118th Congress New House Leg Directors
U.S. House of Representatives

February 8, 2023 by TWN Staff
118th Congress New House Leg Directors
The chamber of the House of Representatives is seen at the Capitol in Washington, Feb. 28, 2022. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

As new members of the House of Representatives build their teams, one of the most important decisions they make is the appointment of a legislative director.

The Well News is tracking all of these top hires.

View the Senate list here.

DistrictU.S. RepresentativeLegislative Director
AL-05Dale W. StrongElla Sullins
AZ-02Elijah CraneLegislative Assistant Ashton Earl*
AZ-06Juan CiscomaniCaroline Bender
CA-03Kevin KileyJeannine Bender
CA-13John Duarte Deputy Chief Philippa Bradley*
CA-15Kevin Mullin Chief of Staff Kate Adams*
CA-37Sydney K. Kamlager-Dove Gabrielle Howard
CA-42Robert Garcia Andrew Bower
CO-07Brittany Pettersen Adam Finkel
CO-08Yadira Caraveo Ben Harrison
FL-04Aaron Bean James Thomas
FL-07Cory Mills Caleb Kostreva
FL-10Maxwell Frost **
FL-13Anna Paulina LunaAlexandra Webb
FL-15Laurel Moore Lee Deputy Chief of Staff Kevin O’Keefe*
FL-23Jared Evan Moskowitz Clare Plassche
GA-06Richard McCormick Nathan Barker
GA-10Mike Collins Kevin Petroccione
HI-02Jill N. Tokuda Ben Chao
IL-01Jonathan Jackson Yvesner Zamar
IL-03Delia C. Ramirez Joicelynne Jackson
IL-13Nikki Budzinski John Lee
IL-17Eric Sorensen Meryl Harold
IN-02Rudy Yakym Mike Dankler
IN-09Erin Houchin Jonathan Van Buren
IA-03Zach Nunn Ashley Gutwein
KY-03Morgan McGarvey Michael Demakos
MD-04Glenn F. Ivey Bradford Kane
MI-03Hillary ScholtenAndrew Orlebeke
MI-10John James Arian Beckwith
MI-13Shri Thanedar Chi Chukwuka
MS-04Mike Ezell Al David Saab
MO-04Mark Alford Tom Dolan
MO-07Eric Burlison Kyle McKay
MT-01Ryan K. Zinke Ben Van Sickle
NJ-07Tom Kean Chris Hall
NJ-08Rob Menendez **
NM-02Gabe Vasquez Austin Yager
NY-01Nick LaLota Mary Hrinkevich
NY-03George Anthony Devolder Santos **
NY-04Anthony P. D’Esposito Sarah Talmage
NY-10Daniel S. Goldman Erin Meegan
NY-17Michael LawlerJames McNamee
NY-19Marc MolinaroConnor Torossian
NY-22Brandon Williams Ryan Sweeney
NY-23Nick Langworthy William Smith
NC-01Don Davis Delia Kashat
NC-04Valerie P. Foushee Elizabeth Adkins
NC-11Chuck Edwards Ryan Dierker
NC-13Wiley Nickel Kevin Porter
NC-14Jeff Jackson Brian Duckworth
OH-01Greg Landsman Dominique Wardell
OH-07Max L. Miller Steve Hansen
OH-13Emilia Strong Sykes Gordon Holzberg
OK-02Josh Brecheen Sean McAndrews
OR-04Val Hoyle Bobby Puckett
OR-05Lori Chavez-DeRemer Marcus Brubaker
OR-06Andrea Salinas Kelly Nickel
PA-12Summer LeeYannick Gill
PA-17Christopher Deluzio Christopher Jerrolds
RI-02Seth Magaziner Emily Mercado
SC-07Russell W. FryAnnie Barletta
TN-05Andy OglesChris Fernandez
TX-01Nathaniel MoranDelayne Hyatt
TX-03Keith SelfBrad Decker
TX-08Morgan J. LuttrellCharlie Truxal
TX-15Monica De la CruzBrian Kennedy
TX-30Jasmine Felicia CrockettLegislative Correspondent Brendon Bradley*
TX-35Greg CasarAnn Oliveira
TX-38Wesley HuntJackie Modesett
VT-ALBecca BalintKate Gorud
VA-02Jen KiggansMaddie Mitchell
WA-03Marie Gluesenkamp PérezEmily Kolano
WI-03Derrick Van OrdenClaire Osborn
WY-ALHarriet M. HagemanTroy MacMullan

*Individual is currently acting as legislative director.

**Office has not responded.

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

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