While final vote tallies are still being counted in several battleground states, Republican Donald J. Trump has surpassed the 270 Electoral College vote threshold to be elected as the 45th president of the United States. Garnering all of the electoral votes (102) from the 13 traditional “red states”—those that have voted for the Republican nominee in every election since 1992—Mr. Trump added several important battleground states, including Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, and North Carolina to reach his current Electoral College total of 278 votes. Mr. Trump, along with his running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, will be inaugurated on January 20, 2017. If current vote patterns remain, Hillary Clinton will become only the fifth presidential candidate to win the popular vote but lose the Electoral College vote. In his acceptance speech, President-elect Trump spoke of his vision of bringing the country together and “rebuilding our nation and renewing the American dream.” He stated his desire to “embark upon a project of national growth” and specifically mentioned the need to “rebuild our highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools, and hospitals.” The Trump-Pence victory—coupled with Republicans maintaining control of the Senate and House—will allow President-elect Trump to move forward on a legislative agenda that addresses a wide range of issues, including infrastructure, tax reform, and the Affordable Care Act. The incoming Trump Administration will immediately begin the transition process in preparation for taking office in January, and will start the process of vetting candidates to fill Cabinet positions, subcabinet positions, regulatory agencies, and the current US Supreme Court vacancy. Senate With control of the Senate at stake and 11 hotly contested races to determine that control, Republicans maintained their majority for the 115th Congress by the thin margin of 52-48. Going into the elections, Republicans held a 54–46 majority in the Senate but were defending 25 seats while the Democrats were only defending 10. Republican Senatorial candidates won eight of the 11 contested races and lost only two incumbents, Senator Mark Kirk (IL) and Senator Kelly Ayotte (NH). One notable election result was in Nevada, where Democratic candidate Catherine Cortez Masto won the seat of retiring Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid. In the coming weeks, Senate Republicans and Democrats will be electing their leadership teams. On the Republican side, barring any last minute rebellions, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (KY) and Majority Whip John Cornyn (TX) will likely keep their positions in the 115th Congress. On the Democratic side, the retirement of Mr. Reid opens up the Minority Leader position and Senator Chuck Schumer (NY) will move into that position. Democratic Senator Richard Durbin (IL) is the current Minority Whip. 2 www.morganlewis.com House of Representatives Republicans went into the November 8 elections holding a 247–188 advantage in the House of Representatives, and Democrats needed a net gain of 30 seats to retake control. As expected, Republicans were able to maintain their majority status but appear to have lost 10 seats (with several more still too close to call). Democrats had targeted 20 Republican incumbents but fell well short of that goal. They did, however, knock-off several veteran GOP lawmakers, including 12-term Representative John Mica (FL), a former chairman of the House Transportation Committee, and seven-term Representative Scott Garrett (NJ), the current chairman of the Capital Markets and Government Sponsored Enterprises Subcommittee of the House Financial Services Committee. When Congress returns next week for the lame-duck session, House Republicans and Democrats will select their leadership teams for the 115th Congress. House Speaker Paul Ryan (WI) has announced he will run to continue as speaker but it’s possible he could face a challenge from the conservative Freedom Caucus. If that challenge does not materialize, the remainder of the Republican leadership team will likely continue into the 115th Congress. That would include Representative Kevin McCarthy (CA) as Majority Leader and Steve Scalise (LA) as Majority Whip. For the Democrats, Representative Nancy Pelosi (CA) and Representative Steny Hoyer (MD) will likely continue as Minority Leader and Minority Whip, respectively. Upcoming Dates November 14: Congress returns for the post-election lame-duck session Week of November 21: Congress not in session for the Thanksgiving recess November 28: Congress returns for continuation of lame-duck session December 9: Funding for the federal government expires under the Continuing Resolution (CR) December 19: Electoral College convenes January 3, 2017: First session of the 115th Congress convenes January 20: Inauguration of Donald J. Trump as president and Mike Pence as vice president Likely Committee Leadership Changes Senate Appropriations Committee The Appropriations Committee has jurisdiction over the funding of the federal government. Working through its 12 subcommittees—each dedicated to specific departments and agencies—the committee approves the annual appropriations bills or the larger omnibus appropriations bill for each fiscal year. Increasingly, the Appropriations Committee is also the scene of partisan battles over policy “riders” that attempt to counter Administration initiatives by withholding funding to finalize rules or enforce compliance. 3 www.morganlewis.com The current chairman of the Appropriations Committee is Senator Thad Cochran (MS), and he will continue in that capacity next year. With the retirement of Senator Barbara Mikulski (MD), the position of ranking Democrat will be open and while Senator Patrick Leahy (VT) is next in line, he may opt to take the top Democrat spot on the Judiciary Committee. If he elects to do so, the next Senator with seniority is Patty Murray (WA). Banking Committee The Banking Committee has jurisdiction over the banking industry, the financial services industry, the Federal Reserve, Dodd-Frank, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. With both presidential campaigns’ focus on the banking and financial services industries, the Banking Committee will likely be the battleground for a number of partisan policy debates. The committee also reviews the nomination of the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The current chairman and ranking Democrat on the Banking Committee are Senator Richard Shelby (AL) and Senator Sherrod Brown (OH), respectively, and they will continue in those capacities in the 115th Congress. Budget Committee The Budget Committee oversees the process by which Congress annually establishes the appropriate levels of budget authority, outlays, revenues, deficits, and public debt. With the debt ceiling expected to be reached early in 2017, this will be one of the more controversial issues the committee will deal with. The Budget Committee, along with Homeland Security, also reviews the nomination of the director of the Office of Management and Budget. The current chairman of the Budget Committee is Senator Mike Enzi (WY), and he will continue in that capacity in the 115th Congress. The ranking Democrat is Senator Bernie Sanders (VT) but he potentially is in line to be the ranking Democrat on the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. In the event he takes that position, Senator Debbie Stabenow (MI) is likely to take over the Budget slot. Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee The Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee has jurisdiction over virtually all forms of transportation, interstate commerce, consumer protection, space science, and communications. It is traditionally one of the more bipartisan committees of Congress. The committee reviews the nominations of the Secretaries of Commerce and Transportation. The current chairman and ranking Democrat of the committee are Senator John Thune (SD) and Senator Bill Nelson (FL), respectively, and they will continue in those positions in the 115th Congress. Energy and Natural Resources Committee The Energy and Natural Resources Committee has jurisdiction over the nation’s energy policy, nuclear waste policy, and federal lands. The committee, which will likely take up a comprehensive national energy policy proposal early in 2017, reviews the nominations of the secretaries of the departments Energy and Interior. Senator Lisa Murkowski (AK) and Senator Maria Cantwell (WA) will remain the chairman and ranking member, respectively, in the 115th Congress. 4 www.morganlewis.com Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee The EPW Committee has jurisdiction over environmental policy, construction, and maintenance of the highway program, regulation of the nuclear energy, and air/water pollution. In recent years, the committee has been ground zero for Senate debate over climate change and global warming. The committee reviews the nominations of the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The current chairman, Senator Jim Inhofe (OK), is term-limited and will be replaced by Senator John Barrasso (WY). The current ranking Democrat is Senator Barbara Boxer (CA), who is retiring and will be replaced by either Senator Tom Carper (DE) or Senator Ben Cardin (MD). Finance Committee The Finance Committee has jurisdiction over tax policy, Social Security, and trade agreements. It also reviews the nominations of the secretaries of the departments of Treasury and Health and Human Services. The current chairman and ranking Democrat are Senator Orrin Hatch (UT) and Senator Ron Wyden (OR), respectively, and they will continue in those positions for the 115th Congress. Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee The HELP Committee has jurisdiction over a wide-range of social policy issues, including health and education policy, labor standards, and retirement policy, and because of those issues is the scene of major partisan battles. The committee reviews the nominations of the secretaries of the departments of Education and Labor. The current chairman of the HELP Committee is Senator Lamar Alexander (TN). The current ranking Democrat is Senator Patty Murray (WA), but if she opts for the same position at Appropriations, former presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (VT) would be in line to replace her. Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs The Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee has jurisdiction over homeland security issues and has as one of its prime subcommittees the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. The committee reviews the nomination of the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. The current chairman of the committee is Senator Ron Johnson (WI), and he will continue in that position in the 115th Congress. The current ranking Democrat is Senator Tom Carper (DE), and if he opts to take the same position at the EPW Committee, then Senator Claire McCaskill (MO) will take over. Judiciary The Judiciary Committee has jurisdiction over the federal courts and judges, patents, copyrights, trademarks, and the US Patent and Trademark Office. The committee reviews the nomination of the attorney general and appointments to the US Supreme Court. The current chairman of the committee is Senator. Chuck Grassley (IA), and he will continue in that position for the 115th Congress. The current ranking Democrat is Senator Pat Leahy (VT), but if he opts to take the Appropriations Committee position, Senator Dianne Feinstein (CA) could be next in line. 5 www.morganlewis.com House of Representatives Appropriations Committee The Appropriations Committee is the House counterpart to the Senate Committee with the same responsibilities to approve the 13 annual spending bills for each fiscal year. The current chairman, Representative Hal Rogers (KY), is term-limited and will be replaced by Representative Rodney Frelinghuysen (NJ). The current ranking Democrat is Representative Nita Lowey (NY), and she will continue in that position in the 115th Congress. Budget Committee The Budget Committee is the House counterpart to the Senate Committee with the same responsibilities for the federal budget. The current chairman is Representative Tom Price (SC), and he will continue in that position in the 115th Congress. The current ranking Democrat is Representative Chris Van Hollen (MD), who was elected a US senator, and his likely replacement will be Representative John Yarmuth (KY). Education and Workforce Committee The Education and Workforce Committee has similar, but not identical, responsibilities as the Senate HELP Committee. Like the HELP Committee, the Educatin and Workforce Committee handles legislation on social policies and is considered one of the more partisan committees of the House. The current chairman, Representative John Kline (MN), is retiring and will be replaced by Representative Virginia Foxx (NC). The ranking Democrat is Representative Bobbie Scott (VA), and he will continue in that position in the 115th Congress. Energy and Commerce Committee The Energy and Commerce Committee has broad jurisdiction over interstate commerce issues, communications, energy policy, healthcare policy (including the Affordable Care Act), and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The current chairman, Representative Fred Upton (MI), is term-limited and there is a two-man race to replace him: Representative John Shimkus (IL) and Representative Greg Walden (OR). Mr. Shimkus chairs an energy-related subcommittee, where he has been a vocal critic of the Obama Administration’s plans to identify an alternative to Yucca Mountain for the storage of spent nuclear waste. Mr. Walden chairs the Communications and Technology Subcommittee. The current ranking Democrat, Representative Frank Pallone (NJ), will continue in that position in the 115th Congress. Financial Services Committee The Financial Services Committee has similar jurisdiction as the Senate Banking Committee over the banking and financial services industries and Dodd-Frank related issues. The current chairman and ranking Democrat, Representative Jeb Hensarling (TX) and Representative Maxine Waters (CA), respectively, will continue in those positions in the 115th Congress. 6 www.morganlewis.com Homeland Security Committee The Homeland Security Committee is the House counterpart to the Senate Homeland Security Committee, but it does not have a Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. It has jurisdiction over homeland security and cybersecurity issues. The current chairman and ranking Democrat, Representative Michael McCaul (TX) and Representative Bennie Thompson (MS), respectively, will continue in those positions in the 115th Congress. Judiciary Committee The Judiciary Committee is the House counterpart to the Senate Judiciary Committee with similar legislative responsibilities. The current chairman and ranking Democrat, Representative Robert Goodlatte (VA) and Representative John Conyers (MI), respectively, will continue in those positions in the 115th Congress. Natural Resources Committee The Natural Resources Committee has jurisdiction over federal lands and mineral rights. The chairman and ranking Democrat, Representative Rob Bishop (UT) and Representative Raul Grijalva (AZ), respectively, will continue in those positions in the 115th Congress. Oversight and Government Reform Committee As the name implies, the Oversight and Government Reform Committee has jurisdiction to review virtually all federal government agencies and programs, and in the past has exercised that responsibility extensively and often in a highly partisan manner. The current chairman and ranking Democrat, Representative Jason Chavitz (UT) and Representative Elijah Cummings (MD), respectively, will continue in those positions in the 115th Congress. Transportation and Infrastructure Committee The Transportation and Infrastructure Committee has jurisdiction over virtually all public works and infrastructure programs, including highways, bridges, airports, and water projects. With Mr. Trump’s emphasis on infrastructure, this could be an opportunity for bipartisan action to achieve that goal. The current chairman and ranking Democrat, Representative Bill Shuster (PA) and Representative Peter DeFazio (OR), respectively, will continue in those positions in the 115th Congress. Ways and Means Committee The Ways and Means Committee has jurisdiction over tax policy, certain trade agreements, Social Security and other retirement policy, and miscellaneous revenue measures. It is the House counterpart to the Senate Finance Committee. Ways and Means spent considerable time in 2015 developing a comprehensive tax reform proposal and will likely pursue that agenda in 2017. The current chairman and ranking Democrat, Representative Kevin Brady (TX) and Representative Sandy Levin (MI), respectively, will continue in those positions in the 115th Congress. 7 www.morganlewis.com Full Committee Rosters (with Departures) Senate Appropriations Republicans (16) Democrats (14) Thad Cochran, Miss. - Chairman Mitch McConnell, Ky. Richard C. Shelby, Ala. Lamar Alexander, Tenn. Susan Collins, Maine Lisa Murkowski, Alaska Lindsey Graham, S.C. Mark S. Kirk, Ill. Roy Blunt, Mo. Jerry Moran, Kan. John Hoeven, N.D. John Boozman, Ark. Shelley Moore Capito, W.Va. Bill Cassidy, La. James Lankford, Okla. Steve Daines, Mont. Barbara A. Mikulski, Md. - Vice Chairwoman Patrick J. Leahy, Vt. Patty Murray, Wash. Dianne Feinstein, Calif. Richard J. Durbin, Ill. Jack Reed, R.I. Jon Tester, Mont. Tom Udall, N.M. Jeanne Shaheen, N.H. Jeff Merkley, Ore. Chris Coons, Del. Brian Schatz, Hawaii Tammy Baldwin, Wis. Christopher S. Murphy, Conn. Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Republicans (12) Democrats (10) Richard C. Shelby, Ala. - Chairman Michael D. Crapo, Idaho Bob Corker, Tenn. David Vitter, La. Patrick J. Toomey, Pa. Mark S. Kirk, Ill. Dean Heller, Nev. Tim Scott, S.C. Ben Sasse, Neb. Tom Cotton, Ark. Mike Rounds, S.D. Jerry Moran, Kan. Sherrod Brown, Ohio - Ranking Member Jack Reed, R.I. Charles E. Schumer, N.Y. Robert Menendez, N.J. Jon Tester, Mont. Mark Warner, Va. Jeff Merkley, Ore. Elizabeth Warren, Mass. Heidi Heitkamp, N.D. Joe Donnelly, Ind. 8 www.morganlewis.com Budget Republicans (12) Democrats (10) Michael B. Enzi, Wyo. - Chairman Charles E. Grassley, Iowa Jeff Sessions, Ala. Michael D. Crapo, Idaho Lindsey Graham, S.C. Rob Portman, Ohio Patrick J. Toomey, Pa. Ron Johnson, Wis. Kelly Ayotte, N.H. Roger Wicker, Miss. Bob Corker, Tenn. David Perdue, Ga. Bernie Sanders, Vt. - Ranking Member (I) Patty Murray, Wash. Ron Wyden, Ore. Debbie Stabenow, Mich. Sheldon Whitehouse, R.I. Mark Warner, Va. Jeff Merkley, Ore. Tammy Baldwin, Wis. Tim Kaine, Va. Angus King, Maine (I) Commerce, Science and Transportation Republicans (13) Democrats (11) John Thune, S.D. - Chairman Roger Wicker, Miss. Roy Blunt, Mo. Marco Rubio, Fla. Kelly Ayotte, N.H. Ted Cruz, Texas Deb Fischer, Neb. Jerry Moran, Kan. Dan Sullivan, Alaska Ron Johnson, Wis. Dean Heller, Nev. Cory Gardner, Colo. Steve Daines, Mont. Bill Nelson, Fla. - Ranking Member Maria Cantwell, Wash. Claire McCaskill, Mo. Amy Klobuchar, Minn. Richard Blumenthal, Conn. Brian Schatz, Hawaii Edward J. Markey, Mass. Cory Booker, N.J. Tom Udall, N.M. Joe Manchin III, W.Va. Gary Peters, Mich. Energy and Natural Resources Republicans (12) Democrats (10) Lisa Murkowski, Alaska - Chairwoman John Barrasso, Wyo. Jim Risch, Idaho Mike Lee, Utah Jeff Flake, Ariz. Steve Daines, Mont. Bill Cassidy, La. Cory Gardner, Colo. Rob Portman, Ohio John Hoeven, N.D. Lamar Alexander, Tenn. Shelley Moore Capito, W.Va. Maria Cantwell, Wash. - Ranking Member Ron Wyden, Ore. Bernie Sanders, Vt. (I) Debbie Stabenow, Mich. Al Franken, Minn. Joe Manchin III, W.Va. Martin Heinrich, N.M. Mazie K. Hirono, Hawaii Angus King, Maine (I) Elizabeth Warren, Mass. 9 www.morganlewis.com Environment and Public Works Republicans (11) Democrats (9) James M. Inhofe, Okla. - Chairman David Vitter, La. John Barrasso, Wyo. Shelley Moore Capito, W.Va. Michael D. Crapo, Idaho John Boozman, Ark. Jeff Sessions, Ala. Roger Wicker, Miss. Deb Fischer, Neb. Mike Rounds, S.D. Dan Sullivan, Alaska Barbara Boxer, Calif. - Ranking Member Thomas R. Carper, Del. Benjamin L. Cardin, Md. Bernie Sanders, Vt. (I) Sheldon Whitehouse, R.I. Jeff Merkley, Ore. Kirsten Gillibrand, N.Y. Cory Booker, N.J. Edward J. Markey, Mass. Finance Republicans (14) Democrats (12) Orrin G. Hatch, Utah - Chairman Charles E. Grassley, Iowa Michael D. Crapo, Idaho Pat Roberts, Kan. Michael B. Enzi, Wyo. John Cornyn, Texas John Thune, S.D. Richard M. Burr, N.C. Johnny Isakson, Ga. Rob Portman, Ohio Patrick J. Toomey, Pa. Dan Coats, Ind. Dean Heller, Nev. Tim Scott, S.C. Ron Wyden, Ore. - Ranking Member Charles E. Schumer, N.Y. Debbie Stabenow, Mich. Maria Cantwell, Wash. Bill Nelson, Fla. Robert Menendez, N.J. Thomas R. Carper, Del. Benjamin L. Cardin, Md. Sherrod Brown, Ohio Michael Bennet, Colo. Bob Casey, Pa. Mark Warner, Va. Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Republicans (12) Democrats (10) Lamar Alexander, Tenn. - Chairman Michael B. Enzi, Wyo. Richard M. Burr, N.C. Johnny Isakson, Ga. Rand Paul, Ky. Susan Collins, Maine Lisa Murkowski, Alaska Mark S. Kirk, Ill. Tim Scott, S.C. Orrin G. Hatch, Utah Pat Roberts, Kan. Bill Cassidy, La. Patty Murray, Wash. - Ranking Member Barbara A. Mikulski, Md. Bernie Sanders, Vt. (I) Bob Casey, Pa. Al Franken, Minn. Michael Bennet, Colo. Sheldon Whitehouse, R.I. Tammy Baldwin, Wis. Christopher S. Murphy, Conn. Elizabeth Warren, Mass. 10 www.morganlewis.com Homeland Security and Government Affairs Republicans (9) Democrats (7) Ron Johnson, Wis. - Chairman John McCain, Ariz. Rob Portman, Ohio Rand Paul, Ky. James Lankford, Okla. Kelly Ayotte, N.H. Michael B. Enzi, Wyo. Joni Ernst, Iowa Ben Sasse, Neb. Thomas R. Carper, Del. - Ranking Member Claire McCaskill, Mo. Jon Tester, Mont. Tammy Baldwin, Wis. Heidi Heitkamp, N.D. Cory Booker, N.J. Gary Peters, Mich. Judiciary Republicans (11) Democrats (9) Charles E. Grassley, Iowa - Chairman Orrin G. Hatch, Utah Jeff Sessions, Ala. Lindsey Graham, S.C. John Cornyn, Texas Mike Lee, Utah Ted Cruz, Texas David Vitter, La. Jeff Flake, Ariz. David Perdue, Ga. Thom Tillis, N.C. Patrick J. Leahy, Vt. - Ranking Member Dianne Feinstein, Calif. Charles E. Schumer, N.Y. Richard J. Durbin, Ill. Sheldon Whitehouse, R.I. Amy Klobuchar, Minn. Al Franken, Minn. Chris Coons, Del. Richard Blumenthal, Conn. House of Representatives Appropriations Republicans (30) Democrats (21) Harold Rogers, Ky. - Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen, N.J. Robert B. Aderholt, Ala. Kay Granger, Texas Mike Simpson, Idaho John Culberson, Texas Ander Crenshaw, Fla. John Carter, Texas Ken Calvert, Calif. Tom Cole, Okla. Mario Diaz-Balart, Fla. Charlie Dent, Pa. Tom Graves, Ga. Kevin Yoder, Kan. Nita M. Lowey, N.Y. - Ranking Member Marcy Kaptur, Ohio Peter J. Visclosky, Ind. José E. Serrano, N.Y. Rosa DeLauro, Conn. David E. Price, N.C. Lucille Roybal-Allard, Calif. Sam Farr, Calif. Sanford D. Bishop Jr., Ga. Barbara Lee, Calif. Michael M. Honda, Calif. Betty McCollum, Minn. Steve Israel, N.Y. Tim Ryan, Ohio 11 www.morganlewis.com Steve Womack, Ark. Jeff Fortenberry, Neb. Tom Rooney, Fla. Chuck Fleischmann, Tenn. Jaime Herrera Beutler, Wash. David Joyce, Ohio David Valadao, Calif. Andy Harris, Md. Martha Roby, Ala. Mark Amodei, Nev. Chris Stewart, Utah Scott Rigell, Va. David Jolly, Fla. David Young, Iowa Evan H. Jenkins, W.Va. Steven M. Palazzo, Miss. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger, Md. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Fla. Henry Cuellar, Texas Chellie Pingree, Maine Mike Quigley, Ill. Derek Kilmer, Wash. Matt Cartwright, Pa. Budget Republicans (22) Democrats (14) Tom Price, Ga. - Chairman Todd Rokita, Ind. - Vice Chair Scott Garrett, N.J. Mario Diaz-Balart, Fla. Tom Cole, Okla. Tom McClintock, Calif. Diane Black, Tenn. Rob Woodall, Ga. Vicky Hartzler, Mo. Marlin Stutzman, Ind. Frank C. Guinta, N.H. Mark Sanford, S.C. Steve Womack, Ark. Dave Brat, Va. Rod Blum, Iowa Alex Mooney, W.Va. Glenn Grothman, Wis. Gary Palmer, Ala. John Moolenaar, Mich. Bruce Westerman, Ark. James B. Renacci, Ohio Bill Johnson, Ohio Chris Van Hollen, Md. - Ranking Member John Yarmuth, Ky. Bill Pascrell Jr., N.J. Tim Ryan, Ohio Gwen Moore, Wis. Kathy Castor, Fla. Jim McDermott, Wash. Barbara Lee, Calif. Mark Pocan, Wis. Michelle Lujan Grisham, N.M. Debbie Dingell, Mich. Ted Lieu, Calif. Donald Norcross, N.J. Seth Moulton, Mass. 12 www.morganlewis.com Education and Workforce Republicans (22) Democrats (16) John Kline, Minn. - Chairman Joe Wilson, S.C. Virginia Foxx, N.C. Duncan Hunter, Calif. Phil Roe, Tenn. Glenn Thompson, Pa. Tim Walberg, Mich. Matt Salmon, Ariz. Brett Guthrie, Ky. Todd Rokita, Ind. Lou Barletta, Pa. Joe Heck, Nev. Luke Messer, Ind. Bradley Byrne, Ala. Dave Brat, Va. Earl L. "Buddy" Carter, Ga. Mike Bishop, Mich. Glenn Grothman, Wis. Steve Russell, Okla. Carlos Curbelo, Fla. Elise Stefanik, N.Y. Rick W. Allen, Ga. Robert C. Scott, Va. - Ranking Member Rubén Hinojosa, Texas Susan A. Davis, Calif. Raúl M. Grijalva, Ariz. Joe Courtney, Conn. Marcia L. Fudge, Ohio Jared Polis, Colo. Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan, N. Marianas Frederica S. Wilson, Fla. Suzanne Bonamici, Ore. Mark Pocan, Wis. Mark Takano, Calif. Hakeem Jeffries, N.Y. Katherine M. Clark, Mass. Alma Adams, N.C. Mark DeSaulnier, Calif. Energy and Commerce Republicans (31) Democrats (23) Fred Upton, Mich. - Chairman Joe L. Barton, Texas John Shimkus, Ill. Joe Pitts, Pa. Greg Walden, Ore. Tim Murphy, Pa. Michael C. Burgess, Texas Marsha Blackburn, Tenn. Steve Scalise, La. Bob Latta, Ohio Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Wash. Gregg Harper, Miss. Leonard Lance, N.J. Brett Guthrie, Ky. Pete Olson, Texas David B. McKinley, W.Va. Mike Pompeo, Kan. Adam Kinzinger, Ill. Morgan Griffith, Va. Gus Bilirakis, Fla. Frank Pallone Jr., N.J. Bobby L. Rush, Ill. Anna G. Eshoo, Calif. Eliot L. Engel, N.Y. Gene Green, Texas Diana DeGette, Colo. Lois Capps, Calif. Mike Doyle, Pa. Jan Schakowsky, Ill. G.K. Butterfield, N.C. Doris Matsui, Calif. Kathy Castor, Fla. John Sarbanes, Md. Jerry McNerney, Calif. Peter Welch, Vt. Ben Ray Luján, N.M. Paul Tonko, N.Y. John Yarmuth, Ky. Yvette D. Clarke, N.Y. Dave Loebsack, Iowa 13 www.morganlewis.com Bill Johnson, Ohio Billy Long, Mo. Renee Ellmers, N.C. Larry Bucshon, Ind. Bill Flores, Texas Susan W. Brooks, Ind. Markwayne Mullin, Okla. Richard Hudson, N.C. Chris Collins, N.Y. Kevin Cramer, N.D. Kurt Schrader, Ore. Joseph P. Kennedy III, Mass. Tony Cárdenas, Calif. Financial Services Republicans (34) Democrats (26) Jeb Hensarling, Texas - Chairman Peter T. King, N.Y. Ed Royce, Calif. Frank D. Lucas, Okla. Scott Garrett, N.J. Randy Neugebauer, Texas Patrick T. McHenry, N.C. Steve Pearce, N.M. Bill Posey, Fla. Michael G. Fitzpatrick, Pa. Lynn Westmoreland, Ga. Blaine Luetkemeyer, Mo. Bill Huizenga, Mich. Sean P. Duffy, Wis. Robert Hurt, Va. Steve Stivers, Ohio Stephen Fincher, Tenn. Marlin Stutzman, Ind. Mick Mulvaney, S.C. Randy Hultgren, Ill. Dennis A. Ross, Fla. Robert Pittenger, N.C. Ann Wagner, Mo. Andy Barr, Ky. Keith Rothfus, Pa. Luke Messer, Ind. David Schweikert, Ariz. Frank C. Guinta, N.H. Scott Tipton, Colo. Roger Williams, Texas Bruce Poliquin, Maine Mia Love, Utah French Hill, Ark. Tom Emmer, Minn. Maxine Waters, Calif. - Ranking Member Carolyn B. Maloney, N.Y. Nydia M. Velázquez, N.Y. Brad Sherman, Calif. Gregory W. Meeks, N.Y. Michael E. Capuano, Mass. Rubén Hinojosa, Texas William Lacy Clay, Mo. Stephen F. Lynch, Mass. David Scott, Ga. Al Green, Texas Emanuel Cleaver II, Mo. Gwen Moore, Wis. Keith Ellison, Minn. Ed Perlmutter, Colo. Jim Himes, Conn. John Carney, Del. Terri A. Sewell, Ala. Bill Foster, Ill. Dan Kildee, Mich. Patrick Murphy, Fla. John Delaney, Md. Kyrsten Sinema, Ariz. Joyce Beatty, Ohio Denny Heck, Wash. Juan C. Vargas, Calif. 14 www.morganlewis.com Homeland Security Republicans (18) Democrats (12) Michael McCaul, Texas - Chairman Lamar Smith, Texas Peter T. King, N.Y. Mike D. Rogers, Ala. Candice S. Miller, Mich. - Vice Chair Jeff Duncan, S.C. Tom Marino, Pa. Lou Barletta, Pa. Scott Perry, Pa. Curt Clawson, Fla. John Katko, N.Y. Will Hurd, Texas Earl L. "Buddy" Carter, Ga. Mark Walker, N.C. Barry Loudermilk, Ga. Martha McSally, Ariz. John Ratcliffe, Texas Dan Donovan, N.Y. Bennie Thompson, Miss. - Ranking Member Loretta Sanchez, Calif. Sheila Jackson Lee, Texas Jim Langevin, R.I. Brian Higgins, N.Y. Cedric L. Richmond, La. William Keating, Mass. Donald M. Payne Jr., N.J. Filemon Vela, Texas Bonnie Watson Coleman, N.J. Kathleen Rice, N.Y. Norma J. Torres, Calif. Judiciary Republicans (23) Democrats (16) Robert W. Goodlatte, Va. - Chairman Jim Sensenbrenner, Wis. Lamar Smith, Texas Steve Chabot, Ohio Darrell Issa, Calif. J. Randy Forbes, Va. Steve King, Iowa Trent Franks, Ariz. Louie Gohmert, Texas Jim Jordan, Ohio Ted Poe, Texas Jason Chaffetz, Utah Tom Marino, Pa. Trey Gowdy, S.C. Raúl R. Labrador, Idaho Blake Farenthold, Texas Doug Collins, Ga. Ron DeSantis, Fla. Mimi Walters, Calif. Ken Buck, Colo. John Ratcliffe, Texas Dave Trott, Mich. Mike Bishop, Mich. John Conyers Jr., Mich. - Ranking Member Jerrold Nadler, N.Y. Zoe Lofgren, Calif. Sheila Jackson Lee, Texas Steve Cohen, Tenn. Hank Johnson, Ga. Pedro R. Pierluisi, P.R. Judy Chu, Calif. Ted Deutch, Fla. Luis V. Gutiérrez, Ill. Karen Bass, Calif. Cedric L. Richmond, La. Suzan DelBene, Wash. Hakeem Jeffries, N.Y. David Cicilline, R.I. Scott Peters, Calif. 15 www.morganlewis.com Natural Resources Republicans (26) Democrats (18) Rob Bishop, Utah - Chairman Don Young, Alaska Louie Gohmert, Texas Doug Lamborn, Colo. Rob Wittman, Va. John Fleming, La. Tom McClintock, Calif. Glenn Thompson, Pa. Cynthia M. Lummis, Wyo. Dan Benishek, Mich. Jeff Duncan, S.C. Paul Gosar, Ariz. Raúl R. Labrador, Idaho Doug LaMalfa, Calif. Jeff Denham, Calif. Paul Cook, Calif. Bruce Westerman, Ark. Garret Graves, La. Dan Newhouse, Wash. Ryan Zinke, Mont. Jody B. Hice, Ga. Aumua Amata Coleman Radewagen, A.S. Tom MacArthur, N.J. Alex Mooney, W.Va. Cresent Hardy, Nev. Darin LaHood, Ill. Raúl M. Grijalva, Ariz. - Ranking Member Grace F. Napolitano, Calif. Madeleine Z. Bordallo, Guam Jim Costa, Calif. Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan, N. Marianas Niki Tsongas, Mass. Pedro R. Pierluisi, P.R. Jared Huffman, Calif. Raul Ruiz, Calif. Alan Lowenthal, Calif. Don Beyer Jr., Va. Norma J. Torres, Calif. Debbie Dingell, Mich. Ruben Gallego, Ariz. Lois Capps, Calif. Jared Polis, Colo. William Lacy Clay, Mo. Vacancy Oversight and Government Reform Republicans (25) Democrats (18) Jason Chaffetz, Utah - Chairman John L. Mica, Fla. Michael R. Turner, Ohio John J. Duncan Jr., Tenn. Jim Jordan, Ohio Tim Walberg, Mich. Justin Amash, Mich. Paul Gosar, Ariz. Scott DesJarlais, Tenn. Trey Gowdy, S.C. Blake Farenthold, Texas Cynthia M. Lummis, Wyo. Thomas Massie, Ky. Mark Meadows, N.C. Ron DeSantis, Fla. Mick Mulvaney, S.C. Elijah E. Cummings, Md. - Ranking Member Carolyn B. Maloney, N.Y. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D.C. William Lacy Clay, Mo. Stephen F. Lynch, Mass. Jim Cooper, Tenn. Gerald E. Connolly, Va. Tammy Duckworth, Ill. Robin Kelly, Ill. Brenda Lawrence, Mich. Ted Lieu, Calif. Bonnie Watson Coleman, N.J. Stacey Plaskett, V.I. Mark DeSaulnier, Calif. Brendan F. Boyle, Pa. 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