steven
Scott, Robert
Seastrand, Andrea
Shelby, Richard (Senator (R) of Alabama)
Shuster, Bud
Simon, Paul
Simpson, Alan
Slaughter, Louise
Smith, Nick
Smith, Robert C.
Souder, Mark
Stark, Pete
Stevens, Ted
Stockman, Steve
Stokes, Louis
Stump, Bob
Stupak, Bart
Talent, James
Tanner, John
Tauzin, Billy
Thomas, Bill
Thomas, Craig
Thompson, Bonnie
Thompson, Fred (Senator)
Thornberry, Mac
Thurmond, James Strom (U.S. Senator from South Carolina, Dixiecrat candidate for pr)
Tucker, Walter
Underwood, Robert
Ward, Mike (Head of Welch Associates office in California)
Warner, John D.
Washington, George
Watson, Kate
Watt, Melvin
Wellstone, Paul (U.S. Senator from MN)
White, Rick
Whitfield, Ed
Wynn, Albert
Young, Bill
Young, Don
Zeliff, Bill
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Table of Contents Key Capitol Hill Information Map of Capitol Hill/Congressional Office Locations ....... 2 Capitol HilITelephone Numbers .................................... 3 Meeting a Member of Congress .................................... 4 Writing a Member of Congress ..................................... 5 Powers of Congress ..................................................... 6 Guide to the U.S. Congress Handbook/ Functions of Congressional Staff .................................. 7 Leadership/Job Benefits/Demands on a Member ......... 8 1995 Congressional Calendar .................................... 10 Congressional Support Offices .................................... 11 Publications/How to Order .......................................... 12 Senate and House Bell System .................................. 13 Minorities in Congress ................................................ 14 Newly Elected Members ............................................. 15 Senate Leadership ................................................................. 17 Senators Alphabetically .............................................. 18 Senate Terms Ending ................................................. 38 Committees and Sub-Committees .............................. 39 House of Representatives Leadership ................................................................. 55 Representatives Alphabetically ................................... 56 Delegates/Resident Commissioner ............................ 144 Committees and Sub-Committees ............................. .145 Joint Committees ....................................................... 167 Committee Process How a Bill Become Law ............................................. 168 Diagram of a Bill ........................................................ 169 Legislative Engine~ ................................................... 170 LegislativeTerms - A Glossary ...................................... 171 Executive Branch The White House/Executive Offices ........................... 174 The Cabinet/Departments ......................................... 177 Key Federal Agencies ..................................... , ............... 180 Supreme Court ................................................................ 184 Governors ....................................................................... 188 State Congressional Delegations-District Maps., M1-M24 (+ Governors, Capitols, Zip Codes, State Population) Zip Codes .................................................................... 17,55 Information compiled as of Feb. 1995. Fax numbers and room numbers subject to change by members - Copyright 1974-1995 by Dale PuIlen - The U.S, Congress Handbook RO. Box 5£~6 - McLean, VA 22101 Publisher: B~ara Pu~en (703) 356-3572 01s~J5 THE U,S. CONGRESS HAJ~'DBOOK 1 TI30763285
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INOEPENDENCE AVE. S SR SD SH H CHOB LHOB RHOB OHOB FHOB House: Senate: Congressional Offices Senate " North side of Capitol Building Senate Russell Office Building Senate Dirksen Office Building Senate Hart Office Building House South side of Capitol Building Cannon House Office Building Longworth House Office Building Rayburn House Office Building O'Neill House Office Building(Annex I) Ford House Office Building (Annex II) Metro Subway Stops Blue and Orange lines at Capitol South and Federal Center SW Red line at Union Station 2 ©I~95 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK Key Capitol Hill Telephone Numbers (All numbers = Area Code 202) Capitol Switchboard ........................................ 224-3121 The President ................................................ 456-1414 The Vice President .......................................... 456-2326 White House Comments: Registeryour opinion on an issue ................... 456-1111 Whether a Bill is signed or vetoed ................... 456-2226 Capitol Guide Service ..................................... 225-6827 Government Printing Office: Congressional Information .............................. 512-0224 To Order Documents ....................................... 512-1800 Library of Congress--Congressional Research 707-5700 Democratic National Committee .......... ~ .......... 863-8000 Republican National Committee ...................... 863-8500 SENATE Majority Leader .......................................... 224-3135 Majority Whip ............................................. 224-2708 Minority Leader .......................................... 224-5556 Minority Whip ............................................. 224-2158 Secretary of the Senate ............................. 224-2115 Document Room ................ L ..................... 224-7860 Recorded Information (Running accounts of Roor Proceedings): Democrat ................................................... 224-8541 Republican ................................................. 224-8601 Cloakroom (For emergency contact with Senator on the floor): Democrat ................................................... 224-4691 Republican ................................................. 224-6191 HOUSE Speaker of the House ............................... 225-0600 Majority Leader .......................................... 225-4000 Majority Whip ............................................. 225-0197 Minority Leader .......................................... 225-0100 Minority Whip ............................................. 225-3100 Clerk of the House ..................................... 225-7000 Document Room ........................................ 225-3456 Recorded Information (Running accounts of Roor Proceedings}: Democrat ................................................... 225-7400 Republican ................................................. 225-7430 Legislative Schedule: Democrat ................................................... 225-1600 Republican ................................................. 225-2020 Legislative Information-Bill Status ..............225-1772 Cloakroom (For emergency contact with Representa~ve on the floor): Democrat ................................................... 225-7330 Republican ................................................. 225-7350 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 3 T!30763286
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Meeting a Member of Congress A personal visit with a Member of Congress is an effective way to emphasize your interest in an issue or bill. Some tips for meeting a Member to urge support or opposition to legislation: 1. Make an appointment, state the subject to be dis- cussed, the time needed, and identify persons who will attend. 2. Select a spokesperson if others are going with you, and agree on your presentation. 3. Know the facts, both legislative and related to your position. If a bill, know the number and title. 4. Present the facts in an orderly, concise, positive manner. 5. Relate the positive impact of legislation you support and problems it corrects. 6. Relate the negative impact of legislation you oppose and suggest, where appropriate, a different approach. 7. Leave fact sheets, if possible. 8. Encourage questions. Discuss. 9. Ask for favorable consideration, thank the legislator for his/her time and courtesy, and leave promptly. Tips on Writing a Member of Congress Senators and Representatives pay attention to their mail. ltis good politics. Responding to mail is crucial to reelection. A member knows your vote can be won or lost by his/her response. The most effective letter is a personal one, not a form letter. It should be concise, informed, and polite. Some specific tips: 1. Try to stick to one typewritten page. Two pages at most. Don't write on the back of a page. If writing longhand, take care to write legibly. 2. In a short first paragraph, state your purpose. Stick with one subject or issue. Support your position with the rest of the letter. 3. if a bitl is the subject, cite it by name and number. 4. Be factual and support your position with information about how legislation is likely to affect you and others. Avoid emotional philosophical arguments. 5. If you believe legislation is wrong and should be opposed, say so, indicate the likely adverse effects, and suggest a better approach. 6. Ask for the legislator's views but do not demand support. Remember, Senators and Representatives respond to a variety of views, and even if your position is not supported on one issue or bill, it may be the next time. Be sure your name and return address are legible. The suggeste~ address style is: The Honorable United States Senate Washington, DC 20510 Dear Senator The Honorable United States House of Representatives Washington, DC 20515 Dear Representative Shaping Your Approach... You can help shape your approach by knowing about the legislator you are writing. Check this book. Know his/her committee assignments, interests, background. If you believe you have something in common, or admire a position or statement of the legislator, even on an issue unrelated to the subject of your letter, say so. How to Obtain: Campaign-Finance Data Campaign financing information for all Senators and Representatives is available to the public through the Federal Election Commission in Washington. Names of campaign contributors (indMduals and groups such as political action committees) and amount contributed are recorded in files and on computers. Computerized information begins with the 1977-78 election cycle. Microfilmed reports reach backto 1972 elec~ons. Copies from paper files are 5 cents per page and 15 cents per page for microfilmed copies. Brochures describing the function of the Federal Election. Commission and the availability of information can be obtained by phoning, toll free, 800-424-9530, or writing or visiting: Federal Election Commission 999 E. Street, NW Washington, DC 20463 o THE U.S. CO:;GRESS HAt,~D~'OOK 4 CONGRESS HANDBOOK T130763287
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Powers of Congress Write Laws, Declare War, Monitor Federal Agencies Congress' legislative powers and organization are defined in Article I of the Constitution. A Senate and a House of Representatives are chosen by direct election. There are two Senators from each state and they serve six-year terms. One-third of them are elected every two years and Senators from the same state are not elected in the same year. The Federal census determines each state's portion of 435 Representative seats, and state legislatures determine Congressional district boundaries for each Representative who serves a two-year term. A Congress begins on January 3rd of odd-numbered years. It lasts two years and is divided by year into a first and second session. Election to Senate and House seats are held in November of even-numbered years. The Vice President of the U.S. presides over the Senate but belongs to no standing committees and his powers are minimal. The Speaker presides over the House which elects him/her by majority vote, which means that the majority party will select a Speaker who has great legislative and political power. Congress not only writes Federal laws but has the power to investigate matters of public concem and monitor Federal agencies and programs. It declares war, approves treaties, regulates interstate and foreign commerce, raises or lowers Federal taxes, coins and appropriates money, approves top Federal agency and judicial appointments, and can impeach Federal officials, including the President and Vice President. A two-thirds majority in each chamber will override a Presidential veto, and each chamber is the sole judge of its members' qualifications. 6 0r9£5 THE U.S. CONGRESS HAND~OE~K Guide to the U.S. Congress Handbook This Handbook, first published in 1974, is designed to serve a need for a publication lhat combines and compresses information in a new and different format. It will be useful to anyone interested in the United States Congress. Members are listed alphabetically with their pictures, biographies, and committee memberships. If a Member is the chairman or minority party ranking committee member, this is noted. Selected state office locations and phone numbers are given for each Member. Also listed by each Member's name is percentage of the vote they received in the most recent election (%); (unc.=uncha~lenged). Washington staff aides for each Member are designated generally as Adm. (Administrative), Legis. (Legislative), Sec. (Secretary) and Press. For Representatives the District number, poputation and largest cities are noted. Standing committee and subcommittee memberships along with staff directors and counsels are listed and each state's delegation in Congress is included. Articles are intended to outline how the nation's legislature is organized and operates with emphasis on the 104th Congress, convened January 4th, 1995 for its first session. The Office Staff Titles and functions of a Members' key staff Adm ......... AdminiStrative Assistant (AA) or Chief of Staff: Generally oversees entire office staff and operations Legis ....... Legislative Director (LA): Oversees legislative staff; keeps the Member informed about legislative matters; meets with constituents and works to fulfill the Members legislative goals. Some members, particularly those with seniority, have legislative directors who supervise work of assistants that focus on specific issues such as health, foreign affairs, defense, the environment, etc. Se¢ ......... Personal secretary, scheduler, exec. asst.: Schedules Members' activities, makes travel arrangements; generally assists AA in overall office operations. Press ........ Press secretary/communications director:. Responsible for communicating Members' political agenda and views to the media and their constitutuents. And, make sure the Member gets complimentary media exposure. Special knowledge of pdnt and electronic media equipment is a requirement. Caseworkers..Staff members that are assigned to repond to constituents complaints or questions. Before responding to the constituent, a "caseworker" frequently must contact a Federal agency for the required information. 01995 THE U.S. CO,~'GRESS HA~¢DBOC~.~ 7 T130763288
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The Job: Benefits and Demands The annual salary of a Senator is $133,600. A Representative receives $133,600. The Speaker of the House receives $171,500 in annual salary. House majority and minority leaders receive $148,400. The Senate pro tempore, majority and minority leaders each receive $148,400. A retirement system offers liberal pension payments. In addition, there is free office space, office furnishings and office machines and supplies. Funds are furnished to pay tot staff member salaries, phone bills, trips home, home office expenses and official mail to constituents. Pdnting and radio-television broadcast taping facilities are provided. Tapes are furnished which may be sent to local TV and radio stations. Banking facilities are available in the Capitol, and free parking is furnished underneath office buildings and at two Washington area airports. There are gymnasium facilities, dining facilities, food caterers, barber and beauty shops and post offices on the premises. An attending physician is in the Capitol, and Members can take advantage of a complete laboratory, X-Rays, a pharmacy and physiotherapy and electro-cardiographic services. Along with a generous health insurance plan, care is available at Walter Reed Army and Bethesda Naval Hospitals. Each Representative and Senator may utilize the Ubrary of Congress for special research and the drafting of legislation. The General Accounting Office may be assigned special investigative projects related to Federal agency operations. A phone call brings computerized bill status information. When not on the floor, Representatives and Senators may view floor action on television sets in their offices. Long Workdays While enjoying these perquisites, many Representatives and Senators put in 10 and 12-hour work days; and while they are charged with writing laws and monitoring the Federal agencies; they note privately that the demands of constituents and their own related desire to be reelected means they spend most of their time on "constituent activities." Many members who retire cite as a primary factor the constituent demands--both reasonable and absurd--which prevent them from giving adequate time to legislation. Others cite a frustration with the slow pace of congressional efforts to deal with pressing national problems. The 104th Congress Profile Age: In the Senate the average age is 58 and in the House, 51. Rep. Patrick Kennedy, 27, is the youngest. Sen. Strom Thurmond, 92, is the oldest. Religion: Protestants total 353 in the House and Senate. There are 125 Catholics in the House and 20 in the Senate. There are 24 Jews serving in the House and 9 in the Senate. Profession: Lawyers compdse a total of 46 in the Senate and 172 in the House. Members of Congress who list backgrounds as business or banking total 187. Eighty-six note education/teaching backgrounds, and 114 list public service or politics. Gender: There are 49 women in the House and 8 in the Senate. i__Republicans~ i.-~ Democrats----3 Sen. Robert Dole Rep. Newt Gingrich Sen. Torn Daschle Rep. Richard Gephardt IThe 104th Congress - First Session 1995 I The Leadership of the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate is determined by majority vote in each chamber. As a practical matter, this means the majority political party in each chamber will name that chamber's leaders. Following the 1995 elections, Republicans won majorities in both the Senate and House for the first time in 40 years. Newt Gingrich, of Georgia, was elected Speaker of the House and Robert Dole, of Kansas, elected Senate Majority Leader. Democrats elected Tom Daschle,of South Dakota as Minority Leader of the Senate and Richard Gebhardt, of Missouri, as Minority Leader of the House. More than any other members of Congress, persons holding the~e positions have the power to influence the pace and direction of Federal lawmaking. Ceremonial Positions Unlike the House, the Senate has two largely ceremonial leadership positions. The Vice President of the United States, Albert Gore, Jr., is President of the Senate (voting only in caste of ties), and the majority party Senator with the longest Senate service is President Pro Tempore. For the 104th Congress, the President Pro Tempore, who presides in the absence of the Vice President, is Sen. Strom Thurmond, of South Carolina.The line of succession to the President of the United States is the Vice President, the Speaker of the House and the President Pro Tempore of the Senate. Administrative Officers The day-to-day operation of the Senate is directed by the Secretary of the Senate, and, for the House, the Clerk of the House. These chief administrative officers are elected every two years by their respective bodies. This means, as a practical manner, they are elected by the majority party in each chamber following designation by, respectively, the Senate Majority Leader and the Speaker of the House. 01995 THE U.S. CO~,'GRESS THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDSO~K e T!30763289
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1995 Congressional Calendar January 4 ................... House and Senate convene January 16 ................. Martin Luther King Jr;s Birthday February 17-21 ......... House and Senate not in Session February 20 ................ President's Day February 22 ................ House and Senate reconvene March 17 ...................House not in Session April 8-30 ................... House not in Session April 14-30 ................. Senate not in Session April 16 ....................... Easter Sunday May 1 ......................... House and Senate reconvene May 27-June 4 .......... House and Senate not in Session May 29 ....................... Memorial Day June 5 ........................ House and Senate reconvene July 1-9 ...................... House and Senate not in Session July 4 .......................... Independence Day July 10 ........................ House and Senate reconvene August 5-Sept. 6 ....... House and Senate not in Session September 4 .............. Labor Day September 6 .............. House and Senate reconvene September 25 ............ Rosh Hashanah October 4 ................... Yom Kippur October 9 ................... Columbus Day November 7 ............... Election Day November 11 .............. Veterans Day November 23 ............. Thanksgiving Target Adjournment date unannounced Congressional Support Offices Five special offices support Congress with non-partisan information intended to assist in wdting laws, monitoring the Federal government and providing public information. They are: Congressional Budget Office FHOB (House Annex 2), Room 413, Second & D Sts., SW Washington, DC 20515 202-226-2600 Provides Congress with information and options about in-place and proposed Federal programs. Does Federal budget analysis and economic forecasts. It is to Congress what the Office of Management and Budget is to the President. Congressional Research Service 101 Independence Ave., SE Washington, DC 20540 202-707-5700 A division of the Library of Congress. Responds to requests from Senatom and Representatives and their staffs for books and research information. General Accounting Office GAO Building, 441 G St., NW Washington, DC 20548 202-512-3000 At the request of individual Members of Congress and committees, this office investigates and writes reports about executive branch programs and operations as it monitors executive branch spending. Some reports are printed and sold bythe Government Printing Office. Government Printing Office 732 North Capitol Street Washington, DC 20402 202-512-0OOO Executes orders for printing and binding placed by Congress, Federal Depadments and agencies. Prepares and distributes about 17,000 different publications through sales by mail and at GPO bookstores around the country. Office of Technology Assessment 600 Pennsylvania Ave., SE Washington, DC 20003 202-?.24-8713 Responds to committees and not individual Members of Congress. Assesses scientific and technological proposals for legislation by interviewing expert witnesses and analyzing information. Provides reports.and briefings to committees. Reports are printed and sold by the Government Printing Office. 10 01~95 THE U.S. CONGRESS HAN©BOC, K ~19~5 THE U.S. CONGRESS I-I,~'DBOOK11 Ti30763290
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Minorities in Congress Women in Congress Me: Connie Mon'ella-R MI : aa~bara-Roso Collins-D Lynn Rive~-D Me: Pat Danner-D Koran M~D ~: Ba~a~ ~R ~ :: k~rge Roukema-R Nlta L~ey-D Sue Su~n Louise Sl~ughte~-D Nydi~ Velazquez~ NC: Eva Cla~on-D Sue My~ck-R OH: Ma~K~tur-D Debo~ Pw~-R OR: Eli~beth TX : E~e Bemi~ Joh~on-D She~la Ja~ ~ : Enid Greene Waldhol~-R WA: Je~i(er Dun~R Linda Smi~-R Senate CA : Bafoara Boxer-O Dianne Feinsteln-D IL : Carol Moseley-Braun-D ME: Olympia Snowe-R KS : Nancy Kassebaum-R MD: Barbara Mikulski-D TX : Kay Bailey Hutchison-R WA: Patly Murray-D Blacks in Congress Houee: AL : Ead Hilllard-D CA : Ronetd Deltums-D Julian Dixon-D WaRer Tucker-O Mmxina Wa~ers-D CT : Gary FranksoR DC : Eleanor Holmes NortorvD FL : CordneBrown-D Alcoa Hastings-D Carrie Meek*D GA: Sanford BishopD John Lewis-D Cynthia Mc~nney-£) IL : Senator Carol Moseley-Breun-D Cardiss Cotilns-D Mel Reyndds-O Bobby Rush-D LA : Clad Fields-D William Jelferson-D MD: Kweisi F, flume-D Albod VV~n-D Senate: (1) MI : John Conyots-D E~afoara.Rose CoIlins-O. MO: William Cley-O MS: Bende G.T~pso~O NJ : Oon~d P~yne-D NY: Royd Raked Major Owe~-D Chades RangeI-D Edolph~ Tow~-D NC : Eva Cla~on-D MeMn Wa~-D OH: Louis Sto~es-D OR; J.C. Wa~s-R Choke Fa~h-O SC : James Clybum-D TN : Harold Ford-O TX : Eddie Bemice~oh~omD Sheila Jac~on L~D VA : Ro~d C. Sco~-O Hispanics in Congress Hou== AZ : Ed Pastor-D CA: XavierBecerra-D NM: Bi[IRichardsorvD Matlhew Mad~nez-O NY : Jose serra~o-D Luc~ile RoybaI-At[a~-O Hyo3a Ve~azquez-D Esteban Ton~$-D PR: Cedes Romero-Barce[o.-D FL : Ileana Ros.Leh~nen-R "IX : Hem~ BonillaoR Lincoln Diaz.Ba~ad-R E,(Kika~de la Garza-D IL : Luis Gu~srrez-D HenryG0nzaJez-D NJ : Robed Menendez-D Sek)mon Od~z-D R-~k Tej~a-D Asians and Pacific Islanders in Congress Newly Elected Members of the 104th Congress For the first time in 42 years, Republicans w~ll have the maiorRY in both the Senate and the House. There are 11 new Senators (all Republicans). In the House. the newly elected totaled 87:(73 Republicans, 13 Democrats, and 1 Independent (Delegate). REPUBLICANS: Abraham, Spencer Ashcroft, John (R-Me) DeWine, Mike (R-OH) Frist, William H. (R-TN) Grams, Rod (R-MN) Inhofe, James M.(R-OK) SENATE (9-11, V-0) Kyl, Jon (R-AZ) Santorum, Rick Snowe, Olympia (R-ME) Thomas, Craig (R-WY) Thompson, Fred HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES (R-73, D-13, I-1) REPUBLICANS: Bert, Bob (R-7-GA) Bass, Charles F. (R-2-NH) Bilbray, Bdan (R-49-CA) BonD, Sonny (R-44-CA) Brownbeck, Sam (R-2-KS) Bryant, Ed (R-7-TN) Bunn, Jim (R-5-OR) Burr, Richard M. (R-5-NC) Chabot, Steve (R-l-OH) Chambliss, Saxby (R-8-GA) Chenoweth, Helen (R-I-ID) Chdstensen, Jon (R-2-NE} Chrysler, Dick (R-8-MI) Cobum, Tom (R-2-OK) Cooley, Was (R-2-OR), Cremeans, Frank A. (R'-6-OH) Cubin, Barbara (R-At Large-WY) Davis, Thomas M., III (R-11-VA) Ehdich, Robert, Jr. (R-2-MD) English, Philip S. (R-21-PA) Ensign, John (R-loNV) Ranagan, Michael Patrick (R-5-1L) Foley, Mark (R-16-FL) Forbes, Michael (R-1-NY) Fox, Jon D. (R-13-PA) Frelinghwsen, Rodney (R-11-N J) Fdsa, Daniel (R-4-NY) Funderburk, David (R-2-NC) Ganske, Grog (R-4-1A) Graham, Lindsey (R-3-SC) Gutknecht, Gil (R-1-MN) Hastings, Richard (Doc) (R-4-WA) Haywo#~h, J.Do (R-6-AZ) Heineman. Fredfick (R-4-NC) Hiflea~, Van (R-4-TN) Hostettler, John N. (R-8-1N) Jones, W~dter B., Jr. (R-3-NC) Kelly, Sue W. (Ro19-NY) LaHood, Ray (R-18-IL) Largent, Steve (R-l-OK) Latham, Tom (R-5-1A) LaTourette, Sloven C. (R-19-OH) LoBiondo, Frank (R-2-NJ) Longley, James B., Jr.(R-I-ME) Martini, William J. (R-8-NJ) Mclntosh, David M. (R-2-iN) Metcalf, Jack (R-2-WA) Myrick, Sue (R-9-NC) Nethercutt, George R. (RoS-WA) Neumann, Mark W. (R-1 Nay, Robert W. (R-18-OFI) Norwood, Charles W.,Jr. (R-10-GA) Radanovich, George P. (R-19-CA) Riggs, Frank (R-l-CA) Salmon, Matt (R-1-AZ) Sanford, Mark, Jr. (Rol-SC) Scarborough, Joe (R-1-FL) Seastrand, Andrea (R-22-CA) Shedegg, John B. (R-4-AZ) Smith, Llnda (R-3-WA) Souder, Mark E. Stockman, Steve (R-9-.TX) Tale, Randy (R-g-WA) Thornberry, William M: (Mac) (R-13-TX) Tiahrt, Todd (R-4-KS) Waldh~ltz, Enid Greene (R-2-Ul") Wan,p, Zach (R-3-TN) Watts, J. C. (R-4-OK) Weldon, David (R-15-FL) Wailer, Gerald (Jerry) (R-1 l-ILl White, Rick (R-I-WA) Whitfield, Edward (R-1 Wicker, Roger R(R-1-MS) (ConUnued on next page) 019<35 THE Uo..R. CONGRESS T130763292
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Newly Elected Members of the 104th Congress (cont.) DEMOCRATS: BaJdacci, John F_. (O-2-ME} Bentsen, Ken (D-25-TX) Doggett, Lloyd (D-10*TX) Doyle, Michael R (0-18-PA) Fattah, Chaka (D-2-PA) Jackson Lee, Sheila (D-18-TX) Kennedy Patrick (D-1-RI) INDEPENDENT: Victor O. Frazer (I-Delegate-VI) Lofgran, Zoe (D-16-CA) Luther, William R (D-6-MN) Mascara, Frank R. (D-20-PA) McCarthy, Karsn (D-5-MO) Rivers, Lynn N, (D-13-MI) Ward, Mike (D-3oKy) First Term Members' Profile A profile of the 98 first-term Members of the 104th Congress: (Not every Member listed his/her religion or occupation.) Age ............... Average, 43; Oldest, Jack Metcalf, 67 (R-WA); Youngest, Pat Kennedy, 27 (D-RI) Sex ................ 85 men; 12 women Race .............. 94 white; 3 black Occupation., 31 law, 12 business, 8 education, 7 real estate, 5 insurance Education ..... 82 Bachelor Arts or Science; 31 Juris Doctors; 9 Masters; 6 Medical Doctors Religion ........ 67 Protestants; 26 Catholics; 1 Jew Military .......... 23 with military experience Politics .......... 30 with no political experience. Average, 5.5 years experience l S¢}19~5 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK Senate Leadership Republicans: 54 Democrats: 46 A Senator must be at least 30 years old. a U.S. Citizen for at least nine years, and a resident of the state in wl~ich he/she is elected. There are two Senators from each state with one third of them elected every two years for six-year terms. THE LEADERSHIP Majority Leader Area Code (202) Robert Dole (R-KS) Ch~..~ S.t~.. sh~ ~r~e Trent Lott (FI-MS) Chief of ~t~. Dave Hoppe Chief Deputy Whip Judd Gragg (R-NH) Chief of Staff: James Gallagher Republican Conference Secretary Connie Mack (R-FL) Chief of Staff: John Reich Minority Leader Thomas Daschle Chief of Staff: Pate Rouse Minority Whip Wendell Ford (D-KY) Chief of Staff: Joe Hart Deputy Minority Whip John Breaux (D-LA) Chief of Staff: Fred Hatlield Democratic Conference Secretary Barbara M{kulski (D-MD) Chief of Staff: Stephanie Foster THE OFFICERS President Vice President Albert Gore, Jr. President Pro Tempore Strom Thurmond (R-SC) Secretary of the Senate Sheila Burke Sergeant at Arms Howard O. Greene, Jr. Secretary to the Majority Elizabeth B. Greene Secretary to the Minority Abby Salfold Parliamentarian Robert Dove S-133 The Senate Office Buildings SD SR SH S-230 224-3135 S-123 2242708 SR-393 224-3324 SDo513 224-1326 S-221 224-5556 S-148 224-2158 SH-516 224-4623 SH-709 224-4654 S: Senate S-212 224-8391 S-238 224-5972 S-208 224-2115 S-321 224-2341 S-337 224°3835 S-309 224-3735 224-6128 Senate Dirksen Office Building Constitution Avenue and First Street, NE Senate Russell Office Building Constitution and Delaware Avenues, NE Senate Hart Office Building Constitution Avenue and Second Street, NE North side of Capitol Building THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 17" T130763293
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1 United States Senators 104th Congress--First Session* %=Percentage of vote member received in last erection Unc.=Uncontested Spencer Abraham (R-MI) Elec. 1994 52% SD-B40-4 202-224-4822 Fax: 202-224-8834 Biography: b. June 12._1952 La..nsing; MI, Attorney, Political Consu rant; Eastern urthooox; m. Jane Hershey, 2 children; MI State U., B.A.; Harvard U., J.D.; home, Auburn Hills State Offices: Grand Rapids (616)456-2592. Warren (810)573-9017 Committees: Budget; Judiciary; Labor & Human Resources Aides: Adm., Kate Hinton; Legis., Cesar Conda; Scheduler, Paul Erhardt; Press, Joe McMonigle Daniel Akaka (D-HI) Elec. 1990 72% SH-720 202-224-6361 Fax: 202-224-2126 Biography: b. Se~t. 11,1924 Honolulu. HI. Educator, U.S. Representative; Congregationalist; m. Mildred Chong, 5 children; U. of HI B.A.M.Ed.; Army '45- '47; home, Honolulu State Offices: Honolulu (808)541-2534, Hilo (808)935-1114 iCnommittees: Energy & Natural Resources; Governmental Affairs; dian Affairs; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm., James Sakai; Legis., Patrick McGarey; Sec,, Patricia Hill; Press, Ed Thompson John Ashcroft (R-MO) Elec. 1994 60% SR-170 202-224-6154 Fax: Not Public Biography: b. May 9 1942 Chicago, IL, Attorney, Gov.-MO, Law Prores;~'or; AsSembly of God; m. Janet Elise Roede, 3 children; Yale, A.B.; U. of Chicago, J,D.; home, Ballwin State Offices: St. Louis (314)725-4484 Jefferson City (314)634-2488, Kansas City (816)471'-7141 Committees: Commerce, Science & Transportation; Foreign Relations; Labor 8, Human Resources Aides: Adm., David Ayres: Legis., John Mashburn; Sec., Anne Eckern; Press, Doreen Torgeson MaxS. Baucus (D-MT) Elec. 1978 70% SH-511 202-224-2651 Fax: 202-224-1974 Biography.: b. Dec. 11 1941 Helena MT, Attorney; m. Wanda Minge, 1 chil~; Stab'ford, B.~., LL.B.; home, Missoula State Offices: Missoula (406)329-3123, Helena (406)449-5480, Billings (406)857-6790 • Committees: Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry; Environment & Public Works/Ran~ing; Finance; Sel. Intelligence; Joint Taxation Aides: Adm.. Jim Crounse; Legis., Mark Smith: Scheduler. Brooke Bnnkerhoff; Press. Tim Warner "Room and Fax numbers subject to change by members 18 ~r995 THE U.S. CONGRESS HA~,'DBOOK Senators --- Robert F. Bennett (R-UT}Elec. 1992 58% SD-241 202-224-5444 Fax: 202-224-6717 Biography: b. Sept. 18. 1.933. Salt Lake C)t.y.. UT. Management consultant; Mormon; m. Joyce MCr~ay, 6 children; U. of UT. B.S.; home, Salt Lake City State Offices: Salt Lake City (801)524-5933, Provo (801)379-2525, Ogden (801)625-5676 Committees: Appropriations; Bankin~ Housing & Urban Affairs; Smal/Business; JointEconomic Aides: Adm., Jim Barker: Legis.. Chip Yost; Sec.. Trish Kent: Press, Mary Jane Collipriest ~ Joseph R. Biden Jr. (D-DE) ~ ~ Elec. 1972 63% $R-221 202-224-5042 Fax: 202-224-0139 ~ ~~J Biography: b. Nov. 20 1942, Sc..ranton, PA, Attorney; Catholic m. Jill Tracy Jacobs, ~ children; U. of DE, B.A.; Syracuse. JD.; home, Wilm ngton ~ State Offices: Wilmington (302)573-6345, Dover (302)678-9483, Georgetown (302)856-9689 ~ Committees: Foreign Relations; Judiciary/Ranking Aides: Adm., Cathy Russell; Legis., Jane Woodfin; Exec. Asst., Marianne Baker; Press, Lawrence Spinelli Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) Elec. 1982 54% SH-703 202-224-5521 Fax:202-224-2852 Biography: b. Oct. 3 1943, El Paso, TX, Attorney; Methodist; m. Anne Kovacov ch, 1 ch d; Harvard, B.A,; Stanford, J.D.; home, Santa Fe State Offices: Santa Fe (505)988-6647, Albuquerque (505)766-3636, Las Cruces (505)523-8237 Committees: Armed Services; Energy & Natural Resources; Joint Economic Aides: Adm., Patrick Von Bargen; Appt. Sec.. Virginia White; Legis., Mitch Foushee; Press, Roberta Heine Christopher S. (Kit) Bond (R-MO) Elec. 1986 54% SR-293 202-224-5721 Fax: 202-224-8149 Biography: b. Mar. 6, 1939, St. Louis, MO, Gov.-MO, Attorney; Presbyterian; Divorced, 1 child: Princeton, A.B.; U. o! VA, LL.B.; home, Mexico State Offices: Kansas City (816)471-7141, Jefferson City (816)634-2488, St. Louis (314)727-7773 Committees: Appropriations Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs; Budget; Env ronment & Public Works; Small Bus ness/Cha rman Aides: Adm. Warren Erdman; Legis., Julie Dammann; Pets. Sec., Jackie Perho tz; Press, Catherine Kalinink Barbara Boxer (D-CA) Elec. 1992 48% SHo112 202-224-3553 Fax:202-228-0026 Biography: b. Nov. 11, 1940, Brooklyn, NY, U.S. Representative, Journalist; Jewish: m. Stewart Boxer, 2 children; Brooklyn Coll., B.A.; home, Greenbrae State Offices: San Rafael (415)457-7272, Los Angeles (310)414-5700, San Francisco (415}403- 0100 Committees: Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs; Budget; Environment & Public Works Aides: Adm., Karen Olick; Exec. Asst.. Rosanne Marini; Legis, Liz Tankersley; Press, Linda Marson ©1595 THE U.S. CONGRESS HAND~COK 19 TI30763294
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Senators BilFBradley -(D~IJ) Elec.1978 51% SH-731 202-224-3224 Fax: 202-224-8567 ~iography: b. July 28, 19..43, ,C~stal City, M_O. Author. ro-basketbatt Player: vrescyterian; m. ~rnestine Schlant, 1 child; Princeton. B.A.; Oxford U., M.A.; Air Force Rsv "66-'77; home. Montclair State Offices: Newark (201)639-2860, Marlton (609)983-4143 Committees: Energy& Natural Resources; Finance; Special on Aging Aides: Chief of Staff. Bernie Toon; Legis., Trudy Vincent; Scheduler, Sheila Cox; Press, Vickie Streitfeld ~,y John Breaux (D-LA) Elec. 1986 SH-516 202-224-4623 Fax;~ Biography: b. Mar. 1, 1944 Crowle~,, LA _Attorney, U.S. Representative; Catho c; m. LOS ua gle, 4 children; SW LA State, B.A.; LSU, J.D.; home, Cmwley State Offices: New Odeans (504)589-2531, Lafayette (318)264-6871, Alexandria (318)473-7370 Committees: Coromerce, Science Transportation; Finance; Special on Aging; Deputy Minority Whip Aides: Chief of Staff, Fred Hatfield; Legis., Marcia Jones; Sac., Susie Owens; Press, Bette Phelan Hank Brown (R-CO) Ele¢. 1990 57% SH-716 202-224-5941 Fax:202-224-6471 Biography: b. Feb. 12, 1940, Denver, CO, Attorney, Bus~ness Exec.; Congregational; m. Nan Morrison, 3 children; U. of CO, B.S, J.D.; George Washington U., LL,M; Navy '62-'66; home, Greeley State Offices; Denver (303)844-2600, Colo. Springs (719)634-6071, Greeley (303)352-4112 Committees: Budget; Foreign Relations; Judiciary; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Chief of Staff, Bill Brack; Legis., Roxie Burris; See,, Katie Ramsdale; Press, Jan Martin Richard Bryan (D-NV) Elec, 1988 51% SR-364 202-224-6244 Fax:202-224-1867 Biography.' b. July 16 1937 Washington, DC, Attorney, Gov.-NV; EpiscOpal; m'. Bonnie Fairchild, 3 children; U. oi' NV, B.A.; U. of CA, LL.B.; Army '59- '60; home, Carson City State Offices: Rend (702)784-5007, Carson City (702)885-9111, Las Vegas (702)388-6605 Committees: Armed Services; Commerce, Science & Transportation; Select Ethics/Ranking; Select Intelligence Aides: Adm., Jean Neal; Legis., Andy Vermilye; Scheduler, Rachel Landau; See., Jackie Brad.l~orcl; Press. Karen Kirchgasser Dale Bumpers (D-AR) Elec. 1974 62% SD-229 202-224-4843 Fax: 202-224-6435 Biography: b. Au~. 12, 1925 Charleston, AR~ Attorney, Gov.-AR; ~ethodist; m: Betty Flanagan, 3 children; Northwestern U.. J,D.; Marines, WWII;home, Charleston State Offices: Little Rock (501)324-6286 Coromittees: Appropriations; Energy & Natural Resources; Small Business/Ranking Aides: Adm.. Mary OavJs- Legis. Richard Glick" Appt. See., Rosi Smith; Pars. Sec., Jo Nobles: Press. Jo~n Lyford ' j 20 @tSS5 THE U.S. CONGRESS Senators ConradBurns (R-MT) Elec. 1988 62% SD-183 202-224-2644 Fax:202-224-8594 BBiogr.aphy; b. Jan. 25. 1935, Gallatin, MO, Radio/iV roaocastar; Lutheran; m. Phyllis Kuhlmann, 2 children; U. of Missouri, Marines '55-'57; home, Billings State Offices: Helena (406)449-5401, Billings (406)252-0550, Great Falls (406)452-9585, Missouqa (406)329-3528 Committees: App.ropriations Commerce, Science & Transportation; Energy & Natural Resources; Sma I Business; Speoial on Aging Aides: Adro., Tony Payton; Legis., Tom Fulton; Sec.. Kathy Didawick; Press, Richard Wadhams Robert C. Byrd (D-WV) Elec. 1958 69% SH-311 202-224-3954 Fax: 202-228-0002 Biography: b. Nov. 20, 1917, N. Wilkesboro, NC, Attorney; Baptist; m. Erma Ora James, 2 children; home. Sophia State Offices: Charleston (304)342-5855 ~omroittees:" Appropriations/Ranking; Armed ervices; Ru~es & Administration Aides: Adm., Deborah Wood; Sac., Martha Ann Mclntosh; Press, Ann Adler Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R-CO)* Elee. 1992 55% SR-380 202-224-5852 Fax:202-224-1933 Biography: b. Apr. 13, 1933, Auburn, CA, U.S, Representative, Rancher, Jeweler; m. Linda Price, 2 children; San Jose State, B.A.; Air Force '52-'54; home, Ignacjo State Offices: Denver (303)866-1900, Grand Junction (303)241-6631, Ft. Collins (303)224-1909 Committees: Banking Housing & Urban Affairs; Energy & Natural Resources; Indian Affa re; Veterans Affa rs Aides: Adm., Ken Lane; Legis., Dan McAuliffe; Sac., Jane Wilson; Press. Carol Knight *Switched from Demo~at's party to Republican party 3/3/95 John H. Chafee (R-RI) Elec. 1976 64% SD-506 202-224-2921 Fax: 202-224-7472 Biography: b. Oct. 22 1922, Providence, RI, Attorney, Gov-RI: Episcopal; m. Virginia Coates, 5 children; Yale. B.A,; Harvard, LL.B.; Marines '42-'46; horde, Warwick State Offices: Providence (401)528-5294 Committees: Environment & Public Works/ Chairman; Finance Aides: Adm., David Griswold; Legis., David Sloane; Exec. Sac., Donna Davis; Press, Josie Martin Daniel R. Coats (R-IN) Elec. 1988 58% SR-404 202-224-5623 Fax:202-228-3924 Biography: b. May 16. 1943, Jackson, MI, Attorney, U.S. Representative; Presbyterian; m. Marcia Crawford, 3 children; Wheaton, B.A.; IN U., J.D.; Army '66-'68; home, Ft. Wayne State Offices: Indianapolis (317)226-5555, Jeffersonville (812)288-3377, Fort Wayne (219)422- 812)465-6313 Committees: Armed Services; Labor & Human Resources Aides: Adm., Dave Gribbin; Legis., Sharon Soderstrom; Sac., Karen Parker; Press, Tim Goeg~ein THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDSOOK T!30763295
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Senators Thad Cochran (R-MS) Elec. 1978 100% SR-326 202-224-5054 Fax: 202-224-9450 Biography: b. Dec. 7, 1937. Pontot_oc, MS. Attorney_, U.S. Representative; Baptist; m. ~ose Clayton, 2 children; U. of MS. B.A., J.D.; Navy '59-'61; home. Jackson State Offices: Jackson (601)965-4459 Committees: Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry; Appropriations; Govermnental Affairs; Rules-Administration Repub ican Conference Chairman Aides: Chief of Staff-Leg,s., M.D.B. Carlisle: Sec., Doris Wagley; Press, Elizabeth Morra William S. Cohen (R-ME) Elec. 1978 62°/° SH-322 202-224-2523 Fax: 202-224-2693 Biography: b. Aug. 28 1940 B~angor, ME Attorney; Un tarian; Divorced, 2 children; ~owdoin, B.A.; Boston U,, LL.B.; home, Bangor State Offices: Augusta (207)622-8414, Bangor (207)945-0417, Biddeford (207)283-1101, Portland (207)780-3575 Committees: Armed Services; Governmental Affairs; Special on Aging; Select Intelligence Aides: Adm, Bob Tyrer; Legis., John Veroneau; Scheduler, Stephanie Sherl~ne; Sec., Cindy Waters; Press, Kathy Gest ~Kent Conrad (D-ND) Elec. 1986 SH-724 202-224-2043 Fax: 202-224-7776 Biography: b. Mar. 12 1948 Bismarck ND Mgt. & Personne D r.; Un taria~; m. Lucy Calautti, 2 children; Stanford, B.A.; George Washington U., M.B.A.; home, Bismarck State Offices: Bismarck (701)258-4648, Fargo (701)232-8030, Grand Forks (701)775-9601 Committees: Agriculture' Nutrition & Forestry; Budget; Finance; Indian Affairs Aides: Adm.. Mary Wakefield; Legis., Kent Hall; Sec., Geraldine Gaginis; Press, Jim Willis Paul Coverdell (R-GA) Elec. 1992 51% SR-200 202-224-3643 Fax: 202-224-3783 Biography: b. Jan. 20, 1939, Des Moines, IA. Financial 5vcs. Co. Owner, Peace Corps Director: Methodist: m. Nancy Naily, U. of Me, B.A.; Army '62- '64; home, Atlanta State Offices: Atlanta (404)347-2202, Savannah (912)238-3244, Columbus (706)322-7920 Committees: Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry; Foreign Relations; Indian Affairs; Small Business : • Aides: Adm., Molly Dye; Legis., Terri Delgadillo; S"ch~duler, Alison Jones; Press, Chris Allen Larry E. Craig (R-ID) Elec. 1990 61% SH-313 202-224-2752 Fax: 202-224-2573 Biography: b~ July 20 1945, Council. ID. Rancher, Real Estate. U.S. Representative; Methodist; m. Suzanne Scott, 3 children; U. of ID, B.A.; home, Payette State Offices: Boise (208)342-7985, Coeur d'Alene (208)667-6130. Idaho Falls (208)523-5541 Committees: Agriculture. Nutrition & Forestry; Energy &Naturai Resources; Veterans' Affairs; Special on Aging; Select Ethics Aides: Adm.. Greg Casey: Legis.. Brooke Roberts; Pets. Sec.. Heather Harwell: Press. David F~sh ©~'995 THE U.S. CONGRESS HAJVDBO~K Senators Aifonse M. D'Amato (R-NY) Elec. 1980 .51% SH-520 202-224-6542 Fax:202-224-5871 Biography: b. Aug. 1, 1937, Brooklyn, NY, Attorney; Catifiolic; m Pene.ope, 4 children; syracuse. B.A., J.D.; home, Island Park State Offices: New York (212)g47-7390. Syracuse (315)423-5471. Rochester (716)263-5866. Buffalo (716)846-4111 Committees: Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs/Chairman; Finance; Rep. Campaign Committee/Chairman Aides: Adm., Michael Kinsella; Legis., Greg Rickman; Sec.. Lecia Corbis~ero: Press, Harvey Valentine Thomas A. Daschle (D-SD) Elec. 1986 66% SH-509 202-224-2321 Fax: 202-224-2047 Biography: b. Dec. 9, 1947, Aberdeen, .SD, U.S. Representat=ve, Congressional Aide: Catholic; m. Linda Hall, 3 children; SD State, B.A.; Air Force '69- '72; home, Aberdeen State Offices: Sioux Falls (605)334-9596, Rapid City (605)348-7551, Aberdeen (605)225-8823 Committees: Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry; Minority Leader; Sel. Intel. Aides: Adm., Peter Rouse; Legis,, Laura Petrou; Sec., Nancy Erickson; Press, Ranit Schmelzer Mike DeWine (R-OH) Elec. 1994 53% SR-140 202-224-2315 Fax: 202-224-6519 Biography: b. Jan. 5 1947, Springfield, OH, Attorney, Lt. Governor-OH, U.S. Represen~at ve; Catholic; m. Frances Struewing, 8 children; Miami U., B.S., OH Northern U., J.D.; home, Cedarville State Offices: Columbus (614)469-6774, Cincinnati (513)684-3894; Cleveland (216)522-7272 Committees: Judiciary; Labor & Human Resources; Sel. Intelligence Aides: Adm., Laurel Pressler; Legis., Nick Wise; Sec., Jillian Inmon; Press, Peggy England Christopher J~ Dodd (D-CT) Elec. 1980 61% SR-444 202-224-2823 Fax: 202-224-1083 Biography: b. May 27, 1944, Willimantic, CT, Attorney, U.S. Representative; Catholic; Divorced, Providence Coll., B.A.; U.of Louisville, J.D.; Army '69-'75; home, E. Haddam State Offices: Wethersfield (203)240-3470 Co.mmittee_s: Ba~king,.Ho.using & Urban Affairs; Budget; Foreign Rel.; Labor Human Hesources; Hules & Admin.; Dem. National Committee Chairman Aides: Adm., Michael Powell; Legis., Diana Huffman; Sec~, Patricia Walsh; Press, Marvin Fast Robert Dole (R-KS) Elec. 1968 64% SH-141 202-224-6521 Fax: 202-224-8952 Biography: b. July 22, 1923, Russell, KS, Attorney, U.S~epresentative; Methodist; m. Elizabeth Hanford. I child; Washburn Mun=cipal U. B A.. LI_B; Army'43- '49; home, Russell State Offices: Topeka (913)295-2745. Kansas City (913)371-6108. Wichita (316)263-4956 Committees: Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry; Finance; Rules & Administration;Select Intelligence; Majority Leader Aides: Adm -Legis., Dan Stanley; Sec. Y~,onne CesteIIo: Press, Clar',~son Hine ©19.q5 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 23 T!30763296
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I a i ) I i II I Senators PeteV. Domenici (R-NM) Elec, 1972 74% SH-328 202-224-662? Fax:202-224-7371 Biography: b. May 7,. 193~ Albuquerque, NM. Attorne~ Catholic: m. Nancy ~urk. 8 children; U. of NM, B.S.; U. of Denver, LEa.; home, Albuquerque State Offices: Albuquerque (505}766-3481, Roswell (505)623-6170. Santo Fe (505)988-6511. Las Cruces {505).526-5475 Committees: Appropriations; Budget/Chairman; Energy & Natural Resources; thdid.n AffaiTs Aides: Adm.. Charles Gentry; Legis., Kay Davies; Sec., Ange'.,a Raish; Press, Chris Gal~egos Byron L. Dorgan (D-ND) Elec. 1992 60% SH-713 202-224-2551 Fax: 202.224-1193 Biography: b. May 14, 1942, Regent ND, U.S. Representative, NDTax Commissioner; Lutheran; m. Kimberly Olson, 3 children; U. of ND, B.S.; U. of Denver, M.B.A.; home, Bismarck State Offices: Bismarck, (701)250-4618. Fargo {701)239-5389 Committees: Commerce Governmentsl Affairs; Indian Affairs; Veterans Affa re; Select Ethics Aides: Chief of Staff, Lucy Calautti; Legis., Doug Norell; Sec., Sylvia Reid; Press. Barry Plait ~J. James Exon (D-NE} E/ec. 1978 69% SH-528 202-224-4224 Fax:202-224-5213 Biograp_hy: b. Aug. 9, 1921 Geddes SD, Office Equip. Dealer; Ep~scopa((an; m. Patricia P~os, 3 children; Army, WWII; home, Lincoln State O(lice~: Lincoln (402~437-559t., Omaha (402}34 f - ! 776, Scottsbluff (308)632-3595 Committees: Armed Servfces; Budget(Ranking; Commerce, Science & Transportation Aides: Chief of Staff-Legis., Grog Pallas; Pets. Sec., Adele Hanson; Press, Russ Rader ~ D.M.(Lauch) Faircloth (R-NC) Elec. 1992 52% SH-317 202-224-3154 Fax:202-224-7406 B~iography: b.~Jan. 14 1928 Salemburg, NC Farmer; vresDy~er=an: u vorced, 1 child; Army '54- 55; home, Clinton State Offices: Raleigh (919)856-4791, Winston° Salem (919}631-5313, Charlolte (704}375-1993, Ashewlle (704)254-3099 Committees: Banking, Housing & Urban Affaks; Environment & Public Works Aides: Adm., Jonathan H~II; Legis.opress, John Preyer; Scheduler, Alison Bonnet Russell D. Feingold Ele¢. 1992 5.3% SH-502 202.224-5323 Fax:202.224-2725 Biography.' b, Mar. 2. t953,Janesville WI, Attorney; Jewish; m. Mary, 4 children; U. ofWI, B~A., Oxford U., B A; Harvard U., J.D.; home, Middleton State Offices: Middlelon (608)828-1200. Milwaukee (414)276-7282. Wausau (715)848-5660 Committees: Foreign Relations; Judiciary; Special on Aging Aides: Adm. Ruth LaRocque; Legls., Susanne Martinez; See.. Mary Murl3hy: Press. David Sandretti L,L~4 (t)r995 THE U S. COt~'GRESS: HANDBOOK S~rators Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) Elec. 1992 47% SH-331 '202-224-3841 Fax: 202-228-3954 Biography: b. June 22. 1933, San Francisco, CA. Mayor, San Francisco; Jewish; rm Richard C. Blum, 1 child; Stanford U., B.A.;home, San Francisco State Offices: Los Angeles {310)914-7300, San Diego (619)231-9712, San Francisco (415}249-4777 Committees: Foreign Relations; Judiciary; Ru~es & Administration Aides: Chief of Staff. Michael McGill; Legis., Susie E~fving; Sec., Stacey Friedman; Press, Bill Chandler Wendell H, Ford (D-KY) Elec. 1974 64% SR-173A 202-224-4343 Fax: 202-224-01346 Biography.: b. Sept. 8, 1924. Daviess Only.. KY, Insurance Exec., Gov -~.Y; Bap~is~; m. Jean ~eel, 2 children; Army, WWii; home, Owensboro State Offices; Louisville (606)582-6251, Lexington (606)233-2484, Owensboro (502)685-5158 Committees: Commerce, Science ~, Transportation; Energy & Natural Resources; Rules & Administration/Ranking; Minority Whip Aides: Adm.. Robert Paxon; Legis., Rob Manges; Sec., Missy Smith: Press, ~atk L. Da~ ~ William H. Ffist (R-TN) Elec. 1994 66% SD-567 202-224-3344 Fax: 202-226-1264 Biograp.hy: b. Feb. 22, 19,52 Nashvi|le 3N, Heart Transplant Surgeon, Hospital Surgical D~r.; Presbyterian, m. Y~aryn, 3 children; Princeton U., B.A.; Harvard U, M.D.; home Nashville . State Offices: Nashville (615)254-0220 " " Comm ttees: Banking Housing & Urban Affairs; Budget; Labor & Human Resources; ~r~all Business Aides: Adm., Tom Purdue; Legis., Mark Tipps; Sec,, Kathy Harings; Press, Jill Miller John Glenn (D-OH) E|ec. 1974 65% SH:-503 202-224-3353 Fax:202-224-7983 Biography: b. July 1..8,1921 Cambrid.ge, OH_, I'Aarine Officer,/~stronaut; Presbyterian; m. ,~nnie castor, 2 children; Muskingum, B.S.; Marines '42-'65; home, Columbus State Offices: Columbus (614)469-6697, Cleveland (216)522-7095, Cincinngti (513)684-3265 Committees: Armed Services; Governmental Affairs/Ranking; Special on Aging; Select IntelSgence Aides: Adm., Mary Jane VenD; Legis., Ron Grimes; Scheduler, Kathleen Long; Press. Bryan McCleary Blade Gorton (R-WA) Elec. 1980" 55% SH-730 202.224-3441 Fax: 202-224-9393 ~iograph.y: b;.Jan. 8. 1928, Chica.qo, IL~., Attorney; piscopa~; m. ~ally Jean Clark, 3 chil0ren; Lrartmouth, A.B.; Columbia, LL.B.; Army'45-'46, AF'53-'56; home. Seattle State Offices: Seattle (206)553-0350, Vancouver (206)696-7838, Spokane (509)353-2507 Committees: Appropriations; Commerce; Budget; Indian Affairs; Labor & Human Resources Aides: Chief of Staff, Larry EnL Leg,s.. Sam Spine: Sec..Vickie McQuade: Press. Tcr~y *Re-elected in "66 in specie ~1995 TH~ U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 25 TI30763297
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Senators Bob Graham (D-FL) Elec. 1986 SH-524 202-224-3041 Fax: 202-224-2237 ABiograph~: b. Nov...9., ,19_3.6, C.~.al G.ables, F.L. ttorney, ~ov-FL: uniteo.~n, or unris~ m. A~ele Khoury, 4 children: U. of FL, B.A.: Harvard, LEB.- home, Miami Lakes State Offices: Tallahassee (904)422-6100 Miami (305)536-7293, Tampa (813)228-2476 ' Committees: Environment & Public Works; Finance; Veterans' Affairs; Select Intel]igence Aides: Adm., Samuel Shorstein; Exec. Asst., Caroline Newhall; Legis., Ken Klein. Press, Mary Byrne Phil Gramm (R-TX)Elec. 1984 62% SR-370 202-224-2934 Fax: 202-228-2856 Biography: b. July 8, 1942, Ft. Benning, GA, Educator Economist, U.S. Representative; Episcopalian; m. Wendy Lee, 2 children; U. of GA B.A., PhD ; home, College Stat on State Offices: Dallas (214)767-3000 San Antonio (210)366-9494, Houston (713)22~-2766, Tyler (903)593-0902 Committees: Appropriations; Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs; Budget Aides: Adm., Ruth Cymber; Legis., Dick Ribbentrop; Sec., Tracy Morse; Press, Larry Neal ~Rod Grams (R-MN) Elec. 1994 49% SD-261 202-224-3244 Fax: 202-228-0956 Biography: b. Feb. 4, 1948, Princeton, MN, Radio/ TV Broadcaster, U,S. Represenative, Contractor; Lutheran; m. Laurel Servaty, 4 children; home, Anoka State Offices: Anoka (612)427-5921 Committees: Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs; Joint Economic Energy & Natural Resources; Foreign Relations; Aides: Adm., Chris Erikstrup; Legis., Kim Lichy; Sec., Linda Westrom; Press. Peter Hong Charles E. Grassley (R-IA) Elec. 1980 72% SH-135 202-224-3744 Fax: 202-224-6020 Biography: b. Sept. 17 1933 New Hartford IA U.S. Representat ve, Farmer! BaptiSt; m. Barbara ~peichar, 5 children; Northern IA, B.A., M.A.; home, New Hartford State Offices: Waterloo (319)232-6657 Des Moines (515)284-4890, Cedar Rapids (319)36~.6832 Committees: Budget; Finance; Governmental Affairs; Judiciary; Special on Aging Aides: Chief of Staff-Legis., Ken Cunningham; Sec.. Mary Jo Archibald; Press, Jill Hegstrem Judd Gregg (R-NH) Elec. 1992 50% SR-393 202-224-3324 Fax: 202-224-4952 Biography: b. Feb. 14 1947 Nashua NH, Attorney, Gov. of NH, U.S. RepreSentative; Congregational; m. Kath een McLellan 3 children; Columbia U., B.A.; Boston U, J.D., LL.M.; home, Greenfield State Offices: Concord (603)225-7115 Manchester (603)622-7979. Portsmouth (603)431-~171 Committees: Appropriat one" Budget; Labor & Human Resources; Chief Deputy Whip ' Aides: A~m JamesGal ocher" Legis Cynthia Sensibau h Sec Sharon C'_':ra, Press, Kr stm Hy~'e " .. "" g ' ' 26 ~9.~5 THE U.S. CO,",tGRESS HA2~'DBCK~K Senators l"om Harkin (D-IA) Bec.1984 54% SH-531 202-224-3254 Fax: 202-224-9369 Biography: b. Nov. t9,.1939, Cumm~ng. ~A, Attorney, U.S. Representative; catholic; m. Rut~ Raduenz, 2 children; tA State. B.S.; Catholic U., J.D.; Navy '62- '67; home, Cumming State Offices: Des Moines (515)284-4574, Davenport (319)322-1338o Council Bluffs (712)325-0036, Sioux City (712)252-1550 Committee_s: Agrioultur..e, Nutrition & Forestry; Appropriations; Labor & Human Hesources; ~mall Business Aides: Adm., Dan Smith: Legis.. Peter Reinecke; Appt. Sec, Rebecca Bass; Exec. Asst., Sue O'Hara; Press, Jodie S~lverman ~Orrin G. Hatch (R-UT) Elec. 1976 s9% SR-135 202-224-5251 Fax: 202-224-6331 Biography: b. Mar. 22:1934, Pittsburgh, PA, AJtor, ney; Mormon; m. Elaine ~ansen, 6 children; urignam Young, B.S.; U. of Pittsburgh, J.D,; home, Salt Lake C~ty State Offices; Salt Lake City (801)524-4380, Provo (801)375-7881, Ogden (801)625-5672 Committees: Finance; Indian Affairs; Judiciary/Chairman; Joint Taxation Aides: Adm., Robert Dibblee; Legis., Kristine Iverson; Scheduluer, Ruth Montoya; Press, Paul Smith Mark O. Haffield (R-OR) Elec. 1966 54°/° SH-711 202°224-3753 Fax: 202-224-0276 Biography: b. July 12, 1922, Dallas, OR, Professor, Gov.-OR; Baptist; m. Antoinette Kuzmanich, 4 children; Willamette, B.A.; Stanford. M.A.; Navy, WWII; home, Portland State Offices: Salem (503)588-9510, Portland (503)326-3386 Committees: Appropriations/Chairman; Energy & Natural Resources; Rules & Administration Aides: Adm., Steve Nousen; Legis., Sue Hildick; Pets. Seo., Brenda Hart; Press, Julie McGregor Howell Heflin (D-ALl Elec. 1978 61% SH-728 202-224-4124 Fax: 202-224-3149 Biography: b. June 19 1921 Poulan, GA, Attorney, Judge; Methodist; m. El zabeth Ann Corm oboe, 1 child; Birmingham Southern, B.A.; U. of AL, J.D.; Marines '42-'46; home, Tuscumbia State Offices: Montgomery (205)690-3167, Tuscumbia (205)381-7060. Birmingham (205)731- 1500, Mobile (205)690-3167 Committees: Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry; Judiciary; Small Business Aides; Adm., Steve Raby; Legis.. Mansel Long; Pets. Sec., Mary Speis; Press, Tom McMahon Jesse A. Helms (R-NO} Elec. 1972 ~% SD-403 202-224-6342 Fax: 202-224-7380 jBfogra,ohy_: b. Oct. 18_,1921. Monro~e, NC..8ro, a.d.cast ourna~st; Baptist; m. Dorothy Jane uoble.;~ cniloren; Navy "42.'45; home, Raleigh State Olfices: Raleigh (919)856-4630, Hickory (70~t)322-5170 Committees: Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry; Foreign Relations/Chairman; Rules & Administration Aides: Adm.-Legis.. Darryl Nirenberg; Appt. Sec., Frances Hampes: Pets Sec. Pat Oewne; P{ess. Jim Broughton ~r995 THE U.S. COlVGRESS HANDBOOK 27 TI3076329~
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Senators ~iErnest R Hollings (D-SC) Elec.1966 51% SR-125 202-224-6121 Fax." 202-224-4293 B~ogral~hy:b.Jan. 1.1922. Charleston.SC Atlorn~y, Gov.- SC;Luthe~an; rn. Rite Louise Liddy. 4ch dren;Cit~dei, U of SC, LL.B; Army'42-'45; home, Charleston Btate Offices: Columbia (803)765-5731, Charleston (803)727-4525, Spartanburg (803)585-3702 Committees:Appropriations; Budget; Commerce, Science & Transportation/Ranking Aides: Adm., David Rudd; Legls.. Joey Lesesne; Pets. Sec., Mary Winton Hughes; Press. Andy Brack ~ Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) Elec. 1993" 61% SR-283 202-224-5922 Fax:202-224-0776 _Biography: b. July 22 1943, .G. alvesto_n, T~., Attprney, IX State Treasurer; Episcopalian; m. Hay rtutcnison, 2 children; U.of TX, B.A., J.D.; home. Dallas State Offices: Houston (713)653-3456, Austin (512)482-5834. Dallas (214)767-0577 Committees: Armed Services; Commerce, Science & Transportation; Small Business; Select Intetligence Aides: Chief of Staff, Cliff Shannon; Legis., Ken Johnson; Scheduler, Lindsey Howe Parham; Press, Missi Tessier *Won special election 6/5/93 ~James M. Inhofe (R-OK) Elec. 1994 55% SR-453 202-224-4721 Fax: 202-228-0380 Biography.: b. Nov.. 17, 1934, Oes_Moines, IA, Insurance ~xecutive, former U.S. Rep.; ~'resbyterian; m. Kay Kirkpatrick, 4 children; U. of Tulsa, B.A.; Army '54-'56; home, Tulsa State Offices: Oklahoma City (405)231-4381, Tulsa (918)748-5111 Committees: Armed Services; Environment & Public Works; Select intelligence Aides: Adm., Herb Johnson; Legis,. Laurie Rains; Sec., Phyllis Kries; Press, Gary Hoitsma Daniel K. lnouye (D-HI) Elec. 1962 58% SH-722 202-224-3934 Fax: 202-224-6747 Biography: b. Sept. 7, 1924, Honolulu, HI, Attorney, U.S. Representative; Methodist; m. Margaret Shinobu Awamura, 1 child; U. of HI, B.A.; George Washington U., J.D.; Army, WWII; home, Honolulu State Offices: Honolulu (808)541-2542, Hilo (808)935-0844, Lihue (808)335-3145 Committees: Appropriations; Commerce, Science & Transportation; Rules & Administration Aides: Adm,, Patrick H. DeLeon; Legis., Margaret Cummisky; Seo.. Sally Watanabe; Press, Heidi Umbhau James M. Jeffords (R-VT) Elec. 1988 SH-513 202-224-5141 Fax: 202-228-0338 Biography: b. May 11 1934, Rutland VT, Attorney, U.S. Representative; C~)ngregaticnalis{; m. Elizabeth Daly. 2 children; Yale, B.S.I.A: Harvard. LI-B.: Navy '56-'59; home. Shrewsbury State Offices: Montpelier (802)223-5273. Rutland (802)773-3875, Bur)ington {802)658-6D01 Committees: Appropriations; Ener.qy & Natural Resources; Labor & Human Resources; Veterans' Affairs; Special on Aging Aides: Adrn, Susan Russ; Legis., Mark Powden; Sec., Trecia Bickford: Press. Er=k Smulscn 28 @t995 THE U S. CONGRESS HANDSOOK Senators j.Bennett Johnston (D-LA) Ele¢. 1972 54% SH-136 202-224-5824 Fax: 202-224-2952 Biography: b. June 10, 1932 Shreveport, LA, Attorney" Baptist; m. Mary Gunn, 4 chi dren; Army '56-'59; I~ome, Shreveport State Offices: Shreveport (318)676-3085, New Orleans (504)589-2427, Baton Rouge (504)389-0395 Committe_es: Appropriations; Budget; Energy & Natural Resources/ Ranking; spec=al on Aging; Sol. Intelligence Aides: Adm., Eric Silagy; Legis., Laura Hudson: Scheduler, Cheryl Kimball; Press, Scott ]rahan Nancy L.Kassebaum (R-KS) Elec. 1978 74% SR-302 202-224-4774 Fax: 202-224-3514 Biography: b. July 29, 1932, Topeka, KS, Radio Exec" Episcopaiian; Divorced, 4 children; U. of KS, B.A.;'[I. of MI, M.A.; home, Burdick State Offices: Topeka (913)295-2888, Garden City (316)276-3423, Prairie Village (913)648-3103 Committees: Foreign Relations; Indian Affairs; Labor & Human Resources/Chairman Aides: Adm., David Barrel; Legis., Ed Bolen; Sec., Ann Shirtey; Press, Mike Horak Dirk Kempthorne (R-ID) Elec. 1992 57% SD-367 202-224-6142 Fax:202-224-5893 B ography: b. Oct. 29, 1951, San Diego, CA Mayor, Corp. PulSI c Affairs Mgr,; Methodist; m. Patricia, 2 children; U. of ~D, B.A.; home, Bose State Offices: Boise (208)334-1776, Idaho Falls (208)522-9779, Coeur d' Alene (208)664-5490 Committees: Armed Services; Environment & Public Works; Small Business Aides: Chief of Staff, Phil Reberger; Legis., William Fawcett; Sec,, Sally Uberuaga; Press, Mark Snider Edward M. Kennedy (D-MA) Elec. 1962 58% SR-315 202-224-4543 Fax: 202-224-2417 Biography: b. Feb. 22, 1932, Boston, MA, Attorney: Catholic; m. Victoria Reggie, 5 children; Harvard, U. o! VA, LL.B,: Army '51-'53; home, Barnstable State Offices: Boston (617)565-3170 Committees: Armed Serv.ices; Judiciary; Labor & Human Resources/Ranking; Joint Economic Aides: Adm., Paul Donovan; Legis.. Carey Parker; Pers. Sec.. Jeannie Kedas: Press, Pamela Hughes Robert Kerrey (D-NE) Elec. 1988 55% SH-303 202-224-6551 Fax: 202-224-7645 Biography: b Auq 27 1943 Lincoln, NE, Gov.-NE, Restauranteur Congregationalist; Divorced. 2 children; U. of NE, B.S.; Navy '66-'69; home, Omaha State Offices: Omaha (402)391-3411, Lincoln (402)437-5246, Scottsbluff (308)632-3595 Committees: Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry; Appropriations; Select intelligence; Dem. Campaign Committee/ Chairman Aides: Adm.. Paul Johnson; Legis., Shelia Murphy; Sec., Cindy D~wer; Press. Grog Weiner THE U $- CONGRESS HA,,'~DBOOK 2~ T!30763299
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Senators John F. Kerry (D-MA) Elec. 1984 57% SR-421 202-224-2742 Fax: 202-224-8.525 Biography:. b. Dec. 11, 1943, Denver, CO, Attorney, Lt. Gov.-MA; Catholic; Divorced, 2 children; Yale, B.A.: Boston College, J.D.; Navy '66-'69; home, Boston State Offices: Boston (6t7)565-8519 Committees: Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs; ~- ~ Commerce, Science & Transportation; Fore gn Relat!ons; Small Business; Se ect intelligence; ~:--1 Dam. Steering Committee/Chairman Aides: Adm., David Loiter; Legis., Scott Bunton Appt Sac., Pat Gray; Pars Sac., Tricia Ferrone; Press, Alexandra Marks Herbert Kohl (D-WI) Elec. 1988 58% SH-330 202-224-5653 Fax: 202-224-9787 BiO_clraphy: b. Feb. 7 1935, M!lwauke~e,W, Business Pro-'basketba I Team Owner; Jewish; ~ing e, U. of WIo B.A.; Harvard, M.B.A.; Army Rsv. '58-'64; home, Milwaukee State Offices: Milwaukee (414)297-4451, Madison (608)264-5338, Eau Claire (715)832-8424 Committees: Appropriations; Judiciary; Special on Aging Aides: Adm., Ted Bornstein; Legis., Kate Sparks; Scheduler, Arlene Branca; Press, Lynn Becket Jon Kyl (R-AZ) Elec, 1994 54% SH-702 202-224-4521 Fax: 202-224-2207 Biography: b. Apr. 25 1942, Oakland,~NE, Attorney UoS. Representative; Presbyterian; m. L;aryl Collins, 2 ch dren; U. of AZ, B.A., LL.B.; home, Phoenix State Offices: Phoenix (602)840-1891, Tucson (602)292-6729 Committees: Energy & Natural Resources; Judiciary; Select Intelligence Aides: Adm,, Ted Maness; Legis., Tim Gluzewski; Sac., Julia Johnson; Press, Kate Watson i~Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) Elec.1982 50% SH-506 202-224-4744 Fax: 202-224-9707 Biography: b.Jan. 23, 1924, Paterson NJ Computer Execut ve Jewish; Divorced, 4 children; Columbia, B S ; Army '42-'46' home, Secaucus State Offices: Newark (201)645-3030, Barrington (609)757.5353 Committees: Appropr at ons; Budget; Environment & Public Works; Small Business Aides: Adm., Eve Lubalin; Legis., Bob Seltzer; Sac., Kathy Gallagher; Press, Sloven Schlein Patrick J. Leahy (D-V'r) Elec. 1974 66% SR-433 202-224-4242 Fax: 202-224-3595 Biography: b. Mar. 31 1940 Montpelier VT, Attorney; CatSohc: m. Marcel ~ Pomerleau, 3 "children; St, Michael's, A.B.; eorgetown, LL.B.; home, Middlesex State Offices: Burlington (802)863-2525 Montpelier (802)229-0569 ' Committees: Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry/ Ranking; Appropriations; Judiciary Aides: Adm., Luke Albee: Legis., John Dowd; Sec., Leah Gluskoter; Press. Joe Jamele 30 ~19~5 THE U.S. CONGRESS HAt~'DBOOK Senators Carl Levin (D-MI) Elec. 1978 68% SR-459 202-224-6221 Fax: 202-224-1388 Biography: b. June 28, 1934, Detroit. M~I, A~omey;, Jewish; m. Barbara Halpern, 3 children;bwarthmore, B.A.; Harvard, J.D.; home. Detroit State Offices: Detroit (313)226-6020, Grand Rapids (616)456-2531, Escanaba (906)789-0052 Committees: Armed Services; Governmental Affairs; Small Business Aides: Adm., Gordon Kerr; Legis., Rich Arenberg; Sec., Helen Galen; Press, Kathy McShea Joseph I. Lieberman (D-CT) Elec. 1988 67% SH-316 202-224-4041 Fax: 202-224-9750 Biography: b. Feb. 24 1942, Stamford, CT, Attorney; Jewish; m. Hadassah Freil~ch, 4 ch dren: Yale, B.A., LL.B.; home, New Haven State Offices: Hartford (203)240-3566 Committees: Armed Services; Environment & Public Works; Governmental Affairs; Small Business Aides: Adm., William Andresen; Legis., Bill Bonvillian; Sec., Carleen Overstreet; Press, Jim Kennedy Trent Lott (R-MS) Elec. 1988 69% SR-487 202-224-6253 Fax:202-224-2262 Biography: b. Oct. 9 1941 Grenada MS, Attorney, U.S. Representative; Bapt st; m. Parr c a Thompson, 2 children; U. of MS, B.P.A., J.D.; home, Pascagoula State Offices: Gulfport (601)863-1988, Jackson (601)965-4644, Pascagoula (601)762-5400 Committees: Armed Services; Budget; Commerce, Science & Transportation; Majority Whip Aides: Adm., John Lundy; Legis., Sam Adcock; Sec., Susan Wells; Press, Susan Irby Richard G. Lugar (R-IN) Elec. 1976 67% SH-3.06 202-224-4814 Fax:202-228-0360 Biography: b.Apr.4 10932 Indianapolis IN, Farmer; Methodist; m. Charlen~ Sine tzer, 4 ch dren: Den son, B.A.; U. of Oxford, M.A.; Navy '57-'60; home, Indianapolis State Offices: Indianapohs (317)226-5555, Fort Wayne (219)422-1505, Evansville (812)465-6313 Committees: Agriculture; Nutrition & Forestry/Chairman; Foreign Relations; Select intelligence Aides: Adm., Marly Morris; Legis., Dan Diller; Scheduler, Randy Pritchard; Press, Mark Shoeff Connie Mack (R-FL) Elec. 1988 70°/° SH-517 202-224-5274 Fax: 202-224-8022 Biography: b. Oct. 29, 1940, Philadelphia, PA, Banker; Catholic; m. Priscilla Hobbs, 2 children: U. of FL, B.S.; home, Cape Coral State Offices: Ft. Myers (813)275-6252, Tampa (813)225-7683, Miami (305)530-7100 Committees: Appropriations; Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs; Joint Economic/Chairman; Republican Conference Secretary Aides: Adm.. John Reich: Legis.. Kimbedy Cobb; Sac.. Beth Walker; Press. Mark Mills ~1-q95 THE U.S. COh~GRESS HA~,~D~OOK31 TI30763300
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Senators ~John McCain (R-AZ) Elec. 1966 58% SR-241 202-224-2235 Fax: 202-224-2862 Biography: b. Aug. 29, 1936, Pan~ma Cane! Zone, U.S. Representative, Naval Officer; ~-piscopalian; rn. Cindy Lou Hensley, ,~ children; U.S. Naval Academy B.S.; Navy '58-'81: home, Phoenix ' State Offices: Phoenix (602)952-2410, Tucson (602)670-6334, Mesa (602)835-8994 Committees: Armed Services; Commerce, Science & Transportation; Governmental Affairs; indian Affairs/Chairman Aides: Adm. Mark Salter; Legis., John Raidi; Sec,, Ellen Cahill; Press. Didi Blackwood ~ Mitch McConnell Jr, (R-KY) Eiec, 1984 52% SR-120 202-224-2541 Fax: 202-224-2499 Biography: b. Feb. 20 1942, Sheffield AL. Attorney- Baptist m. Elaine Ch~.'o, 3 children; U. of Louisville', B.A.: U. of KY, J.D.; home, Louisville State Offices: Louisville (502)582-6304, Lexington (606)252-1781, Ft. Wright (606)578-0188 Committees: Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry Appropriations; Environment & Public Works; Rules & Administration; Se oct Ethics/Chairman Aides: Adm.-Legis., Steve Law; Pets. Sec., Susan Ourster; Press, Mildred C~oper Y" I. Barbara A. Mikulski (D-MD) Elec. 1986 71% SH-709 202-224-4654 Fax: 202-224-8858 Biography: b. July 20. 1936, Batimore MD U.S. Represen[at re, Social Worker; Catho c; S ng e, Mr. St. Agnes, B.A.; U. of MD, M.S.W.; home, Baltimore State Offices: Baltimore (410)962-4510 College Park (301 )345-5517, Annapolis (410)263-1 ~05 Committees: Appropriations; Labor & Human Resources; Select Ethics; Democratic Conference Sec. Aides: Chief of Staff, Stephenie Foster; Legis., George Leventhal; Scheduler, Ann Norton; Press, Erin Caltahan Carol Moseley-Braun (D-IL) Elec. 1992 55% SH-320 202-224-2854 Fax: 202-224-2626 Bio~qraphy: b. Aug. 16 1947 Chicago. IL, Attorney, Cty."Recorder of l~eed~; Catholic; Divorced, 1 child; U. of [L, B.A.; U. of Chicago, J.D.; home, Chicago State Offices: Chicago (312)353-5420, Springfield (217)492-4126 Committees: B~king, Housing & Urban Affairs; Finance; Special on Aging Aides: Adrn., Olga Corey Leg s., B II Ma~ea- Scheduler, Chon~ Maglaya; Press, Joana Slaney i~ Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY) Elec. 1976 55% SR-464 202-224-4451 Fax: Not Public Biography: b. Mar. 16 1927 Tulsa OK Professor Author: Catholic: m. Elizabet~ Bren~an, '3 children! Tufts. B.A.; Fletcher, M.A., Ph,D.; Navy Rsv. '44-'47: home, Pindars Corners State Offices: New York City (212)661-5150, Buffalo (716)846.4097, Oneonta (607)433-2310 Committees: Environment & Public Works; Finance/Ranking; Rules & Administration; Joint Taxation Aides: Adm. Roy Kien tz- Legis. Mark Patterson; Pets. Sec.. Eleanor S,J-tum; Pre~s. Brian Con~'tolly ' Frank H. Murkowski (R-AK) Elee. 1980 53% SH-706 202-224-6665 Fax:202-224-5301 ~iogr .a, phy: b.. Mar. 26, 1933, Saattte, WA, Banker; atno~ic; m. Nancy Gore, 6 children; Seattle, B.A.; Cst. Grd. '55:57; home, Fairbanks State Offices: Anchorage (90T)271-3735, Fairbanks (907)456-0233. Ketchikan (907)225-6880 Committees: Energy & Natural Resources/Chairman; Finance; Indian Affairs; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm., John Moseman; Legis., David Guhse; Sec., Janet Klinger: Press, Chuck Kleeschulte L~Patty Murray (D-WA) Elec. 1992 55% SR.111 202-224-2621 Fax: 202-224-0238 Biography: b. Oct. 11, 1950, Bothell, WA, Teacher, State Senator; m. Robert Murray, 2 children; WA State U., B.A.; home, Seattle State Offices: Seattle (206)553-5545, Vancouver (206)696-7797, Spokane (509)624-9515 Committees: Appropriations; Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs; Budget Aides: Adm., Michael "Rmmeny; Legis. Carole Grunberg; Sec., Joyce Power; Press, Patricia Akiyama Don Nickles (R-OK) Elec. 1980 59% SH-133 202-224-5754 Fax:202-224-6008 Biography: b. Dec. 6 1948 Ponce City, OK, Machine Co.-Exec.: Catho ic; m. L nda Morrison, 4 ch dren; OK State, B.B.A.; Army Natl. Grd. '70-'76; home, Ponce City State Offices: Oklahoma City (405)231-4941, Tulsa (918)581-7651, Ponce City (405)767-1270 Committees: Budget; Energy & Natural Resources; Finance; Indian, Affairs; Rules & Administration; Republican Policy Comrnittee/, Chairman Aides; Adrn., Les Brorsen; Legis., Bret Bernhardt; Sec.. Janel Goode; Press, Ernie Schultz Sa~rn Nunn (D-GA) Elec. 1972 100% SD-303 202-224-3521 Fax: 202-224-0072 Biography: b. Sept. 8 1938, Perry CA, Attorney' MetSodist; m. Coleen'O'Br on, 2 ch dren; Emor~: State Offices: Atlanta (404)331-4811, Perry (912)987-1456, Gainesville (404)532-9976 A.EL, LL.B.; Cst. Grd.. '59-'60; home, Perry Committees: Armed Services/Ranking; Governmental Affairs; Small Business Aides: Adm., Bob Hurt; Legis., Rocky Rief; Pets. Sec., Rose Johnson; Press, Cathy O'Brien SR-259 202-224-5244 Fax: 202-228-3576 Biography: b. Sept. 11,1932. Portland, OR Attorney Unitarian;£)ivorced, 2 ch dren; Wi amette,'B.A.; New York U., LL.B.; home, Portland State Offices: Portland (503)326-3370 Committees: Commerce; Science & Transportation; Finance/Chairman; Joint Taxation Aides: Adm.. Elaine Franklin: Legis., Penny Schiller: Sec.. Lynn Hemmench: Press. Bobbi Munson THE U.S. CONGRESS HAt,~OOK 33 TI30763301
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Senators Claiborne Pell (D-RI) Elec.1960 62% $R-335 202-224-4642 Fax:202-224-4680 Biography: b. Nov. 22 1918 New York City, NY, Business, nvestmenl Exec., Foreign Service; Episcopalian; m. Nuala O'Donnell, 4 children; Princeton, A.B.; Columbia, M.A.; Cst. Grdo. WWII; home, Newport State Offices: Providence (401)528-5456 Committees: Foreign Relations/Ranking; Labor & Human Resources; Rules & Administration Aides: Adm.. Tom Hughes; Legis., Orlando Potter: Press, Bill Bryant Larry Pressler (R-SD) Elec. 1978 52% SR-243 202-224-5842 Fax: Not Public Biography: b. Mar. 29, 1942, Humboldt, SD, Attorney, U.S. Representative; Catholic; m. Harriet Dent, 1 child; U. of SD, B.A.; Oxford U., M,A.. Harvard, J.D.; Army '66-'68: home, Humbolt State Offices: Aberdeen (605)226-7471 Rapid City (605)341-1185, Sioux Falls (605)335-19~0 Committees: Commerce, Science & Transportation/Chairman; Finance; Small Business Aides: Adm., Doug Miller; Legis., Robert Hoffman; Sec., Sally Ballard; Press, Florence Heacock ~ David Pryor (D-AR) Elec. 1978 100% SR-267 202-224-2353 Fax:202-224-8261 Biography: b. Aug. 29, 1934 Camden, AR Attorney_, Gov.-AR; Presbyterian; m: Barbara Lu~sford, 3 children; U. of AR, B.A., LL,B.; home, Little Rock State Offices: Little Rock (501)324-6336 • Committees: Agricu ture, Nutrition & Forestry; Finance; Governmental Affairs; Special on Aging/ Ranking • Aides: Adm., Frank Thomas: Legis., Kirk Robertson; Sec., Leslie Chalmers; Press, Damon Thompson Harry Reid (D-NV) Elec. 1986 52% SH-324 202-224-3542 Fax: 202-224-7327 Biography: b. Dec.2 1939 Searchlight NV, Attomey, U.S. Representative! m. L~ndra Goul~l, 5 children; Utah State, B A.; George Washington U., J.D.; home, Searchlight State Offices: Reno (702)784-5568 Las Vegas (702)474-0041, Carson City (702)882-~343 Committees: Appropriat one Environment & Public Works; Indian Affa re; Special 6n Ag ng Aides: Adm., Reynaldo Mart nez; Legis., Larry Werner; Sec., Janice Shelton: Press, Susan McCue Charles S. Robb (D-VA) Eleo. 1988 48% SR-154 202-224-4024 Fax: 202-224-8689 Biograghy: b. June 26 1939 Phoenix AZ Attorney. Gov.-VA; Episcopalian': m. ['~;nda Bir~ J~hnson, 3 ch dren; U. of WI. B,B~..; U. of VA. J.D.; Marines, '61-'70; home, McLean State Offices: Richmond (804)771-2221, Norfolk (804)441-3124, Danville (804)791-0330 Committees: Armed Services; Foreign Relations; Joint Economic; Select Intelligence Aides: Adm. Thomas Lehner; Leg s. Ridge Schuyler: Exec. Asst., Pa:ric~a Mayer; Press. Peggy W~lhide Senators John D. Rockefeller IV (D-WV) Elec. 1984 SH-109 202-224-6472 Fax:202-224-7665 Blo~ral~hy: b. Ju,n,e 18,1937, NewYork City;, NY,_Gov.- WV,'College Presioent; Presbyterian; m. Sharon vercy, 4 children; Harvard, A.B.; home, Charleston State Offices: Charleston (304)347-5372, Beckley (304)253-9704. Fairmont (304)367-0122 Committees: Commerce, Science & Transportation; Finance; Veterans' Affairs/Ranking Aides: Adm., Lane Bailey; Legis., Tamera Stanton; Sec. Patricia Endght; Press. Laura Quinn WilliamV. Roth Jr. (R-DE) Elec. 1970 58% SH-104 202-224-2441 Fax: 202-228-0354 Biography: b. July 22_, 1921 Great Falls., MT,...A. tt.orne.y, U,S. Representative: Episcopalian: m. Jane Hicnares, 2 children; U. of OR, B.A.; Harvard, M.B.A., LL•B.: home, Wilmington State Offices: Wilmington (302)573-6291, Dover (302)674-3308, Georgetown (302)856-7690 Committees: Finance; Governmental Affairs/Chairman; Joint Economic; Joint Taxation Aides: Adm.-Legis., John Duncan; Sec., Betty Martin; Press, Verna Hensley ~Rick Santorum (R-PA) Elec. 1994 49% SD-B40-2 202-224-6324 Fax: Not Public Biography: b. May 10, 1958. Winchester, VA, Attorney, U.S. Representative; Catholic: m. Karen Garver, 2 children; PA State U., 8,A.; U. of Pittsburgh, MB.A,, Dickenson Law, J.D.; Army A•F. '44-'45; home, Bryn Mawr State Offices: Allentown (610)865-7752, Pittsburgh (412)562-0533, Erie (814)454-7714, Scranton (717)344-8805 Committees: Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry; Armed Services; Rules & Administration; Joint Economic; Special on Aging Aides: Adm., Mark Rodgers; Legis.. Michael Hershey; Sec.. Ramona Ely; Press, Mike Mihalke Paul S.Sarbanes (D-MD) Elec. 1976 59°/° SH-309 202-224-4524 Fax: 202-224-1651 Biography: b. Feb. 3 1933, Salisbury, MD.Attorney, U.S. Representative; Greek Orthodox; m. Chr st ne Dunbar, 3 children; Princeton, A.B.; Harvard. LL.B., Oxford U., B.A.; home, Baltimore State Offices: Baltimore (410)962-4436. Silver Spring (301)589-0797, Salisbury (410)860-2131 Committeea: Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs/Ranking; Budget; Foreign Relations; Joint Economic Aides: Adm., Bud Moss; Legis., Julie Kehrli; Sec•, Elise Gillette; Press, Bruce Frame Richard C. Shelby (R-AL) Elec. 1986 66% SH-110 202-224-5744 Fax: 202-224-3416 Biography: b. May 6. 1934, Birmingham, AL. Attorney, U.S. Representative; Presbyterian; m. Annette Nevin, 2 children; U. orAL, A.B., LL.B.; home, Tuscaloosa State Offices: Birmingham (205)731 - 1384, ]'uscatoosa (205)759-5047, Montgomery (205)223-7303 Committees: Appropriations; Banking. Housing & Urban Affairs; Select Intelligence; Special on Aging Aides: Adm.. Thomas Young; Legis.. Stewart Hall; Sec.. Anne Caldwell: Press. Laura Cox THE U,S. CONGRESS H~;DBO~K 35 TI30763302
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Senators Paul Simon (D-IL) Elec. 1984 66% SD-462 202-224-2152 Fax: 202-224-0868 Big graphy: b. Nov. 29,1928. Eugen.e, DR, J.ourn.alist, U.S. Representative; Lutl~eran; m. Jeanne Hurley, 2 children; Army, "51-'53; home, Makanda State Offices: Chicago (312)353-4952, Springfield (217)492-4960, Carbondale (618)457-3653 Committees: Budget; Indian Affairs; Judiciary; Labor & Human Resources Aides: Adm., Jeremy Kar~oatkin: Legis., Vicki Otten: Pets. Sec., Jacqueline Williams; Press, David Carle Alan K. Simpson (R-WY) Elec. 1978 64% SD-105 202-224-3424 Fax:202-224-1315 Biography: b. Sept. 2, 1931, Denver, CO, Attorney; Episcopahan; m. An,n, Schroll, 3 children; U. of WY, B.S., J.D.; Army. '54- 56; home. Cody State Offices: Cody (307)527-7121, Casper (307)261-5172, Cheyenne (307)772-2477 Committees: Foreign Relations Judiciary; Veterans' Affairs/Chairman; Spec al on Ag ng Aides: Chief of Staff, Don Hardy; Legis., Chuck Blahous; Scheduler, Laurie Rosen; Press, Tad Segal Robert C.(Bob) Smith (R-NH) Elec. 1990 67% SD-332 202-224-2841 Fax: 202-224-1353 Biography: b. Mar. 30, 1941 Trenton NJ Real Estate Teacher; Catholic; m, Mary ~'o Hutch ~son, 3 ch Idren: Lafayette Coll., B.A.; Navy '65-'67; home, Tuftonboro State Offices: Manchester (603)634-5000, Concord (603)228-0453, Portsmouth (603)433-1667 Committees: Armed Services; Environment & Public Works; Governmental Affairs; Select Ethics Aides: Adm.. Patrick Pettey; Legis., Tom Hodson; Scheduler, John Petley; Sec., Cyndi Cusak; Press, Lisa Stocklan ~ Olympia Snowe (R-ME) Elec. 1994 60% SR-495 202-224-5344 Fax:202-224-1946 Biography: b. Feb. 21, 1947 Augusta, ME, U.S. Rep., State Senator; Greek Orthodox" m. John McKernan, U. of ME, B.A.; home. Auburn ' = State Offices: Bittorford (207)282-4144 Auburn (207)786-2451, Bangor (207)945-0432 ' Committees: Budget" Commerce, Science & Transportation; Foreig~ Relations; Small Business Aides: Adm. Kevin Raye; Legis., Jane Calderwood; Sec., Karen G eason; Press. Dave Lackey Arlen Specter (R-PA) Elec. 1980 51% SH-530 202-224-4254 Fax:202-224-1893 Biography: b. Feb. 12 1930 Wichita KS Attorney; Jewish; m. Joan Levy, :~ child/en; U. of'PA, ~.A.; Yale. LL.B.; Air Force, '51-'53; home, Philadelphia State Offices: Philadelphia (215)597-7200, Pittsburgh (412)644-3400, Harrisburg (717)782-3951 Committees: Appropriations; Judiciary; Veterans' Affairs; Select Intelligence/Chairman Aides: Adm.. Barry Caldwe~l" Legis. Doug Loon; Scheduler, Patrici~, Hagg. Sec. Sylv a NoIde; Pre~s Margaret Camp 36 -~t~E~5 THE U.S~ CONGRESS HAA~DBOQK Senators ~ Ted Stevens (R-AIO Elec. 1968" 67% SH-522 202-224-3004 Fax:202-224-2354 ~~.~ Biography.~ b. Nov; 18, 1923, Indianapolis, IN. Attorney: ~-Discopalian; m. Catherine Bittner. 6 children; U. of CA(LA). B.A.; Harvard. LL.B.; Air Force ~_ _~ '43-'46; home, Girdwood State Offices: Fairbanks (907)456-0261,Anchorage (907}271-5915, Juneau (907)586-7400 ~ ~ Committees: Appropriations: Commerce, Science & Transportation; Governmental Affairs; Rules & Administration/Chairman ~ :~ Aides: Adm., Lisa Suthedand; Legis., Earl Comstock; Sec., DeLynn Henry: Press. Mitch Rose ~- ~=-----------------~ ~ CraigThomas (R-WY) Elec. 1994 59% SH-302 202-224-6441 Fax:Not Public ~;~-~J~ Biography: b. Feb. 17, 1933, Cody, WY, Businessman, U.S. Representatve Method=s.'.; m. Susan Roberts, 4 children, U. of WY, B.A.: Marines ~_~ '55-'59; home, Casper State Offices: Casper (307)261-5415, Cheyenne (307)634-0626, Lander (307)332-2293 ~;~ ::;~ Committees: Energy & Natural Resources; Environment & Public Works; Foreign Relations; Indian Affairs ~... :~ Aides: Adm., Elizabeth Brimmer; Legis., Dan Naatz: Sec., Kathy W=se Press, Dan Kunsman ~---"~ ~ FredThompson (R-TN)Ele¢,1994* 61% SD-523 202-224-4944 Fax: 202-228-3679 ~ -" ~ Biogra.~hy: b. July 19 1942; Sheffield AL Attorney Actor; u vorced, 3 children; Memphis State U., B.A.. ~ Vanderbilt U., J.D.; home, Nashville State Offices: Memphis (901)544-42241 Nash~/ille (615)736-5129, Knoxville (615)545-4253 ~ Committees: Foreign Relations; Governmental Affairs; Judiciary; Special on Aging Aides: Adm., Tom Dafiron; Legis., Hannah Sistare; Sec., Bonnie ~ Sansonetti; Press, Alex Pratt "Special election in 1994. Must run again in 1996. - ~ StromThurmond (R-SO) Elec. 1954 66% ~ SR-217 202-224-5972 Fax:202-224-1300 Biography: b. Dec. 5, 1902, Edgefleld, SC, Attorney. Farmer, Gov.-SC; Baplist; m. Nancy, 4 children; ~Clemson, B.S.; A~my, '42-'46; home, A/ken State Offices: Columbia (803)765-5496, Charleston ~ (803)724-4586, A/ken (803)649-2591 Committees: Armed Services/Chairman; Judiciary; Veterans' Affairs; President Pro-Tempore ~ Aides: Chief of Staff Duke Short Legis.. Alfred Bundrick; Exec. Sec.. Ho y R chardson; Press, Chris Kelly Cimko ~ ~ JohnW.Warner (R-MA) Elec. 1978 82% SR-225 202-224-2023 Fax: 202-224-6295 ~ Biography: b. Feb, 18, 1927, Washington, PC. Attorney, Sec. of Navy; Episcopalian; D=vorced, 3 children; Wash.& Lee U., B.S.; U. of VA, LL.B.; Navy ~ '44-'46. Marines, Korea; home, Middleburg State Offices: R=chmond (804)771-2579. Norfolk ~ (804)441-3079. Abingdon (703)628-8158. Roanoke (703)982-4676 Committees: Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry; Armed Services; ~ Environment & Public Works; Rules & Administration; Small Business Aides: Adm. Susan Magill; Legis.-Press. Tracey Smith; Seo.. Jane: ~1.q95 THE U.S. CO,','GRESS HAJ';DSOOK 37 T!30763303
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Senators Paul Wellstone (D-MN) Elec. 1990 52% SH-717 202-224-5641 Fax: 202-224-8438 Biography: b. July 21. 194.4. W~ashington DC. Professor; Jewish; m. Sheila Ison, ;~ children; U. of NC, 15J~, Ph.D.: home. Northfield State Offices: St. Paul (612)645-0323, Virginia (218)741-1075, Willmar (612)231-0001 Committees: Energy & Natural Resources; Indian Affairs; Labor & Human Resources; Small Business Aides: Adm. Karl Moo; Legis.. Mike Epstein; Sac., Boa Underwood; Press, Linda Marson Senate Terms End for 33 The terms of thirty three Senators --18 Republicans and 15 Demo- crats-- end with the 104th Congress. Senators who will have to run in 1996 for re-election, if they wish to return to Congress, include: Republicans Hank Brown (CO)* Thad Cochran (MS) William S. Cohen (ME) Larry Craig (ID) Pete Domenici (NM) Phil Gramm (TX) Mark Hatfield (OR) Jesse Helms (NC) James M. Inhofe (OK)** Nancy Landon Kassebaum (KS) Mitch McConnell (KY) Larry Pressler (SD) Alan K. Simpson 0NY) Robert C. Smith (NH) Ted Stevens (AK) Fred Thompson (TN)"°" Strom Thurmond (SC) John W. Warner (VA) Democrats Max Baucus (MT) Joseph R. Biden, Jr. (DE) Bill Bradley (NJ) J. James Exon (NE) Tom Harkin (IA) Howell Heflin (AL) J. Bennett Johnston (LA)" John F. Kerry (MA) Carl Levin (MI) Sam Nunn (CA) Claiborne Pell (RI) David Pryor (AR) John D. Rockefeller, IV (WV) Paul Simon (IL)* Paul Wellstone (MN) *Announced they will not run for re-election in 1996. "°lnhofe was elected in 1994 to fill the last two years of the term of David Boren(D). "*Thompson was elected in 1994 to fill the last two years of the term of V.P. AI Gore (D) who resigned in 1993. 38 ~I~J5 THE U.S. CONGRESS HA~'DBOOK Senate Committees LISTINGS ARE IN ORDER OF SENIORITY. AREA CODE (202) AGRICULTURE, NUTRITION AND FORESTRY R= SR-328A D; SR-328A Ph: 224-2035 Ph: 224-6901 Fax: 224-1725 StaffDir.: Charles F. Connor; Min. Staff Dir.: Ed Barron Republicans: (9) Democrats: (8) Richard Lugar, IN/Chin.* Patrick Leahy, VT/Rkg.° Robert Dole, KS David Pryor, AR Jesse Helms, NC Howell Heflin, AL Thad Cochran, MS Tom Harkin, IA Mitch McConnell, KY Kent Conrad NO Thomas Dasch e, SD Larry Craig, ID Paul Coverdell, GA Max Baucus, MT Rick San:Drum, PA Robert Kerrey, NE John W. Warner, VA • Ex olficio members, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES (All Subcommittees function out of main office) Forestry, Conservation, and Rural Revitalization Republicans: Craig/Chairman, Coverdell, Warner, Helms Democrats: Heflin/Rankin9, Harkin, Conrad Marketing, Inspection, and Product Promotion Republicans: Helms/Chairman, Dole, Cochran, McConnell, Santorum Democrats: Conrad/Ranking, Pryor, Baucus, Kerrey Production and Price Competitiveness Republicans; Cochran/Chairman, Warner, Helms, Coverdell, Dole Democrats: Pryor/Ranking. Daschle, Baucus. Kerrey Research, Nutrition, and General Legislation Republicans: McConnell/Chairman, Dole, San:Drum, Craig Democrats: HarkinlRanking, Heflin, Daschle THE U.S. CO,~,~GRESS HAt¢~K 39 T130763304
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Senate Committees APPROPRIATIONS R: S-128The Capitol Ph: 224-3471 Fa.x: 228-0542 D: S-205, Capitol Ph: 224-7292 StaffDir.: J. Keith Kennedy; Mino Staff Dir.: James H. English Republicans: (15) Mark; Hatfieid, OR/Chin." Ted Stevens, AK Thad Cochran, MS Aden Specter, PA Pete Domenici, NM Phil Gramm, TX Christopher Bond, MO Slade Gorton, WA Milch McConnell, KY Connie Mack, FL Conrad Burns, MT Richard Shelby, AL James M. Jeffords, VT Judd Gregg, NH Robert F.~-ennett, UT °Ex officio members, with vote, on all Democrats: (13) Robert Byrd WV/Rkg.* Daniel Inouye, Hi Ernest HoIlin~s, SC J. Bennelt JoSnston, LA Patrick Leahy, VT Dale Bumpers, AR Frank Lautenberg, NJ Tom Harkin, IA Barbara Mikulski, MD Ha.try Reid, NV Robert Kerrey, NE Herb Kohl, Wl Palty Murray, WA subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES Agriculture, Rural Development and Related Agencies SD-136 Ph: 202-224-7219 Maj. Staff: Rebecca Davies; Min. Staff: Rocky Kuhn Republicans: Cochran/Chairman, Specter, Bond, Gorton, McConnell, Burns Democrats: Bumpers/Ranking, Harkin, Kerrey, Johnston, Kohl Commerce, Justice, Stat~,The Judiciary and Related Agencies S-146A The Capitol Ph: 202-224-7243 Maj. Staff: John Shank; Min. Staff: Scott Gudes Republicans: Gramm/Chairman Stevens, Hatfield, Domenici, McConne , Gregg Democrats: Hollings/Ranking, Inouye, Bumpers, Laulenberg, Kerrey Defense SD-122 Ph: 202-224-7239 Maj. Staff: Steve Cortese; Min. Staff: Charles J. Houy Republicans: Stevens/Chairman, Cochran, Specter, Domenici, Gramm, Bond, McConnell, Mack, Shelby Democrats: Inou~/e/Ranking, Hollings, Johnston, Byrd, Leahy, Bumpers, Lautenberg. Harkm District of Columbia SD-142 Ph: 202-224-2731 Maj. Staff: B. Timothy Leeth; Min. Staff: Terry Sauvain Republicans: Jeffords/Chairman, Bennelt Democrats: Kohl/Ranking Energy and Water Development SD-131 Ph: 202-224-7261 Maj. Staff: Mark D. Walker; Min. Staff." Proctor Jones Republicans: DomenicdChairman, Hatfield Cochran, Gorton, McConne . Bennett. Burns Democrats: Johnston/Ranking. Byrd. Holtings. Reid. Kerrey, Murray 40 ~ISB5 THE U.S. CONGRESS HAND~O~K Senate Committees Foreign Operations S-125 The Capitol Ph: 202-224-7274 Maj. Staff: Jim Bond; Min. Staff: William Witting Republlcans: McConnell/Chairman, Specter, Mack, Gramm. Jeffords, Gregg. Shelby Democrats: Leahy/Ranking, Inouye, Lautenberg, Harkin, Mikulski, Murray Interior and Related Agencies SD-127 Ph: 202-224-7262 Maj. Staff: Cherie Cooper; Min. Staff: Sue E. Masica Republicans: Gorton/Chairman, Stevens, Cochran, Domenici, Hatfield, Burns, Bennett, Mack Democrats: Byrd/Ranking, Johnston, Leahy. Bumpers, Hollings, Reid, Murray Labor, HHS, Education and Related Agencies SD-184 Ph: 202-224-7643 Maj. Staff: Craig A. Higgins; Min. Staff: Ed Long Republicans: Specter/Chairman, Hatfield, Cochran, Gorton, Mack, Bond, Jet(orals, Gregg Democrats: Harkin/Ranking, Byrd, Hollings, Inouye. Bumpers, Reid, Kohl Legislative Branch S-128 The Capltot Ph: 202.224-9420 Maj. Staff: J. Keith Kennedy; Min. Staff: James H. English Republicans: Mack/Chairman, Bennett, Jefiords Democrats: Murray/Ranking, Miku|ski Military Construction SD-140 Ph: 202-224-7271 Maj. Staff: Jim Morhard: Min. Staff: C. Richard D'Amato Republicans: Burns/Chairman, Stevens, Shelby, Gregg Democrats: Reid/Ranking, Inouye, Kohl I Transportation SD-133 Ph: 202-224-0330 Maj. Staff: Patrick J. McCann; Min. Staff: Peter Rogoff Republicans: Hatfield/Chairmen, Domenici, Specter, Gramm, Gorton, Bond Democrats: Lautenberg/Ranking, Byrd, Harkin, Mikulski, Raid Treasury, Postal Service and General Government S-128 The Capitol Ph: 202-224-7337 Maj. Staff." Chuck Parkinson; Min. Staff: Patty Lynch Republicans: Shelby/Chairman, Jettords, Gregg Democrats: Karrey/Ranking. Mikulski VA-HUD-lndependent Agencies SD-131 Ph: 202-224-7253 Maj. Staff: Slephen Kohashi; Min. Staff: Kevin F. Kelly Republicans: Bend/Chairman, Gramm, Burns. Stevens, Shelby, Bennett Democrats: Mikulski/Ranking, Leahy, Johnston, Lautenberg, Kerrey THE U.S. CONGRESS HA~#DSO~K 41 T!30763305
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R: SR-228 D: SR-239 Ph: 224-387t Ph: 224-9337 Fax: 228-3781 Staff Dir.: Richard Reynard; Min. Staff Dir.: Arnold Punaro Republicans: (11) Strom Thurmond, SC/Chm-° John Warner, VA William Cohen, ME John McCain, AZ Trent Lott, MS Dan Coats, IN Robert C. Smith, NH Dirk Kemp:horns, ID Kay Bailey Hutchison, TX James M. Inhofe, OK Rick Santorum, PA Democrats: (10} Sam Nunn, GA/Rkg." J. James Exon, NE Carl Levin, MI Edward Kennedy, MA Jeff Bingaman, NM John Glenn, OH Robert Byrd, WV Charles Robb, VA Joseph Lieberman, CT Richard Bryan, NV *Ex officio members, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES (All Subcommittees function out of main office) Airland Forces Republicans: Warner/Chairman, Cohen, Coats, Kempthorne, Hutchison, Inhofe, Santorum Democrats: Levin/Ranking, Exon, Glenn, Byrd, Lieberman, Bryan Acquisition andTechnotogy Republicans: Smlth/Chairman, Kempthorne, Hutchison. Inhofe Democrats: B[ngaman/Ranking, Lovin, Kennedy Personnel Republicans: Coats/Chairman, McCain, Loft, Santorum Democrats: Byrd/Ranking, Kennedy, Robb Readiness Republicans: McCain/Chairman, Cohen, Coats, Inhofe, Santorum Democrats: Glenn/Ranking, Bingam.an, Robb, Bryan Seapower Republicans: Cohe~Chairman, Warner, McCain, Lot:, Smith Democrats: Kennedy/Ranking, Exon, Robb, Lleberman Strategic Forces Republicans: LoWChairman, Warner, Cohen, Smilh, Kemp:home, Hulchison Democrats: ExonlRanking, Levin, Bingaman, Glenn, Bryan 42 01~$5 THE U.S. CGNGRESS HANDBOE2K Senate Committees BANKING, HOUSING AND URBAN AFFAIRS R; SD-534 D: SD-534 Ph; 224-7391 Ph: 224-7391 Fax: 224-5137 StaffDir.: Howard Menell; Min. StaffDir.: Steve Harris Republicans: (9) Alfonso D'Amato, NY/Chm. Phil Gramm, TX Richard Shelby, AL Christopher Bond, Connie Mack, FL Lauch Faircloth, NC Democrats: (7) Paul Sarbanes, MD/Rkg- Christopher Dodd, CT John Kerry, MA Richard Bryan, NV Barbara Boxer, CA Carol Moseley-Braun, IL Patty Murray, WA Robert Bennett, UT Rod Grams, MN Bill H. Frier, TN *Ex officio members, with vote, on all subcommiltees SUBCOMMITTEES Financial Institutions and Regulatory Relief SD- 534 Ph: 202-22,~-7391 Staff Dir.: Kathy Casey Min. Staff: Andy Vermllye Rspublicans: Shelby/Chairman, Grams, Frist, Gramm, Bennett, Bond, Mack Democrats: Bryan/Ranking, Mosetsy-Braun, Oodd, Kerry, Boxer Housing Opportunity and Community Development SID-534 Ph: 202-224-1569 Staff Dir.: Buzz Gorman Min. Staff: David Leiter Republicans: Mack/Chairman, Bond, Frist, Shelby Democrats: Kerry/Ranking, Dodd, Bryan HUD Oversight and Structure SD-534 Ph: 202-224-7391 Staff Dir.: Jim Hyland Min. Staff: Bill Mattea Republicans: Fairclo~/Chairman, Gramm, Grams Democrats: Moseley-Braun/Ranking, Murray International Finance SD-549 Ph: 202-224-5794 Staff Dir.: Brent Franzel Min. Staff: Michelle Jolin Rspubllcans: Bond/Chairman, Mack, Faircloth, Bennett, Frist Democrats: Boxer/Ranking, Moseley-Braun, Kerry, Murray Securities SD-548 Ph: 202-224-4208 Staff Oir.: Wayne Abernathy Min. Staff: Courtney Ward Republicans: Gramm/Chairman, Bennett, Shelby, Faircloth, Grams Democrats: Dodd/Ranking, Murray, Boxer, Bryan THE U.S. CONGRESS HAJ~DBCX~K 43 T!30763306
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Senate Committees BUDGET R: SD-621 D: SD-634 Ph: 224-0642 Ph: 224-0769 Fax: 224-4835 Slaff Dlr.: Bill Hoagland; Min. Staff Dir.: Bill Dauster Republicans: (12) Pete Domenici. NM/Chm. Charles Grassley, IA Don Nickles, OK Phil Gramm, TX Christopher Bond, MO Trent Loll, MS Hank Brown, CO Slade Gotten, WA Judd Gregg, NH Olympia Snowe, ME Spencer Abraham MI BI H. Fr st, TN Democrats: (10) J. James Exon, NEJRkg. Ernest Hollings, SC J. Bennelt Johnston, LA Frank Lautenberg, NJ Paul Simon, IL Kent Conrad, ND Christopher Dodd, CT Paul Sarbanes, MD Barbara Boxer, CA Patty Murray, WA (No Subcommittees) COMMERCE, SCIENCE AND TRANSPORTATION R: SD-508 D: SD-554 Ph: 224-5115 Ph: 224-5183 Fax: 224-1259 Staff Dir.: Paddy Link; Min. Staff Din Kevin G. Curtis Republicans: (10) Larry Pressler, SD/Chm.* Bob Packwood, OR Ted Stevens AK John McCa n, AZ Conrad Burns, MT Slade Gorlon, WA Trent Loll, MS Kay Bailey Hutchison, TX Olympia Snowe, ME John Ashcroft, MO Democrats: (9) i~rne.sl Hollings SC/Rkg.* anlel Inouye, HI Wendell Ford, KY J, James Exon NE John D. Rockefe let, IV, WV John _Kerry, MA John ~reaux, LA i~lchard Bryan, NV yron Dorgan, ND *Ex officio members, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES Aviation SH-424 Ph: 202-224-4852 Maj. Prof. Staff: Ann Bengeman; Min. Sr. Counsel: Sam Whitehom Republicans: McCain/Chairman, Pressler, Stevens, Gorton, Burns, Loll, Hutchison, Ashcroft Democrats: Ford/Ranking, Exon, Inouye, Bryan. Rockefeller, Breaux, Dorgan Communications SH-227 Ph: 202-224-5184 Maj. Counsels: David McClellan, Katie King Min. Sr. Counsel: John Windhausen Republicans: Packwood/Chairman, Pressler, Stevens, McCain, Burns, Gotten, Loll. Ashcroft Democrats: Hollings/Ranking, Inouye, Ford, Exon, Kerry, Breaux, Rockefeller (Continued on next page) 44 ¢~rs~ THE U.S. CQNGRESS Senate Committees Consumer Affairs, Foreign Commerce andTourism SH-425 Ph: 202-224-5183 Maj. Counsels: Lance Bultena, Katherine Friess Min. Counsels: Moses Boyd, Ivan Schlager Republican,=: Gorton/Chairman, Pressler, McCain, Snowe, Ashcroft Democrats: Exon/Ranking, Ford, Bryan, Rockefeller Oceans and Fisheries SH-428 Ph: 202-224-8172 Me/. Prof. Staff:Tom Melius, Trevor McCabe Min. Sr. Staff: Penny Dallon Republicans: Stevens/Chairman, Packwood, Gorton, Snowe Democrats: Kerry/Ranking, Inouye, Breaux Science,Technology and Space SH-428 Ph: 202-224-8172 Maj. Sr. Counsel: Louis Whitsett; Min. Prof. Staff: Pat Windham Republicans: Burns/Chairman, Pressler, Hutchison, Stevens, Lott Democrats: Rockefeller/Ranking, Kerry, Bryan, Dorgan SurfaceTransportation and Merchant Marine SH-427 Ph: 202-224-4852 Maj. Prof. Staff: Gerri Hall; Min. Counsels: Clyde Hart, Carl Bentzel Republicans: Lott/Chairman, Hutchison, Packwood, Stevens, Burns, Snowe Democrats: Inouye/Ranking, Exon, Breaux, Dorgan, Bryan ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES R: SD-364 D: SD-312 Ph: 224-4971 Ph: 224-4103 Fax: 224-6163 Staff Dir.: Gregg Renkes; Min. Staff Dir.: Benjamin Cooper Republicans: (10) Democrats: (8) Frank Murkowski, AK/Chm.* J. Bennett Johnston, LA/Rkg.° Mark Hatfield, OR Dale Bumpers, AR Pete Domenici, NM Wendell Ford, KY Don Nickles, OK Bill Bradley, NJ Larry Craig, ID Jeff Bingaman, NM CraigThomas, WY Daniel Akaka, HI Jon Kyl, AZ Paul Wellstone, MN Rod Grams, MN Ben Nighthorse Campbell, CO James Mo Jeffords, VT Conrad Burns, MT *Ex officio members, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES Energy Production and Regulation Ph: 202-224-6567 Professional Staff: Howard Useem Republicans: Nickles/Chairman, Jeffords, Hatfield, Thomas, Domenici Democrats: Bingaman/Ranking. Ford, Akaka. Wellstone Energy Research and Development Ph: 202-224-8115 Professional Staff: David German Republicans: Domenici/Chairman, Burns, Craig, Kyt, Grams Ford/Ranking. Bradley, Democrats: WeIIstone ¢~r~gs THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBG~K 45 Ti30763307
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Senate Committees Forests and Public Lands Management Ph: 202-224-6170 Professional Staff: Andrew Lundquist, Michael Flannigan, Mark Ray Republicans: Craig/Chairman. Kyl, Hatlield, Domenici, Burns. Thomas Democrats: Bradley/Ranking, Bumpers, Bingarnan, Campbell Parks, Historic Preservation and Recreation Ph: 202-224-6969 Professional Staff: Jim O'Toole Republicans: Thomas/Chairman, Grams, Nickles, Jeffords Democrats: Bumpers/Ranking, Akaka, Campbell ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC WORKS R: SD-410 D: SD-456 Ph: 224-6176 Ph: 224-8832 Fax: 224-1273 Staff Dir.: Steven J. Shlmberg; Min. Staff Dir.: Thomas Sliter Republicans: (9) Democrats (7) John Chafee, RI/Chm.° Max Baucus, MT/Rkg." John Warner, VA Daniel Patrick Moynihan, NY Robert C. Smith NH Frank Lautenberg, NJ Lauch Fa rcloth, NC Harry Reid, NV Dirk Kempthorne ID Bob Graham, FL James M. nhofe, OK Joseph Liebe~rnan, CT Barbara Boxer, CA Craig Thomas, W¥ Milch McConnsll, KY Christopher S. Bond, MO °Ex officio members, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES (All Subcommittees function out of main office) Clean Air, Wetlands, Private Property, and Nuclear Safety Republicans: Faircloth/Chairman, Inhofe, Thomas, McConnell Democrats: Graham/Ranklng, Lieberman, Boxer Drinking Water, Fisheries, and Wildlife Republicans: Kemplhorne/Chairman, Faircloth, Thomas, Bond, Warner Democrats: Reid/Ranking, Lautenberg, tleberman, Boxer Superfund,Waste Control, and Risk Management Republicans: Smith/Chairman. Warner, Inhofe, McConnell Democrats: Lautenberg/Ranking, Moynihan, Boxer Transportation and Infrastructure Republicans: Warner/Chairman, Smith, Kempthorne, Bond, Faircloth Democrats: Baucus/Ranking, Moynihan, Reid, Graham THE U.S. CONGRESS H.4~VD~OOK Senate Committees FINANCE R: SD-219 D: SH-203 Ph: 2244515 Ph: 224-5315 Fax: 224-5920 Staff Dir.: Lindy Paull; Mind Start Dir.: Lawrence O'Donnell Republicans: (11) Bob Packwood, OR/Chrn." Robert Dole, KS William Roth, DE John Chafee, RI Charles Grassley, IA Orrin Hatch, UT Alan Simpson, WY Larry Pressler, SD AIfonse D'Amato, NY Frank Murkowski, AK Democrats: (9) Daniel Patrick Moynihan, NY/Rkg.° Max Baucus, MT Bill Bradley, NJ David Pryor, AR John Rockeleller, WV John Breaux, LA Kent Conrad, ND Bob Graham. FL Carol Moseley-Braun, IL Don Nickles, OK "Ex officio members, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES (All Subcommittees function out of main o/lice) International Trade Republicans: Grassley/Chairman, Packwood, Roth, Hatch, Pressler, D'Amato, Murkowski Democrats: Moynihan/Ranking, Baucus, Bradley, Rockefeller, Breaux, Conrad, Graham Long-Term Growth, Debt and Deficit Reduction Republicans: PressledChairman, Simpson, D'Amalo, Murkowski Democrats: Pryor/F~nking, Bradley Medicaid and Health Care for Low-Income Families Republicans: Chelae/Chairman, Roth, Nickles Democrats: Graham/Ranking, Rockefeller, Moseley-Braun Medicare, Long-Term Care and Health Insurance Republicans: Dole/Chairman, Packwood, Chelae, Grassley, Hatch, Simpson Democrats: Rockefeller/Ranking, Baucus, Pryor, Conrad, Graham. Mosaley-Braun Social Security and Family Policy Republicans: Simpson/Chairrnan, Dole, Chafee, Nickles Democrats: Breaux/Ranking, Moynihan, Baucus, Moseley-Braun Taxation and IRS Oversight Republicans; Hatch/Chairman, Packwood, Roth, Dole, Grassley, Pressler, D'Amato, Murkowski, Nickles Democrats: Bradley/Ranking, Moynlhan, Pryor, Breaux, Conrad THE U.S. CONGRESS H.ANDEOGK 47 Ti30763308
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Senate Committees FOREIGN RELATIONS R: SD-450 D: SD-439 Ph: 224-4651 Ph: 224-3953 Fax: 224-0836 Staff Dir.: James W. Nance; Min. Staff D[r.: Edwin K. Hall Republicans: (10) Jesse Helms, NC/Chm.* Richard Lugar, IN Nancy Kassebaum0 KS Hank Brown, CO Paul Coverdell, GA Olympia Snowe, ME Fred Thompson, TN Craig Thomas, WY Rod Grams, MN Democrats: (8) jClaiborne Pell,,RI/Rkg." oseph Biden ,Jr., DE Paul Sarbanes, MD Christopher Dodd, CT John Kerry, MA Charles Robb0 VA Russell Feingold, WI Dianne Feinstein, CA ~l~:.:~ Republicans: (8) Witliam Roth, DE/Chin." ~= ~ Ted Stevens, AK William Cohen, ME Fred Thompson, TN ~ Thad Cochran, MS John Ashcmft, Me "Ex officio members, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES (All Subcommittees function out of main office) African Affairs Republicans; Kassebaum/Chairwoman, Snowe, Ashc~oft Democrats: Feingold/Ranking, Feinstein East Asian and Pacific Affairs Republicans: Thomas/Chairman, Lugar, Kassebaum, Coverdell, Grams Democrats: Robb/Ranking, Biden, Kerry, Feinstein European Affairs Republicans: Lugar/Chairman, Kassebaum, Brown, Snowed Thompson Democrats: Biden/Ranking, Pell, Sarbanes, Feingold International Economic Policy, Export and Trade Promotion Republicans: Thompson/Chairman, Thomas, Grams, Ashcroft Democrats: Sarbanes/Rankln9, Biden, Dodd International Operations Republicans: Snowe/Chairwoman, Helms, Brown, Coverdell, Ashcrolt Democrats: Kerry/Ranking, Pell, Dodd, Feingold Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs Republicans: Brown/Chairman, Snowe, Thompson, Thomas, Grams Democrats: Feinstein/Ranking, Sarbanes, Kerry, Robb Western Hemisphere and Peace Corps Affairs Republicans: Coverdell/Chairman, Helms, Lugar0 Thompson Democrats: Dodd/Ranking, Pall, Robb 0r9~5 THE U.~ CO~;GRESS HANDC>OOK Senate Committees GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS R: SD-340 D: SD-326 Ph: 224-4751 Ph: 224-2627 Fax: 224-9603 Staff Dir.: Frank Polk; Min Staff Dir: Dr. Leonard Weiss Democrats: (7) John G(enn, OH/Rkg.° Sam Nunn, GA Carl Levin, MI David Pr~or, AR Joseph L~eberman, CT Daniel K. Akaka, HI Charles Grassley, IA John McCain, AZ Byron Dorgan, ND Robert C. Smith, NH "Ex officio members, with vote, on a// subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES Investigations SR-100 Ph: 202-224-3721 Maj. Staff Dir.: Harold Damelin; Min. Counseh Eleanor Hill Republicans: Roth/Chairman, Stevens, Cohen, Thompson, Cochran, Grassley, McCain, Smith Democrats: Nunn/Ranking, Glenn, Levin, Pryor, Lieberman, Akaka, Dorgan Oversight of Government Management and the District of Columbia SH-432 Ph: 202-224-3682 Maj. Staff Dir.: Kim Corthell; Min. Staff Dir.: Linda Gustitus Republicans: Cohen~Chairman, Thompson, Cochran, Grassley, McCain Democrats: Levin/Ranking, Pryor, Lieberman, Akaka Post Office and Civil Service SH-601 Ph: 202-224-2254 Maj. Staff Dir.: Patricia Raymond; Min. Staff Dir.: Kimbedy Weaver Republicans: Stevens/Chairman, Cochran, McCaln, Smith Democrats: Pryor/Ranking, Akaka, Dorgan INDIAN AFFAIRS R: SH-838 Ph: 224-2251 Fax: 224-5429 Staff Dir.: Eric Eberhard; Min. Staff Dir.: Patricia Zell Republicans: ~_/Chm, John McCain, Frank Murkowski, AK Slade Gorton, WA Pete Domenici, NM Nancy Kassebaum KS Don Nickles, OK Craig Thomas, WY Ordn Hatch, UT Paul Coverdell, GA Democrats: (8) Daniel Inouyo, HIN.Chm. Kent Conrad, ND Harry Reid NV Paul Simon, IL Daniel Akaka, HI Paul Wellstone, MN Byron Dorgan, N_D . Ben Nighthorse Campbell, CO (No Subcommittees) ©1~J5 THE U.S. CO,'~GRESS HANDBOOK 49 T130763309
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Senate Committees JUDICIARY R: SD-224 D: SD-147 Ph: 224-5225 Ph: 224-7703 Fax: 224-9516 Chief Counseh Mark Disler; Staff Dir.: Manus Cooney; Min. Chief Counsel: Cynthia Hogan Republicans: (10) Orrin Hatch, UT/Chm°. Strata Thurmond, SC Democrats: (8) Joseph Biden J.r., DE/Rkg*. Edward Kenneay, MA .P.atrick Leahy, V'I Howell Hsflin, AL Paul Simon, IL Alan Simpson, WY Charles Grassley, IA Aden Specter, PA Hank Brown, CO Herbert Kohl WI Dianne Fe nste n, CA Fred Thompson, TN Jan Kyl, AZ Russell Feingold, Wl Mike DeWine, OH Spencer Abraham, MI °Ex officio members, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES Administrative Oversight and the Courts SH-325 Ph: 202-224-6736 Chief Counsel: Kolan Davis; Min. Counsel: Winston Left Republicans: Grassley/Chairman, Thurmond, Brown, DeWine Democrats: Heflin/Ranking, Kohl, Feingold Antitrust, Business Rights, and Competition SH-229 Ph: 202-224-9494 Chief Counsel." Thad Strom; Min. Counsel: Bruce Cohen Republicans: Thurmond/Chairman, Hatch, Specter, Simpson Democrats: Leahy/Ranking, Hellin, Feingold Constitution, Federalism, and Property Rights SD-164 Ph: 202-224-8081 Chief Counsel: Bennett Raley; Min. Counsel: Susan Kaplan Republicans: Brown/Chairman, Hatch, Kyl, DeWine, Abraham Democrats: Simon/Ranking, Kennedy, Feingold Immigration SH-807 Ph: 202-224-6098 Chief Counsel: Dick Day; Min. Counsel: Jeff Blattner Republicans: Simpson/Chairman, Grassley, Kyl, Specter Democrats: Kennedy/Ranking, Simon, Feinstein Terrorism,Technology and Government Information SD-161 Ph: 202-224-6791 Chief Counsel'. Richard Hertling: Min. Counsel: Jan Leibowitz Republicans: Specter/Chairman, Thompson, Abraham, Thurmond Democrats: Kohl/Ranking. Leahy, Feinstein Youth Violence SD-506 Ph: 202-224-1953 Chief Counsel: Mary Anne Carter; Min. Counsel: Cynthia Hogan Republicans: Thompson/Chairman, Hatch, Simpson Democrats: BiderVRanking. Kohl so ~5 THE U.R CONGRESS HANDSOOK Senate Committees LABOR AND HUMAN RESOURCES R: SD-428 D: SD-646 PI~: 224-6770 Ph: 224-5375 Fax: 224-6510 Staff Di[.: Susan Hattan; Min. Staff Dir.: Nick Littlefield Republicans: (9) Nancy Kassebaum, KS/Chin." James Jeffords, VT Dan Coats, IN Judd Gregg, NH Bill Frist, TN Mike DeWine, OH John Ashcrolt, MO Spencer Abraham, MI Slade Gorton, WA Democrats: (7) Edward Kennedy, MA/Rkg.* Claiborne Pell, RI Christopher Dodd, CT Paul Simon, iL Tom Harkin, IA Barbara Mikulski, MD Paul Wetlstone, MN officio members, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES Aging SH-615 Ph: 202-224-0136 Slaff Dir.: Kimbedy Spaulding; Min. Staff: Robin Lipner Republicans: Gregg/Chairman, Kassebaum, Coats, Ashcroft Democrats: Mikulski/Ranklng, Simon, Wellstone, Kennedy (ex officio) Children and the Families SH-625 Ph: 202-224-1133 Staff Dir.: Stephanie Monroe; Min. Staff: Diana Huffman Republicans: Coats/Chairman, Jeffords, DeWine, Ashcroft,'Abraham, Kassebaum (ex officio) Democrats: Dodd/Ranking, Pell, Harkln, Wellstone, Kennedy (ex officio) Disability Policy $D-422 ~ Ph: 202-224-7139 Staff Dir.: Patricia Morrissey; Min. Staff: Robert SIIverstein Republicans: Frist/Chairman, Jeffords, DeWine, Gorton, Kassebaum (ex officio) Democrats: Harkin/Ranking, Kennedy, Simon Education, Arts, and Humanities SD-648 Ph: 202-224-2962 Staff Dir.: Pare Devitt; Min. Staff: David Evans Republicans: Jeffords/Chairman Kassebaum, Coats, Gregg, Frist, DeW ne, Ashcroft, Abraham, Gorton Democrats: Pell/Ranking, Kennedy, Dodd, Simon, Harkin, Mikulski, Wellstone @1995 THE U.So CONGRESS HANDBO~K 51 T130763310
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Senate Committees RULES AND ADMINISTRATION R: SR-305 D: SR-479 Ph: 224-6352 Ph: 224-0278 Fax: 224-5400 Staff Dir.: AI McDermott; Min. Staff Dir.: James O. King Republicans: Ted Stevens, AK/Chm. Mark Hat|ield, OR Jesse Helms, NC John Warner, VA Robert Dole, KS Milch McConnell, KY Thad Cochran, MS Rick Santorum, PA Don Nickles, OK Democrats: (7) Wendell Ford, KWRkg. Claiborne Pall, R[ Robert Byrd, WV Daniel Inouye, HI Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Christopher Dodd, CT Dianne Feinstein, CA (No Subcommittees) SMALL BUSINESS D: SR-438 Ph: 224-5175 SR-428A Ph: 224-5175 Fax: 224-4885 Christopher Bond, MO/Chm. Larry Pressler, SD Conrad Burns, MT Pau~ Covardell, GA _Dir.k Kempthorne, ID Hooert Bennett, UT jKoahYnBwailey Hutchison, TX arner, VA Bill Frist TN O ympia Snowe, ME Staff Dir.: Louis Taylor; Min Staff Dir: John Ball Republicans: (10) Democrats: (9) Dale Bumpers, APJRkg. Sam Nunn, GA Carl Levin, MI Tom Harkin, IA jJohn K.erry, MA oe Lleoerman, CT Paul Wellstone, MN Howell Heflin, AL Frank Lautenberg, NJ (No Subcommittees) VETERANS' AFFAIRS D: SH-202 Ph: 224-2074 R: SR-414 Ph: 224-9126 Fax: 224-9575 Democrats: (5) John Rockefeller, WV/Rkg. Bob Graham, FL NY Daniel Akaka, HI Ben Nighthorse Campbell, CO Byron Dorgan, ND (No Subcommittees} Staff Dir.: Thomas Harvey; Min. Staff Dir.: James Gottlieb Republicans: (7) Alan Simpson, WY/Chm, Frank Murkowski, AK Aden Specter, PA Strom Thurmond, SC James Jeffords, Vl" Larry Craig, ID Hank Brown, CO Senate Select Committees Rwep.ublic_aps: (10) il~iam uonen ME/Chin. Larry Pressler, SD Charles Grassley, IA A.lan Sim, p.son, WY James ,~effords, VT Larry Craig, ID Conrad Burns, MT Richard Shelby, AL Rick Santorum, PA Fred Thompson, TN 52 015'~5 THE U.S~ CO, eGRESS HANDSOOK SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON AGING R: SO-G31 D: SH-628 Ph: 224-5364 Ph: 224-1467 Fax: 224-8660 Staff Dir.: Mary Gerwin; Min. Staff Dir.: Theresa M. Forster Democrats: (9 David Pryor, A~fRk9. John Glenn, OH Bill Bradley, NJ J. Bennett Johnston, LA John Breaux, LA Harry Reid, NV Herbert Kohl, WI Russell Feingol..d, WI Carol Moseley-uraun, IL ~- ~ ~ Staff Dir.: Victor Baird ~._ ,.~ Republic~ans: (3,,) Mitch Mc~onne,, KY/Chm. Robert C. Smith, NH ~ Larry Craig, ID SELECT COMMITTEE ON ETHICS SH-220 Ph: 224-298t Fax: 224-7416 Democrats: (3) Richard Bryan, NV/V.Chm. Barbara Mikulski, MD Byron Dorgan, ND ~ SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE ~ SH-211 / Ph: 224-1700 Fax: 224-1772 ~-~ Staff Dir.: Charles Battaglia; Min Staff Dir.: Christopher Straub Aden Specter, PA/Chm. Republicans: (9) Richard Lugar, IN .R.i.chard Shelby., AL MiKe DeWine, OH Jon Kyl, AZ James M. lnhofe, OK Kay Bailey Hutchison, TX Connie Mack, FL William Cohen, ME Bob Dole, KS, ex officio Democrats: (8) Robert Kerray, NEN.Chm. John Glenn, £)H _Richard .Bryan, NV uob Graham, FL ,John Kerry, MA Max Baucus, MT J. Bennett Johnston, LA Charles Robb, VA Thomas Daschle, SO, ex officio ~199~ THE U.S. CONGRESS H, a2:D~OOK 53 T130763311
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THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOCK House Leadership Republicans: 230 Democrats: 204 Independent: 1 A Representative must be at least 25 years old, a U.S. cilizen for at least seven years, and a resident of lhe state |n which he/she is elected. Every state has al least one who, generally, is elected every even-numbered year. -i'he Federal census determines each state's portion of 435 Representative seats, and each state legislature determines Congressional district boundaries in the state. THE LEADERSHIP Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-GA) Chief of Staff: Dan Meyer H-232 Majority Leader Richard Armey (R-T×) Chief of Staff: Kerry Knott H-327A MajorityWhip Tom DeLay (R-TX) Chiet of Staff: Ed Buckham H-107 Republican Conference Chairman John Boehner (R-OH) Chief of Staff: Barry Jackson 1010 LHOB Minority Leader Richard Gephardt (D-MO) Chief of Staff: Steve Elmendorf H-204 Minority Whip David Bonoir (D-MI) Chief of Staff Sara Dufendach H-307 Democratic Caucus Chairman Vic Fazio (D-CA) Chief of Staff: Monica Maples 2113 RHOB THE OFFICERS Clerk ~ Robin Hewlett Carle H-154 Sergeant at Arms Bill Livingood H- 124 Chief Administrative Officer Scot Faulkner H-112 Parliamentarian Charles Johnson H-209 Chaplain Rev. James D. Ford HB-25 Area Code 202 225-0600 225-4000 225-0197 225-5107 225-0100 225-3130 225-3210 225-7000 225-2456 225-6900 225-7373 225-2509 The House Office Buildings CHOB Cannon House Office Building First and Independence Ave., S.E. LHOB Longworth House Office Building New Jersey and Independence Avenues, S.E. RHOB Rayburn House Office Building S. Capitol Street & Independence Ave., S.E. OHOB (Annex I) O'Neill House Office Bu=ldin~ 300 New Jersey Avenue, S.E. FHOB (Annex !1) Ford House Office Building 300 D Street, S.W. H: House South side of Capitol Building THE U.S. CO,=~GRESS HA~%'DSb-'~,',~ 55 T130763312
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United States House Of Representatives 104th Congress-First Session* %=Percentage of vote member received in last election Unc.=Uncontested Nell Abercrombie (D-l-HI) 4thTerm 64% 1233 LHOB 202-225-2726 Fax: 202-225-4580 Biography: b. June 26: 1938, Buffalo, N¥. Educator: m. Nancie Caraway, union College. B.A.; U. of HI, M.A.. Ph.D; home, Honolulu District: 1st, Pop. 554,119; Maj. City. Honolulu; Offices, Honolulu (808)541.2570 Committees: National Security; Resources Aides: Adm., Patrick McCain; Exec. Asst., Cathy Mangino; Legis., Alan Yamamoto; Press, Michael Slackman Gary L. Ackerman (D-5-NY) 7thTerm 55% 2243 RHOB 202-225-2601 Fax:202-225-1589 Biography: b. Nov. 19 1942, Brooklyn, NY. Teacher, Advertising Exec.; Jewish; m. R ta Jewel, 3 chi dren; Queens, B.A.; home, Queens District: 5th, Pop. 580,337; Maj. City, NYC; Offices, Bayside (718)423-2154, Huntington (516)423-2154 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; International Relations Aides: Adm., Jedd Moskowitz; Legis., David Adams; Sec., Lisa Baranello; Press, Jordan Go,des L~Wayne Allard (R-4-CO)3rdTerm 72% 422CHOB 202-225-4676 Fax:202-225-8630 Biography: b. Dec. 2 1943, Fort Collins. CO, Veterinarian; Protestant; m. Joan Malcolm, 2 ch Idren; home, Loveland District: 4th, Pop. 549 070; Ma. Cities, Greetey, Fort Co ns; Offices, Greeley (303)351-7582, Fort Collins (303)493-9132, La Junta (719)384-7370 Committees: Agriculture; Budget; Resources Aides: Adm., ROy Palmer; Legis., John Carson; Sec., Gwen Landwehr; Press, Sean Conway Robert E. Andrews (D-1-NJ) 4thTerm 72% 2439 RHOB 202-225-6501 Fax: 202-225-6583 Biography: b. Aug. 4, 1957, Camden, N J, Attorney, Law Professor; Episcopalian; Single, Bucknell, B.A.; Cornell, J.D.; home, Bellmawr D!strict: 1st Pop. 594_.,630; Ma.j. Cities, Camden. woodbury; Off cos, ~omerdale (609)627-9000, Woodbury (609)848-3900 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; International Relations Aides: Adm., Ted Long; Legis., Drew Ades; Ofc. Mgr, Ehzabeth Clark; Press. Jeff Steen "Room and Fax numbers subject to change by members 56 ~ l.q95 THE U.S. CONGRESS HAtVDBOE~K Representatives Bill Archer (R-7-TX) 13thTerm Unc. 1236 LHOB 202-225-2571 Fax: 202-225-4381 Biogra..ph¥: b. Mar. 22 t928. Houston.'fX, Attorney;, CatSohc; m. Sharon Sawyer, 7 children; U. oP TX, B.BA., EL.B.; AF, Korea: home. Houston District: 7th, Pop. 566,217; Maj. City, Houston (Western); Offices, Houston (713)467-7493 Committees: Ways and Means/Chairman; Joint Taxation/Chin. Aides: Adm., Don Carlson; Legis., Frank Hampton; Sec., Linda Rgura; Press, Tom Hoopes ~Richard K. Armey (R-26-TX) 6thTerm 76% 301 CHOB 202-225-7772 Fax: 202-225-7614 Biography: b. July 7, 1940, Cando, ND, Economist; Presbyterian; m. Susan Byrd. 5 children; Jamestown. B.A.; U. of ND, M.A., U. of OK, Ph.D.; home, Copper Canyon _District: 26th Pop. 566,217; Mal. Cities, Irving, Denton; Office~. Irving (214)556-2500 Committees: Majority Leader Aides: Adm., Doug Koopman; Legis., Gaylend Barksdale; Sec., Leah Levy; Press, Ed Gillespie SpencerT. Bachus, III (R-6-AL) 2ndTerm 79% 127CHOB 202-225-4921 Fax:202-225-2082 Biography: b. Dec. 28, 1947. Birmingham, AL, Attorney; Baptist; Divorced. 3 children; Auburn U., B.A.; U. of AL, LL.D.; home, Birmingham District: 6th, Pop. 577,226: Maj. Cities, Birmingham, Hoover; Offices, Northport (205)333-9894. Birmingham (205)969-2296 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Transportation and Infrastructure; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm., Jennifer Oldham; Legis., Win Yurby; Sec., Gerry Cashin; Press, Will McCarty ~ Scotty Baesler (D-6-KY) 2ndTerm 69% 113CHOB 202-225-4706 Fax:202-225-2122 Biography: b. July 9, 1941, Athens. KY, Attorney, Mayor; Christian; m. Alice Woods, 2 children; U. of KY, B.S., J.D.; home, Lexington District: 6th, Pop. 614,208; Maj. Cities, Lexington, Frankfort; Offices, Lexington (606)253-1124 Committees: Agriculture; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm.. Chuck Adams; Legis., Cheryl Brownell; Sec., Sharyn Atexander; Press, John Townsend Bill Baker (R-10-CA) 2ndTerm 59% 1724 LHOB 202-225-1880 Fax: 202-225-2150 Biography: b. June 14,1940, Oakland, CA, Educator; Catholic; mo Joanne, 4 children; San Jose State U., B.S.; Coast Guard '57-'65; home, Danville DWaiS.trict: 10!h, ,P.,op. 5.7,2.,008; Maj. Cities, Antioch, lnut CreeK; unlces, walnut Creek (510)932-8899. Dublin (510)829-0813 Committees: Science; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Aclm.. B~II Wichterman; Legis., Chris Carter; Sec, Barbara Castagna: Press. Rob Schwarzwalder ~5 THE U.S~ CONGRESS HA~#D~E)OK 57 T130763313
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Representatives ~Ri_chard~L Baker-(R-6-LA)5thTer m Unco 434 CHOB 202o225~3901 Fax: 202-225-7313 Biography: b. May. 2.2, 194..8, New Orleans. LA, Realtor; Methodist;, m. ~aren ~arpenter, z children- L.S.U.. B.A.; home, Baton Rouge " Disld¢t: 6th, PoI:}. 602,854; Maj. Cities. Baton Rouge, Alexandria; Offices, Baton Rouge (504)929-77~[1, Alexandria (318)445-5504 Committees: Agriculture; Banking and Financial Services Aides: Adm., Christy Casteel; Sac., Lynn Ann Kirk; Press, Caroline Owen John E. Balda¢¢i (D-2-ME) l stTerm 45% 1740 LHOB 202-225-6306 Fax: 202-225-2943 Biography: b. Jan. 30,1955, Bangor, ME, Restaurant Owner; Catholic; m. Karen Weston, 1 child: U. of ME, B.A.; home, Bangor ~lstrict: 2rid, Pop~ 591,442; Maj. Cities, Lewiston, angor; Offices, ~angor (207)942-6935, Lewiston (207)782-3704, Presque Isle (207)764-1036 Committees: Agriculture Aides: Adm.-Legis., Larry Benoit; Pets, Sec., Kristi Garland; Sec.-Press, Doug Dunbar ~Cass Ballenger (R-IO-NC) 5thTerm 72% 2238 RHOB 202-225-2576 Fax: 202-225-0316 Biography: b. Dec. 6, 1926, Hickory, NC, Plastics Pkg. Co. Pres.; Episcopalian; m. Donna Davis, 3 children; Amherst, B.A.; Navy '44-'45; home, Hickory District: 10th, Pop. 552,386; Maj. Cities, Lincolntown, Hickory; Offices, Hickory (704)327-6100, Clemmons (919)766-9455 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; International Relations Aides: Adm.-Press, Patrick Murphy: Legis., Ashley Rehr; Sec., Mary McLarty James A. Barcia (D-5-MI) 2ndTerm 65% 1410 LHOB 202-225-8171 Fax: 202-225-2168 Biography: b. Feb. 25, 1952, Bay City, MI, State Senator; Catholic; m. Single, Saginaw Valley State, B.A.; home, Bay City District: 5th Pop. 580,956" Maj. Cities, Saginaw, ~ay City; Office'S, Saginaw (,~17)754-6075, Bay t..ity (517)667-0003, Rushing (517)732-7501 Committees: Science; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm., Roger Szemraj; Legis., John Ferrera; Sec., Carisa Henze; Press, Laura Yentema Bob Barr (R-7-GA) lstTerm 52°/, 1607 LHOB 202-225-2931 Fax: 202-225-2944 Biography: b. Nov. 5, 1948, Iowa City, IA. Attorney, U.S. Attorney; Methodist; m. Jeri Riley, 4 children; U. of Southern CA, B.A., George Washington U., M.A.; Georgetown U., J.D.; home, Smyrna District: 7th, Pop. 586,071; Maj. Cities, Marietta, Rome; Offices, Marietta (404)429-1776, Rome (404)290-1776, LaGrange (706)812-1776 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Judiciary; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Chief of Staff. Dan Levinson; Adm-Sched.o Jeffrey Breedtove; Exe¢ Asst., John Taylor; Legis.-Press. Carter Cornick Representatives - Bill Barrett (R-3-NE) 3rdTerm 79% 1213 LHO8 202-225-6435 Fax: 202-225-0207 ~iography:..b..F~eb...9, ~929. Lexington.~,Nl~, surance, Heal ~-sza[e; ~'res~yterian; m. ~-~sle Carlson, 4 children; Hastings College, B.A.; home. Lexington S~istdct: 3t'_d,_P.qp. 525,.521; .Mai. Cities, Grand Island. Cottsbluff;, Offices, L~rano Island (308)381-5555, Scottsbluff (308)632-3333 Committees: Agriculture; Economic and Educational Opportunities Aides: Adm.-Legis., Jeri Finke; Sec., Anna Castner; Press, Julie Ryan Thomas M. Barrett (D-5-WI) 2ndTerm 62% 1224 LHOB 202-225-3571 Fax: 202-225-2185 Biography: b. Dec. 8 1953, Milwaukee,WI, Attorney; Catholic; m. Kristine, 2 children; U. of Wl, B.A., J.O.; home, Milwaukee District: 5th, Pop. 545,816; Maj. City, Milwaukee; Offices, MilwauKee (414)297-1331 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Government Reform and Oversight Aides: Adm.-Press, Janet Piraino; Legis., Sharon Robinson; Sec., Jan Miller Roscoe G. Bartlett (R-6-MD) 2ndTerm 66% 322 CHOB 202-225-2721 Fax: 202-225-2193 Biography: b. June 3 1926, Moreland KY, Engineer, Professor; 7th Day Adventist; m. Ellen, 10 chili:lren: Columbia College, B.S.; U. of MD, M.S., U. of MD., Ph.D.; home, Frederick ~.llstrlct: 6th, P-.gP. 597.,688; Maj. CitieS, Frederick, agerstown; uffices, Hagerstown (301)797-6043. Frederick (301)694-3030, Westminster (410)857- 1115 Committees: National Security; Science; Small Business Aides: Adm., Joe Karpinski; Legis., Elise Finley; Sec., Micki Hamilton; Press, Shed Jacqbus Joe Barton (R-6-TX) 6thTerm 76% 2264 RHOB 202-225-2002 Fax: 202-225-3052 Biography: b.Sep 15, 1949, Waoo TX, Engineering Consultant; Methodist; m. Janet Winslow, 3 chi dren; Texas A&M, B.S.; Purdue, M.S.; home, Ennis Dlstrict:_6th,. Pop. 566,217: Mai. City Ft. Worth; Offices, Ft. Worth (817)543-1000. Enni~ (817)543- 1000 erce Science : ~llles~e Leg,s Beth Hall Seo Shade Metze Press Charles F. Bass (R-2-NH) lstTerm 51% 1728 LHOB 202-225-5206 Fax: 202-225-2946 Biography: b. Jan. 8, 1952, Boston, MA, Amhitectural Products, Exec.; Episcopalian; m. Lisa Levesque, 2 children; Dartmouth College, A.B.; home, Peterborough Dlstd¢t: 2nd. Pop.. 554 892; Mai. Cities. Nashua. Concord; Offices, Conc~'rd (603)226-0249 Committees: Budget; Government Reform and Oversight Aides: Adm., Suzanne Hellman; Legis.. Beth Lang; Sec., Annette O'Connor; Press, Brian Sanscni @ISE.S THE U.S. COJVGRESS HA.~D~K 5g Ti3076331
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Representatives" Rerbert H. Bateman (R-I-VA) 7thTerm 74% 2350 RHOB 202-225-4261 Fax: 202-225-4382 Biography: b. Aug: 70 1928, Elizabeth City, NC, Attorney; m. Laura Yacobi, 2 children; William & Mary. B.A.; Georgetown U., J.D.: Air Force'51-'53; home, Newport News District; 1st. Pop. 562,75_8; Mat'. City, Newport News; Offices, Newport News (804)873-1132. Fredericksburg (703)89S-2975. Accomac (804)787-7836 Committees: National Security; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides; Adm.-Press, Daniel Scandling; Legis,, Peter Kirkham; Sac., Peggy Hear ~Xavier Becerra (D-30-CA) 2ndTerm 66% 1119 LHOB 202-225-6235 Fax: 202-225-2202 Biography: b. Jan. 26, 1958, Sacramento CA, Attorney; Catholic; m. Carolina Reyes, 1 child; Stanford U., B.A., J.D.; home, Los Angeles ~i.s.trict:.30th. Pop.. 572 538 Mai. City, Los Angeles; u~ cos, Los ~nge~es (2~3)550-8962 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; Judiciary Aides: Adm., Kriste Atteberry; Legis., David Kim; Sec., Nekea Brown; Press, Estella Mendoza ~Anthony C. Beilenson (D-24-CA) 10thTerm 49% 2465 LHOB 202-225-5911 Fax: 202-225-0092 Biography: b. Oct. 26, 1932, New Rochelle NY, Attorney; Jewish; m. Dolores Martin, 3 oh dren; Harvard, A.B., LL.B.; home, Woodland Hills Blstrlct: 24th Po~, 572 563" Mai, City W. San Femando Vall~'y; Offices, ~oo~land Hills (818)999- 1990, Thousand Oaks (805)496-4333 Committees: Rules Aides: Adm., Janet Faulstich; Legis.. Melissa Kuckro; Scheduler, Erik Nasarenko; Press, Kaye Davis ~Ken Bentsen (D-25oTX) lstTerm 52% 128 CHOB 202-225-7508 Fax: 202-225-2947 Biography: b. June 3, 1959, Houston, "iX, Investment Banker: Presbyterian; m. Tamra Keihn, 2 children; U. of" St. Thomas, B.A.; American U., M.P.A.; home, Houston ~District: 25t..h.~ Pop..566,217; Mai. Cities, Houston, vasadena; ut~icas, Houston (713}229-2244 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Small Business Aides: Adm.-Press, Samantha Smoot; Legis., Bradley EdGell; Sac., Brenda O'Lenick Douglas K. Bereuter (R-1-NE) 9thTerrn 63% 2348 RHOB 202-225`4806 Fax: 202o226-1148 Biography: b. Oct. 6 1939 York NE. City Planner; Lutheran: m. Louise Meyer, ~ chil~'ren; U. SINE, B.A.; Harvard, M.C.P., M.P.A.; Army '63-'65; home, Lincoln District: 1st PoD. 526 297- Maj. City Lincoln' Offices, Lincoln (40})438-159~, Fr'~mont (~(~2)727-~888 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; International Relations Aides: Adm. Susan Olson; Legis.. Pare Johnson; Sac., Marcia Smilh; P~ess. Carol Lawrence SO ~I.q$5 THE U,S. CO.~#GRC~SS HA~'DSC~K Representatives Howard L. Berman (D-26-CA) 7th Term 83% 2231 RHOB 202-225-4695 Fax:202-225-5279 Biography: b. Apr. 15, 1941, Los Angeles. CA. Attorney; Jev,~sh; m. Janis Barman. 2 children; U. of CAlL.A.), B.A., J.D.; home, Panorama City District: 26th. Pop. 571,523; Maj. C_ities, Los Angeles. Mission Hills; Offices, Panorama City (818)891-0543 Committees: Internatiena~ Relations; Judiciary Aides: Adm,, Gone Smith; Legis., Bad Schwartz; Sac., Nancy Milburn: Press, Gone Smith Tom Bevill (D-4-AL) 15thTerm Unc. 2302RHO1~ 202-225-4876 Fax:202-225-1604 Biography; b. Mar. 27, 1921, Townley, AL, Attorney; Baptist; m. Lou E~etts, 3 children;U, orAL, B.S., LL.B; Army, WWII; home, Jasper District: 4th Pop. 577,227; Maj. City Gadsden; Offices, GadSden (205)546-0201, Jasper (205)221- 2310, Culiman (205)734-6043 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm., Don Smith; Legis., Claudia Wear; Sac,, Margaret Ann Corbett; Press, Olivia Barton Brian Bilbray (R-49-CA) lstTerm 49% 1004 LHOB 202-225-2040 Fax: 202-225-2948 B(ograFhy: b. Jan, 28, 1951, Coronado CA County Superv=sor; Catholic; m. Koran Walker, 5 children; home, San Diego CD strict; 49th, Pop. 573,362; Maj. Cities, San Diego, oronado; Off cos, San Diego (619)291-1430 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm., John Woodard; Legis., Dave Schroeder; Sec., Cheryl Harris; Press, Melissa Dolloghan Michael Bilirakis (R-9-FL) 7thTerm Unc, 2240 RHOB 202-225-5755 Fax: 202-225-4085 Biography_: b. July 16, 1930, Tarpon Springs, FL. Attorney, Restaurant Owner; Greek Orthodox; m. Evelyn Miaoulis, 2 children; U. of Pittsburgh, B.S.; U. of FL, J.D.: Air Force, '51-'55; home, Palm Harbor District: 9th, Pop. 562,518: Maj. City, Clearwater; Offices, Clearwater (813)441-3721, I~and O' Lakes (.813)996-7441 Committees: Commerce; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm., Bob Mayors; Legis., Pattie DeLoatche; Sec., Doug Menorca; P~ess, Todd T~ten ~Sanford D. Bishop, Jr. (D-2-GA) 2ndTerm 66% 1632 LHOE~ 202-225-3631 Fax: 202-225-2203 Biography: b. Feb. 4, 1947, Mobile, AL, Attorney; Baptist; D~vorced, Morehouse Coll., B.A.; Emery U., J.D.; home, Columbus District; 2nd Pop_. 591,707" Me). Cities. Columbus, Macon; Offi~'es, Albany (9{2)439-8067, Columbus (706)323-6894, Macon (912)741-2221 Committees: Agriculture; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm.. Nadine Chatman; Legiso Theresa Cooper; Scheduler, Cathy Parker. Press, Thomas C. Sm'z~ ~199~ THE U.S, COI*.~GRESS HA~;DBOGK 61 T!30763315
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Representatives Thomas,:t. Bliley, Jr. (R-7-VA) 8thTerm ~4% 2241RHOB 202-225-2815 Fax:202-22,5--O011 Biography: b, Jan, 28, 1932, Chesterfield Co VA Funeral D=rector; Catholic; m. Mary Virginia Kelley, ~; children; Georgetown, B.A.; Navy, '52-'55; home, Richmond District: 7th, Pop. 562.643: Maj. City, Richmond; Offices. Richmond (804)771-2809, Culpeper (703)825-8960 Committees: Commerce/Chairman Aides: Adm., Linda Pedigo; Legis., Brant Dot Monte; Sac.. Linda Pedigo; Press. Charlie Boesel ~Peter I. Blute (R-3-MA) 2ndTerm 55% 1029 LHOB 202-225-6101 Fax: 202-225-2217 Biography: b. Jan. 26, 1956 Worcester MA State Representative; Cathol c; m. R~berta, Boston College, B.A.; home, Shrewsbury District: 3rd Pop. 601,642" MaL Cities. Worcester, Fall River; ~ffices, Worce~'ter (.508)752-6789, Fall River (508)675-3400, Attleboro (508)223-3100 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm.-Legis., Matthew'l'rant; Scheduler., Michael Gahan; Press, Robert Gray Sherwood L. Boehlert (R-23-NY) 7thTerm 70% 2246 RHOB 202-225-3665 Fax: 202-225-1891 Biography: b. Sop. 28 1936, Utica NY, Public Relations; Catholic m. Marianne Willey, 4 children Ut ca, B.S.; Army, 56- 58; home, New Hartford ~istdct: 23rd, Pop. 580 337" Maj. City, Utica" Offices, tica (315)793-8146 ' ' ' Committees: Science; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Chief of Staff-Le~is. Dean Patrick D'Amore; Scheduler, Margaret Moore; Press, S obhan'Dugan John A. Boehner (R-8-OH) 3rdTerm Unc. 1009 LHOB 202-225-6205 Fax: 202-225-0704 Biography: b. Nov. 17 1949 Cincinnati OH. Plastic/ PacEaging Sales; Catholic; m. Deborah Gunlack 2 children; Xavier U,, B.S.; home, West Chester District: 8th Pop. 570 901" Maj. Cites Harni ton Troy Offices. Har~ilton (51 ~)89~-60~3, Tro~,'(513)339-' 1524 Committees: Agriculture" House Oversight" Republican Conference/ Chairman ' ' Aides: Adm., Bob Shellhaus; Legis., John Fish; Scheduler, Sue Clark; Press. John Czwartacki ~Henry Bonilla (R-23-TX) 2ndTerm 62% 1427 LHOB 202-225-4511 Fax: 202-225-2237 Biography: b. Jan. 2 1954 San Antonio "IX "iN News Proc]ucer; Baptist; r~'. DebOrah Knapp, ~ c~ildren; U. of TX, BJ.; home, San Antonio District: 23rd PoD. 566 217- Maj. Cities Laredo San Antonio; Offices. ~.ared~ (21t~)726-46821 San Anionio (210)697-9055. Del Rio (210)774-6547 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm. Steve Ruhten; Legis.. Marc Lubin; Sec. Christine Peflenn; P-ass, Alhson Broumle Griffin 62 ©1995 THE U,S, CO~%~GRESS H,M#DBOOK Representatives David E. Bonior (D-10-MI) 10thTerm 62% 2207RHOB 202-225o2106 Fax:202-226-1169 Biography: b. June 6. 1945. Detroit, MI, Probation Officer; Catholic: m. Judy Briggs, 3 children; U. of IA, B.A.; Chapman College, M.A.; Air Force, '68-'72; home, Mr. Clemens District: 10th, Pop. 580,956; Maj. City, ML Clemens; Offices, Mt.Clemens (313)469-3232, Port Huron (313)987-8889 Committees: Minority Whip Aides: Adm.. Sarah Dufendach; Legis., Erich Pfuehler; Pars. Sac., Paula Short; Press, Gretchen Kline Sonny Bono (R-44-CA) lstTerm s6% 512 CHOB 202-225-5330 Fax: 202-225-2961 Biography: b. Feb. 16, 1935, Detroit, MI, Mayor, Palm Springs, Entertainer, Businessman; Catholic; m. Mary" Whitaker, 2 children: home, Palm Springs District: 4..4th, Po~. 571,583; Maj. Cities~, Palm Springs, Moreno Valley; Offices, Palm ~prings (619)320-1076 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Judiciary Aides: Adm., Brian Nestande; Legis., Curt Ho~lmann; Exec. Asst., Beverly Swain; Press, Frank Cullen Robert A. Borski (D-3-PA) 7th Term 63% 2182 RHOB 202-225-8251 Fax: 202-225-4628 Biography: b. Oct. 20, 1948, Philadelphia, PA, Stockbroker; Catholic; m. Karen Lloyd, 5 children; U. of Baltimore, B.A.; home, Philadelphia District: 3rd Po~. 565 866" Maj. City Philadelph, ia" Offices, Philadelphia ('~151335-33~'~', Philadelpni~, (215)426-4616 Committees: Transportation and infrastructure Aides: Adm., Alan Slomowitz; Legis., Mark Vieth; Sac., Danielle Pettine; Press, Karen Peck t Rick Boucher (D-9-VA) 7thTerm 59% 2245 RHOB 202-225-3861 Fax: 202-226-0442 Biography: b. Aug. 1 1946, Abingdon, VA, Attorney; Methodist; Single, Roanoke Co ego, B.A.; U. of VA, J.D.; home, Abingdon District: 9th Pop. 562,380; Maj. City, B..ristol;Offices, Abingdon (~03)628-1145, Big Stone ~,ap (703)523- 5450, Pulaski (703)980-4310 Committees: Commerce; Judiciary Aides: Adm., Andy Wright; Legis., Mary Beth Swetnam; Sec., Adrian Donato; Press, Joe Shoemaker Bill Brewster (D-3-OK) 3rdTerm 74% 1727 LHOB 202-225-4565 Fax: 202-225-9029 Biography: b. Nov. 8, 1941, Ardmore, OK, Pharmacist Rancher; Baptist; m. Suzie Nelson, 1 child; SW OK State, B.S.; home, Mar etta Distrlct: 3rd, Pop. 526,154; Mai. Cities, Ada, Stillwater; Offices, Ada (405)436-1980, Stillwater (405)743-1400. Ardmore (405)226-6300 Committees: Transportation and infrastructure Aides: Adm., Patrick Raffaniello; Legis., Leslie BeIcher; Sac., Stephanie Stiegler; Press. Colin Chapman ~t~995 T~E U.So CONGRESS HAt',~O,~OQK 63 T13OTb--'3316
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Representatives ~Gien Browder (D-3-AL) 4thTerm 64% 2344 RHOB 202-225-3281 Fax: 202-225-9020 Biography: b.Jan. 15. 1943, Sumter, SC Professor, See. of State/AL; Method st; m. Sarah Rebecca Moore, 1 child; Presbyteria~ COItr, B.A.; Emory, M.A.. Ph-D.; homo. Jacksonville District: 3rd Pep. 577 227; Maj. C ties, Anniston Auburn; OffiCes. Ann ston (205)236-5655. Opelik~a" (205)745-6222, Tuskegee (205)727-6490 Committees: Budget; National Security Aides: Adm.-Press, Robert McNeil; Legis., David Plunkett; Sac., Debby McBride Corrine Brown (D-3-FL) 2ndTerm 5s% 1610LHOB 202-225-0123 Fax:202-225-2256 Biography: b. Nov. 11, 1946. Jacksonvi le. FL, College Counselor; Baptist; Divorced, 1 child U. of FL, B.S.; home, Jacksonvi e District: 3rd, Pop. 562 519" Maj. City, Jacksonvil e; Offices, Jacksonville (9~4}~'98-8567 Committees: Transportation and Infrastructure; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm.-Press, Ronnie Simmons; Legis., Joyce Rogers; Sac., Darla Smallwood George E. Brown, Jr. (D-42-CA) 16thTerm* 51% 2300RHOB 202-225-6161 Fax: 202-225-8671 Biography: b. Mar. 6 1920, Holtvil e, CA, Mgt. Consultant: Methodist; ~. Maria Macias, 4 children; U.of CA(L.A.), B.A.; Army, '44-'46; home, San Bernardino District: 42th, Pop 571 844' Mai Cities Colton Riverside; Offices, Co ton (909)825-2472, Ri~ersi~le (7"14)686~3~63 ' Committees: Agriculture; Science/Ranking Aides: Adm.-Legis., Bil Grady; Sac, Ruth Hogue; Press, Joel Leonard "E ec. 1963-'71; re-elected 1973. • Sherrod Brown (D-13-OH) 2ndTerm 49% 1019 LHOB 202-225-3401 Fax: 202-225-2266 Biography: b. Nov. 9 1952 Mansfield OH Professor, OHSecretary of Stat~; DivOrced, 2 c~ildr~n; Yale U., B.A.; OH State U., M.Ed., M.P.A.; home. Lorain District: 13th PoD. 570 894' Maj City Newton Falls; Offices, Lorai~ (216)93~-51(J0 El~ria (~16)722-9262, Middlefield (216)632-5913 Committees: Commerce; International Relations Aides: Adm.-Legis., Rhod Shaw; Scheduler, Ron Orlando; Press, Steve Fought Sam Brownback (R-2-KS) lstTerm 66% 1313 LHOB 202-225-6601 Fax: 202-225-2983 Biography: b. Sep. 12 1956 Garnet/. KS Attorney; Methodist; m. Mary StaUffer, ~'children: Kansas State U., B.S, U. of KS, J.D.; home Topeka District: 2nd Pop=. 619 391' Maj. Cities, Topeka, Pittsburg: OffiCes, Topek~ (91'3)233-2503 Committees: Budget; International Relations; Small Business Aides: Adm., T~m McGivern: Legis., Paul Ryan; See.. Carole AngIe; P~ess, Jackie McClaskey 64 ~r~95 THE U.S, CONGRESS HAJ',~DSOOK Representatives Ed Bryant (R-7-TN) lstTerm 60% 1516 LHOB 202-225-2811 Fax: 202-225-2989 Biography: b. Sop. 7, 1948, Jackson, TN. Attorney, U.S. Attorney; m. Cynthia Lemons, 3 children; U. of MS, B.A_; U. of MS, d.D.;Army 'g1-'93; home, Henderson Ols~ct: 7th. Pop. 565~7.30; k.~aj. Cities, Memphis ClarKsville; Offices, Memphis (901)382-5811~ Clarksville (615)552-4406 Committees: Agriculture; Judiciary Aides: Adm., RK. Rehbein; Legis., Mark Johnson; Ofc. Mgr., Polly Payne; Press, Justin Hunter John Bryant (D-5-TX) 7thTerm 60% 2330 RHOB 202-225-2231 Fax: 202-225-0327 Biography: b. Feb. 22, 1947, Lake Jackson, TX, Attorney; Methodist; m. Janet Watts, 3 children; S.M.U.. B.A., J.D.; home, Dallas District: 5th PoD. 566,217: Mai. City, Dallas (SE); Offices, Dall~,s (214)767-6554 Committees: Commerce; Judiciary Aides: Adm., Randy White; Legis., Barbara Crapa; See., Carol Jordan; Press, Carlton Carl ~Jim Bunn (R-S-OR) lstTerm 50% 1517 LHOB 202-225-5711 Fax: 202-225-2994 ~lograp~hy: b. Dec. 12, 1956, Mc~Minn, vill.e, OR, ~-armer; ~nurch of the Nazarene; m. ~inoy Mushier, 5 children; Northwest Nazarene Coll., B.A.; home, Salem Dletrict: 5th Pop. 568 466" Maj. City, Salem; Offices, Sa em (503)588-9100' ' Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm., Sonja Bates; Legis., Susan Siemietkowski; See., Tracey La Turner; Press, Fritz Wenzel ~Jim Bunning (R-4-KY) 5thTerm 74% 2437 RHOB 202-225-3465 Fax: 202-225-0003 Biography: b. Oct. 23, 1931, Campbell County, KY, ProBasketball Player; Catholic; m. Mary Catherine Theis, 9 children; Xavier U., B.S.: home, Southgate District: 4th, Pop._6.14,077; Maj. Cities, Ft. Wright,. Ashland; Olfices, Ft.Wright (606)341-2602, Ash~ana (606)325-9898, LaGrange (502)222-2188 Committees: Budget; Ways and Means .A, ides: Adm.-Press, David York; Legis., Jon Deuser; Scheduler, Joan Manning Richard M. Burr (R-5-NC) lstTerrn 57% 1431 LHOB 202-225-2071 Fax: 202-225-2995 Biography: b. Nov. 30, 1955. Charlottesville. VA, Sales Manager; Presbyterian; m. Brooke Fauth, 2 children; Wake Forest U., B.A.; home. Winston-Salem District: 5th Pop. 552 386- Mai. City Winston-Salem; Offices, Wi~'~ton-Sale~ (9~10)631-~25 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm., Jim Doman; Legis.. Doug Bassett: Sec.-Press, Alicia Peterson ~IB~5 TI-~E U.S. CONGRESS I-~J*~OBOOK ~5 T130763317
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Representatives "~ Dan Burton (R-6'lN)7thTerm 77% 2411 RHOB 202-225-2276 Fax: 202-225-0016 Biography: b. June 21, 1938, !ndiana.polis, IN, Insurance/Real Estate; m. Barbara LOgan. a children: Army. '56-'57; home, Indianapolis District: 6th, Pop. 554.416; Mai. City, Indianapolis. Offices. indianapolis (317)848-0201, Greenwoo~ (317)682-3640 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; International Relations Aides; Adm., Kevin Binger; Legis., Scott Feeney; Scheduler, Leah Tclson; Press, Kevin Long ~Steve Buyer (R-5-1N) 2ndTerm 70% 326 CHOB 202-225-5037 Fax: Not Public Biography: b. Nov, 26,1958, Rensselaer, IN, Attorney, Deputy Attorney General; Methodist; m. Joni Geyer, 2 children; The Citadel, B.S.; Valparaiso U.. J.D.; Army Rsv.'80-present; home, Monticello District: 5th, PoD. 554 415" Maj. CitE Kokomo Offices, Kokomo (317)45;1'-755'1, Mont cell6 (219)583- 9819 Committees: Judiciary; National Security; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Chief of Staff, Kelly Craven; Legis. Myma Dugan; Scheduler, Evelyn Green; Press, Pat Hinton Sonny Callahan (R-1-AL) 6thTerm 67% 2418 RHOB 202-225-4931 Fax: 202-225-0562 Biography: b. Sep. 11, 1932, Mobile, AL, Storage Co.Executive; Catholic; m. Karen Reed, 6 children; Navy, '52-'54; home, Mobile Distr!ct: 1st,Pop. 577,226; Maj. City, Mobile; Offices, Mobile (205)690-2811 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Chief of Staff-Press, Jo Bonnet; Legis., NancyTippins; Sec., Helen Vulevich Ken Calvert (R-43-CA) 2ndTerm 55% 1034 LHOB 202-225-1966 Fax: 202-225-2004 Biography: b. June 8, 1953, Corona, CA, Real Estate Co. President; Single, San Diego St. U., B.A.; home, Corona District: 43th Pop, 571,231" Maj. City, Riverside; Offices, RiverSide (909)784-4~00 Committees: Agriculture; Resources; Science Aides: Adm., Ed Slevin; Legis., Dave Ramey; Sec., Linda Ulrich; Press, Lee Raudonis Dave Camp (R-4-Mi) 3rdTerm 73% 137 CHOB 202-225-3561 Fax: 202-225-9679 Biography: b. July 9 1953 Midland MI, Attorney, Congress=onal Aide, CatholiC; Single, ~,lbion Col ege, B.A.; U. of CA-San Diego, J.D.: home, Midland DIs~'ict: 4th PoD. 580 956; Maj. City, Midland; Offices, Mid and (517)631-25~2, Houghto~ Lake (517)366- 4922, Owosso (517)723-6759 Committees: Ways and Means Aides: Adm., John Guzik: Legis., Elizabeth Harkins; Sec., Gloria Keller; Press, Gregg St. Claire 019g:5 THE U.S- CONGRESS HAND~O(2K Representatives Charles T. Canady (R-12-FL) 2ndTerm 65% 1222 LHOB 202-225-1252 Fax: 202-225-2279 Biography: b.June 22, 1954. Lakeland, FL. Attorney; Pres-bytenan;m.Single, Haverford College. B.A.;Yale U.. J.D.; home, Laketand District: 12th. PoD. 562,519; Maj. City. Lakeland; Offices, Lakeland (813)688-2651 Committees: Agriculture; Judiciary Aides: Adm.-Legis., Tracey St. Pierre; Sec., Athena Buonome Benjamin L. Cardin (D-3-MO) 5thTerm 71% 104CHOB 202-225-4016 Fax: 202-225-9219 Biography: b. Oct. 5, 1943. Baltimore, MD, Attorney; Jewish; m. Myrna Edelman, 2 children; U. of Pittsburgh, B.A.; U. of MD, LL.B.; home, Baltimore District: 3rd Pop. 597,461; Maj. City, Baltimore; Offices, Baltimore (410)433-8886 Committees: Ways and Means Aldes: Adm., David Koshgarian; Legis., Christopher Lynch: See., Amy Daiger; Press, Susan Sutlam Michael N. Castle (R-At Large-DE) 2ndTerm 71% 1207LHOB 202-225-4165 Fax:202-225-2291 Biography: b. July 2 1939, Wilmington, DE, Attorney, Gov-DE; Catholic; m. Jane, Ham ItCh College, B.S.; Georgetown U., J.D.; home, Wilmington District: At Large, Pop. 6.6_6..,168; Maj. Cities, Wilmington, Dover; Offices, wilmington (302)428- 1902, Dover (302)736-1666 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Economic and Educational Opportunities: Select Intelligence Aides: Adm. Mike Ratchford: Legis., Paul Leonard; Sec., Cherie Krebs; Press, Cla re DeMatteis ~Steve Chabot (R-l-OH) lstTerm 56% 1641 LHOB 202-225-2216 Fax: 202-225-3012 Biography: b. Feb. 22,1953, Cincinnati, OH, Attorney, County Commissioner; Catholic: m. Donna Daly, 2 children; William & Mary College, B.A.; Northern KY U.. J.D.; home, Cincinnati ~Distrlct: 1st, Pop. 570 900; Mai. Cities, Cincinnati, t-crest Park; Off ces, Cinc nnati (513)684-2723 Committees: International Relations; Judiciary; Small Business Aides: Adm., Fred Nelson; Legis., Kevin Fitzpatrick; Press, Shannon Walker Jones Saxby Chambliss (R-8-GA) lstTerm 63% 1708 LHOB 202-225-6531 Fax: 202-225-3013 Biography: b. Nov. 11, 1943 Warrenton. NC, Attorney, Businessman; Episcopalian; m. Julianne Frohbert, 2 children; U. of GA, B.A; U. of TN, J.D.; home, Moultrie District: 8th Pop. 591,607; Mai. Cities Dublin, Macon; Off ces, Macon (912)475-0665,'Moultrie (912)891-3474 Committees: Agriculture; National Security Aides; Adm., Rob Leebern; Legis., Chris Cox; Sec, Joy Lee; Press, Mary Brown Brewer ©IS~5 THE U.S. CONGRESS HA~#DBEX~K 67 T130763318
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R_~resentatives ~ ~JImChapman, Jr.(D.1.TX)6thTerm 2417 RHOB 202-225.,3035 Fax: 202-225.7265 Biography:. b. M~r. 8,1945, Washinglor~. DO, D~striot Attorney;, ~,~et.bod~st: m. Betty Bnce. 2 children; U. of 7X. B.A.; S.M.U., J.D.; home, Sulphur Springs DIs~rict: Ist~ Pop. 566.2"~7~ Mat. Cities. MarshalZ Texarkana; O~ces. Sulphur springs (903)B85-BBB2~ Marshall (903}93B-8386. New Boston (903}628-5594 Commiltees: Appropriations AIdeS:schindel;Adn).,Press.BillyB~Ii MashekMe~re: Legis., Karen Greenwood; See., Leslie ~ ,~ Jon Christensen (R-2-NE) lstTerm 1020 LHOB 202-225-4155 Fax: 202-225-3032 Biograpfly: b. Feb. 20. 1963. St. Paul, NE Attorney, insurance Agent; Chrislian; m. Meredith Maxfield Midland !.utheran College. B.S.; Sou h TX Co legs. J.O.; home, Omaha Olstriot: 2rid, Po~. 526,567. MaL Cities Bellevue; Offices, ~aha (4~2)397-9944 ' Commf~eest Ways and Means Aides: Ad~..Steven Thomlison- Legis Mark Fahleson. Pars ~ L n ShOrt; Press, Chris Hull " " ' • "' Representatives Eva Clayton (D-I-NO) 3rdTerm 222 CHO~ 202-225-3101 Fax:. 202-225-3.354 Biagraphy: b.,~ep. 16 1934.Sevenna~,GA ConsUltant Firm: Presbytedsn; m. Theao~eus I~layton, 4 children: J.C. Smith U., B.S.; NC Centr&l home, Littleton Dlstr~¢t: 3st, POp. 552 394; Maj. Cities. Faye~tev~t~e. Rocky Mount; Office~', War(enteR (919}257-4BOO. Greenville (919)758-8800 Committees: Agriculture; Sm~tl Aides: Adm.-Legis.. ,lohnny IBamr.-s; S~., Jea~ Chip~el; P{ess, Veda Lama¢ Bob Clement (D-B-IN) 5th'l'erm 22L:=9 RHOB 202-~25-4311 Fax: 202- -~ ~piOEraph¥: b. Sap. 23,1943, Nashville TN University resident, Real Estate; m. Mary Cars~)n, U. of TN. B.A.; Memphis State, ~.BA.; Army'69-'71; home. ~D#triot:.Sth, PoD. 514.910; Maj. Oily. Nes .hville; races, Nashville ~615)736-5295. North NashVille {615}320-1353, Spnngfis~d (615)384-6600 Committees: Transportation and Infrastructure; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm.. David Renders; Exec. Asst.. Carolyn Waugh; Legis., BDick Chrysler (R-8-MI) lstTe~m S2% 327 CHOB 202-225-4872 Fax: 202.2~5..3034 Blograph)[: b. Apr. 27, 1942, St. Paul, MN Manufactunng Co. Pres; Presbyterian;n) KatieTate. 3 children; home. 8r ghton District: 8th.Pop 580,956. Mai.Cities Lensin , Eas~ L.~a~I~in_ ~;_ Offices. Lansing'(517)484-:l'770 B~t~hton (.u ~ulz~o. 1002 ' G Committees: Banking and Financial Services; overnment Reform and Oversight; Small Business A{c~es: Ch{ef of Staff So.oil G~st: Legis Counc A Nedd ]l' Sac. Carol Whitmore: Press. Doug McGuinn William L.Clay (D-1.MO) 14thTerm 63% 2306 RHOB 202-225-2406 Fax: 202-2~5.~,725 Biography; b. Apr. 30 1931 St Louis, Me. Real Estate[Insurance. Car~o ic; in. ~;arol Johnson. 3 children; St Lou]~ B S.; home, St. Louis District: 1st Poo 568 285' Mai CiI~., St Louis; Offices St. L~uis('3"14)7~,~-5~'70 ~i Loui's(3"14~88- 03Z~ " " " Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities/Ranking Aides: Adm. Harriet Pr=tchett; Legis.. Micbelle Bogdanovich: See.. Eumce McCa l: Press. Bet~y Lee 68 ~r995 THE U.~. CONGRESS HA~,tDeooK L THE ~J S- GONGRES,~ HANDBOOK Ti30763319
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~tatives Tom Coburn (R-2-OK) lstTerm 52% 511 CHOB 202-225-2701 Fax: 202-225-3038 Biograp_hy: b. Mar. 14,1948, Ca~per, WY, Physician {obstetrics); Baptist; m. Carolyn uenton, 3 children; OK State U., B.S.; OK State U., M .D.; home, Muskogee District: 2rid, Pop. 520 453; Maj. City. Muskogee; Offices, Muskogee (9181687-2533 Committees: Commerce Aides: Chief of Staff, Karl Ahlgren: Adm.-Legis., John Stirrup; Sec., Heather Barnthouse; P;ess, Fount Holland BRonald D. Coleman (D-16-TX) 7thTerm 57% 2312 RHDB 202-225-4831 Fax: 202-225-4825 Biography: b. Nov. 29, 1941, El Paso, T×, Attorney; Presbytenan; m. Amy Crandus, 3 children; U. of TX, B.A., J.D.; Army, '67-'69; home, El Paso District; 16th Pop. 566,217; Mal. Cities, El Paso, Pecos; Office~, El Paso (915)534-6200 Committees: Appropriations; Select Intelligence Aides= Chief of Staff, P~aul Rogers; Le91s., Jose Luis Sanohez; Scheduler, Karen Brooke; Press, scott Sutherland Barbara-Rose Collins (D-15-MI) 3rdTerm 84% 401 CHOB 202-225-2261 Fax: 202-225.6645 Biography: b. Apr. 13, 1939. Detroit, MI, City Council; Pan-African Chnst.; Single, 2 children; home, uetroit (~istdct: 15th, Pop., 580 956 Maj. City, Detroit; Offices, etrot (313)567-2233 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Chief of Staff, Corliss James; Legis.-Press, Donovan Dunkley; Sac,. Darlene Jackson Cardiss Collins (D-7-1L) 12thTerm 79% 2306 RHOB 202-225-5006 Fax: 202-225-6396 Biography: b. Sap, 24, 1931, St. Louis, MO, Auditor: Baptist: S~ngle, 1 child; Northwestern, B.A.; home, Chicago District: 7th Pol~. 571 530" Maj. City, Chicago; O~fices. Chicago (312)35~-57~;4, Oak Pa~rk (312)3~3- 140O Committees: Government Reform and Oversight/Ranking Aides'- Adm., Bud Meyers; Sec., Gerri Houston; Press, Eddie Arnold Michael (Mac) Collins (R-3-GA) 2ndTerm 66% 1130 LHOB 202-225-5901 Fax: 202-225-2515 Biography: b. Oct. 15, 1944, Jackson, CA, Trucking Co. Owner; Methodist; m. Julie, 4 children; home, McDonough District: 3rd Pop. 591 328" Mai. Cities, Columbus, Griffin; Office's, Jonesb~ro (2'04)603-3395, Columcus (706)327-7228 Committees: Ways and Means Aides: Adm.. Bett~ Monro; Legis., Bo Bryant; See., Anne Jasien; Press, Clark Reid Representatives Larry Combest (R-19-TX) 6thTerm Unc. 1511 LHOB 202-225-4005 Fax: 202-225-9615 Biography: b. Mar. 20. 1945. Memphis. T×. Congressional Aide, Farmer; Methodist; m. Sharon McCurry, 2 children; W. Texas State, B.A.; home, Lubbock D|strict: 19th Polo. 566 217" Maj. City, Lubbock: Offices, Lubl~ck (806)76~-16'11. Ameri)lo (806)353- 3945, Odessa (915)362-2631 Committees: Agriculture; Select Intelligence/Chairman Aides: Adm.. Rob Lehman; Legis., Barry Brown; Sac.. Lynn Cowart; Press, Keith Wi)liams ~ Gary A. Condit (D-18-CA) 4th Term 65°/° 2444RHOE~ 202-225-6131 Fax: 202-225-0819 Biography: b Apr. 21 1948, Saline, OK, Business; Baptist; m. Carolyn Berry, 2 children; CA State, B.A.; home, Ceres District: 18th, Pop. 571 393; Ma). Cities, Merced, Modesto; Offices, Merce~J (209)383-4455, Modesto (209)527-1914 Committees: Agriculture; Government Reform and Oversight Aides: Chief of Staff, Michael Lynch; Legis.-Press, Mike Dayton John Conyers, Jr. (D-14-MI) 16thTerm 82% 2426RHOB 202-225-5126 Fax: 202-225-0072 Biography: b May. 16 lg29. Detroit, Mi, Attorney; Baptist; m. Monica Esters, 1 child; Wayne State, LL.B; Army, Korea; home, Detroit ~istriot:14th, Pop_ 580,956; Mai. Cities, Detroit, ighland; Offices, Detroit (313)961-5670 Committees: Judiciary/Ranking Aides: Adm,, Carla Brooks; Legis., David Buchanan; Sec., Dianne McNair; Press, Bob Weiner ~ W~s Cooley (R-2-OR) lstTerm 56% • 1609 LHOB 202-225-6730 Fax: 202-225-3046 Biography: b. Mar. 28, 1932, Los Angeles, CA, Rancher, Vitamin Co. Owner, State senator; m. Rosemary Herren, 4 children; U. of Southern CA, Army '52-'54; home, Powell Butte District: 2nd, Pol~. 568,464" Mai. Cities, Medford. Klamath Falls; O~ces, Medf~rd (503)776-4646 Committees: Agriculture; Resources; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm.-Sec.-Press, David S. Redmond; Legis., Brian MacDonald Jerry F.Costello (D-12-1L) 5thTerm 66% 2454~RHOB 202-225-5661 Fax: 202-225-0285 Biography; b. Sap. 25.1949. East St. Louis. IL. Law Enforcement; Catholic; m. Georgia Cockrum, 3 children; Maryvill College, B.A.; home, Belleville District: 12th. Pop_. 571,530; Maj City. St. Louis Offices, Granite City (618)451-7065, Bellevilla (618)233-8026, F_ St. Louis (618)397-8833 Committees: Budget; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm.-Legis.. Brian Loll; Sec.. Cindy Dolasinski 70 H'1995 T~E tJ.S. CONGRESS HA~,~DBO~K THE U.S. CO~'~'GRESS HAt',~DaGOK T130763320
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II I Representatives 2402 RHOB 202-225-5611 Fax: 202-225-9177 Biography: b. Oct. 16, 1952, St. Paul, MN, Attorney, White House Counsel; Catholic; m. Rebecca, 2 children; U. of So.CA, B.A.; Harvard, M.B.A., J.D.; home, Newport Beach District: 4.7th, Pop. 571,518; Mai. Cities Newport Beach. Costa Mesa: Offices, Newport Beach (714)756-2244' Committees: Commerce; Republican Policy Committee/Chin. Representatives Frank Cremeans (R~6-OH) lstTerm 51% 1107 LHOB 202-225-5705 Fax: 202-225-3054 Biography: b. May. 5,1943, Cheshire. OH, Concrete Co. Owner. School Superintendent; Methodist; m. Carol Martin, 3 children; U. of Rio Grande, B.A.; Ohio U., M.A.; home, Gallipolis District: 6th, Pop. 570,901; Mai. Cities, Portsmouth. Athens;O~ces, Portsmouth (614)353-4006. Hillsboro (513)393-8688. Marietta (614)373-2120 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Resources Aides: Adm., Barry Bennett; Sac.. Allison Perz: Press. Mike Slanker Aides: Adm., Jan Fujiwara: Legis. Ben Cohen; Sac., Linda Hansen; Press, Antony Kornenstein William J. Coyne (D-14-PA) 8th Term 64% 2455 RHOB 202-225-2301 Fax: 202-225-1844 Barbara Cubin (R-AL-WY) lstTerm 52% 1114 LHOB 202-225-23 11 Fax: 202-225-3057 Biography: b. Nov 30, 1946, Salines CA, Medical Office Manager, State Senator; Episcopalian; m. Frederick Cubin, 2 children; Creighton U., BS.; home. Casper Biography: b. Aug. 24, 1936, Pittsburgh, PA, Accountant; Catholic; Single, Robert Morris Coll., B.S.; Army '55-'57; home, Pittsburgh District;_14t.h Pop. 565,735; Mai. City, Pittsburgh; Off ces, P ttsburgt~ (412)644-2870 Committees: Budget; Ways and Means Aides: Adm.-Legis., Coleman Conroy; Sac., Elisa Howie; Press, Larry Campbell ~Bud Cramer (D-5-AL) 3rdTerm 61% 236 CHOB 202-225-4801 Fax: 202-225-4392 Biography: b. Aug. 22 1947, Huntsville, AL, Attorney; Methodist; m. single, 1 ch Id; U. of AL, B.A., J.D.; home, Huntsville D,.!,s.trict} 5th Pop. 577 227" Mai. City Huntsville~ unices, P=unt~ville (205)5'~ 1-0'190, Oeca~'ur (205)355- 9400, Muscle Shoals (205)381-3450 Committees: Science; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm,, Mike Adcock; Legis., Wendell Chambliss; Sac., Stephanie Of tel; Press, David Butler I ~I District: AL, Pop. 453 588; Mal. Cities Casper, Cheyenne; Off~ces, Gasper (307}2~1-5595, Cheyenne (307)772°2595, Rock Springs (307)362-4095 I ~ Committees: Resources; Science Aides; Adm., Darold Bauer; Legis., Jodi Brayton; Pars. Sac.. Phyllis Hicksi Sec.-Press. Tom Wiblemo Randy (Duke) Cunningham (R-51-CA) 3rdTerm 67% 227 CHOB 202-225-5452 Fax: 202-225-2558 Biography: b. Dec. 8, 1941, Los Angeles, CA, Computer Executive; Christian; m. Nancy Jones, 3 children; U. of Me, B.A., M.A.; National U., M.B.A.; Navy '67-'87; home, San Diego ~trict:._51th, Pop. 572,982' Maj. City, San Diego; ices, ~scondido (619)737'-8438 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; National Aides: Adm., Frank Collins: Legis., Lindsay Lloyd; Sec., Sharon Dorazio; Press. Patrick McSwa=n ~Philip M, Crane (R-8-1L) 14thTerm 65% 233 CHOB 202-225-3711 Fax: 202-225-7830 Biography: b. Nov. 3, 1930, Chicago, IL, Educator; m. Arlene Johnson, 8 children; Hillsdale College, B.A.; IN U., M.A., Ph.D.; Army, '54-'56; home, Wauconda _District: 8th Pop. 571,5.30" Maj. City, Northwes.t Cry; Offices,'Arlington Hgt~'. (312)394-0790. LaKe (708)265 -9000 Committees: Ways and Means; Joint Taxation Aides: Adm., Robert L. Coleman: Legis., Kirt Johnson; Press, Robert Foster Michael D. Crapo (R-2-1D) 2nd Term 75% ~437CHOB 202-225-5531 Fax:202-225-8216 Biography: b. May 20. 1951 idaho Fails. ID, Attorney; Mormon; m. Susan [~iane, 5 children; Brigham Young U., B.A.; Harvard, J.D.: home. Idaho Fails District: 2nd Pop.. 554 416; Maj. Cities Boise, Pocatello: Offi~;es, Boise i208)334-1953, ~in Falls (208)734-7219, Idaho Fails {208)523-6701. Pocatello (208)236-6734 Committees: Agriculture; Commerce Aides: Adm -Leg,s.. Jane Gorsuch: Sec. Dorothy Beget; P:ess. Susan • ". ~ ÷e er 72 ~t~95 THE U.S, CO~LGRESS HAP~DSOOK Pat Danner (D-6-MO) 2ndTerm 66% 1323LHOB 202-225-7041 Fax: 202-225-8221 Biography: b. Jan 13, 1934 Louisville, KY, State Senator; Catholic; m. Markt Meyer, 4 chi dren; N.E. Me State U., B.A.; home, Smithville District: 6th, Pop. 569,131: Mai. Cities, Kansas City, St. Joseph; Offices, Kansas City (816)455-2256, St Joseph (816)233-9818 Committees: Transportation and Infrastructure Aides," Adm.-Press, Douglas Gray; Legis., Chris Bohanon; Pars. Sec., Amy Pedik Thomas M. Davis, III (R-11-VA) 1 stTerm 52% 415CHOB 202-225-1492 Fax: 202-225-3071 Biography: b. Jan. 5, 1949. Minot, ND, Attorney. County Supervisor; Christian Scientist; m. Peggy Rantz. 3 children; Amherst Coll., B.A.; U. of VA, J.D ~ Army; home, Falls Church District: 1 lth, Pop. 562.497; Maj. Cities, Anna~dale Fatffax: Offices, Annandale (703)916-9610 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Science Aides: Adm.. John Hishta; Legis., Chip Highsmith; Pars. Sac.. Kathy Walsh ~r~5 THE U,S. CO~,~GRESS HAJVDBQOK "~ ~ TI3076332
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Representatives - " NathanDeal (D-9-GA) 2ndTerm Sa% 1406 LHOB 202-225-5211 Fax: 202-225-8272 Biography: b. Aug. 25, 1942, Mitlen, GA, Altomey, Juvenile Ct. Judge; Baptist; m. Sandra Dunagan, 4 children; Mercer U.. B.A., JD.; Army '66o'68; home, Lute District: 9th, Pop. 586 222" Maj. Cities, Dalton Gainesvi]]e; Ofhces, 'Dalion (706)226-5320~ Gainesville (404)535-2592, LaFayette (706)63B-7042 Committees: Resources; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Chief of Staff, David Cock: Pars. Sac., Megan Haslam; Press, Jackie Sosby ~PeterA.DeFazio(D-4-OR) SthTerm 68% 2134 RHOB 202-225-6416 Fax: 202-225-0373 Biography: b. May. 27, 1947, Neadham, MA, County Commissioner; Catho~ic; m. Myrnie Dour, Tufts, B.A.; U. of OR, M.S.; Air Force'67-'71; home, Springfield District: 4th Pop_. 568 465- Maj City, Eu.qene' Offices Eugene (5(~)465-67~2 ~3oo~" Ba~; (503)2~9-2609' Roseburg (503)440-35~3 ' Committees: Resources; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm., Penny Dodge; Legis.-Press, Jeff Stier; Exec. Asst., LaVon Murphy BE.(Kika) de la Garza (D-15-TX) 16th Term 59% 1401 LHOB 202-225-2531 Fax: 202-225-2534 Biography. b_ . . Sop.. 22,1927,. Mercedes TX, Attorney,. Cathohc; m. Lucl le Alamla, 3 children; Navy'45. '46;Army'50-'52; home, Mission District: 15th Pop_ 566,217; Maj. Cities McAl en A ice; Office's, McAIlen (210)682-55~,5, Alic~ (512)664-2215 Committees: Agriculture/Ranking Aides: Adm.-Press, Bernice McGuire; Legis., Anton Papich Rosa DeLauro (D-3-CT) 3rdTerm 64% 436CHOB 202-225-3661 Fax:202-225-4890 Biography: b. Mar. 2, 1943, New H~ven, CT, Congressional Aide; Catholic- m. Stanley Greenberg 3 children: Marymount Col eg~, B,A,; Columbia, M.A.: home, New Haven District: 3rd, Pop. 547 765" Mai. Cities, New Haven, Hamden; Offices, Ne~v' Ha~en (203)562-3716 Committees: National Security; Chief Deputy Whip Aides: Adm, Pau Frick; Legis. Vince Willmore; Scheduler, Nancy Muir,/; Press. Maura Keefe Thomas D. DeLay (R-22-TX) 6th Term 74% 203 CHOB 202-225-5951 Fax: 202-225-5241 Biography: b. Apr. 8 1947 Laredo TX Pest Control Co. Owner Baptist; ~n Christine F~J'rrh,'l child- U. of Houston. B.S.; home, Sugar Land District: 22nd Pop. 566 217" Maj. City, Houston: Offices, Staffor~ (713)240"-370~ Committees: Appropriations; Majority Whip Aides: Adm., Ken Carro t: Legis.. Monica Vegas; Sac., Led Soika; Press. T~sh Brink 74 ~t995 THE US. CO,'~GRESS HA~;DBO(2K Representatives RonaldV. Dellums (D-g-CA) 13thTerm 72% 2108 RHOB 202-225-2661 Fax: 202-225-9817 B~ography: b. Nov. 24. 1935. Oaktand. CA, Psychiatric Social Worker; m. Leo~a (Roscoe~ HJggs, 3 children; San Francisco State. B.A.. U. of CA- Berkeley, M.S.W.; Marines, "54-'56: home, Oakland District: 9th, Pop. 573,458; Maj. C~ties. Berkeley. Oakland; Offices, Oakland (510)763-0370 Committees: National Security/Ranking Aides: Adm., Carlottia Scott; Legis.-Press. Charles Stephenscn; Sac Julia Sumners ~Peter Deutsch (D-20-FL) 2ndTerm 61% 204 CHOB 202-225-7931 Fax: 202-225-8456 Biography; b. Apr. 1, 1957, Bronx, NY, Attorney; Jewish; m. Lori Ann Coffino. 2 children; Swarthmore College, B.A.; Yale, J.O.; home, LauderhilI District: 20th. Pop_. 562,518; Maj. Cities, Ho}tywood, Pembroke Pines; Offices, Pembroke Pines (305)437- 3936 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm., James Smith; Legis., Ehzabeth Mullin; Schedule(, Jacqueline Martins; Press Mara Slavin Lincoln Diaz-Balart (R-21-FL) 2ndTerm Unc. 431 CHOB 202-225-4211 Fax: 202-225-8576 Biography: b. Aug. 13, 1954, Havana, Cuba, Attorney; Catho~ic; m. Cristina Fernandez, 2 children; U. of S. FL, B,A.; CaseW. Resrv. U., J.D.; home, Miami Dislri¢l: 21st, Pop. 562,519; Mai. Cities, Miami, Hialeah; Offices, Miami (305)470-8555 Committees: House Oversight; Rules Aides: Adm., Stephen Vermillion; Legis., Elizabeth Humphrey; Sac.- Press, Yanik Fanton Jay Dickey (R-4-AR) 2ndTerm 52% 23(YCHOB 202-225-3772 Fax:202-225-1314 Biography: b. Dec. 14, 1939, Pine Bluff, AR, Attorney, Restaurateur, Travel Agency Owner; Methodist; Divorced, 4 children; U. of AR, B.A., J.D,; home, Pine District: 4th, Pop, 585,202; Ma. Cities, Pine Bluff, Hot Spr ngs; Off ces, P ne Buff (501)536-3376 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm.-Press, Bob Brooks; Legis., Steve Carey; Scheduler, Suzanne Michel Norman D. Dicks (D-6-WA) 10thTerm 58% 2467RHOB 202-225-5916 Fax:202-226-1176 Biography: b. ~ec. 16, 1940, B~emerton, WA, Attorney, Congressional Aide; Lutheran; m. Suzanne CaiSson, 2 children; U. of WA, B.A., J.D.; home. Bremarton ~aiStrict: 6th, Pop. 540,742; Ma}. Cily, Tacoma; Offices, coma (206)593-6536, Bremerton (206)479-4011 Committees: Appropriations; Select Intelligence/Ranking Aides: Ofc. Mgr. Donna Taylor; Legis.. Pete Modaff; Sac., Kristi Frink; Press, Georgel~ehan ~1~5 THE U.S. CO2,~GRESS HANDBOOK 75 Ti307633P',
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Representatives _ ~ Representatives John D. Dingell (D-16-MI} 21stTerm Robert K. Dornan (R-46-CA) 9thTerm s7% 2328 RHOB 202-225-4071 Fax: 202-225-4637 1201 LHOB 202-225-2965 Fax; 202-225-0275 Biography: b. Ju]y 8, 1926, Colora.do Spring, CO, Attorney; Catholic; m. £)eborah /nsrey, 4ch_ildren; Georgetown, B.S., LL.B.. Arrny, WWlI; home, Irenton District: 16th, Pop. 580,956; Maj. City, Dearborn; Offices, Dearborn (313)846-1276, Monroe (313)243- 1849 Committees: Commerce/Ranking Aides: Adm., Marda Rob!!lard Legis.. Dan Beatt/e; Sec , Cheri McGuire. Press. Dennis Fitzgibbons Julian C. Dixon (D-32-CA) 9th Term 78% 2252 RHOB 202-225-7084 Fax; 202-225-4091 Biography: b. Aug. 8, 1934, Washington, DC Attorney, Public Official; m. Betty Houston, 1 child! CA State-LA, B.S.: Southwestern. LL.B; Army. '57-'60: home, Los Angeles District: 32rid Pop. 572 595 Maj. City, Los Angeles. Offices, Los A~geles (2i3)678-5424 Committees: Appropriations; Select Intelligence Aides: Adm.-Press, Andrea Tracy Holmes; Legis., Gwen Brown; Sec., Deanne Clarke Lloyd Doggett (D-10-TX) lstTerm 56% 126 CHOB 202-225-4865 Fax: 202-225-3073 Biography: b. Oct. 6, 1946, Austin TX Atterne~ State Supreme Ct. Justice ProfessOr; l~lethodr.~t; m Elizabeth Be k, 2 children; U. of TX, B.A.; U. of TX, J.D.; home, Austin District: 10th Pop. 566 217- Maj City Austin" Offices, Ausbn (512)482-5921 ' ' " ' Committees: Budget; Science Aides: Adm., Leo Coco: Sec., Nancy Williams; Press, Amy Weiss Tobe ~ Calvin Dooley (D-20-CA) 3rdTerm 56% 1227 LHOB 202-225-3341 Fax: 202-225-9308 Biography: b. Jan. 11. 1954, Visalia CA, Farmer: Met5o~Jist; m. L nda Phillips, 2 children; U. of CA- Davis. B.S.; Stanford, M.A.; home, Visalia D/strict: 20th Pop. 573 282" Maj. City Visalia- Offices, Hanford (209")585-817"~ ' " ' Committees: Agriculture; Resources Aides: Adm. Lisa Quigtey; Legis., Emily Beizer; Sec., Lori Denham; Press, J m Proulx ~ JohnT. Doolittle (R-4-CA) 3rd Term 61% 1526 LHOB 202-225-2511 Fax; 202-225-5444 Biography: b. Oct. 30 1950 Glendale CA Attorney Mormon; m. Ju ia Har(ow, 2 ~hildren: ~1. of'~AoSanta Cruz, B.A.; U. of Pacific, J.D.; home, Rocklin District: 4th Pop. 571 033" Maj City. Roseville; Offices, Ros~'v lie (916)786.5"550 Committees: Agriculture; Resources Aides: Adm.. David Lopez: Legis., Kevin Ring; Sec., Annemarie Metzger; Press= BII Mueller Biography: b. Apr. 3, 1933, New York. NY. Broadcast Journalist; Catholic; m. Sallie Hanson, 5 children; Air Force, '53-'58; home, Garden Grove District: 46th, Pop. 571,380; Maj. City, Santa Ana; Offices, Garden Grove (714)971-9292 Committees: National Security; Select Intelligence Aides: Adm., Paul Morrell; Legis.. Paul Mere; Sec., Anne Fogarty; Press, Brian Keeter ~Mike Doyle (D-18-PA) lstTerm 1218 LHOB 202-225-2135 Fax: 202-225-3084 Biography:b.Aug.5 1953, Swissville, PA, Insurance sales exec., City council member; Cathol c; m. Susan Erlendson, 4 children; PA State, B.S.; home, Pittsburgh District: tBlh, Pop. 565,793: Mat. C~ties, Pittsburgh, McKeesport, Offices, McKeesport (412)664-4049, Penn Hills (412)241-6055 Committees: Science; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm.-Legis.-Press, David Lucas; Pers. Sec., Sharon Grant ~David Oreier (R-28-CA) 8th Term 67% 411 CHOB 202-225-2305 Fax: 202-225-7018 Biography: b. July 5, 1952, Kansas City, MO, Public Relations; Christian Scientist; Single, Claremont, B.A., M.A,; home. San Dimes District: 28th, Pop, 572,927; Maj. City, Covina; Offices, Covina (818)339-9078 Committees: Rules Aides: Adm., Brad Smith; Legis. Vince Randazzo: Sec., Janice McKinney; Press, Kim Pyle John J. Duncan, Jr, (R-2-TN) 5thTerm 91% 2400 RHOB 202-225-5435 Fax: 202-225-6440 Biography: b. July 21, 1947, Lebanon, TN, Attorney, Jud.ge; Presbytenan; m. Lynn Hawkins. 4 children; U. 5f TN, B.S.; George Washington, J.D.; Army Nat1 Guard, '70-'87; home, Knoxville District: 2nd, Pop. 541,864; Mai. City, Knoxville; Offices, ~(nox'vil}e (615)523-3772, Maryville (615)984- 5464 Committees: Resources; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm., Judy Whitbred; Legis., Libby Wood; Sec., Linda Bradley Jennifer Dunn (R-8-WA) 2ndTerm 75% 432 CHOB 20~-225-7761 Fax: 202-225-8673 Biography: b. July 29. 1941, Seattle, WA, State GOP Cha=r; Ep=scopalian; Divorced, 2 children; Stanford U., B.A.; home, Bellevue District: 8th. Pop. 540,742; Maj. City, Bellevue; Offices, Bellevue (206)450-0161 Committees: House Oversight; Ways and Means Aides: Adm.-Press, Phil Bond; Le9=s., Tim Hugo; Sec., Linda Surer THE U, $. CO,"~GRESS HANDSOOK77 Ti30763323
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~r Representatives ~ Richard& Durbfn (D-20-IL) 6thTerm 55% 2463 RHO8 202-225.5271 Fax: 202-225-0170 Biography: b. Nov. 21, 1944. East St. Louis, IL, BI~-~ Attorney; Catholic; m. Loretta Schaefer, 3 children; Georgetown. B.S., J D ; home, Springfield gistriot: 20th, Pop. 571,530; Springfield (217)492- i 4062, Edwardsville (618)692-1082, Centralla (618)532-4265 Committees: Appropriations ~;; ~='~ Aides: Adm., Ed Creole,s: Legis., Tom Faletti; Pets. Sec., Kathy Anderson; Press, Brian Fa~h Chet Edwards (Do11-TX) 3rdTerm 59% 328 CHOB 202-225-6105 Fax: 202-225-0350 Bio,graphy: b. Nov, 24, 1951, Corpus Christi. "IX. Radio Station Owner; Methodist; m. Lea Ann Wood, Texas A&M, B.A.; Harvard, M.B.A.; home, Waco District: 1 lth, Pop. 566,217; Maj. City, Waco; Offices Waco (817)752-9600 ' Committees: National Security; Veterans' Affairs Choir Deputy Whip Aides: Adm., Jay Noel; Legis., Ned Michalek; Exec. Asst., Renata Lynch; Press, Vance Gore UVernon J. Ehlers (R-3-MI) 2ndTerm 74% 1717 LHOB 202-225-3831 Fax: 202-225-5144 Biography: b. Feb. 6,1934, Pipestone, MN, Professor, Nuclear Physicist, State Senator; Christian Reformed; m. Johanna Meulink, 4 children: U.of CA (Berkeley), A.B., Ph.D.; home, Grand Rapids District: 3rd, Pop. 580,956: Maj. City, Grand Rapids; Offices, Grand Rapids (616)451.8383 Committees: House Oversight; Science; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm., Bill McBride; Legis,, Will Plaster; Scheduler, Lorraine Kehl; Press, Christopher Barbee ~Robert Ehrlich, Jr. (R-2-MD) lstTerm 63% 315 CHOB 202-225-3061 Fax: 202-225-3094 Biography: b. Nov. 25, 1957, Baltimore, MD, Attorney; Methodist; m. Kendal Sibiski, Princeton U., B.A., Wake Forest U., J.D.; home, Timonium ~District: 2nd Pop~.600 000' Maj. Cities, Baltimore, =owson; Offices, Iows~n (~10)337-7222, Be A r (410)838-2517 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Government Reform and Oversight Aides: Adm.-Legis., Steve Kerseski; Scheduler, Grog Muth; Press, Richard Cross Bill Emerson (R-8-MO) 8th Term 70% 2268 RHOB 202-225-4404 Fax: 202-225-9621 Biography: b. Jan. 1 1938, St. Louis, MO, Gov't Relations Exec.; Presbyterian; m. Jo Ann Hermann, 4 children; Westminister, B.A.; U. of Baltimore, LL.B.; home, Cape Girardeau District: 8t..h Pop. 568 385" Maj. Cily, Ca~e Girardeau; Offices, L;~pe Gira}de~u (314)335-0101, Rolla (314)364-2455 Committees: Agriculture; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Chief of Staff, Lloyd Smith; Legis., David LaValie~ See., Tricia Schade: Press. Pete Jeffnes 78 ~995 THE U,S, CO,*/,GRESS HAJ~DBOQK Representatives Eliot L. Engel (D-17-NY} 4th Term 74% 1433 I_HOB 202-225-2464 Fax: 202-225-5513 Biography.: b. Feb. 18, 1947, Bronx, NY, Attorney, Educator; Jev~sh;m. Patticia Ennis, 2 children; Hunter- Lehman, B.A, M.A.; New York U, J.D.; home, Bronx District: 17th, Pop. 580,337; Mai. City, Bronx; Offi.ces, Bronx (718)796-9700, Bronx (212)320-2314, YonKers (914)423-0700 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; International Relations Aides: Chief of Staff, Arnold Linhardt; Adm., John Calvelli; Legis.. John Mills; Sec., Pamela Segal; Press, Frank Pizzurro Phil English (R-21-PA) lstTerm 49% 1721 LHOB 202-225-5406 Fax: 202-225-3103 Blogra~.hy: b. June 20, 1956 Erie PA, State senate aide, Ccty controller; Catholic; m. Chrisliane Weshler, U. of PA, B.A.; home, Erie District: 21st, Pop. 565,802; Maj. City Erie; Offices, Erie (814)456-2038, Neadsville (~'~4)724-8414, Hermitage (412)242-6132 "- . Committees: Ways and Means Aides: Adm., Bob Holste; Legis., Karen McGee; Sec., Tim Ohrum; Press, Kristin Cuscela John E. Ensign (R-1-NV) lstTerm 48% 414CHOB 202-225-5965 Fax:202-225-3119 Biography: b. Mar. 25, 1958, Roseville, CA, Veterinarian; m. Darlene Sciaretta, 1 child; OR State U., B.S.; CO State U., D.V.M.; home, Las Vegas District:. lst~.Pop. 600,875; Mai. City, Las Vegas; Offices, Las vegas (702)731-1801 Committees: Ways and Means Aides: Adm., Mark Emerson; Legis., Scotty Bensing; Sec., Tamara Bermer: Press, Katie Baur I~ Anna G. Eshoo (D-14-CA) 2ndTerm 61% 30~ CHOB 202-225.8104 Fax: 202-225-8890 Biography: b. Dec. 13,1942, New Britain, CT, County Supervisor; Catholic; Divorced, 2 children; Canada College, A.A.; home, Atherton District: 14th, Pop. 571,131; Mai. Cities, Paid Alto, Sunnyvale; Offices, Paid Alto (415)323-2984 Committees: Commerce Ald~s: Chief of Staff, John Flaherty; Legis., Jill Ehrlich; Exec. Asst., Karen Chapman; Press, Lewis Roth Lane Evans (D-17-1L)7thTerm 55% 2335 RHOB 202-225-5905 Fax: 202-225-5396 Biography: b. Aug. 4, 1951, Rock Island, IL, Attorney; Catholic; Single, Augustana College, A.B.; Georgetown, J.D.; home, Rock Island District: ~ 7th Pop 571 530" Ma}. Cit es Rock Island, Galesburg;' Offi'~es: M~line (30~)793-5760, Galesburg (309)342-4411 Committees: National Security; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm., Dennis King" Legis., Tom O'Donne : Seo., Nedra Covington; Press, Steve Vetzner THE U.~. CQt~'GRESS HA~'DBOOK 79 T130763324
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Representatives Terry Everett (R-2-AL) 2ndTerm 208 CHOB 202-225-2901 Fax: Not Public Biography: b. Feb. 15, I937. Dothan, AL. Newspaper Publisher, Real Estate Developer Baptist; m. Barbara. Air Force 55-'59, home, Enterprise District: 2rid, Pop.557,227; Maj, Cities. Montgomery Dothan; Offices Opp (205)493-9253, Dotha~ (205)794-9680. M~ntgomery (205)277-9113 Committees: Agriculture; National Security; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm., Clay Swanky; Legis., Wade Heck; Scheduler, Joanna Varoutsos; Press, Mike Lewis g~homasW. (R-15-1L) Ewing 3rdTerm 317 LHOB 202-225-2371 Fax: 202-225-8071 Biography: b. Sep. 19, 1935, Atlanta, IL, Attorney; Methodist; m. Connie Cantanzaro, 6 children; University B S.; John Marshall Law J.D ; Army Rsv '57-'63; home, Pontiac District: 15th, Pop. 571,530; Maj. Cities, Bloomington, Champaign/Urbane; Offices, B oomington (309)662- 9371. Pontiac (815)844-7660, Urbane (217)328-0165 Committees: Agriculture; Transportation and Infrastructure; Joint Economic Aides: Adm., Mike Stokke; Legis., Eric Nicoll; Exec. Asst., Kate Neumiller; Press, Terry Greene L~lSam Farr (D-17-CA) 2ndTerm 52% 1117 LHOB 202-225-2861 Fax: 202-225-6791 Biography: b. July 4, 1941, San Francisco, CA, State Representat=ve, Peace Corps; Episcopalian; m. Shary Baldwin, 1 child Wiffiametle U., B S.; home, Carme District: 171h, Pop. 570 981" Maj. Cities, Salines Santa Cruz; Offices Mon~Jey'(408)649.3555 Sant~ Cruz (408)429-197~, Salines (408)424-2229 ' Committees: Agriculture; Resources Aides: Chief of Staff-Legis., Rochelle Dornatt: Scheduler. Caire Twomey, Press, Mike Diamond ' Chaka Fattah (D-2-PA) lstTerm 86°/= 1205 LHOB 202-225-4001 Fax: 202-225-3127 Biography: b. Nov. 21 1956 Philadelph a PA, Pubic Official; Baptist: ~n. Pat~cia Renfroe, 2 children; U. of PA, B A.; U. of PA, M.A.; home, Philadelphia District: 2nd Po~ 565 650" Mai. City. Philadelphia; Off ces, Philadelphia (2"J5)~'87-6404 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Small Business Aides: Adm.. Claudia Pharis Legis. Neil Snottier; Sec., Michelle Anderson; Press, Lydia W ares Harris W. Fawell (R-13-1L) 6thTerm 73% 2159RHOB 202-225-3515 Fax: 202-225-9420 Biography: b. Mar. 25 1929 West Chica.qo, Attorney; Methodist: ~. Rutl~ Johnson, 3- children home, Napetville District: 13th Pop 571.531- Maj. City Napervitie; Offices, Clarendon ~lills {708/655-205~" Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities: Science Aides: Adm-Press. Alan Mertz; Legis., Rob Green; Pars. Sac,, Katherine Chapple SO ~!~'95 TIlE U,S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK I-'-I I- :I Representatives Vic Fazio (D-3-CA) 9thTerm 49% 2113 RHGB 202-225-5716 Fax: NotPublic Biography: b. Oct. II. I942. Winchester, MA, Journalist, Public Official; Episcopalian; m. Judy Kern, 4 children; Union College, B.A.; home. West Sacramento District: .3rd Pop. 571,374; Maj. City, Woodland; Offices, w~'odland (916)666-552I. Red Bluff (916)529-5629 Committees: Appropriations; House Oversight/Ranking Democratic Caucus/Chairman Aides: Chief of Staff, Mortice Map}as: Legis., ~m Terry; Exec. Asst,. Vicki Baird; Press. Linda Reiff Cleo Fields (D-4-LA) 2ndTerm 70% 218 CHOB 202-225-8490 Fax: 202-225-8959 Biography: b. Nov. 22, 1962, Baton Rouge, LA, Attorney; Baptist; m. Debra, Southern U., B.A., J.D.; home, Baton Rouge District: 4th, Pop. 602,884; Mai. Cities, Baton Rouge, Shreveport; Offices, Baton Rouge (504)343-9772, Shreveport (318)221-9924, Opelousas (318)942- 9691 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Small Business Aides: Adm., Johnny Anderson; Legis., Tiffany Clements; Pets. Sac., Kimbefleigh Butler-Smith; Press, Amanda Larkins Jack Fields (R-8-TX) 8thTerm 92% 2228 RHOB 202-225-4901 Fax: 202-225-2772 Biography: b. Feb. 3, 1952, Humble TX, Attorney; Baptist; m. Lynn Hughes, 2 chi dren; Baylor, B.A,, J.D.; home, Humble District; 8th. Pop. 566,217" Me. City Conroe- Offices Humble (713)540-8000,' Conroe '(409)7~6-8044', College .Station (409)846-6068 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm.-Legis., Bob Ferguson; Sec., Judy AIvarez; Press, Bryan Wirwicz I Bob FIIner (D-S0-CA) 2ndTerm 57% 504 CHOB 202-225-8045 Fax: 202-225-9073 Biography: b. Sop. 4. 1942, Pittsburgh, PA, History Pro~-essor, City Council; Jew}sh; m. Jane Merrill, 2 children; Cornell, B.A., Ph.D.; U.of DE., M.A.; home, San Diego District: 50th, Pop. 573,463; Maj. City. Sen Diego; Offices, Chula Vista (619)422-5963 Committees: Transportation and Infrastructure; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Chief of Staff, David Ginsborg; Legis.. Francisco Estrada; Scheduter, Cathie McCarIey Royal H. Flake (D-6-N~ 5th Term 80% 1035 LHOB 202o225-3461 Fax:202-226-4169 Biography: b. Jan. 30 1945, Los A(=geles, CA, M nister; Methodist; m. Margaret Elaine MCCO ns. 4 children; Wilberforce U.. B.A.; home, Rosedale District: 6th, Pop. 580,337; Maj. City. Jamaica; OItices, St. Albans (718)949-5600, Rockaway (718)327-9791 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Small Business Aides: Adm., Edwin Reed; Legis.. Maureen Nagte; Sec.. Susan Schnell; Press. Marshatl Mitchell ~995 THE L~S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 81 TI30763325
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Representatives gan (R-S-IL) lstTerm 1407 [.HOB 202-225-4061 Fax: 202-225-3t28 Biography: b. Nov. 9, 1962, Chicago, IL, Attorney; Single, Loyola U. (Chicago), B A., J.D.; home. Chicago District: 5th, P.p.o.~o. 571 530" Mai. Cities Chicago Franklin Park; unlces, Ch c~'go (312)276-'6000 ' Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Judiciary; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adrn., Glenn Lackey; Legis., Donald Thorson: Sec., John Gilbert; Press, Michael Scan[on ~.Thomas M. Foglietta (D-1-PA) 8thTerm 81% 341 CHOB 202-225-4731 Fax: 202-225-0088 Biography: b. Dec. 3 1928, Philadelphia, PA, Attorney; Catholic; Singl~, St, Joseph's U., B.A.; Temple, J.D.; home, Philadelphia District: 1st Pop. 565,985 Maj. City Philadelphia; Off ces, Phil'ade phia (215)925-6840, Philadelphia (215)463-8702, Philadelphia (215)426-9410 Committees: Appropriations HAides: Adm., Anthony Green; Legis., Barbara Zylinski; Sec., Keith arrington; Press, Mike Gross ~Mark Adam Foley (R.16-FL) 1stTerm 68~/o 506 CHOB 202-225-5792 Fax; 202-225-3132 Biography: b. Sep. 8, 1954, Newton, MA, Realtor, City Commissioner, Mayor; Catholic; Single, home, W. Palm Beach District; 16th, Pop. 562,519; Maj. Cities, Palm Beach Gardens, Port St. Lucie; Offices, Palm Beach Card (407)627-6192, Port St. Lucie (407)283-7989 Committees: Agriculture; Science Aides: Adm.-Press, Kirk Fordham; Legis., Seen Dougherty; Sec., Michele Famiglielti Michael Forbes (R-1-NY) lstTerm 63% 502 CHOB 202-225-3826 Fax: 202-225-3143 Bioc~raphy: b. July 16 1952 Riverhead N J" Chamber of Commerce Mgr., C~tholi~; m. Barbara ~lackbum, 2 children; State U. of NY (Albany), B.A.; home, Quogue District: 1st, Pop. 580,338; Maj Cities, Patchogue, Southampton; Offices, Shirley (516) 345-9000 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm., Anne Stanley; Legis., Jim Doran; Sec., Kate Fernstmm; Press, Tom Springer Harold E. Ford (D-9-TN) 11thTerm 58% 2111 RHOB 202-225-3265 Fax:202-225-9215 Biography: b. May.20 1945 Memphis TN Funeral Director; Baptist; m. Do~'othy ~owles, 3 child~"~n; John Gupton Coll., A.A., TN State, B.S.; Howard U., M.B.A.; home, Memphis District: 9th, Pop. 426 254; Maj. City, Memphis; Offices, Memphis (903)~4-4131 Committees: Ways and Means Aides: Legis.-Press. Mark Schuermann; Sec.. Shantel Clark 82 ~r995 THE U.S. CONGRESS HAND,~O~K Representatives l'illie Fowler (R-4-FL) 2ndTerm Unc. 413 CHOB 202-225-2501 Fax: 202-225-9318 Biography: b. Dec. 23. 1942. Milledgev~le. GA. Attorney; Episcopalian; mo L. Buck Fowler, 2 children; Emory U., A.B., J.D., home, Jacksonville District: 4tho Pop. 562,518; Maj. Cities, Ormond Beach, Jacksonville; Offices, Ormond Beach {g04)672-0754, Jacksonville (904)739-6600 Committees: National Security; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm., David Giililand; Legis., Bill Klein; Sec.. Lynn Miller; Press, Susan Pelter ~Jon D. Fox (R-13-PA) lstTerm 49% 510 CHOB 202-225-6111 Fax: 202-225-3155 Biography: b. Apr. 22 1947, Philadelphia, PA, Attorney, county Commissioner; Jewish; m. Judi Wilbert, PA State U., B.A.; Widener U., J.D.; Air Force Reserve '69-'75: home, Elkins Park District: 13th, Pop 565,673; Maj. Cities, N.W. Philadelphia, Norristown; Offices, Norristown (610)272-8400, Abington (215)885-3500 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Government Reform and Oversight; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Chief of Staff, Jan W. Friis, Jr.; Legis., Kelly Mullaney; Sec., Laura Werner Barney Frank (D-4-MA) 8th Term Unc. 2210 RHOB 202-225-5931 Fax: 202-225-0182 Biography: b. Mar. 31, 1940, Bayonne, N J, Attorney; Jewish; S~ngle, Harvard, B.S., J.D.; home, Newton District: 4th, Pop. 601,642; Mai. Cities, Fall River, Newton; Offices, Newton (617)332-3920, Fall River (508)674-3551, New Bedford (508)999-6462, Bridgewater (508)697-9403 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Judiciary Aides: Adm.-Legis.-Press, Peter Kovar; Sec., Maria Giesta Gary Franks (R-5-CT) 3rdTerm 53% 133 CHOB 202-225-3822 Fax: 202-225-5085 Biogral~hY: b. Feb. 9, 1953, Waterbury, CT. Real Estate investor; Baptist; m. Donna Williams, 3 children; Yale, B.A.; home, Waterbury District: 5th, Pop. 547,764; Mai. Cities, Waterbury, Danbury; Offices, Waterbury (203)573-1418, Danbury (203)790-1263 Committees: Commerce Aides: Chief of Staff, Richard Genya; Legis., Shane Schriefer; Scheduler, J.C. Swayze; Press, Jeff Muthersbaugh Robert (Bob) Franks (R-7-NJ) 2ndTerm 59% 429 CHOB 202-225-5361 Fax: 202-225-9460 Biography: b. Sep. 21, 1951. Hackensack, N J, Attorney; Single, Depauw U., B.A.; S. Methodist U., J.D.; home, New Providence District: 7th, Pop. 594,629; Maj. City, Union; Offices. Union (90B)686-5576, Woodbndge {908)602-0075 Committees: Budget; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Chief of Staff. Gregg Edwards" Adm.. Bill Ulrey; Legis.. Michael Hamngton; Pets. Sec. Karen Cclcgn~; Press, Janet Thompson THE U.S. CO~%'GRESS HAt#DB~OK 83 T130763326
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I~r"Representatives I I]e; ~ lstTe 7~ ~ I~. ,~. ~ 5~4 c~ I~ ~|-~ ~iogta~hy~ b. Apr. 29, 1946, NYC NY. State ~~ A~em~lyman; ~iscopaban; m. ~rginia Robinson ~ 2chaSten; Hoba~ College, BA.; Army'7~'71; h~e, Rodney P. Frelinghuysen (R-11-NJ) lstTerm 514 CHOB 202-225-5034 Fax: Not Public Morristown District: 11th, Pop. 594,630; Maj. Cities, Morris County, Madison; Offices, Dover (201)328-7413, Morristown (201)984- 0711, West Caldwell (201)228-9262 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm., Donna Mullins; Sec., Lorraine Genovese; Press, Robert LeGrande ~Daniel Frisa (R-4-NY) lstTerm 50% 1529 LHOB 202-225-5516 Fax: 202-225-3187 ,Biography: b. Apr. 27, .1955 Westbury~ NY, ,.D rect MaiFConsultant, State ,~ssemb yman: uathoJ c; m. Jane Gilmartin, 1 child; St. John's U., B.A.; home, Westbury District: 4th, Pop. 580,338; Maj. Cities, Hempstead, Mineola; Office, Valley Stream (516)872-9550 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm., Patrick O'Sullivan; Legis., Patrick Morrisey; Sec., Andrea Mdes [~Martin Frost (D-24-TX) 9thTerm 53% 2459 RHOB 202-225-3605 Fax: 202-225-4951 Biography; b. Jan. 1 1942, Glendale CA Attorney" Jewish; m Va erie H~II, 3 children; U. of MO, B.A.: Georgetown, J.D.; Army Rsv. '66-'72; home, Dallas District: 24th, Pop. 566,217" Maj. Ci~ Dallas" Offices Fort'Worth(817)293-9231,~allas (~14)948-'3401 ' Committees: Rules; Deputy Minority Whip Aides: Adm., Matt Angle; Legis., Ronnie Carleton; Sec., Vera Lou Durrigan; Press, Susan McAvoy ~DavidFunderburk(R-2.NC) lstTerm 56% 427CHOB 202-225-4531 Fax: 202-225-3191 Biography: b. Apr. 28 1944, Hampton, VA, A.uth,or/ Lecturer; Baptist; m. Betty Swaim, 2 children; wa~:e Forest, B.A.; U. of SC. Ph.D.; home, Buies Creek District: 2nd, Pop. 552 378; Maj. Cities, Durham, Rocky Mount; Offices, D~rham (919)383-9404 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; International Relations; Small Business Aides: Adm.-Press, Mike Holt; Legis., Robert Wilkie; Sec., Mary Trimble Elizabeth Furse (D-l-OR) 2ndTerm 50% 316CHOB 202-225-0855 Fax:202-225-9497 Biography: b. Oct. 13 1936 Nairobi Kenya Community Activist, Vineyard ~,,~ner; m. JOhn Platt, 2 children; Evergreen State, B.A.; home, Hillsboro District: 1st. Pop. 568 461: Maj. City, Portland: Offices. Portland (503)3~'6-2901 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm., Jennie Kugel; Legis., Christopher Porter; Sec., Julia Thorson: Press, Mary Fetsch 84 ~1995 THE U.S. C(~','GRESS HA~D~OOK Representatives ~JElton Gallegly (R-23-CA) 5th Term 66% 2441 RHOB 202-225-5811 Fax: 202-225-1100 B_iograp_.hy: b. Mar. 7, 1944 HuntingtonPark CA Real ~-state Exec.; m. Janice .~rader, 4 children; I~ome. Simi Valley District: 23rd, Pop. 571,483; Mai. City, Ventura County; Offices, Oxnard (805)485-2300 Committees: International Relations; Judiciary; Resources Aides: Adm, Mike Wootton: Legis., Lisa Boepple: Sec., Trisha Evans; Press. James Maiella ~Greg Ganske (R-4-1A) lstTerm 53% 1108 LHOB 202-225-4426 Fax: 202-225-3193 Biography; ,b. Mar. 31 19.49~New Hampt..on IA Physician ~p~astic surgeon); Catholic; m. uo~rine Mikkelson, 3 children; U. of IA, B.A.; U. of IA, M.D.; Army Reserve '84-present; home, Des Moines District: 4th, Pop. 555,276; Ma|. Cities, Des Moines, Council Bluffs; Offices, Council Bluffs (712)323-5976, Des Moines (515)284-4634 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm., John Barnes; Legis., Jon Traub; Sec., Anita Rouse; Press, John Easton Sam Gejdenson (D-2-CT) 8th Term 43% 2416 RHOB 202-225-2076 Fax: 202-225-4977 ~)iogr~phy: b, May. 20 1948, Esc, h.wege,. Germy, airy farmer; Jew sh; Divorced, 2 cnildren; u. of CT, B.A.; home, Bozrah District: 2rid, Pop. 548,041; Maj. City, Norwich; Offices, Norwich (203)886-0139, Middletb.wn (203)346-1123 Committees: House Oversight; international Relations; Resources Aides: Adm., Bob Baskin; Legis., Peter Yeo: Sec., Reece Painter; Press, Jamie Shor GeorgeWo Gekas (R-17-PA) 7thTerm uric. 241,0 RHOB 202-225-4315 Fax: 202-225-8440 ~lography:b. Apr. 14 1930 Harrisburg, PA, Attorney; reek Orthodox; m. ~vangel ne Charas, Dick nson College, B.A., J.D.; Army '53-'55; home, Harrisburg District: 17th, Pop. 565,717; Ma. City, Harrisburg; Offices, Harrisburg (717)541-5507, Lebanon (717)273-1451, Elizabethtown (717)367-6731 Committees: Judiciary Aides: Adm. Allan Cagnoli Legis., Charles Frohman; Exec. AssL, She ah Borne; Press, Jim Campi ~Richard A, Gephardt (D-3-MO) 10thTerm 58% 1226 LHOB 202-225-2671 Fax: 202-225-7452 ~Biography:b.Jan.31, 1941 St Louis MO Attorney; ~aptist; m. Jane Ann Byrnes, 3 children; Northwestern, B.S.: U. of MI, J.D.; home, St. Louis Dlstrict: 3rd, Pop. 568 326; Maj. City. St. Louis(part) Off ces, St. Louis (31~)631-9959, Festus (314)937- 6399 Committees: Minority Leader Aides: Adm., Rodney Sippel: Legis., Jim Hawley; 5ec., Maria Varner; Press, Daniel Sailick THE U.S. CONGRESS HA~,~DBGOK 85 Ti30763327
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~ Pete Geren (D,12-TX) 4thTerm 2448 RHOB 202-225-5071 Fax: 202-225-2786 Eiiography: b. Jan.29,1952, FortWorth, TX, Attorney- Bap-'dst; m. Beck~e Ray, 2 children; U. of TX, B.A,, J.O.i ~=---""-~ home, Fort Worth [)istdct; 12th, Pop. 566,217; Mai. City, Fort Worth; Offices, Ft. Worth (817)338-0909 ~--'~ Committees; National Security; Science Aides; Adm., Laura Redding; Legis., Pete Rose; Sec.. Peggy McLeland; ~" -1 Press. Michele Mitchell ~Sam M. Gibbons (D-11-FL) 17thTerm 52% 2204 RHOB 202-225-3376 Fax: 202-225-8016 ~Blography: b. Jan. 20 1920, Tampa, FL, Attorney" vresoy~er an; m. Martha Henley, 3 children; Army '4 ~-' '45; home, Tampa District: 1 lth, Pop. 562,519; Maj. City, Tampa; Offices, Tampa (813)870-2101 Committees: Ways and Means/Ranking; Joint Taxation Aides: Chief of Staff, Barbara Toffling; Legis., Flora Sullivan; Press, Rich Davis L~WayneT. Gilchrest (R-1-MD) 3rdTerm 68°/° 332 CHOB 202-225-5311 Fax: 202-225°0254 .B, io.grap.hy: b. ~Apr,. 15, 1_946,, Ra~hway, N J, T,each,er; ~e~nodist; m. ~arDara Hawley, ~ children; wesley College, A.A., DE State, B.A,; home, Kennedyville District: 1st, Pop. 597,710; Maj. Cities, Salisbury, Annapolis; Offices, Salisbury (410)749-3184, Annapolis (410)760o3372, Glen Burnie (410)760- 3372, Chestertown (410)778-9407 Committees: Resources; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm., Tony Caligiuri; Legis., Dan Welsh; Pets. Sec., Cyndy Dingus; Press, Cathy Collier [~Paul E. Gillmor (R-5-OH) 4th Term 73% 1203 LHOB 202-225-6405 Fax: 202-225-1985 Biography: b. Feb. 1 1939 Tiffin OH Attorney" Method=st; m. Karen LairD, 3 c~ildren;'Ohio'Wesleyan', B.A.; U. of MI, J.O.; Air Force '65-'66: home, Old Fort District: 5th, Pop. 570,901; Mai. City, Sandusky; Offices, Perrysburg (419)872-2500, Port Clinton (419)734-1999, Sandusky (419)627-1988 Committees; Commerce Aides: Adm.-Legis., Mark Weflman; Sec., Karen Parker; Press, Mike Gill Benjamin A. Gilman (R-20-NY) 12thTerm 68% 2449 RHOB 202-225-3776 Fax: 202-225-2541 Biography: b. Dec. 6 1922 Pou.qhkeepsie, NY, Attorney; Jewish; m. Riia Gail'Kelho-ffer, 5 children; U. of PA, B.S.; NY Sch. of Law, LL.B,; Army Air Corps. '42-'45; home, Middletown District: 20th, Pop. 580 338; Maj. City, Middletown; Offices, M ddletown (914)343-6666, Hastings-on-Hudson (914)478- 5550. Monsey (914)357-9000 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; International Relations/Chairman Aides: Adm. Nancy Colandrea: Le~;is.. Todd Burger; Sec.. Beverly 'J~arel;=: Press. Andrew Zarutskie Representatives Newt Gingrich (R-6-GA) 9thTerm 64=7= 2428 RHOB 202-225-4501 Fax: 202-2254656 Biography: b. June 17, 1943. Harrisburg PA, Professor; Baptist; m. Marianne Ginther. 2 children: Emory, B.A.; Tutene, M.A,, Ph.D.; home, Marietta District: 6th, Pop. 587,118; Maj. City, Marietta; Offices, Marietta (404)5656398 Committees: Speaker of the House Aides: Adm. Annette Thompson; Legis., Grog Wright; Exec. Asst., Rachel Phillips; Sec., Ang e Green; Press, Tony l~lankley Henry B. Gonzalez (D.20-TX) 18thTerm 2413RHOB 202-225-3236 Fax: 202-225-1915 Biography: b May 3, 19.16,_San Ant~cn!o., TX, P.u.blic Official; Catho~ic; m. Bertha uuellar, ~ cn dren; I~avy WWII; home, San Anton=o District: 20th, Pop. 566,217; Maj. City, San Antonio; Offices, San Antonio (210)229-6195 Committees: Bank ng and Financial Services/Ranking Aides: Exec. Asst., Christine Ochoa; Legis., Jenn for Sade BobW.Goodlatte (R-6-VA) 2ndTerm Unc. 123 CHOB 202-225-5431 Fax: 202-225-9681 Biograph~L: b. Sop. 22, 1.952 Holyo~ke,.MA, Atto_rney; Chnstian ~cientist; m. Marye on, z children; uates Coll., B.A.: Washington & Lee U., J.D.; home, Roanoke District: 6th, Pop. 562,572; Maj. Cities, Roanoke, Lynchburg; Offices, Roanoke (703)857-2672, Staunton (703)BB5-3861, Lynchburg (804)845-8306 Committees: Agriculture; Judiciary Aides: Adm.-Press, T.im Phillips; Legis., Elizabeth Frazee; Scheduler. Susie Cohen William R CoDdling (R-19-PA) 11thTerm Uric. 2263 RHOB 202-225-5836 Fax: 202-226-1000 Biography: b Dec 5, 1927 Loganville, PA, School Superintendent; MethodiSt; m. Hilda Wright, 2 children; U, of MD, B.S.: Western MD, M.Ed.; Army '46-'48; home, Jacobus District: 19th Pop. 565 856: Mai. City, York; Offices, Gettysburg (717)334-3430, Yor~ (717)843-8887, Camp Hill (717)763- 1988 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities/Chairman; International Relations Aides: Adm., Pete Tartline; Sec., Gretchen Gipson; Press, Julie Williams Bart Gordon (D-6-TN) 6thTerm 51% 2201 RHOB 202-225-4231 Fax: 202-225-6887 Biography: b. Jan. 24 1949~ Murfreesboro, TN Attorney; Methodist; Si~'gle, M~ddte TN State. B.S.! U. of TN, J.D.; home, Murfreesboro District; 6th, Pop. 541,977; Mai. City, Murfreesboro; Offices, Murfreesboro (615)896-19~]6, Cookeville ~615)528-5907 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adrn., Eric Altshule; Legis., Harrison Wadsworth; Sec., Ellen Helm; Press. Steve Rogers ©I~5 THE U.S. COJVGRESS HAt,~D~O0K 87 T!3076332~
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Representatives Porter J. Goss (Ro14-FL) 4th Term Unc. 108 CHOB - 202-225-2536 Fax: 202-225-6820 Biography: b. Nov. 26, 1938. Waterbury, CT, Newspaper Business, CIA Officer; vresbyterian; m Mariel Robinson, 4 children; Yale. B.A.; Army '60-'62; home. Sanibel District: 14th, Pop. 562,518; Maj. Cities, Ft. Myers. Naples; Offices, Ft. Myers (813)332--4677. Naples (813)774-8060, Punta Gorda (813)639-0051 Committees; Rules; Select intelligence Aides: Chief of Staff. Sheryl Wooley: Adm., Wendy K.D. Sehg: Legis.. Merrell Moorhead; Press. Natasha DeWees ~Lindsey Graham (R-3-SC) lstTerm 60% 1429 LHOB 202-225-5301 Fax: 202-225-3216 Biography: b. July 9, 1955, Pickens Co., SC, Attorney; Baptist; m. Single, U. of SC, B.A.; U. of SC, M.A., J.D.; Air Force '82-'88: home, Seneca District; 3rd, Pop. 581,104; Maj. Cities, Greenwood, Anderson; Offices, Anderson (803)224-7401, Aiken (803)649-5571, Greenwood (803)223-8251 Committees; Economic and Educational Opportunities; Science Aides; Adm., Allison Dalton; Legis. Ed Rogers; Sec., Lisa Kennedy Gene Green (D-29-TX) 2ndTerm 74% 1024 LHOB 202-225-1688 Fax: 202-225-9903 ~iography: b. Oct. 17, 1947, Houston,. TX Attorney; ethodist; m. Helen A bets, 2 ch dren; u. of Houston, B.A., Law; home, Houston District: 29th, Pop. 566,217; Maj. City, Houston; Offices, Houslon (713)880-4364 Committees; Economic and Educational Opportunities; Government Reform and Oversight Aides= Adm., Moses Mercado; Exec. Asst., DeAnna Rodriguez; Sec., Deanna Rodriguez; Press, Elizabeth Miller Jim Greenwood (R-8-PA) 2ndTerm (}6% 430CHOB 202-225-4276 Fax:202-225-9511 Biography; b. May. 4 1951 Philadelphia PA State Senator; Presbyteri;='n; m.'Christina, 4'chiidren; Dickinson Coll., B.A.; home, Erwinna District: 8th, Pop 565,787; Mej. Cities, Doylestown, Langhorne; Offices, Doylestown (215)348-7511, Langhorne (215)752-7711 Committees: Commerce; Economic and Educational Opportunities Aides: Adm. Judy Borger; Legis., Susan Cobb; Sec., Mary Corcoran; Press, Donn~ Hoffmeier Steven Gunderson (R-3-W=) 8thTerm 5(}% 2185 RHOB 202-225-5506 Fax: 202-225-6195 Biography: b. May. 10 1951 Eau Claire WI, State Legislator; Lutheran; S~ngle, 'LJ. of Wl, B',S.; home. Osseo District: 3rd, Pop. 543 533" Ma. Cities, La Crosse, Eau Claire; Offices. Bla~k ~'iver FIs (715)284-7431 Committees: Agriculture; Economic and Educational Opportunities Aides: Adm., Kris Deininger: Legis.. Tim Reberber; Sec., Caffista B~sek; Press, Keven Kennedy 8S ~1~£5 THE U.S CONGRESS HAt;DBC-'OK Representatives Luis Gutierrez (D-4-1L) 2ndTerm 75% 408 CHOB 202-225-8203 Fax: 202-225-7810 Biography: b. Dec 10, 1953. Chicago. IL, Teacher. Chicago Alderman; Catholic; m. Soraida Arocho, 2 children: Northeastern IL U. B A ; home, Chicago District: 4th. Pop. 571.530: Maj. City, Chicago; Offices, Chicago (312)509-0999 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Chief of Staff-Press,Ooug ScefieTd: Legist. Jennice F~Jentes; Exec Asst.. Liz Lynskey; Sec., Maggie Muir Gil Gutknecht (R-1-MN) lstTerm 55% 425CHOB 202-225-2472 Fax:202-225-3246 Biography: b. Mar 20, 1951, Cedar Falls, IA, AucSoneer. Real Estate broker; Cetho c: m, Mary Keefe, 3 ch=ldren; U. of Northern Iowa, B.A.; home, Rochester District: 1st, Pop 546,887; Maj. Cities, Rochester, Makato; Offices, Rochester (507)252-9841 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Science Aides: Adm.-Press, Matt Miller; Legis., John Rothrock; Sec., Lidia Hupp ~ Ralph M. Hall (D-4-TX) 8thTerm 59% 2236 RHOB 202-225-6673 Fax: 202-225-3332 Biography: b. May. 3 1.923, Rockwell County, TX, Attorney Methodist; m. Mary Ellen Murphy, 3 children; Navy "42-'45; home, Rockwal District: 4th Pop. 566,217; Ma[. Cities, Sherman, Tyler; Offices, Rockwa I (214)771-9118, Sherman (903)892-1112, Tyler (903)597-3729 Committees: Commerce; Science Aides: Adm., James Cole; Legis., Martin Edwards; Sec., Kelly Smith; Press, Janet Perry Tony R Hall (D-3-OH) 9th Term 69% 1432LHOB 202-225-6465 Fax: 202-225-9272 Biog.raphy: b. Jan._16, 1942,.Dayton, O_H, Real Estate Brok'~r; m. Janet Oiok. 2 cnildren; uenison, A.B.: home, Dayton District: 3rd, Pop. 570,901; Maj. City, Dayton; Offices, Dayton (513)225-2843 Committees: Rules Aides: Chief of Staff, Rick Came; Legis.. Gall Amidzich; Sec., Bonnie Ruestow; Press, Michael Gessel ~ Lee H, Hamilton (D-9-1N) 16thTerm 52% 2314 RHOB 202-225-5315 Fax: 202-225-1101 Biography: b. Apr. 20, 1931. Daytona Beach, FL, Attorney; Methodist; m. Nancy Ann Nelson. 3 children; DePauw, B.A.; IN U., J.D,; home, Nashville District: 9th Pop. 544,416; Maj. C=ty, Jeffersonville; Offices, Jeffersonv lie (812)288-3999 Committees: International Relations/Ranking; Joint Economic Aides: Adm., Jonathan Friedman; Legis., Ken Nelson; Sec.. Holly Baker; Press, Christopher Mehl THE U.S, COtlGRESS HA~,/DBOO,K T130763329
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Representatives ~ Mel Hanc0~k (R-7-MO) 4thTerm 57"/. 43~ CHOB 202-225-6536 Fax: 202-225-77(30 Bfography: b. Sep. 14 1929, Cape Fair MO.Secur~ty Business; Ct~urch of ~3hrist m. "Sug~" McDaniel, 3 ch Idren; SW MO State, B S: Air Force '51-'52; home, Springfield District: 7th, Pop. 568 017; Maj Cities, Jopl n, Springfie d; Offices, Springfield (4.17)862-4317, Joplin (417}781-1041 Committees: Ways and Means Aides: Adm.-Legis., Duncan Haggert; Sec., Kelly Krauser; Press, Sam Coring ~JamesV, Hansen (R-1-UT) 8thTerm 65% 2466 RHOB 202-225-0453 Fax: 202-225-5857 Biography: b. Aug. 14, 1932, S, at Lake Ci(y. UT Insurance Business, Land Devexoper; Mormon; m Ann Burgoyne 5 children; U. of UT, B.S.; Navy '52- 54; home, Farmington District: 1st, Pol~. 574 286; Maj. C ties, Ogden Logan; Offices Ogden (801)393-8362, St. George (801 )628-1071' Committees: National Security; Resources; Select Intelligence Aides: Adm,-Sched., Nancee Blockinger; Legis., Steve Petersen Jane Harman (D-36-CA) 2ndTerm 48% 325 CHOB 202-225-8220 Fax: 202-226-0684 Biography: b. June 28.1945, New York, N~ Attorney, Congressfonal Aide; Jewish; m. Sidney Harmon, 4 children; Smith College, B.A., Harvard, J.D.; home, Rolling Hills District: 36th, Pop. 573,663; Mai. Cities, West Los Angeles, Torrance; Offices, Los Angeles (310)348- 8220, Torrance (310)787-0767 Committees: National Security; Science Aides: Adm., Ed Hatcher; Legis., Joe Theissen; Pets. Sec., Laura Flores: Press, Roy Behr J. Dennis Hastert (R-14-1L) 5thTerm 78% 2453 RHOB 202-225-2976 Fax: 202-225-0697 Biography; b. Jan. 2, 1942 Aurora IL, Teacher; m. Jean K'ahl, 2 children; Wh~aton, B~. Northern IL M.S.: home, ~brkv e District: 14th Pop. 571 530; Maj. City, Aurora; Offices, Batavia (708}406-111~ Committees: Commerce; Chief Deputy Whip Aides: Chief of Staff, Scott B. Palmer; Legis., Tandi Thomas- Sec., Sam Lancaster; Press, Douglas Booth ' Alcee L. Hastings (D-23-FL) 2ndTerm uric. 1039 LHOB 202-225-1313 Fax: 202-225-0690 Biography: b. Sep. 5 1936 Altamonte Sprs FL, Attorney. Federal Judge" African Methodist EpiscOpal Divorced, 3 ch dren; Fi~k U., B.A.; FL A&M U., J.D.; home, Miramar District: 23rd Pop 562 519" Mai. Cities. Ft. Lauderclale, W. I~alm ~each;'Offi~es, Ft. Lauderdale (305)733-2800, West Palm Beach {407)684-0565 Committees: International Relations; Science Aides: Adrn.. Art Kennedy; Legis.-Press. Ann Jacobs; Sec., Tonette Mob ey" Sec.. Robert Orummer Representatives Richard (Doe) Hastings (R-4oWA) lstTerm 52% 1229 LHOB 202-225-5816 Fax: 202-225-3251 ~iograp_hy:..b.Feb.~7. 1941. Spokane. WA. Paper upplyCo, uwner;L;atholic;m. Claire M'ontmerancy. 3 children; home. Pasco District: 4th, Pop 540,744; Maj. Cities. Yakima. Kennewick; Offices, Yakima (509)452-3243. Kennewick (509)783-0310 Committees: National Security; Resources Aides:Adm., Ed Cassidy; Legis., Ooug R=ggs; Sec.. Linda Bradley; Press, Sheila Riggs James A. Hayes (D-7oLA) 5th Term Unc. 2432 RHOB 202-225-2031 Fax: 202-225-1175 I~lieogra~.hy: b..Dec. 21.., 1946,..La, fayette ,.L~, Attor,n,e~: tl~odist; m. Lesl e uwen, 3 cni ~ren; u. of SW L~, B.A.; Tulane, J.D.; home, Lafayette District: 7th, Pop. 602,921; Me j, Cilies, Lake Charles, Lafayette; Offices, Lafayette (318)233-4773. Lake Charles (318)433-1613 Committees: Science; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Chief of Staff, John Doyle, Adm.-Sched., Lynn Hargroder; Legis., Julie Cordell; Press, Stephen Kearney J.D. Hayworth (R-6-AZ) lstTerm 54% 1023 LHOB 202-225-2190 Fax: 202-225-3263 BBiogr, aphy: b_. July ~2,1958 H~igh Point, NC, Sports roaocaster, ~ub =c He,at ons uonsu tent; Bapt st; m. Mary, 3 children; home, Mesa District: 6th, Pop. 610,872; Maj. Cities, Flagstaff, Mesa; Offices, Mesa (602)926-4151 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Resources; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm., Steve Bloch; Legis., Glenn Buberl; Sec. Tricia Evans: Press, Jim Heath ~Jopl Hefley (R-5-CO) 5thTerm Unc. 2351RHOB 202-225-4422 Fax:202-225-1942 .B.iograp..hy: b. ApE 18 1935 Ardmore OK, Exec. ~onprotit Agency; ~'resbyterian; m. Lynn Christian, 3 children; OK Baptist, B.A.; OK State. M.S.; home, ColoradoSprings District: 5th, Pop. 549,066: Maj. City, Colorado Springs; Offices, Colorado Spring (719)520-0055, Englewood (303)792-3923 Committees: National Security: Resources; Small Business Aides: Legis., Brian Reardon; Scheduler, Anna Osborne; Press, Lauren Sims W.G.(BilI) Hefner (D-8-NC) 11thTerm 53% 2470 RHOB 202-225-3715 Fax: 202-225-4036 ~xiOgraphy: b. Apr. 11 1930, Elora, TN, Broadcasting ecut=ve; Baptist; m. Nancy H II, 2 ch dren; home, Concord District: 8th, Pop. 552,307; Me. City, Kannapolis; Offices, Concord (704)786-1612, Sa sbury (704)636- 0635. Rockingham (910)997-2070 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm.. Bill McEwen; Legis.. Irene Schecter; Sec.. Maddie Preston; Press, Sandra Latta ~I~95 THE MS. COt'.'GRESS HANGSOOK 91 Ti30763330
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Representatives Fred IC Heineman (R-4-NC) lstTerm so'/, 1440LHGB 202-225-1784 Fax:202-225-3269 Biography: b. Dec. 28,1929 Bronx, NY, Police Chief; Luttieran; m. Lmda GJlstrap, 6 ch dren; St. Franc s College. B.A., John Jay College. M.A.; Marine Corps '51-'54; home, Raleigh District: 4th, Pop. 552,387; Maj. Cities, Raleigh, Chapel Hill; Offices. Raleigh (919)856-4611 Commiffees: Banking and Financial Services; Judiciary Aides: Adm., Earl Whipple; Legis., Ray Shepard; See., Lucy Surpenet; Press, Kay Ryan MWally Herger (R-2-CA) 5thTerm 04% 2433 RHOB 202-225-3076 Fax: Not Public _Biogral~hy: .b. May, 2~0 1945 Yuba City, CA, .Gas Co. Pres., Hancner; m. paine a Sergeant, Bcn dren; home, Marys'4~le District: 2nd, Pop. 573,322; Maj. Cities, Chloe, Redding; Offices, Chico (916)893-8363, Redding (916)223-5898 Committees: Budget; Ways and Means Aides: Adm., John Magi~l; Legis., Rich No}an; Sec., Pamela Mattox: Press, David Johanson Van Hilleary (R-4-TN} lstTerm 58% 114 CHOB 202-225-6831 Fax: 202-225-3272 ~iogr.aph. y: b._Jun,e 20, 1959 ~hea Cp., TN, Textile anurac~urer; Presbyterian; m. bingle, u. of TN, B.S.; Stamford U., J.O.; Air Force; home, Grandview Dislrict: 41h, Pop. 541 868; Maj. Cities, Shelbyville, Morristown; Offices, Crossvil e (615)484-1114, Tullahoma (615)393.4764, Morristown (615)587-0396 Committees: National Seourity; Science; Small Business Aides: Adm., Susan Hirschman; Legis., Roger Morse: Sec., Elaine Robinson; Press, Brad Todd Earl Hil|iard (D-7-AL) 2ndTerm 77% 1007 LHOB 202-225-2665 Fax: 202-225-0772 Biography: b, Apr. 9. 194~2, Birmingha, .m., AL, Attorney; Baptist; m. f~ary ~-ranklin, z children; Morehouse Coll., B.A,; Atlanta U., M.B.A., Hov~ard U., LL.D.; home, Birmingham District: 7th, PoD. 5"77,227; Mal. Ci~, Birmingham (part); Offices, Birmingham (205)328-2841, Selma (205)872-2684, Tusoaloosa (205)752-3578 Committees: Agriculture; Small Business Representatives David L.Hobson (R-7-OH) 3rdTerm Unc. 1514 LHOB 202-225-4324 Fax." 202-225-1984 ~tograp.hy: b..Oct. 17, 1936, CincJnnati, OH, Real Estate: MethoGist; m Carolyn Alexander, 3 children; O~io Wesleyam B.A.: OH State. J.O.; home. Spring,old Bistrict~ 7th, Pop. 570,902; Maj. City, Springfield; Otfices, Springfield (513)325-0474, Lanoaster {614)654-5149 Committees: Appropriations; Budget Aides: Adm., Mary Beth Carozza; Legis., Kenny Kraft; Sec., Ginny Gano; Press, Scott Milbourne I~'~il=~'~ Peter Hoekstra (R-2-MI) 2ndTerm 75°1o ir I I 1122LHOB 202-225-4401 Fax:202-226-0779 • I ~ Biog.[aphy~b._Oct 30,1953,Gro_ni~.gen,N.ether~.ndS,m. t I';'=~I I Furniture uo. I:_xec.; Christian Herormeo; L.)lane | ~ I Johnson, 3 children; Hope Coil., B.A.;U. of MI,M.B.A.; I I | home, Holland | Dtstd¢l: 2nd Pop. 580,956; Me). Cities, Muskegon, ~ Holland; OffiCes, Holland (616)395-0030, Muskegon (616)722.8386, Cadillac (616)77543050 Committees: Budget; Eoonomic and Educational Opportunities Aides: Adm., Karen Bloch; Legis., Amy Plaster: See., Cindy Harrington; Press, Jon Brandt Martin R. Hoke (R-10-OH) 2ndTerm 51% 212 CHOB 202-225-5871 Fax: 202-225-0994 Biography: b. Ma..,v. 18_ 195,2, La_kew.ood, OH, Attorney, Phone (.;o. v~'esioent; Presbyterian; Divorced, 3 children; Amherst Coll., B.A.; Case Western Rosy., J.D.; home, Lakewood Distdd'. 10th, Pop. 570,903; Mai. City, Cleveland; Offices, Fairview Park (216)356-2010, Parma (~16)651-5700 Committees: Budget; Judiciary Aides: Adm., Diego Ruiz; Legis., Joe Eule; Scheduler, Tracie Sandlin; Press, Larry Van Hoose I Tim Holden (D-6-PA) 2ndTerm 57% 1421 LHOB 202-225-5546 Fax: 202-226-0996 Biogr.a.phy: b. M~ar. 5~.1957. St. Clair, PA, Sheriff: Catholic; m. m. uwen r~ieres, Btoemsburg U., B.S.; home, St. Clair Dlstrict: 6th, Pop. 565,757; Mai. City, Reading; Offices, Potietown (717)5224212, Reading ('215)371- 9931, Sunbury (717)988-1402 Aides: Chief of Staff, There Shipp; Legis., Stephan Bell; Pets. See., Tara Sallee; Press, Ken Mullinax ~ ~Maurice D. Hinchey (D-26-NY) Trish Reilly 2ndTerm 49% 1524 LHOB 202-225-6335 Fax: 202.226-0774 Biography: b. Oct 27, 1938 New York. NY, Environmental Activisi; Catholic; rtn. liens Madder, 3 children; State U. of NY, B.S., M.A.; Navy '56-'59; home, Saugsrlies District; 261h, Pop. 580 338' Mai. City, 8inghamton; Offices, Binghamlon (607)773-2768, IthaCa (~07)273~'~88,Xingslon {914)331-4466 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Resources Aides: Adm., Eleanor Hash-Brown; Legis., Chris Arthur; Sec., Jeff Coudnet: Press, Eric Smith Committees: Agriculture Aides: Adm., Tom Gajewski; Legis., Bruce Andrews: Scheduler-Press, ~ ~ Steve Horn (R-38-CA) 2ndTerm 69% 129 CHOB 202-225-667 6 Fax: 202-226-1012 B|ograp_h¥: b. M~,y, 31~ 19,31, SanJua.n. Ba.tista. CA, University President, I~roressor; m. Nini Moore, 2 children; Stanford U., B~.., Ph.D.; Harvard U., M.RA.; Army Rsv. '54J62; home, Long Beach Dist~ct: 38th, Pop. 572,657; Maj. Cities, Long Beach, Oowney; Offices, Lakewood (310)425-1336 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Transportation and • Infrastructure i~l Aides: Adm., Jim Dykstra; Leg, s.. Robin Traylor: Sec.. Pristine Leathers; Press, Mary Hancock Hines ~ ~r9~5 THE U.S. CONGRESS HA~o,~OOK 93 T!30763331
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Representatives Job nl-lostettle r (R-8-1N) lstTerm 52% 1404 U-fOB 202-225-4636 Fax: 202-225-3284 i~iography: b. July_t9, 1961, Ev.aqs.Ville, IN, ecnanJcal Engineer; ~aptist; m. Elizaoeth Hamman, 3 children; Rose-Hulman Inst. of Tech., B.S.; home. Wadesville District: 8th, Pop. 554,416; Maj. Cities, Evansville, Bloomington; Offices, Evansville (812)465-6484. Bloomington (8"~2)334-111 I Committees: Agriculture; National Security Aides: Adm.. Curt Smith; Legis., NancyJuday; Pets. Sec., Denise Crum; Press. Rob Ziegler Amory Houghton (R-31-NY) 5th Term 84% 1110 LHOB 202-225-3161 Fax: 202-225-5574 Biography: b. Aug. 7 1926 Coming NY, Glassworks Co. Exec.; Episcopal an; m. Pnscil a Dewey, 4 children; Harvard, B.A., M.B.A.; Marines '45-'46; home, Corning District: 31st, Pop. 580,337; Maj. Cities, Coming, Jamestown; Offices, Coming (607)937-3333, Elmira (607)734-8580, Jamestown (716)484-0252, Clean (716)372-2127 Committees: Ways and Means Aides: Adm., Brian Fitzpatrick; Legis., Marijo Gorney; Sec., Vickie Austin; Press, Chet Lunner Steny H. Hoyer (D-5-MD) 8th Term 59% 1705LHOB 202-225-4131 Fax:202-225-4300 Biography: b. June .14, 1939,New York City, NY, Attorney; Baptist; m. Judith Pickett, 3 children; U. of MD, B.S.; Georgetown, J.D,; home, Mitchellville BDIstrict: 5th, Pop. 597 681" Maj. City, Bowie. Offices, owie (301)464-6440: Wai(Jorf (301)705-9~33 Committees: Appropriations; House Oversight Aides: Adm., Betsy Bossart; Legis., Melissa Schulmann; Sec., Kathleen May; Press, Jesse Jacobs Duncan L. Hunter (R-52-CA) 8thTerm 63% 2265 RHOB 202-225-5672 Fax: 202-225-0235 Bio~raphy:b.May.31 1948 Riverside.CA Attorney; Baptist; m. LynneLayJ~, 2 children; Wester~ State U., B.S.L., J.D,; Army '69-'71: home, Alpine District: 52th, Pop. 573 203; Mai. Cities, San Diego (part); Offices, El Caj~'n (619)579-3001, Impenal (619)353-5420, Ramona (619)788-3630 Committees: National Security Aides: Adm., Vicki Middleton; Legis., Wayne Hickey; Sec., Mefinda Patterson; Press, Harald Stavenas Tim Hutchinson (R-3-AR) 2ndTerm 66% 1005 LHOB 202-225-4301 Fax: Not Public Biography: b. Aug. 11, 1949 Bentonville AR, Educator, Radio Station Owner;'Baptist; m. Donna King, 3 children; Bob Jones U., B.A.; U. ofAR. M.A.; home. Bentonville District: 3rd, Pop. 589,523- Maj. Cities Ft. Smith, Fayetteville: Offices, Fayett~'ville (501)472-5258, Ft. Smith (501)782-7787 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; Transportation and Infrastructure; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm. Ray Re~d: Legis. Randi Fredholm- Scheduler Shirley Sm=ts; Press. Chuck Seysarth " " ' 94 ~t~95 THE U.S COI',~GRESS HANDSOGK Representatives Henry J. Hyde (R-6-1L) 11th Term 74% 2110 RHOB 202-225-4561 Fax: 202-225-1240 ~logra.phy: b. Apr. 18. 1924. ChLcago, IL, Attorney; athol=c; Widower, 4 children; L~eorgetown. Loyola, J.D.; Navy '42-'46: home, Wood Dale District: 6th. Pop. 571,530; Maj. City, Chicago (NW): Offices, Addison (708)832-5950 Committees: International Relations: Judiciary Aides: Adm.-Legis., Judy Wolverton; Sec.. Ann Kelly: Press, Sam Stratman ~Bob Inglis (R-4-SC) 2ndTerm 74% 1237 LHOB 202-225-6030 Fax: 202-226-1177 Bio.g.raphy: b. Oct. 11, 1959.., Biu~on, SC, Attorney; m. Mary/~nne, 4 children: uuke U. B~A.: U. of VA. J.D.; home, Greenville District: 4th, Pop.. 581,113; Mai. City. Greenville; Offices, Greenville (803)232-1141, Spartanburg (803)582-6422, Union (803)427-2205 Committees: Budget; Judiciary Aides; Adm.-Legis., Jeff Fedorchak; Exec. Asst, Cherie Sveiven; Press, Jill Gerber Ernest Jim Istook (R-5-OK) 2ndTerm 78% 119 CHOB 202-225-2132 Fax: 202-225-1463 Biography: b. Feb. 11 1950, ,Fort Worth TX, Attorney; m. Judy Bills, 5 children; Bay~or U., B.A.; OK C ty U., J.D.; home, Oklahoma City District: 5th Pop, 521,353; Maj. City, Oklahoma City (part); Offices, Oklahoma Cty (405)942-3636, Bartlesville (918)336-5546, Ponca City (405)762-6778 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm.-Legis., Brian Lopina: Pers. Sec., Kim Rubin; Press, Steve Jones Shella Jackson Lee (D-18-TX) lstTerm 72% 15~0 LHOB 202-225-3816 Fax: 202-225-3317 Biography: b. Jan. 12, 1950, queen.s., ,NY, Attorney, City Council Member; m. Elwyn Lee, Yale U., B.S.; U. of VA, J.D.; home, Houston District: 18th, Pop. 566,217; Maj. City, Houston; Offices, Houston (713)655-0050 Committees: Judiciary; Science Aides: Adm., Pauline Higgins; Legis., Meredith Jones: Scheduler, Diedre McMorris Andrew Jacobs, Jr. (D-10-1N) 15thTerm 53% 2313 RHOB 202-225-4011 Fax: 202-225-4093 Biography: b. Feb. 24 1932, Indianapolis, IN, Attorney; Catholic; m. Kimberly Hood, 2 children; IN U., B.S., LL.B.; Marines '50-'52; home, Indianapolis District: 10th Pop. 554,416; Maj. City, Indianapolis (part); Offices, Indianapo s (317)226-7331 Committees: Ways and Means Aides: Adm.-Legis., David Wildes; Sec., DeHavdland Ray Elder THE U, S. CO~%'GRESS HA~#DSOOK95 T!30763332
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Representatives William Jefferson (D-2-LA) 3rdTerm Unc. 240 CHOB 202-225-6636 Fax: 202-225-1988 Biography: b. Mar. 14, 1947, La..ke Pmv~den.c.eI LA, Attorney; Baptist; m. Andrea ~reen, o cnharen; Southern U, BA.; Harvard. J.D.; home, New Orleans District: 2nd, Pop. 602.689; Mai. City, New Orleans; Offices. New Orleans (504)589-2274 Committees: House Oversight; National Security Aides: Adrn.-Legis., Lionel Coltins; Sec., Kristin Spoerl; Press. Mr. Jean La Place Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-30-TX) 2ndTerm 73% 1123 LHOB 202-225-8885 Fax= 202-226-1477 Blogralohy: b. Dec. 3 1935, Waco, TX Business Consu tan~; Bapt st; D vorced, 1 chi d; "IX Christ an U., B.S.; S, Methodist U., M.P.A.; home, Dallas District: 30th, Pop. 566,217; Maj. City, South Dallas; Offices, Dallas (214)922-8885 Committees: Science; Transportation and infrastructure Aides: Chief of Staff Dorothy Jackson; Legis., Greg Finley; Pets. Sec., Beth Siniawsky; Press, Li lien German ~Nancy L.Johnson (R-6-CT) 7thTerrn 64% 343 CHOB 202-225-4476 Fax: 202-225-4486 .Biography: b. Jan. 5 1935 Chicago IL, Civic Leader; Unitarian; m.Theod~'re Johnson, 3-ch dren; Radc fie, B.A.; home, New Britain District: 6th, Pop. 547,765; Maj. City, New Britain; Offices, New Britain (203)223-8412 Committees: Ways and Means; Standards of Official Conduct/Chairman Aides: Adm.-Legis., Ron Le Francois; Exec, Asst., Margo Nousen; Press, Lisa Pelosi Sam Johnson (R-3-TX) 3rdTerm 91% 1030 LHOB 202-225-4201 Fax: 202-225-1485 ~olography: b. Oct. 11, 1930 San Antonio ,T,X= Air rce Officer; Methodist; m. Shirley Me ton, 3 cn aren; So. Methodist U., B.S,; George Washington U., M.A.; Air Force '51-'79 (7yrs POW); home, Piano District: 3rd, Pop. 566,217 Mai. City, Dallas; Offices. Dal as (214)739-0182. Piano (214)423-2017 Committees= Economic and Educational Opportunities; Ways and Means Aides: Adm., Mark Franz; Legis., Michael Hanson; Sec., Leslie Gilbert; Press. Mindy Tucker Tim Johnson (D-At Large-SD) 5thTerm 62% 2438 RHOB 202-225-2801 Fax: 202-225-2427 Biography: b. Dec. 28 1946 Canton, SD, Attorney: Lutheran; m. Barbara Brook~, 3 ch Idren; U. of SD, B,A., M.A.; U. of SD, J.D.; home, Vermillion District: At Large. Pop. 696,004" Mai. City, Sioux Falls; Offices, Sioux Falls (605}33~-8896, Rapid City (605)341-3990, Aberdeen (605)226-3440 Committees: Agriculture; Resources Aides: Adm., Drey Samuelson; Legis., Dwight Fettig; Sec., Cindy Reesman: Press. Kris Bess Representatives Harry A. Johnston I! (D-19-FL) 4thTerm 66% 2458 RHOB 202-225-3001 Fax: 202-225-8791 Biography= b. Dec. 2, 1931, West Palm Beach, FL, Attorney; m. Mary Otley, 2 children; Virginia Military, B.A.; U. of FL, J.D.; Army '53-'55; home, West Palm Beach District: 19th. Pop. 562,519; Maj. City, Boynton Beach; Offices, Boynton Beach (407)732-4000. Margate (305)972-6454 Committees: Budget; International Relations Aides: Adm -Legis., Suzanne Stoll; Scheduler, Lisa White; Press, Brian Geiger ~Walter B. Jones, Jr. (R-3-NC) lstTerm ss% 214CHOB 202-225-3415 Fax: 202-225-3286 Biography: b. Feb. 10, 1943, Farmville NC, Small BusIness Exec,; Catholic; m. Joe Anne Whitehurst, 1 child;Atlantic Christian College, B.S,; home, Farmville District: 3rd, Pop. 552 377; Maj. Cities, Goldsboro, Jacksonville; Offices, Greensvi e (919)931-1003 Committees: National Security; Resources; Small Business Aides; Adm., Glen Downs; Legis,, Bob Barry; Sec., Dena Cruz; Press, Mike McClanahan Paul E. Kanjorski (D-11-PA) 6thTerm 67% 2429 RHOB 202-225-6511 Fax: 202-225-0764 Biography: b. Apr, 2, 1937, Nanticoke PA, Attorney; Catholic; m. Nancy Hickerson, 1 child; Army '60-'61; home, Nanticoke District: 11th, Pop. 565,620; Maj. City, Wilkes-Barre; Offices, Wilkes Barre (717)825-2200, Kulpmont (717)373-1541 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Gevernment Reform and Oversight Aides: Adm. Karen F,,eather; Legis,, Mike Radway; Sec., Liz Roberts; Press, Eva Maleck Marcy Kaptur (D-9-OH) 7thTerm 75% 2104 RHOB 202-225-4146 Fax: 202-225-7711 Biography: b June 17, 1946, Toledo, OH, Urban Planner; Catholic; Single, U. of W, B.A.; U. of MI, M.A.; home, Toledo District: 9th, Pop. 570,901; Ma}. City, Toledo; Offices, Toledo (419)259-7500 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm., Fariborz Fatemi; Legis., Bobble Jeanquart; Ofc. Mgr. Norma Olsen; Press. Clarice Nassif John R, Kasich (R-12-OH) 7thTerm 62% 1131L HOB 202-225-5355 Fax:202-225-7695 Biography: b May. 13 1952, McKees Rocks. PA. State LegIslator; Catholic; Sing e, OH State, B,A.; home, Westerville District: 12th, Pop. 570,902; Maj. City, Columbus; Offices. Columbus (614)469-7318 Committees= Budget/Chairman; National Security Aides: Adm.-Legis., Don Thibaut: Exec. Asst.. Mimi McCarthy. Press. Bruce Cuthbeqson ~199S THE U.S. CO,*#GR~SS HAIVOSOOK e " T]30763333
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Representatives ..... ,~~" . Representatives Sue W. Kelly (R-19-NY) lstTerm 52% 1~337 LHOE~ 202-225-5441 Fax: 202-225-3289 Biograph.~: b. Sop. 2~ 1.936, Lim.a,~OH. R.eal Estate Investor, Health Care vroressiona~; rresby~erian; m. Edward Kelly, 4 children; Dennison U., B.A.; Sarah Lawrence College.. M.A.; home, Katonah Distil=: 19th. Pop. 580,337; Ma). City, Poughkee.ps~e; Offices. Wappingers Fall (914)297o5711, Ossining (914)762-7561 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Small Business; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm., Dennis Lambert; Legis., Steve Hall; Pers. See., Maureen Huff; Press, Dan Boston Joseph P. Kennedy, I( (D-8-MA} 5thTerm Unc. 2242 RHOB 202-225-5111 Fax: 202-225-9322 ~.xiOgraphy:_b.Sop.24 1952 Brighton MA,..Co, rp.orate ecut=ve; Catholic; ~. Beth Cumin ngs, ~" cn~ dren; U. of MA, B.A.; home, Brighton District: 8th. Pop. 601,643; Mai. C(ty, Boston; Offices, Boston (617)242-0200 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Veterans' Affairs Aides; Adm. David McKean; Legis.. Jonathan Miller; Sec., Beth Kelly; Press, Nancy Mathis Patrick Kennedy (D-1-RI) lstTerm 54% 1505 LHOB 202-225-4911 Fax: 202-225-3290 Biography: b. July 14, 1967 Brig.hton,,MA,...Pub.lic Official State Representati~/e; uathodc; 'Single, Providence College, B.A.; home, Providence District: 1st, Pop. 501 677; Ma. Cities, Pawtucket, Prov dence; Offices, Pawtucket (401)729-5600 Committees: National Security; Small Business Aides: Adm.-Scheduler-Press, Tony Marcella; Legis., Deanna Kirtman Barbara B, Kennelly (D-I-CT) 8th Term 73% 201CHOB 202-225-2265 Fax:202-225o1031 Biography: b. July10 1936 Hartford CT, Public Official; m. James Y, ent~elly, 4 children; Trinity, B.A,, M~.: home. Hartford District: 1st, Pop. 549,068: Maj. City, Hartford; Offices, Hartford (203)278-8888 Committees: Ways and Means; Dem. Caucus/Vice Chair Aides: Adm., Ross Brown; Legis., Patricia Kery; Exec. Asst., Emma Lee Ha~rell: Press, Maureen Driscoll ~ Jay C. Kim (R-41-CA) 2ndTerm 62% 435 CHOP, 202-225,-3201 Fax: 202-226-1485 Bio~]raphy: b Mar 27, 193.9, Seoul, Korea Mayor. Engineering Executive; Methodist; m. ~lune. 3 chddren; U. So. CA (L.A.), B.A., M.S.; CA State U. (L.A.). M.P.A.; home. Oiamor~d Bar District: 41th. Pop. 572.663; Maj. City, Ontario: Offices, Ontario (909)988-1055, Yorba Linda (714)572-8574 Committees: International Relations; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm.-Legis. Matthew Reynolds; Sec., Vatene Brooks; Press, Ron Bonjean [ -,=~- I PeterT. King (R-3-NY) 2ndTerm 69% 224CHOB 202-225-7896 Fax:202-226-2279 Biography: b. Apr. 5..1944,, New York, NY, Att..orney, County Comptroller; uathol=c; m. Rosemary w=edl, 2 children; St. Francis Coll., B.A.; Notre Dame U., J.D.; home, Seaford Dlstrict; 3rd, Pop. 580 337' Mai, Cit~/, Hicksville; Offices, Meadville (81~l'i72~-8414. Ene (814)456- 2038. Hermitage (412)342-6132, Butler (412)285-7005 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; international Relations Aides; Adm. Jonathan Hymes; Legis., Kerry O'Hare; Sec., Carolyn Radcliff; Press. Daniel Michaelis Jack Kingston (R-1-GA) 2ndTerm 76°/° 1507 LHOB 202-225-5831 Fax~202-226-2269 Blograp_hy: b. Apr. 24 1955, Athens, GA Insurance Agent, State Representative; Episcopalian; m. Libby, 4 children; U. of GA, B.A.; home, Savannah " District: 1st, Pop. 589,545; Maj, City, Savannah; Offices, Savannah (912)352-0101, Statesboro (912)489-8797, Brunswick (912)265-9010 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm.. Pau| Powel~; Legis., C{iff Humphrey; Sec., Kadeen Mahn; Press, Robyn Ridgley Gerald D. Kletzka (D-4-Wl) 7thTerm 54% 2301 RHOB 202-225-4572 Fax: 202-225-8135 .Biography: b._Nov. 26 19.43, Milwauk,ee, Wl, /kccountant; m. ~onnie Scott, home, MilwauKee District: 4th, Pop. 541,241; Maj. City, Milwaukee; Offices, Milwaukee (414)297-1140, Waukesha (414)549-6360 Committees: Ways and Means Aides: Adm.-Sec., Jennifer McKenzie; Legis.-Press, Orlando Y~nauss; Sec., Jennifer McKenzie ~Dale E. Kildee (D-9-MI) 10thTerm 51% 2187 RHOB 202-225-3611 Fax: 202-225-6393 B~iography: b. Sep. 16 1929 Flint MI Teacher t;atholic: m Gayle He~, 3 children! Sa~red Heart Semin., B.A.; U. of MI, MA.; home, Rint District: 9th. Pop. 580 957- Maj. City, Flint" Offices, Flint (313)239.1437, P~ntia~ (313)373-933~' Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; Resources A des: Adm -Press, Christopher Mansour; Legis., Larry Rosenthal" Sec., Dolores Nouhan ~Ron Klink (D-4-PA) 2ndTerm 64% 125 CHOB 202-225-2565 Fax: 202-226-2274 Biography: b. Sep. 23. 1951, Canton, OH, TV Journalist, Restauranteur: United Church of Christ: m. Linda, 2 children; home, Jeannette District: 4th, Pop. 565 837; Maj. City. New Castle; Offices, N.Huntington (412)864.8681. New Castle (412)654-9036, Beaver (412)728-3005 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm.. Brenton .A.yer; Legis.o Pater Madaus; Exeo. Asst.. Mary Flanagan; Press, Mary Kzeman 98 ~995 THE U,S. CONGRESS HANDSOOK THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK ~ TI30763334
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• 1113LHOB 202-225-2906 Fax:202-225-6942 =" ~ ~ lography_: b. Jan. 16 1953, Milwaukee, ~. us~ness ~xecutive, TV Journa isl; Calholic; m. Tess Summers, 3 children; Lawrence U.. B.S.; Northwestern. M.S.J., U. cf WI, M.B.A4 home, Madison District: 2rid. Pop. 543,532; Maj. City, Madison- Offices, Madison (608)257-9200 ' Committees: Commerce Representatives ~Tom Lantos (D-12oCA) 8thTerm 2217 RHOB 202-2253531 Fax: 202-225-3127 Biography: b Feb. 1. 1928, Budapest, Hgry., Economics Professor; Jewish: m. Annette ]illemann, 2 children; U. of WA, B.A., M.A.; U. of CA, Ph.D.; home, Hillsborough gistrl¢t:121h, Pop. 571,535; Ma}. Cities, S. San Franckco, San Melee; O~ces, San Melee (415)342-0300 committees: Government Reform and Oversight; International Aides; Adm., Brandon Scholz; Legis., Pat Browne; Sac., Laura Imhoff; Press, Pare Arruda ~Joseph Knollenberg (R-11-MI) 2ndTerm 68% 1221 LHOB 202-225-5802 Fax: 202-226-2356 Biography: b. Nov. 28 f933 Mattoon, LL I.nsurance Co.-Owner: Catholic; ~. Son'Ira Moco, z cnildren; Ea.IL U., B.S: Army '55-'57; home, Bloomfield Hills District: 111h, Pop. 580 956; Mej. City, Farmington H s; Offices, FarmingtonH IIs (801)852-1366 Committees: Appropriations; Economic and Educational Opportunities Aldes~ Adm., Paul Welday; Legis,, Craig Piercy; Sac., Lisa Kennedy; Press, Dan Boston L~Jim Kolbe (R-5-AZ) 6thTerm 6s% 205 CHOB 202-225-2542 Fax: 202-225-0378 Biography: b. June 28 1942, Evanston It, Real Estate; Methodist; Si~'gle, Northwest~'rn, B.A.; Stanford, M.B.A.; Navy '67-'69; home, Tucson District: 5th, Pop. 610 871" Maj. City Tucson: Offices Tucson (602)881-358~. Sierra Vista'(602)459-3115' Committees: Appropriations; Budget Aides: Adm., Laurie Fenton; Legis., Michael Jimenez; Sac., Natalie Zoll; Press, Doug Nick John J. LaFalce (D-29-NY) 11thTerm 55% 2310 RHOB 202-225.3231 Fax: 202-225-8693 ~iography:b. Oct. 6 1939 Buffalo N~ Attorney; atSolic; m. Patrieia Fib, her, 1 ~hild; Canisi~s College, B.S.; Villanova, J.D.; Army '65-67; home, Tonawanda District: 291h Pop. 580 337' Maj. City, Buffalo; Offices, Buff~.lo (716)8~6-4~)56, Niagara Falls (716)284-9976. Rochester (716)352.4777 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Small Business/ Ranking Aides: Adm., Ronald Maselka; See., Jane Mulliken; Press, Gary Luczak Ray LaHood (R-18-1L) lstTerm 60% 329 CHOB 202-225-6201 Fax: 202-225-9249 Relations Aides: Adm.-Press, Robert King; Legis., Christoph Walker; Sac., Helena Anderson Steve Largent (R-l-OK) 2ndTerm 63% 4"~0 CHOB 202-225-2211 Fax: 202-225-9187 Biogra, phy: b. Sep. 28, 1954 Tulsa,OK, Marketing Census[ant Pro Football Play'r; m. Terry Bullock, z, children; U. of Tulsa, B.S.; home, Tulsa District: 1st, Pop. 527,594; Maj. City, Tulsa; O~ces, Tulsa (918)749-0014 Committees: Budget; Science Aides: Adm., Terry Allen; Legis., Marie Wheat; See., Lucy EIkins; Press, Nicholas Thimmesch ~~1~ Torn Latharn (R-5-1A) lstTerm 61% 516 CHOB 202-225-5476 Fax: 202-225-3301 Biography: b. July 14, 1908, Hampton, IA, Farmer, See~l company owner; Lutheran; m. Kathy Swanson, 3 children; home. Sioux City District: 5th, Pop. 555 457; Maj. Cities, Sioux City, Mason City; Otfices, Sioux C=ty (712)277-2114, Orange City (712)737-8708, Fort Dodge (515)573- 2738 Committees: Agriculture; Transportation and |nfrastr~ctur~ Aides: Chief of Staff, Vicky Vermatt; Adm.-Sched., Nancy Sheppard; Legis., Tom Bonner; Press, James C. Cartensen St~'en LaTourette (R-19-OH) 1 stTerm 48% 1508 LHOB 202-225-5731 Fax: 20~-225-3307 Biography: b.July22 1954,C eveland O,H. Attorne, y, County Prosecutor; Methodist; m. Susan ~,oprowsK, 4 chi|dren: U. ot M~, B.A.; Cleveland State U.. J.O.; home, Madison District: 19th Pop. 570,901; Maj. City. Willoughby Hills; Offices, Painesv le (216)352-3939 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Transportation and tnfrastructur~ Aides: Adm., Brian Durdle; Legis.. Mike Riith; Sac. Kathy Donahue; Press. Dabble Winston Biography: b. Dec. 6 1945 Peoria IL Congressional Aide. Educator; Calh~lic; ~. KathY; D~nk, 4children; Bradley U., B.S.; home. Peoria District: 181h Pop. 571 530' Mai. Cities Peoria, Jacksonvifle~ Offices, 'l~eo~ia. (309)67'1-7027, Jacksonville (217)245-1431, Springfield (217)793- 0808 Committees: Agriculture; Transportation and Intrastructure Aides: Adm. O one Ltesman: Legis Paul Vinovich Chris Guidry; Sac., Joan M=tchell; Press. Tim Buffer ' ' THE U.S, CONGRESS HAND,~G~K I~ ~ GregLaughlin(D-14-TX)4thTerrn ~ I 442CHOB 202-225-2831 Fax: 202-225-1108 ~ ~ I Biography: b._Jan. 21, 1942, Bay City, TX, Attorney; ~ I Methodist: m. r3 nger Jones 2 cl~ildren; ~ | Texas A&M B.A.; U. ofT'X. LL.B.: Army '~/-'b~, ~sv. ~ | '70-'89; home, West Columbia ~I~ Dlalrict: 14th. Pop. 566,217; Maj. City, Victoria; ~ Offices, Victoria (512)576-123t, San Marcos (512)396-1400, West Columbia (409)345-1414 Committees: Transportation and Infrastructure; Select )ntelJigence Aides:Adm RobertGrassaLegs JohnnyE~etze-Sec Co[IeanCarroll; Press, Erin Kelly O/~3S THE U.S~ CO;~GRESS HA~ID~OOK= T!30763335
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Representatives [~1~ j Rick A.Lazio (R-2-NY} 2ndTerm 6~% 314 CHOB 202-225-3335 Fax: 202-225-4689 _Biography: b. Mar. 13, 1958., West Islip, N~'~, Attorney;, Cathohc; m. Patricia, 1 child; Vassar boll., B.A.; American U., J.D.; home, Bdghtwaters District: 2nd, Pop. 580,337; Maj. Cities, Babylon, Istip; Offices. Babylon (516)893-9010 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Budget Representatives Ron Lewis (Ro2-KY) 2ndTerm 60% 412 CHOB 202-225-3501 Fax: 202-226-2019 Biography: b. Sop. 14,1946. South Shore KY, Small Businessman, MInister. Educator: Bapti~'t; m. Kayi Gambill. 2 children; U. of k-'Y, B.A.; Morehead State U., M.A.; home, Cecilia , District: 2rid, Pop. 614,711; Mai. Cities, Bowling Green, Elizabetht0wn; Offices, Bowling Green '(502)842-9896, Elizabethtown (502)765-4360. ~" ~ Owensboro (502)686`8858 Aides: Chief of" Staff, Joel D. Kassiday; Legis., Tim Miller: Sec., Patdcia McCIoskey; Press, Mark Woolley James A. Leach (R-I-IA) 10thTerm 60% 2186 RHOE~ 202-225-6576 Fax: 202-225-1278 Biograp .hy: b. Oct. 15, 1942, Davenpo, rt, IA Propane Gas Marketer; ~:piscopalian; m. Elisaoeth Foxley, 2 children; Princeton, B.A.; John Hopkins, M.A; home, Davenport District: 1st, Pop. 555,229; Maj. City, Cedar Rapids; Offices, Davenport (319)326-1841, Cedar Rapids (319)363-4773, Iowa City (319)351-0789 Committees: Banking and Financial Services/Chairman; International Relations Aides: Adm., Bill Tare; Sec, Sarah Anne Morgan; Press, Joe Pinder ~ SanderM.Levin(D-12-MI)7thTerm 52% - "-'~ 2230 RHOB 202-225-4961 Fax; 202-225-1033 .Biography; b. Sop. 6 1931 Detroit .MI Attorney; Jewish; m. Victoria Schiafer, 4 ~hildren; u. ~f Chicago, B.A.; Columbia, M.A., Harvard, J.D.; home, Southfield Distr|¢t; 12th, Pop. 560 956; Maj. Cities, Warren, Stering Heights; Offices, Warren (313)559-4444 Committees; Ways and Means Aides: Adm., Bob Crane; Legis., Bill Olson; Sec., Carol Ditta Jerry Lewis (R-40-CA)9thTerm 71% 2112RHOB 202-225-5861 Fax:202-225-6498 ~xiOgraphYLb. Oct, 21 1934,Seattle WA, Insurance ecut=ve; ~resbyter an; m. Ar one £~ s, 7 ch dren; UCLA, B.A.; home, Redlands District: 40th, Pop. 573,625; Maj. City, San Bernardino; Offices. Redlands (714)862-6030, Barstow (619)235-1523 Committees; Appropriations; Select Intelligence Aides; Adm., Arlene Willis; Legis., Dec Syers; Exec. Asst., Deborah McPherson; Press, Dave LesStrang ~~JJohn Lewis (D-5-GA) 5thTerm 69% 229 CHOB 202-225-3801 Fax: 202-225-0351 _Biography: b. Feb. 19 1940 Troy~ AL, City Council uap~ist; m. L an M es, 1 ch d; Bapt. Thee. Sere., B.A., Fisk U., B.A.; home, Atlanta District: 5th, Pop. 586,485; Maj. City, Atlanta; Offices, Atlanta (404)659-0116 Committees; Ways and Means; Chief Deputy Whip Aides: Adm., James Waller; Legis., Deborah Spielberg; Sec., Kim Greene; Press. Ronald Roach Committees: Agriculture; National Security Aides: Adm., Grog Van Tatenhove; Legis., Helen McCarthy; Sec., Jane Riddleberger; Press, John McGary Jim Lighffoot (R-3-1A) 6th Term 58% 2161 RHOB 202-225-3806 Fax: 202-225-6973 Biography: b. Sep. 27, 1938, Soux City, IA Radio Broadcasts, r; Catholic; m. Nancy Harrison, 4 children; Army Rsv. 55-'63: home, Shenandoah District; 3rd, Pop, 555,299; Mai. Cities, Ames, Burlington; Offices, Shenandoah (712)246-1984. Indianola (515)961-0591, Burlington (319)753-6415, Ames (515)232-1288 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm,, Barbara Schlein; Legis., Julie Manes; Scheduler, Kathy Nelson Blanche Lambert Lincoln (D-leAR) 2ndTerm 54% 1204 LHOB 202-225-4076 Fax: 202-225-4654 ~iography: b. Sep. 30 1960 Helena, ,.AR, Go~vt. onsultant, Congressional Aide; Episcopalian; m. ur. Steve Lincoln, Randolph Macon, B.S.; home, Helena District: 1st, Pop. 588,588; Maj. Cities, Jonesboro. W. Memphis; Offices, Jonesboro (501)972-4600 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm. Russ Orban; Legis,, Mindy Byrnes-O'Brien; Sec., Sandy Webster: Press, Key Rucker ~ John Linder (R-4-GA) 2ndTerm 58% 1318 LHOB 202-225-4272 Fax: 202-225-4696 Biography: b. Sop. 9 1942, Deer River, MN, Financial Co. Premdent, Dentist: Presbyterian; m. Lynne Peterson, 2 children: U. of MN, B.S.. O.O.S.; Air Force '67-'69; home, Chamblee District; 4th. Pop. 586,293; Maj. Cities, Atlanta. Decatur; Offices, Atlanta (404)936-9400 Committees: Rules Aides: Adm., Robert C. Varga; Legis.. Henry G. Plaster; Sec.. Marie Vachon; Press, E.R. Gregory William O. Lipinski (D-3-1L) 7thTerm 54% 1501LHOB 202-225-5701 Fax:202-225-1012 Biography: b. Dec. 22, 1937, Chicago, IL Parks Super ntendent; Catholic; m. Rose Mane, 2 children; Army Rsv. '61-'67; home, Chicago District: 3rd, Pop. 571,531; Maj. City, Chicago (South); Offices, Chicago (312)886-0481 Committees; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Chief of Staff, George Edwards; Legis.. Jeff Geodell; Execo Asst.. Beverly Griffin 102 ~1995 THE[J.S CCNGRESS HA~DBOGK ~1995 THE U.S COt,'GRESS HANDBOOK T130763336
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Representatives ~Bob Livingston (R-1-LA) 10th Term Un¢. 2405 RHOB 202-225-3015 Fax: 202-225-0739 Biography~ b. Apr. 3.0. 1943,_Colorad_o S~p.ri.ng CO Attorney; ~-piscopalian; m. ~onnie HoDicnaux, 4 children; Tulane, B A. LLB.; Navy "60-'62; home, Metairie District: 1st, Pop.. 602,859; Maj. City, Metairie; O~ces, Meta~rie (504)589-2753, Slidell (504)643-7733o Hammond (504)542-9616 Committees: Appropdati3ns/Chairman Aides: Adm.. Allen Martin; Legis., Paul Cambon; Pers. Sec., Jane Graham: Press, Quin Hillyer ~Frank LoBiondo (R-2-NJ) lstTerm 65% 513 CHOB 202-225-6572 Fax: 202-225-3318 B_lography: b. Ma, y. 12, 1946, Bridgeto~n, N.J, Trucki~ng uo. Mgr.; Catholic; m. Jan Dwyer, z cnildren; st. Joseph's U., B.S.; home, Vineland District: 2nd POp. 594,630; Maj. Cities, Atlantic City, Vineland; O~ices, Linwood (609)927-4442 Committees; Banking and Financial Services; Small Business Aides: Chief of Staff, Mary Annie Harper; Legis., Claire Hedley; Sec., Susan Marshall; Press, Steve Wilson ~"-':-'-" ": ;:" Zoe Lofgren (D-16-CA) lstTerm 65% .. 118 CHOB 202-225-3072 Fax: 202-225-3336 ~Biography: b. Dec. 21._, 1947 Pale Alto C,A, Attor,,ney. J~" ~ County Supervisor, uongressional Aiae; m. ,~ohn Collins, 2 children; Stanford, B.A., Santa Clara U., J.D.; ~ - --' home, San Jose District: 16th Pop. 571,551; Maj. Cities, San Jose, Gilroy; Off ces, San Jose (408)271-8700 Committees: Judiciary; Science Aides: Chief of Staff, Mavis Toscano; Sec., Dorris Barnes ~James Longley, Jr, (R-l-ME) lstTerm 52% 226 CHOB 202-225-6116 Fax: 202-225-3353 ~iography: b. July 7, 1951 Lewiston ME Attorney, ~mall Bus. Tax Consultant; Cathol c; m. Ann Leoe, 2 children; Holy Cross, A.B.; U. of ME, J,D.; Marines '76-'79; home, Falmouth District: 1st, Pop. 636,486: Maj. Cities, Portland, Augusta; Offices, Portland (207)774-5019 Committees: National Security; Resources; Small Business Aides: Adm.-Legis., Floyd Rutherford; Sec., Linda Rinehart; Press, Anna Matz ~ Nita M. Lowey (D-18-NY) 4thTerm 67% 2421 LHOB 202-225-6506 Fax:202-225-0546 d.~..,,.,,~s; m. Steven, 3 ~hildr~n; Mr. ~-Iol~}oke Col., B.A.; home, Harrison District: 18th Pop. 580 337' Mai. City White Plains; Offices, Whiie Plains i914)428-17~', Rego Park (718)897-3602 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm.. Scott Fleming; Sec., Randy Stokes: Press. Howard Wolfson 104 ~1995 THE U.S. CGNGRESS H~DE,~K Representatives Frank D. Lucas (R-6oOK) 2ndTerm 70% 107 CHOB 202-225-5565 Fax: 202-225,-8698 Bio~raph~ b. Jan. 6 1960, Cheyenne OK, Farmer/ Rancher, State Representative; Baptist~ m. Lynda, 3 children; OK State U., B.S.. home. Cheyenne District: 6th, Pop. 523,244 Ma~. Cities. Oklahoma City, En;d; Offices, Oklahoma City (405)231-5511. Enid (405)233-9224, Woodward (405)256-5752 Committees: Agriculture; Banking and Financial Services Aides: Adm., Allen Wright; Legis., Michael Bertmen; Scheduler, Stacey Glesscock; Press, Randy Swanson ~William (Bill) Luther (D.6-MN) lstTerm 50% 1419LHOB 202-225-2271 Fax: 202-225-3368 Biography: b. June 27,, 1945, Fer~us Falls, MN, Attorney; m. Darlene, 2 children; U. of ~IN, B.S.; home, . Oakdale District: 6th, Pop. 546,888; Maj. Cities, Brooklyn Park, Plymouth; Offices, Woodbury (612)730-4949 Committees: Science; Small Business Aides: Adm., Suzanne Korow; Legis., Sean McDonough; Sec., Chris Hoven; Press, Robert DeCheine ~Carolyn B. Maloney (D-14-NY) 2ndTerm 63% 1504 LHOB 202-225-7944 Fax: 202-225-4.709 Biography: b. Feb. 18, 1948, Greensboro, NC, Teacher; Presbyterian; m. Clifton, 2 children; Greensboro Coll., B.A.; home, New York City District: 14th Pop. 580,337; Maj. Cities, Manhattan, Brooklyn; OffiCes, NYC (212)832-6531 Commlttees: Banking and Financial Services; Government Reform and Oversight Aides: Adm., Jeremy Rabinovitz; Legis., Aaron Lowenthal; Appt. Sec., Susan Raines ~Tho~nas J.Manton (D-7-NY) 6thTerm 87% 2235 RHOB 202-225-3965 Fax: 202-225-1909 Biography: b. Nov 3, 1932 New York City, NY, Attorney Catholic m. Diane Schley, 4 children; St. John's U., B.A., LL.B; Marines '51-'53; home. Sunnyside District: 7th, Pop. 580,337; Maj. City, Queens; Offices, Sunnysi de (718)706-1400, Bronx (718)931 - 1400 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm.-Press, Steve Vest; Legis., Elaine Simek: Sec.. Tare Thompson Don Manzullo (R-16-1L) 2ndTerm 71% 426 CHOB 202-225-5676 Fax: 202-225-5254 Biography: b. Mar. 24, 1944, Rockford, IL, Attorne~ Author; Radio Talk Show Host: Baptist: m. Alfreda, 3 children; American U., B.A.; Marquette U.,J.D.; home, Bryon District: 16th, Pep. 571,530; Maj. Cities, Rockford, Freeport; Offices, Rockford (815)394-1231, Crystal Lake (815)356-9800 Committees: International Relations; Small Business; Joint Economic Aides: Adm.. Jim Thacker; Legis, Phil Eskeland: Scheduter. Arvy Press. Chris Hamrick ~rs£5 ~E U.S. CONGRESS HA~'DBOOK tu T!30763337
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Representatives Edward J. Markey (D-7-MA) 11thTerm 64% ~33F~H08 2~2-225-2836 Fax:;'202-225-'f716 Biography: b Ju!y 11 1946, Maiden, MA, Attorney;, CatSolic; m. Dr. Susa( Blumenthal, Boston College, A.B., J.D.; home. Malden District: 7th Pop. 601,642" Maj. Cities, Malden, Medford; OffiCes, Medford (6'17)396-2900 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm., David Moulton; ; Legis., Jeff Duncan; Exec. Asst, Nancy Morrisey Matthew G. Martinez (D-31.CA) 8th Term 59% 2239 RHOB 202-225-5464 Fax: 202-225-5467 Biography: b. Feb. 14, 1929, Walsenbu.rg, CO, Upholsterin9 Co. Owner; Catholic: m. Elvira ~'orba, 5 children; home, Monterey Park District: 31st Pop. 572 643' Maj. City, E. LosAngeles; Offices, Alhambra (81~)45~o4524 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; International Relations Aides: Adm.-Legis.-Press, Max Grank Sac., Christy Nuce William J, Martini (R-8-NJ) lstTerm so% 1513 LHOB 202-225-5751 Fax: Not Public Biography: b Feb. 10, 1947, Passe c, N J, Attorney, City Councilman; Catholic m. Gloria DeStefano, 2 ch dren; Villanova U., B.A.; Rutgers U., J.D.; home, Clifton District: 8th, Pop. 594,629; Maj City, Paterson; Offices, Paterson (201}523-5152 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm., Ellen Raymond; Legis, Jonathan Blyth; Scheduler, Bess Conway; Press, Beau Phil ps Frank R. Mascara (D-20-PA) lstTerm 53% 1531 LHOB 202-225-4665 Fax: 202-225-3377 Biography: b. Jan. 19, 1930, Belle Vernon, PA, Accountant, County Commissioner; Catholic; m. Delores, 4 children; U. of PA, B.S.; Army; home, Charleroi District; 20th, Pop. 565,810; Maj. Cities, Washington, Bethe~ Pa~k: Offices, Washington {4 t2)228-4326 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Veterans' Affairs Aides= Adm., Bi(I Sember; Legis.-Press, Bonnie Lowrey; Sec., Tricia Wilson ~Elob Matsui (D-5-CA) 9thTerm 68% 2311RHOB 202-225-7163 Fax:202-225-0566 Biography: b. Seo 17 1941 Sacramento CA, Attorney; Methodist: m. I~oris ~)'kada, 1 child;'U, of CA (Berkeley), B A ; Hastings J.D" home Imperial Beach ..... District: 5th, Pop. 573 247" Maj. City, Sacramento; Offices. Sacramento (9'~6)5~1-2846 Committees: Ways and Means Aid as: Adm.-Legis.. Tom Keaney; Sac.. Shirley Que, ia; Press, Carri Zieg]er 106 ~19.,q5 THE U S. CONGRESS HAND.~O~K ~ , Representatives Karen McCarthy (D-5,MO) lstTerm 57% 1232 LHOB 202-225-4535 Fax: 202-225-4403 ~iography: b. Mar. I8. 1947. _H.averhi]t. MA. Teacher, nanc~al Analyst; Catholic; bingle. U. of KS, B.S., M BA : U. of MO, M A ; home, Kansas City District: 5th, Pop. 569,130; Mai. City, Kansas City; Offices, Kansas City (816)842-4545 Committees: Science; Sm~l Business Aides: Adm.-Press, Howard Bauleke; Legis, Chris Yatooma; Sec, Becky Banta-Kuhn ~Bill McCollum (R-8-FL) 8th Term Unc. 2266 RHOB 202.225-2176 Fax: 202-225-0999 _Biography: b.July 12 1944 Brooksville FL, Attorney; ~-piscopa,an; m. Ingrid Seebohm, 3 ch dren; U. of FL, B.A., J.D.; Navy'69:72; home, Altamonte Springs District: 8th, Pop. 562,518; Maj. City, Orlando: Offices, Orlando (407)872-1962 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Judiciary; Select Intelligence Aides; Chief of Staff, Vaughn Forrest; Adm., Donalo Morrisey; Legis.. Doyle E~rttet; Sac., Ma~ F~ead; Press, Andi D~lJon Jim McCrery (R-S-LA) 5thTerm Unc, 225 CHOB 202.225-2777 Fax: 202-225-8039 Biograph..y: b. Sep. 18 194.9, Shrevep,or.t, LA, Attorney, L;ongressional Aide; Method st; m. ,~onnette Hawkins, 1 child; LA Tech, B.A.; LA State U., J.D.; home, Shreveport District: 5th, Pop. 602,816; Mai. City, Shreveport; Offices, Shreveport (318J798-2254. Monroe (318)388-6105 Committees: Ways and Means Aides: Adm., Richard Hunt; .... Legis., Bill Glore: Sac., Christine Negley- Hanson; t~ress, L:amp ~aulman ~Joseph M. McDade (R-10-PA) 17thTerm 66% 2107 RHOB 202-225-3731 Fax: 202-225-9594 B_.iogr.aphy: b~ Sel~. 29,1931, Scranton, PA,, Attorney: ~atholic; m. ~arah Scripture, b children; u. of Notre Dame, B.A.; U. of PA, LL.EL; home, Scranton District: 10th, Pop. 565,974; Ma. City, Scranton; Offices, Scranton (717)346-3834. W Iliamsport (717)327-8161 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm.-Legis., John Enright; Sac.. Linda Hewitl; Press. Jake O'Donnell ~J1m McDermott (D-7-WA) 4thTerm 76% 2349RHOB 202-225-3106 Fax:202.225-9212 ~Biography: b. Dec. ~8, 1936. Chicago, rsychiatrist; Episcopafian; Divorced. 2 children; Wheaton. B.S.; U. of IL, M.D.; Navy '68-'70; home. Seattle District: 7th, Pop. 560,000; Maj. C~ty, Seattle; Offices. Seattle (206)553-7170 Committees: Ways and Means; Standards of Official Conduct/Ranking Aides: Adm.-Legis., Charles M. Williams; Sac.. Wilde E. Chisolm; Press, Peter Ruhin THE U.S. COhtGRESS HA~DBOOK 107 Ti30763338
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r :lepresentatives '~ PaulMcHale (D-'tS-PA) 2n dTerm 48% 217 CHOR 202-225-6411 Fax: 202-225-5320 Biography: b. July 26,1950. Be..thle, ~em, PA., A,~orney; Catholio; m. Katherine Pecka, ;~ cnildren; Lehigh U., ". ~ B.A.; Georgetown U., J.D.; Marines '72-'74; home, Bethlehem District: 15th, Pop. 565 824; Maj. Cities, Allentown Beth ahem: Offices, Bethlehem (215}866-0916, A[ entown (215)439-886t, E; ~ton (215)258-8383, Pennsburg (215)541~614 Committees: National Security; Science Aides: Adm.. Herbert Giobbi; Leg,s., Cnst=n Carry; ; Exec. Asst., Nancy McCIoskey: Press, Amy Gergely John M. McHugh (R-24-NY) 2ndTerm 78% 416CHOB 202-225-4611 Fax:202-226-0621 Biography: b. Sep. 29, 1948, Watertown NY, State Senator; Catholic; m. Katherine, Syracuse U., B.A.; State U. of NY, M.A.: home, PierrepontManor District: 24th, Pop. 580,338; Maj. Cities. Watertown, Plattsburgh; Offices, Watertown (315)782-3150. Plattsburgh (518)563-1406 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; National Security Aides: Adm., Cary Bock; Legis., Judith Brewer; Sec., Donna Bell; Press, Charles Plumpton Scott Mclnnis (R-3-CO) 2ndTerm 70% 215 CHOB 202-225-4761 Fax: 202-225-0622 Biography: b. May. 9 1953 Glenwood Sl~s., CO, Attorney, Policeman;'Cath~lic; m. Lori Smith, 3 children; Ft. Lewis Coll,. B.A., St. Mary's U., J.D.; home, Glenwood Springs District: 3rd, Pop. 549,062' Maj. City, Pueblo; Offices, Pueblo (719)543-8200, ~rand Junction (303)245- 7107, Durango (303)259-2754 Committees: Rules Aides: Adm, Stephannie Finley; Legis,. David Bernhardt; Sac., Tracy Trant; Press, Audrey Hudson David M. Mclntosh (R-2-1N) lstTerm 54% 1206 LHOB 202-225-3021 Fax:202-225-3382 Biography: b. June 8 1958, Kenda Ivil e N Attorney, Pub3ic Policy Analyst, White HouSe Aide; Episcopalian; m. Elizabeth Ruhtie, Yale U., B.S.U. of Chicago, J.D.; home, Muncie District: 2nd Pop. 554 416' Maj. Cities Muncie, Richmond; Offices, Mun~ie (~17)747-5566 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; Government Reform and Oversight Aides: Adm., Devin Anderson; Legis., Mark Epley; Sac., Betsy Thraves; Press, Chris Jones 2ndTerm 65% 307 CHOB 202-225-1956 Fax: 202-226-0683 ~Biography: b. Sop. 9 1938 Tuunga CA Clothing Cha=n Owner; Morrno~ m. P~tricia Ku~z, ~ children; Br gham Young U., B,A.; home, Santa Clarita District: 25th. Pop. 573 105" Maj. Cities L.A. Santa Ctar ta: Off cos. Palm'ale '(805)948-~833,' Santa Clanta (805)254-2111. San Femando (818)885-1032 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; National Security Aides: Actrn -Leg, s. Bcb Coch'an: Sac. Marcy Benson; Press. Armando C, zar'3za 108 ~5 THE US CONGRESS HAf,'~BO~K Representatives Cynthia Ann McKinney (D-11-GA) 2ndTerm 66% 124CHOB 202-225-1605 Fax:202-225-0691 Biogr.a.phy.~ b. Mar. 17, 1955. Atlanta. GA. Educator; Catho~ic; uivorced, 1 child: U. orS. CA. B.A.; home. Lithonia District: 11th, Pop. 586,196; Maj. Cibes. Savannah, Augusta; Offices. Decatur (404)244-9902, Savannah (912)652-4118. Augusta (706)722*7551 Committees: Agriculture; International Relations Aides: Adm.-Legis.. Andrea Young; Scheduler, David Taylor: Press, Omar Jabara Michael R. McNulty (D-21-NY) 4th Term 71% 2442 RHOB 202-225-5076 Fax: 202-225-5077 ~iography: b. Sop. 16 19~7, Troy, NY. State Offic.ia, I; atholic: m. Nancy Ann Lazzaro, 4 ch dren; Holy Cross, A.B.: home, Green Island District: 2let, Pop. 580,337; Maj. Cities. Albany, Schenectady; Offices, Schenectady (518)374-4547, Albany (518)465-0700, Troy (518)271-0822 Committees: International Relations Aides: Chief of Staff, Lane Helfrich; Legis., Jim Glenn; Press. Charles Segal ~L~ Martin (Marty) T. Meehan (D-5-MA) 2ndTerm 70% 318 CHOB 202-225-3411 Fax: 202-225-0771 Biography: b. Dec. 30, 1956, Lowell, MA, Attorney; Catl~olic; Single, U of MA, B,A.; U. of Suffolk, home, Lowell District: 5th, Pop. 601,643; Mai. Cities, Lowell. Lawrence; Offices, Lowell (508)459-0101 Committees: National Security; Small Business Aides: Adm., Steve Joncas; Sac., Michael Houlihan; Press, Will Keyser I Carrie Meek (D-17-FL) 2ndTerm Unc. 404CHOB 202-225-4506 Fax: 202-226-0777 A&M U, B.A.; U. of MI, M.A.; home, Miami District: 17th, Pop. 562,519; Maj. City, Miami, Offices, Miami (305)381-9541 Committees: Budget; Government Reform and Oversight Aides: Adm., Peggy Demon; Legis., John Schelble: Sac., Kim Williams; Press, Tola Thompson Robert Menendez (D-13-NJ) 2ndTerm 71% 1730LHOB 202-225-7919 Fax: 202-226-0792 Biography: b. Jan. 1. 1954, New York, NY, Attorney/: Cat[~olic; m. Jane Jacobsen, 2 children; St. Peters Coll., B.A.; Rutgers U., J.D.; home, Union City District: 13th, Pop. 594.630; Maj. Cities, Jersey City. Newark: Offices. Bayonne (201}823-2900, Jersey City (201)222-2828, Perth Amboy (908)324-6212 Committees: International Relations; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm.-Legis.. Michael Hutton; Sac.. Karen Kearns: Press. Dawd Watdm~n THE ~1S COtlGRESS HAHDEOOK 1(}9 T!30763339
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Representatives ~JackMetcatf (R-2-WA)lstTerm 54% 507 CHOB 202-225-2605 Fax: 202-225-4420 Biography: b. Nov. 30.1927, Marysville, WA, Teacher, Bad& Breakfast Owner; m. Hcrma, 4 ch~dren; Pacific Lutheran U., B~.; Army '46-'47; home, Langley District: 2rid, Po~. 540,739; Maj. Cities, Everett, Beltingham; Offices, Everett (360)252-3188, Bellingham (360)733-4500 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Resources; Small Business Aides: Adm, John Car son; Legis., Chris Strow" Sac., Jodi Hanson; Press, Kev:n McDermott Jan Meyers (R-3-KS) 6thTerm 57% 2303 RHOB 202-225-2865 Fax: 202-225-0554 Biography: b. July 20, 1928, Linco n, NE, Public Official; Methodist; m. Dutch Mayors, 2 children; U. of NE, B.A.; home, Overland Park District: 3rd, POp. 619,439" Maj. City, Kansas City; Offices, Kansas City (913)~'21-0832, Overland Park (913)383-2013, Lawrence (913)842-9313 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; International Relations; Small Business/Chairman Aides: Adm.-Press, Kirk Walder; Legis., Donna Costlow; Sac., Bonnie Matles ~jKweisi Mfume (D-7-MD) 5th Term 81% 2419RHOB 202-225-4741 Fax: 202-225-3178 Biography: b. Oct. 24 1948 Bat more, MD, Cty Council; Baptist; Divorced, 5 cl~ildren; Morgan State, B.S.; John Hopkins, M.A,; home, Baltimore District: 7th, Pop. 597,700; Maj. City, Baltimore; Offices, Baltimore (410)367-1900, Baltimore (410)235-2700, Baltimore (410)298-5997 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Small Business; Joint Economic Aides: Chief of Staff TammyHawley; Legis, Carol Kaplan; Exec. Asst., Veron ca McKn ght; Press, Dan Wiltson John L, Mica (R-7-FL) 2ndTerm 73% 336 CHOB 202-225-4035 Fax: 202-226-0821 Biography: b. Jan. ~7, 1943, Binghamton N¥ Int'l Mgt.-Trade Consul.; ~-piscopalian; m. Pat S~;ym:~nek, 2 children; U. of FL, B.A.; home. Winter Park District: 7th, Pop. 562 518' Maj Cty Port Orange; Offices, Fern Park (407i339-'8080, Del{ona (407)880- 1499, Port Orange (904)756-9798 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm., Russell Roberts; Legis,-Press, Sharon Pinkerton; Sac.. Cheryl Kimbell ~Dan Miller (R-13-FL)2ndTerm Unc. 117 CHOB 202-225-5015 Fax: 202-226-0828 Biography: b. May 30 1942 Hiclhland Park MI, Professor, Real Estate ~evelo~er; Episcopalian; m. Glenda Darsey, 2 children: U. of FL, B.A.; Emory U., M.B.A., LA State U.. Ph.D.; home. Bradenton District: t3th. Pop. 562 518" Mai. Cities Sarasota. Bradenton; Offices, ~ara~ota (813)~51-6643, Bradenton (813)747-9081 Committees: Appropriations; Budget Aides: Adm. Matthew B. Kibbe; Legis., Martin G. Raiser; Sac., Roberta C!ark. Press. Kewn E. Bortand THE U.,~. CONGRESS HANDBOOK Representatives George Miller (D-7-CA) 11thTerm 7o% 2205 RHOB 202-225-2095 Fax: 202-226-5609 Biography: b. May...17, 194..5. Richm_ond. CA. Attorney; L;atholic: m. L;ynthia uaccavo, ~' children; San Francisco State. B.A.; U. of CA (Davis), J.D.: home, Martinez District: 7th, Pop. 572,773; Maj. Cities, Concord. Pleasant Hill; Offices, Richmond (510)262-6500, Pleasant Hill (510)602-1880 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; Resources/ Ranking Aides: Adm.-Legis.-Press, Daniel Weiss: Sac., Sylvia Arthur NormanY. MJneta (D-15-CA) 11thTerm 6o% 2221 RHOB 202-225-2631 Fax: 202-225-6788 Biography': b. Nov. 1.2., 19~, Sa,n. J..ose: C~ insurance Agent; MethoDist; m. L~anealia uranmer, ~ children; U. of CA (Berkeley), B.S.; Army '53-'56; home, San Jose District: 15th, Pop. 572,485; Maj. City, San Jose; Offices, San Jose (408)984-6045 Committees: Transportation and Infrastructure/Ranking Aides: Adm.-Legis., David Castagnetti; Exec. Sac., Melissa Winter; Press, Beneva Schulte ~David Minge (D-2-MN) 2ndTerm 52% 1415 LHOB 202-225-2331 Fax: 202-226-0836 ,Blograp.hy: b, M, ar. 19 1942, ,C. larkfield. MN, Attorney, Law wroressor; LUtheran; m. ~aren Aaker, 2 ch Idren; St. Olaf Coll., B.A.; U. of Chicago, J,D.: home, Montevideo District: 2nd, Pop. 546,887; Maj. City, Willmari Offices, Montevideo (612)269-9311, Chaska (612)448-6567, Windom (507)831-0115 Committees: Agriculture; Science Aides: Adm., Rick Jauert; Legis., John Schaeffler; Sac., Alana Christensen; Press, Pat Mack Patsy Mink (D-2-HI) 10thTerm* 73% 2135 RHOB 202-225-4906 Fax: 202-225-4987 Biography: b. Dec, 6 1927, Paia, HI, Attorney, Lecturer; m. John M nk, 1 ch d; U. of Hawa i, B.A.; ILl. of Chicago, J.D.; home, Honolulu District: 2nd, Pop. 503,392; Maj. City, Honolulu: Offices, Honolulu (808)541-1986 Committees: Budget; Economic and Educational Opportunities Aides: Adm., Helen Lewis; Legis., Laura Efurd; Sac., Audrey StoliD; Press, Melissa Unemori "Served in House '65-'77. Won special election in '90. Joseph Moakley (D-9-MA)12thTerm 70% 235 CHOB 202-225-8273 Fax: 202-225-3984 cBiOgraphy: b. Apr. 27. 1927. Boston, MA, A~..orney atfiol c: m. Evelyn Duff,/, Navy 43- 46; home, t~oston District: 9th, Pop. 601,643: Maj. City, Boston; Offices, Boston (617)565-2920, Taunton (617)824-6676, Brockton (50~)586-5555 Committees: Rules/Ranking Aides: Adm.. John Weinfurter; Legis,. Ellen Wil]iams-Harrignton; S~c.. Deborah Spriggs; Press, Jim McGovern THE U.S. CO~GRESS HANdbOOK 111 T!30763340
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Representatives Susa nMolinar'~R-13oNY) 4thTerm 72"/, 2435 RHOB 202-225-3371 Fax: 202-2251272 Biography: b.,.Mar. 27..~ 195B, Staten. IsJan.d,_NY_, Public Official; Catho~ic; m. ~ill Paxon; 5tale u ot NY/Albany. B.A., M.A.; home, Staten Island District: 131h, Pop. 580,337: Maj. Cities, Brooklyn Staten Island; Offices, Brooklyn (718)630-5277~ Staten Island (718}987-8400 ~om.mittees; Budget; Transportation and Infrastructure; Republican onrerenceNice Chairman Aides: Adm., Peter Rintye; Legis., Paul Lobe: Pets. See., Cindy Wagner; Press. James Mazzarella ~Alan B.Mollohan(D-1-WV)7thTerm 70% 2427 RHOB 202-225-4172 Fax: 202-225-7564 _Bio~raphy:..b. May. 14,1943 Fairmont, WV, Attorney- ~ap[ist; m. ~arbara Wh t ng, 5 ch dren; William an~J Mary, A,B.; West VA U., J.D.; home, Fairmont District: 1st, Pop. 598 056; Maj. Cities Morgantown, Wheeling: Offices, ~arkersburg (3~4)428-0493, Morgantown (304)292-3019, Wheeling (304)232-5390 Committees: Appropriations; Budget Aides: Adm.-Legis., Jane Bobbitt; See., Anne Marie Packo; Press, Ron Hudok L~G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery (D-3-MS) 15thTerm 68% 2184 RHOB 202-225-5031 Fax: 202-225-3375 Biography: b. Aug. 5 1920 Meridian, MS, Insurance Executive; Episcopal'; Singie, MS State, B.S.; Army, W~NII; home, Meridian District: 3rd, Pop. 515 130; Mai. Cities, Meridian, Co umbus; Offices, Meridian (601)693-6681, Pearl (601)932-2410, Columbus (601)327-2766 Committees: National Security; Veterans' Affairs/Ranking Aides: Adm., Andre Clemandot; Legis.-Press, Kyle Steward; See., Louise Medlin Carlos J. Moorhead (R-27-CA) 12th Term 52=/0 2346 RHOB 202-225-4176 Fax:202-226-1279 Biography: b. May. 5 1922 Lon.q Beach CA Attorney; Presbyterian- ~'. Vale~Tyler,5 children; U.o~ CA (L.A.). B.A.; U. of'Southern CA, J.D.; Army '42- '45; home, Glendale District: 27th, Pop 572 594- Maj. Cities N.E. Los Ange es, Pasadena; Offices Glendale (~18~247.8445, I~asedena (818)792-6168 Committees: Commerce; Judiciary Aides: Adm.-Legis., G. Maxine Dean; Sec., Maria Springer; Press, David Joergenson James P. Moran (D-8-VA) 3rdTerm 59% 405 CHOB 202-225-4376 Fax: 202-225-0017 Biography: b. May. 16 1945 Buffalo NY. Investment Ban'Eer, Mayor; CatholiC; m, Mary Ho~ar~J, 5 children; Holy Cross, B.A.; U. of Pitlsburgh, M.A.; home, Alexandria District: 8th Pop. 562 484; Maj. Cities, Alexandria, Ar ington; Offices, AIe~ndria (7031971-4700 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; International Relations Aides: Chief of Staff. Marne Rei~ey; Legis., Jonathen Gaffney; Press, Kathy Lash 112 Of~J5 THE U.S. CONGRESS HA~,'DSOOK Representatives constance Morella (R-8-MD) 5thTerm "/~% 106 CHO~ 202-225-5341 Fax~ 202-225-1389 Biography...: b.. ,F.eb. 17. 1931,_Somerville_, MA, Professor; L;atho~ic; m. ~nthony, ~ children; t~oston U., A.B.; American U., M.A.; home, Bethesda District: 8th, Pop. 597,711; Ma}. City, Rockville; Offices, Rockville (301)424-3501 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Science Aides: Chief of Staff, David Nathan: Adm., Bill Miller; Legis., Cindy Hall; See., Tricia Donnetly; Press, Mary Ann Leafy ~John P, Murtha (D-12-PA) 121hTerm 69% 2423 RHOB 202-225-2065 Fax: 202-225-5709 Biography: b. June 17, 1932, NewMartinsville, WV, CarWash Owner; Catholic; m. Joyce Bell, 2 children: U. of Pittsburgh, B.A.; Marines '52-55, '66-'67; home, Johnstown District: 121h, Pop. 565.794; Mai. City, Johnstown; Offices, Johnstown (814)535-2642 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm., William Allen; Legis., Ray Landis; Press, Brad Clemenson JohnT. Myers (R-7-1N) 15thTerm 2372 RHOB 202-225-5805 Fax: 202-225-1649 ~iograph~: b. Feb.~8 1927 Covington, I.N., Farmer; piscopal~an; m. L;aro Carruthers, 2 cn dren; N State, B.S.; Army '45-'46; home, Covington District: 7th, Pop. 554,416; Maj, Cities, Terre Haute, Lafayette; Offices, Torte Haute (812)238o1619, Lafayette (317)423-1661 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm., Sallie Davis; Legis., Ray Little; See., Carole Cones; Press, Chris Jones Sue Myrick (R-9-NC) lstTerm 65% 509 CHOB 202-225-1976 Fax: 202-225-3389 ~_xiography:.b. Aug. 1 1941. Tiffin, OH, Adve,rtising eout~ve; Methodist; m. Ed Myr ck, 5 ch dren; home, Charlotte District: 9th, Pop, 662,876; Maj. Cities, Charlotte, Gastonia; Offices, Charlotte (704)362-1060, Gastenia (704)861-1976 Committees: Budget; Science; Small Business Aides: Adm., J.T. Taylor; Legis., Lisa Pi~aneo; See., Susan Ludwick; Press, Hal Weatherman Jerrold Nadler (D-8-NY) 3rdTerm* 81% 109 CHOB 202-225-5635 Fax; 202-225-6923 jBeiogr.aphy: .b.June 13 1947, Brookl~/n, .NY, Attorney; w~sn; m. Joyce M I or, 1 ch Id; Co=umcia U., B.A.; Fordham U., J.D.; home, Manhattan District: 6th, Pop. 580,337; Maj. City, New York City; Offices, Manhattan (212)489-3530, Brooklyn (718)373-3198 Committee,,: Judiciary; Transportation and Infrastructure "Sworn in 11/3/'92 Aides: Chief of Staff, Neil Goldstein; Adm., Amy Green; Legis.. David Lachmann; Press, Brice Peyre 015'35 THE U.S. CONGRESS HAt,~DBOOK113 T130763341
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R~epresentatives ~R~chard E. Neal (D-2-MA) 4thTerm 59% 2431 RHOB 202-225-5601 Fax: 202-225-8112 Biography: b. Feb~.14, 1949. Wo.rcester, ~A Mayor Colrege LeCtL~rer; Gatholic; m. Maureen conway, ~, children; Amer. International, B.A.; U. of Hartford. M.P.A.; home, Springfield District: 2rid, Pop. 601,642; Maj. City, Springfield; Offices, Springfield (413)785-0325, M~ltord (506)634- 8198 Committees: Ways & Means Aides: Adm., Ann M. Brozek; Legis., Kathleen Sullivan; Sac., JoAnn D. Healy; Press, William A. Tranghese ~George Nethercutt (R-5-WA) lstTerm 51% 1527 LHOB 202-225-2006 Fax: 202-225-3392 B~iography: b. O. ct.. 7,..194,4 .Sp_okane,_W.A., _Alto.may_, uongresslona ,~ioe; ~'resoylerian; m. I~eln :5ocna, z children; WA State U., B.A.; Gonzaga U., J.D.; home, Spokane District: 5th, Pop. 540 744; Maj. City, Spokane; Offices, Spokane (509)353-2374, Walla Wa la (509)522-6372 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm., Jamie Moore; Legis., Bill Hanku; Sac., Lea Novitsky; Press, Ken Lisaius Mark Neumann (R-I-Wl) lstTerm 50% 1725 LHOB 202.225-3031 Fax: 202-225-3393 Biography: b. Feb. 27 1954, _East Troy, WI, Real Estate Developer; Lutheran; m. Sue L nk, 3 ch dren; U. ofWl, B.S., M.A.; home, Janesville District: 1st, Pop. 543,530; Mai. Cities, Racine, Janesville; Offices, Janesville (608)752-4050 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm,, Chuck Pike; Sac., Janet Pike; Press, Brian Fraley Robert Nay (R-18-OH) lstTerm 53% 1605 LHOB 202-225-6265 Fax: 202-225-3394 pBio. ~rap.hy: b. July 5, 19_54, Wheeling, WV, Teacher, uo~c Health O~cer, ~tate Senator; Catholic; m. Candy Taggart, 2 children; OH State U., B.S.; home, St. Clairesvilla District: 18th, Pop. 570,900; Maj. Cities, Steubenville, Zanesville; Offices, Steubenville (614)283-3716, Bellaire (614)697-1960, Zanesville (614)452-8598 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; House Oversight; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm,, Dave DiStefano; Legis., David Hell; Sac., Chadeen Molli; Press, Nail Voltz ~Charles Norwood (R-10-GA) lstTerm 64% 1707 LHOB 202-225-4101 Fax: 202-225-3397 Biography: b. July 27, 1941 Valdosta, GA Dentist; Methodis[; m. Gloria Wilk~rson, 2 chili'ran; GA Southern, B.S.: Georgetown U., D.D.S.; Army; home, Evans District: 10th, Pop. 591,644; Mai. Cities, Athens, Augusta; Offices, Athens (706)208-8919, Augusta (706)733-7066 Committees: Commerce; Economic and Educational Opportunities Aides: Adm., John Walker: Legis., Jim Hogan: Sac., Rodney Whitlook; Press. John Stone f14 01995 THE tJ.S. CONGRE, SS I.~ND,~OE2t£ .Representatives Jim Nussle (R-2-1A) 3rdTerm 56% 303 CHOB 202-225-29tl Fax;202-225-9129 Biography: b. June 27, .1.960, Des M_oines, IA, Attorney; Eutheran; m. Leslie Harbison, z children; Luther Cottage, B.A.; Drake U., J.D.; home, Manchester District: 2nd, Pop. 555,494; Maj. Cities, Dubuque, Waterloo; Offices, Dubuque (319)557-7740, Waterloo (319)235-1109, Manchester (310)927-5141 Committees: Budget; Ways and Means Aides: Adm.-Press, Steve Greiner; Legis., Rich Meade; Sac., Susan Moldenhauer (',~ ~ James L. Oberstar (D-8-MN) 1 lth Term 66% 2366 RHOB 202-225-6211 Fax: 202-225-0699 Biography: b. Sop._10 .1934~. Chisholm, .MN, Congressional Aide Teacher; L, atholic; m. Jean Kurth, 6 children; St. Thomas, B.A., Coll. of Eur/ Belgium, M.A.; home, Chisholm District: 8th Pop. 546 887; Maj. Cities, Duluth, Brainerd; Offices, Duluth (218)727-7474, C~ sholm (218)254-5761, Elk River (612)241-0188 Committees: Transportation and Infrastructure Aldes: Adm., Bill Richard; Legis., Chip Gardiner; Sec., Jill Beatty; Press, Jim Berard ~David R. Obey {D-7-W|) 14thTerm 5~,°/o 2462 RHOB 202-225-3365 Fax: Not Publio BIo_qral~hy: b. Oct. 3, 1938, Okmulgee, OK~ Real Estate Bro~,er; Catholic; m. Joan Lepinski, 2 children; U. of Wl, 15.S., M.A.; home, Wausau District: 7th Pop. 543,529; Maj. Cities, Wausau, Superior; Off~ces, Wausau (715)842-5606 Committees: Appropriations/Ranklng; Joint Economic Aides; Adm., Joseph Crape; Legis., Paul Carver; Sec., Carly Burns; Press, John Deeken ~ JohnW.Olver (D-1-MA)3rdTerm Un~. 1027LHOB 202-225-5335 Fax:202-226-1224 Biogral~hy: b. Sep. 3, 1936, Homesdale PA, Chemisfry Professor; m. Rose Richardson, 1 child: Rensselaer Tech, B.S.: Tufts, M.S., MIT, Ph.D.; home, Amherst District: 1st Pop. 601,643; Ma. Cities, Pittsfield, Holyoke; Offices, Pittsfield (413)442-0946, Holyoke (413)532-7010, Fitchburg (508)342-8722 Committees; Budget; Science Aides: Adm. Jonathan Klein Legis., Hunter Ridgeway; Sac., Lisa Ransom-Brown; Press, Weslie Wi ard 2136 RHOB 202-225-7742 Fax: 202-228-1134 Biography: b..June.3 1_9.37 Robsto.wn TX,.Law Enforcement; Methodist; Divorced, 2 cnildren; ~rmy '60-'62; home, Corpus C'hr~sti District: 27th, Pop. 566.217; Maj. Cities, Corpus Christi, Brownsville; Offices, Corpus Christi (512)883- 5~68, Brownsville (210)541-1242 Committees: National Security; Resources Aides: Adm., Flcrenc~o Rendon; Legis., Sheila McCready; Sac., Dayna Hassell; Press. Cathy Travis 01£95 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDB(~OK 115 Ti30763342
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Representatives ~William H. Orton (D-3-u'r) 3rdTerm 59% 440 CHOE~ 202-225-7751 Fa~ 202-226-7683 Biography; b. Sep. 22, 1948 North O.gde.n; UT, T. ,ax Attorney; Mormon; m.Jacquel he, urignam ~roung u., B.S., J.D.; home, Prove District: 3rd, Pop. 485.729; Maj. City, Prove; Offices, Prove (801)379o2500 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Budget Aides: Adm., Jenny Wilson; Legis.. Scott Olson; Set.. Susan Mabrey; Press, Joel Lawson [ ~'~"- '-:~3 ]. "ii-" ii! MajorOwens(D-11-NY)7thTerm 8,% :,._ _~_. , 2305RHOB 202-225-6231 Fax:202-226-0112 ~Biography: b.. June 2~8 1936, Me, mphis, T.N~ Lib[arian; ~aptist; m. Maria uuprill, 3 cn dren; Morenouse College, B.A.; Atlanta, M.S.; home, Brooklyn District: 1 l th, Pop. 566,217; Maj. City, Brooklyn; Offices, Brooklyn (718)773-3100 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; Government Reform and Oversight Aides: Adm., Jacqueline EIl~s; Exec. Asst., Debbie Simpson; Legis., Paul Seltman; Press, Jacqueline Ellis ~Michael G.Oxley(R-4-OH) 8thTerm Unc. 2233 RHOB 202-225-2676 Fax: 202-226-1160 Biography: b. Feb. 11, 1944, F'indl_a~', OH, Attorney, FBI Agent; Lutheran; m. Patricia Pluguez, 1 child: Miami U., B.A.; OH State, J.D.: home, Rndlay District: 4th, Pop. 570 901; Maj. Cities, Lima, Mansf e d; Off ces, F ndlay (419)423-3210. L ma (419)999-6455, Mansfield (419)522-5757 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm., Jim Conzelman: Legis., Beverly Marshall; Set., Debi Deimling; Press, Peggy Peterson Ron Packard (R-48-CA) 7thTerm 73% 2162 RHOB 202-225-3906 Fax: 202-225-0134 ~iography: b. Jan. 19 1931, Meridian. IO Dentist; ormon; m. Jean Sorenson. 7 ch dren; Navy 57- 59: home, Oceanside District: 48th, Pop. 572,928; Maj. Cities, San Clemente, Vista; Offices, San Clemente (714)496- 2343, Vista (619)631-1364 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm., David Coggin; Legis., Ray Mock; Sec., Mary Kouvelis; Press, Michelle Fischbein ~Frank Pallone (D-6-NJ) 5th Term 60% • 420 CHOB 202-225-4671 Fax: 202-225-9665 Biography: b. Oct. 30, 1951, Long Branch, NJ, Attorney; uatholic; m. Sarah Hospodor, 2 children; Middlebury College, B.A.; Tufts, M.A., Rutgers, J,D.; home, Long Branch District: 6th, Pop. 594 630; Maj. City, Long Branch; Offices, New Brunswick (908)571-1140, Hazet (908)264-9104 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm.-Legis.. Russ McGurk; Scheduler. Paul Dement; Press. Ted Loud Llla ,~t995 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDSOOK Representatives Mike Parker (D-4-MS) 4thTerm 2445 RHOB 202-?_25-5865 Fax: 202-225-5886 Biography: b. Oct. 31, 1949, Laurel. MS, Funeral Director; Presbyterian; m. Rosemary Prather, 3 ch~dren; W~lliam Carey Coll.. B.A.; home. Brookhaven District: 4th, Pop. 5t3,941; Maj. Cities. Jackson. Natchez; Offices, Jackson (601)352-1355, Natchez (601)446-7250, Laurel (601)425-4999 Committees: Budget; Transportation-Infrastructure Aides: Adm.-Legis.,-Press, Arthur Rhodes; Exec. Asst.. Pat Stewart- Holland Ed Pastor (D-2-AZ) 3rdTerm 62% 223 CHOB 202-225-4065 Fax: 202-225-1655 Biog.raph, y: .b.. J, une 28., 1943..C. laypool~A~, ,..A, ttorn .ey~ Teacher; uamo=ic: m. verma r~enoez, State U., B.A., J.D.; home, Phoenix District: 2nd, Pop. 610,871; Maj. Cities, Phoenix, Tucson; Offices, Phoenix (602)256-0551, Tucson (602)624-9986, Yuma (602)726-2234 Committees: Agriculture; House Oversight Aides: Adm,, Gene Fisher; Legis., Gladys Rodriguez; Set., Jackie Soliz- Chapa; Press, Maura Saavedra Bill Paxon (R-27-NY)4thTerm 75% 2436 RHOB 202-225-5265 Fax: 202-225-5910 Biography: b Apr 29 1954 Buffalo, NY, State Official; CatSoltc; m. Susan Molinari; Canisius College, B.A.; home, Williamsville District: 27th, Pop. 580 337; Maj.. City, Amherst; Offices, Amherst (716)634-2324, Victor (716)742- 1600 • Committees: Commerce; Republican Campaign Committee Chairman Aides: Adm.. Dave Marventano; Legis., Paul Scolese; Set., Marilyn Abel; Press, Eric Cote Donald M. Payne (D-10-NJ)4thTerm 76% 2244 ~HOB 202-225-3436 Fax:202o225-4160 Biograp_hy: b. July 16_ 1934, Newark, N J, P.aper Supply Exec.; Bapt¢st; Single, 2 children; Seton Hall, B.A.; home, Newark District: 10th, Pop. 594,630; Maj. City, Newark; Offices, Newark (201)645-3213 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; International Relations Aides: Adm., Maxine James; Legis.-Press, Kerry McKenney Exec. Asst., Donna Crews Lewis R Payne, Jr. (D-5-VA)5thTerm 53% 2412RHOB 202-225-4711 Fax:202-226-1147 Biography: b Ju y 9, 1945, A=mhers! VA Real Estate Developer: Presbyterian; m susan ~.ing. 4 ch dren; Virginia Military, B.S.; U. of VA, M.B A.; Army '68-'69; home, Nellysford District: 5th Pop. 562 268; Maj. City, Danville; O~ces, Danville (804)792-1280, Farmv e (804)392-8331, Charlottesville (804)295-6372 Committees: Ways and Means Aides: Adm.. Mark Bowles; Legis., Maria F~eese; Set., Todd Haymore: Press. Paul Reagan ~I.q95 THE U.S. CC,P;GRESS H.~'DeGQK 117 T!30763343
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Representatives Nancy Pelos~(D-8-CA)St h TermPub.Relations 82% 2457 RHOB 202-225-4965 Fax: 202-225-8259 Biography: b. Mar. 26. 1940, B.altimoreo MD, Consultant; Cathmic; m. Paul, 5 children; Trinity College, B.A.; home, San Francisco District: 8th, Pop.573,247; Maj. City, San Francisco; Offices, San Francisco (415)556-4862 Representatives Ri chard W. Pombo (R-11 -CA) 2ndTerm 62% 1519 LHOB 202-225-1947 Fax: 202-226-0861 Biography: b. Jan. 8, 1961 Tracy, CA, Rancher, Councilman; Catholic; m. Annette. 2 chi dren; CA State U., ; home, Tracy District: 11th, Pop. 571,772; Maj. Cities, Stockton. Lodi; Offices, Stockton (209)951-3091 Committees: Appropriations; Select Intelligence Aides; A~Jm.. Judith Lemons; Legis., Carolyn Bartholomew; Sec., Terri McCollough ~Collin C. Peterson (D.7-MN) 3rdTerm 51% 1314 LHOB. 202-225-2165 Fax: 202-225-1593 Biography: b. June 29, 1944, Fargo, ND, Accountant; Lutl~eran; Single, 3 children; Moorhead State, B.A.; home, Detroit Lakes District: 7th, Pop. 546,888; Maj. Cities, St. Cloud, Detroit Lakes; Offices, St. Cloud (612)259-0559, Detroit Lakes (218)847-5056 Committees: Agriculture; Government Reform and Oversight Aides: Legis., Nick Gerten; Sec.-Press, Victoria Hight Committees: Agriculture; Resources Aides: Adm., Steve Ding; Legis., Christopher D'Arcy; Sec., Eilleen O'Brien; Press, Mike Hardiman Earl Pomeroy (D-AL-ND) 2ndTerm 52°/° 1533 LHOB 202-225-2611 Fax: 202-226-0893 Biography: b.Sep 2, 1952, Valley City, ND, Attorney, ND insurance Commissioner; Presbyter an; m. Laune Kirby, 1 child; U. of ND, B.A., J.D.; home. Valley City District: AL, Pop. 838,800; Mai. Cities, Fargo. Grand Forks; Offices, Bismarck (701)224-0355, Fargo (701)235-9760 Committees: Agriculture; Budget Aides: Adm., Karen Frederickson; Legis., Bruce k~cKay; Press, Don Marshall Douglas (Pete) Peterson (O-2-FL) 3rdTerm 62% 306 CHOB 202-225-5235 Fax: 202-225-1586 Biography: b.June 26 1935 Omaha NE Education Admin.; Catholic; m. (3'arlott~ Ann N~'~I, ~ children; U. of Tampa, B.S.; U. of MI0 P.A.; Air Force '54-'80; home, Marianna District: 2nd, Pop. 562,519; Maj. Cities, Tallahassee, Panama City (part); Offices, Tallahassee (904)561-3979 John Edward Porter (R-10-1L) 9thTerm 76% 2373RHOB 202-225-4835 Fax: 202-225-0157 Biography: b. June 1, 1935, Evanston, IL, Attorney; Presbyterian; m. Kathryn Cameron, 5 children; Northwestern U., B.S., B.A.; U. of M[, J.D.; Army Rsv. '58-'64; home, Wilmette District: 10th, Pop. 571,530; Maj. City, Waukegen; Offices, Deerfield (708)940-0202, Waukegan Committees: National Security; Small Business - Aides: Adm., Suzanne Farmer; Legis., Eve Young; Press, Dylan Sumner ~Thomas E. Petri (R-6-Wl) 9thTerm Unc. 2262 RHOB 202-225-2476 Fax: 202-225-2356 Biography: b. May. 28, 1940, Marinette.WI Attorney, Business; Lutheran; m. Anne Neal, 1 child! Harvard, A,B.; Harvard, LL.B.; Peace Corps; home, Fond du Lac District: 6th. Pop. 543,543; Maj. Cities Fond du Lac, Oshkosh; Offices, Fond du Lac (4~4)922-1180, Oshkosh (414)231-6333 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm.-Legis,, Joseph Flader; Press, Niel Wright (708)662-0101, Arlington Height (708)392-0303 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm,, Robert Gustafson; Legis., Mike Myers; Scheduler, Lynn Guhse; Press, David Kohn Rob ~ortman (R-2-OH) 2ndTerm 238CHOB 202-225-3164 Fax: 202-225-1992 Biography: b. Dec 19 1955, Cincinnati, OH, Attorney; Methodist; m. Jane Dudley, 2 children; Dartmouth, B.A., U. of MI, J.D.; home, Hyde Park District: 2nd, Pop 5,709,020 Mai. City, Cincinnati; Offices, Cincinnati (513)791-0381, Batavia (513)732- 2948 Committees: Ways and Means ~~~JOwen B, Pickett (D-2-VA) 5th Term 59% 2430 RHOB 202-225-4215 Fax: 202-225-4218 Biography: b.Aug.31 1930 Richmond VA Attorney, CPA; Baptist; m. ~ybil kel)y, 3 ~'hil~lren; VA Polytechnic, B.S.; U. of Richmond, LL.B.; home, Virginia Beach District: 2nd, Pop. 562 276; Maj. Cities, Norfolk, VA Beach; Offices, NorfOlk (804)583-5892, Virginia Beach (804)486-3710 Committees: National Security Aides: Adm. Jeanne Evans; Legis.. AI Oetken: Press, Morris Rowe 118 ¢~r595 THE U.S. COt,'GRESS HAJ',tDBOGK Aides; Adm,. John Bridgeland; Legis., Jonathan Petuchowski; Sec., Melissa Schultz; Press, Led Head Infrastructure Glenn Poshard (D-19-1L)4thTerm 5e% 2334 RHOB 202-225-5201 Fax: 202-225-1541 Biography: b. Oct 30, 1945, Herald IL Educator: Bap'~ist; m. Jo Roetzel, 2 child(on; Southern IL, B.S., M.S.; Army '62-'65; home, Carterville District: 19th, Pop. 571,530; Maj. City, Decatur; O~ces, Marion (618)993-8532, Mattoon (217)234- 7032, Decatur (217)362-9011 Committees: Small Business; Transportation and Aides: Adm.-Press. David Stricklin; Sec.. Regina Dunbar or~5 TH5 U.S. CONGRESS HAt,~DBC;OK 119 T130763344
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Representatives ~t~eborah Pryce (R-15-OH) 2ndTerm 68% 221CHOB 202-225-2015 Fax:202-226-09E~6 Biography: "b. July 29, 1951, Warren, OH, Attorney, Judge;'Presbyterian; m. RandyWalker, 2 children; OH State U., B.A.; Capital U.. J.D.: home. Columbus District: 15th, Pop. 570,902; Maj. City, Columbus (West); Offices, Columbus (614)469-5614 Committees: Rules Aides: Adm.. Tom Wolfe; Le;is., Tim Day; Sac., Holly Buterbaugh; Press, Debbie Rddelke ~James H. (Jimmy) Quillen (R-1-TN) 17th Term 73% 102 CHOB 202-225-6356 Fax: 202-225-7812 .Biography: b. Jan. 11, 1916, Wayland, VA~, Pu,blis..her, insurance, Real Estate; Methodist; m. uecice cox, Navy, WWII; home, Kingsport District: 1st, Pop. 541,875; Maj. City, Kingsport; Offices, Kingsport (615)247-8161 Committees: Rules Aides: Adm., Frances Light Currie: Legis., Sheryl Bonifer; Sac., D.C. Kefalas; Press, Paul Mays ~Jack Quinn (R-30-NY) 2ndTerm 67% 331 CHOB 202-225-3306 Fax: 202-226-0347 Biography: b. Apr. 13 1951, Buffal.o¢ NY,~Public Administrator, Teacher;' Catholic; m. Mary t~eth, 2 children; Siena Coll., B.A,; State U. of NY, M.A.; home, Hamburg District: 30th, Pop. 580,337; Maj. City, Buffalo; Offices, Buffalo (716)845-5257 Committees: Transportation and Infrastructure; Veterans' Affairs; Joint Economic Aides: Adm., Mary Lou Palmer; Legis., Beth Meyers; Scheduler, Paulette Toellner; Press, Helen Jones ~George Radanovich (R-19-CA) I stTerm 57% 313 CHOB 202-225-4540 Fax: 202-225-3402 Biography: b. June 20 1955 Mariposa CA, Farmer Winemaker, County supervisor; Catholic; m. single, CA State Polytechnic, B.S.; home, Fresno District: 19th, Pop. 573,043; Maj. Cities, Fresno, Madera; Offices, Fresno (209)248-0800 Committees: Budget; Resources Aides: Adm., John McCamman; Legis., David Jchanson; Sac., Lisa Ford; Press, Will Dwyer Nick J. Rahall, II (D-3-WV) 10thTerm 64% 2269 RHOB 202-225-3452 Fax: 202-225-9061 ABiograph..y: b; May. 20, 1949, Beckley, W~ Tr.ave.JI gency, uroaocast~ng Exec.; PresbyterJan; Single, ;~ children; Duke U., A.B.; home, Beckley District: 3rd, Pop. 543,533; Maj. City, Huntington; Offices. Beckley (304)252-5000, Huntington (304)522-6425 Committees: Resources; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm Kent Keyser; Legis., Birdie Kyle; Scheduler. Jack S~merv~l~e: Press, Shawn Beckett ~~__t995 THE MS. CONGRESS /"IA,NDB~K Representatives Jim Ramstad (R-3-MN) 3rdTerm 74% 103 CHOB 202-225-2871 Fax: 202-225-635I Biog~phy: b. Ma..y. 6; 19.46, Jamestown, ND, Attorney, State LegJslator: ~ngle, U. of Minnesota, B.A., George Washington U., J.D.; Army Rsv. "69-'75; home, Minnetonka District: 3rd. Pop. 546,888; Maj. City, Bloomington; Offices, Blocrnington (612)8B1-4600 Committees: Ways and Means Aides: Adm-Press, Dean Peterson; Legis., Morgan Brown; Exec. Asst., Jensine Frost Charles B. Rangel (D-15-NY) 13thTerm 96% 2354 RHOB 202-225-4365 Fax: 202-225-08t6 Biography: b. June 11, 1930, Harlem NY, Attorney; CatSolic; m. Alma Carter. 2 children;'New York U. B.A.; St. John's U., LL.B.; Army '48-'52: home, Manhattan District: 15th, Pop. 580,337; Maj. City, N.Y.C.; Offices, NYC (212)663-3900, NYC (212)927-5333, NYC (212)348-9630 Committees: Ways and Means; Joint Taxation Aides: Exec, Asst., Patricia Bradley; Legis.-Press, Emite Milne ~Jack Reed (D-2-RI) 3rdTerm 68% 1510 LHOB 202-225-2735 Fax: 202-225-9580 Biographj/: b. Nov. 12, 1949, Providence, RI. Attorney; Catholic; Single, West Point, B.S.; Harvard, J,D,; Army '67-'79; home, Cranston District: 2nd, Pop. 501,787; Maj. City, Providence (West); Offices, Cranslon (401)943-3100 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; Judiciary Aides: Adm., J.B. Poersch; Legis., Agnieszka Fryszman; Sac., Suzanne Hassett; Press, Todd Andrews Ralp.h Regula (R-16-OH) 12thTerm 75% 2309"RHOB 202-225-3876 Fax: 202-225-3059 Biography: b. Dec. 3, 1924, Beach City; OH, Attorney; Episcopalian; m. Mary Ann Rogusky, 3 children; Union College, B.A.; William McKinley, LL.B.; Navy '44-'46; home, Navarre District: 16th, Pop. 570,902; Mai. City, Canton; Offices. Canton (216)489-4414 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Exec. Sec., Sylvia Snyder; Legis.-Press, Connie Veillette Mel Reynolds (D-2-1L) 2ndTerm Unc. 312CHOB 202-225-0773 Fax: Not Public Bio~lraphy: b. Jan. 8 1952 Mound Bayou, MS, Professor, Community Activist; Baptist; m. Mar so, 3 children; U. of IL, B.A.: Oxford U., J.D.. Harvard U.. M.P.A.; home. Chicago District: 2rid, Pop. 571,530; Maj. City, Chicago; Offices, Chicago (312)568-7900, Homewood (708)957-9955 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities Aides: Adm., Charles Kelly; Legis., Steve Perencevich: Sec.-Press. Kim W=lliams 0f995 THE U.S. CQ~%~GRESS HA.~DBCOK121 Ti30763345
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Representatives ~BiilRichardson (D-3-NM} 7thTerm 65% 2209 RHOB 202-225-6190 Fax: Not Public Biography; b. Nov. 15,. 1947. Pasa_.dena, CA, Pclit,icaf Aide; Cat,clio; m. Barbara Flavin, ~ufts, BJ~; Retcner, M.A.; home. Sente Fe District: 3rd, Pop_. 504,919; Maj. Cities, Santo Gallup; Offices, Santa Fe (505)988-7230, Gallup (505)722-6522, Clovis (505)769-3380 Committees: Resources; Se!ect Intelligence Aides: Adm.-Sec. Isabelle Watkins; Legis., John Lewis; Press, Stu Nagurka ~Frank D. Riggs (R-l-CA) 2ndTerm 53% 1714 LHOB 202-225-3311 Fax: 202-225-3403 Biography: b. Sep_. 5. 1950, Louisville K¥, Rea, I Estate Developer, U.S. Representative; Episcopafian; m. Cathy Anne Mailliard, 3 children; Golden Gate U., B.A.; Army '72-'75: home, Windsor District: 1st, Pop. 573,082; Maj. Cities, Fairfield, Napa; Offices, Eureka (707)441-8701, Nape (707)254-7308 Committees: Appropriations; Economic and Educational Opportunities Aides: Adm., Steve Sutton; Legis.-Press, Mark Davis; Sec., Hartley Etheridge ~Lynn N. Rivers (D-13-MI) lstTerm 52% 1116 LHOB 202-225-6261 Fax: 202-225-3404 Biography: b, Dec. 19 1956 Au Grey, MI, Attorney. State Representer ve; m. Joe Rivers, 2 ch dren; U. of MI, B.A., Wayne State U., J.D.; home, Ann Arbor District: 131h, Pop. 580,956; Maj. Cities, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor; Offices, Wayne (313)722-1411, Ann Arbor (313)741-4210 Committees: Budget; Science Aides: Adm., Gayle Bolesky; Legis., George Schevlin; Sec., Jodi Leu; Press. Shelley Simpson Pat Roberts (R-l-KS) 8thTerm 77% 1126 LHOB 202-225-2715 Fax: 202-225-5375 Biography: b. Apr. 20, 1936, Top.eke, KS, Journalist; Methodist; m. Franki Fann, 3 chddren; KS State, B.A.; Marines '58-'62; home, Dodge City i.l~istrict: 1st, Pop. 619,370; Maj. Cities, Salina0 utchinson; Offices, Hutchinson (316)665-6138, Saline (913)825-5409, Oodge City (316)227-2244 Committees: Agriculture/Chairman; House Oversight Aides: Adm., Leroy Towns; Legis., Heidi Hixson; Sec., Maggie Ward; Press, Lisa Gagnon Tim Roemer (D-3-1N) 3rdTerm 55% 407 CHOB 202-225-3915 Fax: 202-225-6798 Biography: b. Oct. 30 1956, South Bend, IN_, Congressional Aide; Catl~olic; m. Sally Johnston. z children; U. of CA, B.A.; Notre Dame, M.A., Ph.D.; home, Mishawaka District: 3rd, Pop_. 544,416; Maj. Cities, South Bend, Elkhart; Offices, South Bend (219)288-3301 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities: Science Aides: Adm., Mark Brown; Legis.. Carole Stringer: Exec. Asst., Jane Armstrong: Press, Desiree Green 122 @1~5 THE U.S CO.PJGRESS HA~;CSOOK Representatives ~ Harold Rogers (R-5-K'~') 8thTerm 79% 2466 RHOB 202-225-4E01 Fax; 202-225-0940 Biography: b D.ec. 3I~ 1937, Bar.d.e.r~ KY, .A.ttor.n.e.~/~ Bap'~ist; m. Shiney Mcuowell, 3 cnilaren: u. or B.A., J.D.; Army '56-'64; home, Somerset District: 5th, Pop. 614,349; Maj. Cities P~eville, Somerset; Offices, Somerset (606)679-8346, Pikeville (606)432-4388, Hazard (606)439-0794 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm.. Kevin Fromer; Legis., JePnifer Miller; Sec., Mary Miller; Press. Frank Maisano ~Dana Rohrabacher (R-45-CA) 4thTerm 69% 2338RHOB 202-225-2415 Fax:202-225-0145 Biography: b. June 21 _1947. Lo_.ng .Beach, CA, White House Aide, Journalist: ~aptist; ,Single,CA State/Long Beach, B.A.; U. of So.CA, M.A.; home, Coronado District: 451h, Pop. 570,874; Mai. City, Huntington Beach; Offices, Huntington Bch (714)847-2433 Committees= International Relations; Science Aides: Chief of Staff, Gary Curran; Legis.. Rick Dykema; Sec.. Stevan Johnson; Press, Date Neugebauer Iteana Ros-Leht|nen (R-18-FL) 4thTerm Unc. 2440 RHOB 202-225-3931 Fax: 202-225-5620 Biography b. July 15, 1952, Havana, Cuba, School Admimstrator; Catho ic; m. Dexter Lehtinen, 2 children; FL tnt't U., B.A., M.S.: home, Miami District: 18th, Pep. 562,519; Maj. C[ty, Miami; Offices, Miami (305)262-1800 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; International Relations Aides: Adm., Arthur Estopinan; Legis., Jay O'Catlaghan; Sec., Catherine Castitto; P~ess, Joan Cortinas Char, lie Rose (D-7-NC) 12thTerm 52% 242 CHOB 202-225-2731 Fax: 202-225:'Z4-?0- Biography: b. Aug. 10, 1939, Fayetteville, NC, Attorney; Presbyterian; m. Joan Teague, 3 children; Davidson College, B.A.; U. of NC, LL.B.; home, Fayetteville District: 7th, Pop. 552 386; Me. Cities, Fayetteville, Wilmington; Offices, Fayetteville (919)323-0260, Wilmington (919)343-4959 Committees: Agriculture Aides: Adm., John Merrill; Legis., William Myers; Exec. Asst., Robin Garwood Sterling; Press. HeidiPender Toby Roth (R-8-WI) 9thTerm 84% 2234 RHOB 202-225-5665 Fax: 202-225-0087 Biography: b.Oct 10, 1938, Strasburg,ND, Realtor; Catfiolic; m. Barbara Fischer, 3 ch ~dren; Marquette U.. A.B.; Army '63-'69; home. Appleton District= 8th, Pop. 543,513; Mai. Cities, Green Bay, Appleton; Offices, Appleton (414)739-4167, Green Bay (414)494-2800 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; International Relations Aides: Adm., Joe Western: Legis., Mark Evans; Sec., Sue Grimes; Press. Larry Hart ~ ~I~5 THE U.S. CO.~'GRESS HANDBOOK 12,~ Ti30763346
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~r .Representatives MargeRoukema(R-5-NJ) 8th Term 74% 2469 RHOS 202-225-4465 Fax: 202-225-9048, Biography; b. Sop. 19, .1929, ,New_ark, NJ, Teache~; rn. Ricl~ard, 2 children; Montczair State, B.A.; home. Ridgewood District: 5th. Pop. 594,630: Maj. Cities, Ridgewood, Newtown; Offices, Ridgewood (201)447-3900, Newtown (201)579-3039, Allamuchy (908)850-4747 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Economic and Educational Opportunities Aides: Adm., Steve Wilson; Legis., Don Green; Sec,, Nancy Fox; Press, Crazg Shearman Lucille RoybaI-Allard (D-33-CA) 2ndTerm 81% 324 CHOB 202-225-1766 Fax: 202-226-0350 Biography: b. June 12, 1941 Los Angeles, C.A, Public Relations, Fund Raising Execut ve; uathol c; m. Edward Allard, 4 children; CA State(L.A.), B.A,; home, Bell Gardens District: 33rd, Pop. 570,943; Maj. City, Los Angeles; Offices, Los Angeles (213)628-9230 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Budget Aides: Chief of Staff-Legis., Henry Contreras; Scheduler, Miriam Wilson; Press, Sally Tyler Edward Royce (R-39-CA) 2nd Term 66% 1133LHOB 202-225-4111 Fax:202-226-0335 RBiography: b. Oct...12, 1951, Los.A.ngele_s, C.A, etail Business; uatholic; m. Mar~e I.'orter, CA State(Fullerton), B.A.; home, Fullerton District: 39th, Pop. 573,574; Maj. Cities, Fullerton, Buena Park; Offices, Fullerton (714)992-8081 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; International Relations Aides: Adm.-Scheduler, Joan Bates Korich; Legis., Thor Thonay; Press, John Doherty Bobby L. Rush (D-I-IL) 2ndTerm 75% 131 CHOI5 202-225-4372 Fax: 202-225-0333 Biography: b. Nov. 23 1946,A~bany GA, ~nsurance Sales, Community Activ st; Baptist; m. Carolyn, 5 children: Roosevelt U., B.A.; Army '63-'68; home, Chicago District: 1st, Pop. 571,530; Ma}. Cities, Chicago, Evergreen Park; Offices, Chicago (312)224-6500, Evergreen Park (708)422-4055 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm., Maurice Daniel; Legis., Bob Walsh; Exec. Asst., Stan Watkins; Press, Bess Bezirgan ~, r Martin OlavSabo(D-5-MN) 9thTerm 62% 2336 RHOB 202-225-4755 Fax: 202-225-4886 Biography: b. Feb. 28, 1938. Crosby, ND, Public Official; Lutheran; m. Sylvia Lee, 2 children; Augsburg College, B.A.; home, Minneapolis District: 5th, Pop. 546,887; Ma. City, Minneapolis; Offices. Minneapolis (612)348-1649 Committees: Appropriations; Budget/Ranking Aides: Adm., Michael Erlandson: St. Legis.. Marjcrie Duske: Sec.. Bonnie GcttwaId; Press. Derek Lick 124 :~I.~g5 THE U.S. CGNGRESS HA~,~DE~OOK Representatives MattSalmon (R-1-AZ) lstTerm 115 CHOB 202-225-2635 Fax: 202-225-3405 ~iography; b. Ja~ 21, 1958,. Salt Lake Ci~, UT, ommunications ~-xecutive; Mormon; m. Nancy Huish, 4 children; AZ State U., B.A.: Brigham Young U., M.A.; home, Mesa District: 1st, Pop. 610,872; Maj. Cities, Mesa. Phoenix; Offices, Tempe (602)921-5500 Committees: international Relations; Science; Small Business Aides: Chief of Staff. Robert Glazier; Legis., M~ke Paranzino; Sec., Ju=ia Koppius: Press, Sara Kane Bernard Sanders (I-At Large-VT) 3rdTerm 50% 213 CHOB 202-225-4115 Fax: 202.225-6790 Biography: b. Sop 8. 1941 Brooklyn NY. Professor, Writer; Jewish: m. Jane O'Meara Drisco L 4 chitdren: U. of Chicago, B.A.; home, Burlington District: At Large Pop. 562,758; Maj. Cities, Montpelier, Rutland; Offices, Burlington (802)862-0697 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Government Reform and Oversight Aides: Adm.. Jane O'Meara Sanders, Bill Goold; Legis., Katie Clark; Scheduler, Ruthan Wirman; Press, Tina V~sell ~Marshall (Mark) Sanford, Jr. (R-I-SC) lstTerm 6~% 1223 LHOB 202-225-3176 Fax: 202-225-3407 Biography:b M_ay 28 1960,Ft Lauderdale.FL, Real Estate Investor; Episcopalian; m. Jenn fer Sullivan, 2 children; Furman U., B.A., U. of VA, M.B.A.; home, Charleston District: 1st, Pop. 561,125; Mai. Cities, Chadestoq (part), Mr, Pleasant; Offices, Charleston (803)727-4175, Conway (803)248-2660, Georgetown (803)527-6868 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; International Relations; Joint Economic Aides: Adm, Pamela Rogers; Legis., David John: Scheduler, Kathy Garder; Pr.ess, Richard ~rene~ Thomas C. Sawyer (D-14-OH) 5thTerm 52% 1414LHOE~ 202-225-5231 Fax: 202-225-5278 Biography: b Aug 15, 1945 Akron OH, Educator; Pres~oytenan; m. Joyce Handler, 1 cl~ild; U. of Akron, B.A., M.A.; home, Akron District: 14th, Pop. 570,900; Ma}. City, Akron; Offices, Akron (216)375-5710, Ravenna (216)296-9810 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities Aides: Adm, TerriAnn Lowenthal; Legis., Sara Plait Davis; Scheduler, Dianne Tomasek; Press, Christopher Colford Jim Saxton (R-3-NJ)7thTerm 66% 339 CHOB 202-225-4765 Fax: 202-225-0778 Biography: b. Jan 22, 1943, Scranton, PA. Realtor. Teacher; Methodist; Single, 2 children; E. St~oudsburg. B.A.; home, Mt. H~IIy District: 3rd, Pop. 594,630; Mai. City. Cherry H~II; Offices Mr. Holly (609)261-5800. Cher~y Hill (609)42~-0520. Ocean County (908)914-2020 Committees: National Security; Resources; Joint Taxation/Chairman Aides: Adm -Legis. Tom Houston: Sec., Scott Rudder: Press, Gary Gallant ©r9~5 THE U.S. CO,'#GRESS HAt#DaGOK 1 ~ T13076334~
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r Representatives Joe Scarborough (R-t-FL) lstTerm ~',, T5233..HO]~ 302-225-4136 Fax: 202-225-3414 Bio=q~aphy: b. Apr. 9 1963, Atlanta, GA, Attorney; Baptist; m. Melanle Hi'ton. 2 children; U. of AL, B.A.', U. ofFL, J.D.; home, Pensacola District: 1st. Pop. 562,518; Maj Cities, Pensaco a. Ft. Walton B each; Offices, Pensacola (904)479-1183 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; National Security Aides: Adm.-Press, Rachel Cacioppo; Legis., James Geoffrey; Sec,, Susan Waren L~Dan L. Schaefer (R-6-CO) 7thTerm 70% 2353 RHOB 202-225-7882 Fax:202-225-7885 Biography: b. Jan. 25 1936 Gutenberg IA, Public Relations; Catholic; ~n. Ma'ry Lenny, ~ children; Niagara U., B.A.; Marines '55-'57; home, Lakewood District: 6th, Pop. 549,056 Maj. City, Engelwood; Offices, Eng ewood (303)762-8890 Committees: Commerce Aides: Chief of Staff Holly Prcpst; Legis., Troy Timmons; Sec., Helen Morrel ; Press, Janel Guerrero ~~i~Steven H, Schiff (R-1-NM) 4thTerm 73% 2404 RHOB 202-225-6316 Fax: 202-225-4975 Biography: b. Mar. 18~ 1947 Chica.(:lo, IL Attorney; Je.w sh; m. Marcia Lew~s, 2 children; TJ. of IL, B.A.; U, ot NM, J.D.; National Guard '69-'89; home, Albuquerque District: 1st Pop. 505,491; Maj C ty, Albuquerque; Off ces, Albuquerque (505)766-2538 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Judiciary; Science Aides: Legis., Troy Benavidez; Scheduler, Chuck Cadena; Press, Louis Vega Patr|cia Schroeder (D-l-CO) 12thTerm 60% 2307 RHOB 202-225-4431 Fax: 202-225-5842 Biography: b.Jul~30 1940 Portland OR Attorney" Utd.-Church of Chnst; ~n. Ja~es, 2 chil~lren! U. of MRI B.A.; Harvard, J.D.; home, Denver District: 1st Pop. 549,068; Maj. City, Denver; Offices, Denver (305)866-1230 Committees: Judiciary; National Security Aides: Adm., Dan Buck; Legis.-Press Andrea Pamfilis-Camp; Appt. Sec., Bertha Ramlow Charles Schumer (D-9-NY) 8thTerm 71% 2211 RHOB 202-225-6616 Fax:202-225-4163 Biography: b, Nov. 23 1950 Brook yn NY, Attorney; Jew=sh; m Iris Weins~all, 2 ~:hildren; Harvard, B.A., J.D.; home, Brooklyn District: 9th Pop. 580 338- Maj. City, New York Cty; Offices, Brooklyn (718i627'-9700, Q~'~ens (718)268- 8200, Queens (718)945-9200 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Judiciary Aides: Adm. Ben Chevat; Legis., Jim Kessler; Sec., Clare Coleman; Press. John I;~ay 126 ©IS95 THE U.S. CONGRESS HA~VD,~OOK Representatives Robert C, Scott (D-3-VA) 2ndTerm 79% 501 CHOB 202-225-8351 Fax: 202-225-8354 Biography: b. Ap.r. 30, 1947, Washington, DC, Attorney; Episcopalian; Divorced; Harvard U., B.A.; Boston Coll., J.D.; home. Newport News District: 3rd, Pop. 562,431; Maj. Cities, Richmond, Norfolk; Offices. Newport News (804)380-1000, Richmond (804)644-4845 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; Judiciary Aides: Chief of Staff, Joni Ivey; Legis., Bobby Vassar; Sec.-Press, Larry Dillard Andrea Seastrand (R-22-CA) 1st Term 49% 1216 LHOB 202-225-3601 Fax: 202-225-3426 Biography: b. Aug. 5 1941 Chicago.JIL Public Offic=a ; Catholic; WidoW, red, 2 ch Idren; 'uePaul U.. B.A.; home, San Luis Obispo District: 22nd, Pop. 572,891; Maj. Cities, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo; Offices, Santa Barbara (805)899-3578, San Luis Obispo (805)549-3381 Committees: Science; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm., Kay Reiboldt; Legis., John Schilling; Sec., Kathy Palmateer; Press, Stuart Roy James Sensenbrenner, Jr. (R-9-WI) 9th Term Unc, 2332 RHOB 202-225-5101 Fax:202-225-3190 ABiography: b. June 14 1943, Chicago, IL, ttorney; Episcopalian; m. Cheryl Warren, 2 children; Stanford, B.A.; U. of WI, J.D.; home, Menomonee Falls District: 9th Pop. 543,532' Maj. City, Sheboygan; Off ces, Brookfield (414)784'-1111 Committees: Judiciary; Science Aides: Adm., Todd Schultz; Legis., Bob Cook; Sec., Arlene Davis; Press, Kathy Benz Josf~ Serrano (D-16-NY) 4thTerm 98% 2342RHOB 202o225-4361 Fax:202o225-6001 LBeiogr,aphy: b. Oct. 24 1943, Mayaquez,..PR, State g~s~ator. Banker; C~tholic; m. Mary t~rucker. 5 children; home, Bronx District: 16th. Pop. 580 338" Maj. City NYC (Bronx); Off cos, Bronx (718)538-54~0 ' Committees: Judiciary Aides: Adm., Ellyn Toscano: Legis.. Lucy Hand: Sec.. Maureen Tap; Press, Ivonne Cunarro John Shadegg (R-4-AZ) lstTerm 60% 503 CHOB 202-225-3361 Fax: 202-255-3462 Biography: b. Oct. 22 1949, Phoenix AZ Attorney; Episcopal=an; m. Shirl~'y Leueck, 2 children; U. of AZ, B.A.; J.D.; home, Phoenix District: 4th. Pop. 610,871; Maj. Cities, Phoenix Scottsdale; Offices, Phoenix (602)840-1891 ' Committees: Budget; Government Reform and Oversight; Resources Aides: Adm., Margaret Hemenway; Press, Kate Watson ©IS95 THE U.S. CO,VGRESS HA~#D,~K 127" T130763348
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m Representatives gE. Clay Shaw, Jr.(R-22-FL) 8thTerm 63% 2267RHOB 202-225-3026 Fax: 202-225-8398 Biography: b_. Apr. 19, 1939, Miami, _F[.. Attorney: Cal~olic; m. Ern~lle Costar, 4 children; Stetson, B.S., J.D.; U. orAL. M.I].A.; home, Ft. Lauderdale District: 22rid, Pop. 562,519- Mat. City Ft. Lauderdale; Offices. Ft. Lauderdal~ (305)522-:1'800, Palm Beach (305)930-2529 Committees:Ways & Means Aides: Adrn.-Legis., Scott Spear; Exec. Asst., Mary Kay McClure; Press, Scott Brenner ~ChristopherShays (R-4-CT)5thTerm 74% 1502 LHO8 202-225-5541 Fax: 202-225-9629 Biography: b. Oct. 18 1945, Stamford, CT, Real Estate; Cl~ristian Scientlst; m. Betsi de Raismes 1 child; Prinoipia College, B.A.; New York U., M.P.A., M.B.A.; home, Stamford District: 4th, Pop. 547,765 Maj. Cities Bridgeport, Stamford; Offices, Bridgeport (203)579-5870, Stamford (203)357-8277, Norwalk (203)866-6469 Committees: Budget; Government Reform and Oversight Aides: Adrn.-Press Betsy Wright Hawkings; Exec. Asst., Diana White; Legis., Peter Carso~ Bud Shuster (R-9-PA) 12th Term Uno. 2188 RHOB 202-225.2431 Fax: 202-225-2486 Biography: b. Jan. 23, 1932 Glas.sport PA. Computer Company Exec.. Far~n'er; Utd.Chur~h of Christ; m. Patricia Rommet~, 5 children; U. of Pittsburgh, B,S.; Duquesne M.B.A., American U., Ph.D.; Army '54- 56; home. Everett District: 9th Pop. 565 803" Mai. City AItoona" Offices, Altoona (814)946-1653, Chambersburg '~71~;)263-83~)'~ Committees: Transportation and Infrastructure/Chairman; Select Intelligence Aides: Adm.-Press, Carol Wood; Legis., John McCallister; Sec., Kristin Brautigan Norman Sisisky (D-4-VA) 7thTerm 62% 2371 RHOB 202-225-6365 Fax: 202-226-1170 cBlogr..aphy: b June 9 1927 Baltimore, MD., Beer/ ola L~lstrtbutor; Jewish; m. Rhoda Brown, 4 Children; VA Commonwealth, B.S.; Navy '45-'46; home. Petersburg District: 4th, Pop. 562,466; Mai, Cities, Portsmouth, Chesapeake; Offices, Portsmouth (804)393-2066, Emporia (804)634-5575, Petersburg (804)732-2544 Committees: National Security; Smart Business Aides: Adm. Jan Faircloth; Legis., Kelly Ross; Sec., Libby Edwards; Press, A ce Alonge David E. Skaggs (D-2-CO) 5th Term 57% 1124 LHOB 202-225-2161 Fax: 202-225-9127 Biography: b Feb, 22 1943 Cincinnati OH Attorney; Congregation';list; ml Laura Locker, 3 children; Wesleyan U.. B.A.; Yale. LL.B.; Marines '68- '71; home, Boulder District: 2rid. Pop. 549 072- Mat. City, Boulder; Offices. WesVninster (30~i~5~'-~886 Committees; Appropriations Aides: Chief of Staff. Stephen Sounders; Sec.. Kelly Nelson: Press. Brooke Anderson 128 ~I$..q5 THE U.S. CONGR=~SSHANDB~K Representatives Joe Skeen (R-2-NM) 8thTerm 62% 2367 RHOB 202-225-2365 Fax: 202-225-9599 ~iogr,,aph~ .b.. J.une 30; 192.7, Ros_we!l, NM, ~heep anchor; k;amo=ic; m. Mary jones, z children; lexas A&M, B.S.; Navy "44-'46; home, Picacho Oistdct: 2rid, Pop. 504,659; Maj. Cities, Roswell, Las Cruces; Offices, Las Cruce~ (505)527-1771, Roswell (505)622-O055 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm., Suzanne Eisold: Appt. Sec., Lin Rhode: Legis., Bruce Oonisthorpe IkeSkelton (D-4-MO) 10thTerm 68% 2227 RHOB 202-225-2876 Fax: 202-225-2695 Biography: b. Dec. 20, 1931~, Lexi_ngton, MO. Attorney: Disciples of Christ: rn. ~usan B. Anding, 3 children; U. of MO, A.B., LL.B.; home, Lexington District: 4th, P~op. 569,146; Maj. City, Jeff.erson Offices, Blue ~prings (816)228-4242, Jefferson City (314)635-3499, Sedalia (816)826-2675 Committees: National Security Aides: Adm., Jack Pollard; Le(~is., Lara Battles; Sec., Heather Richwine; Press. Amy Blankenship ~Louise M. Slaughter (D-28-NY) 5thTerm 57% 2347 RHOB 202-225-3615 Fax: 202-225-7822 BIograp_hy: b. A.ug. 1_-4, 1929, ,H.arlan Coun.ty, KY, Market Researcher; ~piscopa~ian; m. Rooert, 3 children; U. of KY, B.S., M.S.; home, Fairport District: 28th, Pop. 580,337; Maj. City, Rochester; Offices, Rochester (716)232-4850 Committees: Budget; Government Reform and Oversight Aides; Adm., Murray Rapp; Legis., Thomas Bantle; Sec., Julie Fustanio; Press, Kelly Sullivan Christopher H, Smith (R-4-NJ) 8thTerm 68% 2370 RHOB 202-225-3765 Fax: 202-225-7768 ~iogr,ap~y: b:..M.ar, 4, 1953 Rahway, NJ Sp.orting coos ~us.; k;atholic; m. Mar e Hahn. ;$' children; Trenton State, B.A.; home, Robbinsvi/le BDist, rict: 4th, Pop. 594~630; Maj. Cities, Trenton. urdngton; Offices. =renton (609)890-2800, Burlington (609)386-5534, Whiting (g08}350-2300 Committees; International Relations; Veterans' Affairs " Aides:Adm., MartyDannenfelser Legis.,MaryMcDermott:Sec. Patricia Co I: Press. David Kush Lamar S. Smith (R-21-TX) 5thTerm 90% 2443 RHOB 202-225-4286 Fax: 202-225-8628 Biography: b: Nov. 19 194..7 San Antonio,.TX. Attorney, Hancner; Christ/an ~cientist; m. Elizabeth Schaefer, 2 children; Yale, B.A.; S.M.U, J.D.: home. San Antonio Oistrict: 21 st, Pop. 566,217; Maj. C~ties. San Antonio, Midland; Offices, San Antonio (210)821-5024, Midland (915]687-5232. Round Rock (512)218-4221 Committees: Budget; Judiciary Aides: Adm.. John Lampmann; Legis., Ken Mehlrnan; Sec.. Elissa Ptuett; P~ess. Scot Montrey 019~5 THE U.S. CQ,VGRES~ H.~,'D,~3OK 129 TI30763349
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r Representatives Linda Ann Smith (R-3-WA) lstTerm 62o~ 1217 LHOB 202-225-3536 Fax: 202-225-3478 Biography:. b Jury 16 1950. La Junta, CO, Tax ConsuitanI, State,S~nat~r Assembly of God; m. Vern Smith, 2 children; I'~me, Vancouver District: 3rd. Pop. 540,745; Maj. Cities, Olympia, Vanco~ver; Offoes, Vancouver (208)695.6292 Laoey (360)923-9393 ' Committees: Resources; Small Business Aides: Adm., Patrick Fiske: Legis., Ted Case; Sec.. Diane Wannamaker; Press, Katherine Smith Nick Smith (R-7-MI) 2nd Term 65% 1530 LHOB 202-225-6276 Fax: 202-225-6281 Biograph..y: b. Nov. 5, 1934, Addison, MI, Dairy Farmer; uongregationaf; m. Bonnalyn Atwood, 4 children; MI State U, B A.; U. of DE M.S : Air Force '59-'61 home, Add son District: 7th Pop. 580 957; Maj. Cities, Battle Creek, Jackson; O~ices, Cha}fofte (517)543-0055, Jackson (517)783-4486, Adrian (517)265-5012 Committees: Agriculture; Budget Christ;Aides: Press,Adm" MikeFlemingMurraySaunders; Legis,, Kurt Schmautz; Sec., Mary RGerald B. Solomon (R-22-NY) 9thTerm 73% 2206 RHOB 202-225-5614 Fax: 202-225-6234 Biography: b. Aug. 14 1930, Okee~chobe..e, .FL, Investment/Insurance; Presbyterian; m. t-rode ~'arKer 5 children; St. Lawrence U, B A.; Marines '50-'51; home, G ens Falls District: 22rid Pop_. 580 337. Mai. Cities, Glens Falls Saratoga Springs; Offices, SaratOga Spgs: (51~)587-9800, Glens Falls (516)792-3031, Hudson (518)82843181 Committees: Rules/Chairman CookAides: Adm., Geoff Gleeson; Legis., Frank Petramale; Sec., Dorothy W. Mark Souder (R-4-1N) lstTerm 56% 508 CHOB 202-225-4436 Fax: 202-225-3479 B~ograJ~hy; b. July 18 1950, FortWayne, IN_, General Store Owner; Brethre~ of Christ; mo Diane Zimmer, 3 children; Indiana U., B.S., Notre Dame U., M.B.A; home, Fort Wayne p_4ietrict:4th Pop 554 416 Maj. Cries, Ft. Wayne untington ~Jffic~'s, Fo;'t Wayne (219)424-3041 Committees; Economic and Educational Opportunities; Government Reform and Oversight; Smatl Business Aides: Adm., Ziad Ojakli; Legis, Holly Harle; Scheduler, Dawn Gerson; Press, Angela F cod Floyd D. Spence (R-2-SC) 13thTerm Unc. 2405 RHOB 202-225-2452 Fax: 202-225-2455 Biography: b.Apr. 9 1928 Cotumbia SOAttorney; Lutheran; m. Debora}~ Williams, 4 Chil~ren~ U. of SC, B.A., LL.B.: Navy '52-'54; home, Lexington District: 2nd Pop 581 111- Mai Ci~, Columbia; Offices, Col~mb~ (80~)25"4-51~0 "(~rangeburg (803)536-4641, Beaufort (803)521-2~30 Committees: National Security/Chairman; Veterans' Affairs Aides: ,4drn .Press, Craig Metz; Legis., Miriam Wolf; Sec., Caroline Brys~r~ Representatives John M. Spratt, Jr. (D-5-SC) 7thTerm 52% 1536 LHOB 202-225-5501 Fax: 202-225-0464 Biography; b. Nov~.l, 1..942, Ch..arto.tte, N.C, Attorney, Ban~er. insurance L;o. uwner; vresDytenan; m. jane Stacy, 3 children; Davidson College, A.B.; U. of Oxford, M.A., Yale. L.L.B.; Army '69-'71; home, York District: 5th, Pop. 541.910; Maj. City. Rock Hill; Offices. Rock Hill (803)327-1114, Sumter (803)773- 3362, Darlington (803)393-3998 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; National Security Aides: Adm., Ellen Buchanan; Legis., Juanita Toatley; Exec. Asst., Marilee Sanders; Press, Chuck Fant Fortney (Pete) Stark (D-13-CA) 12thTerm 64% 239 CHOB 202-225-5065 Fax: Not Public L~lography: b~N, ov, 11 1931 Milwaukee, Wl Banker; niter an; m. uecorah Roder ck, 4 ch dren; ~ T, B.S.; U. of CA, M.B.A.; Air Force '55-'57; home, Hayward District; 13th, Pop_, 572.441; Maj. City, Fremont; Offices, Hayward (510)247-1388 Committees: Ways & Means; Joint Economic/Ranking Aides: Adm.-Legis.-Press, Bill Vaughan; Scheduler, Ella Mumphard L~Clifford Stearns (R-6-FL) 4thTerm Unc. 2352 RHOB 202-225-5744 Fax: 202-225-3973 ,B.iog,ra~hy: b. Apts.16.1941, Washington. DC, ~ote~ ~xecutive; ~resoyter an; m. Joan Moore, 3 children; George Washington U., B.S.: Air Force '63- '67; home, Ocala District: 6th, Pop. 562,518. Maj. City, Ooal a; Offices, Ocala (904)351-8011, L~esburg (904)326-8285, Orange Park (904)269-3203 Committees: Commerce; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm., Jack Seum; Legis., Veronica Crowe; Sec., Marcia Summers Charles W, Stenholm (D-17-TX) 9~ Term ~4% 1211 LHOB 202=225-6605 Fax: 202-225-2234 piqgraphy:b. Oct. 26 1938. Stamford TX. Farmer; utheran; m. Cynthia ~atson, 3 childre~ Texas Tech, B.S., M.S.; home, Avoca District; 17th, Pop. 566,217; Maj. City, Abilene; Offices, Stamford (915)773-3623, Abilene (915)673- 7221, San Angelo (915)655-7994 Committees: Agriculture; Budget Aides: Adm.-Sec., Lois Auer; Legis.0 Bocce "lice; Press, John Haugen Steve Stockman (R-9-TX) lstTerm 52% 417 CHOB 202-225-6565 Fax: 202-225-3483 ABlography: b. Nov. 14, 1956 Bloomfield Hill MI ccountant; Bapt st; m. Patti Fe(guson, U. of Hou.~ton, B.S.; home, Webster District: 9th, Pop. 566,217; Maj. Cities, Beaumont, Galveston; Climes, Beaumont (409)839-2508, Galveston (40~))766-3608 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Science A~des:Adm. Dennis Stevens: Legis. DanCaprio Scheduler, Patti Martin Press, Kevi~'B shop 1:30 ~19<J5 THE'U.S. CO,~#GRESS HANDBOGK 015"35 THE U.S. COf#GRESS HAt;DBGCK 131 T!30763350
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Representatives Louis Stokes (D11-OH) 14th Term 77% 2365 RHOB 202-225-7032 Fax: 202-225-1339 ,~iograplly: b. Feb. 23, 1925~.Cleveland, OH, ttorney~ Methodist; m. Jeanette ~-rancis, ¢ children; Case Western. I~.A.; C~eveland Law, J.D.; Army '43- "46: home, Shaker Heights District: 1 lth, Pop. 570 901; Msi. City, Cleveland; Offices. Cleveland (216~522-4900, Cleveland Hgts (216)522-4907 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm., Leslie Atkinscn; See., Sallie Belt; Sche3duler, Dolores Dunn; Press, Joyce Larkin ~Gerry E, Studds (D-10-MA) 12thTerm 69% 237CHOB 202-225-3111 Fax: 202-225-2212 Biography: b. May. 12 1937, Mineola, NY, Teacher; Episcopalian; Single, Yale, B.A., M.A.: home, Cohasset District; lOth, Pop. 601,642; Maj. City, Cape Cod' Offices, Brockton (508)584-6666, Quincy (617)770-' 3700, Hyannis (508)771-0666 Committees: Commerce; Resources Aides: Adm., Steven Schwadron; Legis., Eileen O'Brien; Sac., Leah Vosburgh; Press, Brendan Daly ~Bob Stump (R-3-AZ) 10thTerm 70% 211 CHOB 202-225-4576 Fax: 202-225-6328 _Biography: b. Apr. 4 1927, Phoenix, AZ Farmer; ~eventh Day Advent,;'Divorced, 3 children! AZ State U., BS.; Navy "43-'46; home, Tolleson District: 3rd, Pop. 610,871; Mat. Cities, Phoenix, Glenda(e; Offices, Phoenix (602)379-6923 Committees: National Security; Veterans' Affairs/Chairman Aides: Adm.-Legis.-Press, Lisa Jackson; Scheduler, Dolores Dunn ~Bart Stupak (D-1-MI) 2ndTerm 57% 317 CHOB 202-225-4735 Fax: 202-225-4744 Bfography: b. Feb. 29 1952, Milwaukee WI, Attorney, Policeman; ~atholic: m. Laurie O~sen, 2 children;Saginaw Valley State, B,A.; Thomas Cooley Law, J.D.;home, Menominee District: 1st, Pop. 580 956- Maj. Cities, Marquetle, Traverse City" Offices' Es~anaba (906)766-4504, Marquette (906)228-3700, Houghton (90~')482.1371 Committees: Commerce A~des: Adm., John Wyma; Legis., Diane Copelin; Sac., Lisa Davison; Press, Eric Hoffman James M.Talent (R-2-MO) 2ndTerm 67% 1022 LHOB 202-225-2561 Fax: 202-225-2563 Biography: b. Oct. 18. 1956, St, Louis, MO Attorney; Presbyterian; m. Brenda Lyons, 2 ~;hildren; Washington U., B.A.; U. of Chicago, J.O.;home, Chestedield District: 2nd. Pop. 568 306' Maj. Cities St, Charles, Chesterfield; Offices, Si. C~arles (314)~49-6826, St. Louis (314)872-<3561 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; National Security; Small Business Aides: Adm.-Legis,. Mark Strand; Sac.. Dan Mulvaney; Press. Steve Bones Representatives JohnTanner (D-8-TN) 4th'rerm 64°7. 1127 LHOB 202-225-47t4 Fax: 202-225-1765 B[,ogr~ph~.~ b. S.ep. 22 t944, Halls, T.N, A_ttomey=. Banking; usc p~es of Christ; m. Betty Ann ~'ortis, 2 children; U. of TN, B.S.. J.D.; Navy '68-72; home, Un~on City District: 8th, POp. 541.907: Mai. Cities, Union C¢~, Jackson; Offices, Union City (901}885-7070. Jackson (901)423-4848, Memphis (901)382-3220 Committees: National Security; Science Aides: Adm., Vickie Walling; Legis., Doug Thompson; Sac., Rathy Becker; Press, Jeff Reining ~ RandyTate (R-9-WA) lstTerm 51% 1118 LHOB 202-225-8901 Fax: 202-225-3484 Biography: b Nov. 23, 1965, Pallvup. WA, Public Officzal; Baptist; m. Julie Wo cott, t child; Western WA U., B.A.; home, Pallyup District: 9th, Pop. 540,744; Maj. Cities, Tacoma, Auburn; Offices, Federal Way (206)946-0553. Puyatlup (206}840-5668 Committees.' Government Reform and Oversight; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Chief of Staff, Marjorie Strayer; Legis., Andy Ehrlich; Exec, Asst. Lori Grosbeck; Press, Ron Reese ~',~1~ I w.a. (Billy)Tauzin (D-3-LA) 9thTerm uno. 2183 RHOB 202-225-4031 Fax: 202-225-0563 B~ogr~ph~/: b June 14 19..43, Chackbay LA, Attorney; Catholic; m. Cecile ~ergeron, 5 children; Nicholls St., B.A.; LA State, J.D.; home, Thibodaux District: 3rd, Pop, 602,950; Maj. Cities, New Orleans, Houma; Offices, New Orleans (504)589-6366, Houma (504)876-3033, Gonzales (504)621-8490 Committees: Commerce; Resources Aides: Adm., Emily Shaw; Lefts., Dan Brouillette; Exec, Asst., Jeff Lewis; Press, Ken Johnson F.,~X. ~..3. f,,- ~, %5_.~ Charles H.Taylor (Ro11-NC) 3rdTerm 60~/o / 231 CHOB 202-225-6401 Fax: 202--~'a~"~9.'-'/ Biography: b. Jan. 23 ~941, Brevard NC, Tree Farmer; ~aptist; m. Elizabeth Owen, 3 children; Wake Forest U., B.A., J.D.; home, Brevard District: 11th, Pop, 552,387 Maj. City, Asheville; Offices, Asheville (704)251-198B, She by (704)484- 6971, Murphy (704)837-3249 Commlttees~ Appropriations Aides: Adm., Roger France; Legis., Caroline Choi; Scheduler, Chad Blankenburg; Press, Jack Cox Gone Taylor (D-5-MS) 4th Term 60% 2447 RHOB 202-225-5772 Fax: 202-225-7074 i~iography: b. Sep.. 17, 1953, Bay.St. Louis, MS, Sales epresentative; Catholic; m. Margaret Gordon, 3 children; Tulane, B,A.; home, Bay St. Louis District: 5th Pop. 514 611: Mat. City, Gulfport; Offices, Gulfport (6~'1}864-76~0. Hattiesburg (601)582-3246. Pascagoula (601)762-1770 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; National Security Aides: Adm.. Wayne Weidie; Legis,. Stephen Peranich; Scheduler. Laura Haas; Press. Shown Bullard THE U.$ CGNGRESS I~Af,~DB'~:~'K 1:~ TI30763351
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~ R_ epresentatives FrankTejeda (D-28-TX) 2ndTerm 71% 323CHOB 202-225-1640 Fax:202-225-1641 B,~o~]raphy: b. Oct. 2 1945, San Antonio, TX, Attorney. Cat~olic; Divorced, ~ children; St. Maq/s U., B.A., U: of CA (Berkeley), J D.; Yale U., LL.M., Ha,'vard U., M.RA.; Marines'63-'67; home, San Antonio District: 281h, Pop. 566,217; Maj. City, San Antonio; Offices, San Antonio (210)924-7383 Committees: National Security; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Chief of Staff JeffMendelsohn; Legis., Marc Ehudin; Exec. Asst., Bianca Pena vet; Press. Clara Pizana William M.(Bill)Thomas (R-21-CA) 9thTerm 69% 2208 RHOB 202-225-2915 Fax: 202-225-8798 Biography: b. Dec. 6 1941 Wallace, ID, Profes..sor; Baptist; m. Sharon'Ham(ton, 2 children; ~an Francisco St., B.A. San Franc sco St, M.A.; home, Bakersfie d _ District: 2161 Pop. 571 300. Maj. City Bakersfield; Offices, lSaketsfie/d (805)327-36)'~, Visalia (~9J'627o6549 ' Committees: House Oversight/Chairman; Ways and Means; Joint Taxation Aides: Adm. Cathy Abernathy. Legie., Bob Winters; Sec., Julie Hasler; Press, Bill Pierce Bonnie G,Thornpson (D-2-MS) 2ndTerm 53% 1408 LHOB 202-225-6876 Fax: 202-225-5898 cBiography: b. Jan. 28 1948. Bolton. MS Teacher ounty Supervisor Me}hodist; m. London'Johnson~ 1 child; Tougaloo College, B.A., Jackson State U., M.S,; home, Bolton District: 2nd Pop. 515 424; Maj, Cities, Greenville Jackson; OffiCes, Greenville (601)335-9003, Bo ton (601)866-9003, Greenwood Committees: Agriculture; Small Business Aides: Adm., Bonnie Walker-Armstron; Legis.-Press, Delbert Rigsby; Scheduler, Richard Mattox William M. (Mac)Thornberry (R-13-TX) 1st Term 55% 1535 LHOB 202-225-3706 Fax: 202-225-3486 Biography: b July 15 1958, Clarendon TX Attorney, Rancher; Pre~byteria~; m. Sally Adam~, ;~" children; Texas Techo B.A ; U. of IX, J.E)." home, Clarendon ~t,rf.~: _/3!.h, P_o~. 566,2.17; Maj. Cities. Amarillo, w cm[a ~-a~s; urtices .,~mar Io (806)371-8844, WJtchila Far s (817)767-05,~ 1 Committees: National Security; Resources; Joint Economic Aides: Adm.-Press, TOmmy Thompson; Legis., Ken Hodges; Sec., Julie McClure ~RayThornton (D-2-AR) 6thTerm 57% 1214 LHOB 202-225-2506 Fax: 202-225-9273 Biography: b. July 16 1928 Conway AR Attorney; Churc'd or'Christ, m. B~,tty J~'Mann, ~'~h'~l~ren, Yale. B.A.: U ofAR, J.D.: Navy, "51-'54; home, Little Rock District: 2nd Pop 587.412; Maj City. Ultle Rock; Off cos, Little'Rock (501)324-5941 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm.-Legis.. Ed Fry; Sec -Press, Lauren Gaddy 134 ~1995 THE U.S. CO*%'GRESS HA~,~DSOC~K J Representatives Karen L.Thurman (D-5-FL) 2ndTerm 57% 130CHOB 202-225-1002 Fax:202-226-0329 ~iography; b=Jan: 12,._1951, Rapid City. SD. athemat~cs leacne~'; ~piscopahan; m. John Thurman, 2 children; U. of FL, B.A.; home, Dunnellon District: 5th, Pop. 562,518; Maj. Cities. Gainesville. New Port Richey; Offices, inverness (904)637-9945. Gainesvilte (904)336-6614, New Port Richey (613)849-4496 Committees: Agriculture; Government Reform and Oversight Aides: Adm.. Nora Matus: Legis., Bob Dobek; Sac.. Joan Hall; Press. Sloven Cohen ~Todd Tiahrt(R-4-KS)lstTerm 53% 1319 LHOB 202-225-6216 Fax:202-225-3489 Biography: b. June 15 1951, Vermillion SD, Aerospace Manager; AsSembly of God: m. Vickz Holland, 3 children; Evangel College, B.A., Southwest MO State, M.B.A.; home, Goddard District: 4th, Pop. 619,374; Maj. Cities, Wichita, Newton; Offices, Wichita (316)262-8992, Independence {316)331-8056 Committees: Natior~al Security; Science pAides: .A.dm. Dave Hanna; Legis., Jeff Kahrs; Scheduler, Joan Smutko; ross, Matt SOh app Peter G,Torkildsen (R-6oMA) 2ndTerm 61% 120 CHOB 202-225-8020 Fax: 202-225-8037 ~iography: b. Ja_n. 28. 1958~Mi .waukee, WI, State epresemative; Catholic; m. ~ingze, U. of MA, B.A.; Harvard U,, M.P.A.; home, Danvers District: 6th, Pop. 601,643; Maj. Cities, Lynn, Haverhill; Offices, Salem (508)741-1600, Lynn (617)599-2424, Haverhill (508)521-0111 Committees= National Security; Resources; Small Business AIdes~ Adm., Christian Zur; Legis. Brian Gottlieb: Scheduler, Cornelia Cabot; Press, Eric Convey ~Esteban Torres (D-34-CA) 7thTerm 63% 2368 RHOB 202-225-5256 Fax: 202-225-9711 Biography: b. Jan. 27, 1930. Miami, AZ, Intl. Trade E~ecut~ve; m. Arcy Sanchez, 5 children CA State, ; Army 49-'53; home. West Covina District: 341h, Pop. 573,047 Maj. Cities Nont~alk, Montebe ]o; Off ces,' Pico Rivera (310)695-0702 (.~ommittees: Appropriations Aides= Adm. Albert Jacquez; Legis,, Ph AIperson; Sec., Mary Ann B oodworth; Press. Roderic Olvera Young Robert G.Torricelli (D-9-NJ) 7thTerm 62% 1026 LHOB 202-225-5061 Fax: 202-225-0643 Biography: b. Aug. 26. 1951. Paterson. N J, Attorney; Methodist; Divorced; Rutgers. B.A.. J.D.; Haward. MBA; home, Englewood Dlstri¢t: 9th, Pop. 594,630 Mat. City, Hackensack; Offces, Hackensack (201)646-1111, Jersey City (201)222-8100 Committees: International Relations; Select Intelligence Aides: Adm., Jamie Fox; Legis.. Scott Wilson Sec. Rebecca Dishotsky: Press. Steve Rsher THE. MS. COtIGRESS H,,VqDBOQK 135 T!30763352
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Representatives ..... -Ed01phusTowns (D-10-NY) 7thTerm 59% 2232 RHOB 202-225-5936 Fax: 202-225o10t8 Biography; I:}.July 21,1934, Chadbourn, NC, Socia! Worker; Presbyterian; m. Gwen Forbes, 2 children NC A&T U., B.S.; AdelphL M.S.W.; Army 56-'58; home. Brooklyn District." 10lb, Pop. 580.338- Mai. City;, Brooklyn (part); Offices, Brooklyn (718)855~018, Brooklyn (718)387- 8696 Committees: Commerce; Government Reform and Oversight Aides: Adm.-Legis.. Brenda Pillors; Sec., Josie Wiltshire; Press, Khalil Munir James A. Traficant, Jr. (D-17-OH) 6thTerm 77% 2446 RHOB 202-225-5261 Fax: 202-225-3719 ~ io.graphy: b. May. 8, 1941 Youngstown, OH, Law morcement; Cathol c: m. Patncia Choppa, 2 children; U. of Pittsburgh, B.S.; Youngstown State, M.S.; home, Poland District: 17th, PoD. 570,900 Maj. City, Youngstown. Offices, Ni es (216)652-5649 Youngstown (216)743" 1914 ' Committees: Science; Transportation and infrastructure Aides: Adm., Paul Marcone; Legis., Dan Blair; Sec., Charles McCrudden Walter R.Tucker, III (D-37-CA) 2rid Term 78% 419 CHOB 202-225-7924 Fax: 202-225-7926 Biography: b. May. 28, 1957, Compton, CA, Mayor, District Attorney; Baptist; m. Robin Marie StairS, 2 children; U. of So. CA, B.A,, Georgetown U., J.D.: home, Complcn District: 37th Pop. 572 049; Maj. Cities LA. Long Beach Office~, Compto~ (310)884-9989 Committees: Small Business; Transportation and infrastructure Aides: Adm.-Press, Marcus Mason; Legis., Larry Risley; Sec., Wanda Williams Fred Upton (R-6-MI) 5th Term 73% 2333 RHOB 202-225-3761 Fax: 202-225-4986 Biography: b. Apr. 23 1953 St. Joseph, MI Congressional Aide; Co~gregai one st; m. Ame~; Rulon-Miller, 2 chidren; U. of MI, B.A.; home, St. Joseph District: 6th Pop 580 956" Maj. Cities, Kalamazoo; Offices, Kalamazoo i61~)385-0039 St. Joseph (616)982-1986 ' Committees= Commerce Aides: Adm, Joan Hillebrands; Legis., Jeff Myers; Sec., Liz Pavlich; Press, David Woodruff NydiaVelazquez (D-12-NY) 2ndTerm 92% 132 CHOB 202-225-2361 Fax: 202-226-0327 Biography: b. Mar. 22 1953 Yabucoa PR Public Administrator, Educator~ CathOlic; Divorced, 0. of PR, B.A.; NYU, M.A.; home, Brooklyn District: f2th Pop 580 337" Maj City, NewYorkCity" Offices, Br~ok~y'n (~t18)~99-'~6~ Manhatta~ (212)673.3997. Queens (718)699-26E2 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Small Business Aides:Adm KarenAckerm~n Legis SteveCar~o.Schedu~r Gloriana Ty:er " " "' ' . 136 ~t~.~5 THE U.S. CO,%'GRESS HANDBOQK Representatives Bruce RVento 2304 RHOB 202-225-6631 Fax: 202-225-1968 Biogr,a.ph,y,:. b. OCt. 7, 1940. St. Paul MI Teacher; CatSo¢ic; uivorced, 3 children; WI State, B.S.: home. St. Paul D|stfict: 4th, Pop.546,887; Mai. City. St. Paul; Offices. St.Paul (612)224-4503 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Resources Aides: Adm., Lawrence Romans; Legis., Kirsten Johnson; Sec., Mary Ann Daly; Press. Kerri McClimen L~Peter J.Visclosky (D-l-IN) 6thTerm 55% 2464 RHOB 202-225-2461 Fax: 202-225-2493 Biography: b. Aug. 13 1949, Gary, IN, Attorney; Catt~olic; m. Ann O~Keele, N U., B.S,; Notre Dame. J.D., Georgetown. LL.M4 home, Merrillville District: 1st, Pop. 554,416; Maj. Cities, Gary, Portage; Offices, Gary(219)884-1177, Portage (219)763-2904, Valparaiso (219)464-0315 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm., Chuck Brimmer; Legis., Cameron Griffith; Exec. Asst., Betty McArthur; Press. Jeff O'Mara L~Harold L.Volkmer (D-9-MO) 10thTerm 51% 2409 RHOB 202-225-2956 Fax: 202-225-7834 Biography: b, Apr. 4. 1.931_. Je,ffers_on.City, MO, Attorney; Catho ic; m. Shiney ~ras~ett, 3 children; St. Louis U., B.A.; U. of MO, LL.B.; Army '55-'57; home, Hannibal District: 9th, Pop. 568,347; Mal. City, Columbia: Offices, Hannibal (314)221-1200, Macon (816)385-5615, Columbia (314)449-5111 Committees: Agriculture Aides: Adm., Jim Spurting; Legis., Troy Phillips; Sec.. Paula Lyng: Press, Sally Evans BarOara R Vucanovich (R-2-NV) 7thTerm 53% 2202 RHOB 202-225-6155 Fax: 202-225-2319 ABiography: b. June 22 1921, C..amp Dix. NJ. Travel gency Owner; CathOlic; m. L~eorge, 5 children; home, Reno District: 2rid. Pop. 600,958; Ma}. City, Reno; Offices, Reno (702)784-5003, Elko (702)738-4064, North Las Vegas (702)255-6470 Committees: Appropriations; Republican Conference Sec. Aides: Adm., Mike Pieper; Legis., Dennis Parobek; Sec., Sarah Fowler. Press, Susan Zimmerman Enid GreeneWaldholtz (R-2-UT) lstTerm 46% 515 CHOB 202-225-3011 Fax: 202-225-3491 ABiography~ b. Oct. 5, 1958, San Fra.nci,sco, CA, ttcmey; Mormon; m. Joseph Waldholtz, u. of CT. B.S.; Brigham Young U.. J.D.; home, Salt Lake City District: 2rid, Pop. 574,241; Mai. City, Salt Lake C~t,.,,; Offices, Salt Lake City (801)524-4394 Committees: Rules Aides: A~m., Oawd Harmer; Legis, Jean Pedh; Sec. Brcnwyn Lance 01995 THE. U.S. COttGRESS HANDBOOK137 TI30763353
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| Representatives " " ~ ~ Roi~ert S.Walker (R-16-PA) i0thTerm 70%/ 2369 RHOB 202-225-2411 Fax: 202-~.5-2-4~M~~ Biography: b. Oec. 23.1942. Bradford, PA. Teacher: Pros-by/on,h; m. Sue AIbertson. Miilersville U., B.A.; U. of DE, M.A.; home, East Petersburg District: 16th, Pop. 565,817; Mai. City, Lancaster; O~ces. Lancaster (717)393-0665, Exton (215)363- 8409 Committees: Budget; Science/Chairman Aides: Adm.,Connie T~.umm~; Legis.. Gail Giedzinski; Exec. Asst., Peter Holran; Press, Donna Boyer L~JamesT.Walsh (R-25-NY) 4thTerrn 57% 1330 LHOB 202-225-3701 Fax: 202-225-4042 .Blography~ b. June..19 1947 S~vra_cus_e, N~ MarKeting ~-xecutive; uatho c; m. ueue Hyan, ~ children; St. Bonaventure U., B.A.; home, Syracuse District: 25th, Pop. 580,337; Maj. C(ty, Syracuse; Offices, Syracuse (315)423-5657, Auburn (315}255- 0649, Cortland (607)756-3919 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm.-Legis., At! Jutton; Sec.. Michelle Grabda; Press, Jim O'Connor ~ZachWamp (R-3-'I'N) lst'l'erm 52% 423 CHOB 202-225-3271 Fax: 202-225-3494 BIo_qraphy: b. Oct. 28 1957 Ft. Bennin.q, GA Real Estate Broker; Baptist; ~. Kim Watts, 2 chi 0ren; Rome, Hickson DIstrich 3rd, Pop. 541,866; Maj. Cities, Cha/tanooga., Oak Ridge; Offices, Chattanooga (615)894-7400, OaK Ridge (615)576.1976 Committees: Science; Small Business; Transportation and infrastructure Aides: Adm,, Helen Hardin; Legis., Bob Castro; Sec., Stephanie McMahon; Press, Dick Kopper ~MikeWard (D-3-KY) lstTerm 44% 1032 LHOB 202-225-5401 Fax: 202-225-3511 Biography~ b. Jan. 7, 1951, White Plai.n.s Advertising ~xec.; Episcopalian; m. Christina Heavrin, 2 children; U, of Louisville, B.S.; home, Louisville District~ 3rd, Pop. 613 725 Majo City, Louisville; Off cos, Lou svi e (502)582-5129 Committees: National Security; Science Aides: Adm., Michael Long; Legis., Stacy Jarboe; See., Linda West; Press, Chr)stian Patterson MaxineWaters (D-35-CA) 3rdTerm 78% 330 CHOB 202-225-2201 Fax: 202-225-7854 Biography: b. Aug. 15, 1938, St. Louis MO, Head Star~-Teacfler; m. Sli~ney Williams, 2 children; CA State (L.A.), B.A.; home, Los Angeles District: 35th, Pop. 570,882; Maj. City, So. Los Angeles; Offices, Los Angeles (213)757-8900 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Legis., Bill Zavarello; Se¢., Betty Edwards; Press, Patriok Lacefield Represerdatives MelvinWatt (D-12-N~) 2ndTerrn 66% 1230 LI~O~, ?_02.-225-1510 F~y.;202-2,?.5-1512 Biograph](: b: Aug. 26, 1~94.5, ,Steels Creek, NC. Attorney; ~'res~ytenan; m ~u=aoa, 2 children; U. of NC, B.S.; Yale U., J.D.; home, Charlotte District: 12th, Pep. 552,387; Mai. Cities, Charlotte. Greensboro; Olfices, Charlotte (704)344-9950, Durham (919)688-3004, Greensboro (.919)379-9403 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Judiciary AtSes: Adm., Joan Kennedy; Legis., Zachery Silverstein; Sec.. Sekmah Hamtin ~ Jullus Caesar (J.C.)Watts (R4-OK) lstTerm 52% 1713 LHOB 202-225-6165 Fax: 202.225-3512 Biography: b. Nov. 18, 195~ Eu.fala, OK, State Corporation Commissioner, ~-ro-lootba~t P',ayer: Baptist; m. Frankie, 5 children; U. of OK, B.A., J.D.; home, Norman District; 4th, Pop. 526,787; Me). Cities, Norman, Lawton; Offices, Norman (405)329-6500 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; National Security Aides: Adm., Mike Hunter; Legis., Doug Lamud; Press, Pare Pryor Henry A.Waxrnan (D-29-CA) 11thTerm 2408 RHOB 202-225-3976 Fax: 202-225-4099 Biography: b. Sop. 12 1939 Los Angeles CA~ Attorney; Jewish; m. Janet KesSler, 2 chi[dren;'U, or CA(L.A.), B.A., J.D.; home, Los Angeles District: 29th, Pop. 571 566; Maj. City, Los Angeles; Offices, Los Angeles (2~3)651-1040 Committees: Commerce; Government Reform and Oversight Aides: Adm.opress, Phil $chiliro; Legis., Patricia Delgado; Pets. Norah Lucey Mail; Press, f ------- "1 CurtWeldon (R-7-PA) 5thTerm 70% 245£ RHOB ~02-225-2011 Fax: 202-225-8137 Biography: b July 22 1947, Marcu.s Hook, PA, Teacher; m. Mary Gallagl~er, 5 children; west Chester U., B.A.; home, Aston Oistrict: 7th Pop. 565,730; Maj. City, Philadelphia; Offices, Up~'er Derby (215)259.0700 Committees: National Security; Science Aides:Adm.,DougRitter;Legis.,NancyLitset;Sec SarahYoung Press, Dana Caterson ~ DaveWeldon (R-15-FL) lstTerm 54% 216CHOB 202-225-3671 Fax:202-225-3516 Biography: b. Aug. 31 1953 Amity.vitle NY, Phystcian; m. Nancy Sourl~eck. 1" child; State'U; o| NY (Stonybrook), B S.; (Buffalo), M.D.; Army "81-'88; home, Palm Bay District: 15th, Pop. 562,519; Ma{. Cities, Palm Bay, Melbourne; Offices, Melbourne (407)632-1776 Committees: Economio and Educational Opportunities; Science Aides: Adm., Dana Garzke: Legis, Stuart Burns; Exec. Asst., Barbara Reynolds: Press, April Lassiter ~1~,5 THE U.S. COt;CRESS HANOBOOK139 T!30763354
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Representatives ~Geraid(Jerry)Weller (R-11-1L) lstTerm 61% 1710 LHOB 202-225-3635 Fax: 202-225-3521 Bio(Iraphy: b. July 7, 1957, S,treator, IL, Public Official: Single; U. of IL, B.S.: home, Morris District: 1 lth, Pop. 571,530; Mai. Cities. So. Chicago, Joliet; Offices, Morris (815)941-0096 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; Transportation and Infrastructure; Veterans' Affairs Aides: Adm., Jim Hayes; Legis.. Bill Himpler; Sec., Maggie Lockwood; :'ess. Kim Clarke Rick White (R-I-WA) lstTerm 51% 116 CHOB 202-225-6311 Fax: 202-225-3524 Biography: b. Nov. 6 1953 Bloomington IN Attorney; Presbyterian; ~. Vikki Kennedy, 4 children; Dartmouth, B.A.; Georgetown U., J.D.; home, Bainbridge Island District: 1st, Pop. 540,745; Maj. Cities, No. Seattle, Kirkland; Offices, Mountlake Terro (206)640-0233 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm., Mike Gallagher; Legis., John Kelly; Sec., Amonica Rich; Press. Connie Correll Ed Whitfield (R-1-KY) lstTerm 51% 1541 LHOB 202-225-3115 Fax: 202-225-3547 Biography: b. May. 25 1943, Hopkinsville, KY, Attorney; Iglethodist; m. C~nnie Harriman, 1 child; U. of KY, B.S.; U. of KY, J.D.; home, Hopkinsville District: 1st, Pop. 614,226; Maj. City, Hopkinsville; Offices, Hopkinsville (502)885-8079, Paducah (502)442-6901, Henderson (502)826-4180 Committees: Commerce Aides: Adm., Terry Carmack; Legis., Karen Long; Sec., Lisa Metheny; Press, Jim Robb RogerWicker (R-l-MS) lstTerm 63% 206 CHOB 202-225-4306 Fax: 202-225-3549 Biography: b. July 5 1951 Pontotoc, MS Attorney, Congressional A~d~; lSa~'tist; m. Gayl~ Long, 3 children; U. of MS, B.A., J.D.; Air Force '76-'80; home, ]'upelo District: 1st, Pop. 514 110; Maj. Cities, Tupelo, Cor nth; Offices, South Haven (601)342-3942, Tupelo (601)844-5437 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm. John Keast; Legis, Dennis Stephens; Sec., Renee Gannaway; Press, Rhonda Keenum ~ PatWilliams (D-At Large-MT) 9th Term 49% 2329 RHOB 202-225-3211 Fax: 202-225-0244 Biography: b. Oct. 30, 1937 Helena MT, Teacher; Catl~olic; m. Carol Griffith, 3 ~:hildren;'U. ~f Denver, B.A.; Army '60-'61; home, Helena District: At Large, Pop. 799,065; Maj. City, Helena; Offices. Helena (406)256-1019, Billings (406)256- 1019, Great Falls (406)771-1242 Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities; Resources Aides: Adm -Legis., Jim Foley; Exec Asst.. Mary Flanagan; Press. David i 140 "~995 THE U.S, CONGRESS HANDBOOK Representatives - ChadesWilson (D-2-TX) 12th'l'erm 57% 2256 RHOB 202-225-2401 Fax: 202-225-1764 Biography: b. Ju.n.e 1,_1933. Trinity, TX, Lumberyard Manager; MethoGist; Divorced, US Naval Academy, B.S.; Navy '56-'60; home, Lufkin District; 2nd, Pop. 566,217; Mai. Cities, Orange, Lufkin; Offices, Lufkin (409)637-1770 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm.. Peyton Waiters; Legis., Laura Miller: Pets. Sec., Lori White: Press, Ela=ne Lang Robert E.Wise, Jr. (D-2-WV) 7thTerm 64% 2434 RHOB 202-225-2711 Fax: 202-225-7856 Biograph__y: b, J,a.n. 6, 1.948, W~as,hing~ton, DC, Attorney; ~P scopalian; m. ~andra L;ascer, z children; Duke U., A.B.; Tulane, J.D.; home, Clenden n District: 2nd, Pop 597,921; Ma). City, Charleston; Offices, Charleston (304)342-7170, Mart nsburg (304)264-8810 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm,, Lowell Johnson; Legis., Jane Mellow; Sec., Aly Goodwin; Press, Rod Blackstone Frank R.Wolf (R-10-VA) 8th Term 88% 241 CHOB 202-225-5136 Fax: 202-225-0437 Biography; b. Jan. 30, 1939, Philadel0hia, PA, Attorney; Frresbyterian m. Carolyn Stover, 5 children; PA State, B.A.; Georgetown, J.D.; Army'61-'62; home, Vienna District; 10th, Pop. 562,664; Me|. C~ties, Fairfax, Herndon: Offices, Herndon (703)709o5800, Winchester (703)667-0990 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm., Charles White; Legis., Janet Shaffron; Sec., Lee Fonvielle; Press, David Whitestone Lynr~Woolsey (D-6-CA) 2nd Term 58% 439CHOB 202-225-5161 Fax: 202-225-5163 Biography: b Nov. 3 1937 Seattle WA Personnel Co.Owner; Presbyterian; Sir{gle, 4 c~ildre'n; U. of San Francisco, B.S.; home, Pelaluma District: 6th Pop. 571,227: Mai. Cities, Santa Rosa, San Rafael; Offices, Petaluma (707)795-1462, Santa Rosa (707)542-7182, San Rafaet (415)507-9554 Committees: Budget; Economic and Educational Opportunities Aides: Adm., Mark Isaac; Sec., Heather Davis; Press, Patrick Kowalczyk RonWyden (D-3-OR) 8thTerm 74% 1111 LHOB 202-225-4811 Fax'. 202-225-8941 Biography: b. May. 3, 1949, Wichita. KS. Attorney, Pro~essodGerontol-ogy; Jewish: m. Laurie Oseran, 2 children; Stanford, B~.; U. of OR, J.D.; home, Portland Districh 3rd, Pop. 568,465; Maj. Cities, Portland, Gresham; Offices, Portland (503)231-2300 Committees: Commerce; Small Business Aides: Chie! of Staff. Josh Kardon; Legist. Ben McMakin; Sec., Bruce Ehrle; Press. Susan Lindauer THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDSQOK 141 T130763355
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Representatives Albert Wynn (D;4-MD) 2ndTerm 75% 418 CHOB 202-225-8699 Fax: 202-225-8714 Biograpli.y: b. Sap. 10. 195.1, Phil~de~phi,~, PA Attorney; t~apbst; m. Alice, 1 cnild; U. of P~ttsDurgh', B.A.; Georgetown U., J.D.; home, Largo District: 4th, Pop. 597,661; Maj. Cities, Takoma Park, B|adensburg; Offices, Landover (301)350-5055 Committees: Banking and Financial Services; International Relations Aides: Adm., Luis Navarro; Legis., James Ballentine; Sac., Norma Collins; Press, Sharon McGill ,, Sidney R.Yates (D-9-1L) 23rdTerm ~ 2109 RHO~5 202-225-2111 Fax: 202-225-3493 • - Biogr,aphy: b. Aug. 27 1909, Chicago, IL, Attorney; Jewish; m. Adeline H~lleb, 1 child;-U, of Chicago, B.A., J.D.; Navy '44:46; home. Chicago District: 9th, Pop. 571,530 Maj. Cities, Chicago, Evanston; Offices, Evanston (708)328-2610, Ch cago (312)353-4596 Committees: Appropriations Aides: Adm.-Press, Mary Bain; Sec., Kim Messineo C.W. (Bill)Young (R-10-FL) 13thTerm Unc. 2407 RHOB 202-225-5961 Fax: 202-225-9764 iBniOgraphy:.b.D.e.c. 16 1930, Har,rnar.vi!le PA surance; Methoaist; m. Bever y Angelo, ;~ cni dren; home, St. Petersburg District: 10th, Pop. 562,518; Maj. City, St. Petersburg; Offices, Largo (813)581-0980, St. Pete (813)893-3191 Committees: Appropriations; Select Intelligenoe Aides: Adm,, Doug Gregory; Legis.-Press, Harry Glenn ~DonYoung (R-At Large-AK) 12thTerm 57°4 2331 RHOB 202-225-5765 Fax:202-225-0425 .Biog.raphy: b. June 9 1933,. Meridi.an: CA_, Te, ache~ Hiverooat Capt.; Episcopalian; m. Lu~a I-reoson, ~' children; Chico State. B.A.: Army '55-'56; home, Ft. Yukon District." At Large, Pop. 550,043; Maj. City, Anchorage; Offices, Anchorage (907)271-5978, Fairbanks (907)456-0210, Kenai (907)283-5B08, Juneau (907)586-7400 Committees: Resources/Chairman; Transportation and infrastructure Aides: Adm., Lloyd Jones; Legis., Christopher Ruhr; Sac., Jen Wise; Press, Steve Hansen ~Biil Zeliff (R-1-NH) 3rdTerm Ss% 1210 LHOB 202-225-5456 Fax: 202-225-4370 B~iography: b. June 12 1936 East Orange, N J, Hotel uwner; m. Sydna TaylOr, 3 ~hildren; U. of CT, B.S.; home, Jackson District: 1st, Pop. 554,360; Maj. City, Mancheste.r; Offices, Manchester (603)669-6330, Portsmouth (603)433-1601 Committees: Government Reform and Oversight; Small Business; Transportation and Infrastructure Aides: Adm., Marshall Cobleigh; Legis. Taylor CasweII; Scheduler. Ann McCa n; Press. Barbara Riley Representatives Dick Z/tamer (R-12-NJ) 3rdTerm 65°/o 228 CHOB 202-225-5801 Fax: 202-225-9181 Biography: b..Au9. 16., 1944, Newark, N J, Attorney; Jewish; m. Marly ~ooospeed, 2 children; Yale, I~.A, LEB.; home, Remington District: 12th, Pop. 594,630; Maj. Cities, Flemington, Princeton; Offices, Lawrence {609)895-1559. Freehold (908)303-9020 Corn ;, Means Aides: Chief of Staff-Legis., David Karvelas: Sec., Rochelle Meyer: Press. David Barnes The Delegates and Comissioner ~lo, ng with 435 ,electe~Re,o,res.en,.tatives, there ar.e f.o, ur ele.g~es an~t one ~es~aem ~ommissioner in ~e 104th L;ongr.e, ss. Although they ma.y not vote on the House floor, ~ney may vote on ~egislation as it is con- sidere,d by committees to which they have been namea. Eni F,H. Faleomavaega (D.Delegate-AS) 4thTerm 63% 2422 RHOB 202-225-8577 Fax: 202-225-8757 Biography: b. Aug 15,1943. Vailoatai, AS, Attorney; Mormon; m. Hinanui Cave, 5 ch dren; Brigham Young, B.A,; U. of Houston, J.D., U. of CA-Berkeley, LL.M; Army '66-'69; home, Pago Pago District: Delegate, Pop. 46,773; Pago Pago (684)633- 1372 Committees: International Relations; Resources Aides: Adm.-Press, J. R. Scanlan; Scheduler, Nancy Leong; Legis., Martin Yerick ~Victor O. Frazer (I-Delegate-VI) lstTerm 55% 1711 LHOB 202-225-1790 Fax: 202.225-3171 Biography: b. May. 24, 1943, St. Thomas VI Attorney: Methodist; Divorced, 2 children; Fisk University, B.A.', Howard U, J.O.; home. SL Thomas District: Delegate, Pop. 101,809: Maj.. Cities, St Thomas, St. Croix; Off=ces, St. Thomas (809)774- 4408, St. Croix (809)778-5900 Committees: International Relations Aides: Adm., Valerie E. Wood; Sec., Valerie E. Wood Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-Delegate-DC) 3rdTerm Unc. 1424LHOB 202-225-8050 Fax:202o225-3002 Biography: b. June 13, 1937, Washington, DC, Law Professor; Episcopalian; Divorce~ 2 children: Antioch. B.A.; Yale, M.A.. LL.B; home Washington,D.C. District: Delegate, Pop. 606,900; Maj. City, District of Columbia; Offices, D.C. (202)783-5065 Committees; Government Reform and Oversight; Transportation and Infrastructure Aide~: Adm.-Press. Donna 2,~azile; Legis.,Cednck Hendricks; Sac, Lorry Hester ~1995 THE U.S. CC~,;'GRESS HAf,'D~OOK 143 T!30763356
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Representatives = Carlos Romero-Barcelo (D-RC-PR) 2ndTerm 51% 428 CHOB 202-225-2615 Fax: 202-225-2154 Biography: b. S..ep. 4,.I932 San.Juan, PR: Attorney, Gov.-PR; Catholic; m. r~athleen uonnelly, ,~ children; Yale U., B.A.; U. of PR, J.D.; home, San Juan District; RE;, Pop. 3,522,037; Maj. City. San Juan; Offices, San Juan (809)723-6333 Committees; Economic and Educational Opportunities; Resources Aides: Adm., Pedro Rivera-Casiano; Legis., Marcia Schmitz; Sec., Denise Fernandez Robert Underwood (D-Delegate-GU) 2ndTerm 80% 424CHOB 202-225-1188 Fax:202-226-0341 Biograp.hy: b. July .13 1948, Tamunin~ GU, College V.P., Processor; m. Lorraine Aguilar. 5 children; CA State U., B.A.. M.A.; U. of S. CA, D.D.E.; home, Baza Gardens District: Delegate. Pop. 133,152; Maj. City, Agana; Offices, Guam (671)477-2587 Committees: National Security; Resources Aides: Adm., Terri Schroeder; Legis., John Whirr; Sec., Angie Borja; Press, Keith Parsky Committees House Republicans: (27) Pat Roberts, KS/Chin.* Bill Emerson, MO Steve Gunderson, WI Larry Combest, TX W~yne Atla~d, CO Bill Barrett, NE John Boehner, OH Tom Ewing, IL John Doolittle, CA Bob Goodlatte, VA Richard Pombo, CA Charles Canady, FL Nick Smith, MI ~. ~ Terry Everett, AL Frank Lucas, OK Ron l,ewis, KY ~_. ~ Richard Baker, LA Michael Crapo, ID Ken Calvert, CA LtSnNGS ARE IN ORDER OF SENIORITY. AREA CODE (202) AGRICULTURE R: 1301 LHOB O: 1305 LHOB Ph: 225-2171 Ph: 225-0317 Fax: 225-0917 Fax: 225-8510 Staff Din: Gary Mitchell; Min. Staff Dir.: Vernie Hubert Democrats: (22) E. Kika de la Garza, TXIRkg.° George Brown, Jr., CA Charles Rose, NC Chartes Stenhotm, TX Harold Vo]kmer, MO Tim Johnson, SD Gary Condit, CA Colhn Peterson, MN Calvin Doo~ey, CA Eva Clayton, NC D_avid Minge, MN I:arl Hilliar~d, AL .Eart P, omeroy_, ND im Holden PA Cynthia McKinney,_ GA Scotty Baesler, KY Karen Thurman, FL Sanford Bishop, GA Bonnie Thompson, MS Sam Farr, CA " He en Chenoweth, ID John Hostettler, IN Ed Pastor, AZ John Baldacci, ME Ed Bryant, TN Tom I_atham, IA Wee Cooley, OR Mark Foley, FL Saxby Chambliss, GA Ray LaHood,.IL "Ex officio member, with vote, on all subcomm{ttees ~UBCOMMI'r~'EES Department Operations, Nutrition and Foreign Operations 1430 LHOB Ph: 202-225-O171 Sta#Dir.: Nell Moseman; Min. Staff: Andy Baker - Republicans: Emerson/Chairman, Allard, Ewing, Goodlatte, Canady, Calvert, Hostettler, Bryant, Latham, Foley, LaHood Democrats: Condit/Ranking, Brown, McKinney, Hilllard, Baesler, Thurman, Bishop, Thompson, Fort, Baldacci General Farm Commodities 1430 LHOB Ph: 202-225-0171 Staff Dir.: Alan Ott; Min. Staff: Start Ray Republicans: Barrett/Chairman. Emerson, Combest, Boehner, Smith, Baker, Latham, Cooley, Chambliss Democrats: StenhoIm/Ranking, Minge, Pomemy, Thompson, Rose, Volkmer, Dootey, Pastor (Continued on next page) ~;995 THE U.S. CO~tGRESS HA~'DBOOK T130763357
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House Committees (Agr~cuIlure Committee continued) Livestock, Dairy and Poultry 1002A LHOB Ph: 202-225-1867 Staff Dir.: John Frank; Min. Staff: Tim DeCoster Republicans: Gundemon/Chairman, Boehner, Goodlatte, Pombo, Smith, Lucas, Cooley Democrats: VolkmedRanking, Peterson, Dooley, Hilliard, Holden Resource Conservation, Research and Forestry 1336 LHOB ' Ph: 202-225-2342 StaffDir.: Doug Benevento; Min. Staff: Anne Simmons Republicans: Allard/Chairman, Gunderson, Barrett, Doolittle, Pombo, Smith, Lucas, Lewis, Crapo, Chenoweth, Hostettler, LaHood Democrats: Johnson/Ranking, Baldacci Brown, Stenholm, Condit, Peters'on, C ayton, Minge, Pomeroy, Holden Risk Management and Specialty Crops 1336 LHOB Ph: 202-225-2342 Staff Dir.: Stacy Carey; Min. Staff: Keith Pitts Republicans: Ewing/Chalrmsn, Combest, Doolittle, Pombo, Everett, Lewis, Bryant, Foley, Chambliss Democrats: Rose/Ranking, Clayton, Baesler, Thurman, Bishop, Farr, Pastor APPROPRIATIONS R: H-218 The Capitol D: 1016 LHOB Ph: 225-2771 Ph: 225-3481 Staff Dir.: James W. Dyer; Min. Counsel; Scott Lilly Republicans: (32) jBoOh Livingston, LA/Chm.° e McDade, PA John Myers, IN _Bill.Young, FL Halph Regula, OH Jerry Lewts, CA John Porter, IL Harold Rogers, KY Joe Skeen NM Frank Wolf', VA Tom DeLay TX Jim Ko be, AZ Barbara Vucanovich, NV Jim Lightfoot, IA Ron Packard, CA Sonny Callahan AL James Wa sh, NY Charles Taylor, NC David Hobson, OH Ernest J. Istook OK Henry Bonilla, ~ Joe Knollenberg, MI Dan Miller, FL Jay Dickey, AR Jack Kingston, GA Frank Ri_qgs, CA Rodney Frelinghuysen, NJ Roger Wicker MS Mic-hae Forbes, NY George Nethercutt, WA Jim 15unn, OR Mark Neumann, Wl Democrats: (24) sD.a.vid O.bey, WI/Rkg.* ionsV Yates, IL Louis Stokes, OH Tom Bevill, AL John Murtha, PA Charles Wilson, TX Norman Dicks WA Martin Sabo MN Jul an Dixon, CA Vic Fazio, CA Bill Hefner, NC Steny Hoyer, MD Richard Durbin, IL Ronald Coleman TX A an Mollohan, WV ~im Ch.a.pman, T.X. arcy ~aptur, OH DavldSkaggs, CO Nancy Pelosi, CA Peter Visclosky, IN Thomas Foglietta, PA Esteban Tortes, CA Nits Lowey, NY Ray Thornton, AR "Ex offic/o member, with vote, on all subcommittees 145 ~l~J5 "/'HE U,S, CONGRESS HANDSO~K House Committees SUBCOMMrrrEES Agriculture 2362 RHOB Ph: 202-225-2638 Staff Asst.: ~m Sanders; Min. Staff: Del Davis Republicans: Skeer#Chairman, Myers, Welsh, Dickey, Kingston, Riggs, Nethercutt Democrats: Durbin/Ranking, Kaptur, Thornton, Lowey Commerce, Justice, State and Judiciary H-309 The Capitol Ph: 202-225-3351 Staff Asst.: Jim Kulikowski, Sally Chadbourne; Min. Staff: Mark Murray Republicans: Rogers/Chairman, Kolbe, Taylor, Regula, Forbes Democrats: MollohardRanking, Skaggs, Dixon District of Columbia H-148 The Capitol Ph: 202-225-5338 Staff Asst.: Cheryl Smith; Min. Staff: Americo Miconi Republicans: Welsh/Chairman, Boni]la, Kingston, Frelinghuysen, Neumann Democrats: Dixon/Ranking, Durbin, Kaptur Energy andWater Development 2362 RHOB Ph: 202.225-3421 Staff Asst.: Jim Ogsbury; Min. Staff: Mark Murray Republicans: Myers/Chairman, Rogers, Knollenberg, Riggs, Frelinghuysen, Bunn Democrats: Bevill/Ranking, Fazio, Chapman Foreign Operations, Export Financing and Related Programs H-150 The Capitol Ph: 202-225-2041 Staff Asst.: Charles Flickner; Min. Staff: Terry Peel Republicans: Callahan/Chairman, Porter, Livingston, Lightfoot, Wolf, Packard, Knollenberg, Forbes, Bunn Democrats: Wilson/Ran~ing, Yates, Pelosi, Torres Interior B-308 The Capitol Ph: 202-225-3081 Staff Asst.: Deborah Weatherly; Min. Staff: Del Davis Republicans: Regula/Chairman, McDade, Kolbe, Skeen, Vucanovich, Taylor, Nethercutt, Bunn Democrats: Yates/Ranking, Dicks, Bsvill, Skaggs Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education 2358 RHOB Ph: 202-225-3508 Staff Asst.: Mike Myers; Min. Staff: Harry Glenn Republicans: Porter/Chairman, Young, Bonilla, Istook, Miller, Dickey, Riggs, Wicker Democrats: Obey/Ranking, Stokes, Hoyer, Pelosi, Lowey Legislative H-148 The Capitol Ph: 202-225-5338 Staff Asst.: Ed',~ard Lombard Republicans: Packard/Chairman, Young, Taylor, Miller, Wicker Democrats: Fazio,/Ranking. Thornton, Dixon (Continued on next page) ~I~S5 THE U.S. C(~,;~GRESS HANDBOOK 147 T130763358
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House Committees (Appn~prlati~ns Committee continued) Military Construction B-300 RHOS Ph: 202-225-3047 Staff Asst.: Liz Dawson; Min, Staff." Mark Murray Republicans: Vucanovich/Chairwoman, Callahan, McDade, Myers, Porter, Istook, Wicker Democrats: Hefner/Rank~ng, Foglietta, Visclosky, Torres National Security H-148 The Capitol Ph: 202-225-2847 Staff Asst.: Kevin Roper; M[n. Staff: Greg Dahlberg Republicans: Young/Cha rman, McDade Uv ngston, Lewis, Skeen, Hobson, Bonilla, Nethercutt, Neumann ' Democrats: Murtha/Ranking, Dicks, Wilson, Hefner, Sabo Transportation 2358 The Capitol Ph: 202-225-2141 Staff Asst.: John Blazey, Rich Efford; Min. Staff: Cheryl Smith Republicans: Wolf/Chairman, DeLay, Regula, Rogers, Lightfoot, Packard, Callahan, Dickey Democrats: Coleman/Ranking, Durbin, Foglietta Treasury, Postal Service, and General Government H-164 The Capitol Ph: 202-225-5834 Staff Asst.: Michelle Mrdeza; Min. Staff:Terry Peel Republicans: LightfooVChairman, Wolf, Islook, Kingston, Forbes Democrats: Hayer/Ranking, Visclosky, Coleman VA, HlID and Independent Agencies H-143 The Capitol Ph: 202-225-3241 Staff Asst.: Frank Cushing; Min. Staff: Del Davis Republicans: Lewis/Cha rman, DeLay, Vucanovich, Walsh, Hobson, Knollenberg, Frelinghuysen, Neumann Democrats: Stokes/Ranking, Mollohan, Chapman, Kaptur 148 ¢)r9"35 THE U.S. CO~.,GRESS HANDBOOK House Committees BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICES R: 2129 RHOB D: B301C RHOB Ph: 225-7502 Ph: 225-4247 Fax: 226-4310 Staff Dir.: Anthony F. Cole; Min. Staff Dir.: Kelsey Meek Republicans: I~hm. James Leach, Bill McCollum, FL Marge Roukema, NJ Doug Bereuter, NE Toby Roth, WI Richard Baker, LA Rick Lazio, NY ~icenCer Bachus, AL hael Castle, DE Peter King, NY Ed Royce, CA Frank Lucas OK GeraldWe er, L J.D. Hayworth, AZ Jack Metcalf, WA Sonny Bona, CA Bob Ney, OH Robert Ehrlich, MD Bob Barr, GA Dick Chrysler, MI Frank Cremeans, OH Jan D. Fox, PA Fred Heineman, NC Steve Stockman, TX Frank LoBiondo, NJ J.C. Watts, OK Sue W. Kelly, NY Democrats: (22) Henry Gonzalez, TX/Rkg. John LaFalce, NY Bruce Vento, MN Charles Schumer, NY Barney Frank, MA Paul Kaniorski, PA Joseph Kennedy, MA Floyd Flake, NY Kweisi M(ume, MD Maxine Waters, CA Bill Orlon, UT Carolyn Maloney NY Luis Gut errez, IL Lucille RoybaI-Allard, CA Thomas Barrett, WI Nydia Velazquez, NY Albert Wynn, MD Cleo Fields, LA Melvin Watt, NC Maurice Hinchey, NY Gary Ackerman, NY Ken Bentsen, TX Independent~ (1) Bernard Sanaers, VT SUBCOMMII-rEES Capital Markets, Securities and Government Sponsored Enterprises 2129 RHOB Ph: 202-226-0469 Asst. Staff Dir.: Greg Wierznyski Republicans: Baker/Chairman, Hayworth, Cremeans, Fox, Stockman, LoBiondo. Watts, Kelly, Roukema, Lazio, Bachus Democrats: Kanjorski/Ranking, Hinchey, Ackerman, Bentsen, LaFalce, Schumer, Flake, Waters, Orlon Domestic and International Monetary Policy Bo303 RHOB Ph: 202-226-0473 Asst. Staff Dir.: James McCormick Republicans: Castle/Chairman, Royce, Lucas, Metcalf, Barr, Chrysler, LoBiondo, Watts, Kelly, Ney, Fox Democrats: Flake/Ranking, Frank, Kennedy, Sanders, Malbney, Roybal- Allard, Barrett, Fields, Watt Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit 2129 RHOB Ph: 202-225-2258 Asst. Staff Dir.: Laurie Schaefer Republicans: RoukemaJChain~oman, McCollum, Bereuter, Roth, King. Royce. Lucas, Weiler, Metcalf, Bono, Ney. Ehrlich Democrats: Vento/Ranking, LaFalce, Schumer, Kanjorsld. Mfume, Malbney, Barrett, Orion, Wynn, Watt (Continued on next page) ~IS"35 THE U.S. CONGRESS HAt;DBOCK 149 T!30763359
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House Committees B~n~ng an~l Rnandal Services Committee continued) General Oversight and Investigations 212 OHOB Ph: 202-226-3280 Asst. Staff Dir.: Jack Sharman Republicans: Bachus/Chairman, Bart, Chrysler, Heineman, King, Stockman Democrats: Mfume/Rank/ng, Velazquez, Gutierrez, Wynn Housing and Community Opportunity B-303 RHOB Ph: 202-225-6634 Dep. Staff Dir.: Joe Ventmne Republicans: Lazio/Chairman, Bereuter, Baker, Castle, Waller, H~yworth, BonD, Nay, Ehrlich, Cremeans, Fox, Heineman Democrats: Kennedy/Ranking, Gonzalez, Vento, Waters, Sanders, Gutierrez, Roybat-Allard, Velazquez, Fields, Frank BUDGET R: 309 CHOB D: 214 OHOB Ph: 226-7270 Ph: 226-7200 Fax: 226-7174 Chief of Staff: Rick May; Min StaffDir.: Eileen Baumgartner jR~hPU .b.llca ns:(24) n p, asich, OH/Chm. David Hobson, OH Robert Walker, PA Jim Kolbo, AZ Christopher Shays, CT Wall£ Herger, CA Jim uunning, KY Lamar Smit~, TX _Wayn.a Allard, CO uan Miller, FL Rick Lazio, NY Bob Franks, NJ Nick Smith, MI Bob Inglis, SC MartlnHoke, OH Susan Molinari, NY Jim Nussle, IA Peter Hoekstra, MI Sieve Largent, OK Sue Myrick, NC Sam Brownback, KS ~oehn Shadegg, AZ orge Radanovich, CA Charles Bass, NH (No Subcommittees) Democrats= (18) Martin Sabo, MN/Rkg. Charles Stenholm, TX Louise Slaughter, NY Mike Parker, MS William Coyne, PA Alan Mollo~an, WV .Jerry Costello, IL Harry Johnston, FL Patsy Mink, HI Bill Orton, UT Earl Pomeroy, ND Glen Browder, AL L.y.nn Woolsey_, CA aonn Diver, MA Lucllle RoybalI-Allard, CA Carrie Meek, FL Lynn Rivers, MI Lloyd Doggett, TX House Committees COMMERCE R: 2125 RHOB D: 2322 RHOB Ph: 225-2927 Ph: 225-3641 Fax: 225-1919 StaffDir.: James Derderian; Min Staff Dir.: A~an J. Roth Rep~zbt[cans: (25) Thomas Bliley, VA]Chm. Carlos Moort~ead, CA Jack Fields, TX Michael Oxley, OH Michael Bilirakis, FL Dan Schaefer, CO Joe Barton, TX Dennis Hastert, IL Fred Upton, MI Cliff Stearns, FL Bill Paxon, N¥ Paul Gillmor, OH Scott Klug, WI Gary Franks, CT James Greenwood, PA Michae~ Crapo, iD Christopher Cox, CA Richard Burr, NC Brian Bilbray, CA Ed Whitfleld, KY Greg Ganske, IA Daniel Frlsa, NY Charles Norwood, GA Rick White, WA Tom Coburn, OK Democrats: (21) John Oingeil, MI/Rkg. Henry Waxm.an, CA Edward MarKey, MA Billy Tauzin, LA Ron W/den, OR Ralph Hall, TX John Bryant, TX Rick Boucher, VA Thomas Manton, NY Edolphus Towns, NY Gerr/Studds, MA Frank Pallone, NJ Sherrod Brown, OH Blanche Lambert Lincoln, AR Bart Gordon, TN Elizabeth Furse, OR Peter Deutsch, FL Bobby Rush, IL Anna Eshoo, CA Ron Klink, PA Bart Stupak, MI SUBCOMMrI-I'EES (A~I Subcommittees function out of main office) Commerce,Trade, and Hazardous Materials Republicans: Oxley/Chairman, Fields Upton, Gillmor, Greenwood, Cmpo, Bilbray, Whitfield, Ganske, Fdsa, White Democrats: Tauzln/Ranking, Furse, Markey, Boucher, Manton, Brown, Lambert Lincoln, Deut.~ch, Stupak Energy and Power Republicans: Schaefer/Chairman, Franks, Mcorhead, Bilirakis, Hastert, Upton. Stearns, Crapo, Burr, Norwood, Coburn Democrats: Pallone/Ranking, Tauzin, Gordon, Rush, Markey, Hall, Manton, Lambert Lincoln, Deutsch Health and Environment Republicans; BilirakLVChairman, Hastert, Barton, Upton, Stearns, Klu9, Franks, Greenwood, Burr, Bilbr~, Whitfield, Ganske, Norwood, Coburn Democrats: Waxmarv'RanY3ng, E~rown, Lambert Uncoln, Oeutsch, Stupak, Wyden, Hall, Bryant, Towns, Studds, Pa]lone (Con~nued on he, page) 150 01~5 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDSOOK ~I~J5 THE U.S. CO,'~'GRESS I'b~'DBOGK 151 T!30763360
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House Committees (Commerce Com~ttee continued) Oversight and Investigations Republicans: BartoNCh~irman, Cox, Franks, Greenwood, Crapo, Burr, Fdsa Democrats: Wyden/Ranking, Waxman, Furse, Eshoo, Klink Telecommunications and Finance Republicans: Re(ds/Chairma~, Oxley, Moorhead, Schaeter, Barton, Hastert, Stearns, Paxon, GiUmor, Klug, Cox, Frisa, White, Coburn Democrats: Markey/Ranking, Hall, Bryanl, Boucher, Manton, Towns. Studds, Gordon, Rush, Eshoo, K(ink ECONOMIC AND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES R: 2181 RHOB D: 2101 RHOB Ph: 225-4527 Ph: 225-3725 Fax: 225-9571 StaffDir.: James M. Eagen II; Min Staff Dir.: Gall Weiss Republicans: (24) William Goodling, PA/Chm.* Tom Petri, Wl Merge Roukema, NJ Steve Gunderson, Wl Harris Fawell, IL Cass Ballen.qer NC B I Barrett, RE Randy Cunningham, CA Peter Hoekstra, MI Buck McKeon, CA Michael Castle, DE Jan Meyers, KS Sam Johnson, TX James Talent, MO James Greenwood, PA Tim Hutchinson, AR Joe Knollanberg, MI Frank Rlggs, CA Lindsey Graham, SC Dave Weldon, FL David Funderburk, NC Mark Souder, IN David Mclntosh, IN Charles Norwood, GA "Ex officio member, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES (All subcommittees lunction out of main office} Early Childhood, Youth and Families Republicans: Cunnlngham/Chairman, Goodllng. Gunderson, Castle, Johnson, Greenwood, Riggs, Weldon, Souder, Molntosh Democrats: Kildee/Ranking, Miller, Williams, Payne, Mink, Engel, Scott, Romero-Barcelo Democrats: (19) ~ ~3 Wlltiam Clay, MO/Rkg." Geor_oe Miller, CA Pat Wi liams, MT Matthew Martinez, CA Major Owens, NY • "~ William Clincjer, PA/Chm.* Thomas Sawyer, OH Benjamin Gilman, NY Donald Payne, NJ Dan Burton, IN Patsy MinE, HI Robert Andrews, NJ ~ ~ Chrlstop=herC°nstance Morella,shays, cTMD Jack Reed, RI Steven ~chiff NM Tim Roamer, IN ~--,,,~ Ieana Ros-Lehtinen, FL XavlerEll°t EngelB_ecerre,NY CA ~ Bill Zeliff, NH John McHugh, NY Robert Scott, VA Gene Green, TX ~ Sieve Horn, CA John Mica, FL Lynn Woolsey, CA Peter Blute MA Carlos Romero-Barcelo, PR Tom Day s, VA / Mel Reynolds, IL ~ David Mclntosh, IN Jon D. Fox, PA Randy Tale, WA ~ Dick Chrysler. MI Git Gutknecht, MN Mark Souder, IN ~ Bill Martini, NJ J.oe Scarborough, FL John Shadegg, AZ ~Michael Patnck Flanagan, IL Charles Bass, NH ' Steven LaTourette, OH Mark Sanford, SC Employer-Employee Relations Republicans: Fawell/Chairman, Petri, Roukema, Talent, Meyers, Knollenberg, Weldon, Graham Democrats: Martinez/Rank~ng, Kildee, Owens, Sawyer, Payne Reynolds House Committees 152 0~J5 THE U.S~ COt, t~RESS HAt,~D~O~K Oversight and Investigations Republlcens; Hoekstr~Chairman, Barrett, Ba~lenger, Cunningham, McKeon, Castle, Weldon, Goodling, Fawell Democrats: Sawer/Ranking, Martinez, Reed, Roemer, Scott, Green. Reynolds Postsecondary Education, Training and Lifetime Learning Republicans: McKeon/Chairman, Gunderson, Mclntosh, Goodting, Petri, Roukema, Riggs, Fundefourk, Souder Democrats: Williams/Ranking, Andrews, Reed, Roemer, Becerra, Green, Woolsey, Workfome Protections Republicans= Ballenger/Chairman, Hutchinson, Graham, Funderburk, Norwood, Fawell, l~arrett, Hoekstra, Greenwood Democrats: Owens/Ranking, Miller, Mink, Andrews, Engel, Woolsey, Romero-Bamelo GOVERNMENT REFORM AND OVERSIGHT R: 2157 RHOB D: 2153 RHOB Ph: 225-5074 Ph: 225-5051 Fax: 225-3974 Staff Dir.: Jim Clarke; Min Staff Dir.: Bud Myers Republicans: (27) Democrats= (21) Cardiss Collins, IL/Rkg." Henry Waxman, CA Tom Lantos, CA Bob Wise, WV Major Ro Owens, NY E. d.olphus Towns, NY aonn M. Spratt, Jr., SC Louise Slaughter, NY Paul Kanjorski, PA _Gary C~ondit, CA uolhn ~eterson, MN Karen Thurman, FL Carolyn Maloney, NY Thomas Barrett, WI Gene Taylor MS Barbara-Rose Co Ins, MI Eleanor Holmes Norton, OC James Moran, VA Gene Green TX Carrie Meek, FL Frank Mascara, PA Chaka Fattah, PA Independent: (1) Bernard Sanders, VT Robert Ehrllch, MO "Ex officio member, with vote, on aft subcommittees SUBCOMMn'I'EES Civil Service B-371C RHOB Ph: 202-225-6427 Staff Dir.: George Nesterczuk Republicans: Mica]Chairman, Bass, Gilman, Budon, Morella Democrats: Moran/Ranking, Sanders, Mascara (Continued on next page) 019cJ5 THE U.S. CONGRESS H,~/DF~OCK 153 T!30763361
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House Committees (Government Reform and Oversight Committee continued) District of Columbia B-349A RHOB Ph: 202-225-6751 StaffDir.: Ron Harm Republlcans: Davis/Chairman, Gutknecht, MoHugh, LaTourette, Flanagan Democrats; Norton/Ranking, Fattah, B-R. Collins Government Management, Information andTechnology B-373 RHOB Ph: 202-225-5147 StaffDir.: Russell George Republ|¢ans; Horn/Chairman, Ranagan, Blute, Davis, Fox, Tale, Scatborough, Bass Democrats: Maioney/Ranking, Owens, Mascara, Wise, Spratt, Kanjorski Human Resources and Intergovernmental Affairs B-372 RHOB Ph: 202-225-2548 StaffDir.: Larry Halloron Republicans: Shays/Chairman, Souder. Schiff, Morella, Davis, Chrysler, Martini, Scarborough. Sanford Democrats: Towns/Ranking, Lantos, Sanders, Barrett, Green, Fattah, Waxman National Economic Growth, Natural Resources and Regulatory Affairs B-377 RHOB Ph: 202-225-4407 StaffDir.: Mildred Webber Republlcans: MolntoshlChairman, Fox, McHugh, Tale, Gulknecht, Scarborough, Shadegg, Ehrlich Democrats: Peterson/Ranking, Waxman, Spratt, Slaughter, Kanjorskl, Condit National Security, International Affairs and General Justice B-373 RHOB Ph: 202-225-5147 StaffDir.: Robert Charles Republicans: Zeliff/Chairman, Ehrlich, Schiff, Ros-Lehtinen, Mica, Blute, Souder, Shadegg Democrats: ThurmanJRanking, Wise, Taylor, Meek, Lantos, Slaughter, Condit Postal Service B-349B RHOB Ph: 202-225-3741 Staff Dir.: Dan Blair Republicans: McHugh/Chairman Sanford Gilman Shays Mclntosh, Ehdich .... Democrats: Collins/Ranking, Owens, Green, Meek 154 ¢;I~5 THE U.S. CG,~;GRESS House Committees HOUSE OVERSIGHT R: 1309 LHOB D: 1339 U-lOB Ph: 225-8281 Ph: 225-2061 Fax: 225-9957 Staff Dir.: Stacy Carlson; Min Staff Dir.: Republicans: (_7) Bill Thomas, CA/Chm. Vern Ehlers, MI Pat Roberts, KS John Boehner, OH Jennifer Dunn, WA Linclon Diaz-Balart, FL Robert Ney, OH Democrats: Vic Fazlo, CA/Rkg. Sam Geidenson, CT Steny He.yet, MD William Jefferson, LA Ed Pastor, AZ (No Subcommittees) INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS R: 2170 RHOB D: B360 RHOB Ph: 225-5021 Ph: 225-6735 Fax: 225-2035 StaffDir.: Richard J. Garon, Jr.; Min Staff Dir.: Michael H. Van Dusen Republicans: (22) Benjamin Gilman, NY/Chm." Bill Goodling, PA Jim L.each, IA Toby Roth, WI Henry Hyde, IL Doug Be,reut_er NE Christopher ~mith, NJ Dan Burton, IN Jan Meyers,.KS Ellen Galleg~y, CA Ileana Ros.Lehtinen, FL Cass Ballenger, NC Dana Rohrabacher, CA Donald Manzullo, IL Ed Royce, CA Peter King, NY Jay Kim, CA. . Sam BrownoacK, KS s David Funderburk, NC Steve Chabot, OH Mark Sanford, SC Democrats: (19) Lee Hamilton, IN/Rkg.° Sam Gejdenson, CT Tom Lantos CA Robert Torricell, NJ Howard Berman, CA Gary Ack.erman, NY Harry Jonnston, FL Eliot Engel, NY Eni .Faleomavaega, AS Matthew Martinez, CA Donald Payne, NJ Robert Andrews, NJ Robert Menendez, NJ Sherrod Brown, OH Cynthia McKinney, GA Afcee Hastings, FL Albert Wynn, MD Michael McNulty, NY Jim Moran, VA Independent:(1) Victor Frazer, VI Mall Salmon, AZ "Ex officio member, with vote, on aft subcommittees SUBCOMMI'I-rEES Africa 704 OHOB Ph: 202-226-7812 StaffDir.: Mauricio Tamargo; Min. Staff: David Feltman Republicans: Ros-LehtineNChai~voman, Roth, Brownback, Funderburk, Chabot, Sanford, Salmon Democrats: Ackerman/Ranking, Johnston, Engel, Pa.yne, Hastings Asia and the Pacific B-358 RHOB Ph: 202-226-7825 Staff Dir.: Mike Ennis; Min. Staff: Graham Cannon Republicans: Bereuter/Chairman, Royce, Rohrabacher, Leach, Kim, Sanford, Burton, Manzul[o Democrats: Berman/Ranldng, Faleomavaega, Brown, Andrews, Gejdenson. Ackerman (Cont;nued on next page) ~19~5 THE U.So CONGRESS ~SGOK 155 T1307633b-'2
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House Committees (International Relations Committee c~ntinu~d) International Economic Policy andTrade B-359 RHOB Ph: 202-225-3345 Staff Dir.: Edmund B. Rice; Min. Staff: John Scheibel Republicans: Ruth/Chairman. Meyers, Manzullo, Brownback, Chabot, Rohrabacher, Bereuter, Ballenger Democrats: Gejdensorv'Ranking, Martinez, McNutly, Torricetli, Johnston, Engel International Operations and Human Rights 2401A RHOB Ph: 202°225-5748 Staff Dir.: Grover Joseph Rees; Min. Staff: Bob King Republicans: SmillV'Chalrman, Gilman, Goodling, Hyde, King, Funderburk, Salmon, Royce Democrats: Lantos/Ranking, McKinney, Moron, Berman, Faleomavaega, Payne Western Hemisphere 702 OHOB Ph: 202-226-7820 StaffDir.: Gil Kapen; Min. Staff: Scott Wilson Republicans: Burton/Chairman, Ros-Lehtinen, Ballenger, Smith, Gallegly, King Democrats: Tordcelti/Ranking, Menendez, Wynn, Lantos, Madinez JUDICIARY R: 2138 RHOB D: B351C RHOB Ph: 225-3951 Ph: 225-6906 Fax: 225-7682 Staff Dir./Counsel'. Alan F. Coffey; Min Staff Dir.: Julian Epstein Min Counseh Johnathan Yarowsky Republicans (20) Henry Hyde IUChm.* Carlos Moorhead, CA Jim Sensenbrenner, WI Bi[I McColtum, FL George Gekas, PA Howard Coble, NC Lamer Smith, TX Steven Schiff NM Elton. Ga~egly, CA Charles L;anady, FL Bob Inglis, SC Bob Goodlatte, VA Steve Buyer, ~N Martin Hoke, OH Sonny BonD, CA Fred Heineman, NC Ed Bryant, TN Steve Chabot OH Michae Patrick Flanagan, IL Bob Barr, GA Democrats: (15) John Co_nyars Ml/Rkg.* Patrica ~chroeder, CO Barney ~ank, MA Charles ~chumer, NY Howard Berman, CA Rick Boucher, VA John Bryant, TX Jack Reed, RI Jerrold Nadler, NY Robert Scott, VA Melvin Watt, NC Xavier Becerra, CA Jose Serrano, NY Zoe Lofgren, CA Sheila Jackson Lee, TX "Ex officio member, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMITrEES Commercial an d Administrative Law B-353 RHOB Ph: 202-225-2825 Chief Counseh Ray Smietanka; Min. Counsel: Perry Apelbaum Republicans: Gekas/Cha~rm~J~, Hydg, {ngIis, Chal:~t, Flanagan, B~rr Democrats: Reed/Ranking, Bryant. Nad~r. Scott 15S orgg5 TNE U.S. CONGRESS House Committees Constitution 606 OHOB Ph: 202-226-7680 Chief Counsel: Kathryn Hazeem; Min. Counsel: Robed Raben Republicans; C~ad.y/C,_hairman, Hyde, Inglis, Flanagan, Sensenbrenner, Cobra. ~mith, Goodlatte Democrats: Frank/Ranking, Watt, Serrano, Conyers, Schroeder Courts and Intellectual Property B-351A RHOB Ph: 202-225-5741 Chief Counsel: Thomas Mooney; Min. Counsel: Belly Wheeler Republicans: Ivloorhead/Chairman, Sensenbrenner, Coble, Goodlatte, BOND, Gekas, Gailegly, Canady, Hoke Democrats: Schmeder/Ranking, Conyers, Barman, Becerra, Boucher, Nadler Crime 207 CHOB Ph: 202-225-3926 Chief Counsel: Paul J. McNully; Min, Counsel.Tom Dlaz Republicans: McCollum/Chairrnan, Schiff, Buyer, Hoke, Heineman, Bryant, Chabot, Barr Democrats: Schumer/Ranking, Scott, Lofgren, Jackson Lee, Watt Immigration and Claims B-370B RHOB Ph: 202-225-5727 Chief Counsel: Cordia Strow; Min. Counsel: Paul Dmlet Republicans: Smith/Chairman, Gallegly, Moorhead, McCollum, BOND, Hememan, Bryant Democrats: Bryant/Ranking, Frank, Schumer, Barman, Becerra NATIONAL SECURITY R: 2120 RHOB D: 2339 RHOB Ph: 225-4151 Ph: 225-4158 Fax: 225-9077 Staff Dir.: Andrew K. EIli/s; Min Staff Dir.: Marilyn Elrod Republicans (30) Floyd Spence~SC/Chm. Bot~ Stump, Duncan Hunter, CA John Kasich, OH Herbert Bateman, VA James Hanson, UT Curt Weldon, PA Robert Dornan. CA Joel~Hefley, CO Jim ~axton, NJ Randy Cunningham, CA Steve Buyer, iN Peter Torkildsen, MA Tillie Fowler, FL J.ohn M_cHugh, NY James lalent, MO Terry Everett, AL Roscoe Bartlett, MD Buck McKeon, CA Run Lewis, J.C. Watts, OK Mac Thornberry, TX John Hostettler. IN Saxby Chembliss, GA Van Rilleary, TN Joe Scarborough, FL Walter Jones, RC James Longley, ME Todd Tiahrt, KS Dec Hast~.ngs, WA Democrats: Ronald Dellums, CA/Rkg.G.V. Montgomery, MS Patricia Schroeder, CO Ike Skelton, MO Norman Sisisky, VA John Spratt, Jr., SC Solomon Ortiz, TX Owen Pickett, VA Lane Evans, IL John Tanner, TN Glen Browder, AL ~ene Taylor, MS ell Abercrombie, HI Chet Edwards, TX Frank Teieda, TX Martin Meehan, MA Robert Underwood, GU Jane Herman, CA Paul McHale, PA Pete Geren, TX Pete Peterson, FL William Jefferson, LA Rosa DeLauro. CT Mike Ward, KY Patrick Kennedy, RI THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 157 Ti30763363
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House Committees (Nation~J Se~ri~y Committee continued) SUBCOMMITTEES Military Installations and Facilities 2340 RHOR Ph: 202-225-7120 Professional Staff Membec Ph~ Grone Republicans: Hefley/Chairman, McHugh, Hostettler, Hilleary, Jones, Stump, Hunler, Hansen, Saxton, Fowler Democrats: Ortiz/Ranking, Montgomery. 8rowder, Abercrombie, Tejed~, Underwood, Peterson, Ward Military Personnel 2340 RHOB Ph: 202-225-7560 Professional Staff Members: John Chapla, Mike Higgins Republicans: Dornan/Chalrman, Buyer, Lewis, Watls, Thornberry, Chambliss, Tiahrt, Hastings, Hunter Democrats: Pickett/Ranking, Montgomery, Skelton, Harman, Jefferson, DeLaum, Ward Military Procurement 2343 RHOB Ph: 202-225-1748 Professional Staff Member." Steve Thompson Republicans: HuntedChalrman, Spence, Stump, Sexton, Buyer, Torkildsen, Talent, Everett, Bartlett, McKeon, Lewis, Watts, Thornberry, Chambliss, Longley Democrats: Skeltor'JRanking, Dellums, Sisisky, Evans, Tanner, Taylor, Abercrombie, Edwards, Geren, Peterson, Jefferson, DeLauro Military Readiness 2117 RHOB Ph: 202-225-9645 Professional Staff Members: Jeff Schwartz, Steve Rossetti, Pele Steffas, Peggy Cosseboom Republicans: Batsman/Chairman. Ka$ich, Cunningham, Fowler, Scarborough, Weldon, Torkildsen, Talent, Everett, Bartlett, McKeon Democrats: Sisisky/Ranking, Spratt, Pickett, Evans, Browder, Edwards, Tejeda, Meehan, McHale Military Research and Development 2340 RHOB Ph: 202-225-5530 Professional Staff Members: Doug Roach, Bill Andahazy, Jean Reed, Chris Williams Republicans: We/don/Chairman, Hansen Tiahrt, Hastings, Kasich, Bateman, Dornan, Hel ~y, Cunningham, McHugh, Hostettler, Hilleary, Scarborough, Jones Democrats: SpraWRanking, Schroeder, Ortiz, Tanner, Taylor, Meehan, UndenNOod, Harman, McHale, Geren, Kennedy L 1.5~ 019<35 THE U.S. CO~.'GRESS HA.~#,DBOCK --I House Committe~.s~ RESOURCES R: 1324 LHOB D; 1329 LHOB Ph: 225-2761 Ph: 225-6065 Fax: 225-5929 Staff Dir.: Dan Kish; Min Staff Dir.: John Lawrence Republicans: (25) Democrats: (20) ~aOnYou.ng, AWChm'. George Miller, CNRkg°. rues Han sen, UT Nick ~]oe Rahall, WV J m Sexton NJ BruceVento, MN Elton Galle ]ly,~.A Dale Kildee, MI John Dunc; m, =N Pat Williams, MT Joe Hefley CO Sam GeJdenson, CT John Dooh' tie, CA Bill Richardson, NM Wayne Alia rd, CO Peter DeFazio, OR Wayne Gil( hresl, MD Eni Faleomavaega, AS Ken Calvet I, CA Tim Johnson, SD Richard Pc mbo, CA Nell Abercrombie, H| Peter Torki dsen, MA J.D. Havw¢ rth, AZ GerryStudds, MA Frank Crer leans. OH Billy Tauzin, LA Barbara C~ ibin, WY Solomon Ortiz, TX .W.e.s Coo ~ y, OR Calvin Dooley, CA Hsten Che ~oweth, ID Carlos Romero-Barcelo, PR Linda Smil h, WA Nathan Deal, GA G.eorge.Rz dan.o.~ch, CAMaurice Hinchey, NY walter Jot es, HL, Robert Underwood, GU Mac Thornberry, TX Sam Farr, CA Ooc Hastinqs, WA Jack MetcaTf, WA James Lon.gley, ME John Shaaegg, AZ *Ex officio member, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES Energy and Mineral Resources 1626 LHOB Ph: 202-225-9297 Staff Dir.: Bill Condit; Min. Staff: Deborah Lanzone Republicans: Calvert/Chairman, Duncan, Helley, Hayworth, Cremeans, Cubin, Chenowelh, Thornberry Democrats: Abemmmbie/Ranking, Rahall, Richardson, Tauzin, Ortiz, Dooley Fisheries,Wildlife, and Oceans 805 OHOB Ph: 202°226-0200 Staff Dir.: Ham/Burroughs; Min. Staff: Chris Mann, Karen Steuer, Jean Flemma Republicans: Saxton/Chairman, Young, Gilchrest, Torkildsen, Smith, Jones, Metcalf, Longtsy Democrats: Studds/Ranking. Miller, Gejdenson, Tauzin, Ortiz, Parr National Parks, Forests, and Lands 812 OHOB Ph: 202°226-7736 Majo Staff: Alan, Freemyer, Steve Hodapp; Min. Staff: Rick Healy, Made Howard Republicans: Hansen/Chairman, Duncan, Hefley, Doolittle, Allard, Pombo, Torkildsen, Hayworth, Cubin, Cooley. Chenoweth, Smith, Radanovich, Shadegg Democrats: Richardson/Ranklng, Rahall. Vento, Kildee, Williams, Faleomavaega, Studds, RomermBarcelo, Deal, Hinchey, Underwood, (Conlinued on next page) ~IS~5 THE U.S. CONGRESS HA,~,'D~Q~K 159 T130763364
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House Committees (Resources C~mmfftee continued) Native Americans and Insular Affairs 1522 LHOB Ph: 202-226-7393 Staff Dim.: T~m Glidden, Manase Mansur; Min. Staff'. Chris Steams Republicans: Gailegly/Chalrman, Young, Gifchrest, Jones, Hastings, Metcaif, Longley Democrats: Faleomavaega/Ranking, Kildee, Williams, Johnson, Romero-Barcelo, Underwood Water and Power Resources 815 OHOB Ph: 202-225-9297 StaffDir.: Bob Faber; Min. Staff: Steve Lanich Republicans: Doolittle/Chairman, Hansen, Allard, Pombo, Cremeans, Cooley, Chenoweth, Radanovich, Thornberry, Hastings, Shadegg Democrats: DeFazio/Ranking, Miller, Vento, Gejdenson, Richardson, Dooley, Deal, Hinchey, Farr RULES R: H-312 The Capitol D: H-152 The Capitol Ph: 225-9191 Ph: 225-9091 Fax: 225-6763 Staff Dim Donald Wolfensberger; Min Staff Dir.: George Crawford Republicans: (9) Democrats: (4) Gerald Solomon, NY/Chm,° Joseph Moakley, MA/Rkg.* James Quillen, TN Anthony Beilenson CA David Dreier CA Martin Frost, TX Porter Goss, F Tony Hall, OH John Under, GA .D.ebo.rah Pryce, OH Lincoln Diaz-Ba art, FL Scott Mclnnis, CO Enid Greene Waldholtz, UT °Ex officio member, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES (All subcommittees function out of main office) Legislative and Budget Process Maj. Counsel." Wendy Selig; Min. Staff Dir.: Kristi Walseth Republicans: Goss/Chairman, Quillen, Under, Pryce, Solomon Democrats: Frost/Ranking. Moakley Rules and Organization of the House Maj. Counsel: Vincent Randazzo; Min. Staff Oir.: Melissa Kuckro Republicans: Dreier/Chairman, Diaz-Balart, Mclnnis, Waidholtz, Solomon Democrats: Beilenson/Ranking, Hall 160 015<J5 THE t.l.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK House Committees SCIENCE R: 2320 RHOB D: 882 OHOB Ph: 225-6371 Ph: 225-6375 Fax: 225-8,280 Staff Dir.: David Clemenl; Min Staff Dir.: Robert Patmer Republicans: (27) Robert S. Walker, PAJChm. Jim Sensenbrenner, WI Sherwood Boehlert, NY Harris Fawell IL Constance Morel a, MD Curt Weldon, PA Dana Rohrabacher, CA Steven Schiff, NM Joe Barton, TX Ken Calvert, CA Bill Baker, CA Roscoe Barllett, MD Vern Ehlers, MI Zach Wamp, TN Dave Weldon, FL Lindsey Graham, SC Matt Salmon, AZ Democrats: (23) George Brown, C/VRkg. Ralpl~ Hall, TX James Traficant, OH Jimmy Hayes, LA John Tanner, TN Pete Geren, TX Tim Roemer, IN Bud Cramer, AL James Barcia, MI Paul McHaie, PA Jane Harman CA Edd e Bernice Johnson, TX David Minge, MN John Olver, MA Alcee Hastings, FL Lynn Rivers, MI Karen McCarthy, MO Mike Ward, KY Tom Davis, VA Steve Stockman TX Zoe Lofgren, CA G Gulknecht, MN Lloyd Doggett, TX Andrea Seastrand, CA Mike Doyle PA Todd Tiahrt, KS She a Jackson Lee, TX Steve Largent OK Bill Luther, MN Van Hilleary, TN Barbara Cubin, WY Mark Foley, FL Sue Myrick, NC "Ex officio member, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMrn'EES Basic Research B-374 RHOB Ph: 202-225-9662 Staff Dir.: Tom Wiemer; Min. Staff: James Wilson, James Paul Republicans: Schiff/Ch~lirman, Boehlert, Barlon, Baker, Ehlers, Gutknecht, Morella, C. Weldon, Bartlett, Wamp, D. Weldon, Graham, Hilleary, Myrick Democrats: Geren/Ranking, Hastings, Rivers, Doggett, Luther, Olver, Lofgren, Doyle, Jackson Lee Energyand Environment B-374 RHOB Ph: 202-225-9662 Staff Dir.: Harlan Watson; Min. Staff: Beth Robinson, Barry Gold Republicans: Rohrabacher/Chairman, Fawell, C. Weldon, Bartlett, Wamp. Graham, Salmon, Davis, I_argent, Cubin, Foley, Schiff, Baker, Ehlers, Stockman Democrats: Hayes/Ranking, Minge, Olver, Ward, Doyle, Roemer, Cramer, Barcia, McHaie, Johnson, Rivers, McCarthy Space and Aeronautics 2320 RHOB Ph: 202-225-7858 Staff Dir.: Shana Dale; Min. Staff: Dick Oberman Republicans: SensenbrennerlChairman, Calved. D. Weldon, Stockman, Seasttand, "riahrt, Hilleary. Rohrabacher, Salmon, Davis. Largent, Foley Democrats: Hall/Ranking, Traficanl, Roemer. Cramer, Barcia, Harman. Jackson Lee. Hastings, Ward, Luther (Continued on next page) ~r~ THE U, S. CONGRESS HAND~OOK 161 T!30763365
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House Committees (Science Committee continued} Technology 2318 RHOB Ph: 202-225-8844 StaffDir.: Doug Comer; Min. Staff:Tony Clark, Mike Queer Republicans: Morella/Chairwoman, Mydck, Calvert, Gutknechl, Seas|rand, Tiahrt, CubJn Democrats:Tanner/Ranking, McHale, Johnson, McCarthy, Lolgren SMALL BUSINESS R: 2361 RHOB D: B343C RHOB Ph: 225-5821 Ph: 225-4038 Fax: 225-3587 Staff Dir.: Jennifer Loon; Min Staff Dir.: Jeanne Roslanowick Republicans: (22) Jan Meyers, KS/Chm. Joel Hefley, CO Bill Zeliff, NH James Talent, MO Donald Manzulio, IL Peter Torkildsen, MA Roscoe Bartlett, MD Linda Smith, WA Frank LoBiondo, NJ Zach Wamp, TN Sue Kelly, NY Dick Chrysler, MI James Longley, ME Walter Jones, NC Matt Salmon, AZ .V.an Hillea.W, TN Mark Souaar, IN Sam Brownback, KS Steve Chabot, OH Sue Myrick NC Dav d Funderburk, NC Jack Me|calf, WA Democrats: (19) John LaFalce, NY/Rkg. Ron Wyden, OR .N.orman Sis/sky, VA Rweisi Mfume, MD Floyd Flake, NY Glenn Poshard, IL Eva Clayton, NC Martin Meehan, MA Nydia Velazquez, NY C|eo Fields, LA Walter Tucker, CA Earl Hliliard, AL Pete Peterson, FL Bonnie Thompson, MS Chaka Fattah, PA Ken Ben|sen, TX BKaren McCarthy, MO ill Luther, MN Patrick Kennedy, RI SUBCOMMrI'rEES Government Programs B-363 RHOB Ph: 202-225-7797 Staff Dir.: Susan Siemietkowski; Min. Staff: Darin Johnson Republicans: Torki]dsen/Chairman. Hefley, Mydck, Kelly, Chrysler, Funderburk Democrats: Poshard/Ranking, Wyden, Mlume, Fields, Thompson Procurement, Exports, and Business Opportunities B-363 RHOB Ph: 202-225-7797 StaffDir.: Phil Eskeland; Min. Staff: Dana Gresham Republicans: Manzullo/Chairman, Chrysler, Salmon, Bmwnback, Chabot, Funderburk, Bartlett, Smith Democrats: Clayton/Ranking, Sis/sky, Flake, Hilliard, Fattah, Luther Regulation and Paperwork B-363 RHOB Ph: 202-225-7797 Staff Dir.: Mike McLaugh~in; Min. Staff: Patrick Jackson Republicans: Ta~enVChairman, LoBiondo. Wamp, Kelly. Long~ey. Jones, Hilleary, Souder . Democrats: Velazquez/Ranking, Paterson, Fattah, Ben|sen. McCarthy, Luther THE UoS CONGRESS H~JVDEOOK House Committees Tax and Finance B-363 RHO8 Ph: 202-225-7797 Staff Dir.: Min. Staff." Laura Thyagajamn Republicans: SmitlVChairwoman, Me|calf. LoBiondo, Jones, Souder, Brownback, Bartlett Democrats: MeehardRanking, Tucker, Bentsen, McCarthy, Kennedy STANDARDS OF OFFICIAL CONDUCT R: HT2-The Capitol Ph: 225-7103 Fax: 225-7392 Staff Dir.: Ted Van DerMa/d; Counsel: Bernard Raimo Republicans: (5) Democrats: (5) Nancy Johnson, CT/Chm. Jim McDermott, WNRkg. Jim Sunning, KY Benjamin Card/n, MD Porter Goss, FL Nancy Pelosi, CA Dave Hobson, OH Robert Sorski, PA Steve Schitf, NM Thomas Sawyer, OH TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE R: 2165 RHOB D: 2163 RHOB Ph: 225-9446 Ph: 225-4472 Fax: 225-6782 Staff Dir.: Jack L, Schenendorf; Min Staff D/r.: Paul Schoellhamer Democrats: (28) Republicans: (33) Bud Shuster, PA/Chm.* Don Young, AK WLIIlam Clinger, PA Tom Petri, WI Sherwood Boehlert, NY Herbert Bateman, VA Bill Emerson, MO Howard Coble, NC John Duncan, TN Susan Molinari, NY Bill Zeliff, NH Thomas Ewing, |L Wayne Gilchrest MD T m Hutch nson, AR Bill Baker, CA Jay Kim, CA Steve Horn, GA Bob Franks, NJ Peter Blute, MA John Mica, FL Jack Quinn NY Tiliie Fowler, FL Vern Ehlers, MI Spencer Bachus AL GeraldWe or, L Zach Wamp, TN Iota Latham, IA Sloven LaTourette, OH Andrea CA Seas|rand, Randy Tate, WA S_ue .W. Kelly, NY Hay LaHoed, IL B/If Martini, NJ Norman Mine|a, CNRkg.* James Oberstar, MN Nick Rahall, WV Robert Borski, PA William Lipinski, IL Robert W=se WV James Tra( cant, OH Peter DeFazio, OR James Hayes, LA Bob Clement TN Jerry Costello, IL Mike Parker, MS Grog Laughlin TX Glenn Poshard, L Bud Cramer, AL Barbara-Rose Collins, Mi Eleanor Holmes Norton, DC Jerrold Nadler, NY Pat Danner, MO Robert Menendez, NJ James Clyburn. SC Corrine Brown, FL Nathan Deal GA James Barc a, M Bob FIIner. CA Walter Tucker, CA Eddie Bernice Johnson, TX Bill Brewster, OK "Ex officio member, with vote, on all subcommittees (Continued on next page) @I~'~S THE U.S. CONGRESS HAN~BOGK 163 Ti30763366
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House Committees (Transportation and Infrastructure Commillee continued} SUBCOMMITTEES Aviation 2251 RHOB Ph: 202-226-3220 Staff Dir~ David Scha(fer; Min. Counsel: David Heymsfeld Republicans: Duncan/Chalrman, Weller, Clinger, Coble, Zeliff, Ewing, Hutchinson, Kim, Ehlers, Bachus. Seastrand, Tote, Kelly, LaHood, Martini Democrats: Oberstar/Ranking, Costello, Upinski, W~se, DeFazio, Hayes, Clement, Collins, Nadler, Donner, Menendez, Clyburn Coast Guard and MaritimeTransportation 589 FHOB Ph: 202-226-3552 Counse/: Rebecca Dye; Min. Staff: David Traynham Republicans: Coble/Chairman, Fowler, Young, Molinari, Baker, Ehlers Democrats: TraticanVRanking, Tucker, Brewster, Oberstar Public Buildings and Economic Development 586 FHOB Ph: 202-225-3014 StaffDir.: Rick Barnett; Min. Staff: Susan Brita Republicans: Gilchrest/Chairman, Seastrand, Duncan, B~ute, LaTourette Democrats: Wise/Ranking, Norton, Traticant, Brown Railroads Bo376 RHOB Ph: 202-226-0727 Staff Oir.: Glen Scammel; Min. Staff: Jack Wells Republicans: Molinari/Chairwoman, Kelly, Boehlert, Kim. Franks, Mica, Quinn, Bachus Democrats: Upinski/Ranking, Clement, Nadler, Rahall, Borski, Cromer SurfaceTransportation B-370A RHOB Ph: 202-225-6715 Staff Dir.: Debbie Gebhardt; Min. Staff." Ken House Republicans: Petri/Chairman, LaHood, Clinger, Bateman, Emerson, Zeliff, Hutchinson, Baker, Kim, Horn, Franks, Blute, Mica, Quinn, Fowler, Waller, Lalham, LaTourette, Tale, Martini Democrats: Rahall/Ranking, DeFazio, Laughlin, Poshard, Cromer, Donner, Clyburn, Tuc~<er, Johnson, Parker, Collins, Brown, Deal, Barcia, Filner, Brewster Water Resources and Environment B-376 RHOB Ph: 202-225-4360 Counsel: Ben Grumbles; Min. Counsel: Fen Kopocis Republicans: Boehler'-JChalrman, Wamp, Young, Petr~, Bateman, Emerson, Zeliff, Ewing, Gilchrest, Horn, Franks, Quinn, Latham, LaTourette, Martini Democrats: Borski/Ranking, Hayes, Menendez, Oberstar, Costello, Parker, Laughlin, Poshard, Norton, Deal, Barcia, Filner 1 ~4 OIS<J5 THE U.S. CONGRESS House Committees VETERANS' AFFAIRS 335 CHOB D; 333 CHOB Ph: 225-3527 Ph: 225-9756 Fax: 225-2629 StaffDir.: Carl Commenato~ Min StaffDir.: Mack G. Fleming Republicans: (18) Bob Stump, AZ/Chm. Christol~her Smith, NJ Michae/Bi~irakis, FL Floyd Spenceo SC Tim Hutchinson, AR Terry Everett, AL Steve Buyer, IN Jack Quinn, NY Spencer Bachus, AL Cliff Stearns, FL Bob Ney, OH Jon D. Fox PA Michael Patrick Flanagan, IL Bob Barr GA Gerald We ler, IL J.D. Hayworth, AZ Wes Cooley, OR Vacant Democrats: (15) Sonny. Montgomery, MS/Rkg. Lane Evans, IL Joseph Kennedy, MA Chat Edwards, TX Maxine Waters, CA Bob Clement, TN Bob Filner, CA Frank Tejeda, TX Luis Gutierraz, IL Scotty Baes.ler, KY Santord Bishop, GA James Clyburn, SC Corrine Brown, FL FMike. D.oyle, PA rank Mascara, PA SUBCOMMITrEES Compensation, Pension, Insurance and Memorial Affairs 337 CHOB Ph: 202-225-9164 Staff Dir.: Michael Brinck; Min. Staff: Patrick Ryan Republicans: Everett/Chairman, Waller, Hayworth, Bert, Ney Democrats: Evans/Ranking, Montgomery, Filner, Kennedy Education,Training, Employment and Housing 337 CHOB Ph: 202-225-9164 Staff Dir.: Michael Brlnck; Min. Staff'Jill Coch~an Republicans: Buyer/Chairm~n, Bert, Cooley, Hutchinson Democrats: Waters/Ranking, Clyburn, Mascara, Evans Hospitals and Health Care 338 CHOB Ph: 202-225-9154 StaffDir.: Joanne Webb; Min. Staff: Ralph Ibson Republicans: Hutchinson/Chairman, Stump, Smilh, Bilirakis, Spence, Quinn, Bachus, Stearns, Ney, Fox, Flanagan Democrats: Edwards/Ranking, Kennedy, Clement, Tejeda, Gutierrez, Baesler, Bishop, Brown, Doyle 01~35 THE U.S. CONGRESS J T130763367
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House Committees WAYS AND MEANS R: 1102 LHOB D: 1106 LHOB Ph: 225-3625 Ph: 225-4021 Staff Dir.: Phillip D. Moseley; Min Staff Dir.: Janice Mays Republicans: (21) Bill Archer, TX/Chm. Philip Crane, IL Bill Thomas CA E. Clay ShaW, FL Nancy Johnson, CT Jim Sunning, KY Amo Houghton, NY WallyHerger, CA Jim McCrery, LA Mel Hancoc~k, MO Dave Camp, MI Jim Ramstad, MN Dick Zimmer, NJ Jim Nussle, IA Sam Johnson, TX Jennifer Dunn, WA Mac Collins, GA Rob Portman, OH Phil English, PA John Ensign NV Jon Chr stensen, NE Democrats: (15) Sam Gibbons, FURkg. Charles Rangel, NY Pete Stark, CA Andrew Jacobs, IN Harold Ford, TN Robert Matsui, CA Barbara Kennellv, CT William Coyne, PA Sander Levin, MI Benjamin Cardin, MD Jim McDermott, WA Gerald Kleczka, WI John Lewis, GA Lewis Payne, VA Richard Neal, MA "Ex officio member, with vote, on all subcommittees SUBCOMMITTEES Health 1136 LHOB Ph: 202-225-3943 Staff Dim Chip Kahn; Min. Counsel: David Abernathy Republicans: Thomas/Chairman, N. Johnson, McCrery, Ensign, Christensen, Crane, Houghton, S. Johnson Democrats: Stark/Ranking, Cardin, McDermott, Kleczka, Lewis Human Resources B-317 RHOB PhL 202-225-1025 StaffDir.: Ron Haskins; Min. Staff: Debra Colton Republlcans: Shaw/Chairman, Camp, McCrery, Collins, English, Nussle, Dunn, Ensign Democrats: Ford/Ranking, Kennelly, Levin, Rangel, Stark Oversight 1136 LHOS Ph: 202-225-7601 StaffDir.: Donna Steel; Min. Counsel: David Abernathy Republicans: N. Johnson/Chairwoman, Herger, Hancock, S. Johnson, Portman, Ramstad, Zimmer Democrats: Matsui/Ranking, Levin, Cardin, McDermott Social Security B-316 RHOB Ph: 202-225-9263 Staff Oir.: Valerle Nixon; Min. Counsel: Sandy Wise Republicans: Bunning/Chairman, S. Johnson, Collins, Porlman, English, Christensen, Hancock Democrats: Jacobs/Ranking, Kennelly, Payne, Neal Trade LHOB Ph: 202-225-6649 Staff Oir.: Thelma Askey; Min. Staff: Bruce Wilson Repubtlcans: Crane/Chairman, Thomas, Shaw, Houghton. Hancock, Camp, Ramstad, Zimmer, Dunn Democrat~: Ran_~eYRank~n_o. G[bbon~. Mnl~ui. Co'.,,ne. P~.vne. Ne~ 1~6 (~rs~5 THE U.S. CONGRESS HAJVD~C~K House/Joint Committees SELECT INTELLIGENCE R: H-405 The Capitol D: H-405 The Capitol Ph: 225-4121 Ph: 225-4121 Fax: 225-1991 Staff Dir.: Mark Lowenthal; Min Staff Dir.: Michael W. Sheehy Republicans: (9) Democrats: (7) Larry Combest, TYJChm. Robert Dornan, CA Bill Young, FL James Hansen, UT Jerry L_ewis, CA Porter Goss, FL Bud Shuster, PA Bill McCollum, FL Michael Castle, DE Norman Dicks, WA/Rkg. Bill Richardson, NM Julian Dixon, CA Robert Torricelli NJ Ronald Co eman, TX Nancy Pelosi, CA Greg Laughlin, TX Joint Committees Listings are in order of seniority Joint committees include an equal number of Senators and Representatives, and the ch~airperson is rotated between the House and Senate wit.h each new Congress every two years.. . Statutes and resolutions establish the authority and size ot the Joint Committees. Generally, they are not .aut.h.orized to draft legislation and submit it to the Senate ancuor House. They make policy recommendations may conduct hearings, and their staffs provide expertise on public problems and issues before the respective committees. ECONOMIC R: SD-G01 D: 359 FHOB Ph: 224-5171 Ph: 226-4066 Fax: 224-0240 Staff Din: Bob Mortice; Min Staff Dir: Lee Price Senate-Democrats: Senate-Republicans: Paul Sarbanes, MD/Rkg. Connie Mack, FL/Chm. Edward Kennedy, MA William Roth, DE Jeff .Bingaman, NM Larry Craig, ID Charles Robb, VA Bob Bennett, VT / Rick Santorum, PA Rod Grams, MN House-Democrats: House-Republicans: Pete Stark, CNRkg. James Sexton, NJ/V. Chin. David Obey, WI Thomas Ewing, IL Lee Hamilton IN Jack Quinn, NY Kwe si Mfume, MD Donald Manzullo, IL Marshall Sanford, SC William Thornberry, TX TAXATION R: 1015 LHOB Ph: 225-3621 Fax: 225-0832 Staff Dir: Kenneth Kies Senate-Republicans: Bob Packwood, WNV. Chin. Orrin Hatch, UT William Roth, DE House-Republicans: Bill Archer. TXJChm. Phil Crane, IL Bill Thomas, CA Senate-Democrats: Daniel Moynihan, NY Max Baucus, MT House-Democrats: Sam Gibbons, FL Charles Rangel, NY ~I~95 THE U.S. CO,',~GRESS H~.~,'DBGOK 167 T!30763368
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How A Bill Moves Here ishow a b~l generally moves after a Member of Congress introduces it in either the House or Senate. The parliamentarian and leadership of whichever body receives the bill refers it to a committee where the chairman or chairwoman and staff determine what suboemmittee-if-any-is to receive it. If a bill is going to die, it usually dies at the committee or subcommittee level. The subcommittee provides the forum where the bill is likely to receive its most thorough consideration and witnesses may testify for and against it. Included among the witnesses, if the bill affects a Federal agency, will be officials or that agency. If a majority of the subcommittee approves, the bill goes back to the full committee where it again must be approved by majority vote before it goes to the House or Senate floor. House bills must have cleared the Rules Committee where debate time limits often are established. Amendments may have been offered by the subcommittee or full committee and, with certain exceptions, may again be offered on the floor. Where to Get Bills, Committee Reports... To obtain a bill or committee report, contact: House Document Room B-18 Annex 2 Washington, DC 20515 Ph: 202-225-3456 Senate Document Room SH-B O4 Washington, DC 20510 Ph: 202-224-7860 If the House or Senate passes the bill it then is moved to the other chamber where it is referred to a committee. If a majority of the committee approves, it goes to the floor. Amendments generally may be offered in committee or on the floor. Approval on the floor means both the House and Senate have separately cleared the bill and conferees from each chamber then are selected to work out any necessary compromise of differences between the House and Senate on the bill and write a conference report. Final passage comes when the House and Senate approve the conference report. The bill then is sent to the White House for Presidential action. If the President signs, it becomes law. If he sends it unsigned back to the originating chamber and notes his objections, the bill has been vetoed. For it now to become law, both House and Senate, by roll-call votes of hvo-thirds, must agree to override the veto. Bills not considered in a two-year Congress such as the 101st, do not automatically carry-over for the next Congress but must be reintroduced. And most bills are not considered at all. For instance over the past 20 years (ten Congresses) an average of more than 20,000 bills have been introduced in the house during each two-year term. Only slightly more than 10 percent have even been reported from committees to the House floor. And, of the 20,000 introduced, the average number that become law per Congress is under 5 percent. 1 6 8 ~I~5 THE U.S. CQNGRESS HAt,~DBO0,~ This diagram illustrates how a bill moves in the House and Senate. It also shows the Budget Committees' input through Budget Resolutions which set fiscal year limits on spending and revenue- rais=ng authorizations and appropriations. For information on the Congressional budget process, write the House Budget Committee, 214 OHOB(Annex One) Washington, DC 20515. Phone: 202/226- 7200. ~.I935 THE U,S. CONGRESS HAP;DBODK 1 6 9 Ti30763369
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Committees: 170 ~1995 THE U.S. CONGRESS The Legislative Engines Committees arc the engines of the Congressional lawo making machinery. The 17 Senate and 20 House standing committees take initial jurisdiction over legislation and can move, stall or stop it. Without committee approval, a bill has little chance of reaching the full House or Senate for consideration. While the House and Senate determine standing committee jurisdictions and provide money to run their respective committees, these legislative engines, once running, almost have an independent power and life. Special, select or ad hoc committees, created for specific investigation or oversight function, are more apt to die or have functions routed to a standing committee, Power Committees Members generally seek membership on committees related to their personal interests and background and to the economic interests of their district or state. Many, however, particularly if given an opportunity early in their careers, will choose the powerful Appropriations committees that control the flow of money to programs authorized by other committees, and the Senate Finance and House Ways and Means committees that consider tax legislation. The respective House and Senate Budget Committees, which now allow Congress to compete with the White House in establishing national priorities through a national budget, also are attractive to most members. The House Budget Committee also is unique in its membership rotation requirements. Conference Committees When the House and Senate versions of a bill differ and neither chamber will yield to the other, a conference committee is established. Most signi|)cant legislation winds up in conference committees, where some of the toughest and most concentrated legislative work takes place. The Committee exists only to work out a conference report which will be sent to each chamber for final approval. Senate members to a conference committee are named by the presiding officer of the Senate. House members are named by the Speaker of the House. Before a disputed provision in a bil~ is cleared for ~he conference report, it must be approved by a majority of the members of the House delegation and the Senate delegation, A conference report, when returned to each chamber, is not subject to floor amendment. The conference committee dissolves when each champer approves the conference repod on the final bill, thereby passing the bill. Glossary of Legislative Terms Act-A bill or measure after it passes one or both chambers. Also used to denote a law in place. Adlournment-To end a legislative day. Recess does not end a legislative day. Adjournment sine die--To adjourn without setting a time to meet again. It denotes the end of a Congressional session. Advice and Consent--The constitutionally-based power of the Senate to advise the President and give consent to proposed treaties and Presidential appointments. Amendment--A proposal to change or an actual change to a bill, a motion, an act, or the constitution. Apportionment--Allocation of legislative seats by law. The 435 seats in the House of Representatives are apportioned to states based on population. Appropriatlon--A provision by a legislature of funds for a specific purpose. Authorization--A legislative action establishing a program and general amounts of money to fund the program. An appropriation provides the funds. BilI.-A proposed law. Bloc-Representatives or Senators who are members of a group with common interests. Budget--The President's annual proposal to Congress anticipating revenue and expenditures by the Federal government for the upcoming fiscal year. Calendar--A list of.bills or resolutions to be considered by a committee, in the House or the Senate. Caucus--The meeting of members of a political party, usually to decide policy or select members to fill positions. Also, the group itself. Chamber--Either th~ House of Representatives or the Senate. Clerk of the House-Chief administrative officer of the House of Representatives. Cloture--In the Senate, the closing of debate or ending of a filibuster by a required three-tifths (60 Senators) vote, thereby allowing a bill to be voted on. Committee of the Whole--Business is expedited in the 435 member House of Representatives when it resolves itself to the "Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union." Rules are relaxed and a quorum is easier to obtain. A minimum of 100 members can comprise the committee. Conferees--Members of a conference committee, which is composed of Senators and Representatives named to work out differences between same-subject bills passed by both chambers. Congressional Record--The printed, daily account of debates, votes and comments in the House and Senate published by the Government Pdnting Office. Continuing Resolution-Legislation providing continued funding for a Federal department or program, usually at the previous fiscal year level. It is used when Congress has failed to pass a necessary appropriations bill for a new fiscal year. ~1995 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK1 71 T!30763370
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Enacting Clause--The initial language h~z~ ~ saying "Be it Ranking Member--Member of the majority party on a committee enacted." To kill a bill, a Member will move to "strike the enacting clause." Engrossed BilI-Officia! copy of a bill passed by the House or Senate. Enrolled BllI-Final certified copy of a bill passed in identical form by the House and Senate. Executive Session-A meeting closed to the public. Extension of Remarks--Material inserted by a Senator or Representative in the Congressional Record. It is not spoken on the floor. Filibuster--Talking and debating a bill in an effort to change it or kill it. Easier in the Senate than the House because of the Senate's more relaxed rules controlling debate. Fiscal Year--A 12 month period for using Federal funds, beginning October 1. It is the year in which the period ends. Franking Privilege--The dght of a Senator or Representative (or member of a Federal agency) to use free-the U.S. Postal Service for official business. Germane--Pertinent. Bearing on the subject. Hearings--Testimony taken by witnessess at special committees sessions. Most hearings are open to the public. Hopper--Box where proposed bills are placed. Joint Committee--A committee ot Senators and Representatives. Joint Resolution-A resolution that requires both the House and Senate approval. Law--An act of Congress that has been signed by the president or Congress passes over his veto. Majority Leader--Leader of the majority party in either the House or the Senate. In the House, second in command to the Speaker. Markup--The section-by-section review and revision of a bill by committee members. Minority Leader--Leader of the minority party in either the House or the Senate. Override a Veto--When the president vetos a bill, Congress can override it, if, they can get two thirds vote in both chambers. Pair--An agreement by two members of Congress to be recorded on opposite sides of an issue when one or both will be absent when the votes are not counted but they make their positions known. Point of Order--An objection by a Senator or Representative that a rule is being violated. President pro tempore--Because the Vice President, who is President of the Senate is seldom present to preside, the Senate elects a "President pro tempore," or temporary President who, if he does not preside each day, assigns the job to another Senator, usually of Junior seniority. Previous Question--By a motion to "move the previous question," a Representative seeks to end debate and bring an issue to a vote. Senators do not have this debate limiting device. Private Bill--Bills that provide for special treatment for an individual or business entity. Such bills are subject to Presidential veto. Privilege--A privileged question is a motion which is considered before other motions. A =question of privilege" relates to the personal privilege of a Senator or Representative. Quorum--The number of members of a legislative body who must be present before business may be conducted. A majority of the membership constitutes a quorum. who ranks first in seniority after the chairman. Ranking Minority Member-The Senior member (in terms of service) of the minority party on a committee. Recess--Concludes legislative business and sets time for the next meeting of the legislative body. Report--A committee's wdtten record of its actions and views on a bill. The committee "reports" its findings to the House or Senate. Resolution--A formal statement of a decision or opinion by the House or Senate or both. A simple resolution is made by one chamber and generally deals with that chamber's rules or perogatives. A concurrent resolution is presented in both chambers and usually expresses a Congressional view on a matter not within Congressional jurisdiction. A joint resolution also requires approval in both chambers and goes to the President for approval. Simple and concurrent resolutions do not go to the President. Rider--A provision added to a bill so it may "ride" to approval on the strength of the bill. Generally, riders are placed on appropriations' bills. Secretary of the Senate--The chief administrative officer of the Senate. Senatorial Courtesy--The Senate's tradition of honoring any objections by Senators of the President's party to appointments in the states of the objecting Senator(s). Sergeant at Arms--Legislative officer who maintains order and controls access to the chamber at the direction of the presiding officer. Speaker--Speaker of the House Representatiyes. Presides over the House. Elected, in effect, by the majority party in the House. Next in line of succession to the Presidency after the Vice President. " Special, Select or Ad Hoc Committees--These committees are created for a specific investigation or oversight function, are more apt to die and have functions routed to a standing committee, s Suspend the Rules--A motion in the House intended to quickly bring a bill to a vote. Table a BilI-A motion to, in effect, put a bill aside and thereby remove it from consideration or kill it. Teller Vote--A House vote whereby members votes are counted "for" or "against" as they file past tellers in the front of the chamber. A count is taken but there is no official record of how each Representative voted. Unanimous Consent--A time-saving procedure for non- controversial measures whereby measures are adopted without a vote. A member simply say "1 ask unanimous consent" for ...(and states his proposal). Union Calendar--The calendar on which money bills are placed in order of date reported from committees. Voice Vote--Members answer yes or no in unison. The presiding officer decides the result. How a member voted is not recorded. Whip-A legislator who is chosen to be assistant to the leader of the party in both the House and Senate. Yield--The request, "Will the gentleman yield?" is an expression used to seek permission from a member already speaking on the floor to be recognized. ©I~95 THE U.S. CO~,'GRESS HANDBOE2K 1 7'3 T130763371
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The White House President Williarn Jefferson Clinton 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington, DC 20500 Phone: 202-456.1414 Biog~'aphy: b. Aug.19, 1946, Hope, AR; Governor. AR, Attorney General-AR, Law Professor; Baptist;, m. HiIlary Rodham, I child; Georgetown U., B.A.; Yale U., J.D.; Oxford U., Rhodes Scholar; home, Little Rock. Vice President Albert Gore, Jr. Old Executive Office Building Washington, DC 20501 Phone:202-456-2326 Biography: b. March 31, 1948, Washington, DC; U.S. Senator & Representative-TN; Journalist, Home Builder; Baptist; rn. Tipper Aitcheson, 4 children; Harvard U., B.A.; Vanderbilt U., J.D.; Army'69-'71; home, Carthage. The annual salary for the President of the United States is $200,000. The Vice President receives $171,500. Office Of The President Counselor to the President Thomas "Mack" McLarty Senior Advisor to the President for Policy and Strategy George Stephanopolous Appointments and Scheduling Billy Webster Personal Aide to the President Stephen Goodin Executive Secretary to the President Betty Curry Chief of Staff Chief of Staff Leon Panelta Deputy Chief of Staff Harold Ickes Ersldne Bowles Counselor to the Chief of Staff John Angell Assistants To The President Administration and Management Jodie Torkelson, Deputy Advance and Scheduling Isabelle Tapia, Deputy Cabinet Affairs Secretary Kilty Higgins Communications Director Mark Gearan Counsel Abner Mikva Bruce Undsey, Deputy Phone (A~a code 202) 456-2000 456-7105 456-6610 456-2420 456-2990 456-6797 456-2459 456-2520 456-2861 456-7560 456-2572 456-2640 456-2632 456-2668 174 ~t£95 THE U.S. CO~VGRESS H,4NDS~20K Executive Branch DomesEo Policy Carol Rasco Economic Policy Environmental Quality Intergovernmenlal Affairs Kalhleen McGinty Marcia Hale Legislative Affairs Patrick Gdffin Susan Brcphy, Deputy Media Affairs Lorrie McHugh, Director Military Affairs Alan Sullivan National Security Affairs Anthony Lake Personnel Robert J. Nash Political Affairs Douglas Sosnik Policy Development Ira Magaziner, Sr. Advisor Press Michael McCurry Public Liaison Alexis Herman Science and Technology Dr. John Gibbons Staff Secretary John Podesta (Area Code 202} 456-2216 456-2174 456-6224 456-7060 456-2230 456-2230 456-7150 456-2150 456-9481 456-6676 456-6257 456-6406 456-2100 456-2930 456-7116 456-2702 Office of the Vice President The Vice President AI Gore, Jr. Office of Mrs. Gore Chief of Staff Jack Quinn Executive Assistant to the Vice President Heather Marabeti Counsel and Administrative Director Kumiki Gibson Scheduling Director Kimberly H. Tilley Communications Director Lorraine Voles Domestic Policy Advisor Greg Simon National Security Advisor Leon Fuerth Legislative Advisor Thurgood Marshall, Jr. Public Uason Beth Pritchard 456-2326 456-6640 456-6605 456o7124 456-7022 395-4245 456-7035 456-6222 395-4213 224-839t 456-7124 Office of the First Lady The First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton 456-6266 Chief of Staff Margaret Williams 456-6266 Exec. Assistant to the Chief of Staff Marjory Tarmey 456-6266 Melanne Verveer, Deputy 456-6266 Press Secretary Usa Caputo, Deputy 456-2980 Social Secretary A~n St~k 456-7136 Director of Scheduling Patli Sdi~s 456-7560 019"~S THE U.So CONGRESS HAt#DBOGK 175 T130763372
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Executive Office of the President The executive branch of the federal government includes, along with the departments noted on the previous pages, the executive office of the president and various agencies, commissions and corporations. Pdmary agency through which the President manages the executive branch is the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). Department and agency programs, policies and expenditures can be shaped through OMB's power to direct and coordinate department and agency budgets. Along with OMB, other agencies in the executive office of the president include the Council of Economic Advisers, the National Security Council, Office of the U.S.Trade Representative, Council on Environmental Quality, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Office of Administration, and Office of the Vice President. Office of Management and Budget New Executive Office Building, 725 17th St., NW, Washington, D.C. 20503 Director: Alice Riviin 2O2-395-4840 Office of Administration New Executive Office Building, 725 17th St., NW, Washington, D.C. 20503 Director: Patsy L. Thomasson 202-395-6963 National Security Council Old Executive Office Bldg., 17th & Penn. Ave., NW, Washington, D.C, 20506 Advisor: Anthony Lake 202-395-9481 Office of the U.S.Trade Representative 600 17th Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20506 Director= Amb. Mickey Kantor 202-395°3204 Environmental Protection Agency 401 M Street SW, Washington, D.C. 20460 Director: Carol Browner 202-260-4700 Office of Science andTechnology Policy Old Executive Office Building #424, Washington, D.C. 20500 Director: Dr. John Gibbons 202-456-7116 Council of Economic Advisors Old Executive Office Building #314, Washington, D.C. 20500 Chairman: Laura D'Andrea Tyson 202-395-5042 National Drug Control Policy 750 17th Street, 8th Floor, Washington, D.C. 20500 Director: Dr. Lee R Brown 202-395-6700 Central Intelligence Agency Washington, DC 20505 Director: Gem Michael RC. Cams (nominee) 703-482-1100 176 OZScJ5 THE U.S. CO,'#GRESS HANDBOOK DepartmentsmThe Cabinet The heads of the 14 executive depa~ments are appointed by the President and confirmed by Ihe Senate. By custom and tradition they become the Cabinet and funclion and advise the President as he directs. A President may grant other officials cabinet status. In 1995 this status was givan to the DireCtor of the Office of Management and Budget, the Representative to the United Nations, the U.S. Trade Representative, the Director of Environmental Protection Agency, Ihe Council of Economic Advisors, the Off ce of Science andTechnology Policy and Ihe National Secudty Council. The Vice President attends Cab net meetings, as does the President's Chief of Slaff. The annual salary of a cabinet member is: $148,400. Department of Agriculture 14th & Independent Streets, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250 Secretaw: Dan Glickman (nominee) 202-720-3631 Biography: b. Nov. 24, 1944, Wichita, KS, Attorney, U.S. Representative, Jewish; m. Rhoda Yura; 2 children; U. of MI, B.A.; George Washington, U., J.D,; home, Wichita. Aides: Chief of Staff, Exec. Asst., Deputy Secretary: Richard Rominger 202-720-6158 Department of Commerce 14th St. & Constitution Ave. & E Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20230 Secretary: Ronald H. Brown 202-462-2112 Biography: b. Aug. 1,1941, Washington, D.C.; Attorney, Chairman, Democratic National Committee; m. Alma Arrington, 2 children; Middlebury College, B.A.; U. of St. John's, J.D.; home, Washington, D.C. Aides= Chief of'Staff, Robert Stein; Exec. Asst., Barbara Schmitz Deputy Secretary: David Barram 202-482-4625 Delpartment of Defense 1000 Defense, The Pentagon, Washington, D.C. 20301 ~ Secretary: William J. Perry 703-695-5261 Biography: b, Oct. 11, 1927, Vandergrift, PA; Deputy Sec. of Defense, High Tech Industry Exec., Engineering Professor; m. Lee Green, 5 children, Stanford, B.S., M.S.; Penn State, Ph.D. Yale, B.A.; U. of Oxford, M.A.; M.I.T., Ph.D; Army '46-'47; home, Alexandria, VA, Aides: Spec.Asst., Robed I-~1; Exec. Asst., Meba Bo~'~g Deputy Secretary: John Deutch 703-695-6352 Joint Chiefs of Staff: Gen. John Shalikashvili 697-9121 Secretary of the Air Force: Dr. Sheila E. Widnall 697-7376 Secretary of the Army: Togo D. West, Jr. 695-3211 Secretary of the Navy: Hon. John H. Dalton 695-3131 Department of Education ~ Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20202 Secretary: RichardW. Riley 202-401-3000 Biography: b. Jan. 2, 1933, Greenville, SC; Attorney, Governor of SC; m. Ann Yarborough, 4 children; Methodist; Furman U., B.A.; U. of SC, LL.D.; Navy'54- '56; home, Columbia, SC. Aides: Cl~el of Staff, Frank H~Ieman; Exec. Asst., S~ Ri~ck Deputy Secretary: Madeline Kunin 202-401-1000 019'35THE~ CONGRESSHANDBOOK 177 Ti30763373
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r Executive Branch Department of Energy 1000 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20585 Deputy Secretary: Bill White Secretary: Hazel R. O'Leary 202-586-6210 Biography: b. May 17, t937, Newport News, VA; Energy Consulting Firm Vice President; utility executive; Divorced, 1 child; Fisk College, B.A.; Rutgers School of Law (1966); home, MinneapdLs, MN. Aides~.. Chief of Staff, Richard Rosenzweig; Exec. Asst., Beth Arner 202-586-5500 Department of Health & Human Services 200 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20201 Deputy Secretary: Walter Broadnax Secretary: Donna E. Shalala 202-690-7000 Biography: b. Feb. 14, 1941, Cleveland, OH; Chancellor-U. of WI; Professor; College President; Single; Western College, A.B.; Syracuse U., Ph.D; home, Madison, WI. Aides: Chief of Staff, Kevin Thurm; Exec. Asst., Jill Hargis 202-690-7431 Department of Housing & Urban Development 451 7th Street, SW, Washington, D.C. 20410 ~Secretary: Henry Cisneros 202-708-0417 Biography: b.June 11, 1947, San Antonio, TX; Mayor of San Antonio; Financial & Health Consulting business; Catholic, m. Mary Alice Perez, 3 children;'l'X A&M, B.A.; JFK School of Govt., M.A.; George Washington U., Ph.D.; home, San Antonio, TX. Aides: Chief of Staff, Bruce Katz; Exec. Asst., Linda Benjamin Deputy Secretary: Dwight R Robinson (acting) 202-708-0123 Department of Interior 1849 C Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20240 Secretary: Bruce Babbitt 202-208-7351 Biography; b. June 27, 1938, Los Angeles, CA; Attorney, Governor-AZ, Attorney GeneraI-AZ; President/ League of Conservation Voters; m. Hattie, 1 child; Notre Dame, B.A.; U. of Newcastle-England, M.A.; Harvard, J.D.; home, Phoenix. Aides: Chief of Staff, Tom Collier; Exec. Asst., Barbara Atkinson Deputy Secretary: 202-208-4863 Department of Justice Constitution Ave. & 10th St., NW, Wash., D.C. 20530 Attomey General: Janet R Reno 202-514-2001 Biography: b. July 21, 1938, Miami, FL; Attorney, Dade County-FL Prosecuting Attorney; circuit court judge; Single; Cornell, A.B.; Harvard LL.B.; home, Miami, FL. Aides: Chief of Staff; John Hogan; Exec. Asst., Bessie Meadows Deputy Attorney General: Jamie Gorelick 202-514-2101 1"/li ~t.,~5 THE U.S CONGRESS HAJVD,~OOK Executive Branch Department of Labor 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20210 Secretary: Robert B. Reich 202-219-8271 Biography: b. June 24, 1946, Scranton, PA; Economist/ Professor JFK School of Govt.; public policy lecturer; m. Clare Dalton, 2 children; Dartmouth, B.A.; Yate, LL.B.; Oxford U., Ph.D.; home, Cambridge, Aides: Chief of Staff, Chris Balderston; Exec. Asst., Michael Kerr Deputy Secretary: Thomas Glynn 202-219-6151 Department of State 2201 C Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20520 Secretary: Warren M.Chdstopher 202-647-5298 Biography: b. Oct. 27, 1925, Scranton, ND; Attorney, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State; U.S. Deputy Attorney General; m. Marie Wyllis, 4 children; U. of Southern CA, B.S.; Stanford, LL.B.; home, Los Angeles, CA. Aides: Chief of Staff, Tom Donilon; Exec. Asst., Kenneth Brill; Scheduler, Linda Dewan Deputy Secretary: Strobe Talbott 202-647-9640 Ambassador to the United Nations: MadeIe~ne ~bright 202-736-7555 Department of Transportation 400 7th Street, SW, Washington, D.C. 20590 Secretary: Federico Pena 202-366.1111 Biography: b. March 15, 1947, Laredo, TX; Attorney, Mayor-Denver, CO, Investment Company Executive; Catholic, m. Ellen Mary Hart, 2 children; U. of TX, B.A., J.D.; home, Denver, CO. Aides: Chief of Staff, Ann Bormolini; Exec. Asst., Joyce Craley Deputy Secretary: Mortimer Downey 202-366-2222 Nye Department of the Treasury 1500 Pennsylvan~ Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20220 Secretary: Robert E. Rubin 202-622-5300 Biography: b. Aug. 29, 1938, NewYork City. Attorney, Asst. to the President for Economic Policy; Co-Chair- man Wall Street Investment Firm; Jewish; m. Judith Oxenberg, 2 children; Harvard, A.B.Yale, LL.B., Lon- don School of Economics; home, New York City. Aides: Chief of Staff, Sylvia Mathews; Exec. Asst., Ben Deputy Secretary: Frank Newman 202-622-1070 Department of Veterans' Affairs 810 Vermont Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20420 Secretary: Jesse Brown 202-2273-4800 Biography: b. March 27, 1944, Chicago, IL; Executive Director, Disabled American Veterans; m. Sylvia, 1 child; Marines '63°'65; home, Washington, DC. Aides: Chief of Staff, Harold Gracey; Exec. Asst., Roy Spicer Deputy Secretary: Hershel W. Gober 202-273-4817 THE U.S. CONGRESS HA~,'D~OOK 179 Ti30763374
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Key Federal Agencies ff an ~g~cy is ~at independent, but is pad of a I~rgsr federal depattmen.t, th~s is indicated. Agriculture Research Service (Department of Agriculture) Independence Avenue & 14th Street, SW Washington, DC 20250 202/720-3656 Agency for International Development 2201 C Street, NW Washington, DC 20523-0001 202/647-4000 Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (Department of the Treasury) 650 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20226 202/927-8700 Bureau of Indian Affairs (Department of the Interior) 1849 C Street, NW Washington, DC 20240 202/208-3711 Bureau of Land Management (Department of the Interior) 1849 C Street, NW Washington, DC 20240 202/208-5717 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Department of Health and Human Services) 1600 Clifton Road, NE Atlanta, GA 30333 404/639-3291 Central Intelligence Agency Washington, DC 20505 703/482-1100 Coast Guard (Department of Transportation) 2100 2nd Street, SW Washington, DC 20593 202/267-2380 Comptroller of the Currency (Department of Treasury) 250 E Street, SW Washington, DC 20219 202/622-2000 Commission on Civil Rights 624 9th Street, NW Washington, DC 20425 202/376-8312 Consumer Product Safety Commission 4330 East West Highway Bethesda, MD 20814-4408 3011504-0500 Customs Service (Department of the Treasury) 1301 Constitution Avenue Washington, DC 20229 202/927-2095 Drug Enforcement Administration (Department of Justice) Washington, DC 20537 202/307-8000 1~0 01995 THE U.S. CONGRESS I'IAt,'DEO~K Federal Agencies Environmental Protection Agency 401 M Street SW Washington, DC 20460 202/260-4700 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 1801 L Street, NW Washington, DC 20507 202/663-4900 Farm Credit Administration 1501 Farm Credit Drive McLean, VA 22102-5090 703/883o4000 Federal Aviation Administration (Department of Transportation) 800 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, DC 20591 202/267-3111 Federal Bureau of Investigation (Department of Justice) 10th Street & Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20535 202/324-3000 Federal Communications Commission 1919 M Street, NW, Suite 814 Washington, DC 20554 202/418-1000 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 550 17th Street, NW Washington, DC 20429 202/898-6974 Federal Election Commission 999 E Street, NW Washington, DC 20463 202/219-3420 Federal Emergency Management Agency 500 C Street, SW Washington, DC 20472 202/646-4600 F~ederal Energy Regulatory Commission 825 N. Capitol Street, NE Washington, DC 20426 202/208-0200 Federal Highway Administration (Department of Transportation) 400 7th Street, SW Washington, DC 20590 202/366-0660 Federal Housing Administration 451 7th Street, SW Washington, DC 20410 202/708-2004 Federal Housing Finance Board 1777 F Street, NW Washington. DC 20006 202/408-2500 Federal Maritime Commission 800 N. Capitol Street, NW Washington, DC 20573 202/523-5911 Federal Reserve System 20th Street & Constitution Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20551 202/452-3201 Federal Trade Commission (Independent agency of the federal government) Pennsylvania Ave. & 6th Street, NW Washington, DC 20580 202/326-2100 0 f9~5 THE U.S. CONGRESS HAJVDBOOK 181 T!30763375
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I IIIIIII i i • III • Federal Agencies Fish and Wildlife Service (Department of the I~terior) 1849 C Street, NW Washington, DC 20240 202/208-5634 Food and Drug Administration (Department of Health and Human Services) 5600 Fishers Lane Rockville, MD 20857 301/443-2410 Forest Service (Department of Agriculture) 201 14th Street, SW Washington, DC 20250 202/205-1760 Government National Mortgage Association 451 7th Street, SW Washington, DC 20410 202/708-0926 General Services Administration 18th & F Street, NW Washington, DC 20405 202/708-5082 Immigration and Naturalization Service (Department of Justice) 425 1 Street, NW Washington, DC 20536 202/514-4330 Internal Revenue Service (Department of Treasury) 1111 Constitution Avenue Washington, DC 20224 202/622-5000 interstate Commerce Commission 12th St., & Constitution Ave., NW Washington, DC 20423 202/927-7119 National Aeronautics and Space Administration 300 E Street, SW Washington, DC 20546 202/358.1010 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (Department of Transportation) 400 7th Street, SW Washington, DC 20590 202/366-1836 National Institutes of Health (Department of Health and Human Services) 1 Center Dirve MSC 0148 Building 1, Room 126 Bethesda, MD 20892-0148 3011496-2433 National Labor Relations Board 1099 14th Street, NW Washington, OC 20570 202/273-3890 National Park Service (Department of the Interior) 1849 C Street, NW Washington, DC 20240 202/208-4747 National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22230 703/306-1234 182 01.~5 THE U.S. CG,~LGRESS HAt,~D,~OOK Federal Agencies Washington, DC 20223 Nuclear Regulatory Commission Washington, DC 20555 301/'415-7000 Office of National AIDS Policy (Executive Office of the President) 750 17th Street, NW#1060 Washington. DC 20503 202/632-1090 Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Department of Labor) 200 Constitution Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20210 202/219-8148 Office of Personnel Management 1900 E Street, NW Washington, DC 20415-0001 202/606-2424 Postal Rate Commission 1333 H Street, NW, #300 Washington, DC 20268 202/789-6868 Public Health Service (Department of Health and Human Services) 200 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, DC 20201 202/690-7694 Securities and Exchange Commission 450 Fifth Street, NW Washington, DC 20549 202/942-0100 Selective Service System 1515 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22209-2425 7031235-2200 Small Business Administration 409Third Street, SW Washington, DC 20416 1-800-827-5722 Social Security Administration (Department of Health and Human Services) 200 Independence Avenue, SW HHH Bldg.-613D Washington, DC 20201 202./690-6764 Substance Abuse and Mental Services Administration (Department of Health and Human Services) 5600 Fishers Lane Rockvilte, MD 20857 301(443-0365 Surgeon General (Department of Health and Human Services) 200 Independence Avenue, SW Room 736E Washington, DC 20201 202/690-6467 United States Information Agency 301 Fourth Street, SW Washington, DC 20547 202/619-4700 United States Postal Service 475 I~Enfant Plaza, SW Washington, DC 2026@0010 202/268-2000 United States Secret Service (Department of theTreasury) 1800 G Street, NW 202/435-5708 THE U.$. CONGRESS TI30763376
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Supreme Court of the United States One First Street NE Washington, DC 20543 Phone: (202) 479-3000 'q'he ultimate function of the Supreme Court is nothing less than the arbitration between fundamental and ever present rival forces or trends in our organized socie~" Robert H. Jackson Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court The United States Supreme Court was created pursuant to Article III section 1 of the United States Constitution and the subsequent passage by Congress of the Judiciary Act of September 24, 1789. The Court was formally organized on February 2, 1790, making it 206 years old this year. While the Constitution ensures the existence of the Supreme Court, it gives Congress the power to set the Court's size and composition. Currently, one chief justice and eight associate justices comprise the Court. Six members make a quorum. President Nominates Justices and the Chief Justice are nominated by the President and, if approved by the Senate, serve for life. A justice may retire at age 70 after ten years as a Federal judge, or at age 65 with fifteen years of service. Current annual salaries are $171,500 for the chief justice and $164,100 for associate justices. Impeachment A justice may be removed only after impeachment (charges of wrongdoing) by the House of Representatives and a trial bythe Senate and resulting findings of guilt by the Senate. The Constitution grants Congress broad powers in establishing the Court's jurisdiction. Through power given by Congress, the Supreme Court reviews decisions of lower Federal courts involving Federal issues and decisions of the highest state courts where constitutional issues are involved. Challenges by an individual to any law's constitutionality reach the Federal courts only if that individual's rights are directly affected. 184 019cJ5 TNE U.S. CO,'VGRESS HA~'D,~OGK Supreme Court Individual Rights Significant decisions ofthe Supreme Court often focus on individual rights and provide a brake on majority government power that can abuse the constitutionally guaranteed rights of a relatively powerless American or minority group of Americans. In making such decisions, the Court upholds the principle that the United States government belongs to the people. It is the people, too, that over a pedod of time, must accept the Supreme Court decisions. This is why the Court's decisions must provide persuasive reasons that appeal to the public's sense of fairness. If the Court fails, and the public does not accept a decision, it will eventually be overruled or eroded by later Court decisions. HOW THE SUPREME COURT INFLUENCES CONGRESS While enacting legislation, Congress necessarily is aware of the power of the Supreme Court to review and strike down laws the Court deems unconstitutional. This publicly-accepted principle of judicial review does not come directly from the Constitution, but from an 1803 decision of the Supreme Courtin Marbury v. Madison that states it is "the province and the duty of the judicial department to say what the law is." Acceptance by Congress of the Court's judicial review power can be observed when committees of Congress invite constitutional scholars to testify, and when Representatives and Senators debate whether the Supreme Court will find a proposed law constitutional. Writ of Certiorari When appealing a lower court finding to the Supreme Court, an appellant asks the Supreme Court for a Writ of C~rtiorari which, if granted, commands the lower court to send the case record to the Supreme Court for review. Thousands of writs are requested annually, and the Court accepts only a few hundred. The Court's annual term begins the first Monday in October and generally lasts until the end of June. ~1S95 THE U.S.. CO,",~GRESS HANDBOOK 185 Ti30763377
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U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice and Associate Justices William H. Rehnquist Chief Justice (Nominated Chief Justice by President Reagan, 19B6} (Norn[~ted Associate Jus~ce by President Nixon, 1971) Born Milwaukee, Wl 10/1/24; Married Natalie Cornell (deceased); 3 children; Lutheran; Army Air Corps '43 to '46; Stanford, B.A., M.A.; Harvard, M.A.; Stanford, LL.B.; U.S.Assistant Attorney Genera]. John Paul Stevens Associate Justice (Nominated by President Ford, 1975) Born Chicago, IL, 4/20/20; Married Elizabeth Jane Sheeren (deceased); Married Maryan Mulholland Simon; 4 children; U of Chicago, B.A.; Northwestern, LL.B.; Judge U.S. Coud of Appeals. Sandra Day O'Connor Associate Justice (Nominated by President Reagan, 1981) Born El Pasco, TX, 3/26/30; Married John Jay O'Connor, III; 3 children; Stanford, B.A., LL.B.; Arizona Assistant Attorney General; Arizona Senate Majority Leader; Judge County Superior Court; Arizona Court of Appeals. Antonin Scalia Associate Justice (Nominated by President Reagan, 1988) Born Trenton, N J, 3/11/36; Married Maureen McCarlhy; 9 children; Georgetown, B.A.; Harvard, LL.B; U.S. Assistant Attorney General; Judge U.S. Court of Appeals. Anthony M. Kennedy Associate Justice (Nominated by President Reagan, 1988) Born Sacramento, CA 7123/36; Marded Mary Davis; 3 children; Stanford, B.A.; Harvard, LLB.; Judge U.S. Court of Appeals. 186 0f9_~5 THE U.S. CONGRESS HAh'DSOOK Supreme Court David H. Souter Associate Justice (Nominated by President Bush, 1990) Born Melrose, MA, 9117139; Single; Harvard, A.B., Oxford, Rhodes Scholar; Harvard, LL.B.; New Hampshire Attorney General;Judge New Hampsl~re Superior Ceurt; Judge New Hampshire Supr~ne Cood; Judge U.S. Court of Appeals. Clarence Thomas Associate Justice (Nominated by President Bush, 1991) Born Pinpoint, GA, 6/23/48; Married Virginia Lamp; 1 child; Holy Cross, A.B.; Yale, J.D.; Judge U.S. Court of Appeals; Missouri Assistant Attorney General. Ruth Bader Ginsburg Associate Justice (Nominated by President Clinton, 1993) Born Brooklyn, NY, 3115133; Marded Marlin D. Ginsburg; 2 children; Comell, B.A.; Han~ard Law School, Columbia Law School, LL.B. (J.D.); Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals ~Steven Breyer Associate Justice (Nominated by President Clinton, 1994) Born San Francisco, CA, 8/15/38; Married ,~anna Hare; 3 children; Stanford, A.B.; Oxford, B.A. Harvard Law School, LL.B. Judge, U,S. Court of Appeals. SUPREME COURT OFFICERS Clerk--William K. Suter; Librarian--Shelley Dowling; Marshall-Dale E. Bosley; Reporter of Decisions-Frank Wagner; Counsel-Richard Schickele; Curator--Gall Galloway; Public Information Officer-Toni House; Director of Data Systems-Donna Clement. Questions about the Court and requests for materials should be directed to The Curator's Office or to Ms. House, The Public Information Officer. The telephone number is (202) 479-3000 and the Supreme Court address is One First Street NE, Washington, DC 20543. THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 187 T!30763378
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State Governors REPUBLICANS: 19 DEMOCRATS: 30 INDEPENDENT: 1 More information is available at the National Governors Association, 444 North Capitol Street, Washington, DC 20001 202-624-5330 ALABAMA- Governor Fob James (R) State Capitol, Montgomery 36104 ALASKA-Governor Tony Knowles (D) P.O. Box 110001, Juneau 99811 ARIZONA-Governor Fife Symington (R) State Capitol, Phoenix 85007 ARKANSAS-Governor Jim GuyTucker (D) State Capitol, Little Rock 72201 CAUFORNIA-Governor Pete Wilson (R) State Capitol, Sacramento 95814 COLORADO-Governor Rey Romer (D) State Capitol, Denver 80203-1792 CONNECTICUT-Governor John Rowland (R) State Capitol, Hartford 06106 DELAWARE-Governor Thomas R. Carper (D) Legislative Hall, Dover 19901 FLORIDA-Governor Lawton Chiles (D) State Capitol, Tallahassee 32399 GEORGIA-Governer Zell Miller State Capitol, Atlanta 30334 HAWAII--Governor Ben Cayetano (D) State Capitol, Honolulu 76813 IDAHO-Governor Phil Batt (R) State House, Boise 83720 ILUNOIS-Governor Jim Edgar (R) State Capitol, Springfield 62706 INDIANA-Governor B. Evan Bayh (D) 206 State House, Indianapolis 46204 IOWA-Governor Terry E. Branstad (R) State Capitol, Des Moines 50319 KANSAS-Governor Bill Graves (R) State Capitol, Topeka 66612-1590 KENTUCKY-Governor Brereton C. Jones State Capitol, Frankfort 40601 LOUISIANA-Governor Edwin W. Edwards (D) State Capitol, PC Box 94004 Baton Rouge 70804 MAINE--Governor Angus S. King, Jr. (I) State Capitol, Augusta 04333 MARYLAND-Governor Parris Glendening (D) State Capitol, Annapolis 21401 MASSACHUSETTS-Governor William F.Weld (R) State Capitol, Boston 02133 MICHIGAN---Governor John Engler (R) State Capitol, Lansing 48909 MINNESOTA-Governor Arne H. Carlson (R) State Capitol, St. Paul 55155 612-296-3391 205-242-7100 907-465-3500 602-542-4331 501-682-2345 916-445-2841 303-866-2471 203-566-4840 302-739-4101 904-488-2272 404-656-1776 808-586-0034 206-334-2100 217-782-6830 317-232-4567 515-281-5211 913-296-3232 502-564-2611 504-342-7015 207-287-3531 410-974-3901 617-727-9173 517-373-3400 188 #~1.9cJ5 TPIE U, S. CG;,'GRESS HA~."DBGOK ~ ._ Governors MISSISSiPPI-Governor K~rk Fordice (R) RO. Box 1,39, Jackson 39205 601-359-31 MISSOURI-Governor Mel Camahan (D) P.O. Box 720, Jefferson City 65102 314-751-3222 MONTANA-Governor Maro Racicot (R) State Capitol, Helena 59620 406-444-3111 NEBRASKA-Governor E. Ben Nelson RO. 94848, Uncoln 68509 402-471-2244 NEVADA-Governor Robert J. Miller (D) State Capitol, Carson City 89710 702-687-5670 NEW HAMPSHIRE-Governor Stephen Merrill (R) State Capitol, Concord 03301 603-271-2121 NEW JERSEY-Governor ChristineTodd Whitman (R) State Capitol, Trenton 08625 609-292-6000 NEW MEXICO-Governor Gary E. Johnson (R) State Capitol, Santa Fe 87503 505-827-3000 NEW YORK-Governor George E. Pataki (R) State Capitol, Albany 12202 518-474-7516 NORTH CAROLINA-Governor James B. Hunt, Jr. (D) State Capitol, Raleigh 27603 919-733-4240 NORTH DAKOTA-Governor Edward T. Schafer (R) State Capitol, Bismarck 58505 OHIO-Governor George V. Voinovich (R) 77 S. High St., 30th FI., Columbus 43266 OKLAHOMA-Governor Frank Keating (R) State Capitol, Oklahoma City 73105 OREGON-Governor John Kitzaber (D) State Capitol, Salem 97310 PENNSYLVANIA-Governor Tom Ridge Main Capitol Building, Harrisburg 17120 RHODE ISLAND-Governor Lincoln Almond (R) State Capitol, Providence 02903 SOUTH CAROLINA-G=vernor David Beasley (R) RO. Box 11369, Columbia 29211 SOUTH DAKOTA-Governor William J. Janklow (R) State Capitol, Pierre 57501 TENNESSEE-Governor Don Sundquist (R) State Capitol, Nashville 37423 TEXAS-Governor George W. Bush (R) Box 12428, Capitol Station, Austin 78711 UTAH-Governor Mike Leavitt (R) State Capitol, Salt Lake City 84114 VERMONT-Governor Howard Dean, M.D. (D) Pavilion Office Building, Montpelier 05609 VIRGINIA-Governor George Allen (R) State Capitol, Richmond 23219 WASHINGTON-Governor Mike Lowry (D) Legislative Building, Olympia 98504 WEST VIRGINIA-Governor Gaston Caperton (D) State Capitol. Charleston 25305 WiSCONSIN-Governor Tommy G. Thompson (R) State Capitol, Madison 53707 WYOMING--Governor Jim Ger[nger {R) State Capitol, Cheyenne 82002 701-328-2200 614-466-3555 405-521-2342 503-378-3111 717-787-250O 401-277-2080 803-734-9818 605-773-3212 615-741-2001 512-463-2000 801-538-1500 802-828-3333 804-786-2211 206-753-6780 304-558-2O0O 608-266-1212 307-777-7434 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 189 Tt30763379
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ALABAMA Congressional District Maps By State ALASKA Keyed to Members of the 104th Congress (Includes Governors and Population) ¢)/995 The U.S. Cor~ss Hancbx~ • B~x,~ .McLean, VA °22101 Phone: (703) 356-3572 Governor Fob J~rnes (R) Montgomery 36130 Population 4,062,608 Tulcaloole ~=kegee SENATORS: Howell Heflin (D) Richard Shelby (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-3, D-4 1. Sonny C~dlahan 2. Terry Everett (R) 3. Glen Browder (D) 4. Torn Bevill (D) 5. Bud Cramer (D) 6. Spencer Bachus (R) 7. Earl Hilliard (D) Governor Tony Knowles (D) Population 551,947 Juneau 99811 SENATORS: Ted Stevens (R) Frank Murkowski (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-1 At Large - Don Young (R) @1995 U.S. Congress Handbook M1 TI30763380
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Governor Fife Symington Population 9,677,985 Phoenix 85007 SENATORS: John McCaln (R) REPRESENTATIVES; R-5, D-1 1 Matt Salmon (R) 4. John Shadegg (R) 2. Ed Pastor (D) 5. Jim Kolbe (R) 3. Bob Stump (R) 6, J,D, Hayworth (R) Governor Jim Guy Tucker (O) Little Rock 72201 Population 2,362,239 Memphis SENATORS: D~te Bumpers (D) David Pryor REPRESENTATIVES: R-2, I)-2 1, Blanche Lambed (D) 3. Tim Hutchinson (R) 2. Ray Thornton (D) 4. JayDickey (R) M2 @ f995 U.S. Congress Handbook Governor Pete Wilson (R) Sacramento 95814 Population 29,839,250 5 Sacramento San Los Angeles =r~ 24,~-3~,41, SENATORS: Dianne Feins~eln (D) Sen Barbara Boxer (D) 4~ REPRESENTATIVES: R-25, D-27 1. Frank Riggs (R) 27. Cados Moorhead (R) 2. W~dly Hergsr (R) 28. David Dreier (R) 3. Vic Fazlo (D) 29, Henry Waxmar~ (D) 4. John Doolittle (F~) 30, Xavier Becerra (D) 5, Bob Matsui (D) 31, Matthew Martlnez 6. Lynn Woolsey (D) 32, Julian Dixon (O) 7. George Miller (D) 33. LucIIle Royb~I-Aliard B. Nancy Pelosl (D) 34. Esteban ToKes (D) 9. Ronald V. Oellums (D) 35. Maxlne Waters (D) 10. Bill Baker (R) 36. Jane Herman (D)" 11, Richard W. Pombo (R) 37. Walter Tucker (D) 12. Tom Lantos (D) 38. Steve Horn (R) 13. Fortney (Pete) Stark (D) 39. Edward Royce 14. Anna Eshoo (D) 40. Jer~y Lewis (R) 15. Norman Mineta (D) 41. Jay Kim (R) 16. Zoo Lofgren CO) 42. George Brown, Jr, (D) 17. Sam Fan" (D) 43. Ken Calvert (R) 18. Gary Condit (D) 44. Sonny Bono (R) 19. George Rada~ovtch (R) 45. Dana Rohrabacher (R) 20. Calvin Dooley (O) 46. Robert Doman (R) 21. Bill Thomas (R) 47. Christopher Cox (R) 22. Andrea Seastrand (R) 4B. Ron Packard 23, Etton Galleg~y (R) 49. Brian Bilbray (R) 24. Tony Be~lenson (D) 50. Robert Flirter (D) 25. Howard (Buck) McKeon (R) 51. Randy Cunntngham (R) 26. Howard Barman (D) 52. Duncan Hunter (R) @1995 U.S. Congress Handbook M3 Ti3076338
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COLORADO Governor Roy Romer (D) Population 3,307,912 Denver 80203-1792 SENATORS: Hank Brown (R) Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-4, D-2 1. Patdcla Schroeder (D) 4. Wayne Allard (R) 2, David E, Skaggs (D) 5. Joel Halley (R) 3, Scott Mclnnls (R) 6. Dan Schaefer (R) CONNECTICUT Governor John Rowland (R) Population 3,295,669 Hartford 06106 SENATORS: New Haven Christopher Dodd (D) Bridgeport Joseph Lleberman (D)~tamford REPRESENTATIVES: R-3, D-3 1. Barbara B. Kennelly (D) 4. Christopher Shays (R) 2. Sam Gsdjenson (D) 5. Gary Franks (R) 3. Rosa DeLauro (D) 6. Nancy L. Johnson (R) Governor Thomas R. Carper (D) Pqpulatlon 668,696 Dover 19901 SENATORS: William Roth, Jr. (R) Joseph BIden. Jr. (D) REPRESENTATIVES: R-1 At Large - Michael Castle (R) M4 @1995 U.S. Congress Handbook Governor Lawton Chiles (D) Tallahassee 32399 Population 13,003,362 Ft. Lauderdel= SENATORS: Bob Graham (D) Connie Mack (R) Florid= REPRESENTATIVES: R-15, 13-8 1. Joe Scarborough (R) 13. Dan Miller (R) 2. Pete Paterson (D) 14. Pealer Goes (R) 3. Corrine Brown (D) 15. Dave Walden (R) 4. Tillie Fowler (R) 16. Mark Foley (R) 5. Karen "l'hun-nan (D) 17. Carrie Meek (D) 6. Cliff Steams (R) 18. Ileana Ros-LehtJnan (R) 7. John Mic~ (R) 19. Harry Johnston (D) 8. Bill McCollum (R) 20. Peter Deutsch (D) 9. Michael Biliralds (R) 21. Uncoln Diaz.Balart (R) 10. C.W. (Bill) Young (R) 22, E, Clay Shaw (R) 11, Sam Gibbons (D) 23. Alcee Hastings (D) 12. Chades Canady (R) Governor Zell Miller (D) Population 6,508,419 Atlanta 30334 SENATORS: Sam Nunn (O) Paul Coverdell (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-7, D-4 1. Jack K~ngston (R) 7. Bob Ban" (R) 2. Sanford Bishop (D) 8. Saxby Chambliss (R) 3. kC=-ac Collins (R) 9. Nathan Deal (0) 4. John Under (R) 10. Charles Norwood (R) 5. John Lewis (D) 11. Cynthia McKinney (D) 6. Newt Gingrich (R) 01995 U.S. Congress Handbook M5 Ti30763382
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HAWAII Govemor Ben Cayetano (D) Population 1,115,274 ~2 ~Kaual HonoluluI Honolulu 96813 SENATORS: Daniel Inouye (D) Daniel Akaka (D) REPRESENTATIVES: 13-2 1. Nell Abercrombie (D) 2. Patsy Mink (D) IDAHO Governor Phil Bait (R) Population 1,011,986 Boise 83720 SENATORS: Larry Craig (R) Dirk Kempthome (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-2 1. He~en Chenoweth (R) 2. Michael Crapo (R) M6 ©1995 U.So Congress Handbook Governor Jim Edgar (R) Population 11,466,682 Springfield 62706 SENATORS: Paul Simon (D) Carbondale Carol Moseley-Braun (D) REPRESENTATIVES: R-10, D-10 1. Bobby Rush (D) 2. Mel Reynolds (D) 3. William O. Liplnskl (D) 4, Luis Gutierrez (D) 5. Mike Ranagan (R) 6. Henry J. Hyde (R) 7. Cardiss Collins (D) 8. Philip M. Crane (R) 9. Sid R. Yates (D) 10. John E. Porter (R) 11. Gerald Waller (R) 12. Jerry Costello (D) 13. Harris W. Fawell (R) 14. J. Dennis Hastert (R) 15. Thomas W. Ewing (R) 16. Donald Manzullo (R) 17. Lane Evans (D) 18. Ray LaHood (R) 19. Glenn Poshard (D) 20. Richard J. Durbin (D) Governor B. Evan Bayh (D) Population 5,564,228 indianapolis 46204 SENATORS: Richard Lugar (R) Dan Coats cn) REPRESENTATIVES: R-6, D-4 1. Peter J. Visclosky (D) 2. David Mclntosh (R) 3. TimRoemer (O) 4. Mark Souder (R) 5. Steve Buyer (R) 6. Dan Burton (R) 7. John T. Myers (R) 8. John Hostettler (R) 9. Lee H. Hamilton (D} 10. Andrew Jacobs, Jr. (D) ¢>1.~95 U,S. Congress Handbook M7 Ti30763383
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Governor Tern] Branstad (R) Population 2,787,424 Des Moines 50319 SENATORS: Chides Grassley (R) Tom Ha, rkin (D) REPRESENTATIVES: R-5 1. Jin~ Leach (R) 2. Jim Nubia (R) 4. Grag G~ke (R) 3. J~m Lighffoot (R) 5. Tom Latham (R) Governor Edwin W. Edwards Population 4,238,216 Baton Rouge 70804 Baton Rouge New 2 GovemorBIII Graves(R) Population 2,485,600 Topeka 66612-1590 City SENATORS: Bob Oole (R) Nancy Kassebaum (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-4 1. Pat Roberts (R) 2. Sam Brownback (R) 3, Jan Meyers (R) 4. Todd Tiahrt (R) SENATORS: j. Bennett Johnston John Breaux (D) REPRESENTATIVES: R-3, 1:7-4 1. Bob Livingston (R) 5. Jim McCrery (R) 2. William Jefferson (D) 6. Richard Baker (R) 3. W,J. (Billy) Tauzln (D) 7. James A. Hayes (D) 4. Clao Fields Governor Angus King Population 1,233,223 Augusta 04333 Governor Breraton C, Jones (D) Population 3,696,9( 3 Frankfort 40601 Covington SENATORS: Wendell H, Ford (D) Mitch McConnel| (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-4, D-2 1. Ed Whitfield (R) 4. 2, Ron La',~s (R) 5. 3. Mike Ward (D) 6. Jim Bunning (R) Harold Rogers (R) Scotty Baesler M9 01995 U.S. Congre~ Handbook Bar Hsrbor SENATORS: WlIt~rn Cohen (R) O~Fnp~a S~owe REPRESENTATIVES: R-l, D-1 1. Jim Longley (R) 2. John 6a~dacci (D) Bath and (~1995 U.S. Congress Handbook M9 T!30763384
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~IlCHIGAN MARYLAND Governor Pards Glendenlng (D) Annapolis 21401 Population 4,798,622 RockviIIs" SENATORS: Paul Sarbanes (D) Barbara Mikulskl (D) REPRESENTATIVES: R-4, D.4 1. Wayne Gilchrest (R) 5. Steny H. Hoyer (D) 2, Robert L. Ehdich, Jr. (R) 6. Roscoe Bartlett (R) 3. Benjanlln L, Cardin (D) 7. Kweisi Mfume (D) 4. Albert Wynn (D) 8. Constance Morella (R) MASSACHUSETTS Governor William F. Weld (R) Population 6,029,051 Boston 02133 MINNESOTA 9 mton Provincetown SENATORS: Edward M. Kennedy (D) John Kerry (D) REPRESENTATIVES: R-2, D-8 1. John Olver (D) 6. 2. Richard NeaJ (D) 7. 3. Peter Blute (R) 8. 4. Barney Frank (D) 9. 5. Martin Meehan (D) 10. Peter Toddldsen (R) Edward M~u'key (D) Joseph Kennedy II (D) Joe Moaldey (D) Germ' E. Studds (D) M10 1995 U.S. Congress Handbook Governor John Engler (R) Lansing 48909 Populatlon 9,328,764 Traveraa City Lansin SENATORS: Cad Levin (D) Spencer Abraham (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-7, 1:)-9 1. Bart Stupak (D) 2. Peter Hoekstra (R) 3, Veto Ehlers (R) 4. Dave Camp (R) 5. James Barcia (D) 6. Fred S. Upton (R) 7. Nick Smith (R) 8, Dick Chrysler (R) 14~15 9. Dale E. Kildee (O) 1 0. David E, Bonior (D) 11. Joseph Knollenberg (R) 12. Sander M. Levin (D) 13. Lynn Rivers (D) 14. John Conyers, Jr. (D) 15. Barbara Rose-Collins (O) 16. John D. Dingell (D) Governor Arne H. Cmlson (R) Population 4,387,029 St. Paul55155 SENATORS: Paul Wellstone (D) Rod Grams (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-2, 1:)-6 1. GII Gut~necht (R) 5. Martin Olav Sabo (D) 2. David Minge (D) 6. Bill Luther (D) 3. Jim Ramstad (R} 7. Collin Paterson (D) 4. Bruce F. Vento (D) 8. James L. Obarstar (D) 01995 U.S. Congress Handbook Mll T130763385
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Governor Kirk Fordice (R) Population 2,586,443 Jackson 39205 SENATORS: Thad Cochran (R) Trent Loft (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-l, D-4 1. Roger Wicker (R) 4. Mike Perker (D) 2. Bonnie Thompson (D) 5. Gene Taylor (D) 3. G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery (D) MISSOURI Governor Mel Carnahan (D) Jefferson City 65102 Population 5,137,804 Kans; City Lou|! SENATORS: Christopher (Kit) Bond (R) John Ashcroft (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-3, D-6 1. William (Bill) Clay (D) 6. 2. James Talent (R) 7. 3. Richard A. Gephardt (D) 8. 4. |ke Skelton (D) 9. 5. Karen McCarthy (D) Pat Oanner (D) Me~ Hancock (R) Bill Emer"..~n (R) Harold L. VolkJ'ner (D) M12 ©1995 U.S. Congress Handbook Governor Marc Racicot (R) Population 803,655 Helena 59620 SENATORS: Max Baucus (B) Conrad Bums (R) REPRESENTATIVES: D-1 At-Large Pet Williams (D) Governor E. Ben Nelson (O) Population 1,584,617 Lincoln 68509 SENATORS: J. James Exon (D) Robert Kerrey (D) REPRESENTATIV~ES: R-3 1. Doug Bereuter (R) 2. Jon Chdstensen (R) 3. Bill Barrett (R) Governor Robert J. Miller (D) Carson City 89710 Population 1,206,152 SENATORS: Harry Reid (D) Richard Bryan (D) REPRESENTATIVES: R-2 1. Jchn Ensign (R) 2. Barbara F. Vuc~novich (R) (~1995 U.S. Congress Handbook M13 T130763386
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Governor Stephen Merdil Population 1,113,915 Concord 03301 SENATORS: Robert C. Smith (R) Judd Gregg (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-2 1. Bill Zeliff (R) 2. Chades Bass (R) Governor Christine Todd Whitman (R) Population 7,748,634 Trenton 0B625 C~rnden SENATORS: Bill Bradley (D) Prank Lautenberg (D) REPRESENTATIVES: R-8, D-5 1. Robert Andrews 2. Frank LoSiondo (R) 3. Jim Sexton (R) 4. Christopher H. Smith (R) 5. M~rge Roukema (R) 6. Frank PaJlcne 7. Bob Fran~s (R) 8. William Ma~n| (R) 9. Robert Tordcelll (D) 10. Donald Payne (D) 11. Rodney F~'etlnghuysen 12. R~,chard Z~mmer (.R) 13. Robert Menendez (D) ~1995 U, So Congre~a H, tndbook M14 Governor Ga.,y Johnson (R) Population 1,521,779 S~nts Fa 87503 SENATORS: Pete Domentci (R) Jeff Bingaman (D) REPRESENTATIVES: R-2, D-1 1. Steven Schiff (R) 2. Joe Skean (R) 3. Bill Richardson (D) Governor George Patakl (R) Population 18,044,505 Albany 12224 Albany SENATORS: Daniel P. Moynlhan (D) A|fonse M. D'Amato (R) REPRESEHTATWES: R-14, D-17 1. Michael Forbes (R) 2. Rick Lazlo (R) 3. Peter King (R) 4. Danlel Fdsa (R) 5. Gary L. Ackerman (D) 6. Royd H. Rake (D) 7. Thomas J. Manton (D) 8. Jerrold Nadler (O) 9. Chades E. Schumer (D) 10. Eck~.phus Towns 11. Major R. Owens (D) 12. Nydla~ Velasquez: (O) 13. Susan ~inad (R) 14. Carolyn MaJoney (D) 15. Ct,.ades B. Rangel (D) 16. Jose Serrano (D) Al~a 3-18 ~ 17. Eliot Engel (D) 18. Nita Lowey (D) 19. Sue Kelly (R) 20. Benjamin A. Gil~u~ (R) 21. Michael McNulty (D) 22. Gerald Solorr~n (R) 23. Sherwood L. Boeh~ert (R) 24. John McHugh (R) 25. James Wzdsh (R) 26. Maudca Hinchey (D) 27. Bill Paxon (R) 28. Louise Slaughter (D) 29. John J. LaFalce (D) 30. Jack Quinn (R) 31. Amo~y Houghton (R) 01995 U.S. Congress Handbook M15 T!30763387
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Governor James B. Hunt, Jr. (D) Population 6,657,630 Durham SENATORS: Jesse Helms (R) I~uch Faircloth (R) REPRESE~ATIVES: R-7, ~S 1. Eve Citron (D) 7. Chides Rose (D) 2. David Funde~u~ (R) 8. W.G. (Bill) Hefner (D) 3. W~ter Jonas, Jr. (R) 9. Sue My~ck (R) 4. Fred Heinem~n (D) 10. C~s B~]enger 5. Richa~ M. Buff (R) 11. Chades Tabor (R) 6. Howard Coble (R) 12. Melvin Waft (D) Governor Edward T. Schafsr (R) Population 641,364 Blsmark 58505 SENATORS: Kent Conrad (D) Byron Dorga~ REPRESENTATIVES: D-1 At-Large Ead Pomeroy (D) M16 01995 U,S. Congress HandboOk ~ 1 Governor George V. VoInovich (R) Columbus 43215 Population 10,887,325 Toledo Cleveland SENATORS: John Glenn (D) Mike DeWine (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-13, D-6 1. Steve J. Chabot (R) 11. 2. Rob Portman (R) 12. 3. Tony P. Hall (D) 13. 4. Michael G. Oxley (R) 14. 5. Paul Gillmor (R) 15. 6. Frank Cremeans (R) 16. 7. David Hobson (R) 17, 8. John Boehnar (R) 18. 9. Marcy Kaptur (D) 19. 10o Martin Hoke (R) Louis Stokes (D) John R. Kasich (R) Sherrod Brown (D) Thomas C. Sawyer (D) Daborah P~yce (R) RaJph Ragula (R) James A. Traflcant, Jr,(D) Robert Nay (R) Stavan LaTouratte Governor Frank Keating (R) Oklahoma City 73105 Population 3,157,604 SENATORS: Don Nickles (R) James M. Inhofe (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-5, D-1 1. St~ve Largent (R) 4. J.C. Watts (R) 2. Tom Cobum (R) 5. Ernest Jim Istook (R) 3. Bill Brewster (O) 6. Frank Lucas (R) 01995 U.S. Congress Handbook M17 T!30763388
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Governor John Kitzhaber (O) Population 2,853,733 Salem 97310 SENATORS: Mark Hatfield (R) Bob Psckwood REPRESENTATIVES: R-2, D-3 1. Elizabeth Furse (D) 4. Peter A. DeFazlo (D) 2. Wes Cooley (R) 5. Jim Bunn (R) 3. Ron Wydsn (D) Governor L{ncotn Almond Population SENATORS: Claibome Poll (D) John H. C, hafee (R) REPRESENTATIVES: D-2 1. Patdck Kennedy (D) 2. Jack Reed Governor David Beasley Greenville Pm~dence 02903 Columbia 29211 Poputatlon 3,505,707 Governor Thomas Ridge Population 11,924,710 Harrisburg 17120 SENATORS: Strom Thurmond (R) Ernest Hollings (D) REPRESENTATIVES: R-4, D-2 1, Mark Sanford (R}3 4. Bob Inglis 2. Floyd Spence (R) 5. John M. Spratt, Jr. (D) 3. Undsey Graham (R) 6. James Clybum SENATORS: Aden Specter Rick Santorum (R) REPRESENTATWES: R-10, D-11 1. 12. John P. Murtha (D) 2. 13. Jon D, Fox (R) 3. 14. William Coyne 4. 15. Paul McHa]e (D) 5. 16. Robert S. Ws~ker (R) 6. 17. George W. Gekas (R) 7. 18. Mike Doyle (D) 8. 19. Wi~Iiam F. Goodling (R) 9. 20. Frank Mascara (D) 10. 21. Philip English (R) 11. M18 ©1995 U.S. Congress Harldb Thomas M. Foglietta (O) Chaka Fattah (D) Robert A. Borski (D} Ron Klink (D} Wi]}iam F. Clinger, Jr. (R) Tim Holden (D) Curt We~don (R) Jim Greenwood (R} Bud Shuster (R) Joseph McDade (R) Paul E. Kanjorski (O) Governor William Janklow (R) population 699,999 Pierre 57501 SENATORS: I.am/Pressler (R) Thort~s A. Oasch~e (D) REPRESENTATIVES: D-1 At-Large Tim Johnson (D) 01995 U.So Congrea.~ Handbool¢ M19 Tt3076338c~
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Governor Don Sundquist (R) Population 4,696,641 Nashville 37243 SENATORS: Fred Thompson (R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-5, D-4 1. James H. Quillen (R} 2. John J. Duncan, Jr. (.R} 6. 3. Zach Wamp (R) 7. 4. Van Hilleary (R) 5. Bob Clement (D) 9. Bill Fdst (R) Bert Gordon (D) Ed Bryant (R) John Tanner (D) Harold E. Ford'(D) Governor George W. Bush (R) Population 17,059,605 Austin 78711 SENATORS: Phil Gramm Kay Bailey Hutch~son'(R) REPRESENTATIVES: R-11, D-19 1. Jim Chapman (D) 2. Chados Wilson (D) 3. Sam Johnson (R) 4. RaJph M, Hail 5. John Bryant (D) 6. Joe Badon (R) 7. Bill Archer (R) 8. Jack M. Flolds (R) 9. Steve Stockman (R) 10. Lloyd Doggett (O) 11. Chet Edwards (D) 12. Pete Geren (D) 13. William Thomben7 (R) 14. Grog Laughlin (D) 15. E. (Kika) de la Garza (D) Christi 16. Rona]d D. Coleman (D) 17. Chades Stsnholm (D) 18. Sheila Jackson Lee (D) 19. Larry Combest (R) 20. Henry B. GonzaJez (D) 21. LarnarS.Smith (R) 22. Tom DeLay (R) 23. Henry Bonllla (R) 24. Madin Frost (D) 25. Ken Bantson (D) 26. Richard K. Armey (R) 27. Solomon P. O~z (D) 28. Frank Tojsda (D) 29. Gone Green (D) 30. Eddie Bernice John~son (D) M20 @1995 U.S. Congress Handbook Governor Mike Leavitt (R) Salt La~e City 84114 Population 1,727,784 SENATORS: Ordn Hatch (R) Robed Bennett REPRESENTATWES: Ro2, D-1 1. James v. Hanson (R) 2. Enid Greene Waidholtz (R) 3. William Orlon (D) Governor Howard Dean (D) Population 564,964 Montpollor 05609 SENATORS: P~tflck J. Loahy James M. Jeffords (R) REPRESENTATIVES: I-1 At-LeJ'ge Bernard Sanders @1995 U.S, Congress Handbook T130763390
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Governor George Allen (R) Poputatlon 6,216,568 Richmond 23219 SENATORS: John Warner (R) Chades Robb (D) REPRESENTATIVES: R-5, D-6 1. Herbert H. Batsman (R) 7. 2. Owen B. Pickett (D) 8. 3. Robert Scott (D) 9. 4. Norman Sisls~y (D) 10. 5. Lewis F. Payne, Jr. (D) 11. 6. Robert Goodlatte (R) Thomas Blilay, Jr. (R) Jim Moran, Jr, Rick Bouchar (D) Frank R. Wolf (R) Tom Davis (R) Governor Mike Lowry (D) Population 4,887,941 Olympia 98504 SENATORS: Sleds Gorton (R) Patty Murray (D) REPRESENTATIVES: R-7, D-2 1. RickWhite (R) 6. 2. Jack Metc~lt (R) 7. 3. Linda Smith (R) 8. 4. Richard "Doe" Hastings (R) 9. 5. George Nethercutt (R) Norman D. Dicks (D) Jim McDermott (D) Jennifer Dunn (R) Randy Tara (R) ©1995 U.So Congresa Handbook GOvernor Gaston C~perton (D) Charleston 25305 Population 1,801,625 Martlnzburg SENATORS: Robert Byrd, Jr. (D) John D. Rockefeller, IV (D) REPRESENTATIVES: D-3, 1. Alan B. Mollohan (D) 2. Robert E. Wise, Jr. (D) 3. Nick Joe Rahatl (D) Governor Tommy G. Thompson (R) Population 4,906,745 Madison 53707 SENATORS: Herbert Kohl (O] Russell Feingofd (D) REPRESENTATIVES: R-6, D-3 1. Mark Naumann (R) 6. 2. Scott Klug (R) 7. 3. Steven Gunderson (.R) 8. 4. GeraJd D. Kisczk~ (O) 9, 5. Thomas Barrett (D) I~ltweuk~ Thomas E. Petri (R) D~v~d R. Obey Toby Roth Jim Se~senbrermer (R) 01995 U.S. Congreaa Handbook M23 Ti30763391
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