109th Congress -Members of Congress (by state)

Alabama

Robert B. Aderholt (Republican, District 4)
Spencer Bachus (Republican, District 6)
Jo Bonner (Republican, District 1)
Bud Cramer (Democrat, District 5)
Artur Davis (Democrat, District 7)
Terry Everett (Republican, District 2)
Mike D. Rogers (Republican, District 3)
Jeff Sessions (Republican, Senate)
Richard C. Shelby (Republican, Senate)
Alaska

Lisa Murkowski (Republican, Senate)
Ted Stevens (Republican, Senate)
Don Young (Republican, District 1)
American Samoa

Eni F. H. Faleomavaega (Democrat, At Large)
Arizona

Jeff Flake (Republican, District 6)
Trent Franks (Republican, District 2)
Raul M. Grijalva (Democrat, District 7)
J. D. Hayworth (Republican, District 5)
Jim Kolbe (Republican, District 8)
Jon L. Kyl (Republican, Senate)
John McCain (Republican, Senate)
Ed Pastor (Democrat, District 4)
Rick Renzi (Republican, District 1)
John Shadegg (Republican, District 3)
Arkansas

Marion Berry (Democrat, District 1)
John Boozman (Republican, District 3)
Blanche Lincoln (Democrat, Senate)
Mark Pryor (Democrat, Senate)
Mike Ross (Democrat, District 4)
Vic Snyder (Democrat, District 2)
California

Joe Baca (Democrat, District 43)
Xavier Becerra (Democrat, District 31)
Howard L. Berman (Democrat, District 28)
Brian P. Bilbray (Republican, District 50)
Mary Bono (Republican, District 45)
Barbara Boxer (Democrat, Senate)
Ken Calvert (Republican, District 44)
John Campbell (Republican, District 48)
Lois Capps (Democrat, District 23)
Dennis Cardoza (Democrat, District 18)
Jim Costa (Democrat, District 20)
Susan A. Davis (Democrat, District 53)
John T. Doolittle (Republican, District 4)
David Dreier (Republican, District 26)
Anna Eshoo (Democrat, District 14)
Sam Farr (Democrat, District 17)
Dianne Feinstein (Democrat, Senate)
Bob Filner (Democrat, District 51)
Elton Gallegly (Republican, District 24)
Jane Harman (Democrat, District 36)
Wally Herger (Republican, District 2)
Mike Honda (Democrat, District 15)
Duncan Hunter (Republican, District 52)
Darrell Issa (Republican, District 49)
Tom Lantos (Democrat, District 12)
Barbara Lee (Democrat, District 9)
Jerry Lewis (Republican, District 41)
Zoe Lofgren (Democrat, District 16)
Dan Lungren (Republican, District 3)
Doris Matsui (Democrat, District 5)
Howard P. “Buck” McKeon (Republican, District 25)
Juanita Millender-McDonald (Democrat, District 37)
Gary Miller (Republican, District 42)
George Miller (Democrat, District 7)
Grace Napolitano (Democrat, District 38)
Devin Nunes (Republican, District 21)
Nancy Pelosi (Democrat, District 8)
Richard Pombo (Republican, District 11)
George Radanovich (Republican, District 19)
Dana Rohrabacher (Republican, District 46)
Lucille Roybal-Allard (Democrat, District 34)
Ed Royce (Republican, District 40)
Linda Sanchez (Democrat, District 39)
Loretta Sanchez (Democrat, District 47)
Adam Schiff (Democrat, District 29)
Brad Sherman (Democrat, District 27)
Hilda L. Solis (Democrat, District 32)
Pete Stark (Democrat, District 13)
Ellen O. Tauscher (Democrat, District 10)
Bill Thomas (Republican, District 22)
Mike Thompson (Democrat, District 1)
Maxine Waters (Democrat, District 35)
Diane E. Watson (Democrat, District 33)
Henry A. Waxman (Democrat, District 30)
Lynn Woolsey (Democrat, District 6)
Colorado

Wayne Allard (Republican, Senate)
Bob Beauprez (Republican, District 7)
Diana DeGette (Democrat, District 1)
Joel Hefley (Republican, District 5)
Marilyn Musgrave (Republican, District 4)
John Salazar (Democrat, District 3)
Ken Salazar (Democrat, Senate)
Tom Tancredo (Republican, District 6)
Mark Udall (Democrat, District 2)
Connecticut

Rosa L. DeLauro (Democrat, District 3)
Chris Dodd (Democrat, Senate)
Nancy L. Johnson (Republican, District 5)
John B. Larson (Democrat, District 1)
Joe Lieberman (Independent, Senate)
Christopher Shays (Republican, District 4)
Rob Simmons (Republican, District 2)
Delaware

Joseph R. Biden Jr. (Democrat, Senate)
Tom Carper (Democrat, Senate)
Michael N. Castle (Republican, District 1)
District of Columbia

Eleanor Holmes Norton (Democrat, At Large)
Florida

Michael Bilirakis (Republican, District 9)
Allen Boyd (Democrat, District 2)
Corrine Brown (Democrat, District 3)
Ginny Brown-Waite (Republican, District 5)
Ander Crenshaw (Republican, District 4)
Jim Davis (Democrat, District 11)
Lincoln Diaz-Balart (Republican, District 21)
Mario Diaz-Balart (Republican, District 25)
Tom Feeney (Republican, District 24)
Mark Foley (Republican, District 16)
Katherine Harris (Republican, District 13)
Alcee L. Hastings (Democrat, District 23)
Ric Keller (Republican, District 8)
Connie Mack (Republican, District 14)
Mel Martinez (Republican, Senate)
Kendrick B. Meek (Democrat, District 17)
John L. Mica (Republican, District 7)
Jeff Miller (Republican, District 1)
Bill Nelson (Democrat, Senate)
Adam H. Putnam (Republican, District 12)
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (Republican, District 18)
Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Democrat, District 20)
E. Clay Shaw Jr. (Republican, District 22)
Cliff Stearns (Republican, District 6)
Dave Weldon (Republican, District 15)
Robert Wexler (Democrat, District 19)
C. W. Bill Young (Republican, District 10)
Georgia

John Barrow (Democrat, District 12)
Sanford D. Bishop Jr. (Democrat, District 2)
Saxby Chambliss (Republican, Senate)
Nathan Deal (Republican, District 10)
Phil Gingrey (Republican, District 11)
Johnny Isakson (Republican, Senate)
Jack Kingston (Republican, District 1)
John Lewis (Democrat, District 5)
John Linder (Republican, District 7)
Jim Marshall (Democrat, District 3)
Cynthia A. McKinney (Democrat, District 4)
Charles W. Norwood (Republican, District 9)
Tom Price (Republican, District 6)
David Scott (Democrat, District 13)
Lynn A. Westmoreland (Republican, District 8)
Guam

Madeleine Z. Bordallo (Democrat, At Large)
Hawaii

Neil Abercrombie (Democrat, District 1)
Daniel K. Akaka (Democrat, Senate)
Ed Case (Democrat, District 2)
Daniel K. Inouye (Democrat, Senate)
Idaho

Larry Craig (Republican, Senate)
Mike Crapo (Republican, Senate)
C. L. “Butch” Otter (Republican, District 1)
Mike Simpson (Republican, District 2)
Illinois

Melissa Bean (Democrat, District 8)
Judy Biggert (Republican, District 13)
Jerry F. Costello (Democrat, District 12)
Danny K. Davis (Democrat, District 7)
Dick Durbin (Democrat, Senate)
Rahm Emanuel (Democrat, District 5)
Lane Evans (Democrat, District 17)
Luis V. Gutierrez (Democrat, District 4)
Dennis Hastert (Republican, District 14)
Henry J. Hyde (Republican, District 6)
Jesse Jackson Jr. (Democrat, District 2)
Timothy V. Johnson (Republican, District 15)
Mark Kirk (Republican, District 10)
Ray LaHood (Republican, District 18)
Daniel William Lipinski (Democrat, District 3)
Don Manzullo (Republican, District 16)
Barack Obama (Democrat, Senate)
Bobby L. Rush (Democrat, District 1)
Jan Schakowsky (Democrat, District 9)
John M. Shimkus (Republican, District 19)
Jerry Weller (Republican, District 11)
Indiana

Evan Bayh (Democrat, Senate)
Dan Burton (Republican, District 5)
Steve Buyer (Republican, District 4)
Julia Carson (Democrat, District 7)
Chris Chocola (Republican, District 2)
John Hostettler (Republican, District 8)
Richard G. Lugar (Republican, Senate)
Mike Pence (Republican, District 6)
Michael E. Sodrel (Republican, District 9)
Mark E. Souder (Republican, District 3)
Pete Visclosky (Democrat, District 1)
Iowa

Leonard L. Boswell (Democrat, District 3)
Chuck Grassley (Republican, Senate)
Tom Harkin (Democrat, Senate)
Steven A. King (Republican, District 5)
Tom Latham (Republican, District 4)
Jim Leach (Republican, District 2)
Jim Nussle (Republican, District 1)
Kansas

Sam Brownback (Republican, Senate)
Dennis Moore (Democrat, District 3)
Jerry Moran (Republican, District 1)
Pat Roberts (Republican, Senate)
Jim Ryun (Republican, District 2)
Todd Tiahrt (Republican, District 4)
Kentucky

Jim Bunning (Republican, Senate)
Ben Chandler (Democrat, District 6)
Geoff Davis (Republican, District 4)
Ron Lewis (Republican, District 2)
Mitch McConnell (Republican, Senate)
Anne M. Northup (Republican, District 3)
Hal Rogers (Republican, District 5)
Ed Whitfield (Republican, District 1)
Louisiana

Rodney Alexander (Republican, District 5)
Richard Baker (Republican, District 6)
Charles W. Boustany Jr (Republican, District 7)
William J. Jefferson (Democrat, District 2)
Bobby Jindal (Republican, District 1)
Mary L. Landrieu (Democrat, Senate)
Jim McCrery (Republican, District 4)
Charles J. Melancon (Democrat, District 3)
David Vitter (Republican, Senate)
Maine

Tom Allen (Democrat, District 1)
Susan Collins (Republican, Senate)
Mike Michaud (Democrat, District 2)
Olympia J. Snowe (Republican, Senate)
Maryland

Roscoe G. Bartlett (Republican, District 6)
Ben Cardin (Democrat, District 3)
Elijah E. Cummings (Democrat, District 7)
Wayne T. Gilchrest (Republican, District 1)
Steny H. Hoyer (Democrat, District 5)
Barbara A. Mikulski (Democrat, Senate)
Dutch Ruppersberger (Democrat, District 2)
Paul S. Sarbanes (Democrat, Senate)
Chris Van Hollen (Democrat, District 8)
Albert R. Wynn (Democrat, District 4)
Massachusetts

Michael E. Capuano (Democrat, District 8)
Bill Delahunt (Democrat, District 10)
Barney Frank (Democrat, District 4)
Edward M. Kennedy (Democrat, Senate)
John Kerry (Democrat, Senate)
Stephen F. Lynch (Democrat, District 9)
Edward J. Markey (Democrat, District 7)
James P. McGovern (Democrat, District 3)
Marty Meehan (Democrat, District 5)
Richard E. Neal (Democrat, District 2)
John W. Olver (Democrat, District 1)
John F. Tierney (Democrat, District 6)
Michigan

Dave Camp (Republican, District 4)
John Conyers Jr. (Democrat, District 14)
John D. Dingell (Democrat, District 15)
Vernon J. Ehlers (Republican, District 3)
Peter Hoekstra (Republican, District 2)
Dale E. Kildee (Democrat, District 5)
Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick (Democrat, District 13)
Joe Knollenberg (Republican, District 9)
Carl Levin (Democrat, Senate)
Sander Levin (Democrat, District 12)
Thad McCotter (Republican, District 11)
Candice S. Miller (Republican, District 10)
Mike Rogers (Republican, District 8)
Joe Schwarz (Republican, District 7)
Deborah Ann Stabenow (Democrat, Senate)
Bart Stupak (Democrat, District 1)
Fred Upton (Republican, District 6)
Minnesota

Norm Coleman (Republican, Senate)
Mark Dayton (Democrat, Senate)
Gil Gutknecht (Republican, District 1)
Mark Kennedy (Republican, District 6)
John Kline (Republican, District 2)
Betty McCollum (Democrat, District 4)
James L. Oberstar (Democrat, District 8)
Collin C. Peterson (Democrat, District 7)
Jim Ramstad (Republican, District 3)
Martin Olav Sabo (Democrat, District 5)
Mississippi

Thad Cochran (Republican, Senate)
Trent Lott (Republican, Senate)
Charles W. “Chip” Pickering Jr. (Republican, District 3)
Gene Taylor (Democrat, District 4)
Bennie G. Thompson (Democrat, District 2)
Roger Wicker (Republican, District 1)
Missouri

Todd Akin (Republican, District 2)
Roy Blunt (Republican, District 7)
Christopher S. ‘Kit’ Bond (Republican, Senate)
Russ Carnahan (Democrat, District 3)
William L. Clay Jr. (Democrat, District 1)
Emanuel Cleaver (Democrat, District 5)
Jo Ann Emerson (Republican, District 8)
Sam Graves (Republican, District 6)
Kenny Hulshof (Republican, District 9)
Ike Skelton (Democrat, District 4)
James M. Talent (Republican, Senate)
Montana

Max Baucus (Democrat, Senate)
Conrad Burns (Republican, Senate)
Denny Rehberg (Republican, District 1)
Nebraska

Jeffrey Lane Fortenberry (Republican, District 1)
Chuck Hagel (Republican, Senate)
Ben Nelson (Democrat, Senate)
Tom Osborne (Republican, District 3)
Lee Terry (Republican, District 2)
Nevada

Shelley Berkley (Democrat, District 1)
John Ensign (Republican, Senate)
Jim Gibbons (Republican, District 2)
Jon Porter (Republican, District 3)
Harry Reid (Democrat, Senate)
New Hampshire

Charles Bass (Republican, District 2)
Jeb Bradley (Republican, District 1)
Judd Gregg (Republican, Senate)
John E. Sununu (Republican, Senate)
New Jersey

Robert E. Andrews (Democrat, District 1)
Mike Ferguson (Republican, District 7)
Rodney Frelinghuysen (Republican, District 11)
Scott Garrett (Republican, District 5)
Rush Holt (Democrat, District 12)
Frank R. Lautenberg (Democrat, Senate)
Frank A. LoBiondo (Republican, District 2)
Robert Menendez (Democrat, Senate)
Frank Pallone, Jr (Democrat, District 6)
Bill Pascrell Jr. (Democrat, District 8)
Donald M. Payne (Democrat, District 10)
Steven R. Rothman (Democrat, District 9)
Jim Saxton (Republican, District 3)
Chris Smith (Republican, District 4)
New Mexico

Jeff Bingaman (Democrat, Senate)
Pete V. Domenici (Republican, Senate)
Steve Pearce (Republican, District 2)
Tom Udall (Democrat, District 3)
Heather Wilson (Republican, District 1)
New York

Gary Ackerman (Democrat, District 5)
Timothy H. Bishop (Democrat, District 1)
Sherwood Boehlert (Republican, District 24)
Hillary Rodham Clinton (Democrat, Senate)
Joseph Crowley (Democrat, District 7)
Eliot L. Engel (Democrat, District 17)
Vito Fossella (Republican, District 13)
Brian M. Higgins (Democrat, District 27)
Maurice Hinchey (Democrat, District 22)
Steve Israel (Democrat, District 2)
Sue Kelly (Republican, District 19)
Pete King (Republican, District 3)
John R. Kuhl Jr (Republican, District 29)
Nita M. Lowey (Democrat, District 18)
Carolyn B. Maloney (Democrat, District 14)
Carolyn McCarthy (Democrat, District 4)
John M. McHugh (Republican, District 23)
Michael R. McNulty (Democrat, District 21)
Gregory W. Meeks (Democrat, District 6)
Jerrold Nadler (Democrat, District 8)
Major R. Owens (Democrat, District 11)
Charles B. Rangel (Democrat, District 15)
Tom Reynolds (Republican, District 26)
Charles E. Schumer (Democrat, Senate)
Jose E. Serrano (Democrat, District 16)
Louise M. Slaughter (Democrat, District 28)
John E. Sweeney (Republican, District 20)
Edolphus Towns (Democrat, District 10)
Nydia M. Velazquez (Democrat, District 12)
James T. Walsh (Republican, District 25)
Anthony D. Weiner (Democrat, District 9)
North Carolina

Richard Burr (Republican, Senate)
G. K. Butterfield (Democrat, District 1)
Howard Coble (Republican, District 6)
Elizabeth Dole (Republican, Senate)
Bob Etheridge (Democrat, District 2)
Virginia Foxx (Republican, District 5)
Robin Hayes (Republican, District 8)
Walter B. Jones Jr. (Republican, District 3)
Patrick McHenry (Republican, District 10)
Mike McIntyre (Democrat, District 7)
Brad Miller (Democrat, District 13)
Sue Myrick (Republican, District 9)
David Price (Democrat, District 4)
Charles H. Taylor (Republican, District 11)
Melvin L. Watt (Democrat, District 12)
North Dakota

Kent Conrad (Democrat, Senate)
Byron L. Dorgan (Democrat, Senate)
Earl Pomeroy (Democrat, District 1)
Ohio

John Boehner (Republican, District 8)
Sherrod Brown (Democrat, District 13)
Steve Chabot (Republican, District 1)
Mike DeWine (Republican, Senate)
Paul E. Gillmor (Republican, District 5)
Dave Hobson (Republican, District 7)
Stephanie Tubbs Jones (Democrat, District 11)
Marcy Kaptur (Democrat, District 9)
Dennis J. Kucinich (Democrat, District 10)
Steven C. LaTourette (Republican, District 14)
Bob Ney (Republican, District 18)
Michael G. Oxley (Republican, District 4)
Deborah Pryce (Republican, District 15)
Ralph Regula (Republican, District 16)
Tim Ryan (Democrat, District 17)
Jean Schmidt (Republican, District 2)
Ted Strickland (Democrat, District 6)
Patrick J. Tiberi (Republican, District 12)
Michael R. Turner (Republican, District 3)
George V. Voinovich (Republican, Senate)
Oklahoma

Dan Boren (Democrat, District 2)
Tom Coburn (Republican, Senate)
Tom Cole (Republican, District 4)
James M. Inhofe (Republican, Senate)
Ernest J. Istook (Republican, District 5)
Frank D. Lucas (Republican, District 3)
John Sullivan (Republican, District 1)
Oregon

Earl Blumenauer (Democrat, District 3)
Peter DeFazio (Democrat, District 4)
Darlene Hooley (Democrat, District 5)
Gordon H. Smith (Republican, Senate)
Greg Walden (Republican, District 2)
David Wu (Democrat, District 1)
Ron Wyden (Democrat, Senate)
Pennsylvania

Robert A. Brady (Democrat, District 1)
Charles Wieder Dent (Republican, District 15)
Mike Doyle (Democrat, District 14)
Phil English (Republican, District 3)
Chaka Fattah (Democrat, District 2)
Michael G. Fitzpatrick (Republican, District 8)
Jim Gerlach (Republican, District 6)
Melissa Hart (Republican, District 4)
Tim Holden (Democrat, District 17)
Paul E. Kanjorski (Democrat, District 11)
Tim Murphy (Republican, District 18)
John P. Murtha (Democrat, District 12)
John E. Peterson (Republican, District 5)
Joe Pitts (Republican, District 16)
Todd Platts (Republican, District 19)
Rick Santorum (Republican, Senate)
Allyson Schwartz (Democrat, District 13)
Don Sherwood (Republican, District 10)
Bill Shuster (Republican, District 9)
Arlen Specter (Republican, Senate)
Curt Weldon (Republican, District 7)
Puerto Rico

Luis Fortuno (Republican, At Large)
Rhode Island

Lincoln D. Chafee (Republican, Senate)
Patrick J. Kennedy (Democrat, District 1)
Jim Langevin (Democrat, District 2)
Jack Reed (Democrat, Senate)
South Carolina

Gresham Barrett (Republican, District 3)
Henry Brown (Republican, District 1)
James E. Clyburn (Democrat, District 6)
James W. DeMint (Republican, Senate)
Lindsey Graham (Republican, Senate)
Bob Inglis (Republican, District 4)
John M. Spratt Jr. (Democrat, District 5)
Joe Wilson (Republican, District 2)
South Dakota

Stephanie Herseth (Democrat, District 1)
Tim Johnson (Democrat, Senate)
John Thune (Republican, Senate)
Tennessee

Lamar Alexander (Republican, Senate)
Marsha Blackburn (Republican, District 7)
Jim Cooper (Democrat, District 5)
Lincoln Davis (Democrat, District 4)
John J. “Jimmy” Duncan Jr. (Republican, District 2)
Harold E. Ford Jr (Democrat, District 9)
Bill Frist (Republican, Senate)
Bart Gordon (Democrat, District 6)
Bill Jenkins (Republican, District 1)
John Tanner (Democrat, District 8)
Zach Wamp (Republican, District 3)
Texas

Joe Barton (Republican, District 6)
Henry Bonilla (Republican, District 23)
Kevin Brady (Republican, District 8)
Michael Burgess (Republican, District 26)
John Carter (Republican, District 31)
Mike Conaway (Republican, District 11)
John Cornyn (Republican, Senate)
Henry Cuellar (Democrat, District 28)
John Culberson (Republican, District 7)
Lloyd Doggett (Democrat, District 25)
Chet Edwards (Democrat, District 17)
Louis B. Gohmert Jr (Republican, District 1)
Charlie A. Gonzalez (Democrat, District 20)
Kay Granger (Republican, District 12)
Al Green (Democrat, District 9)
Gene Green (Democrat, District 29)
Ralph M. Hall (Republican, District 4)
Jeb Hensarling (Republican, District 5)
Ruben Hinojosa (Democrat, District 15)
Kay Bailey Hutchison (Republican, Senate)
Sheila Jackson Lee (Democrat, District 18)
Eddie Bernice Johnson (Democrat, District 30)
Sam Johnson (Republican, District 3)
Kenny Ewell Marchant (Republican, District 24)
Michael McCaul (Republican, District 10)
Randy Neugebauer (Republican, District 19)
Solomon P. Ortiz (Democrat, District 27)
Ron Paul (Republican, District 14)
Ted Poe (Republican, District 2)
Silvestre Reyes (Democrat, District 16)
Pete Sessions (Republican, District 32)
Lamar Smith (Republican, District 21)
Mac Thornberry (Republican, District 13)
Utah

Robert F. Bennett (Republican, Senate)
Rob Bishop (Republican, District 1)
Chris Cannon (Republican, District 3)
Orrin G. Hatch (Republican, Senate)
Jim Matheson (Democrat, District 2)
Vermont

James M. Jeffords (Independent, Senate)
Patrick Leahy (Democrat, Senate)
Bernie Sanders (Independent, District 1)
Virgin Islands

Donna Christian-Green (Democrat, At Large)
Virginia

George Allen (Republican, Senate)
Rick Boucher (Democrat, District 9)
Eric Cantor (Republican, District 7)
Jo Ann Davis (Republican, District 1)
Tom Davis (Republican, District 11)
Thelma Drake (Republican, District 2)
J. Randy Forbes (Republican, District 4)
Virgil H. Goode Jr. (Republican, District 5)
Bob Goodlatte (Republican, District 6)
Jim Moran (Democrat, District 8)
Robert C. Scott (Democrat, District 3)
John W. Warner (Republican, Senate)
Frank R. Wolf (Republican, District 10)
Washington

Brian Baird (Democrat, District 3)
Maria Cantwell (Democrat, Senate)
Norm Dicks (Democrat, District 6)
Doc Hastings (Republican, District 4)
Jay Inslee (Democrat, District 1)
Rick Larsen (Democrat, District 2)
Jim McDermott (Democrat, District 7)
Cathy McMorris (Republican, District 5)
Patty Murray (Democrat, Senate)
Dave Reichert (Republican, District 8)
Adam Smith (Democrat, District 9)
West Virginia

Robert C. Byrd (Democrat, Senate)
Shelley Moore Capito (Republican, District 2)
Alan B. Mollohan (Democrat, District 1)
Nick Rahall (Democrat, District 3)
Jay Rockefeller (Democrat, Senate)
Wisconsin

Tammy Baldwin (Democrat, District 2)
Russell D. Feingold (Democrat, Senate)
Mark Green (Republican, District 8)
Ron Kind (Democrat, District 3)
Herb Kohl (Democrat, Senate)
Gwen Moore (Democrat, District 4)
David R. Obey (Democrat, District 7)
Tom Petri (Republican, District 6)
Paul Ryan (Republican, District 1)
F. James Sensenbrenner Jr. (Republican, District 5)
Wyoming

Barbara Cubin (Republican, District 1)
Mike Enzi (Republican, Senate)
Craig Thomas (Republican, Senate)
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