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Thursday, September 26, 2013 Op-Ed: Fukushima Nuclear Disaster - You Should Know, This Could Be a Global Killer
This is opposite the editorial page, just Ophir Gottlieb's opinion and research (not Livevol). But every once in a while I write a story that goes well beyond the scope of just finance because this world goes well beyond finance. So, to my 780,000+ readers, I hope this is helpful and insightful. It is not intended to be fear mongering, it's the best I can do using "Just the facts Ma'am" while offering opinions now and again. Ultimately, the facts are warped, hidden and manipulated for whatever agenda / propoganda is needed. So, this is the best I could do to inform you of what might be the single most important event in our lifetimes.
NB: I have listed the contact information for every member in the house of representatives for every state and territory at the end of this article.
I will start with "14 Things You Should Know" about the disaster. Facts, figures and opinions I have compiled from various sources. Please read the 14 highlights, at the very least.
But, there's one opinion I will share up front, the nuclear power plant disaster (it is a disaster) needs your attention. And here's why...
Ophir says: If all you can (or want) to read is the 'highlights' section (below), that's OK, I hope it's helpful. But there are more details, and they will affect your life in some way. It's tautological. This doesn't have to be "a global killer" or whatever big, crazy, scary term we can find but, this problem is for real and millions of people will die and without global intervention, more than a billion people will die. That's the truth.
Workers using a German-made pump to pump water from the spent fuel pool in Unit 4 at Fukushima No.1 (Dai-Ichi) nuclear power plant in the town of Okuma in Fukushima prefecture (AFP Photo)
The sources I used for this article are:
I. Fukushima apocalypse: Years of âduct tape fixesâ could result in âmillions of deathsâ August 17, 2013
II. Tokyo mayor claims Japan PM lied about Fukushima September 24, 2013
III. Let the world help at Fukushima No. 1 September 24, 2013
IV. Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster (Wikipedia) September 24, 2013 NB: Always question Wikipedia as a source -- do not necessarily take it as fact.
I also warn readers to the fact that a lot of the information that is spread via Facebook and Twitter is accurate, but often times two-years old. So we'll watch youtube interviews from CNN (or whatever) in which the interviewee makes statements relative to time (i.e. "In two weeks 'something will happen'...") which makes the date of the interviews particularly relevant. Note the dates of these sources above, two of them are just two days old. Also note the dates of other sources you follow. I see a lot of re-posts that people share out of concern (no malintent) but are confusing the truth.
OK, here we go with 'highlights', then some real digging:
Highlights 1. Tokyo mayor claims Japan PM lied about Fukushima: Mayor of Tokyo, Naoki Inose, has indicated that the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe lied to the International Olympic Committee when he reassured them that contaminated water leaking from the Fukushima Nuclear Plant were âunder control.â (Source: II.)
2. The most serious complication would be anything that leads to a nuclear chain reaction. (Source: I.)
3. TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Company) admitted for the first time on October 12, 2012 that it had failed to take stronger measures to prevent disasters for fear of inviting lawsuits or protests against its nuclear plants. There are no clear plans for decommissioning the plant, but there are estimates it will take at least thirty or forty years. (Source: IV)
4. Collateral damage will continue for decades, if not centuries, even if things stay exactly the way they are now. (Source: I.)
5. On 5 July 2012, the Japanese National Diet appointed The Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigation Commission (NAIIC) submitted its inquiry report to the Japanese Diet. The Commission found the nuclear disaster was "manmade", that the direct causes of the accident were all foreseeable prior to March 11, 2011. The report also found that the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant was incapable of withstanding the earthquake and tsunami. TEPCO, the regulatory bodies (NISA and NSC) and the government body promoting the nuclear power industry (METI), all failed to correctly develop the most basic safety requirementsâsuch as assessing the probability of damage, preparing for containing collateral damage from such a disaster, and developing evacuation plans for the public in the case of a serious radiation release. (Source: IV.)
6. On July 22, 2013, more than two years after the incident, it was revealed that the plant is leaking radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean, something long suspected by local fishermen and independent investigators. TEPCO had previously denied that this was happening and the current situation has prompted Japanese Prime Minister ShinzÅ Abe to order the government to step in. (Source: IV.)
7. 1976: Falsification of safety records by TEPCO
The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power complex was central to a falsified-records scandal that led to the departure of a number of senior executives of TEPCO. It also led to disclosures of previously unreported problems at the plant, although testimony by Dale Bridenbaugh, a lead GE designer, purports that General Electric was warned of major design flaws in 1976, resulting in the resignations of several designers who protested GE's negligence.
In 2002, TEPCO admitted it had falsified safety records at Fukushima Daiichi unit 1. As a result of the scandal and a fuel leak at Fukushima Daini, the company had to shut down all of its 17 nuclear reactors to take responsibility. A power board distributing electricity to a reactor's temperature control valves was not examined for 11 years. Inspections did not cover devices related to cooling systems, such as water pump motors and diesel generators. (Source: IV.)
8. [A]s far as Fukushima goes, the only thing that matters now is if world leaders and experts join forces to help fix this situation. Regardless of what agendas they are trying to protect or hide, how much it will cost, the effect on Japan or the worldâs economy, or what political chains this will yank.
The nuclear industry needs to come clean. If this leads to every reactor in the world being shut down, so be it. If the world governments truly care about their people and this planet, this is what needs to be done.
Renowned theoretical physicist Michio Kaku stated in an interview a few weeks after the initial accident that âTEPCO is literally hanging on by their fingernails.â They still are, and always have been. The Japanese have proven time and time again they are not capable of handling this disaster. Now we are entrusting them to execute the most dangerous fuel removal in history.
We are extremely lucky that this apocalyptic scenario hasn't happened yet, considering the state of Reactor 4. But for many, it is already too late. The initial explosions and spent fuel pool fires may have already sealed the fate of millions of people. Time will tell. Anyone who tells you otherwise is not being honest, because there is just no way to know. (Source: I.)
9. As a comparison: Chernobyl was one reactor, in a rural area, a quarter of the size of one of the reactors at Fukushima. There was no 'spent fuel pool' to worry about. (Source: I.)
At Fukushima, we have six top-floor pools all loaded with fuel that eventually will have to be removed, the most important being Reactor 4, although Reactor 3 is in pretty bad shape too. Spent fuel pools were never intended for long-term storage, they were only to assist short-term movement of fuel. Using them as a long-term storage pool is a huge mistake that has become an 'acceptable' practice and repeated at every reactor site worldwide.
10. 1,300+ fuel rods each weighing ~2/3 ton must be successfully removed (there is an alternative discussed in the details). The fuel rods are in danger every day they remain in the pool. The more variables you add to this equation, and the more time that passes, the more risk you are exposed to. Each reactor and spent fuel pool has its own set of problems, and critical failure with any of them could ultimately have the end result of an above-ground, self-sustaining nuclear reaction. It will not be known if extraction of all the fuel will even be possible, as some of it may be severely damaged, until the attempt is made to remove it. (Source: I)
11. Worst Case Scenario: This is a terrible answer to have to give, but the worst case scenario could play out in death to billions of people. A true apocalypse. At least the northern half of Japan would be uninhabitable, and some researchers have argued that it already is. (Source: I.)
12. An obvious attempt to downplay this disaster and its consequences have been repeated over and over again from 'experts' in the nuclear industry that also have a vested interest in their industry remaining intact. And, there has been a lot of misleading information released by TEPCO, which an hour or two of reading by a diligent reporter would have uncovered, in particular the definition of 'cold shutdown.â
Over 300 mainstream news outlets worldwide ran the erroneous 'cold shutdown' story repeatedly, which couldn't be further from the truthâ¦[it was] yet another lie that was spun by TEPCO to placate the public, and perpetuated endlessly by the media and nuclear lobby.
Unfortunately, TEPCO waited until a severe emergency arose to finally report how bad things really are with this latest groundwater issue...if we are even being told the truth. Historically, everything TEPCO says always turns out to be much worse than they initially admit. (Sources: I., II.).
13. A screening program found that more than a third (36%) of children in Fukushima Prefecture have abnormal growths in their thyroid glands but these are not attributed to the effects of radiation. As of August 2013, there have been more than 40 children newly diagnosed with thyroid cancer and other cancers in Fukushima prefecture as a whole, but these cancers are not attributed to radiation from Fukushima, as similar rates of cancer occurred before the accident, and if Chernobyl is anything to go by the increase in thyroid cancer rates won't begin until approximately 4-5 years after the accident. However, a 2013 article in the Stars and Stripes asserted that a Japanese government study[which?] released in February of that year had found that more than 25 times as many people in the area had developed thyroid cancer compared with data from before the disaster.
14. 'Unfortunately there is no one better qualified to deal with this than the Russians, despite their own shortcomings'
I think the best chance of success is... that experts around the world drop everything they are doing to work on this problem, and have Russia either lead the containment effort or consult with them closely. They have the most experience, they have decades of data. They took their accident seriously and made a Herculean effort to contain it.
Of course we also know the Chernobyl accident was wrought with deception and lies as well, and some of that continues to this day, especially in terms of the ongoing health effects of children in the region, and monstrous birth defects. Unfortunately there is no one better qualified to deal with this than the Russians, despite their own shortcomings. Gorbachev tried to make up for his part in the cover-up of Chernobyl by opening orphanages throughout the region to deal with the affected children. (Source IV.)
And now, on to the details...
What (Source IV.) The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster was an energy accident at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, initiated primarily by the tsunami of the TÅhoku earthquake and tsunami on 11 March 2011.The damage caused by the tsunami produced equipment failures, and without this equipment a Loss of Coolant Accident followed with nuclear meltdowns and releases of radioactive materials beginning on March 12. It is the largest nuclear disaster since the Chernobyl disaster of 1986 and the second disaster (along with Chernobyl) to measure Level 7 on the International Nuclear Event Scale, releasing an estimated 10 to 30% of the radiation of the Chernobyl accident.
The plant comprised six separate boiling water reactors originally designed by General Electric (GE) and maintained by the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO). At the time of the earthquake, reactor 4 had been de-fueled and reactors 5 and 6 were in cold shutdown for planned maintenance. Immediately after the earthquake, the remaining reactors 1â3 shut down the sustained fission reactions automatically, inserting control rods in what is termed the SCRAM, following this, emergency generators came online to power electronics and coolant systems. The tsunami arrived some 50 minutes after the initial earthquake. The 13m tsunami overwhelmed the plant's seawall, which was only 10m high, quickly flooding the low-lying rooms in which the emergency generators were housed (The tsunami was photographed). The flooded diesel generators failed, cutting power to the critical pumps that must continuously circulate coolant water through a Generation II reactor for several days to keep it from melting down after shut down. After the secondary emergency pumps (run by back-up batteries) ran out, one day after the tsunami, the pumps stopped and the reactors began to overheat due to the normal high radioactive decay heat produced in the first few days after nuclear reactor shutdown (smaller amounts of this heat normally continue to be released for years, but are not enough to cause fuel melting).
The Evolution of News and a Disaster (Source I.) While the wiki article above states that the disaster has released as "estimated 10 to 30% of the radiation of the Chernobyl accident," that's not quite the whole picture.
1. The reactor that melted down at Chenobyl is 25% the size of one of the reactors in Japan (and there are six in Japan). That means the Japan situation has the potential to be 24x worse than Chernobyl relative to radiation leak. But that's hardly the end of it.
Check this out:
--- Source: I.
RT: How do the potential consequences of failure to ensure safe extraction compare to other disasters of the sort â like Chernobyl, or the 2011 Fukushima meltdown?
CC: There really is no comparison. This will be an incredibly risky operation, in the presence of an enormous amount of nuclear material in close proximity. And as we have seen in the past, one seemingly innocuous failure at the site often translates into a series of cascading failures.
'The site has been propped up with duct tape and a kick-stand for over two years'
Many of their 'fixes' are only temporary, as there are so many issues to address, and cost always seems to be an enormous factor in what gets implemented and what doesn't.
As a comparison: Chernobyl was one reactor, in a rural area, a quarter of the size of one of the reactors at Fukushima. There was no 'spent fuel pool' to worry about. Chernobyl was treated in-situ...meaning everything was pretty much left where it was while the effort to contain it was made (and very expeditiously I might add) not only above ground, but below ground.
At Fukushima, we have six top-floor pools all loaded with fuel that eventually will have to be removed, the most important being Reactor 4, although Reactor 3 is in pretty bad shape too. Spent fuel pools were never intended for long-term storage, they were only to assist short-term movement of fuel. Using them as a long-term storage pool is a huge mistake that has become an 'acceptable' practice and repeated at every reactor site worldwide.
We have three 100-ton melted fuel blobs underground, but where exactly they are located, no one knows. Whatever 'barriers' TEPCO has put in place so far have failed. Efforts to decontaminate radioactive water have failed. Robots have failed. Camera equipment and temperature gauges...failed. Decontamination of surrounding cities has failed.
'If and when the corium reaches the Tokyo aquifer, serious and expedient discussions will have to take place about evacuating 40 million people'
We have endless releases into the Pacific Ocean that will be ongoing for not only our lifetimes, but our childrenâs' lifetimes. We have 40 million people living in the Tokyo area nearby. We have continued releases from the underground corium that reminds us it is there occasionally with steam events and huge increases in radiation levels. Across the Pacific, we have at least two peer-reviewed scientific studies so far that have already provided evidence of increased mortality in North America, and thyroid problems in infants on the west coast states from our initial exposures.
We have increasing contamination of the food chain, through bioaccumulation and biomagnification. And a newly stated concern is the proximity of melted fuel in relation to the Tokyo aquifer that extends under the plant. If and when the corium reaches the Tokyo aquifer, serious and expedient discussions will have to take place about evacuating 40 million people from the greater metropolitan area. As impossible as this sounds, you cannot live in an area which does not have access to safe water.
The operation to begin removing fuel from such a severely damaged pool has never been attempted before. The rods are unwieldy and very heavy, each one weighing two-thirds of a ton. But it has to be done, unless there is some way to encase the entire building in concrete with the pool as it is. I don't know of anyone discussing that option, but it would seem much 'safer' than what they are about to attempt...but not without its own set of risks.
And all this collateral damage will continue for decades, if not centuries, even if things stay exactly the way they are now. But that is unlikely, as bad things happen like natural disasters and deterioration with time...earthquakes, subsidence, and corrosion, to name a few. Every day that goes by, the statistical risk increases for this apocalyptic scenario. No one can say or know how this will play out, except that millions of people will probably die even if things stay exactly as they are, and billions could die if things get any worse.
Workers spraying resin on the ground near the reactor buildings to protect the spread of radioactive substances at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant at Okuma town in Fukushima prefecture (AFP Photo)
Here's the deal, in English. There are 1,300 fuel rods each weighing ~2/3 of a ton. Each has to be removed one at a time. Some context, then some of my statistics:
--- Source: I.
Although fuel rod removal happens on a daily basis at the 430+ nuclear sites around the world, it is a very delicate procedure even under the best of circumstances. What makes fuel removal at Fukushima so dangerous and complex is that it will be attempted on a fuel pool whose integrity has been severely compromised.
There are numerous other reasons that this will be a dangerous undertaking.
- The racks inside the pool that contain this fuel were damaged by the explosion in the early days of the accident.
- Zirconium cladding which encased the rods burned when water levels dropped, but to what extent the rods have been damaged is not known, and probably won't be until removal is attempted.
- Saltwater cooling has caused corrosion of the pool walls, and probably the fuel rods and racks.
- The building is sinking.
- The cranes that normally lift the fuel were destroyed.
- Computer-guided removal will not be possible; everything will have to be done manually.
- TEPCO cannot attempt this process without humans, which will manage this enormous task while being bombarded with radiation during the extraction and casking.
- The process of removing each rod will have to be repeated over 1,300 times without incident.
- Moving damaged nuclear fuel under such complex conditions could result in a criticality if the rods come into close proximity to one another, which would then set off a chain reaction that cannot be stopped.
What could potentially happen is the contents of the pool could burn and/or explode, and the entire structure sustain further damage or collapse. This chain reaction process could be self-sustaining and go on for a long time. This is the apocalyptic scenario in a nutshell. ---
OK, so all 1,300 fuel rods need to be removed. Let's say the removal of each rod is an independent and identically distributed (i.i.d) event. Here are the chances of successfully removing all 1,300 without a catastrophic event under various scenarios:
Scenario 1: The probability of removing a rod successfully is 99.9%. Result: The probability of removing all 1,300 successfully is .999^(1300) = 27.2% (i.e. 72.7% chance of failure at least once). The flaw in the logic:
I promised I wouldn't fear monger -- here's the (potential) flaw in that logic. The successful removal of a fuel rod probably raises the likelihood that then ext fuel rod will be successfully removed due to: 1. Learned mechanics (people will learn as they go, a successful extraction likely means better learned knowledge) 2. Less "mess" (fewer fuel rods to bump into each other; if any of them touch, as I understand it, that's a catastrophe, but as each one is removed, there's a lower chance that a "touch or collision" event occurs).
But, having said all of that, add back the risks inherent in the passing of time (see above), the mitigating factors of removing a single fuel rod might in fact be erased by the fact that it will take more than a year to remove all the rods which means more than a year of potential natural disasters and worsening of the surrounding area and other reactors. Keep in mind, the process to extract the rods has not begun yet. The count is still zero removed fuel rods.
Here's some more from source #1: --- Source: I.
Even the tiniest mistake during an operation to extract over 1,300 fuel rods at the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan could lead to a series of cascading failures with an apocalyptic outcome, fallout researcher Christina Consolo told RT.
Fukushima operator TEPCO wants to extract 400 tons worth of spent fuel rods stored in a pool at the plantâs damaged Reactor No. 4. The removal would have to be done manually from the top store of the damaged building in the radiation-contaminated environment.
In the worst-case scenario, a mishandled rod may go critical, resulting in an above-ground meltdown releasing radioactive fallout with no way to stop it, said Consolo, who is the founder and host of Nuked Radio. But leaving the things as they are is not an option, because statistical risk of a similarly bad outcome increases every day, she said. ---
OK, that's it for the disaster, how about a solution?
What We Need to Do
--- Source: III.
The United States successfully cleaned and decommissioned nuclear facilities at Hanford, Washington, Rocky Flats, Colorado, and Portsmouth, Ohio. Other projects are currently under way in both the U.S. and U.K.
Yet, American firms who have offered to help with issues at Fukushima have been repeatedly turned down by Tepco and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
Recently, a METI official told me that Japan could not use American technology that was used to decommission Hanford because these were military reactors used in weapons programs. Fukushima is a civilian power reactor and, hence, the technology would not be appropriate.
Fuel rods inside the core of a nuclear reactor do not know if they will be reprocessed or put into a spent fuel pool.
This type of thinking harkens back to the fallacious argument that Japanese cannot eat American beef because their intestines are different.
The cleanup of any nuclear reactor will use the same technology, regardless of what the reactor has been used for.
The consequences of the continued delay in addressing the real challenges at Fukushima have international consequences. ---
OK... So what do we do on a personal level? It's actually pretty simple. E-mail and most importantly call your congress person.
You see, there's this funny thing about elections, people like to win them. Fugck the Republican / Democrat bullshit and the debt level deadline. That's posturing shit from people who collect more money and better health are than 98% of the population and have more vacation days than any other job in the country. But there's one good think about their posh lifestyles... They want to keep them.
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District of Columbia At Large Norton, Eleanor Holmes D 2136 RHOB 202-225-8050 Oversight and Government Reform Transportation and Infrastructure
Florida 1 Miller, Jeff R 336 CHOB 202-225-4136 Veterans' Affairs, Chairman Armed Services Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence 2 Southerland, Steve R 1229 LHOB 202-225-5235 Natural Resources Transportation and Infrastructure 3 Yoho, Ted R 511 CHOB 202-225-5744 Agriculture Foreign Affairs 4 Crenshaw, Ander R 440 CHOB 202-225-2501 Appropriations 5 Brown, Corrine D 2111 RHOB 202-225-0123 Transportation and Infrastructure Veterans' Affairs 6 DeSantis, Ron R 427 CHOB 202-225-2706 Foreign Affairs Judiciary Oversight and Government Reform 7 Mica, John R 2187 RHOB 202-225-4035 Oversight and Government Reform Transportation and Infrastructure 8 Posey, Bill R 120 CHOB 202-225-3671 Financial Services Science, Space, and Technology 9 Grayson, Alan D 430 CHOB 202-225-9889 Foreign Affairs Science, Space, and Technology 10 Webster, Daniel R 1039 LHOB 202-225-2176 Rules Transportation and Infrastructure 11 Nugent, Richard R 1727 LHOB 202-225-1002 Armed Services House Administration Rules 12 Bilirakis, Gus M. R 2313 RHOB 202-225-5755 Energy and Commerce Veterans' Affairs 13 Young, C.W. Bill R 2407 RHOB 202-225-5961 Appropriations 14 Castor, Kathy D 205 CHOB 202-225-3376 Budget Energy and Commerce 15 Ross, Dennis R 229 CHOB 202-225-1252 Financial Services 16 Buchanan, Vern R 2104 RHOB 202-225-5015 Ways and Means 17 Rooney, Tom R 221 CHOB 202-225-5792 Appropriations Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence 18 Murphy, Patrick D 1517 LHOB 202-225-3026 Financial Services Small Business 19 Radel, Trey R 1123 LHOB 202-225-2536 Foreign Affairs Transportation and Infrastructure 20 Hastings, Alcee L. D 2353 RHOB 202-225-1313 Rules 21 Deutch, Ted D 1024 LHOB 202-225-3001 Ethics Foreign Affairs Judiciary 22 Frankel, Lois D 1037 LHOB 202-225-9890 Foreign Affairs Transportation and Infrastructure 23 Wasserman Schultz, Debbie D 118 CHOB 202-225-7931 Appropriations 24 Wilson, Frederica D 208 CHOB 202-225-4506 Education and the Workforce Science, Space, and Technology 25 Diaz-Balart, Mario R 436 CHOB 202-225-4211 Appropriations 26 Garcia, Joe D 1440 LHOB 202-225-2778 Judiciary Natural Resources 27 Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana R 2206 RHOB 202-225-3931 Foreign Affairs Rules
Georgia 1 Kingston, Jack R 2372 RHOB 202-225-5831 Appropriations 2 Bishop Jr., Sanford D. D 2429 RHOB 202-225-3631 Appropriations 3 Westmoreland, Lynn A. R 2433 RHOB 202-225-5901 Financial Services Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence 4 Johnson, Henry C. "Hank" Jr. D 2240 RHOB 202-225-1605 Armed Services Judiciary 5 Lewis, John D 343 CHOB 202-225-3801 Ways and Means 6 Price, Tom R 100 CHOB 202-225-4501 Budget Education and the Workforce Ways and Means 7 Woodall, Robert R 1725 LHOB 202-225-4272 Budget Oversight and Government Reform Rules 8 Scott, Austin R 516 CHOB 202-225-6531 Agriculture Armed Services 9 Collins, Doug R 513 CHOB 202-225-9893 Foreign Affairs Judiciary Oversight and Government Reform 10 Broun, Paul C. R 2437 RHOB 202-225-4101 Homeland Security Natural Resources Science, Space, and Technology 11 Gingrey, Phil R 442 CHOB 202-225-2931 Energy and Commerce House Administration 12 Barrow, John D 2202 RHOB 202-225-2823 Energy and Commerce 13 Scott, David D 225 CHOB 202-225-2939 Agriculture Financial Services 14 Graves, Tom R 432 CHOB 202-225-5211 Appropriations
Guam At Large Bordallo, Madeleine D 2441 RHOB 202-225-1188 Armed Services Natural Resources
Hawaii 1 Hanabusa, Colleen D 238 CHOB 202-225-2726 Armed Services Natural Resources 2 Gabbard, Tulsi D 502 CHOB 202-225-4906 Foreign Affairs Homeland Security
Idaho 1 Labrador, Raul R. R 1523 LHOB 202-225-6611 Judiciary Natural Resources 2 Simpson, Mike R 2312 RHOB 202-225-5531 Appropriations
Illinois 1 Rush, Bobby L. D 2268 RHOB 202-225-4372 Energy and Commerce 2 Kelly, Robin D 2419 RHOB 202-225-0773 Oversight and Government Reform Science, Space, and Technology 3 Lipinski, Daniel D 1717 LHOB 202-225-5701 Science, Space, and Technology Transportation and Infrastructure 4 Gutierrez, Luis D 2408 RHOB 202-225-8203 Judiciary Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence 5 Quigley, Mike D 1124 LHOB 202-225-4061 Appropriations 6 Roskam, Peter J. R 227 CHOB 202-225-4561 Ways and Means 7 Davis, Danny K. D 2159 RHOB 202-225-5006 Oversight and Government Reform Ways and Means 8 Duckworth, Tammy D 104 CHOB 202-225-3711 Armed Services Oversight and Government Reform 9 Schakowsky, Jan D 2367 RHOB 202-225-2111 Energy and Commerce Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence 10 Schneider, Brad D 317 CHOB 202-225-4835 Foreign Affairs Small Business 11 Foster, Bill D 1224 LHOB 202-225-3515 Financial Services 12 Enyart, William D 1722 LHOB 202-225-5661 Agriculture Armed Services 13 Davis, Rodney R 1740 LHOB 202-225-2371 Agriculture Transportation and Infrastructure 14 Hultgren, Randy R 332 CHOB 202-225-2976 Financial Services Science, Space, and Technology 15 Shimkus, John R 2452 RHOB 202-225-5271 Energy and Commerce 16 Kinzinger, Adam R 1221 LHOB 202-225-3635 Energy and Commerce Foreign Affairs 17 Bustos, Cheri D 1009 LHOB 202-225-5905 Agriculture Transportation and Infrastructure 18 Schock, Aaron R 328 CHOB 202-225-6201 House Administration Ways and Means
Indiana 1 Visclosky, Peter D 2256 RHOB 202-225-2461 Appropriations 2 Walorski, Jackie R 419 CHOB 202-225-3915 Armed Services Budget Veterans' Affairs 3 Stutzman, Marlin R 1728 LHOB 202-225-4436 Financial Services 4 Rokita, Todd R 236 CHOB 202-225-5037 Budget Education and the Workforce House Administration 5 Brooks, Susan W. R 1505 LHOB 202-225-2276 Education and the Workforce Ethics Homeland Security 6 Messer, Luke R 508 CHOB 202-225-3021 Budget Education and the Workforce Foreign Affairs 7 Carson, AndrÃ© D 2453 RHOB 202-225-4011 Armed Services Transportation and Infrastructure 8 Bucshon, Larry R 1005 LHOB 202-225-4636 Education and the Workforce Science, Space, and Technology Transportation and Infrastructure 9 Young, Todd R 1007 LHOB 202-225-5315 Ways and Means
Iowa 1 Braley, Bruce L. D 2263 RHOB 202-225-2911 Energy and Commerce 2 Loebsack, David D 1527 LHOB 202-225-6576 Armed Services Education and the Workforce 3 Latham, Tom R 2217 RHOB 202-225-5476 Appropriations 4 King, Steve R 2210 RHOB 202-225-4426 Agriculture Judiciary Small Business
Kansas 1 Huelskamp, Tim R 129 CHOB 202-225-2715 Small Business Veterans' Affairs 2 Jenkins, Lynn R 1027 LHOB 202-225-6601 Ways and Means 3 Yoder, Kevin R 215 CHOB 202-225-2865 Appropriations 4 Pompeo, Mike R 107 CHOB 202-225-6216 Energy and Commerce Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Kentucky 1 Whitfield, Ed R 2184 RHOB 202-225-3115 Energy and Commerce 2 Guthrie, S. Brett R 308 CHOB 202-225-3501 Education and the Workforce Energy and Commerce 3 Yarmuth, John A. D 403 CHOB 202-225-5401 Budget Education and the Workforce 4 Massie, Thomas R 314 CHOB 202-225-3465 Oversight and Government Reform Science, Space, and Technology Transportation and Infrastructure 5 Rogers, Harold R 2406 RHOB 202-225-4601 Appropriations, Chairman 6 Barr, Andy R 1432 LHOB 202-225-4706 Financial Services
Louisiana 1 Scalise, Steve R 2338 RHOB 202-225-3015 Energy and Commerce 2 Richmond, Cedric D 240 CHOB 202-225-6636 Homeland Security Judiciary 3 Boustany Jr., Charles W. R 1431 LHOB 202-225-2031 Ways and Means 4 Fleming, John R 416 CHOB 202-225-2777 Armed Services Natural Resources 5 Alexander, Rodney R 316 CHOB 202-225-8490 Appropriations 6 Cassidy, William R 1131 LHOB 202-225-3901 Energy and Commerce
Maine 1 Pingree, Chellie D 1318 LHOB 202-225-6116 Appropriations 2 Michaud, Michael D 1724 LHOB 202-225-6306 Transportation and Infrastructure Veterans' Affairs
Maryland 1 Harris, Andy R 1533 LHOB 202-225-5311 Appropriations 2 Ruppersberger, Dutch D 2416 RHOB 202-225-3061 Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence 3 Sarbanes, John P. D 2444 RHOB 202-225-4016 Energy and Commerce 4 Edwards, Donna F. D 2445 RHOB 202-225-8699 Science, Space, and Technology Transportation and Infrastructure 5 Hoyer, Steny H. D 1705 LHOB 202-225-4131 Democratic Whip 6 Delaney, John D 1632 LHOB 202-225-2721 Financial Services 7 Cummings, Elijah D 2235 RHOB 202-225-4741 Oversight and Government Reform Transportation and Infrastructure 8 Van Hollen, Chris D 1707 LHOB 202-225-5341 Budget
Massachusetts 1 Neal, Richard E. D 2208 RHOB 202-225-5601 Ways and Means 2 McGovern, James D 438 CHOB 202-225-6101 Agriculture Rules 3 Tsongas, Niki D 1607 LHOB 202-225-3411 Armed Services Natural Resources 4 Kennedy III, Joseph P. D 1218 LHOB 202-225-5931 Foreign Affairs Science, Space, and Technology 5 Markey, Ed -- Vacancy D 2108 RHOB 202-225-2836 6 Tierney, John D 2238 RHOB 202-225-8020 Education and the Workforce Oversight and Government Reform 7 Capuano, Michael E. D 1414 LHOB 202-225-5111 Ethics Financial Services Transportation and Infrastructure 8 Lynch, Stephen F. D 2133 RHOB 202-225-8273 Financial Services Oversight and Government Reform 9 Keating, William D 315 CHOB 202-225-3111 Foreign Affairs Homeland Security
Michigan 1 Benishek, Dan R 514 CHOB 202-225-4735 Agriculture Natural Resources Veterans' Affairs 2 Huizenga, Bill R 1217 LHOB 202-225-4401 Financial Services 3 Amash, Justin R 114 CHOB 202-225-3831 Oversight and Government Reform 4 Camp, Dave R 341 CHOB 202-225-3561 Ways and Means, Chairman 5 Kildee, Daniel D 327 CHOB 202-225-3611 Financial Services 6 Upton, Fred R 2183 RHOB 202-225-3761 Energy and Commerce, Chairman 7 Walberg, Tim R 2436 RHOB 202-225-6276 Education and the Workforce Oversight and Government Reform 8 Rogers (MI), Mike R 2112 RHOB 202-225-4872 Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Chairman Energy and Commerce 9 Levin, Sander D 1236 LHOB 202-225-4961 Ways and Means 10 Miller, Candice R 320 CHOB 202-225-2106 House Administration, Chairman Homeland Security Transportation and Infrastructure 11 Bentivolio, Kerry R 226 CHOB 202-225-8171 Oversight and Government Reform Small Business 12 Dingell, John D 2328 RHOB 202-225-4071 Energy and Commerce 13 Conyers Jr., John D 2426 RHOB 202-225-5126 Judiciary 14 Peters, Gary D 1609 LHOB 202-225-5802 Financial Services
Minnesota 1 Walz, Timothy J. D 1034 LHOB 202-225-2472 Agriculture Transportation and Infrastructure Veterans' Affairs 2 Kline, John R 2439 RHOB 202-225-2271 Education and the Workforce, Chairman Armed Services 3 Paulsen, Erik R 127 CHOB 202-225-2871 Ways and Means 4 McCollum, Betty D 1714 LHOB 202-225-6631 Appropriations 5 Ellison, Keith D 2244 RHOB 202-225-4755 Financial Services 6 Bachmann, Michele R 2417 RHOB 202-225-2331 Financial Services Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence 7 Peterson, Collin C. D 2109 RHOB 202-225-2165 Agriculture 8 Nolan, Rick D 2447 RHOB 202-225-6211 Agriculture Transportation and Infrastructure
Mississippi 1 Nunnelee, Alan R 1427 LHOB 202-225-4306 Appropriations Budget 2 Thompson, Bennie G. D 2466 RHOB 202-225-5876 Homeland Security 3 Harper, Gregg R 307 CHOB 202-225-5031 Energy and Commerce House Administration 4 Palazzo, Steven R 331 CHOB 202-225-5772 Armed Services Homeland Security Science, Space, and Technology
Missouri 1 Clay Jr., William "Lacy" D 2418 RHOB 202-225-2406 Financial Services Oversight and Government Reform 2 Wagner, Ann R 435 CHOB 202-225-1621 Financial Services 3 Luetkemeyer, Blaine R 2440 RHOB 202-225-2956 Financial Services Small Business 4 Hartzler, Vicky R 1023 LHOB 202-225-2876 Agriculture Armed Services Budget 5 Cleaver, Emanuel D 2335 RHOB 202-225-4535 Financial Services 6 Graves, Sam R 1415 LHOB 202-225-7041 Small Business, Chairman Transportation and Infrastructure 7 Long, Billy R 1541 LHOB 202-225-6536 Energy and Commerce 8 Smith, Jason R 2230 RHOB 202-225-4404 Judiciary Natural Resources
Montana At Large Daines, Steve R 206 CHOB 202-225-3211 Homeland Security Natural Resources Transportation and Infrastructure
Nebraska 1 Fortenberry, Jeff R 1514 LHOB 202-225-4806 Appropriations 2 Terry, Lee R 2266 RHOB 202-225-4155 Energy and Commerce 3 Smith, Adrian R 2241 RHOB 202-225-6435 Ways and Means
Nevada 1 Titus, Dina D 401 CHOB 202-225-5965 Transportation and Infrastructure Veterans' Affairs 2 Amodei, Mark R 222 CHOB 202-225-6155 Judiciary Natural Resources Veterans' Affairs 3 Heck, Joe R 132 CHOB 202-225-3252 Armed Services Education and the Workforce Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence 4 Horsford, Steven D 1330 LHOB 202-225-9894 Homeland Security Natural Resources Oversight and Government Reform
New Hampshire 1 Shea-Porter, Carol D 1530 LHOB 202-225-5456 Armed Services Natural Resources 2 Kuster, Ann D 137 CHOB 202-225-5206 Agriculture Small Business Veterans' Affairs
New Jersey 1 Andrews, Robert E. D 2265 RHOB 202-225-6501 Armed Services Education and the Workforce 2 LoBiondo, Frank R 2427 RHOB 202-225-6572 Armed Services Transportation and Infrastructure Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence 3 Runyan, Jon R 1239 LHOB 202-225-4765 Armed Services Natural Resources Veterans' Affairs 4 Smith, Chris R 2373 RHOB 202-225-3765 , Co-Chair Foreign Affairs 5 Garrett, Scott R 2232 RHOB 202-225-4465 Budget Financial Services 6 Pallone Jr., Frank D 237 CHOB 202-225-4671 Energy and Commerce Natural Resources 7 Lance, Leonard R 133 CHOB 202-225-5361 Energy and Commerce 8 Sires, Albio D 2342 RHOB 202-225-7919 Foreign Affairs Transportation and Infrastructure 9 Pascrell Jr., Bill D 2370 RHOB 202-225-5751 Budget Ways and Means 10 Payne Jr., Donald D 103 CHOB 202-225-3436 Homeland Security Small Business 11 Frelinghuysen, Rodney R 2306 RHOB 202-225-5034 Appropriations 12 Holt, Rush D 1214 LHOB 202-225-5801 Education and the Workforce Natural Resources
New Mexico 1 Lujan Grisham, Michelle D 214 CHOB 202-225-6316 Agriculture Budget Oversight and Government Reform 2 Pearce, Steve R 2432 RHOB 202-225-2365 Financial Services 3 Lujan, Ben R. D 2446 RHOB 202-225-6190 Energy and Commerce
New York 1 Bishop, Timothy D 306 CHOB 202-225-3826 Education and the Workforce Transportation and Infrastructure 2 King, Pete R 339 CHOB 202-225-7896 Financial Services Homeland Security Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence 3 Israel, Steve D 2457 RHOB 202-225-3335 4 McCarthy, Carolyn D 2346 RHOB 202-225-5516 Education and the Workforce Financial Services 5 Meeks, Gregory W. D 2234 RHOB 202-225-3461 Financial Services Foreign Affairs 6 Meng, Grace D 1317 LHOB 202-225-2601 Foreign Affairs Small Business 7 VelÃ¡zquez, Nydia M. D 2302 RHOB 202-225-2361 Financial Services Small Business 8 Jeffries, Hakeem D 1339 LHOB 202-225-5936 Budget Judiciary 9 Clarke, Yvette D. D 2351 RHOB 202-225-6231 Ethics Homeland Security Small Business 10 Nadler, Jerrold D 2110 RHOB 202-225-5635 Judiciary Transportation and Infrastructure 11 Grimm, Michael R 512 CHOB 202-225-3371 Financial Services 12 Maloney, Carolyn D 2308 RHOB 202-225-7944 Financial Services Oversight and Government Reform 13 Rangel, Charles B. D 2354 RHOB 202-225-4365 Ways and Means 14 Crowley, Joseph D 1436 LHOB 202-225-3965 Ways and Means 15 Serrano, JosÃ© E. D 2227 RHOB 202-225-4361 Appropriations 16 Engel, Eliot D 2161 RHOB 202-225-2464 Energy and Commerce Foreign Affairs 17 Lowey, Nita D 2365 RHOB 202-225-6506 Appropriations 18 Maloney, Sean Patrick D 1529 LHOB 202-225-5441 Agriculture Transportation and Infrastructure 19 Gibson, Chris R 1708 LHOB 202-225-5614 Agriculture Armed Services 20 Tonko, Paul D. D 2463 RHOB 202-225-5076 Energy and Commerce 21 Owens, Bill D 405 CHOB 202-225-4611 Appropriations 22 Hanna, Richard R 319 CHOB 202-225-3665 Small Business Transportation and Infrastructure 23 Reed, Tom R 1504 LHOB 202-225-3161 Ways and Means 24 Maffei, Daniel D 422 CHOB 202-225-3701 Armed Services Science, Space, and Technology 25 Slaughter, Louise D 2469 RHOB 202-225-3615 Rules 26 Higgins, Brian D 2459 RHOB 202-225-3306 Foreign Affairs Homeland Security 27 Collins, Chris R 1117 LHOB 202-225-5265 Agriculture Science, Space, and Technology Small Business
North Carolina 1 Butterfield, G.K. D 2305 RHOB 202-225-3101 Energy and Commerce 2 Ellmers, Renee R 426 CHOB 202-225-4531 Energy and Commerce 3 Jones, Walter B. R 2333 RHOB 202-225-3415 Armed Services 4 Price, David D 2162 RHOB 202-225-1784 Appropriations 5 Foxx, Virginia R 2350 RHOB 202-225-2071 Education and the Workforce Rules 6 Coble, Howard R 2188 RHOB 202-225-3065 Judiciary Transportation and Infrastructure 7 McIntyre, Mike D 2428 RHOB 202-225-2731 Agriculture Armed Services 8 Hudson, Richard R 429 CHOB 202-225-3715 Agriculture Education and the Workforce Homeland Security 9 Pittenger, Robert R 224 CHOB 202-225-1976 Financial Services 10 McHenry, Patrick T. R 2334 RHOB 202-225-2576 Financial Services Oversight and Government Reform 11 Meadows, Mark R 1516 LHOB 202-225-6401 Foreign Affairs Oversight and Government Reform Transportation and Infrastructure 12 Watt, Mel D 2304 RHOB 202-225-1510 Financial Services Judiciary 13 Holding, George R 507 CHOB 202-225-3032 Foreign Affairs Judiciary
North Dakota At Large Cramer, Kevin R 1032 LHOB 202-225-2611 Natural Resources Science, Space, and Technology
Northern Mariana Islands At Large Sablan, Gregorio D 423 CHOB 202-225-2646 Education and the Workforce Natural Resources
Ohio 1 Chabot, Steve R 2371 RHOB 202-225-2216 Foreign Affairs Judiciary Small Business 2 Wenstrup, Brad R 1223 LHOB 202-225-3164 Armed Services Veterans' Affairs 3 Beatty, Joyce D 417 CHOB 202-225-4324 Financial Services 4 Jordan, Jim R 1524 LHOB 202-225-2676 Judiciary Oversight and Government Reform 5 Latta, Robert E. R 2448 RHOB 202-225-6405 Energy and Commerce 6 Johnson, Bill R 1710 LHOB 202-225-5705 Energy and Commerce 7 Gibbs, Bob R 329 CHOB 202-225-6265 Agriculture Transportation and Infrastructure 8 Boehner, John A. R 1011 LHOB 202-225-6205 The Speaker 9 Kaptur, Marcy D 2186 RHOB 202-225-4146 Appropriations 10 Turner, Michael R 2239 RHOB 202-225-6465 Armed Services Oversight and Government Reform 11 Fudge, Marcia L. D 2344 RHOB 202-225-7032 Agriculture Education and the Workforce 12 Tiberi, Pat R 106 CHOB 202-225-5355 Ways and Means 13 Ryan, Tim D 1421 LHOB 202-225-5261 Appropriations Budget 14 Joyce, David R 1535 LHOB 202-225-5731 Appropriations 15 Stivers, Steve R 1022 LHOB 202-225-2015 Financial Services 16 Renacci, Jim R 130 CHOB 202-225-3876 Ways and Means
Oklahoma 1 Bridenstine, Jim R 216 CHOB 202-225-2211 Armed Services Science, Space, and Technology 2 Mullin, Markwayne R 1113 LHOB 202-225-2701 Natural Resources Transportation and Infrastructure 3 Lucas, Frank R 2311 RHOB 202-225-5565 Agriculture, Chairman Financial Services Science, Space, and Technology 4 Cole, Tom R 2458 RHOB 202-225-6165 Appropriations Budget Rules 5 Lankford, James R 228 CHOB 202-225-2132 Budget Oversight and Government Reform
Oregon 1 Bonamici, Suzanne D 439 CHOB 202-225-0855 Education and the Workforce Science, Space, and Technology 2 Walden, Greg R 2182 RHOB 202-225-6730 Energy and Commerce 3 Blumenauer, Earl D 1111 LHOB 202-225-4811 Budget Ways and Means 4 DeFazio, Peter D 2134 RHOB 202-225-6416 Natural Resources Transportation and Infrastructure 5 Schrader, Kurt D 108 CHOB 202-225-5711 Agriculture Budget Small Business
Pennsylvania 1 Brady, Robert D 102 CHOB 202-225-4731 Armed Services House Administration 2 Fattah, Chaka D 2301 RHOB 202-225-4001 Appropriations 3 Kelly, Mike R 1519 LHOB 202-225-5406 Ways and Means 4 Perry, Scott R 126 CHOB 202-225-5836 Foreign Affairs Homeland Security Transportation and Infrastructure 5 Thompson, Glenn W. R 124 CHOB 202-225-5121 Agriculture Education and the Workforce Natural Resources 6 Gerlach, Jim R 2442 RHOB 202-225-4315 Ways and Means 7 Meehan, Pat R 204 CHOB 202-225-2011 Ethics Homeland Security Oversight and Government Reform Transportation and Infrastructure 8 Fitzpatrick, Michael G. R 2400 RHOB 202-225-4276 Financial Services 9 Shuster, Bill R 2209 RHOB 202-225-2431 Transportation and Infrastructure, Chairman Armed Services 10 Marino, Tom R 410 CHOB 202-225-3731 Foreign Affairs Homeland Security Judiciary 11 Barletta, Lou R 115 CHOB 202-225-6511 Education and the Workforce Homeland Security Transportation and Infrastructure 12 Rothfus, Keith R 503 CHOB 202-225-2065 Financial Services 13 Schwartz, Allyson Y. D 1227 LHOB 202-225-6111 Budget Ways and Means 14 Doyle, Mike D 239 CHOB 202-225-2135 Energy and Commerce 15 Dent, Charles W. R 2455 RHOB 202-225-6411 Appropriations Ethics 16 Pitts, Joseph R. R 420 CHOB 202-225-2411 Energy and Commerce 17 Cartwright, Matthew D 1419 LHOB 202-225-5546 Natural Resources Oversight and Government Reform 18 Murphy, Tim R 2332 RHOB 202-225-2301 Energy and Commerce
Puerto Rico At Large Pierluisi, Pedro D 1213 LHOB 202-225-2615 Ethics Judiciary Natural Resources
Rhode Island 1 Cicilline, David D 128 CHOB 202-225-4911 Budget Foreign Affairs 2 Langevin, Jim D 109 CHOB 202-225-2735 Armed Services Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
South Carolina 1 Sanford, Mark R 322 CHOB 202-225-3176 Homeland Security Transportation and Infrastructure 2 Wilson, Joe R 2229 RHOB 202-225-2452 Armed Services Education and the Workforce Foreign Affairs 3 Duncan, Jeff R 116 CHOB 202-225-5301 Foreign Affairs Homeland Security Natural Resources 4 Gowdy, Trey R 1404 LHOB 202-225-6030 Education and the Workforce Ethics Judiciary Oversight and Government Reform 5 Mulvaney, Mick R 1207 LHOB 202-225-5501 Financial Services Small Business 6 Clyburn, James E. D 242 CHOB 202-225-3315 Assistant Democratic Leader 7 Rice, Tom R 325 CHOB 202-225-9895 Budget Small Business Transportation and Infrastructure
South Dakota At Large Noem, Kristi R 1323 LHOB 202-225-2801 Agriculture Armed Services
Tennessee 1 Roe, Phil R 407 CHOB 202-225-6356 Education and the Workforce Veterans' Affairs 2 Duncan Jr., John J. R 2207 RHOB 202-225-5435 Oversight and Government Reform Transportation and Infrastructure 3 Fleischmann, Chuck R 230 CHOB 202-225-3271 Appropriations 4 DesJarlais, Scott R 413 CHOB 202-225-6831 Agriculture Education and the Workforce Oversight and Government Reform 5 Cooper, Jim D 1536 LHOB 202-225-4311 Armed Services Oversight and Government Reform 6 Black, Diane R 1531 LHOB 202-225-4231 Budget Ways and Means 7 Blackburn, Marsha R 217 CHOB 202-225-2811 Budget Energy and Commerce 8 Fincher, Stephen R 1118 LHOB 202-225-4714 Agriculture Financial Services 9 Cohen, Steve D 2404 RHOB 202-225-3265 Judiciary Transportation and Infrastructure
Texas 1 Gohmert, Louie R 2243 RHOB 202-225-3035 Judiciary Natural Resources 2 Poe, Ted R 2412 RHOB 202-225-6565 Foreign Affairs Judiciary 3 Johnson, Sam R 1211 LHOB 202-225-4201 Ways and Means 4 Hall, Ralph M. R 2405 RHOB 202-225-6673 Energy and Commerce Science, Space, and Technology 5 Hensarling, Jeb R 2228 RHOB 202-225-3484 Financial Services, Chairman 6 Barton, Joe R 2107 RHOB 202-225-2002 Energy and Commerce 7 Culberson, John R 2352 RHOB 202-225-2571 Appropriations 8 Brady, Kevin R 301 CHOB 202-225-4901 Ways and Means 9 Green, Al D 2201 RHOB 202-225-7508 Financial Services 10 McCaul, Michael T. R 131 CHOB 202-225-2401 Homeland Security, Chairman Foreign Affairs Science, Space, and Technology 11 Conaway, K. Michael R 2430 RHOB 202-225-3605 Ethics, Chairman Agriculture Armed Services Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence 12 Granger, Kay R 1026 LHOB 202-225-5071 Appropriations 13 Thornberry, Mac R 2329 RHOB 202-225-3706 Armed Services Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence 14 Weber, Randy R 510 CHOB 202-225-2831 Foreign Affairs Science, Space, and Technology 15 Hinojosa, RubÃ©n D 2262 RHOB 202-225-2531 Education and the Workforce Financial Services 16 O'Rourke, Beto D 1721 LHOB 202-225-4831 Homeland Security Veterans' Affairs 17 Flores, Bill R 1030 LHOB 202-225-6105 Budget Natural Resources Veterans' Affairs 18 Jackson Lee, Sheila D 2160 RHOB 202-225-3816 Homeland Security Judiciary 19 Neugebauer, Randy R 1424 LHOB 202-225-4005 Agriculture Financial Services Science, Space, and Technology 20 Castro, Joaquin D 212 CHOB 202-225-3236 Armed Services Foreign Affairs 21 Smith, Lamar R 2409 RHOB 202-225-4236 Science, Space, and Technology, Chairman Homeland Security Judiciary 22 Olson, Pete R 312 CHOB 202-225-5951 Energy and Commerce 23 Gallego, Pete D 431 CHOB 202-225-4511 Agriculture Armed Services 24 Marchant, Kenny R 1110 LHOB 202-225-6605 Education and the Workforce Ways and Means 25 Williams, Roger R 1122 LHOB 202-225-9896 Budget Transportation and Infrastructure 26 Burgess, Michael R 2336 RHOB 202-225-7772 Energy and Commerce Rules 27 Farenthold, Blake R 117 CHOB 202-225-7742 Judiciary Oversight and Government Reform Transportation and Infrastructure 28 Cuellar, Henry D 2431 RHOB 202-225-1640 Appropriations 29 Green, Gene D 2470 RHOB 202-225-1688 Energy and Commerce 30 Johnson, Eddie Bernice D 2468 RHOB 202-225-8885 Science, Space, and Technology Transportation and Infrastructure 31 Carter, John R 409 CHOB 202-225-3864 Appropriations 32 Sessions, Pete R 2233 RHOB 202-225-2231 Rules, Chairman 33 Veasey, Marc D 414 CHOB 202-225-9897 Armed Services Science, Space, and Technology 34 Vela, Filemon D 437 CHOB 202-225-9901 Agriculture Homeland Security 35 Doggett, Lloyd D 201 CHOB 202-225-4865 Ways and Means 36 Stockman, Steve R 326 CHOB 202-225-1555 Foreign Affairs Science, Space, and Technology
Utah 1 Bishop, Rob R 123 CHOB 202-225-0453 Armed Services Natural Resources Rules 2 Stewart, Chris R 323 CHOB 202-225-9730 Homeland Security Natural Resources Science, Space, and Technology 3 Chaffetz, Jason R 2464 RHOB 202-225-7751 Homeland Security Judiciary Oversight and Government Reform 4 Matheson, Jim D 2211 RHOB 202-225-3011 Energy and Commerce
Vermont At Large Welch, Peter D 2303 RHOB 202-225-4115 Energy and Commerce Oversight and Government Reform
Virgin Islands At Large Christensen, Donna M., D 1510 LHOB 202-225-1790 Energy and Commerce
Virginia 1 Wittman, Robert J. R 2454 RHOB 202-225-4261 Armed Services Natural Resources 2 Rigell, Scott R 418 CHOB 202-225-4215 Armed Services Budget 3 Scott, Robert C. D 1201 LHOB 202-225-8351 Education and the Workforce Judiciary 4 Forbes, J. Randy R 2135 RHOB 202-225-6365 Armed Services Judiciary 5 Hurt, Robert R 125 CHOB 202-225-4711 Financial Services 6 Goodlatte, Bob R 2309 RHOB 202-225-5431 Judiciary, Chairman Agriculture 7 Cantor, Eric R 303 CHOB 202-225-2815 Majority Leader 8 Moran, James D 2252 RHOB 202-225-4376 Appropriations 9 Griffith, Morgan R 1108 LHOB 202-225-3861 Energy and Commerce 10 Wolf, Frank R 233 CHOB 202-225-5136 Appropriations 11 Connolly, Gerald E. "Gerry" D 424 CHOB 202-225-1492 Foreign Affairs Oversight and Government Reform
Washington 1 DelBene, Suzan D 318 CHOB 202-225-6311 Agriculture Judiciary 2 Larsen, Rick D 2113 RHOB 202-225-2605 Armed Services Transportation and Infrastructure 3 Herrera Beutler, Jaime R 1130 LHOB 202-225-3536 Appropriations Small Business 4 Hastings, Doc R 1203 LHOB 202-225-5816 Natural Resources, Chairman Oversight and Government Reform 5 McMorris Rodgers, Cathy R 203 CHOB 202-225-2006 Energy and Commerce 6 Kilmer, Derek D 1429 LHOB 202-225-5916 Armed Services Science, Space, and Technology 7 McDermott, Jim D 1035 LHOB 202-225-3106 Budget Ways and Means 8 Reichert, David G. R 1127 LHOB 202-225-7761 Ways and Means 9 Smith, Adam D 2264 RHOB 202-225-8901 Armed Services 10 Heck, Denny D 425 CHOB 202-225-9740 Financial Services
West Virginia 1 McKinley, David R 412 CHOB 202-225-4172 Energy and Commerce 2 Capito, Shelley Moore R 2366 RHOB 202-225-2711 Financial Services Transportation and Infrastructure 3 Rahall, Nick D 2307 RHOB 202-225-3452 Transportation and Infrastructure
Wisconsin 1 Ryan, Paul R 1233 LHOB 202-225-3031 Budget, Chairman Ways and Means 2 Pocan, Mark D 313 CHOB 202-225-2906 Budget Oversight and Government Reform 3 Kind, Ron D 1502 LHOB 202-225-5506 Ways and Means 4 Moore, Gwen D 2245 RHOB 202-225-4572 Budget Financial Services 5 Sensenbrenner, F. James R 2449 RHOB 202-225-5101 Judiciary Science, Space, and Technology 6 Petri, Thomas R 2462 RHOB 202-225-2476 Education and the Workforce Transportation and Infrastructure 7 Duffy, Sean P. R 1208 LHOB 202-225-3365 Budget Financial Services 8 Ribble, Reid R 1513 LHOB 202-225-5665 Agriculture Budget Transportation and Infrastructure
Wyoming At Large Lummis, Cynthia M. R 113 CHOB 202-225-2311 Natural Resources Oversight and Government Reform Science, Space, and Technology
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