118th Congress New House Chiefs
U.S. House of Representatives

January 3, 2023 by TWN Staff
118th Congress New House Chiefs
FILE - The House will convene Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023, for the new Congress. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

As new members of the House of Representatives take office, one of the first and most important decisions they make is the appointment of a chief of staff. The Well News is tracking all of these top hires.

The House met at noon to convene the 118th Congress.

After a prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance, there was a quorum call, followed by the ongoing election of the new speaker and eventually the new members will be sworn in.

View the Senate list here.

DistrictU.S. Representative (-elect)Chief of Staff
AL-05Dale W. StrongPayne Griffin
AZ-02Elijah CraneGregory Smith
AZ-06Juan CiscomaniBecky Freeman
CA-03Kevin KileyRobert “Bob” Holste
CA-13John Duarte Alex Ross
CA-15Kevin Mullin Kate Adams
CA-37Sydney K. Kamlager-Dove Hank Dixon
CA-42Robert Garcia Robert Edmonson
CO-07Brittany Pettersen Macey Matthews
CO-08Yadira Caraveo Brian Sowydra
FL-04Aaron Bean Jamie Robinette
FL-07Cory Mills Catherine Treadwell
FL-10Maxwell Frost Yuri Beckelman
FL-13Anna Paulina LunaSteve Koncar
FL-15Laurel Moore Lee Kevin Reilly
FL-23Jared Evan Moskowitz Lale Morrison
GA-06Richard McCormick Philip Singleton
GA-10Mike Collins Brandon Phillips
HI-02Jill N. Tokuda Wendy Clerinx
IL-01Jonathan Jackson Edward Hamb
IL-03Delia C. Ramirez Fae Rabin
IL-13Nikki Budzinski Anne Sokolov
IL-17Eric Sorensen Joseph Goldberg
IN-02Rudy Yakym Ben Falkowski
IN-09Erin Houchin Kyle Kizzier
IA-03Zach Nunn Brad Stewart
KY-03Morgan McGarvey Amy Soenksen
MD-04Glenn F. Ivey Robin Peguero
MI-03Hillary ScholtenCraig Kwiecinski
MI-10John James Jackson Gross
MI-13Shri Thanedar Mike McQuerry
MS-04Mike Ezell Joe Nicholson
MO-04Mark Alford Michael Martin
MO-07Eric Burlison Aaron Calkins
MT-01Ryan K. Zinke Heather Swift
NJ-07Tom Kean Danielle Varallo Stewart
NJ-08Rob Menendez Claudia Urrabazo
NM-02Gabe Vasquez Adela Amador
NY-01Nick LaLota Nikki Rapanos
NY-03George Anthony Devolder-Santos Charles “Charley” Lovett
NY-04Anthony P. D’Esposito Robert Gies
NY-10Daniel S. Goldman Haley Scott
NY-17Michael LawlerAndrea Grace
NY-19Marc MolinaroJeff Bishop
NY-22Brandon Williams Michael Gordon
NY-23Nick Langworthy Jessica Proud
NC-01Don Davis Hannah Spengler
NC-04Valerie P. Foushee Anna Nunn
NC-11Chuck Edwards Bronwyn Lance
NC-13Wiley Nickel Abby May
NC-14Jeff Jackson Dylan Arant
OH-01Greg Landsman Leslie Waldron Grubb
OH-07Max L. Miller Joe Ellis
OH-13Emilia Strong Sykes Kathryn Mitchell
OK-02Josh Brecheen Jon Terry Jones
OR-04Val Hoyle Karmen Fore
OR-05Lori Chavez-DeRemer Jihun Han
OR-06Andrea Salinas Shannon Geison
PA-12Summer LeeWasi Mohamed
PA-17Christopher Deluzio Matt Koos
RI-02Seth Magaziner Clay Schroers
SC-07Russell W. FryMatt Orr
TN-05Andy OglesGrant Henry
TX-01Nathaniel MoranJoshua Bradley
TX-03Keith SelfHillary Parkinson
TX-08Morgan J. LuttrellChrissi Lee
TX-15Monica De la Cruz HernandezKaren Navarro
TX-30Jasmine Felicia CrockettJason Rodriguez
TX-35Greg CasarStephanie Trinh
TX-38Wesley HuntJames Kyrkanides
VT-ALBecca BalintMegan Garcia
VA-02Jen KiggansTyler Edmonds
WA-03Marie Gluesenkamp PérezJessica Killin
WI-03Derrick Van OrdenBrett Wakeman
WY-ALHarriet M. HagemanCarly Jean Couture

You can reach us at [email protected] with any updates.

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