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New Members of the 111th Congress

The 111th Congress convened today and new members (Roland Burris and Al Franken not among them) were sworn in to the House and Senate. Capitol Briefing provides you a quick guide to the new members below.


SENATE
Alaska
Mark Begich (D)
Colorado - Mark Udall (D)
Idaho - Jim Risch (R)
Nebraska - Mike Johanns (R)
New Hampshire - Jeanne Shaheen (D)
New Mexico - Tom Udall (D)
North Carolina - Kay Hagan (D)
Oregon - Jeff Merkley (D)
Virginia - Mark Warner (D)

HOUSE

ALABAMA
2 Bobby Bright (Montgomery)
5 Parker Griffith (Huntsville)

ARIZONA
1 Ann Kirkpatrick (Flagstaff)

CALIFORNIA
4 Tom McClintock (Roseville)
52 Duncan Hunter (Lakeside)

COLORADO
2 Jared Polis (Boulder)
4 Betsy Markey (Fort Collins)
6 Mike Coffman (Aurora)

CONNECTICUT
4 James A. Himes (Cos Cob)

FLORIDA
8 Alan Grayson (Orlando)
15 Bill Posey (Rockledge)
16 Thomas J. Rooney (Tequesta)
24 Suzanne M. Kosmas (New Smyrna Beach)

IDAHO
1 Walt Minnick (Boise)

ILLINOIS
11 Deborah L. Halvorson (Crete)
18 Aaron Schock (Peoria)

KANSAS
2 Lynn Jenkins (Topeka)

KENTUCKY
2 Brett Guthrie (Bowling Green)

LOUISIANA
2 Anh "Joseph" Cao (New Orleans)
4 John Fleming (Minden)
6 Bill Cassidy (Baton Rouge)

MAINE
1 Chellie Pingree (North Haven)

MARYLAND
1 Frank Kratovil, Jr. (Stevensville)

MICHIGAN
7 Mark H. Schauer (Battle Creek)
9 Gary C. Peters (Bloomfield Township)

MINNESOTA
3 Erik Paulsen (Eden Prairie)

MISSISSIPPI
3 Gregg Harper (Pearl)

MISSOURI
9 Blaine Luetkemeyer (St. Elizabeth)

NEVADA
3 Dina Titus (Las Vegas)

NEW JERSEY
3 John H. Adler (Cherry Hill)
7 Leonard Lance (Clinton Township)

NEW MEXICO
1 Martin Heinrich (Albuquerque)
2 Harry Teague (Hobbs)
3 Ben Ray Luján (é)

NEW YORK
13 Michael E. McMahon (Staten Island)
21 Paul Tonko (Amsterdam)
25 Daniel B. Maffei (DeWitt)
26 Christopher John Lee (Clarence)
29 Eric Massa (Corning)

NORTH CAROLINA
8 Larry Kissell (Biscoe)

OHIO
1 Steve Driehaus (Cincinnati)
7 Steve Austria (Beavercreek)
15 Mary Jo Kilroy (Columbus)
16 John A. Boccieri
(Alliance)

OREGON
5 Kurt Schrader (Canby)

PENNSYLVANIA
3 Kathleen A. Dahlkemper (Erie)
5 Glenn Thompson (Howard)

TENNESSEE
1 David P. Roe (Johnson City)

TEXAS
22 Pete Olson (Sugar Land)

UTAH
3 Jason Chaffetz (Alpine)

VIRGINIA
2 Glenn C. Nye (Norfolk)
5 Thomas S.P. Perriello (Charlottesville)
11 Gerald E. Connolly (Fairfax)

WYOMING
AT LARGE Cynthia M. Lummis (Cheyenne)

SOURCE: Clerk of the House of Representatives

By Paul Volpe  |  January 6, 2009; 4:00 PM ET
 
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Comments

slight correction...

Utah 3 - Jason Chaffetz

Texas 22 - Pete Olson

Posted by: aw5634 | January 6, 2009 5:27 PM | Report abuse

Alaska Senator - Mark Begich, D

Posted by: zeus2 | January 7, 2009 10:10 AM | Report abuse

what about Alaska? Not good pr for what some alaskaners call the eastern media elite to forget the last frontier (sorry, my mom lives there. It is a beautiful state).

Posted by: jameshauser | January 7, 2009 10:31 PM | Report abuse

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