Seniority in the United States House of Representatives

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This is a complete list of current members of the United States House of Representatives based on seniority. For the most part, representatives are ranked by the beginning of their terms in office. Representatives whose terms begin the same day are ranked alphabetically by last name. [lower-alpha 1]

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How seniority is calculated

Members of the House are arranged by the number of terms they have served, before being arranged by the beginning date of their most recent continuous service. Where members have served the same number of terms and have the same date of service, they are arranged alphabetically by last name. [1]

Representatives who return to the House after having previously served in the House may be credited with service equal to one less than the number of terms they served. For example, Rep. Steve Chabot had previously served seven terms, from 1995 to 2009, when he was once again elected in 2010. Instead of holding seniority with others whose terms began January 3, 2011, he was credited with six terms, and holds seniority above all representatives whose terms began on or after January 3, 1999. When a representative has served a prior term of fewer than two terms (i.e., prior term minus one equals less than one), they are ranked above all others whose service begins on the same day.[ citation needed ]

Benefits of seniority

Committee leadership in the House is often associated with seniority, especially in the Democratic Caucus. The Republican leadership, in comparison with the Democratic Party, prioritizes voting records and campaign fundraising over seniority for committee leadership. [2] Party leadership in the House is not strictly associated with seniority.

Seniority also affects access to more desirable office space in the House Office Buildings.

The higher the levels you are in seniority, the more likely you get desirable committee assignments, or leadership posts like the Democratic Steering and Policy Committee or Republican Policy Committee. Normally, the more senior you are in a certain committee, the more likely you will be chosen to be the committee chairman, or ranking member should your caucus be in the minority. However, in some more powerful and exclusive committees like House Committee on Energy and Commerce and House Committee on Appropriations, you may not be chosen as the chairman even if you are the most senior member. [ citation needed ]

Vacancies

Expected Vacancies

Current seniority list

<!--If you cannot view this table on the mobile app, please open this article in a web browser.--> {| class="wikitable sortable" |- valign=bottom ! Rank ! Member ! Party ! District ! Seniority date<br><small>Previous service (if any){{efn | name="elevated seniority"|Members elected with substantial prior service receive credit for part of that service when calculating seniority.}}</small><br> ! Committee and leadership positions |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Don|Young}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Alaska|AL|X}} | March 6, 1973 | [[Dean of the United States House of Representatives|Dean of the House]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Hal|Rogers}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Kentucky|5|X}} | rowspan=2 | January 3, 1981 | rowspan=2 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Chris|Smith|dab=New Jersey politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|New Jersey|4|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Steny|Hoyer}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Maryland|5|X}} | May 19, 1981 | [[Party leaders of the United States House of Representatives|Majority Leader]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Marcy|Kaptur}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Ohio|9|X}} | January 3, 1983 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Peter|DeFazio}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Oregon|4|X}} | rowspan=2 | January 3, 1987 | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure|Transportation and Infrastructure]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Fred|Upton}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Michigan|6|X}} |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Nancy|Pelosi}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|12|X}} | June 2, 1987 | [[Speaker of the United States House of Representatives|Speaker of the House]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Frank|Pallone}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New Jersey|6|X}} | November 8, 1988 | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Energy and Commerce|Energy and Commerce]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Richard|Neal}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Massachusetts|1|X}} |January 3, 1989 | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Ways and Means|Ways and Means]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|David|Price|dab=American politician}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|North Carolina|4|X}} | January 3, 1997<br/><small>1987–1995</small> |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Rosa|DeLauro}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Connecticut|3|X}} | rowspan=2 | January 3, 1991 | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Appropriations|Appropriations]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Maxine|Waters}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|43|X}} | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Financial Services|Financial Services]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jerry|Nadler}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New York|10|X}} | November 3, 1992 | Chair: [[United States House Committee on the Judiciary|Judiciary]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jim|Cooper}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Tennessee|5|X}} | January 3, 2003<br/><small>1983–1995</small> | rowspan=3 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Sanford|Bishop}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Georgia|2|X}} | rowspan=11 | January 3, 1993 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Ken|Calvert}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|California|42|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jim|Clyburn}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|South Carolina|6|X}} | Majority Whip |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Anna|Eshoo}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|18|X}} | rowspan=2 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Alcee|Hastings}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Florida|20|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Eddie Bernice|Johnson}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Texas|30|X}} | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Science, Space and Technology|Science, Space and Technology]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Carolyn|Maloney}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New York|12|X}} | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform|Oversight and Government Reform]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Lucille|Roybal-Allard}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|40|X}} | rowspan=2 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Bobby|Rush}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Illinois|1|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Bobby|Scott|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Virginia|3|X}} | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Education and the Workforce|Education and Labor]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Nydia|Velázquez}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New York|7|X}} | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Small Business|Small Business]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Bennie|Thompson}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Mississippi|2|X}} | April 13, 1993 | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Homeland Security|Homeland Security]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Frank|Lucas|dab=Oklahoma politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Oklahoma|3|X}} | May 10, 1994 | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Science, Space and Technology|Science, Space and Technology]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Lloyd|Doggett}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Texas|35|X}} | rowspan=4 | January 3, 1995 | rowspan=6 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Mike|Doyle|dab=American politician}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Pennsylvania|18|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Sheila|Jackson Lee}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Texas|18|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Zoe|Lofgren}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|19|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Earl|Blumenauer}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Oregon|3|X}} | May 21, 1996 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Robert|Aderholt}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Alabama|4|X}} | rowspan=10 | January 3, 1997 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Kevin|Brady}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Texas|8|X}} | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Ways and Means|Ways and Means]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Danny K.|Davis}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Illinois|7|X}} | rowspan=2 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Diana|DeGette}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Colorado|1|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Kay|Granger}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Texas|12|X}} | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Appropriations|Appropriations]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Ron|Kind}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Wisconsin|3|X}} |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jim|McGovern|dab=American politician}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Massachusetts|2|X}} | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Rules|Rules]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Bill|Pascrell}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New Jersey|9|X}} | rowspan=2 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Brad|Sherman}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|30|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Adam|Smith|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Washington|9|X}} | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Armed Services|Armed Services]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Gregory|Meeks}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New York|5|X}} | February 3, 1998 | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs|Foreign Affairs]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Barbara|Lee}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|13|X}} | April 7, 1998 | rowspan=8 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Steve|Chabot}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Ohio|1|X}} | January 3, 2011<br/><small>1995–2009</small> |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|John B.|Larson}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Connecticut|1|X}} | rowspan=5 | January 3, 1999 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Grace|Napolitano}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|32|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jan|Schakowsky}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Illinois|9|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Mike|Simpson}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Idaho|2|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Mike|Thompson|dab=California politician}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|5|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Pete|Sessions}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Texas|17|X}} | January 3, 2021<br/><small>1997–2019</small> |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Sam|Graves}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Missouri|6|X}} | rowspan=5 | January 3, 2001 | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure|Transportation and Infrastructure]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|James|Langevin}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Rhode Island|2|X}} | rowspan=3 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Rick|Larsen}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Washington|2|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Betty|McCollum}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Minnesota|4|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Adam|Schiff}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|28|X}} | Chair: [[United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence|Intelligence]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Stephen F.|Lynch}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Massachusetts|8|X}} | October 16, 2001 | rowspan=4 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Joe|Wilson|dab=American politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|South Carolina|2|X}} | December 18, 2001 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Michael C.|Burgess}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Texas|26|X}} | rowspan=12 | January 3, 2003 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|John|Carter|dab=Texas politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Texas|31|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Tom|Cole}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Oklahoma|4|X}} | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Rules|Rules]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Mario|Díaz-Balart}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Florida|25|X}} |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Raúl|Grijalva}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Arizona|3|X}} | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Natural Resources|Natural Resources]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Devin|Nunes}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|California|22|X}} | Ranking Member: [[United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence|Intelligence]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Mike|Rogers|dab=Alabama politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Alabama|3|X}} | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Armed Services|Armed Services]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Dutch|Ruppersberger}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Maryland|2|X}} | rowspan=3 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Tim|Ryan|dab=Ohio politician}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Ohio|13|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Linda|Sánchez}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|38|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|David|Scott|dab=Georgia politician}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Georgia|13|X}} | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Agriculture|Agriculture]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Mike|Turner}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Ohio|10|X}} | rowspan=7 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|G. K.|Butterfield}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|North Carolina|1|X}} | July 20, 2004 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Darrell|Issa}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|California|50|X}} | January 3, 2021<br/><small>2001–2019</small> |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Emanuel|Cleaver}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Missouri|5|X}} | rowspan=13 | January 3, 2005 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jim|Costa}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|16|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Henry|Cuellar}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Texas|28|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jeff|Fortenberry}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Nebraska|1|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Virginia|Foxx}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|North Carolina|5|X}} | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Education and the Workforce|Education and Labor]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Louie|Gohmert}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Texas|1|X}} | rowspan=3 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Al|Green|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Texas|9|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Brian|Higgins}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New York|26|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Michael|McCaul}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Texas|10|X}} | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs|Foreign Affairs]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Patrick|McHenry}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|North Carolina|10|X}} | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Financial Services|Financial Services]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Cathy McMorris|Rodgers}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Washington|5|X}} | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Energy and Commerce|Energy and Commerce]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Gwen|Moore}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Wisconsin|4|X}} | rowspan=11 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Debbie|Wasserman Schultz}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Florida|23|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Doris|Matsui}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|6|X}} | March 8, 2005 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Albio|Sires}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New Jersey|8|X}} | November 7, 2006 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Gus|Bilirakis}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Florida|12|X}} | rowspan=16 | January 3, 2007 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Vern|Buchanan}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Florida|16|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Kathy|Castor}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Florida|14|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Yvette|Clarke}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New York|9|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Steve|Cohen}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Tennessee|9|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Joe|Courtney|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Connecticut|2|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Hank|Johnson}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Georgia|4|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jim|Jordan|dab=American politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Ohio|4|X}} | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on the Judiciary|Judiciary]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Doug|Lamborn}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Colorado|5|X}} | |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Kevin|McCarthy|dab=California politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|California|23|X}} | [[Party leaders of the United States House of Representatives|Minority Leader]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jerry|McNerney}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|9|X}} | rowspan=5 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Ed|Perlmutter}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Colorado|7|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|John|Sarbanes}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Maryland|3|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Adrian|Smith|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Nebraska|3|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Peter|Welch}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Vermont|AL|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|John|Yarmuth}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Kentucky|3|X}} | Chair: [[United States House Committee on the Budget|Budget]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Bob|Latta}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Ohio|5|X}} | rowspan=2 | December 11, 2007 | rowspan=4 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Rob|Wittman}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Virginia|1|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|André|Carson}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Indiana|7|X}} | March 11, 2008 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jackie|Speier}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|14|X}} | April 8, 2008 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Steve|Scalise}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Louisiana|1|X}} | May 3, 2008 | [[Party leaders of the United States House of Representatives|Minority Whip]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Marcia|Fudge}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Ohio|11|X}} | November 18, 2008 | rowspan=4 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Gerry|Connolly}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Virginia|11|X}} | rowspan=10 | January 3, 2009 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Brett|Guthrie}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Kentucky|2|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jim|Himes}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Connecticut|4|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Blaine|Luetkemeyer}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Missouri|3|X}} | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Small Business|Small Business]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Tom|McClintock}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|California|4|X}} | rowspan=4 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Chellie|Pingree}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Maine|1|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Bill|Posey}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Florida|8|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Kurt|Schrader}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Oregon|5|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Glenn|Thompson|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Pennsylvania|15|X}} | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Agriculture|Agriculture]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Paul|Tonko}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New York|20|X}} | rowspan=4 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Mike|Quigley|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Illinois|5|X}} | April 7, 2009 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Judy|Chu}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|27|X}} | July 14, 2009 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|John|Garamendi}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|3|X}} | November 3, 2009 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Ted|Deutch}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Florida|22|X}} | April 13, 2010 | Chair: [[United States House Committee on Ethics|Ethics]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Tom|Reed|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|New York|23|X}} | November 2, 2010 | rowspan=51 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Tim|Walberg}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Michigan|7|X}} | January 3, 2011<br/><small>2007–2009</small> |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Bill|Foster|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Illinois|11|X}} | January 3, 2013<br/><small>2008–2011</small> |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Kweisi|Mfume}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Maryland|7|X}} | April 28, 2020<br/><small>1987–1996</small> |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Karen|Bass}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|37|X}} | rowspan=29 | January 3, 2011 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Mo|Brooks}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Alabama|5|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Larry|Bucshon}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Indiana|8|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|David|Cicilline}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Rhode Island|1|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Rick|Crawford|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Arkansas|1|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Scott|DesJarlais}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Tennessee|4|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jeff|Duncan|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|South Carolina|3|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Chuck|Fleischmann}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Tennessee|3|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Bob|Gibbs}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Ohio|7|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Paul|Gosar}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Arizona|4|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Morgan|Griffith}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Virginia|9|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Andy|Harris|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Maryland|1|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Vicky|Hartzler}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Missouri|4|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jaime|Herrera Beutler}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Washington|3|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Bill|Huizenga}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Michigan|2|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Bill|Johnson|dab=Ohio politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Ohio|6|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Bill|Keating|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Massachusetts|9|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Mike|Kelly|dab=Pennsylvania politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Pennsylvania|16|X}} |- ! 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_row_count | {{sortname|Tom|Emmer}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Minnesota|6|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Ruben|Gallego}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Arizona|7|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Garret|Graves}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Louisiana|6|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Glenn|Grothman}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Wisconsin|6|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jody|Hice}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Georgia|10|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|French|Hill|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Arkansas|2|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|John|Katko}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|New York|24|X}} | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Homeland Security|Homeland Security]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Brenda|Lawrence}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Michigan|14|X}} | rowspan=13 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Ted|Lieu}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|33|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Barry|Loudermilk}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Georgia|11|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|John|Moolenaar}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Michigan|4|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Alex|Mooney}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|West Virginia|2|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Seth|Moulton}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Massachusetts|6|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Dan|Newhouse}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Washington|4|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Gary|Palmer|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Alabama|6|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Kathleen|Rice}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New York|4|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|David|Rouzer}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|North Carolina|7|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Elise|Stefanik}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|New York|21|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Norma|Torres}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|35|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Bonnie|Watson Coleman}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New Jersey|12|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Bruce|Westerman}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Arkansas|4|X}} | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Natural Resources|Natural Resources]] |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Lee|Zeldin}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|New York|1|X}} | rowspan=4 |   |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Trent|Kelly}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Mississippi|1|X}} | June 2, 2015 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Darin|LaHood}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Illinois|18|X}} | September 10, 2015 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Warren|Davidson}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Ohio|8|X}} | June 7, 2016 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|James|Comer|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Kentucky|1|X}} | rowspan=2 | November 8, 2016 | Ranking Member: [[United States House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform|Oversight and Government Reform]] |- ! 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_row_count | {{sortname|Neal|Dunn}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Florida|2|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Adriano|Espaillat}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New York|13|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Drew|Ferguson|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Georgia|3|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Brian|Fitzpatrick|dab=American politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Pennsylvania|1|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Matt|Gaetz}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Florida|1|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Mike|Gallagher|dab=American politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Wisconsin|8|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Vicente|Gonzalez|dab=politician}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Texas|15|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Josh|Gottheimer}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New Jersey|5|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Clay|Higgins}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Louisiana|3|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Trey|Hollingsworth}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Indiana|9|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Pramila|Jayapal}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Washington|7|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Mike|Johnson|dab=Louisiana politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Louisiana|4|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Ro|Khanna}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|17|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Raja|Krishnamoorthi}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Illinois|8|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|David|Kustoff}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Tennessee|8|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Al|Lawson}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Florida|5|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Brian|Mast}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Florida|18|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Donald|McEachin}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Virginia|4|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Stephanie|Murphy}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Florida|7|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Tom|O'Halleran}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Arizona|1|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jimmy|Panetta}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|20|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jamie|Raskin}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Maryland|8|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|John|Rutherford|dab=Florida politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Florida|4|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Lloyd|Smucker}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Pennsylvania|11|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Darren|Soto}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Florida|9|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Thomas|Suozzi}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New York|3|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Ron|Estes}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Kansas|4|X}} | April 11, 2017 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jimmy|Gomez}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|California|34|X}} | June 6, 2017 |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Ralph|Norman}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|South Carolina|5|X}} | June 20, 2017 |- ! 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_row_count | {{sortname|Barry|Moore|dab=Alabama politician}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Alabama|2|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Blake|Moore}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Utah|1|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Frank J.|Mrvan}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Indiana|1|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Troy|Nehls}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Texas|22|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Marie|Newman}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Illinois|3|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Jay|Obernolte}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|California|8|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Burgess|Owens}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Utah|4|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|August|Pfluger}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Texas|11|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Matt|Rosendale}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Montana|AL|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Deborah K.|Ross}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|North Carolina|2|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Maria Elvira|Salazar}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Florida|27|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Victoria|Spartz}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Indiana|5|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Michelle|Steel}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|California|48|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Marilyn|Strickland}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Washington|10|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Ritchie|Torres}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|New York|15|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Beth|Van Duyne}} | {{Party shading/Republican}} | R | {{ushr|Texas|24|X}} |- ! _row_count | {{sortname|Nikema|Williams}} | {{Party shading/Democratic}} | D | {{ushr|Georgia|5|X}} |- valign=top ! Rank ! Member ! Party ! District ! Seniority date<br><small>Previous service (if any){{efn | name="elevated seniority"|Members elected with substantial prior service receive credit for part of that service when calculating seniority.}}</small><br> ! Committee and leadership positions |}

Delegates

RankDelegatePartyDistrictSeniority date
(Previous service, if any)
1 Eleanor Holmes Norton D District of Columbia at-large January 3, 1991
2 Gregorio Sablan I [lower-alpha 2] Northern Mariana Islands at-large January 3, 2009
3 Stacey Plaskett D United States Virgin Islands at-large January 3, 2015
4 Amata Coleman Radewagen R American Samoa at-large
5 Jenniffer González NPP/R Puerto Rico at-large January 3, 2017
6 Michael San Nicolas D Guam at-large January 3, 2019

See also

Notes

  1. Delegates are non-voting members of the United States House of Representatives.
  2. Caucuses with the Democrats for the purpose of committee assignments.

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References

  1. "Terms of Service for Members of the House of Representatives". Historian of the United States House of Representatives . Retrieved November 28, 2020.
  2. "House Seniority and Committee Leadership". U.S. News & World Report. December 8, 2006.