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Current Members of the United States House of Representatives

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  • Debbie Lesko, U.S. Congress
    Debbie Lesko, a Representative from Arizona; born in 1958; graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisc.,; business owner; member of the Arizona state house of representatives, 2008-2014...
  • Conor Lamb, U.S. Congress
    Conor Lamb is an attorney and veteran. He is currently the Democratic nominee for Congress in the 2018 special election in Pennsylvania's 18th congressional district. The special election aims to fil...
  • Vicente González, U.S. Congress
    Vicente Gonzalez Jr., a Representative from Texas; born in Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Tex., September 4, 1967; earned G.E.D., 1985; B.A., Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Naval Air Station, ...
  • Mark Pocan, U.S. Congress
    Mark Pocan (born August 14, 1964) is an American politician and businessman who has served in the United States House of Representatives, representing Wisconsin's 2nd congressional district, since 20...
  • Gwen Moore, U.S. Congress
    Gwendolynne S. (Gwen) Moore, a Representative from Wisconsin; born in Racine, Racine County, Wis., April 18, 1951; graduated from Northern Division High School, Milwaukee, Wis., 1969; B.A., Marquette...

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Current Leadership

As of January, 2017, the leaders of the House of Representatives are:

Members of the House of Representatives

Alabama

(Primary Runoff July 17)

Alaska

(Primary August 21)

Arizona

(Primary August 28)

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Connecticut

(Primary August 14)

Delaware

(Primary September 6)

Florida

(Primary August 28)

Georgia

(Primary Runoff July 24, General Election Runoff January 8, 2019)

Hawaii

(Primary August 11)

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

(Primary August 7)

Kentucky

Louisiana

(Primary November 6, Runoff December 8)

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

(Primary September 18)

Michigan

(Primary August 7)

Minnesota

(Primary August 14)

Mississippi

Missouri

(Primary August 7)

Montana

Nebraska

Nevada

  • 1st district -- Dina Titus (Renominated)
  • 2nd district -- Mark Amodei (Renominated)
  • 3rd district -- Jacky Rosen (Open seat - Running for Senate Class 1 seat in 2018)
  • 4th district -- Ruben Kihuen (Open seat - Retiring at end of term)

New Hampshire

(Primary September 11)

New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

North Dakota

  • At-large district -- Kevin Cramer (Open seat - Running for Senate Class 2 seat(

Ohio

Oklahoma

(Primary Runoff August 28)

Oregon

Pennsylvania

  • 1st district -- Bob Brady (Open seat - Retiring at end of term)
  • 2rd district -- Dwight Evans (Renominated to run for the seat in the new 3rd district in 2018)
  • 3rd district -- Mike Kelly (Renominated to run for the seat in the new 16th district in 2018)
  • 4th district -- Scott Perry (Renominated to run for the seat in the new 10th district in 2018)
  • 5th district -- Glenn Thompson (Renominated to run for the seat in the new 15th district in 2018)
  • 6th district -- Ryan Costello (Open seat - Retiring at end of term)
  • 7th district -- vacant (Special election to be held on November 6, 2018)
  • 8th district -- Brian Fitzpatrick (Renominated to run for the seat in the new 1st district in 2018)
  • 9th district -- Bill Shuster (Open seat - Retiring at end of term)
  • 10th district -- Tom Marino (Renominated to run for the seat in the new 12th district in 2018)
  • 11th district -- Lou Barletta (Open seat - Running for Senate Class 1 seat in 2018)
  • 12th district -- Keith Rothfus (Renominated to run for the seat in the new 17th district in 2018)
  • 13th district -- Brenden Boyle (Renominated to run for the seat in the new 2nd district in 2018)
  • 14th district -- Michael Doyle (Renominated to run for the seat in the new 18th district in 2018)
  • 15th district -- vacant
  • 16th district -- Lloyd Smucker (Renominated to run for the seat in the new 11th district in 2018)
  • 17th district -- Matthew Cartwright (Renominated to run for the seat in the new 8th district in 2018)
  • 18th district -- Conor Lamb (Renominated to run for the seat in the new 17th district in 2018)

Rhode Island

(Primary September 12)

South Carolina

South Dakota

  • At-large district -- Kirsti Noem (Open seat - Running for Governor in 2018)

Tennessee

(Primary August 2)

Texas

Utah

Vermont

(Primary August 14)

Virginia

Washington

(Primary August 7)

West Virginia

Wisconsin

(Primary August 14)

Wyoming

(Primary August 21)

Non-voting members

All are elected to a 2 year term, except for Puerto Rico's Resident Commissioner, who is elected to a 4 year term. The Resident Commissioner's seat is up for election in the same year as a Presidential Election is taking place.

American Samoa

District of Columbia

Guam

(Primary August 25)

Puerto Rico

United States Virgin Islands

(Primary August 4, General Election Runoff November 20)

Northern Mariana Island

(General Election Runoff November 20)