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This week, Cramer admitted he is not just flirting with that idea, but giving it serious consideration. He anticipates announcing a decision in January or February, he said Wednesday, Dec. 27, to allow people with an interest in either race to have enough lead time to make decisions themselves.

A number of factors are among those the congressman is weighing as he mulls a run for Heitkamp's Senate seat. The seat is one of 10 highlighted nationally as potentially ripe for changing parties in 2018.

Heitkamp's only opponent so far is a state lawmaker and potato farmer, Tom Campbell. Despite spending $500,000 of mostly his own money on media ads, however, he still has little name recognition outside his own district.

Attempts to woo Tioga-based oil field consultant and State Board of Higher Education member Kathy Neset were unsuccessful. And Fargo-based businesswoman Tammy Miller also declined to run for the seat, a week or so after Neset decided against it. Rick Berg, a former congressman who narrowly lost the Senate race to Heitkamp in 2012, hasn't ruled out another run.

Nationally, Republicans have admitted that 2018 could be a difficult election cycle for their party. That's somewhat typical for a mid-term, as voters generally tend to become disenchanted with their candidate.

National polling has shown Trump's approval rating dropping among well-educated voters and high-income earners. He is not doing well, in general, with female voters in particular, and his numbers have cratered in most swing states. Which ups the stakes for a seat in a state Trump carries so readily, where he appears to have retained at least some popularity, depending on which polls are consulted.

Cramer said the impact on his family of entering such a high-profile campaign will be first and foremost among the considerations he weighs. By family, he said, he means all the extended family, from their two widowed mothers down to all of the adult children and their grandchildren.

Other considerations

A campaign like this will not only attract widespread national attention, he added, but money from super PACs.

And it's also likely to attract so-called "dark" money from nonprofits, which are now allowed to receive unlimited donations from unidentified corporations, individuals and unions to spend on influencing elections since the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision.

"With the super PACs and whatnot, you not only don't coordinate campaigns with them but by law cannot," Cramer said. "So you don't always know what's flying at you or your opponent. You have no control over it. So that is something we have to think about."

Another big factor he's weighing is the good he could do, first for his state, and secondly, for his country from each position.

"I have a lot to lose on behalf of North Dakota, because I hold the only House seat," Cramer said. "A lot of people who don't come from or are not familiar with at-large house seats don't understand, or at least it's not intuitive to them that when a state has just one member in the House, that has a multiplying factor."

Cramer serves on the Energy and Commerce committee.

"I would be giving up six years of seniority on what I would argue is the most important committee assignment in the House," he said. "In the Energy and Commerce Committee, you have a lot of influence over energy, environment and agriculture policy, particularly via the subcommittee I am on. The technology committee I serve on has a lot of ag-related issues. That's a lot of influence that a freshman would no doubt not have."

Three senior committee members won't be back next year, Cramer said, so he sees greater opportunity for upward mobility, especially in the energy sphere.

"Health care is under Energy and Commerce as well," Cramer said. "And that is all part of the factors I am thinking about when it comes to what is good for North Dakota."

This is being weighed against the potential good he could do in a Senate seat, for the country as a whole.

"So when I think about what is in the plus column if Heidi hadn't been senator the last six years ... We would have repealed Obamacare," Cramer said. "That's a big patriotic consideration. If she wasn't a senator we would have repealed the venting and flaring rule that is so important to North Dakota. We were one vote short to do that. So when you start thinking about the influence of a single senator, where one person has the ability to obstruct, even in a minority party, that is a very heavy weight, and it weighs very heavily in my consideration. How can we do better for America with one more North Dakota Republican?"

Cramer's confidence

If he decides to run, Cramer said he is confident of a win and dismisses the size of his war chest compared to Heitkamp's as an indication of who might best whom in the 2018 race.

Heitkamp has $3.76 million in cash on hand, significantly more than the $869,000 Cramer has, but the congressman contends he has enough statewide name recognition to raise money quickly, if he decided to enter the race.

Mediawise, North Dakota is a cheap state, Cramer pointed out. It will cost tens of millions of dollars less than in states like Florida to run a successful campaign. That should be attractive to conservatives looking to help the Republican party pick up a seat to retain control of the Senate, where the party recently lost a seat in Alabama.

"I lead in every poll I've seen," Cramer said. "National pollsters, too, so there's a good chance I'd win. Donald Trump's popularity has grown in North Dakota. It's very high. We are one of four, five states where that is the case."

Internal Republican polls have shown Heitkamp down in a Cramer matchup; however, public polls from non-partisan groups have consistently shown her with high approval ratings. Morning Consult, for example, showed her approval ratings at 55 percent statewide.

Trump's polling numbers have dropped among women voters, according to national polls, and have all but cratered in many swing states. In North Dakota, they have dropped 21 percent, according to a FiveThirtyEight.com survey and 16 percent according to a Morning Consult report.

However popular he may or may not be in North Dakota, however, a Trump alignment is no guarantee of a win, Cramer acknowledged.

North Dakotans are "notoriously fiercely independent voters," he said. "The best evidence of that is that both Heitkamp and I won our first terms with the same voters. That has perplexed pundits in Washington for five and six years."

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United States House of Representatives Contact List




DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
At LargeYoung, DonR2314 RHOB202-225-5765

American Samoa

DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
At LargeRadewagen, AmataR1339 LHOB202-225-8577


DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1O’Halleran, TomD126 CHOB202-225-3361
2McSally, MarthaR510 CHOB202-225-2542
3Grijalva, RaulD1511 LHOB202-225-2435Natural Resources
4Gosar, Paul A.R2057 RHOB202-225-2315
5Biggs, AndyR1626 LHOB202-225-2635
6Schweikert, DavidR2059 RHOB202-225-2190
7Gallego, RubenD1218 LHOB202-225-4065
8Franks, TrentR2435 RHOB202-225-4576
9Sinema, KyrstenD1725 LHOB202-225-9888



DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1LaMalfa, DougR322 CHOB202-225-3076
2Huffman, JaredD1406 LHOB202-225-5161
3Garamendi, JohnD2438 RHOB202-225-1880
4McClintock, TomR2312 RHOB202-225-2511
5Thompson, MikeD231 CHOB202-225-3311
6Matsui, Doris O.D2311 RHOB202-225-7163
7Bera, AmiD1431 LHOB202-225-5716
8Cook, PaulR1222 LHOB202-225-5861
9McNerney, JerryD2265 RHOB202-225-1947
10Denham, JeffR1730 LHOB202-225-4540
11DeSaulnier, MarkD115 CHOB202-225-2095
12Pelosi, NancyD233 CHOB202-225-4965
13Lee, BarbaraD2267 RHOB202-225-2661
14Speier, JackieD2465 RHOB202-225-3531
15Swalwell, EricD129 CHOB202-225-5065
16Costa, JimD2081 RHOB202-225-3341
17Khanna, RoD513 CHOB202-225-2631
18Eshoo, Anna G.D241 CHOB202-225-8104
19Lofgren, ZoeD1401 LHOB202-225-3072
20Panetta, JimmyD228 CHOB202-225-2861
21Valadao, DavidR1728 LHOB202-225-4695
22Nunes, DevinR1013 LHOB202-225-2523
23McCarthy, KevinR2421 RHOB202-225-2915
24Carbajal, SaludD212 CHOB202-225-3601
25Knight, SteveR1023 LHOB202-225-1956
26Brownley, JuliaD1019 LHOB202-225-5811
27Chu, JudyD2423 RHOB202-225-5464
28Schiff, AdamD2372 RHOB202-225-4176
29Cárdenas, TonyD1510 LHOB202-225-6131
30Sherman, BradD2181 RHOB202-225-5911
31Aguilar, PeteD1223 LHOB202-225-3201
32Napolitano, GraceD1610 LHOB202-225-5256
33Lieu, TedD236 CHOB202-225-3976
34Becerra, XavierD1226 LHOB202-225-6235
35Torres, NormaD1713 LHOB202-225-6161
36Ruiz, RaulD1319 LHOB202-225-5330
37Bass, KarenD2241 RHOB202-225-7084
38Sánchez, LindaD2329 RHOB202-225-6676
39Royce, EdR2310 RHOB202-225-4111Foreign Affairs
40Roybal-Allard, LucilleD2083 RHOB202-225-1766
41Takano, MarkD1507 LHOB202-225-2305
42Calvert, KenR2205 RHOB202-225-1986
43Waters, MaxineD2221 RHOB202-225-2201Financial Services
44Barragán, NanetteD1320 LHOB202-225-8220
45Walters, MimiR215 CHOB202-225-5611
46Correa, J. LuisD1039 LHOB202-225-2965
47Lowenthal, AlanD125 CHOB202-225-7924
48Rohrabacher, DanaR2300 RHOB202-225-2415
49Issa, DarrellR2269 RHOB202-225-3906
50Hunter, Duncan D.R2429 RHOB202-225-5672
51Vargas, JuanD1605 LHOB202-225-8045
52Peters, ScottD1122 LHOB202-225-0508
53Davis, SusanD1214 LHOB202-225-2040




DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
At LargeBlunt Rochester, LisaD1123 LHOB202-225-4165

District of Columbia


DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Gaetz, MattR507 CHOB202-225-4136
2Dunn, NealR423 CHOB202-225-5235
3Yoho, TedR511 CHOB202-225-5744
4Rutherford, JohnR230 CHOB202-225-2501
5Lawson, AlD1337 LHOB202-225-0123
6DeSantis, RonR1524 LHOB202-225-2706
7Murphy, StephanieD1237 LHOB202-225-4035
8Posey, BillR2150 RHOB202-225-3671
9Soto, DarrenD1429 LHOB202-225-9889
10Demings, ValD238 CHOB202-225-2176
11Webster, DanielR1210 LHOB202-225-1002
12Bilirakis, Gus M.R2112 RHOB202-225-5755
13Crist, CharlieD427 CHOB202-225-5961
14Castor, KathyD2052 RHOB202-225-3376
15Ross, DennisR436 CHOB202-225-1252
16Buchanan, VernR2104 RHOB202-225-5015
17Rooney, TomR2160 RHOB202-225-5792
18Mast, BrianR2182 RHOB202-225-3026
19Rooney, FrancisR120 CHOB202-225-2536
20Hastings, Alcee L.D2353 RHOB202-225-1313Rules
21Frankel, LoisD1037 LHOB202-225-9890
22Deutch, TedD2447 RHOB202-225-3001
23Wasserman Schultz, DebbieD1114 LHOB202-225-7931
24Wilson, FredericaD2445 RHOB202-225-4506
25Diaz-Balart, MarioR440 CHOB202-225-4211
26Curbelo, CarlosR1404 LHOB202-225-2778
27Ros-Lehtinen, IleanaR2206 RHOB202-225-3931


DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Carter, BuddyR432 CHOB202-225-5831
2Bishop Jr., Sanford D.D2407 RHOB202-225-3631
3Ferguson, A. DrewR1032 LHOB202-225-5901
4Johnson, Henry C. “Hank” Jr.D2240 RHOB202-225-1605
5Lewis, JohnD343 CHOB202-225-3801
6Price, TomR1211 LHOB202-225-4501
7Woodall, RobertR1724 LHOB202-225-4272Rules
8Scott, AustinR2417 RHOB202-225-6531
9Collins, DougR1504 LHOB202-225-9893Rules
10Hice, JodyR324 CHOB202-225-4101
11Loudermilk, BarryR329 CHOB202-225-2931House Administration
12Allen, RickR426 CHOB202-225-2823
13Scott, DavidD225 CHOB202-225-2939
14Graves, TomR2078 RHOB202-225-5211


DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
At LargeBordallo, MadeleineD2441 RHOB202-225-1188




DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Rush, Bobby L.D2188 RHOB202-225-4372
2Kelly, RobinD1239 LHOB202-225-0773
3Lipinski, DanielD2346 RHOB202-225-5701
4Gutierrez, LuisD2408 RHOB202-225-8203
5Quigley, MikeD2458 RHOB202-225-4061
6Roskam, Peter J.R2246 RHOB202-225-4561
7Davis, Danny K.D2159 RHOB202-225-5006
8Krishnamoorthi, RajaD515 CHOB202-225-3711
9Schakowsky, JanD2367 RHOB202-225-2111
10Schneider, BradleyD1432 LHOB202-225-4835
11Foster, BillD1224 LHOB202-225-3515
12Bost, MikeR1440 LHOB202-225-5661
13Davis, RodneyR1740 LHOB202-225-2371House Administration
14Hultgren, RandyR2455 RHOB202-225-2976
15Shimkus, JohnR2217 RHOB202-225-5271
16Kinzinger, AdamR2245 RHOB202-225-3635
17Bustos, CheriD1009 LHOB202-225-5905
18LaHood,DarinR1424 LHOB202-225-6201


DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Visclosky, PeterD2328 RHOB202-225-2461
2Walorski, JackieR419 CHOB202-225-3915
3Banks, JimR509 CHOB202-225-4436
4Rokita, ToddR2439 RHOB202-225-5037
5Brooks, Susan W.R1030 LHOB202-225-2276Ethics
6Messer, LukeR1230 LHOB202-225-3021
7Carson, AndréD2135 RHOB202-225-4011
8Bucshon, LarryR1005 LHOB202-225-4636
9Hollingsworth, TreyR1641 LHOB202-225-5315








DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Neal, Richard E.D341 CHOB202-225-5601Ways and Means
2McGovern, JamesD438 CHOB202-225-6101Rules
3Tsongas, NikiD1714 LHOB202-225-3411
4Kennedy III, Joseph P.D434 CHOB202-225-5931
5Clark, KatherineD1415 LHOB202-225-2836
6Moulton, SethD1408 LHOB202-225-8020
7Capuano, Michael E.D1414 LHOB202-225-5111
8Lynch, Stephen F.D2268 RHOB202-225-8273
9Keating, WilliamD2351 RHOB202-225-3111


DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Bergman, JackR414 CHOB202-225-4735
2Huizenga, BillR2232 RHOB202-225-4401
3Amash, JustinR114 CHOB202-225-3831
4Moolenaar, JohnR117 CHOB202-225-3561
5Kildee, DanielD227 CHOB202-225-3611
6Upton, FredR2183 RHOB202-225-3761
7Walberg, TimR2436 RHOB202-225-6276
8Bishop, MikeR428 CHOB202-225-4872
9Levin, SanderD1236 LHOB202-225-4961
10Mitchell, PaulR211 CHOB202-225-2106
11Trott, DaveR1722 LHOB202-225-8171
12Dingell, DebbieD116 CHOB202-225-4071
13Conyers Jr., JohnD2426 RHOB202-225-5126
14Lawrence, BrendaD1213 LHOB202-225-5802





DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
At LargeZinke, RyanR1419 LHOB202-225-3211



New Hampshire

New Jersey

DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Norcross, DonaldD1531 LHOB202-225-6501
2LoBiondo, FrankR2427 RHOB202-225-6572
3MacArthur, TomR506 CHOB202-225-4765
4Smith, ChrisR2373 RHOB202-225-3765
5Gottheimer, JoshD213 CHOB202-225-4465
6Pallone Jr., FrankD237 CHOB202-225-4671Energy and Commerce
7Lance, LeonardR2352 RHOB202-225-5361Ethics
8Sires, AlbioD2342 RHOB202-225-7919
9Pascrell Jr., BillD2370 RHOB202-225-5751
10Payne Jr., DonaldD132 CHOB202-225-3436
11Frelinghuysen, RodneyR2306 RHOB202-225-5034Appropriations
12Watson Coleman, BonnieD1535 LHOB202-225-5801

New Mexico

New York

DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Zeldin, LeeR1517 LHOB202-225-3826
2King, PeteR339 CHOB202-225-7896
3Suozzi, ThomasD226 CHOB202-225-3335
4Rice, KathleenD1508 LHOB202-225-5516
5Meeks, Gregory W.D2234 RHOB202-225-3461
6Meng, GraceD1317 LHOB202-225-2601
7Velázquez, Nydia M.D2302 RHOB202-225-2361Small Business
8Jeffries, HakeemD1607 LHOB202-225-5936
9Clarke, Yvette D.D2058 RHOB202-225-6231
10Nadler, JerroldD2109 RHOB202-225-5635
11Donovan, DanielR1541 LHOB202-225-3371
12Maloney, CarolynD2308 RHOB202-225-7944
13Espaillat, AdrianoD1630 LHOB202-225-4365
14Crowley, JosephD1035 LHOB202-225-3965
15Serrano, José E.D2354 RHOB202-225-4361
16Engel, EliotD2462 RHOB202-225-2464Foreign Affairs
17Lowey, NitaD2365 RHOB202-225-6506Appropriations
18Maloney, Sean PatrickD1027 LHOB202-225-5441
19Faso, JohnR1616 LHOB202-225-5614
20Tonko, Paul D.D2463 RHOB202-225-5076
21Stefanik, EliseR318 CHOB202-225-4611
22Tenney, ClaudiaR512 CHOB202-225-3665
23Reed, TomR2437 RHOB202-225-3161
24Katko, JohnR1620 LHOB202-225-3701
25Slaughter, LouiseD2469 RHOB202-225-3615Rules
26Higgins, BrianD2459 RHOB202-225-3306
27Collins, ChrisR1117 LHOB202-225-5265

North Carolina

DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Butterfield, G.K.D2080 RHOB202-225-3101
2Holding, GeorgeR1110 LHOB202-225-3032
3Jones, Walter B.R2333 RHOB202-225-3415
4Price, DavidD2108 RHOB202-225-1784
5Foxx, VirginiaR2262 RHOB202-225-2071Education and the Workforce
6Walker, MarkR1305 LHOB202-225-3065House Administration
7Rouzer, DavidR424 CHOB202-225-2731
8Hudson, RichardR429 CHOB202-225-3715
9Pittenger, RobertR224 CHOB202-225-1976
10McHenry, Patrick T.R2334 RHOB202-225-2576
11Meadows, MarkR1024 LHOB202-225-6401
12Adams, AlmaD222 CHOB202-225-1510
13Budd, TedR118 CHOB202-225-4531

North Dakota

DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
At LargeCramer, KevinR1717 LHOB202-225-2611

Northern Mariana Islands

DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
At LargeSablan, GregorioD2411 RHOB202-225-2646


DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Chabot, SteveR2371 RHOB202-225-2216Small Business
2Wenstrup, BradR2419 LHOB202-225-3164
3Beatty, JoyceD133 CHOB202-225-4324
4Jordan, JimR2056 RHOB202-225-2676
5Latta, Robert E.R2448 RHOB202-225-6405
6Johnson, BillR1710 LHOB202-225-5705
7Gibbs, BobR2446 RHOB202-225-6265
8Davidson, WarrenR1004 LHOB202-225-6205
9Kaptur, MarcyD2186 RHOB202-225-4146
10Turner, MichaelR2368 RHOB202-225-6465
11Fudge, Marcia L.D2344 RHOB202-225-7032
12Tiberi, PatR1203 LHOB202-225-5355
13Ryan, TimD1126 LHOB202-225-5261
14Joyce, DavidR1124 LHOB202-225-5731
15Stivers, SteveR1022 LHOB202-225-2015
16Renacci, JimR328 CHOB202-225-3876




DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Brady, RobertD2004 RHOB202-225-4731House Administration
2Evans, DwightD1105 LHOB202-225-4001
3Kelly, MikeR1707 LHOB202-225-5406
4Perry, ScottR1207 LHOB202-225-5836
5Thompson, Glenn W.R124 CHOB202-225-5121
6Costello, RyanR326 CHOB202-225-4315
7Meehan, PatR2305 RHOB202-225-2011Ethics
8Fitzpatrick, BrianR514 CHOB202-225-4276
9Shuster, BillR2079 RHOB202-225-2431Transportation
10Marino, TomR2242 RHOB202-225-3731
11Barletta, LouR2049 RHOB202-225-6511
12Rothfus, KeithR1205 LHOB202-225-2065
13Boyle, BrendanD1133 LHOB202-225-6111
14Doyle, MikeD239 CHOB202-225-2135
15Dent, Charles W.R2082 RHOB202-225-6411
16Smucker, LloydR516 CHOB202-225-2411
17Cartwright, MatthewD1034 LHOB202-225-5546
18Murphy, TimR2332 RHOB202-225-2301

Puerto Rico

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota

DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
At LargeNoem, KristiR2457 RHOB202-225-2801


DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Roe, PhilR336 CHOB202-225-6356Veterans’ Affairs
2Duncan Jr., John J.R2207 RHOB202-225-5435
3Fleischmann, ChuckR2410 RHOB202-225-3271
4DesJarlais, ScottR2301 RHOB202-225-6831
5Cooper, JimD1536 LHOB202-225-4311
6Black, DianeR1131 LHOB202-225-4231the Budget
7Blackburn, MarshaR2266 RHOB202-225-2811
8Kustoff, DavidR508 CHOB202-225-4714
9Cohen, SteveD2404 RHOB202-225-3265


DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Gohmert, LouieR2243 RHOB202-225-3035
2Poe, TedR2132 RHOB202-225-6565
3Johnson, SamR2304 RHOB202-225-4201
4Ratcliffe, JohnR325 CHOB202-225-6673
5Hensarling, JebR2228 RHOB202-225-3484Financial Services
6Barton, JoeR2107 RHOB202-225-2002
7Culberson, JohnR2161 RHOB202-225-2571
8Brady, KevinR1011 LHOB202-225-4901Ways and Means
9Green, AlD2347 RHOB202-225-7508
10McCaul, Michael T.R2001 RHOB202-225-2401Homeland Security
11Conaway, K. MichaelR2430 RHOB202-225-3605Agriculture
12Granger, KayR1026 LHOB202-225-5071
13Thornberry, MacR2208 RHOB202-225-3706Armed Services
14Weber, RandyR1708 LHOB202-225-2831
15Gonzalez, VicenteD113 CHOB202-225-2531
16O’Rourke, BetoD1330 LHOB202-225-4831
17Flores, BillR2440 RHOB202-225-6105
18Jackson Lee, SheilaD2187 RHOB202-225-3816
19Arrington, JodeyR1029 LHOB202-225-4005
20Castro, JoaquinD1221 LHOB202-225-3236
21Smith, LamarR2409 RHOB202-225-4236Science, Space, and Technology
22Olson, PeteR2133 RHOB202-225-5951
23Hurd, WillR317 CHOB202-225-4511
24Marchant, KennyR2369 RHOB202-225-6605Ethics
25Williams, RogerR1323 LHOB202-225-9896
26Burgess, MichaelR2336 RHOB202-225-7772Rules
27Farenthold, BlakeR2331 RHOB202-225-7742
28Cuellar, HenryD2209 RHOB202-225-1640
29Green, GeneD2470 RHOB202-225-1688
30Johnson, Eddie BerniceD2468 RHOB202-225-8885
31Carter, JohnR2110 RHOB202-225-3864
32Sessions, PeteR2233 RHOB202-225-2231Rules
33Veasey, MarcD1519 LHOB202-225-9897
34Vela, FilemonD437 CHOB202-225-9901
35Doggett, LloydD2307 RHOB202-225-4865
36Babin, BrianR316 CHOB202-225-1555


DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Bishop, RobR123 CHOB202-225-0453Natural Resources
2Stewart, ChrisR323 CHOB202-225-9730
3Chaffetz, JasonR2236 RHOB202-225-7751Oversight and Government
4Love, MiaR217 CHOB202-225-3011


DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
At LargeWelch, PeterD2303 RHOB202-225-4115

Virgin Islands

DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
At LargePlaskett, StaceyD331 CHOB202-225-1790


DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1Wittman, Robert J.R2055 RHOB202-225-4261
2Taylor, ScottR412 CHOB202-225-4215
3Scott, Robert C.D1201 LHOB202-225-8351Education and the Workforce
4McEachin, A. DonaldD314 CHOB202-225-6365
5Garrett, ThomasR415 CHOB202-225-4711
6Goodlatte, BobR2309 RHOB202-225-5431the Judiciary
7Brat, DaveR1628 LHOB202-225-2815
8Beyer, DonD1119 LHOB202-225-4376
9Griffith, MorganR2202 RHOB202-225-3861
10Comstock, BarbaraR229 CHOB202-225-5136House Administration
11Connolly, Gerald E. “Gerry”D2238 RHOB202-225-1492


DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
1DelBene, SuzanD2442 RHOB202-225-6311
2Larsen, RickD2113 RHOB202-225-2605
3Beutler, Jaime HerreraR1107 LHOB202-225-3536
4Newhouse, DanR1318 LHOB202-225-5816Rules
5McMorris Rodgers, CathyR1314 LHOB202-225-2006
6Kilmer, DerekD1520 LHOB202-225-5916
7Jayapal, PramilaD319 CHOB202-225-3106
8Reichert, David G.R1127 LHOB202-225-7761
9Smith, AdamD2264 RHOB202-225-8901
10Heck, DennyD425 CHOB202-225-9740

West Virginia



DistrictNamePartyRoomPhoneCommittee Assignment
At LargeCheney, LizR416 CHOB202-225-2311Rules

A Note About Room Numbering

The three primary House office buildings—Cannon, Longworth and Rayburn—share a room numbering system for above-ground rooms that might confuse visitors at first.  The system is fairly straight forward and can be used to identify most member and committee offices merely by knowing the correct room number regardless of building.

All Cannon above-ground rooms are three digits.  As you would expect, the first digit indicates the floor level.  For example, 303 Cannon is on the 3rd floor.

All above-ground Longworth rooms are four digits and start with the number 1.  The second digit from the left indicates the floor.  For example, 1309 is on the third floor of the Longworth building.

All above-ground Rayburn rooms are also four digits, but start with a 2. The second digit indicates the floor number. For example, 2125 is on the first floor of Rayburn.


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