U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee Roster

January 29, 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)

Chairman:  Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY)

Ranking Member: Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA)

Below is the roster of the Judiciary Committee in the 116th Congress.

Democratic Majority

Mary Gay Scanlon (PA), Vice Chair

Zoe Lofgren (CA)

Sheila Jackson Lee (TX)

Steve Cohen, (TN)

Hank Johnson (GA)

Ted Deutch (FL)

Karen Bass (CA)

Cedric Richmond (LA)

Hakeem Jeffries (NY)

David Cicilline (RI)

Eric Swalwell (CA)

Ted Lieu (CA)

Jamie Raskin (MD)

Pramila Jayapal (WA)

Val Demings (FL)

Lou Correa (CA)

Sylvia Garcia (TX)

Joe Neguse (CO)

Lucy McBath (GA)

Greg Stanton (AZ)

Madeleine Dean (PA)

Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (FL)

Veronica Escobar (TX)

Republican Minority

Jim Sensenbrenner (WI)

Steve Chabot (OH)

Louie Gohmert (TX)

Jim Jordan (OH)

Ken Buck (CO)

John Ratcliffe (TX)

Martha Roby (AL)

Matt Gaetz (FL)

Mike Johnson (LA)

Andy Biggs (AZ)

Tom McClintock (CA)

Debbie Lesko (AZ)

Guy Reschenthaler (PA)

Ben Cline (VA)

Kelly Armstrong (ND)

Greg Steube (FL)

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