Memorials to Those We Love Online… My Twitter Quest

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I started this quest on twitter to contact my old friends there, because I found two who had passed away over two years ago. I hadn’t known they passed away, because, I do not like to bother people who have unfollowed me, or who suddenly stop retweeting, or mentioning me, because I do not want them to feel threatened, put upon, or otherwise bothered by me, if I have done something to offend them or something…

After finding two that I had been quite close to, that had died, and I hadn’t known, because I didn’t want to be a bother…It broke my heart, that they may have died, thinking I did not care, or that I did not think of them, and remember the many times we had talked. It broke my heart, they may have passed, not knowing, I appreciated the short time I had gotten to know them, even though I had never met them in person, heard their voice, or seen their face. Still yet, I had gotten to know their hearts, and perhaps even more so, since I had never met them in any other context than their thoughts, and heart felt words..

It’s amazing, how close we can get to people who touch our hearts online, with their words, thoughts, and comments, made 140 characters at a time. I have found much grief, since I started this quest, a number of others have passed away. I find memorials on their twitter timelines, from their families, speaking about how those who died, had, had cancer, or some other disease that my twitter friends never spoke of, you never heard them complain, or speak of their conditions. They had gotten into twitter, and / or facebook because it helped take their minds off their pain, or sickness, talking to others, and socializing online, when they were too sick, or in too much pain, to get out among the public and mingle…I cannot bring myself to unfollow their inactive accounts. It somehow seems sacred, and a tribute to their having been. There is @STXherry whose account has been deleted, @14Kathi, @JimmyMcIver, @marknelza, @MsJeffDesigns, @PolarCoug, Bossy Monica aka @MrsDarcy119

Another who I did not know personally was pointed out to me by BOSSY Erin Cruz aka @WAGNERGIRLE is Jeff Hedgpeth aka @AlinskyDefeater God bless & Jesus keep him and his family also always…

Who knows how many others I haven’t reached yet. I will always follow them with my account, just as I will follow them some day, in death…God bless and Jesus keep them, and their families always… For the memories of those mentioned here see the end of this piece…

I know this, because I suffer from chronic back pain, from it being broken when I was a teenager, and me not finding out until I was in my 30’s, after it had so messed up the nerves in my spine. So that it was even painful, to be touched physically by others in any way. I was virtually unable to do anything, other than stand for short periods, sit for a little longer, or lay down flat on my back most of the time. It has gotten much better, since I started trusting only, and completely in the Lord to help me with it, and depending on Him to heal me of it.

I haven’t been completely healed, but it has become much more bearable, and I am able to get a decent nights sleep now. I don’t speak of it online, most do not know of this, none know how bad it is, or how bad it has been. I, like others, I have known, do not like to complain, we’d rather think of others, and try to help them with their pain, sickness, etc. They, like I, do not want sympathy, they want to be treated like everyone else, they want to love, laugh, and enjoy the life they have left. They do not want to waste it, thanking people for their sympathy, etc. They want to enjoy it, by thanking people for their friendship, the good times they enjoy, the conversations that make them, think not of themselves, but of others, and the enjoyments of life, the Lord, and His creation..

Perhaps, now, as I speak of this, I am now learning another reason, the Lord has allowed me to suffer in this condition I have dealt with most of my life, so that I could now write of it, and help others understand, what I understand, about others in my place, or their loved ones, who enjoy the time they have online with friends, friends who they have never seen, never heard their voice, nor ever seen their face, yet greater still, they have felt their hearts, touched their souls, and understood their spirits, as most people never get the chance too. This is what God gives to those, whose suffering, takes their minds elsewhere, instead of dwelling on themselves….

I am also, now able to help my dad, which means more to me than I can put into words, I love and respect my dad more than anyone else in this world. I really hadn’t expected a lot, or asked for a lot from the Lord, as far as helping me, just that I am able to bless, and help others. At least until I got married, and now, it is still more for her, than for me. She deserves nice things, and I need to be able to provide them, and to take care of her, my son, and the children. and grandchildren she brought with her into our marriage.

The Lord is good, He has helped me greatly since we got married. and I am able to do a lot more than I used to be able too. My faith is great, his work is greater, and I will get ever better with God’s grace and help.

I have shed many tears, and dealt with much grief for others, since beginning this quest, and perhaps this piece I am writing now, is where the Lord wanted it to take me. I know He guides each of my steps, my heart is His, and His love dwells there. I do not always let that love out, because far too many times still, I let myself get in the way, and fail to let Him flow through me.

I hope this gives some comfort to the many families, and people who have had to deal with the grief of losing their family members to some disease, or a sudden death, who have left a memorial to their loved ones on Facebook, Twitter, or some other social media site. Know that your family members experienced much more than you know, with their adventures online, socializing with others. Your loved ones were touched to their very core by the friends they made here, and those friendships, helped them greatly to face what they dealt with, that took them away from us, far too early, but made their time here much more pleasant and bearable, as they made their way over the horizon, that we someday will also find in the distance… They were touched, and they touched many others, their work here was complete..Know they enjoyed it greatly…

God bless and Jesus keep you and yours always, and know you are always thought of, and remembered with each breath we take….

Those mentioned before in our twitter family who have left the scene before us…We loved them all dearly and know we will meet them again, when once we follow our Savior home, as they also did…

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First STXherry, Sherry from Tx who we all grew to love…How poignant one of the tweets came from, and another mentions one of the others I named above…Jimmy McIver; who as I said, was not thinking of his own condition, his only thought was of Sherry’s…
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Sherry’s last tweet said much the same as many of us on twitter use, it wasn’t a goodbye, it was simple, often we know not when we will return to get back to people who mention us, we simply know that sometime we will. Her last tweet was such….

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Next we have #14Kathi a transplant to Ft Smith Arkansas from California, having family there and elsewhere in Ark. where my dad was born and raised I got to know Kathi and her younger sister @OttoDeb i.e. Deborah well.

Kathi’s last tweet was a Retweet of Jonah Goldberg’s Column 14 Mar 2014The Millennials get what they asked for.”

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Next there is Jimmy McIver, all I can say is… one of the best…A note from his granddaughters and another picture:
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Next we have Mark Nel from South Africa; his loving wife put a touching memorial and tribute to him here…

Then we have Ms. Jeff who always got a kick out of surprising those on twitter with her name..
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Her son informed us on Jan, 14th of her passing on Jan. 4th 2014

“This is Ms. Jeff’s Son Justin, sorry to say my Mom Passed away January 4th. She went in peace and the family was there with her. I know my Mom loved her Twitter family, so I thought I would let you know she passed.” Her last tweet was posted June 16, 2013 it was typical of our good friends on twitter….”Happy Father’s Day to all my twitter Family Fathers. I hope your day was awesome. Good night hugs and Blessings to all. Sweet dreams.

Last but not least we have PolarCoug

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Who proclaims in his profile “I’m a cool conservative penguin. If you’re looking for a liberal penguin go find another iceberg.”

The last tweet on his account comes from his daughter who set up a gofundme account Dec 28, 2014 for donations to help with funeral costs….She explains there: “On Christmas Eve morning, PolarCoug was gloriously and joyously reunited with his mother and father, and was welcomed into Paradise with the embrace of our Savior. His passing was sudden and unexpected. And while our hearts are breaking, we also take comfort in knowing that he is finally free from the debilitating pain he had been experiencing for the past 7 years. While we will miss him terribly, I look forward to the day when our family is once again together – families are forever.

Due to his unexpected passing, we were financially unprepared for the costs associated with funeral arrangements. We are seeking donations to help cover these costs. Any assistance would be forever appreciated.”

Then we have Bossy Monica She added Bossy in front of her name as many of our friends did after some leftist so-called feminist complained about men calling female bosses “Bossy” Thereby making fun of those “feminists” in America who have nothing better to do than complain about things that matter little when all things are counted and life is done…God bless & Jesus keep her and her family always. Her family put a very poignant obituary and tribute to her and her twitter followers here…

So many good ones, we know such a short time, who make such a great impact on our lives. To be remembered is a thing I think we all desire in the end…that is what matters…

As I said I did not know Jeff Hedgpeth personally so I cannot say anything about him as a person..perhaps some of you who did could send me some comments I could make a compilation of to add here to his memory…

If I find anymore of our twitter friends and family gone on before us while I am on this quest….I will add them as I find them….

 

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To the Doctors, Nurses and Healthcare Professionals We Thank You!

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I am duty bound to acknowledge the people of the healthcare profession who everyday do the Lord’s work in saving and / or extending life. I recently experienced some trouble myself that put me in ICU at Hillcrest South Hospital.  I use a nebulizer and the medicine I was given was not effective, I used it to the point of causing myself respiratory failure, because instead of helping me it made it worse. My wife tried to get me to go to the emergency room, me being a man, of course I refused. She then called my father, who she knew if I listened to anyone it would be him. He didn’t ask me to go, he just called the ambulance and told me I was going. Actually the way it went is he told me I needed to go to the hospital. I told him I would, he told me he knew I would because he’d already called the ambulance.

The hospital in the small town I live outside of had no ICU so the doctors (Prytkov & McMasters) at the emergency room started calling hospitals to find an ICU that could take me. Meanwhile they had put me on a ventilator using a mask. I kept removing the mask, after tying it and doing various other things to keep me from removing it, the doctor decided to put me in a medical coma so they could continue trying to help me. I was completely out of it, I knew nothing of what was going on. The ambulance in this small town also did not have a ventilator, I would say all part of the rationing taking place since the democrats passed Obamacare. They therefore called another ambulance service to transport me to Tulsa.

The doctors initially thought I had pneumonia, when they got me to Tulsa they put me on the ventilator where they put the tube down into my lungs and also put me on a feeding tube. I am told they could see my body was fighting the ventilator still although I was in the medical coma. One of the ICU nurses (Tyson) then asked in they could paralyze me so my body would quit fighting the help they were trying to give me. The doctor ok’d the procedure so they used the same drug they use in lethal injection (or so I am told) Mydazolam, pretty amazing what doctors can do these days.

There are many health professionals I need to thank at Hillcrest Cushing and Hillcrest South. To name a few I want to thank Doctors Jerome, Worley and Regan Vaughan who each played a key role in my recovery. I also want to thank the many nurses including Melissa, Tyson, Brett, Marcus, Todd, Veronica, Mike and many others, the respiratory therapists, the many who drew blood including the one who told me she is called the vampire cause she could draw blood on anyone, and who thereafter when she would come I would ask her is she was feeling hungry again. The sweet little housekeeper who told me bless you each time she came in an left. I also want to thank the night nurse Debbie who I, my wife and mother had a number of Bible discussions with.  Mike, David, Todd, and the many others who gave me breathing treatments.

I must say as many of them would probably attest I am not the best patient to try to help, and I am certainly not the most gracious when it comes to hospital food. I do thank you all though for putting up with me and helping me when I was unable to help myself. For the countless hours you in the healthcare profession spend caring for those like me! We thank you all for your selfless giving, time and attention, you would truly have to be called of the Lord to do a profession where there is little recognition and even littler thanks for all you do. I also must not forget to thank the case management people who worked tirelessly to help me get the things I needed so I could attend church on Easter Sunday which happens to be my spiritual birthday and which I needed more than anything else at the time.

Again thank you all at Hillcrest South and Hillcrest hospitals who do such good work and care so much for the people put in your care. God bless and Jesus keep you all, always!

Sincerely,

Captain James Davis

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I And My Father Are One; As the Father knoweth me, even so know I the Father

My Father and I are One

“I and my Father are One”

I spent a bit of time this last week having some Bible discussions in the hospital, one particular case was where I was talking to an RN and she talked about the Trinity and how she believes the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost are all Three the same being, or entity. This always amazed me the Trinity people vs the Oneness people because they essentially believe the same, yet according to most of them, they would argue they believe the opposite. Now whether you believe all three are one or whether you believe one is all three, the arguments are cutting the hairs pretty thinly.

The way I believe and most people I’ve ever been in church with believe the simple truth with Jesus himself admonished people not to get away from the simplicity that is in Christ Jesus. The Bible plainly says there are two in the Godhead. God the Father and Christ Jesus the Son. The Holy Ghost is the Life, Spirit and Love of the Father that Christ Jesus must baptize everyone with for them to be born-again. Born-again, given a new life, given a new spirit and thereby given a new love that comes from the Father, through the Son. No one cometh to the Father, but by me.

The Bible plainly says: God is the head of Christ, Christ is the head of man, and man is the head of the woman. Putting aside mane being the head of the woman for the point of this piece I am writing. God i.e. the Father, being the head of Christ Jesus the Son. Christ Jesus the Son being the head of man. That puts two in the Godhead, not three, man is not a god, nor is man the Prince of Peace, nor is man the Everlasting Father, Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God!

In another example it talks of the woman following the man as the man follows Christ Jesus’ example, words, etc. When it talks of I and my Father being “One”, that is speaking of heart, mind, ability, nature, spirit, love, work, etc.

For example; My mother and father have two children, my brother and I. My brother, he has mainly the characteristics of our mother, they do not take anything from anyone, and will jump right back at anyone who dares cross them or those they care for. I on the other hand have more of the characteristics of our father, we are more forgiving, laid back and yielding. My father has done HVAC work practically his whole life, he had a large HVAC business in the Tulsa / Broken Arrow area for many years. Our parents because of the distance from where we live, mom being secretary / bookkeeper of the business for dad, took my brother and I out of public school when I, myself was twelve years old. My brother and I went to work part time for dad and they enrolled us in homeschool so that we could  also do our studies and fulfill their obligations to educate us.

My brother disliked HVAC immensely and eventually he parted ways with the business and finally found his calling as a heavy equipment operator and quarry man.

Personally, I loved working for my father, and I have spent most of my life doing the same work as he. This is not the only area though where “I and my Father are One” You watch our actions in Church for instance, the way we move, clap, and countless other things, the sound of our voices as we sing, you can easily mistake my voice for his. Again; “I and my Father are One” There are many other character traits, actions, words, ideals, the way we see various and numerous things, issues, etc. Again; “I and my Father are One”

You get to know the times and various other things concerning our sleeping habits. Again; “I and my Father are One”

You get to know our wives, even our wives are one like the other in countless ways. Again; “I and my Father are one”  You get to know us by our demeanor, our silences, our utterings, our attentions. Again; “I and my Father are One”. You look even at the type of television shows, sports, etc. we watch. Again; “I and my Father are One”

No, my Father and I are not the same person, nor are we exactly alike in every aspect of our thinking, hearts, minds, lives. There are many small, insignificant and minor differences between my Father and I. However, in every point that counts, that goes to make up a mans character, sense of duty, motivations that drive us, our passions, etc. Yes! I and my Father are indeed “One”!

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Iran: How Obama Stopped Worrying About Nuclear Proliferation and Started Loving the Bomb

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Most of the following I tweeted this morning out to the twitter accounts listed below, one tweet at a time. Here I put it all together for posterities sake!

NOTE TO POLITICIANS: . ,

is NOT Augustus, the USA is NOT Rome, and We are not in decline, No Matter How Much You All Wish It!

The Fight Left in We The People Will Outlast You ALL! We Will Remain Long After You & Yours Are Dead and Buried! We The People Do, and Will Remain, and Stopping US For You, Would Be Like Trying To Stop A Freight Train With A Hot Wheels Roadster!

No Matter the Deals You All Make With Our Enemies Against We The People! No Matter The Deals You Make With Each Other Against The Best Interests of the Republic! We The People Remain AND WILL Remain Long After You And Your Posterity Are Gone!!

And Sure! We Can Go All Nuclear War With Iran and The West in 10 Years Time, or even 15-20 as John Kerry who served in Vietnam tried to extend the time frame after his boss Obama, mistakenly let the proverbial cat out of the bag and informed NPR, yes he planned and was planning on Iran growing exponentially the nuclear arsenal in the Middle East, beginning with the nuttiest group yet to obtain nuclear weapons through Obama’s foolishness, the Iranian Mullahs. And Yes, Obama and Kerry were lying about the content of the deal he and Obama made with the Iranians, just as Iran’s supreme leader [sic] said they were, yes the “supreme leader” [sic] did say the American’s, and yes, sadly Obama and Kerry belong to said group. However Obama and Kerry are as far from being true Americans as the east is from the west and one side of the universe from the other. The distance between Obama, Kerry and their team in the Whitehouse from the true red-blooded American patriots could not be greater. So Yes! Let’s Go Ahead and Separate Out The Wheat from the Tares! I’ve been looking forward to that for quite some time.

And I Got NEWS For You You Will Not Be Among The Wheat!!

It Is Simple Really, Ask Yourselves Are We Feeling Lucky Today? How You Want It?

The ONLY Working Partisanship In Washington DC is the Political Class, Against We The People Class!

No! Don’t Think We Are Being Fooled By You Barrack Who-Is-Insane Obama, John Ball-Less Boehner, and Mitch Michelle-my-belle McConnell!

You! Are! All! Ball-Less! Bastards! Selling Out Your Country and People, Where’s Your Thirty Pieces?

Had Enough Yet? No? Good…I Am Just Getting Started!!

The Only One NOT Selling Out His People….Is Still a Bastard In Every Sense of The Word, Literally and Figurative! Barack Obama, he’s Standing With His People, Just As He Said He Would, Muslim Bastard!

All of you at Fox News and the Moderate RINO Wing of the Republican Party, or perhaps we should just Finally state the truth and call you all historical democrats, that is since you let the Marxist, Communist, Nazi, Fascist, Socialists take over the democrat party.

Then again we could just narrow it down even further and just call you all as well as the current makeup of the democrat party, leftwing enemies of America, her cause and her right! Because that is what you all are, whether you call yourselves democrats, moderate republicans, Marxist, followers of reasonableness however you want to call yourselves.

The fact remains your still enemies of America and the cause of Liberty! So if you all don’t want to finally come clean and tell it like it is, that you all wish to take us down the same path to serfdom, only difference being is how fast you wish to take US there!

You all should own it, love it, and live by it because you can’t hide anymore,  your current dumb ass administration has blown all your cover! Own it! Live it! Love it!

We the People are coming for you!

Sincerely,
Captain James Davis

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Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers: Letter “A”

oldenglishA“He That Lays Down Precepts For Governing Our Lives, And Moderating Our Passions, Obliges Humanity Not Only In The Present, But In All Future Generations.” ~ Seneca

“If You Would Be Pungent, Be Brief; For It Is With Words As With Sunbeams —The More They Are Condensed, The Deeper They Burn.” ~Southey.

The superior man acquaints himself with many sayings of antiquity and many deeds of the past, in order to strengthen his character thereby. ~ John Milton

BURNING WORDS OF BRILLIANT WRITERS; A Cyclopedia Of Quotations From The Literature Of All Ages designed for the use of the Senate, the Bar, the Pulpit, and the Orator. For the complete book of quotes go here.

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ABILITY.

Ability involves responsibility. Power to its last particle is duty. — Alexander Maclaren.

Man is not altogether an imbecile. True, “circumstances do make the man.” But they make him only in the sense and degree that he permits them to make him. — G. D. Boardman.

What we do upon a great occasion will probably depend upon what we already are; what we are will be the result of previous years of self-discipline, under the grace of Christ or the absence of it. — H. P. LiDDON.

ACCOUNTABILITY.

Moral conduct includes everything in which men are active and for which they are accountable. They are active in their desires, their affections, their designs, their intentions, and in everything they say and do of choice; and for all these things they are accountable to God. — Emmons.

When illusions are over, when the distractions of sense, the vagaries of fancy, and the tumults of passion have dissolved even before the body is cold, which once they so thronged and agitated, the soul merges into intellect, intellect into conscience, conscience into the unbroken, awful solitude of its own personal accountability; and though the inhabitants of the universe were within the spirit’s ken, this personal accountability is as strictly alone and unshared, as if no being were throughout immensity but the spirit and its God. — Henry Giles.

ACTION.

The end of man is an action, and not a thought, though it were the noblest. — Thomas Carlyle.

Existence was given us for action, rather than indolent and aimless contemplation; our worth is determined by the good deeds we do, rather than by the fine emotions we feel. They greatly mistake, who suppose that God cares for no other pursuit than devotion. — E. L. Magoon.

Christian life is action: not a speculating, not a debating, but a doing. One thing, and only one, in this world has eternity stamped upon it. Feelings pass; resolves and thoughts pass; opinions change. What you have done lasts — lasts in you. Through ages, through eternity, what you have done for Christ, that, and only that, you are. — F. W. Robertson.

It is well to think well; it is divine to act well. — Horace Mann.

Man, being essentially active, must find in activity his joy, as well as his beauty and glory; and labor, like every thing else that is good, is its own reward. — Bishop Whipple.

Tempests may shake our dwellings and dissipate our commerce, but they scourge before them the lazy elements, which otherwise would stagnate into pestilence.

Be thy best thoughts to work divine addressed;
Do something,— do it soon — with all thy might;
An angel’s wing would droop if long at rest,
And God Himself inactive were no longer blessed.  — Carlos Wilcox.

When I read the life of such a man as Paul, how I blush to think how sickly and dwarfed Christianity is at the present time, and how many hundreds there are who never think of working for the Son of God and honoring Christ.  — D. L. Moody.

I have lived to know that the secret of happiness is never to allow your energies to stagnate. — Adam Clarke.

I have never heard anything about the resolutions of the disciples, but a great deal about the Acts of the Apostles. — Horace Mann.

The life of man is made up of action and endurance; and life is fruitful in the ratio in which it is laid out in noble action or in patient perseverance. — H. P. Liddon.

Act well at the moment, and you have performed a good action to all eternity. — Lavater.

Look around you, and you will behold the universe full of active powers. Action is, so to speak, the genius of nature. By motion and exertion, the system of being is preserved in vigor. By its different parts always acting in subordination one to another, the perfection of the whole is carried on. The heavenly bodies perpetually revolve. Day and night incessantly repeat their appointed course. Continual operations are going on in the earth and in the waters. Nothing stands still. All is alive and stirring throughout the universe. In the midst of this animated and busy scene, is man alone to remain idle in his place? Belongs it to him to be the sole inactive and slothful being in the creation, when in so many various ways he might improve his own nature; might advance the glory of the God who made him; and contribute his part in the general good? — Blair.

Activity in the kingdom of God augments the power of spiritual life, and deepens the consciousness of religious realities. — William Adams.

The history of the Church of Christ from the days of the Apostles has been a history of spiritual movements. — H. P. Liddon.

It is much easier to settle a point than to act on it. — Richard Cecil.

Unselfish and noble acts are the most radiant epochs in the biography of souls. — David Thomas.

Haste thee on from grace to glory,
Armed by faith and winged by prayer,
Heaven’s eternal day’s before thee;
God’s own hand shall guide thee there. — H. F. Lyte.

I do not say the mind gets informed by action,— bodily action; but it does get earnestness and strength by it, and that nameless something that gives a man the mastership of his faculties. — Wm. Mountford.

The essential elements of giving are power and love — activity and affection — and the consciousness of the race testifies that in the high and appropriate exercise of these is a blessedness greater than any other. — Mark Hopkins.

All mental discipline and symmetrical growth are from activity of the mind under the yoke of the will or personal power. — Mark Hopkins.

Napoleon was the most effective man in modern times — some will say of all times. The secret of his character was, that while his plans were more vast, more various, and, of course, more difficult than those of other men, he had the talent at the same time, to fill them up with perfect promptness and precision, in every particular of execution. — Horace Bushnell.

Time is short, your obligations are infinite. Are your houses regulated, your children instructed, the afflicted relieved, the poor visited, the work of piety accomplished? — Massillon.

Let us remember that Elijah’s God was with him only while he was occupied in noble and effectual services. When thus engaged, he exulted in the conscious majesty of a life which had upon it the stamp and signature of Divine power. — Richard Fuller.

It is no use for one to stand in the shade and complain that the sun does not shine upon him. He must come out resolutely on the hot and dusty field where all are compelled to antagonize with stubborn difficulties, and pertinaciously strive until he conquers, if he would deserve to be crowned. — E. L. Magoon.

The fact is that in order to do any thing in this world worth doing, we must not stand shivering on the bank thinking of the cold and the danger, but jump in and scramble through as well as we can. — Sydney Smith.

What is done is done; has already blended itself with the boundless, ever living, ever working universe, and will also work there for good or evil, openly or secretly, throughout all time. — Thomas Carlyle.

Consider and act with reference to the true ends of existence. This world is but the vestibule of an immortal life. Every action of our lives touches on some chord that will vibrate in eternity. — E. H. Chapin.

Our actions must clothe us with an immortality loathsome or glorious. —C. C. Colton.

Accuse not Nature, she hath done her part; do thou but thine. — Milton.

ADOPTION.

Adoption is an act of God’s free grace, whereby we are received into the number, and have a right to all the privileges, of the sons of God. — Westminster Catechism.

We need a spirit of adoption to take us out of the foundling hospital of the world, and to put us into the celestial family. — G. D. Boardman.

Faith unites us to Christ, and acquiesces in the redemption purchased by Him as the meritorious cause of our adoption. — Fisher’s Catechism.

ADVERSITY.

God kills thy comforts from no other design but to kill thy corruptions; wants are ordained to kill wantonness, poverty is appointed to kill pride, reproaches are permitted to destroy ambition. — John Flavel.

Adversity borrows its sharpest sting from impatience. — Bishop Horne.

In the day of prosperity we have many refuges to resort to; in the day of adversity, only one. — Horatius Bonar.

How full of briers is this working-day world! — Shakspeare.

For one man who can stand prosperity, there are a hundred that will stand adversity. — Thomas Carlyle.

AFFLICTION.

Afflictions are but the shadow of God’s wings. — Geo. Macdonald.

Human character is never found “to enter into its glory,” except through the ordeal of affliction. Its force cannot come forth without the offer of resistance, nor can the grandeur of its free will declare itself, except in the battle of fierce temptation. — James Martineau.

Affliction is the school in which great virtues are acquired, in which great characters are formed. — Hannah More.

The damps of autumn sink into the leaves and prepare them for the necessity of their fall; and thus insensibly are we, as years close around us, detached from our tenacity of life by the gentle pressure of recorded sorrow. — W. S. Landor.

God sometimes washes the eyes of His children with tears in order that they may read aright His providence and His commandments. — T. L. Cuyler.

Be still, sad heart, and cease repining,
Behind the clouds the sun is shining;
Thy fate is the common fate of all;
Into each life some rain must fall,—
Some days must be dark and dreary.
— Longfellow.

Extraordinary afflictions are not always the punishment of extraordinary sins, but sometimes the trial of extraordinary graces. — Matthew Henry.

Affliction of itself does not sanctify any body, but the reverse. I believe in sanctified afflictions, but not in sanctifying afflictions. — C. H. Spurgeon.

Heaven gives us friends to bless the present scene;
Resumes them, to prepare us for the next.  —Young.

Afflictions are but as a dark entry into our Father’s house. — Thomas Brooks.

Most of the grand truths of God have to be learned by trouble; they must be burned into us by the hot iron of affliction, otherwise we shall not truly receive them. —C. H. Spurgeon.

What seem to us but dim funereal tapers may be heaven’s distant lamps. — Longfellow.

Every man will have his own criterion in forming his judgment of others. I depend very much on the effect of affliction. I consider how a man comes out of the furnace; gold will lie for a month in the furnace without losing a grain. — Richard Cecil.

The Lord gets His best soldiers out of the highlands of affliction. — C. H. Spurgeon.

Night brings out stars as sorrow shows us truths. — P. J. Bailey.

If you would not have affliction visit you twice, listen at once, and attentively, to what it teaches. — Burgh.

Grace will ever speak for itself and be fruitful in well-doing; the sanctified cross is a fruitful tree. — Rutherford.

We should be more anxious that our afflictions should benefit us than that they should be speedly removed from us. — Robert Hall.

Seek holiness rather than consolation. — John Owen.

It is the best thing for a stricken heart to be helping others. . — A. H. K.

The cup which my Saviour giveth me, can it be anything but a cup of salvation? — Alexander Maclaren.

The truly great and good, in affliction, bear a countenance more princely than they are wont; for it is the temper of the highest hearts, like the palm tree, to strive most upward when they are most burdened. — Sir Philip Sidney.

What He tells thee in the darkness,
Weary watcher for the day,
Grateful lip and heart should utter
When the shadows flee away.
— F. R. Havergal.

As sure as God ever puts His children into the furnace, He will be in the furnace with them. — C. H. Spurgeon.

The truest help we can render an afflicted man is not to take his burden from him, but to call out his best strength, that he may be able to bear the burden. — Phillips Brooks.

Oh, when we are journeying through the murky night and the dark woods of affliction and sorrow, it is something to find here and there a spray broken, or a leafy stem bent down with the tread of His foot and the brush of His hand as He passed; and to remember that the path He trod He has hallowed, and thus to find lingering fragrance and hidden strength in the remembrance of Him as “in all points tempted like as we are,” bearing grief for us, bearing grief with us, bearing grief like us. — Alexander Maclaren.

Christ leads me through no darker rooms
Than He went through before.  — Richard Baxter.

However bitter the cup we have to drink, we are sure it contains nothing unnecessary or unkind; and we should take it from His hand with as much meekness as we accept of eternal life with thankfulness. — William Goodell.

In the dark and cloudy day,
When earth’s riches flee away,
And the last hope will not stay,
Saviour, comfort me.

AMBITION.

Ambition is the way in which a vulgar man aspires. — H. W. Beecher.

Virtue is choked with foul ambition. — Shakspeare.

Ambition is a gilded misery, a secret poison, a hidden plague, the engineer of deceit, the mother of hypocrisy, the parent of envy, the original of vices, the moth of holiness, the blinder of hearts, turning medicines into maladies, and remedies into diseases. — Thomas Brooks.

Ambition is but avarice on stilts. – W. S. Landor.

AMUSEMENT.

Amusements are to religion like breezes of air to the flame; gentle ones will fan it, but strong ones will put it out. — David Thomas.

Any pleasure which takes and keeps the heart from God is sinful, and unless forsaken, will be fatal to the soul. — Richard Fuller.

People should be guarded against temptation to unlawful pleasures by furnishing them the means of innocent ones. In every community there must be pleasures, relaxations, and means of agreeable excitement; and if innocent are not furnished, resort will be had to criminal. Man was made to enjoy as well as labor; and the state of society should be adapted to this principle of human nature. — W. E. Channing.

Recreation is not the highest kind of enjoyment; but in its time and place it is quite as proper as prayer. — S. Irenjeus Prime

Whatever we do to please ourselves, and only for the sake of the pleasure, not for an ultimate object, is “play,” the “pleasing thing,” not the useful thing. The first of all English games is making money. That is an all-absorbing game; and we knock each other down oftener in playing at that than at football, or any other rougher sport; and it is absolutely without purpose; no one who engages heartily in that game ever knows why. Ask a great money-maker what he wants to do with his money — he never knows. He doesn’t make it to do any thing with it. He gets it only that he may get it. “What will you make of what you have got’ ” you ask, “Well, I’ll get more,” he says. Just as at cricket you get more runs. There is no use in the runs; but to get more of them than other people is the game. And there is no use in the money; but to have more of it than other people is the game. —C. H. Spurgeon.

ANGER.

An unsanctified temper is a fruitful source of error, and a mighty impediment to truth. — E. L. Magoon.

He submits himself to be seen through a microscope, who suffers himself to be caught in a fit of passion. — Lavater.

Our passions are like convulsion fits, which make us stronger for the time, but leave us weaker forever after. — Dean Swift.

If anger proceeds from a great cause, it turns to fury; if from a small cause, it is peevishness; and so is always either terrible or ridiculous. — Jeremy Taylor.

The proud man hath no God; the envious man hath no neighbor; the angry man hath not himself. — Bishop Hall.

There was a man here last night — you needn’t be afraid that I shall mention his name — who said that his will was given up to God, and who got mad because the omnibus was full, and he had to walk a mile to his lodgings. — D. L. Moody.

When I had twice or thrice made a resolute resistance to anger, the like befell me that did the Thebans; who, having once foiled the Lacedemonians, never after lost so much as one battle which they fought against them. — Plutarch.

The sun should not set upon our anger, neither should he rise upon our confidence. — C. C. COLTON.

APOSTASY.

The kiss of the apostate was the most bitter earthly ingredient in the agonies which Christ endured. — E. L. Magoon.

Still in the garden shadows art Thou pleading,
Staining the night dews with Thine agony;
But one is there Thy woe and prayer unheeding,
And to their guileless prey Thy murderers leading,
Lord, is it I?  — George Huntingdon.

O God, the Father, of heaven, have mercy upon us miserable sinners.

ASPIRATION.

“Lord, is it I?” Thou knowest my temptations,
My spirit willing, though my flesh is weak;
My earnest striving, and my often failing;
Sinning, repenting, still Thy grace I seek.

O God, Thou art my God; early will I seek Thee; my soul thirsteth for Thee; my flesh longeth for Thee in a dry and thirsty land, where no water is. — Psalms.

There is not a heart but has its moments of longing,— yearning for something better, nobler, holier than it knows now. — H. W. Beecher.

Aspiration, worthy ambition, desires for higher good for good ends — all these indicate a soul that recognizes the beckoning hand of the good Father who would call us homeward towards Himself — all these are the ground and justification for a Christian discontent; but a murmuring, questioning, fault-finding spirit has direct and sympathetic alliance with nothing but the infernal. — J. G. Holland.

In truth, there is no religion, no worship in our prosperity and ease. So far as we are happy, we are in a state of satisfied desire; so far as we are religious, we are in a state of aspiration and unsatisfied desire. — James Martineau.

Father! forgive the heart that clings
Thus trembling to the things of time,
And bid my soul, on angel’s wings
Ascend into a purer clime.
— Jane Roscoe.

ASSURANCE.

Assurance of hope is more than life. It is health, strength, power, vigor, activity, energy, manliness, beauty. — J. C. Ryle.

True assurance makes a man more humble and self-denied but presumptuous confidence puffs up with spiritual pride and self-conceit; the one excites to the practice of every commanded duty, but the other encourages sloth and indolence. — Fisher’s Catechism.

You have a valuable house or farm. It is suggested that the title is not good. You employ counsel. You have the deeds examined. You search the records for mortgages, judgments and liens. You are not satisfied until you have a certificate, signed by the great seal of the State, assuring you that the title is good. Yet how many leave their title to heaven an undecided matter! Why do you not go to the records and find it? Give yourself no rest day or night until you can read your title clear to mansions in the skies.” —T. Dewitt Talmage.

The more the soul is conformed to Christ, the more confident it will be of its interest in Christ. — Thomas Brooks.

The best assurance any one can have of his interest in God, is doubtless the conformity of his soul to Him. When our heart is once turned into a conformity with the mind of God, when we feel our will conformed to His will, we shall then presently perceive a spirit of adoption within ourselves, teaching us to say, “Abba, Father.” — Cudworth.

If you would have clear and irrefragable for a perpetual joy, a glory and a defense, the unwavering confidence, “I am Thy child,” go to God’s throne, and lie down at the foot of it, and let the first thought be, ” My Father in heaven; ” and that will brighten, that will establish, that will make omnipotent in your life, the witness of the Spirit that you are the child of God. — Alexander Maclaren.

One of those poor fellows that had become a Christian was badgered by his companions; and one of them said, “How do you know that Jesus Christ has forgiven your sins?” The man turned at once and said, ” How do you know when you have got sugar in your tea?” — John B. Gough.

Every one of us may know what is the ruling purpose of his life; and he who knows that his ruling purpose is to trust and follow Christ knows that he is a Christian. — W. Gladden.

“Compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses.” let us with firm and cheerful trust endure all trials, discharge all duties, accept all sacrifices, fulfill the law of universal and impartial love, and adopt as our own that cause of truth, righteousness, humanity, liberty, and holiness,— which being the cause of the All-Good, cannot but triumph over all powers of evil. Let us rise into blest assurance that everywhere and forever we are enfolded, penetrated, guarded, guided, kept by the power of the Father and Friend, who can never forsake us; and that all spirits who have begun to seek, know, love, and serve the All-Perfect One on earth shall be reunited in a celestial home, and be welcomed together into the freedom of the universe, and the perpetual light of His presence.  —W. E. Channing.

There are believers who by God’s grace, have climbed the mountains of full assurance and near communion, their place is with the eagle in his eyrie, high aloft; they are like the strong mountaineer, who has trodden the virgin snow, who has breathed the fresh, free air of the Alpine regions, and therefore his sinews are braced, and his limbs are vigorous; these are they who do great exploits, being mighty men, men of renown. — C. H. Spurgeon.

If you have not the faith of assurance, practice at least the faith of adherence. That,at least, is in your power. Cleave to God exactly as if you were certain of being accepted of Him at last; and thus fulfilling His own conditions, you will be accepted of Him, whether you are assured of it beforehand or not.  — Jacques Bonneval.

ATHEISM.

The thing formed says that nothing formed it; and that which is made is, while that which made it is not! The folly is infinite. — Jeremy Taylor.

That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy. — Dean Swift.

A little philosophy inclineth man’s mind to atheism, but depth in philosophy bringeth men’s minds about to religion. — Francis Bacon.

Atheism is rather in the life than in the heart of man. — Francis Bacon.

Atheism can benefit no class of people; neither the unfortunate, whom it bereaves of hope, nor the prosperous, whose joys it renders insipid, nor the soldier, of whom it makes a coward, nor the woman whose beauty and sensibility it mars, nor the mother,who has a son to lose, nor the rulers of men, who have no surer pledge of the fidelity of their subjects than religion. —François-René de Chateaubriand.

Ingersoll’s atheism can never become an institution; it can never be more than a destitution. — Robert Collyer.

They that deny a God destroy man’s nobility, for certainly man is of kin to the beasts by his body; and if he be not of kin to God by his spirit, he is a base and ignoble creature. — Francis Bacon.

No one is so much alone in the universe as a denier of God. With an orphaned heart, which has lost the greatest of fathers, he stands mourning by the immeasurable corpse of nature, no longer moved and sustained by the Spirit of the universe. — Jean Paul Richter.

Religion assures us that our afflictions shall have an end; she comforts us, she dries our tears, she promises us another life. On the contrary, in the abominable worship of atheism, human woes are the incense, death is the priest, a coffin the altar, and annihilation the Deity. — François-René de Chateaubriand.

Nothing enlarges the gulf of atheism more than the wide passage that lies between the faith and lives of men pretending to teach Christianity. — Stillingfleet.

I want you to have courage to declare yourself to be an atheist, or to serve your god with all your might and power in perfect consecration, whatever or whoever that god may be — whether it be the crocodile of the Nile or our Jehovah, “God over all blessed for evermore.” — Charles F. Deems.

Practically every man is an atheist, who lives without God in the world. — Guesses At Truth.

AVARICE.

It is impossible to conceive any contrast more entire and absolute than that which exists between a heart glowing with love to God, and a heart in which the love of money has cashiered all sense of God — His love, His presence, His glory; and which is no sooner relieved from the mockery of a tedious round of religious formalism, than it reverts to the sanctuaries where its wealth is invested, with an intenseness of homage surpassing that of the most devout Israelite who ever, from a foreign land, turned his longing eyes toward Jerusalem. — Richard Fuller.

Avarice is to the intellect what sensuality is to the morals. — Mrs. Jameson.

Objects close to the eye shut out much larger objects on the horizon; and splendors born only of the earth eclipse the stars. So a man sometimes covers up the entire disk of eternity with a dollar, and quenches transcendent glories with a little shining dust. — E. H. Chapin.

Poverty is want of much, but avarice of everything. — Publius Syrius.

Jesus, save me from the infatuation of avarice! I, too, will lay up a treasure, but Thou shalt have the keeping of it. — Christian Scriver.

U.S. Senate and House of Representative Phone Numbers and Contact Info by State

NOTE: I HAVE NOT UPDATED THE NAMES AND CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THE 114th CONGRESS. IF YOU CHANGED CONGRESSMAN. TRY THE PHONE NUMBER OF THE REPRESENTATIVE YOU REPLACED THEM WITH! I WILL UPDATE ALL CONTACT INFORMATION AS SOON AS IT IS ALL AVAILABLE.

United States Senate and House of Representative Phone Numbers by State with a synopsis of Congressional Powers

 

Since the Congress and President seem to be having a hard time hearing the American citizens on various issues, I am providing phone numbers, twitter, facebook and email accounts for you to be able to contact each of your representatives with your concerns. Thereby also making it easier for your representatives to listen to you. Feel free to contact them early and often. Since members of Congress have been misleading people about their Constitutional powers, I am also including a synopsis of their powers.

Congressional Powers Under The Constitution: Distinct powers of the two houses. The House of Representatives @HouseFloor has the sole right of impeachment, that is, the right or power to accuse officers of the government for maladministration,malfeasance, or for crimes, offenses, or neglect of duty in their offices.

The @Senate has the sole right and power to try offenders impeached.

Each House is the judge of the elections, returns, and qualifications of its own members; each determines the rules of its proceedings, and punishes or expels its own members for disorderly conduct.

Senators and representatives receive a compensation for their services which is ascertained by law. They are privileged from arrest, except for treason, felony, or breach of the peace, during their attendance in the session, and in going to and returning from the same.

Officers of government cannot hold a seat in either house. Learn more about the Constitution here.

Senate_Seal US SENATE LOGOSenate Phone Numbers by State:

Alaska
Begich, Mark – (D – AK) (202) 224-3004 Fax: 202-224-2354
Murkowski, Lisa – (R – AK) (202) 224-6665 Fax: 202-224-5301

Alabama
Jeff Sessions –  @SenatorSessions (R – AL) (202) 224-4124 Fax: 202-224-3149 Web Site Montgomery: (334) 244-7017
Richard C. Shelby – @SenShelbyPress – (R – AL) (202) 224-5744 Fax: 202-224-3416 Web Site Tuscaloosa: (205) 759-5047

Arkansas
John Boozman –  @JohnBoozman (R – AR) (202) 224-4843 Fax: 202-228-1371 Web Site Lowell: (479) 725-0400
Mark L. Pryor@SenMarkPryor (D – AR) (202) 224-2353 Fax: 202-228-0908 Web Site Little Rock: (501) 324-6336

Arizona
Jeff Flake@JeffFlake (R – AZ) (202) 224-4521 Fax: 202-228-0515 Web Site Mesa: (480) 833-0092
John McCain – @SenJohnMcCain (R – AZ) (202) 224-2235 Fax: 202-228-2862 Web Site Phoenix: (602) 952-2410

California
Barbara Boxer – @BarbaraBoxer (D – CA) (202) 224-3553 Fax: 202) 224-0454 Web Site San Francisco: (415) 403-0100
Dianne Feinstein@SenFeinstein (D – CA) (202) 224-3841 Fax: 202-228-3954 Web Site San Francisco: (415) 393-0707

Colorado
Michael F. Bennet – @SenBennetCO (D – CO) (202) 224-5852 Fax: 202-224-1933 Web Site Denver: (303) 455-7600
Mark Udall @MarkUdall (D – CO) (202) 224-5941 Fax: 202-224-6471 Web Site Denver: (303) 650-7820

Connecticut
Richard Blumenthal@SenBlumenthal (D – CT) (202) 224-2823 Fax: 202-224-6593 Web Site Hartford: (860) 258-6940
Christopher Murphy@ChrisMurphyCT (D – CT) (202) 224-4041 Fax: 202-224-9750 Web Site Boston: (617) 565-8519

Delaware
Thomas R. Carper  – @SenatorCarper (D – DE) (202) 224-2441 Fax: 202-228-2190 Web Site Dover: (302) 674-3308
Christopher A. Coons –  @ChrisCoons (D – DE) (202) 224-5042 Fax: 202-228-3075 Web Site Wilmington: (302) 573-6345

Florida
Bill Nelson@SenBillNelson (D – FL) (202) 224-5274 Fax: 202-228-2183 Web Site Orlando: (888) 671-4091
Marco Rubio – @marcorubio (R – FL) (202) 224-3041 Fax: 202-228-0285 Web Site Orlando: (407) 254-2573

Georgia
Saxby Chambliss@SaxbyChambliss (R – GA) (202) 224-3521 Fax 202-224-0103 Web Site Atlanta: (770) 763-9090
Johnny Isakson@SenatorIsakson (R – GA) (202) 224-3643 Fax: 202-228-2090 Web Site Atlanta: (770) 661-0999

Hawaii
Mazie K. Hirono@maziehirono (D – HI) (202) 224-6361 Fax: 202-224-2126 Web Site Honolulu: (808) 541-1986
Brian Schatz – @SenBrianSchatz (D – HI) (202) 224-3934 Fax: 202-228-1153  Honolulu: (808) 541-2542

Iowa
Chuck Grassley  – @ChuckGrassley (R – IA) (202) 224-3744 Fax: 202-224-6020 Web Site Des Moines: (515) 288-1145
Tom Harkin@SenatorHarkin (D – IA) (202) 224-3254 Fax: 202-224-9369 Web Site Des Moines: (515) 284-4574

Idaho
Mike Crapo  – @MikeCrapo (R – ID) (202) 224-6142 Fax: 202-228-1375 Web Site Boise: (208) 334-1776
James E. Risch  – @SenatorRisch (R – ID) (202) 224-2752 Fax: 202-228-1067 Web Site Boise: (208) 342-7985

Illinois
Richard (Dick) J. Durbin@SenatorDurbin (D – IL) (202) 224-2152 Fax: 202-228-0400 Web Site Chicago: (312) 353-4952
Mark Kirk @SenatorKirk (R – IL) (202) 224-2854 Fax: 202-228-4611 Web Site Chicago: (312) 886-3506

Indiana
Daniel Coats  – @SenDanCoats (R – IN) (202) 224-5623 Fax: (202) 228-1820 Web Site Indianapolis: (317) 554-0750
Joe Donnelly @SenDonnelly (D – IN) (202) 224-4814 Fax: 202-228-0360 Web Site South Bend: (574) 288-2780

Kansas
Jerry Moran  –  @JerryMoran (R – KS) (202) 224-6521 Fax: 202-228-6966 Web Site Olathe: (913) 393-0711
Pat Roberts  –  @SenPatRoberts (R – KS) (202) 224-4774 Fax: 202-224-3514 Web Site Overland Park: (913) 451-9343

Kentucky
Mitch McConnell  – @McConnellPress  (R – KY) (202) 224-2541 Fax: 202-224-2499 Web Site Louisville: (502) 582-6304
Rand Paul  – @SenRandPaul (R – KY) (202) 224-4343 Fax: 202-228-1373 Web Site Bowlling Green: (270) 782-8303

Louisiana
Mary L. Landrieu@marylandrieu (D – LA) (202) 224-5824 Fax: 202-224-9735 Web Site New Orleans: (504) 589-2427
David Vitter  – @DavidVitter (R – LA) (202) 224-4623 Fax: 202-228-2577 Web Site Lafayette: (337) 262-6898

Massachusetts
William M. Cowan – @SenMoCowan (D – MA) (202) 224-2742 Fax: 202-224-8525
Elizabeth Warren@elizabethforma (D – MA) (202) 224-4543 Fax: 202-228-2646 Web Site Boston: (617) 565-3170

Maryland
Benjamin L. Cardin@SenatorCardin (D – MD) (202) 224-4524 Fax: 202-224-1651 Web Site Baltimore: (410) 962-4436
Barbara A. Mikulski@SenatorBarb (D – MD) (202) 224-4654 Fax: 202-224-8858 Web Site Baltimore: (410) 962-4510

Maine
Susan M. Collins@SenatorCollins (R – ME) (202) 224-2523 Fax: 202-224-2693 Web Site Bangor: (207) 945-0417
Angus S. King, Jr. – @SenAngusKing (I – ME) (202) 224-5344 Fax: 202-224-1946 Web Site Auburn: (207) 786-2451

Michigan
Carl Levin – @SenCarlLevin (D – MI) (202) 224-6221 Fax: 202-224-1388 Web Site Detroit: (313) 226-6020
Debbie Stabenow@stabenow (D – MI) (202) 224-4822 Fax: 202-228-0325 Web SiteEast Lansing: (517) 203-1760

Minnesota
Al Franken@alfranken (D – MN) (202) 224-5641 Fax: 202-224-1152 Web Site St. Paul: (651) 221-1016
Amy Klobuchar – @amyklobuchar (D – MN) (202) 224-3244 Fax: 202-228-2186 Web Site Minneapolis: (612) 727-5220

Missouri
Roy Blunt  –  @RoyBlunt (R – MO) (202) 224-5721 Fax: 202-224-8149 Web Site Springfield: (417) 877-7814
Claire McCaskill@clairecmc (D – MO) (202) 224-6154 Fax: 202-228-6326 Web Site Kansas City: (816) 421-1639

Mississippi
Thad Cochran  –  @SenThadCochran (R – MS) (202) 224-5054 Fax: 202-224-9450 Web Site Jackson: (601) 965-4649
Roger F. Wicker@SenatorWicker (R – MS) (202) 224-6253 Fax: 202-228-0378 Web Site Jackson: (601) 965-4644

Montana
Max Baucus@MaxBaucus (D – MT) (202) 224-2651 Fax: 202-224-9412 Web Site Billings: (406) 657-6790
Jon Tester@jontester (D – MT) (202) 224-2644 Fax: 202-224-8594 Web Site Helena: (406) 449-5401

North Carolina
Richard Burr  –  @SenatorBurr (R – NC) (202) 224-3154 Fax 202-228-2981 Web Site Winston-Salem: (800) 685-8916
Kay R. Hagan @SenatorHagan (D – NC)(202) 224-6342 Fax: 202-228-2563 Web Site Greensboro: (336) 333-5311

North Dakota
Heidi Heitkamp@SenatorHeitkamp (D – ND) (202) 224-2043 Fax: 202-224-7776 Web SiteBismarck: (701) 258-4648
John Hoeven@SenJohnHoeven (R – ND) (202) 224-2551 Fax: 202-224-7999 Web Site Bismarck: (701) 250-4618

Nebraska
Deb Fischer  – @SenatorFischer (R – NE) (202) 224-6551 Fax: 202-228-0012 Web Site Omaha: (402) 391-3411
Mike Johanns  – @Mike_Johanns (R – NE)(202) 224-4224 Fax: 202-224-5213 Web Site Omaha: (402) 758-8981

New Hampshire
Kelly Ayotte@KellyAyotte (R – NH) (202) 224-3324 Fax: 202-224-4952 Web Site Manchester: (603) 622-7979
Jeanne Shaheen@SenatorShaheen (D – NH) (202) 224-2841 Fax: 202-228-4131 Web Site Manchester: (603) 647-7500

New Jersey
Jeff Chiesa – Email: Senator_Chiesa@Chiesa.Senate.gov (R – NJ) (202) 224-3224 Fax: 202-224-7981 Web Site
Robert Menendez@SenatorMenendez (D – NJ) (202) 224-4744 Fax: 202-228-2197 Web Site Newark: (973) 645-3030

New Mexico
Martin Heinrich@MartinHeinrich (D – NM) (202) 224-5521 Fax: 202-224-2852 Web Site Farmington: (502) 325-5030
Tom Udall@SenatorTomUdall (D – NM) (202) 224-6621 Fax: 202-228-3261 Web Site Albuquerque: (505) 346-6791

Nevada
Dean Heller – @SenDeanHeller  (R – NV) (202) 224-6244 Fax: 202-228-6753 Web Site Las Vegas: (702) 388-6605
Harry Reid@SenatorReid (D – NV) (202) 224-3542 Fax: 202-224-7327 Web Site Las Vegas: (702) 388-5020

New York
Kirsten E. Gillibrand@SenGillibrand (D – NY) (202) 224-4451 Fax: 202-228-0282 Web Site New York: (212) 688-6262
Charles E. Schumer@ChuckSchumer (D – NY) (202) 224-6542 Fax: 202-228-3027 Web Site New York: (212) 486-4430

Ohio
Sherrod Brown@SenSherrodBrown (D – OH) (202) 224-2315 Fax: 202-224-6519 Web Site Cleveland: (216) 522-7272
Rob Portman  – @RobPortman (R – OH) (202) 224-3353 Fax: 202-228-1382 Web Site Columbus: (614) 469-6774

Oklahoma
Tom Coburn  – @TomCoburn (R – OK) (202) 224-5754 Fax: 202-224-6008 Web Site Tulsa: (918) 581-7651
James M. Inhofe –  @JimInhofe(R – OK) (202) 224-4721 Fax: 202-228-0380 Web Site Tulsa: (918) 748-5111

Oregon
Jeff Merkley@SenJeffMerkley (D – OR) (202) 224-3753 Fax: 202-228-3997 Web Site Portland: (503) 326-3386
Ron Wyden@RonWyden (D – OR) (202) 224-5244 Fax: 202-228-2717 Web Site Portland: (503) 326-7525

Pennsylvania
Robert P. Casey Jr. – @SenBobCasey (D – PA) (202) 224-6324 Fax: 202-228-0604 Web Site Harrisburg: (717) 231-7540
Patrick J. Toomey  – @SenToomey (R – PA) (202) 224-4254 Fax: 202-228-1229 Web Site Philadelphia: (215) 241-1090

Rhode Island
Jack Reed@SenJackReed (D – RI) (202) 224-4642 Fax: 202-224-4680 Web Site Cranston: (401) 943-3100
Sheldon Whitehouse@SenWhitehouse (D – RI) (202) 224-2921 Fax: 202-228-2853 Web Site Providence: (401) 453-5294

South Carolina
Lindsey Graham@LindseyGrahamSC @GrahamBlog(R – SC) (202) 224-5972 Fax: 202-224-3808 Web Site Greenville: (864) 250-1417
Tim Scott  – @SenatorTimScott (R – SC) (202) 224-6121 Fax: 202-225-3407 Web Site Charleston: (843) 852-2222

South Dakota
Tim Johnson@SenJohnsonSD (D – SD) (202) 224-5842 Fax: 202-228-5765 Web Site Sioux Falls: (605) 332-8896
John Thune  – @SenJohnThune (R – SD) (202) 224-2321 Fax: 202-228-5429 Web Site Sioux Falls: (605) 334-9596

Tennessee
Lamar Alexander@SenAlexander (R – TN) (202) 224-4944 Fax: 202-228-3398 Web Site Nashville: (615) 736-5129
Bob Corker@SenBobCorker (R – TN) (202) 224-3344 Fax: 202-228-1264 Web Site Chattanooga: (423) 756-2757

Texas
John Cornyn  – @JohnCornyn (R – TX) (202) 224-2934 Fax: 202-228-2856 Web Site Austin: (512) 469-6034
Ted Cruz – @SenTedCruz (R – TX) (202) 224-5922 Fax: 202-224-0776 Web Site Austin: (512) 916-5834

Utah
Orrin G. Hatch@OrrinHatch (R – UT) (202) 224-5251 Fax: 202-224-6331 Web Site Salt Lake City: (801) 524-4380
Mike Lee@SenMikeLee (R – UT) (202) 224-5444 Fax: 202-224-6717 Web Site Salt Lake City: (801) 524-5933

Virginia
Tim Kaine@timkaine (D – VA) (202) 224-4024 Fax: 202-228-6363 Web Site Richmond: (804) 771-2221
Mark R. Warner@MarkWarner (D – VA) (202) 224-2023 Fax: 202-224-6295 Web Site Vienna: (703) 442-0670

Vermont
Patrick J. Leahy@SenatorLeahy (D – VT) (202) 224-4242 Fax: 202-224-3479 Web Site Burlington: (800) 642-3193
Bernard Sanders  – @SenSanders (I – VT) (202) 224-5141 Fax: 202-228-0776 Web Site Burlington: (800) 339-9834

Washington
Maria Cantwell@CantwellPress (D – WA) (202) 224-3441 Fax: 202-228-0514 Web Site Seattle: (206) 220-6400
Patty Murray@PattyMurray (D – WA) (202) 224-2621 Fax: 202-224-0238 Web Site Seattle: (206) 553-5545

Wisconsin
Tammy Baldwin@SenatorBaldwin (D – WI) (202) 224-5653 Fax: 202-224-9787 Web Site Madison: (608) 264-5338
Ron Johnson  – @SenRonJohnson (R – WI) (202) 224-5323 Fax: 202-228-6965 Web Site Milwaukee: (414) 276-7282

West Virginia
Joe Manchin, III@Sen_JoeManchin (D – WV) (202) 224-3954 Fax: 202-228-0002 Web Site Charleston: (304) 342-5855
John D. Rockefeller, IV – @SenRockefeller (D – WV)(202) 224-6472 Fax: 202-224-7665 Web Site Charleston: (304) 347-5372

Wyoming
John Barrasso – @SenJohnBarrasso (R – WY) (202) 224-6441 Fax: 202-224-1724 Web Site Casper: (307) 261-6413
Michael B. Enzi@SenatorEnzi (R – WY) (202) 224-3424 Fax: 202-228-0359 Web Site Gillette: (307) 682-6268

US House of Representatives

House of Representative Phone Numbers and Committee Assignments

Sorry for the errors on the layout, pasted from word and it is what it is. The information is all there, just the alignment is messed up.

Alabama

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

                Committee Assignment

1

Bonner, Jo

R

202-225-4931

Appropriations

2

Roby, Martha

R

202-225-2901

Agriculture
Armed Services
Education and the Workforce

3

Rogers (AL), Mike

R

202-225-3261

Agriculture
Armed Services
Homeland Security

4

Aderholt, Robert

R

202-225-4876

Appropriations

5

Brooks, Mo

R

202-225-4801

Armed Services
Foreign Affairs
Science, Space, and Technology

6

Bachus, Spencer

R

202-225-4921

Financial Services
Judiciary

7

Sewell, Terri A.

D

202-225-2665

Financial Services
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

Alaska

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Young, Don

R

202-225-5765

Natural Resources
Transportation and Infrastructure

American Samoa

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Faleomavaega, Eni F. H.

D

202-225-8577

Foreign Affairs
Natural Resources

Arizona

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Kirkpatrick, Ann

D

202-225-3361

Transportation and Infrastructure
Veterans’ Affairs

2

Barber, Ron

D

202-225-2542

Armed Services
Homeland Security
Small Business

3

Grijalva, Raul

D

202-225-2435

Education and the Workforce
Natural Resources

4

Gosar, Paul A.

R

202-225-2315

Natural Resources
Oversight and Government Reform

5

Salmon, Matt

R

202-225-2635

Education and the Workforce
Foreign Affairs

6

Schweikert, David

R

202-225-2190

Science, Space, and Technology
Small Business

7

Pastor, Ed

D

202-225-4065

Appropriations
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

8

Franks, Trent

R

202-225-4576

Armed Services
Judiciary

9

Sinema, Kyrsten

D

202-225-9888

Financial Services

Arkansas

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Crawford, Rick

R

202-225-4076

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure

2

Griffin, Tim

R

202-225-2506

Ways and Means

3

Womack, Steve

R

202-225-4301

Appropriations

4

Cotton, Tom

R

202-225-3772

Financial Services
Foreign Affairs

California

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

LaMalfa, Doug

R

202-225-3076

Agriculture
Natural Resources

2

Huffman, Jared

D

202-225-5161

Budget
Natural Resources

3

Garamendi, John

D

202-225-1880

Agriculture
Armed Services
Transportation and Infrastructure

4

McClintock, Tom

R

202-225-2511

Budget
Natural Resources

5

Thompson, Mike

D

202-225-3311

Ways and Means
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

6

Matsui, Doris O.

D

202-225-7163

Energy and Commerce

7

Bera, Ami

D

202-225-5716

Foreign Affairs
Science, Space, and Technology

8

Cook, Paul

R

202-225-5861

Armed Services
Foreign Affairs
Veterans’ Affairs

9

McNerney, Jerry

D

202-225-1947

Energy and Commerce

10

Denham, Jeff

R

202-225-4540

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure
Veterans’ Affairs

11

Miller, George

D

202-225-2095

Education and the Workforce

12

Pelosi, Nancy

D

202-225-4965

Democratic Leader

13

Lee, Barbara

D

202-225-2661

Appropriations
Budget

14

Speier, Jackie

D

202-225-3531

Armed Services
Oversight and Government Reform

15

Swalwell, Eric

D

202-225-5065

Homeland Security
Science, Space, and Technology

16

Costa, Jim

D

202-225-3341

Agriculture
Natural Resources

17

Honda, Mike

D

202-225-2631

Appropriations

18

Eshoo, Anna G.

D

202-225-8104

Energy and Commerce

19

Lofgren, Zoe

D

202-225-3072

House Administration
Judiciary
Science, Space, and Technology

20

Farr, Sam

D

202-225-2861

Appropriations

21

Valadao, David

R

202-225-4695

Appropriations

22

Nunes, Devin

R

202-225-2523

Ways and Means
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

23

McCarthy, Kevin

R

202-225-2915

Majority Whip
Financial Services

24

Capps, Lois

D

202-225-3601

Energy and Commerce

25

McKeon, Buck

R

202-225-1956

Armed Services, Chairman
Education and the Workforce

26

Brownley, Julia

D

202-225-5811

Science, Space, and Technology
Veterans’ Affairs

27

Chu, Judy

D

202-225-5464

Judiciary
Small Business

28

Schiff, Adam

D

202-225-4176

Appropriations
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

29

Cárdenas, Tony

D

202-225-6131

Budget
Natural Resources
Oversight and Government Reform

30

Sherman, Brad

D

202-225-5911

Financial Services
Foreign Affairs

31

Miller, Gary

R

202-225-3201

Financial Services
Transportation and Infrastructure

32

Napolitano, Grace

D

202-225-5256

Natural Resources
Transportation and Infrastructure

33

Waxman, Henry

D

202-225-3976

Energy and Commerce

34

Becerra, Xavier

D

202-225-6235

Ways and Means

35

Negrete McLeod, Gloria

D

202-225-6161

Agriculture
Veterans’ Affairs

36

Ruiz, Raul

D

202-225-5330

Natural Resources
Veterans’ Affairs

37

Bass, Karen

D

202-225-7084

Foreign Affairs
Judiciary

38

Sanchez, Linda

D

202-225-6676

Ethics
Ways and Means

39

Royce, Ed

R

202-225-4111

Foreign Affairs, Chairman
Financial Services

40

Roybal-Allard, Lucille

D

202-225-1766

Appropriations

41

Takano, Mark

D

202-225-2305

Science, Space, and Technology
Veterans’ Affairs

42

Calvert, Ken

R

202-225-1986

Appropriations
Budget

43

Waters, Maxine

D

202-225-2201

Financial Services

44

Hahn, Janice

D

202-225-8220

Small Business
Transportation and Infrastructure

45

Campbell, John

R

202-225-5611

Budget
Financial Services

46

Sanchez, Loretta

D

202-225-2965

Armed Services
Homeland Security

47

Lowenthal, Alan

D

202-225-7924

Foreign Affairs
Natural Resources

48

Rohrabacher, Dana

R

202-225-2415

Foreign Affairs
Science, Space, and Technology

49

Issa, Darrell

R

202-225-3906

Oversight and Government Reform, Chairman
Judiciary

50

Hunter, Duncan D.

R

202-225-5672

Armed Services
Education and the Workforce
Transportation and Infrastructure

51

Vargas, Juan

D

202-225-8045

Agriculture
Foreign Affairs
House Administration

52

Peters, Scott

D

202-225-0508

Armed Services
Science, Space, and Technology

53

Davis, Susan

D

202-225-2040

Armed Services
Education and the Workforce

Colorado

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

DeGette, Diana

D

202-225-4431

Energy and Commerce

2

Polis, Jared

D

202-225-2161

Education and the Workforce
Rules

3

Tipton, Scott

R

202-225-4761

Agriculture
Natural Resources
Small Business

4

Gardner, Cory

R

202-225-4676

Energy and Commerce

5

Lamborn, Doug

R

202-225-4422

Armed Services
Natural Resources
Veterans’ Affairs

6

Coffman, Mike

R

202-225-7882

Armed Services
Small Business
Veterans’ Affairs

7

Perlmutter, Ed

D

202-225-2645

Financial Services

Connecticut

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Larson, John B.

D

202-225-2265

Ways and Means

2

Courtney, Joe

D

202-225-2076

Agriculture
Armed Services
Education and the Workforce

3

DeLauro, Rosa L.

D

202-225-3661

Appropriations

4

Himes, Jim

D

202-225-5541

Financial Services
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

5

Esty, Elizabeth

D

202-225-4476

Science, Space, and Technology
Transportation and Infrastructure

Delaware

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Carney, John

D

202-225-4165

Financial Services

District of Columbia

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Norton, Eleanor Holmes

D

202-225-8050

Oversight and Government Reform
Transportation and Infrastructure

Florida

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

                          Committee Assignment

1

Miller, Jeff

R

202-225-4136

Veterans’ Affairs, Chairman
Armed Services
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

2

Southerland, Steve

R

202-225-5235

Natural Resources
Transportation and Infrastructure

3

Yoho, Ted

R

202-225-5744

Agriculture
Foreign Affairs

4

Crenshaw, Ander

R

202-225-2501

Appropriations

5

Brown, Corrine

D

202-225-0123

Transportation and Infrastructure
Veterans’ Affairs

6

DeSantis, Ron

R

202-225-2706

Foreign Affairs
Judiciary
Oversight and Government Reform

7

Mica, John

R

202-225-4035

Oversight and Government Reform
Transportation and Infrastructure

 

8

 

Posey, Bill

 

R

 

202-225-3671

 

Financial Services
Science, Space, and Technology

9

Grayson, Alan

D

202-225-9889

Foreign Affairs
Science, Space, and Technology

10

Webster, Daniel

R

202-225-2176

Rules
Transportation and Infrastructure

11

Nugent, Richard

R

202-225-1002

Armed Services
House Administration
Rules

12

Bilirakis, Gus M.

R

202-225-5755

Energy and Commerce
Veterans’ Affairs

13

Young, C.W. Bill

R

202-225-5961

Appropriations

14

Castor, Kathy

D

202-225-3376

Budget
Energy and Commerce

15

Ross, Dennis

R

202-225-1252

Financial Services

16

Buchanan, Vern

R

202-225-5015

Ways and Means

17

Rooney, Tom

R

202-225-5792

Appropriations
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

18

Murphy, Patrick

D

202-225-3026

Financial Services
Small Business

19

Radel, Trey

R

202-225-2536

Foreign Affairs
Transportation and Infrastructure

20

Hastings, Alcee L.

D

202-225-1313


Rules

21

Deutch, Ted

D

202-225-3001

Ethics
Foreign Affairs
Judiciary

22

Frankel, Lois

D

202-225-9890

Foreign Affairs
Transportation and Infrastructure

23

Wasserman Schultz, Debbie

D

202-225-7931

Appropriations

24

Wilson, Frederica

D

202-225-4506

Education and the Workforce
Science, Space, and Technology

25

Diaz-Balart, Mario

R

202-225-4211

Appropriations

26

Garcia, Joe

D

202-225-2778

Judiciary
Natural Resources

27

Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana

R

202-225-3931

Foreign Affairs
Rules

Georgia

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Kingston, Jack

R

202-225-5831

Appropriations

2

Bishop Jr., Sanford D.

D

202-225-3631

Appropriations

3

Westmoreland, Lynn A.

R

202-225-5901

Financial Services
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

4

Johnson, Henry C. “Hank” Jr.

D

202-225-1605

Armed Services
Judiciary

5

Lewis, John

D

202-225-3801

Ways and Means

6

Price, Tom

R

202-225-4501

Budget
Education and the Workforce
Ways and Means

7

Woodall, Robert

R

202-225-4272

Budget
Oversight and Government Reform
Rules

8

Scott, Austin

R

202-225-6531

Agriculture
Armed Services

9

Collins, Doug

R

202-225-9893

Foreign Affairs
Judiciary
Oversight and Government Reform

10

Broun, Paul C.

R

202-225-4101

Homeland Security
Natural Resources
Science, Space, and Technology

11

Gingrey, Phil

R

202-225-2931

Energy and Commerce
House Administration

12

Barrow, John

D

202-225-2823

Energy and Commerce

13

Scott, David

D

202-225-2939

Agriculture
Financial Services

14

Graves, Tom

R

202-225-5211

Appropriations

Guam

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Bordallo, Madeleine

D

202-225-1188

Armed Services
Natural Resources

Hawaii

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Hanabusa, Colleen

D

202-225-2726

Armed Services
Natural Resources

2

Gabbard, Tulsi

D

202-225-4906

Foreign Affairs
Homeland Security

Idaho

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Labrador, Raul R.

R

202-225-6611

Judiciary
Natural Resources

2

Simpson, Mike

R

202-225-5531

Appropriations

Illinois

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Rush, Bobby L.

D

202-225-4372

Energy and Commerce

2

Kelly, Robin

D

202-225-0773

Oversight and Government Reform
Science, Space, and Technology

3

Lipinski, Daniel

D

202-225-5701

Science, Space, and Technology
Transportation and Infrastructure

4

Gutierrez, Luis

D

202-225-8203

Judiciary
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

5

Quigley, Mike

D

202-225-4061

Appropriations

6

Roskam, Peter J.

R

202-225-4561

Ways and Means

7

Davis, Danny K.

D

202-225-5006

Oversight and Government Reform
Ways and Means

8

Duckworth, Tammy

D

202-225-3711

Armed Services
Oversight and Government Reform

9

Schakowsky, Jan

D

202-225-2111

Energy and Commerce
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

10

Schneider, Brad

D

202-225-4835

Foreign Affairs
Small Business

11

Foster, Bill

D

202-225-3515

Financial Services

12

Enyart, William

D

202-225-5661

Agriculture
Armed Services

13

Davis, Rodney

R

202-225-2371

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure

14

Hultgren, Randy

R

202-225-2976

Financial Services
Science, Space, and Technology

15

Shimkus, John

R

202-225-5271

Energy and Commerce

16

Kinzinger, Adam

R

202-225-3635

Energy and Commerce
Foreign Affairs

17

Bustos, Cheri

D

202-225-5905

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure

18

Schock, Aaron

R

202-225-6201

House Administration
Ways and Means

Indiana

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Visclosky, Peter

D

202-225-2461

Appropriations

2

Walorski, Jackie

R

202-225-3915

Armed Services
Budget
Veterans’ Affairs

3

Stutzman, Marlin

R

202-225-4436

Financial Services

4

Rokita, Todd

R

202-225-5037

Budget
Education and the Workforce
House Administration

5

Brooks, Susan W.

R

202-225-2276

Education and the Workforce
Ethics
Homeland Security

6

Messer, Luke

R

202-225-3021

Budget
Education and the Workforce
Foreign Affairs

7

Carson, André

D

202-225-4011

Armed Services
Transportation and Infrastructure

8

Bucshon, Larry

R

202-225-4636

Education and the Workforce
Science, Space, and Technology
Transportation and Infrastructure

9

Young, Todd

R

202-225-5315

Ways and Means

Iowa

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Braley, Bruce L.

D

202-225-2911

Energy and Commerce

2

Loebsack, David

D

202-225-6576

Armed Services
Education and the Workforce

3

Latham, Tom

R

202-225-5476

Appropriations

4

King, Steve

R

202-225-4426

Agriculture
Judiciary
Small Business

Kansas

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Huelskamp, Tim

R

202-225-2715

Small Business
Veterans’ Affairs

2

Jenkins, Lynn

R

202-225-6601

Ways and Means

3

Yoder, Kevin

R

202-225-2865

Appropriations

4

Pompeo, Mike

R

202-225-6216

Energy and Commerce
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

Kentucky

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Whitfield, Ed

R

202-225-3115

Energy and Commerce

2

Guthrie, S. Brett

R

202-225-3501

Education and the Workforce
Energy and Commerce

3

Yarmuth, John A.

D

202-225-5401

Budget
Education and the Workforce

4

Massie, Thomas

R

202-225-3465

Oversight and Government Reform
Science, Space, and Technology
Transportation and Infrastructure

5

Rogers, Harold

R

202-225-4601

Appropriations, Chairman

6

Barr, Andy

R

202-225-4706

Financial Services

Louisiana

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Scalise, Steve

R

202-225-3015

Energy and Commerce

2

Richmond, Cedric

D

202-225-6636

Homeland Security
Judiciary

3

Boustany Jr., Charles W.

R

202-225-2031

Ways and Means

4

Fleming, John

R

202-225-2777

Armed Services
Natural Resources

5

Alexander, Rodney

R

202-225-8490

Appropriations

6

Cassidy, William

R

202-225-3901

Energy and Commerce

Maine

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Pingree, Chellie

D

202-225-6116

Appropriations

2

Michaud, Michael

D

202-225-6306

Transportation and Infrastructure
Veterans’ Affairs

Maryland

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Harris, Andy

R

202-225-5311

Appropriations

2

Ruppersberger, Dutch

D

202-225-3061

Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

3

Sarbanes, John P.

D

202-225-4016

Energy and Commerce

4

Edwards, Donna F.

D

202-225-8699

Science, Space, and Technology
Transportation and Infrastructure

5

Hoyer, Steny H.

D

202-225-4131

Democratic Whip

6

Delaney, John

D

202-225-2721

Financial Services

7

Cummings, Elijah

D

202-225-4741

Oversight and Government Reform
Transportation and Infrastructure

8

Van Hollen, Chris

D

202-225-5341

Budget

Massachusetts

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Neal, Richard E.

D

202-225-5601

Ways and Means

2

McGovern, James

D

202-225-6101

Agriculture
Rules

3

Tsongas, Niki

D

202-225-3411

Armed Services
Natural Resources

4

Kennedy III, Joseph P.

D

202-225-5931

Foreign Affairs
Science, Space, and Technology

5

Markey, Ed

D

202-225-2836

Energy and Commerce
Natural Resources

6

Tierney, John

D

202-225-8020

Education and the Workforce
Oversight and Government Reform

7

Capuano, Michael E.

D

202-225-5111

Ethics
Financial Services
Transportation and Infrastructure

8

Lynch, Stephen F.

D

202-225-8273

Financial Services
Oversight and Government Reform

9

Keating, William

D

202-225-3111

Foreign Affairs
Homeland Security

Michigan

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Benishek, Dan

R

202-225-4735

Agriculture
Natural Resources
Veterans’ Affairs

2

Huizenga, Bill

R

202-225-4401

Financial Services

3

Amash, Justin

R

202-225-3831

Oversight and Government Reform

4

Camp, Dave

R

202-225-3561

Ways and Means, Chairman

5

Kildee, Daniel

D

202-225-3611

Financial Services

6

Upton, Fred

R

202-225-3761

Energy and Commerce, Chairman

7

Walberg, Tim

R

202-225-6276

Education and the Workforce
Oversight and Government Reform

8

Rogers (MI), Mike

R

202-225-4872

Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Chairman
Energy and Commerce

9

Levin, Sander

D

202-225-4961

Ways and Means

10

Miller, Candice

R

202-225-2106

House Administration, Chairman
Homeland Security
Transportation and Infrastructure

11

Bentivolio, Kerry

R

202-225-8171

Oversight and Government Reform
Small Business

12

Dingell, John

D

202-225-4071

Energy and Commerce

13

Conyers Jr., John

D

202-225-5126

Judiciary

14

Peters, Gary

D

202-225-5802

Financial Services

Minnesota

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Walz, Timothy J.

D

202-225-2472

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure
Veterans’ Affairs

2

Kline, John

R

202-225-2271

Education and the Workforce, Chairman
Armed Services

3

Paulsen, Erik

R

202-225-2871

Ways and Means

4

McCollum, Betty

D

202-225-6631

Appropriations

5

Ellison, Keith

D

202-225-4755

Financial Services

6

Bachmann, Michele

R

202-225-2331

Financial Services
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

7

Peterson, Collin C.

D

202-225-2165

Agriculture

8

Nolan, Rick

D

202-225-6211

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure

Mississippi

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Nunnelee, Alan

R

202-225-4306

Appropriations
Budget

2

Thompson, Bennie G.

D

202-225-5876

Homeland Security

3

Harper, Gregg

R

202-225-5031

Energy and Commerce
House Administration

4

Palazzo, Steven

R

202-225-5772

Armed Services
Homeland Security
Science, Space, and Technology

Missouri

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Clay Jr., William “Lacy”

D

202-225-2406

Financial Services
Oversight and Government Reform

2

Wagner, Ann

R

202-225-1621

Financial Services

3

Luetkemeyer, Blaine

R

202-225-2956

Financial Services
Small Business

4

Hartzler, Vicky

R

202-225-2876

Agriculture
Armed Services
Budget

5

Cleaver, Emanuel

D

202-225-4535

Financial Services

6

Graves, Sam

R

202-225-7041

Small Business, Chairman
Transportation and Infrastructure

7

Long, Billy

R

202-225-6536

Energy and Commerce

8

Smith, Jason

R

202-225-4404

Montana

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Daines, Steve

R

202-225-3211

Homeland Security
Natural Resources
Transportation and Infrastructure

Nebraska

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Fortenberry, Jeff

R

202-225-4806

Appropriations

2

Terry, Lee

R

202-225-4155

Energy and Commerce

3

Smith, Adrian

R

202-225-6435

Ways and Means

Nevada

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Titus, Dina

D

202-225-5965

Transportation and Infrastructure
Veterans’ Affairs

2

Amodei, Mark

R

202-225-6155

Judiciary
Natural Resources
Veterans’ Affairs

3

Heck, Joe

R

202-225-3252

Armed Services
Education and the Workforce
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

4

Horsford, Steven

D

202-225-9894

Homeland Security
Natural Resources
Oversight and Government Reform

New Hampshire

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Shea-Porter, Carol

D

202-225-5456

Armed Services
Natural Resources

2

Kuster, Ann

D

202-225-5206

Agriculture
Small Business
Veterans’ Affairs

New Jersey

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Andrews, Robert E.

D

202-225-6501

Armed Services
Education and the Workforce

2

LoBiondo, Frank

R

202-225-6572

Armed Services
Transportation and Infrastructure
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

3

Runyan, Jon

R

202-225-4765

Armed Services
Natural Resources
Veterans’ Affairs

4

Smith, Chris

R

202-225-3765

, Co-Chair
Foreign Affairs

5

Garrett, Scott

R

202-225-4465

Budget
Financial Services

6

Pallone Jr., Frank

D

202-225-4671

Energy and Commerce
Natural Resources

7

Lance, Leonard

R

202-225-5361

Energy and Commerce

8

Sires, Albio

D

202-225-7919

Foreign Affairs
Transportation and Infrastructure

9

Pascrell Jr., Bill

D

202-225-5751

Budget
Ways and Means

10

Payne Jr., Donald

D

202-225-3436

Homeland Security
Small Business

11

Frelinghuysen, Rodney

R

202-225-5034

Appropriations

12

Holt, Rush

D

202-225-5801

Education and the Workforce
Natural Resources

New Mexico

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Lujan Grisham, Michelle

D

202-225-6316

Agriculture
Budget
Oversight and Government Reform

2

Pearce, Steve

R

202-225-2365

Financial Services

3

Lujan, Ben R.

D

202-225-6190

Energy and Commerce

New York

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Bishop, Timothy

D

202-225-3826

Education and the Workforce
Transportation and Infrastructure

2

King, Pete

R

202-225-7896

Financial Services
Homeland Security
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

3

Israel, Steve

D

202-225-3335

4

McCarthy, Carolyn

D

202-225-5516

Education and the Workforce
Financial Services

5

Meeks, Gregory W.

D

202-225-3461

Financial Services
Foreign Affairs

6

Meng, Grace

D

202-225-2601

Foreign Affairs
Small Business

7

Velázquez, Nydia M.

D

202-225-2361

Financial Services
Small Business

8

Jeffries, Hakeem

D

202-225-5936

Budget
Judiciary

9

Clarke, Yvette D.

D

202-225-6231

Ethics
Homeland Security
Small Business

10

Nadler, Jerrold

D

202-225-5635

Judiciary
Transportation and Infrastructure

11

Grimm, Michael

R

202-225-3371

Financial Services

12

Maloney, Carolyn

D

202-225-7944

Financial Services
Oversight and Government Reform

13

Rangel, Charles B.

D

202-225-4365

Ways and Means

14

Crowley, Joseph

D

202-225-3965

Ways and Means

15

Serrano, José E.

D

202-225-4361

Appropriations

16

Engel, Eliot

D

202-225-2464

Energy and Commerce
Foreign Affairs

17

Lowey, Nita

D

202-225-6506

Appropriations

18

Maloney, Sean Patrick

D

202-225-5441

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure

19

Gibson, Chris

R

202-225-5614

Agriculture
Armed Services

20

Tonko, Paul D.

D

202-225-5076

Energy and Commerce

21

Owens, Bill

D

202-225-4611

Appropriations

22

Hanna, Richard

R

202-225-3665

Small Business
Transportation and Infrastructure

23

Reed, Tom

R

202-225-3161

Ways and Means

24

Maffei, Daniel

D

202-225-3701

Armed Services
Science, Space, and Technology

25

Slaughter, Louise

D

202-225-3615

Rules

26

Higgins, Brian

D

202-225-3306

Foreign Affairs
Homeland Security

27

Collins, Chris

R

202-225-5265

Agriculture
Small Business

North Carolina

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Butterfield, G.K.

D

202-225-3101

Energy and Commerce

2

Ellmers, Renee

R

202-225-4531

Energy and Commerce

3

Jones, Walter B.

R

202-225-3415

Armed Services

4

Price, David

D

202-225-1784

Appropriations

5

Foxx, Virginia

R

202-225-2071

Education and the Workforce
Rules

6

Coble, Howard

R

202-225-3065

Judiciary
Transportation and Infrastructure

7

McIntyre, Mike

D

202-225-2731

Agriculture
Armed Services

8

Hudson, Richard

R

202-225-3715

Agriculture
Education and the Workforce
Homeland Security

9

Pittenger, Robert

R

202-225-1976

Financial Services

10

McHenry, Patrick T.

R

202-225-2576

Financial Services
Oversight and Government Reform

11

Meadows, Mark

R

202-225-6401

Foreign Affairs
Oversight and Government Reform
Transportation and Infrastructure

12

Watt, Mel

D

202-225-1510

Financial Services
Judiciary

13

Holding, George

R

202-225-3032

Foreign Affairs
Judiciary

North Dakota

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Cramer, Kevin

R

202-225-2611

Natural Resources
Science, Space, and Technology

Northern Mariana Islands

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Sablan, Gregorio

D

202-225-2646

Education and the Workforce
Natural Resources

Ohio

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Chabot, Steve

R

202-225-2216

Foreign Affairs
Judiciary
Small Business

2

Wenstrup, Brad

R

202-225-3164

Armed Services
Veterans’ Affairs

3

Beatty, Joyce

D

202-225-4324

Financial Services

4

Jordan, Jim

R

202-225-2676

Judiciary
Oversight and Government Reform

5

Latta, Robert E.

R

202-225-6405

Energy and Commerce

6

Johnson, Bill

R

202-225-5705

Energy and Commerce

7

Gibbs, Bob

R

202-225-6265

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure

8

Boehner, John A.

R

202-225-6205

The Speaker

9

Kaptur, Marcy

D

202-225-4146

Appropriations

10

Turner, Michael

R

202-225-6465

Armed Services
Oversight and Government Reform

11

Fudge, Marcia L.

D

202-225-7032

Agriculture
Education and the Workforce

12

Tiberi, Pat

R

202-225-5355

Ways and Means

13

Ryan, Tim

D

202-225-5261

Appropriations
Budget

14

Joyce, David

R

202-225-5731

Appropriations

15

Stivers, Steve

R

202-225-2015

Financial Services

16

Renacci, Jim

R

202-225-3876

Ways and Means

Oklahoma

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Bridenstine, Jim

R

202-225-2211

Armed Services
Science, Space, and Technology

2

Mullin, Markwayne

R

202-225-2701

Natural Resources
Transportation and Infrastructure

3

Lucas, Frank

R

202-225-5565

Agriculture, Chairman
Financial Services
Science, Space, and Technology

4

Cole, Tom

R

202-225-6165

Appropriations
Budget
Rules

5

Lankford, James

R

202-225-2132

Budget
Oversight and Government Reform

Oregon

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Bonamici, Suzanne

D

202-225-0855

Education and the Workforce
Science, Space, and Technology

2

Walden, Greg

R

202-225-6730

Energy and Commerce

3

Blumenauer, Earl

D

202-225-4811

Budget
Ways and Means

4

DeFazio, Peter

D

202-225-6416

Natural Resources
Transportation and Infrastructure

5

Schrader, Kurt

D

202-225-5711

Agriculture
Budget
Small Business

Pennsylvania

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Brady, Robert

D

202-225-4731

Armed Services
House Administration

2

Fattah, Chaka

D

202-225-4001

Appropriations

3

Kelly, Mike

R

202-225-5406

Ways and Means

4

Perry, Scott

R

202-225-5836

Foreign Affairs
Homeland Security
Transportation and Infrastructure

5

Thompson, Glenn W.

R

202-225-5121

Agriculture
Education and the Workforce
Natural Resources

6

Gerlach, Jim

R

202-225-4315

Ways and Means

7

Meehan, Pat

R

202-225-2011

Ethics
Homeland Security
Oversight and Government Reform
Transportation and Infrastructure

8

Fitzpatrick, Michael G.

R

202-225-4276

Financial Services

9

Shuster, Bill

R

202-225-2431

Transportation and Infrastructure, Chairman
Armed Services

10

Marino, Tom

R

202-225-3731

Foreign Affairs
Homeland Security
Judiciary

11

Barletta, Lou

R

202-225-6511

Education and the Workforce
Homeland Security
Transportation and Infrastructure

12

Rothfus, Keith

R

202-225-2065

Financial Services

13

Schwartz, Allyson Y.

D

202-225-6111

Budget
Ways and Means

14

Doyle, Mike

D

202-225-2135

Energy and Commerce

15

Dent, Charles W.

R

202-225-6411

Appropriations
Ethics

16

Pitts, Joseph R.

R

202-225-2411

Energy and Commerce

17

Cartwright, Matthew

D

202-225-5546

Natural Resources
Oversight and Government Reform

18

Murphy, Tim

R

202-225-2301

Energy and Commerce

Puerto Rico

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Pierluisi, Pedro

D

202-225-2615

Ethics
Judiciary
Natural Resources

Rhode Island

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Cicilline, David

D

202-225-4911

Budget
Foreign Affairs

2

Langevin, Jim

D

202-225-2735

Armed Services
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

South Carolina

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Sanford, Mark

R

202-225-3176

2

Wilson, Joe

R

202-225-2452

Armed Services
Education and the Workforce
Foreign Affairs

3

Duncan, Jeff

R

202-225-5301

Foreign Affairs
Homeland Security
Natural Resources

4

Gowdy, Trey

R

202-225-6030

Education and the Workforce
Ethics
Judiciary
Oversight and Government Reform

5

Mulvaney, Mick

R

202-225-5501

Financial Services
Small Business

6

Clyburn, James E.

D

202-225-3315

Assistant Democratic Leader

7

Rice, Tom

R

202-225-9895

Budget
Small Business
Transportation and Infrastructure

South Dakota

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Noem, Kristi

R

202-225-2801

Agriculture
Armed Services

Tennessee

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Roe, Phil

R

202-225-6356

Education and the Workforce
Veterans’ Affairs

2

Duncan Jr., John J.

R

202-225-5435

Oversight and Government Reform
Transportation and Infrastructure

3

Fleischmann, Chuck

R

202-225-3271

Appropriations

4

DesJarlais, Scott

R

202-225-6831

Agriculture
Education and the Workforce
Oversight and Government Reform

5

Cooper, Jim

D

202-225-4311

Armed Services
Oversight and Government Reform

6

Black, Diane

R

202-225-4231

Budget
Ways and Means

7

Blackburn, Marsha

R

202-225-2811

Budget
Energy and Commerce

8

Fincher, Stephen

R

202-225-4714

Agriculture
Financial Services

9

Cohen, Steve

D

202-225-3265

Judiciary
Transportation and Infrastructure

Texas

District

Name/Webpage

Party

   Phone

    Committee Assignment

1

Gohmert, Louie

R

202-225-3035

Judiciary
Natural Resources

2

Poe, Ted

R

202-225-6565

Foreign Affairs
Judiciary

3

Johnson, Sam

R

202-225-4201

Ways and Means

4

Hall, Ralph M.

R

202-225-6673

Energy and Commerce
Science, Space, and Technology

5

Hensarling, Jeb

R

202-225-3484

Financial Services, Chairman

6

Barton, Joe

R

202-225-2002

Energy and Commerce

7

Culberson, John

R

202-225-2571

Appropriations

8

Brady, Kevin

R

202-225-4901

Ways and Means

9

Green, Al

D

202-225-7508

Financial Services

10

McCaul, Michael T.

R

202-225-2401

Homeland Security, Chairman
Foreign Affairs
Science, Space, and Technology

11

Conaway, K. Michael

R

202-225-3605

Ethics, Chairman
Agriculture
Armed Services
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

12

Granger, Kay

R

202-225-5071

Appropriations

13

Thornberry, Mac

R

202-225-3706

Armed Services
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

14

Weber, Randy

R

202-225-2831

Foreign Affairs
Science, Space, and Technology

15

Hinojosa, Rubén

D

202-225-2531

Education and the Workforce
Financial Services

16

O’Rourke, Beto

D

202-225-4831

Homeland Security
Veterans’ Affairs

17

Flores, Bill

R

202-225-6105

Budget
Natural Resources
Veterans’ Affairs

18

Jackson Lee, Sheila

D

202-225-3816

Homeland Security
Judiciary

19

Neugebauer, Randy

R

202-225-4005

Agriculture
Financial Services
Science, Space, and Technology

20

Castro, Joaquin

D

202-225-3236

Armed Services
Foreign Affairs

21

Smith, Lamar

R

202-225-4236

Science, Space, and Technology, Chairman
Homeland Security
Judiciary

22

Olson, Pete

R

202-225-5951

Energy and Commerce

23

Gallego, Pete

D

202-225-4511

Agriculture
Armed Services

24

Marchant, Kenny

R

202-225-6605

Education and the Workforce
Ways and Means

25

Williams, Roger

R

202-225-9896

Budget
Transportation and Infrastructure

26

Burgess, Michael

R

202-225-7772

Energy and Commerce
Rules

27

Farenthold, Blake

R

202-225-7742

Judiciary
Oversight and Government Reform
Transportation and Infrastructure

28

Cuellar, Henry

D

202-225-1640

Appropriations

29

Green, Gene

D

202-225-1688

Energy and Commerce

30

Johnson, Eddie Bernice

D

202-225-8885

Science, Space, and Technology
Transportation and Infrastructure

31

Carter, John

R

202-225-3864

Appropriations

32

Sessions, Pete

R

202-225-2231

Rules, Chairman

33

Veasey, Marc

D

202-225-9897

Armed Services
Science, Space, and Technology

34

Vela, Filemon

D

202-225-9901

Agriculture
Homeland Security

35

Doggett, Lloyd

D

202-225-4865

Ways and Means

36

Stockman, Steve

R

202-225-1555

Foreign Affairs
Science, Space, and Technology

Utah

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Bishop, Rob

R

202-225-0453

Armed Services
Natural Resources
Rules

2

Stewart, Chris

R

202-225-9730

Homeland Security
Natural Resources
Science, Space, and Technology

3

Chaffetz, Jason

R

202-225-7751

Homeland Security
Judiciary
Oversight and Government Reform

4

Matheson, Jim

D

202-225-3011

Energy and Commerce

Vermont

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Welch, Peter

D

202-225-4115

Energy and Commerce
Oversight and Government Reform

Virgin Islands

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Christensen, Donna M.,

D

202-225-1790

Energy and Commerce

Virginia

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Wittman, Robert J.

R

202-225-4261

Armed Services
Natural Resources

2

Rigell, Scott

R

202-225-4215

Armed Services
Budget

3

Scott, Robert C.

D

202-225-8351

Education and the Workforce
Judiciary

4

Forbes, J. Randy

R

202-225-6365

Armed Services
Judiciary

5

Hurt, Robert

R

202-225-4711

Financial Services

6

Goodlatte, Bob

R

202-225-5431

Judiciary, Chairman
Agriculture

7

Cantor, Eric

R

202-225-2815

Majority Leader

8

Moran, James

D

202-225-4376

Appropriations

9

Griffith, Morgan

R

202-225-3861

Energy and Commerce

10

Wolf, Frank

R

202-225-5136

Appropriations

11

Connolly, Gerald E. “Gerry”

D

202-225-1492

Foreign Affairs
Oversight and Government Reform

Washington

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

DelBene, Suzan

D

202-225-6311

Agriculture
Judiciary

2

Larsen, Rick

D

202-225-2605

Armed Services
Transportation and Infrastructure

3

Herrera Beutler, Jaime

R

202-225-3536

Appropriations
Small Business

4

Hastings, Doc

R

202-225-5816

Natural Resources, Chairman
Oversight and Government Reform

5

McMorris Rodgers, Cathy

R

202-225-2006

Energy and Commerce

6

Kilmer, Derek

D

202-225-5916

Armed Services
Science, Space, and Technology

7

McDermott, Jim

D

202-225-3106

Budget
Ways and Means

8

Reichert, David G.

R

202-225-7761

Ways and Means

9

Smith, Adam

D

202-225-8901

Armed Services

10

Heck, Denny

D

202-225-9740

Financial Services

West Virginia

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

McKinley, David

R

202-225-4172

Energy and Commerce

2

Capito, Shelley Moore

R

202-225-2711

Financial Services
Transportation and Infrastructure

3

Rahall, Nick

D

202-225-3452

Transportation and Infrastructure

Wisconsin

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Ryan, Paul

R

202-225-3031

Budget, Chairman
Ways and Means

2

Pocan, Mark

D

202-225-2906

Budget
Oversight and Government Reform

3

Kind, Ron

D

202-225-5506

Ways and Means

4

Moore, Gwen

D

202-225-4572

Budget
Financial Services

5

Sensenbrenner, F. James

R

202-225-5101

Judiciary
Science, Space, and Technology

6

Petri, Thomas

R

202-225-2476

Education and the Workforce
Transportation and Infrastructure

7

Duffy, Sean P.

R

202-225-3365

Budget
Financial Services

8

Ribble, Reid

R

202-225-5665

Agriculture
Budget
Transportation and Infrastructure

Wyoming

District

Name/Webpage

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Lummis, Cynthia M.

R

202-225-2311

Natural Resources
Oversight and Government Reform
Science, Space, and Technology

House of Representative Phone Numbers and Committee Assignments

Alabama

District

Name

Party

Phone

                Committee Assignment

1

Bonner, Jo

R

202-225-4931

Appropriations

2

Roby, Martha

R

202-225-2901

Agriculture
Armed Services
Education and the Workforce

3

Rogers (AL), Mike

R

202-225-3261

Agriculture
Armed Services
Homeland Security

4

Aderholt, Robert

R

202-225-4876

Appropriations

5

Brooks, Mo

R

202-225-4801

Armed Services
Foreign Affairs
Science, Space, and Technology

6

Bachus, Spencer

R

202-225-4921

Financial Services
Judiciary

7

Sewell, Terri A.

D

202-225-2665

Financial Services
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

Alaska

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Young, Don

R

202-225-5765

Natural Resources
Transportation and Infrastructure

American Samoa

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Faleomavaega, Eni F. H.

D

202-225-8577

Foreign Affairs
Natural Resources

Arizona

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Kirkpatrick, Ann

D

202-225-3361

Transportation and Infrastructure
Veterans’ Affairs

2

Barber, Ron

D

202-225-2542

Armed Services
Homeland Security
Small Business

3

Grijalva, Raul

D

202-225-2435

Education and the Workforce
Natural Resources

4

Gosar, Paul A.

R

202-225-2315

Natural Resources
Oversight and Government Reform

5

Salmon, Matt

R

202-225-2635

Education and the Workforce
Foreign Affairs

6

Schweikert, David

R

202-225-2190

Science, Space, and Technology
Small Business

7

Pastor, Ed

D

202-225-4065

Appropriations
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

8

Franks, Trent

R

202-225-4576

Armed Services
Judiciary

9

Sinema, Kyrsten

D

202-225-9888

Financial Services

Arkansas

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Crawford, Rick

R

202-225-4076

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure

2

Griffin, Tim

R

202-225-2506

Ways and Means

3

Womack, Steve

R

202-225-4301

Appropriations

4

Cotton, Tom

R

202-225-3772

Financial Services
Foreign Affairs

California

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

LaMalfa, Doug

R

202-225-3076

Agriculture
Natural Resources

2

Huffman, Jared

D

202-225-5161

Budget
Natural Resources

3

Garamendi, John

D

202-225-1880

Agriculture
Armed Services
Transportation and Infrastructure

4

McClintock, Tom

R

202-225-2511

Budget
Natural Resources

5

Thompson, Mike

D

202-225-3311

Ways and Means
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

6

Matsui, Doris O.

D

202-225-7163

Energy and Commerce

7

Bera, Ami

D

202-225-5716

Foreign Affairs
Science, Space, and Technology

8

Cook, Paul

R

202-225-5861

Armed Services
Foreign Affairs
Veterans’ Affairs

9

McNerney, Jerry

D

202-225-1947

Energy and Commerce

10

Denham, Jeff

R

202-225-4540

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure
Veterans’ Affairs

11

Miller, George

D

202-225-2095

Education and the Workforce

12

Pelosi, Nancy

D

202-225-4965

Democratic Leader

13

Lee, Barbara

D

202-225-2661

Appropriations
Budget

14

Speier, Jackie

D

202-225-3531

Armed Services
Oversight and Government Reform

15

Swalwell, Eric

D

202-225-5065

Homeland Security
Science, Space, and Technology

16

Costa, Jim

D

202-225-3341

Agriculture
Natural Resources

17

Honda, Mike

D

202-225-2631

Appropriations

18

Eshoo, Anna G.

D

202-225-8104

Energy and Commerce

19

Lofgren, Zoe

D

202-225-3072

House Administration
Judiciary
Science, Space, and Technology

20

Farr, Sam

D

202-225-2861

Appropriations

21

Valadao, David

R

202-225-4695

Appropriations

22

Nunes, Devin

R

202-225-2523

Ways and Means
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

23

McCarthy, Kevin

R

202-225-2915

Majority Whip
Financial Services

24

Capps, Lois

D

202-225-3601

Energy and Commerce

25

McKeon, Buck

R

202-225-1956

Armed Services, Chairman
Education and the Workforce

26

Brownley, Julia

D

202-225-5811

Science, Space, and Technology
Veterans’ Affairs

27

Chu, Judy

D

202-225-5464

Judiciary
Small Business

28

Schiff, Adam

D

202-225-4176

Appropriations
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

29

Cárdenas, Tony

D

202-225-6131

Budget
Natural Resources
Oversight and Government Reform

30

Sherman, Brad

D

202-225-5911

Financial Services
Foreign Affairs

31

Miller, Gary

R

202-225-3201

Financial Services
Transportation and Infrastructure

32

Napolitano, Grace

D

202-225-5256

Natural Resources
Transportation and Infrastructure

33

Waxman, Henry

D

202-225-3976

Energy and Commerce

34

Becerra, Xavier

D

202-225-6235

Ways and Means

35

Negrete McLeod, Gloria

D

202-225-6161

Agriculture
Veterans’ Affairs

36

Ruiz, Raul

D

202-225-5330

Natural Resources
Veterans’ Affairs

37

Bass, Karen

D

202-225-7084

Foreign Affairs
Judiciary

38

Sanchez, Linda

D

202-225-6676

Ethics
Ways and Means

39

Royce, Ed

R

202-225-4111

Foreign Affairs, Chairman
Financial Services

40

Roybal-Allard, Lucille

D

202-225-1766

Appropriations

41

Takano, Mark

D

202-225-2305

Science, Space, and Technology
Veterans’ Affairs

42

Calvert, Ken

R

202-225-1986

Appropriations
Budget

43

Waters, Maxine

D

202-225-2201

Financial Services

44

Hahn, Janice

D

202-225-8220

Small Business
Transportation and Infrastructure

45

Campbell, John

R

202-225-5611

Budget
Financial Services

46

Sanchez, Loretta

D

202-225-2965

Armed Services
Homeland Security

47

Lowenthal, Alan

D

202-225-7924

Foreign Affairs
Natural Resources

48

Rohrabacher, Dana

R

202-225-2415

Foreign Affairs
Science, Space, and Technology

49

Issa, Darrell

R

202-225-3906

Oversight and Government Reform, Chairman
Judiciary

50

Hunter, Duncan D.

R

202-225-5672

Armed Services
Education and the Workforce
Transportation and Infrastructure

51

Vargas, Juan

D

202-225-8045

Agriculture
Foreign Affairs
House Administration

52

Peters, Scott

D

202-225-0508

Armed Services
Science, Space, and Technology

53

Davis, Susan

D

202-225-2040

Armed Services
Education and the Workforce

Colorado

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

DeGette, Diana

D

202-225-4431

Energy and Commerce

2

Polis, Jared

D

202-225-2161

Education and the Workforce
Rules

3

Tipton, Scott

R

202-225-4761

Agriculture
Natural Resources
Small Business

4

Gardner, Cory

R

202-225-4676

Energy and Commerce

5

Lamborn, Doug

R

202-225-4422

Armed Services
Natural Resources
Veterans’ Affairs

6

Coffman, Mike

R

202-225-7882

Armed Services
Small Business
Veterans’ Affairs

7

Perlmutter, Ed

D

202-225-2645

Financial Services

Connecticut

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Larson, John B.

D

202-225-2265

Ways and Means

2

Courtney, Joe

D

202-225-2076

Agriculture
Armed Services
Education and the Workforce

3

DeLauro, Rosa L.

D

202-225-3661

Appropriations

4

Himes, Jim

D

202-225-5541

Financial Services
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

5

Esty, Elizabeth

D

202-225-4476

Science, Space, and Technology
Transportation and Infrastructure

Delaware

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Carney, John

D

202-225-4165

Financial Services

District of Columbia

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Norton, Eleanor Holmes

D

202-225-8050

Oversight and Government Reform
Transportation and Infrastructure

Florida

District

Name

Party

Phone

                          Committee Assignment

1

Miller, Jeff

R

202-225-4136

Veterans’ Affairs, Chairman
Armed Services
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

2

Southerland, Steve

R

202-225-5235

Natural Resources
Transportation and Infrastructure

3

Yoho, Ted

R

202-225-5744

Agriculture
Foreign Affairs

4

Crenshaw, Ander

R

202-225-2501

Appropriations

5

Brown, Corrine

D

202-225-0123

Transportation and Infrastructure
Veterans’ Affairs

6

DeSantis, Ron

R

202-225-2706

Foreign Affairs
Judiciary
Oversight and Government Reform

7

Mica, John

R

202-225-4035

Oversight and Government Reform
Transportation and Infrastructure

8

Posey, Bill

R

202-225-3671

Financial Services
Science, Space, and Technology

9

Grayson, Alan

D

202-225-9889

Foreign Affairs
Science, Space, and Technology

10

Webster, Daniel

R

202-225-2176

Rules
Transportation and Infrastructure

11

Nugent, Richard

R

202-225-1002

Armed Services
House Administration
Rules

12

Bilirakis, Gus M.

R

202-225-5755

Energy and Commerce
Veterans’ Affairs

13

Young, C.W. Bill

R

202-225-5961

Appropriations

14

Castor, Kathy

D

202-225-3376

Budget
Energy and Commerce

15

Ross, Dennis

R

202-225-1252

Financial Services

16

Buchanan, Vern

R

202-225-5015

Ways and Means

17

Rooney, Tom

R

202-225-5792

Appropriations
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

18

Murphy, Patrick

D

202-225-3026

Financial Services
Small Business

19

Radel, Trey

R

202-225-2536

Foreign Affairs
Transportation and Infrastructure

20

Hastings, Alcee L.

D

202-225-1313

Rules

21

Deutch, Ted

D

202-225-3001

Ethics
Foreign Affairs
Judiciary

22

Frankel, Lois

D

202-225-9890

Foreign Affairs
Transportation and Infrastructure

23

Wasserman Schultz, Debbie

D

202-225-7931

Appropriations

24

Wilson, Frederica

D

202-225-4506

Education and the Workforce
Science, Space, and Technology

25

Diaz-Balart, Mario

R

202-225-4211

Appropriations

26

Garcia, Joe

D

202-225-2778

Judiciary
Natural Resources

27

Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana

R

202-225-3931

Foreign Affairs
Rules

Georgia

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Kingston, Jack

R

202-225-5831

Appropriations

2

Bishop Jr., Sanford D.

D

202-225-3631

Appropriations

3

Westmoreland, Lynn A.

R

202-225-5901

Financial Services
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

4

Johnson, Henry C. “Hank” Jr.

D

202-225-1605

Armed Services
Judiciary

5

Lewis, John

D

202-225-3801

Ways and Means

6

Price, Tom

R

202-225-4501

Budget
Education and the Workforce
Ways and Means

7

Woodall, Robert

R

202-225-4272

Budget
Oversight and Government Reform
Rules

8

Scott, Austin

R

202-225-6531

Agriculture
Armed Services

9

Collins, Doug

R

202-225-9893

Foreign Affairs
Judiciary
Oversight and Government Reform

10

Broun, Paul C.

R

202-225-4101

Homeland Security
Natural Resources
Science, Space, and Technology

11

Gingrey, Phil

R

202-225-2931

Energy and Commerce
House Administration

12

Barrow, John

D

202-225-2823

Energy and Commerce

13

Scott, David

D

202-225-2939

Agriculture
Financial Services

14

Graves, Tom

R

202-225-5211

Appropriations

Guam

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Bordallo, Madeleine

D

202-225-1188

Armed Services
Natural Resources

Hawaii

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Hanabusa, Colleen

D

202-225-2726

Armed Services
Natural Resources

2

Gabbard, Tulsi

D

202-225-4906

Foreign Affairs
Homeland Security

Idaho

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Labrador, Raul R.

R

202-225-6611

Judiciary
Natural Resources

2

Simpson, Mike

R

202-225-5531

Appropriations

Illinois

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Rush, Bobby L.

D

202-225-4372

Energy and Commerce

2

Kelly, Robin

D

202-225-0773

Oversight and Government Reform
Science, Space, and Technology

3

Lipinski, Daniel

D

202-225-5701

Science, Space, and Technology
Transportation and Infrastructure

4

Gutierrez, Luis

D

202-225-8203

Judiciary
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

5

Quigley, Mike

D

202-225-4061

Appropriations

6

Roskam, Peter J.

R

202-225-4561

Ways and Means

7

Davis, Danny K.

D

202-225-5006

Oversight and Government Reform
Ways and Means

8

Duckworth, Tammy

D

202-225-3711

Armed Services
Oversight and Government Reform

9

Schakowsky, Jan

D

202-225-2111

Energy and Commerce
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

10

Schneider, Brad

D

202-225-4835

Foreign Affairs
Small Business

11

Foster, Bill

D

202-225-3515

Financial Services

12

Enyart, William

D

202-225-5661

Agriculture
Armed Services

13

Davis, Rodney

R

202-225-2371

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure

14

Hultgren, Randy

R

202-225-2976

Financial Services
Science, Space, and Technology

15

Shimkus, John

R

202-225-5271

Energy and Commerce

16

Kinzinger, Adam

R

202-225-3635

Energy and Commerce
Foreign Affairs

17

Bustos, Cheri

D

202-225-5905

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure

18

Schock, Aaron

R

202-225-6201

House Administration
Ways and Means

Indiana

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Visclosky, Peter

D

202-225-2461

Appropriations

2

Walorski, Jackie

R

202-225-3915

Armed Services
Budget
Veterans’ Affairs

3

Stutzman, Marlin

R

202-225-4436

Financial Services

4

Rokita, Todd

R

202-225-5037

Budget
Education and the Workforce
House Administration

5

Brooks, Susan W.

R

202-225-2276

Education and the Workforce
Ethics
Homeland Security

6

Messer, Luke

R

202-225-3021

Budget
Education and the Workforce
Foreign Affairs

7

Carson, André

D

202-225-4011

Armed Services
Transportation and Infrastructure

8

Bucshon, Larry

R

202-225-4636

Education and the Workforce
Science, Space, and Technology
Transportation and Infrastructure

9

Young, Todd

R

202-225-5315

Ways and Means

Iowa

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Braley, Bruce L.

D

202-225-2911

Energy and Commerce

2

Loebsack, David

D

202-225-6576

Armed Services
Education and the Workforce

3

Latham, Tom

R

202-225-5476

Appropriations

4

King, Steve

R

202-225-4426

Agriculture
Judiciary
Small Business

Kansas

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Huelskamp, Tim

R

202-225-2715

Small Business
Veterans’ Affairs

2

Jenkins, Lynn

R

202-225-6601

Ways and Means

3

Yoder, Kevin

R

202-225-2865

Appropriations

4

Pompeo, Mike

R

202-225-6216

Energy and Commerce
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

Kentucky

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Whitfield, Ed

R

202-225-3115

Energy and Commerce

2

Guthrie, S. Brett

R

202-225-3501

Education and the Workforce
Energy and Commerce

3

Yarmuth, John A.

D

202-225-5401

Budget
Education and the Workforce

4

Massie, Thomas

R

202-225-3465

Oversight and Government Reform
Science, Space, and Technology
Transportation and Infrastructure

5

Rogers, Harold

R

202-225-4601

Appropriations, Chairman

6

Barr, Andy

R

202-225-4706

Financial Services

Louisiana

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Scalise, Steve

R

202-225-3015

Energy and Commerce

2

Richmond, Cedric

D

202-225-6636

Homeland Security
Judiciary

3

Boustany Jr., Charles W.

R

202-225-2031

Ways and Means

4

Fleming, John

R

202-225-2777

Armed Services
Natural Resources

5

Alexander, Rodney

R

202-225-8490

Appropriations

6

Cassidy, William

R

202-225-3901

Energy and Commerce

Maine

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Pingree, Chellie

D

202-225-6116

Appropriations

2

Michaud, Michael

D

202-225-6306

Transportation and Infrastructure
Veterans’ Affairs

Maryland

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Harris, Andy

R

202-225-5311

Appropriations

2

Ruppersberger, Dutch

D

202-225-3061

Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

3

Sarbanes, John P.

D

202-225-4016

Energy and Commerce

4

Edwards, Donna F.

D

202-225-8699

Science, Space, and Technology
Transportation and Infrastructure

5

Hoyer, Steny H.

D

202-225-4131

Democratic Whip

6

Delaney, John

D

202-225-2721

Financial Services

7

Cummings, Elijah

D

202-225-4741

Oversight and Government Reform
Transportation and Infrastructure

8

Van Hollen, Chris

D

202-225-5341

Budget

Massachusetts

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Neal, Richard E.

D

202-225-5601

Ways and Means

2

McGovern, James

D

202-225-6101

Agriculture
Rules

3

Tsongas, Niki

D

202-225-3411

Armed Services
Natural Resources

4

Kennedy III, Joseph P.

D

202-225-5931

Foreign Affairs
Science, Space, and Technology

5

Markey, Ed

D

202-225-2836

Energy and Commerce
Natural Resources

6

Tierney, John

D

202-225-8020

Education and the Workforce
Oversight and Government Reform

7

Capuano, Michael E.

D

202-225-5111

Ethics
Financial Services
Transportation and Infrastructure

8

Lynch, Stephen F.

D

202-225-8273

Financial Services
Oversight and Government Reform

9

Keating, William

D

202-225-3111

Foreign Affairs
Homeland Security

Michigan

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Benishek, Dan

R

202-225-4735

Agriculture
Natural Resources
Veterans’ Affairs

2

Huizenga, Bill

R

202-225-4401

Financial Services

3

Amash, Justin

R

202-225-3831

Oversight and Government Reform

4

Camp, Dave

R

202-225-3561

Ways and Means, Chairman

5

Kildee, Daniel

D

202-225-3611

Financial Services

6

Upton, Fred

R

202-225-3761

Energy and Commerce, Chairman

7

Walberg, Tim

R

202-225-6276

Education and the Workforce
Oversight and Government Reform

8

Rogers (MI), Mike

R

202-225-4872

Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Chairman
Energy and Commerce

9

Levin, Sander

D

202-225-4961

Ways and Means

10

Miller, Candice

R

202-225-2106

House Administration, Chairman
Homeland Security
Transportation and Infrastructure

11

Bentivolio, Kerry

R

202-225-8171

Oversight and Government Reform
Small Business

12

Dingell, John

D

202-225-4071

Energy and Commerce

13

Conyers Jr., John

D

202-225-5126

Judiciary

14

Peters, Gary

D

202-225-5802

Financial Services

Minnesota

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Walz, Timothy J.

D

202-225-2472

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure
Veterans’ Affairs

2

Kline, John

R

202-225-2271

Education and the Workforce, Chairman
Armed Services

3

Paulsen, Erik

R

202-225-2871

Ways and Means

4

McCollum, Betty

D

202-225-6631

Appropriations

5

Ellison, Keith

D

202-225-4755

Financial Services

6

Bachmann, Michele

R

202-225-2331

Financial Services
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

7

Peterson, Collin C.

D

202-225-2165

Agriculture

8

Nolan, Rick

D

202-225-6211

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure

Mississippi

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Nunnelee, Alan

R

202-225-4306

Appropriations
Budget

2

Thompson, Bennie G.

D

202-225-5876

Homeland Security

3

Harper, Gregg

R

202-225-5031

Energy and Commerce
House Administration

4

Palazzo, Steven

R

202-225-5772

Armed Services
Homeland Security
Science, Space, and Technology

Missouri

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Clay Jr., William “Lacy”

D

202-225-2406

Financial Services
Oversight and Government Reform

2

Wagner, Ann

R

202-225-1621

Financial Services

3

Luetkemeyer, Blaine

R

202-225-2956

Financial Services
Small Business

4

Hartzler, Vicky

R

202-225-2876

Agriculture
Armed Services
Budget

5

Cleaver, Emanuel

D

202-225-4535

Financial Services

6

Graves, Sam

R

202-225-7041

Small Business, Chairman
Transportation and Infrastructure

7

Long, Billy

R

202-225-6536

Energy and Commerce

8

Smith, Jason

R

202-225-4404

Montana

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Daines, Steve

R

202-225-3211

Homeland Security
Natural Resources
Transportation and Infrastructure

Nebraska

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Fortenberry, Jeff

R

202-225-4806

Appropriations

2

Terry, Lee

R

202-225-4155

Energy and Commerce

3

Smith, Adrian

R

202-225-6435

Ways and Means

Nevada

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Titus, Dina

D

202-225-5965

Transportation and Infrastructure
Veterans’ Affairs

2

Amodei, Mark

R

202-225-6155

Judiciary
Natural Resources
Veterans’ Affairs

3

Heck, Joe

R

202-225-3252

Armed Services
Education and the Workforce
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

4

Horsford, Steven

D

202-225-9894

Homeland Security
Natural Resources
Oversight and Government Reform

New Hampshire

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Shea-Porter, Carol

D

202-225-5456

Armed Services
Natural Resources

2

Kuster, Ann

D

202-225-5206

Agriculture
Small Business
Veterans’ Affairs

New Jersey

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Andrews, Robert E.

D

202-225-6501

Armed Services
Education and the Workforce

2

LoBiondo, Frank

R

202-225-6572

Armed Services
Transportation and Infrastructure
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

3

Runyan, Jon

R

202-225-4765

Armed Services
Natural Resources
Veterans’ Affairs

4

Smith, Chris

R

202-225-3765

, Co-Chair
Foreign Affairs

5

Garrett, Scott

R

202-225-4465

Budget
Financial Services

6

Pallone Jr., Frank

D

202-225-4671

Energy and Commerce
Natural Resources

7

Lance, Leonard

R

202-225-5361

Energy and Commerce

8

Sires, Albio

D

202-225-7919

Foreign Affairs
Transportation and Infrastructure

9

Pascrell Jr., Bill

D

202-225-5751

Budget
Ways and Means

10

Payne Jr., Donald

D

202-225-3436

Homeland Security
Small Business

11

Frelinghuysen, Rodney

R

202-225-5034

Appropriations

12

Holt, Rush

D

202-225-5801

Education and the Workforce
Natural Resources

New Mexico

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Lujan Grisham, Michelle

D

202-225-6316

Agriculture
Budget
Oversight and Government Reform

2

Pearce, Steve

R

202-225-2365

Financial Services

3

Lujan, Ben R.

D

202-225-6190

Energy and Commerce

New York

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Bishop, Timothy

D

202-225-3826

Education and the Workforce
Transportation and Infrastructure

2

King, Pete

R

202-225-7896

Financial Services
Homeland Security
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

3

Israel, Steve

D

202-225-3335

4

McCarthy, Carolyn

D

202-225-5516

Education and the Workforce
Financial Services

5

Meeks, Gregory W.

D

202-225-3461

Financial Services
Foreign Affairs

6

Meng, Grace

D

202-225-2601

Foreign Affairs
Small Business

7

Velázquez, Nydia M.

D

202-225-2361

Financial Services
Small Business

8

Jeffries, Hakeem

D

202-225-5936

Budget
Judiciary

9

Clarke, Yvette D.

D

202-225-6231

Ethics
Homeland Security
Small Business

10

Nadler, Jerrold

D

202-225-5635

Judiciary
Transportation and Infrastructure

11

Grimm, Michael

R

202-225-3371

Financial Services

12

Maloney, Carolyn

D

202-225-7944

Financial Services
Oversight and Government Reform

13

Rangel, Charles B.

D

202-225-4365

Ways and Means

14

Crowley, Joseph

D

202-225-3965

Ways and Means

15

Serrano, José E.

D

202-225-4361

Appropriations

16

Engel, Eliot

D

202-225-2464

Energy and Commerce
Foreign Affairs

17

Lowey, Nita

D

202-225-6506

Appropriations

18

Maloney, Sean Patrick

D

202-225-5441

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure

19

Gibson, Chris

R

202-225-5614

Agriculture
Armed Services

20

Tonko, Paul D.

D

202-225-5076

Energy and Commerce

21

Owens, Bill

D

202-225-4611

Appropriations

22

Hanna, Richard

R

202-225-3665

Small Business
Transportation and Infrastructure

23

Reed, Tom

R

202-225-3161

Ways and Means

24

Maffei, Daniel

D

202-225-3701

Armed Services
Science, Space, and Technology

25

Slaughter, Louise

D

202-225-3615

Rules

26

Higgins, Brian

D

202-225-3306

Foreign Affairs
Homeland Security

27

Collins, Chris

R

202-225-5265

Agriculture
Small Business

North Carolina

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Butterfield, G.K.

D

202-225-3101

Energy and Commerce

2

Ellmers, Renee

R

202-225-4531

Energy and Commerce

3

Jones, Walter B.

R

202-225-3415

Armed Services

4

Price, David

D

202-225-1784

Appropriations

5

Foxx, Virginia

R

202-225-2071

Education and the Workforce
Rules

6

Coble, Howard

R

202-225-3065

Judiciary
Transportation and Infrastructure

7

McIntyre, Mike

D

202-225-2731

Agriculture
Armed Services

8

Hudson, Richard

R

202-225-3715

Agriculture
Education and the Workforce
Homeland Security

9

Pittenger, Robert

R

202-225-1976

Financial Services

10

McHenry, Patrick T.

R

202-225-2576

Financial Services
Oversight and Government Reform

11

Meadows, Mark

R

202-225-6401

Foreign Affairs
Oversight and Government Reform
Transportation and Infrastructure

12

Watt, Mel

D

202-225-1510

Financial Services
Judiciary

13

Holding, George

R

202-225-3032

Foreign Affairs
Judiciary

North Dakota

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Cramer, Kevin

R

202-225-2611

Natural Resources
Science, Space, and Technology

Northern Mariana Islands

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Sablan, Gregorio

D

202-225-2646

Education and the Workforce
Natural Resources

Ohio

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Chabot, Steve

R

202-225-2216

Foreign Affairs
Judiciary
Small Business

2

Wenstrup, Brad

R

202-225-3164

Armed Services
Veterans’ Affairs

3

Beatty, Joyce

D

202-225-4324

Financial Services

4

Jordan, Jim

R

202-225-2676

Judiciary
Oversight and Government Reform

5

Latta, Robert E.

R

202-225-6405

Energy and Commerce

6

Johnson, Bill

R

202-225-5705

Energy and Commerce

7

Gibbs, Bob

R

202-225-6265

Agriculture
Transportation and Infrastructure

8

Boehner, John A.

R

202-225-6205

The Speaker

9

Kaptur, Marcy

D

202-225-4146

Appropriations

10

Turner, Michael

R

202-225-6465

Armed Services
Oversight and Government Reform

11

Fudge, Marcia L.

D

202-225-7032

Agriculture
Education and the Workforce

12

Tiberi, Pat

R

202-225-5355

Ways and Means

13

Ryan, Tim

D

202-225-5261

Appropriations
Budget

14

Joyce, David

R

202-225-5731

Appropriations

15

Stivers, Steve

R

202-225-2015

Financial Services

16

Renacci, Jim

R

202-225-3876

Ways and Means

Oklahoma

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Bridenstine, Jim

R

202-225-2211

Armed Services
Science, Space, and Technology

2

Mullin, Markwayne

R

202-225-2701

Natural Resources
Transportation and Infrastructure

3

Lucas, Frank

R

202-225-5565

Agriculture, Chairman
Financial Services
Science, Space, and Technology

4

Cole, Tom

R

202-225-6165

Appropriations
Budget
Rules

5

Lankford, James

R

202-225-2132

Budget
Oversight and Government Reform

Oregon

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Bonamici, Suzanne

D

202-225-0855

Education and the Workforce
Science, Space, and Technology

2

Walden, Greg

R

202-225-6730

Energy and Commerce

3

Blumenauer, Earl

D

202-225-4811

Budget
Ways and Means

4

DeFazio, Peter

D

202-225-6416

Natural Resources
Transportation and Infrastructure

5

Schrader, Kurt

D

202-225-5711

Agriculture
Budget
Small Business

Pennsylvania

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Brady, Robert

D

202-225-4731

Armed Services
House Administration

2

Fattah, Chaka

D

202-225-4001

Appropriations

3

Kelly, Mike

R

202-225-5406

Ways and Means

4

Perry, Scott

R

202-225-5836

Foreign Affairs
Homeland Security
Transportation and Infrastructure

5

Thompson, Glenn W.

R

202-225-5121

Agriculture
Education and the Workforce
Natural Resources

6

Gerlach, Jim

R

202-225-4315

Ways and Means

7

Meehan, Pat

R

202-225-2011

Ethics
Homeland Security
Oversight and Government Reform
Transportation and Infrastructure

8

Fitzpatrick, Michael G.

R

202-225-4276

Financial Services

9

Shuster, Bill

R

202-225-2431

Transportation and Infrastructure, Chairman
Armed Services

10

Marino, Tom

R

202-225-3731

Foreign Affairs
Homeland Security
Judiciary

11

Barletta, Lou

R

202-225-6511

Education and the Workforce
Homeland Security
Transportation and Infrastructure

12

Rothfus, Keith

R

202-225-2065

Financial Services

13

Schwartz, Allyson Y.

D

202-225-6111

Budget
Ways and Means

14

Doyle, Mike

D

202-225-2135

Energy and Commerce

15

Dent, Charles W.

R

202-225-6411

Appropriations
Ethics

16

Pitts, Joseph R.

R

202-225-2411

Energy and Commerce

17

Cartwright, Matthew

D

202-225-5546

Natural Resources
Oversight and Government Reform

18

Murphy, Tim

R

202-225-2301

Energy and Commerce

Puerto Rico

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Pierluisi, Pedro

D

202-225-2615

Ethics
Judiciary
Natural Resources

Rhode Island

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Cicilline, David

D

202-225-4911

Budget
Foreign Affairs

2

Langevin, Jim

D

202-225-2735

Armed Services
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

South Carolina

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Sanford, Mark

R

202-225-3176

2

Wilson, Joe

R

202-225-2452

Armed Services
Education and the Workforce
Foreign Affairs

3

Duncan, Jeff

R

202-225-5301

Foreign Affairs
Homeland Security
Natural Resources

4

Gowdy, Trey

R

202-225-6030

Education and the Workforce
Ethics
Judiciary
Oversight and Government Reform

5

Mulvaney, Mick

R

202-225-5501

Financial Services
Small Business

6

Clyburn, James E.

D

202-225-3315

Assistant Democratic Leader

7

Rice, Tom

R

202-225-9895

Budget
Small Business
Transportation and Infrastructure

South Dakota

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

At Large

Noem, Kristi

R

202-225-2801

Agriculture
Armed Services

Tennessee

District

Name

Party

Phone

Committee Assignment

1

Roe, Phil

R

202-225-6356

Education and the Workforce
Veterans’ Affairs

2

Duncan Jr., John J.

R

202-225-5435

Oversight and Government Reform
Transportation and Infrastructure

3

Fleischmann, Chuck

R

202-225-3271

Appropriations