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Congressional Western Caucus

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Congressional Western Caucus
Formation1993
Headquarters2057 Rayburn HOB Washington, D.C.
Chairman
Rep. Paul Gosar (politician) (AZ-04)
Websitewesterncaucus.house.gov

The Congressional Western Caucus is a bipartisan caucus within the United States House of Representatives currently composed of 74 Members of Congress.[1] Former Representatives James V. Hansen, Bob Stump, Joe Skeen and Barbara Vucanovich founded the Congressional Western Caucus in 1993 during the 103rd Congress.

Members

  1. Ralph Abraham (LA-05)
  2. Mark Amodei (NV-02)
  3. Kelly Armstrong (ND-At Large)
  4. Brian Babin (TX-36)
  5.  Jim Baird (IN-04)
  6. Jim Banks (IN-03)
  7. Andy Biggs (AZ-05)
  8. Rob Bishop (UT-01)
  9. Kevin Brady (TX-08)
  10. Ken Buck (CO-04)
  11. Larry Bucshon (IN-08)
  12. Ken Calvert (CA-42)
  13. Liz Cheney (WY-AL)
  14. Michael Cloud (TX-27)
  15. James Comer (KY-01)
  16. Paul Cook (CA-08)
  17. Rick Crawford (AR-01)
  18. John Curtis (UT-03)
  19. Jeff Duncan (SC-03)
  20. Tom Emmer (MN-06)
  21. Ron Estes (KS-04)
  22. Russ Fulcher (ID-01)
  23. Greg Gianforte (MT-AL)
  24. Bob Gibbs (OH-07)
  25. Louie Gohmert (TX-01)
  26. Jenniffer Gonzalez (PR-At Large)
  27. Paul Gosar (AZ-04)
  28. Garret Graves (LA-06)
  29. Morgan Griffith (VA-09)
  30. Vicky Hartzler (MO-04)
  31. Kevin Hern (OK-01)
  32. Jaime Herrera Beutler (WA-03)
  33. Duncan D. Hunter (CA-50)
  34. Bill Johnson (OH-06)
  35. Dusty Johnson (SD-At Large)
  36. Mike Johnson (LA-04)
  37. Jim Jordan (OH-04)
  38. David Joyce (OH-14)
  39. Mike Kelly (PA-16)
  40. Steve King (IA-04)
  41. Doug LaMalfa (CA-01)
  42. Doug Lamborn (CO-05)
  43. Debbie Lesko (AZ-08)
  44. Frank Lucas (OK-03)
  45. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-03)
  46. Roger Marshall (KS-01)
  47. Kevin McCarthy (CA-23)
  48. Tom McClintock (CA-04)
  49. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-05)
  50. Mark Meadows (NC-11)
  51. Alex Mooney (WV-02)
  52. Markwayne Mullin (OK-02)
  53. Dan Newhouse (WA-04)
  54. Ralph Norman (SC-05)
  55. Pete Olson (TX-22)
  56. Collin Peterson (MN-07)
  57. Amata Coleman Radewagen (AS- At Large)
  58. Tom Reed (NY-23)
  59. Phil Roe (TN-01)
  60. Chip Roy (TX-21)
  61. Steve Scalise (LA-01)
  62. Kurt Schrader (OR-05)
  63. David Schweikert (AZ-05)
  64. Mike Simpson (ID-02)
  65. Jason Smith (MO-08)
  66. Pete Stauber (MN-08)
  67. Chris Stewart (UT-02)
  68. Glenn Thompson (PA-05)
  69. Scott Tipton (CO-03)
  70. Greg Walden (OR-02)
  71.  Steve Watkins (KS-02)
  72. Bruce Westerman (AR-04)
  73. Steve Womack (AR-03)
  74. Don Young (AK-At Large)

Last updated: May 2, 2019[1]

References

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