New Member Legislative Directors
U.S. House of Representatives

January 23, 2019 by TWN Staff
The East Front of the United States Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., on December 25, 2018. (Evan Golub/Zuma Press/TNS)

As new members of the House of Representatives take office, 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.

District U.S. Representative Legislative Director
AZ-02 Ann Kirkpatrick Christian Walker
AZ-09 Greg Stanton Tracee Sutton
CA-10 Josh Harder Adela Amador
CA-21 TJ Cox Jared Henderson
CA-25 Katie Hill Graham Kelly
CA-39 Gil Cisneros Emma Norvell
CA-45 Katie Porter Brieana Marticorena
CA-48 Harley Rouda Andrew Noh
CA-49 Mike Levin Jonathan Gilbert
CO-02 Joe Neguse Ben Morris
CO-06 Jason Crow Justin Meuse
CT-05 Jahana Hayes  tbd
FL-06 Michael Waltz Walker Barrett
FL-15 Ross Spano Augustus T. Ashton
FL-17 Greg Steube Reginald Darby
FL-26 Debbie Mucarsel-Powell Courtney Fogwell
FL-27 Donna Shalala Carla McGarvey
GA-06 Lucy McBath  tbd
HI-01 Ed Case Tim Nelson
IA-01 Abby Finkenauer Tyler Wilson
IA-03 Cindy Axne Denise Fleming
ID-01 Russ Fulcher Andrew Neill
IL-04 Jesus “Chuy” Garcia Don Andres
IL-06 Sean Casten Calli Shapiro
IL-14 Lauren Underwood  tbd
IN-04 Jim Baird Sarah Czusin
IN-06 Greg Pence Jonathan Van Buren
KS-02 Steve Watkins Adam York
KS-03 Sharice Davids tbd
MA-03 Lori Trahan Ronny Carlton
MA-07 Ayanna Pressley Aissa Canchola
MD-06 David Trone Christina Tsafoulias
ME-02 Jared Golden Eric Kanter
MI-08 Elissa Slotkin tbd
MI-09 Andy Levin Catherine Rowland
MI-11 Haley Stevens Sarah Reingold
MI-13 Rashida Tlaib Dominique Warren
MN-01 Jim Hagedorn Jim Hahn
MN-02 Angie Craig Will Mitchell
MN-03 Dean Phillips Imani Augustus
MN-05 Ilhan Omar Kelly Misselwitz
MN-08 Pete Stauber Jeffrey Bishop
MS-03 Michael Guest Elizabeth Joseph
ND-01 Kelly Armstrong Casey Fitzpatrick
NH-01 Chris Pappas Steven Carlson
NJ-02 Jeff Van Drew Javier Gamboa
NJ-03 Andy Kim tbd
NJ-07 Tom Malinowski Eliza Ramirez
NJ-11 Mikie Sherrill tbd
NM-01 Deb Haaland Eric Werwa
NM-02 Xochitl Torres Small Brooke Stuedell
NV-03 Susie Lee Samuel Morgante
NV-04 Steven Horsford Josefina Villanueva
NY-11 Max Rose Erin Meegan
NY-14 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Ariel Eckblad
NY-19 Antonio Delgado Jessica Andrews
NY-22 Anthony Brindisi Robert Dougherty
NY-25 Joe Morelle Abbie Sorrendino
OH-16 Anthony Gonzalez Stephen Hostelley
OK-01 Kevin Hern Jeff Billman
OK-05 Kendra Horn Rayshon Payton
PA-04 Madeleine Dean Colleen Carlos
PA-05 Mary Gay Scanlon Armita Pedramrazi
PA-06 Chrissy Houlahan Caitlin Frazer
PA-07 Susan Wild Dorcas Adekunle
PA-09 Dan Meuser Patrick Rooney
PA-13 John Joyce Matthew Tucker
PA-14 Guy Reschenthaler Emily Ackerman
SC-01 Joe Cunningham RaShawn Mitchell
SC-04 William Timmons Hilary Ranieri
SD-01 Dusty Johnson Darren Hedlund
TN-02 Tim Burchett Zach Dooley
TN-06 John Rose tbd
TN-07 Mark Green Jay Krozner
TX-02 Dan Crenshaw Matt Hodge
TX-03 Van Taylor John Thompson
TX-05 Lance Gooden Ryan Ethington
TX-06 Ron Wright Levi Gibson
TX-07 Lizzie Fletcher Charles Jackson
TX-16 Veronica Escobar Jacqueline A. Sanchez
TX-21 Chip Roy Margaret Harrell
TX-29 Sylvia Garcia tbd
TX-32 Colin Allred Janelle McClure
UT-04 Ben McAdams Eric May
VA-02 Elaine Luria Tyrone Bratton
VA-05 Denver Riggleman Isaac Hoskins
VA-06 Ben Cline Paula Manley
VA-07 Abigail Spanberger Maryam Janani
VA-10 Jennifer Wexton Michael Lucier
WA-08 Kim Schrier tbd
WI-01 Bryan Steil David Goldfarb
WV-03 Carol Miller Lauren Billman

 

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