U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs 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. Eliot Engel (D-NY)

Ranking Member: Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX)

Below is the roster of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the 116th Congress.

Democratic Majority

Joaquin Castro (TX), Vice Chair

Brad Sherman (CA)

Gregory Meeks (NY)

Albio Sires (NJ)

Gerry Connolly (VA)

Ted Deutch (FL)

Karen Bass (CA)

Bill Keating (MA)

David Cicilline (RI)

Ami Bera (CA)

Dina Titus (NV)

Adriano Espaillat (NY)

Ted Lieu (CA)

Susan Wild (PA)

Dean Phillips (MN)

Ilhan Omar (MN)

Colin Allred (TX)

Andy Levin (MI)

Abigail Spanberger (VA)

Chrissy Houlahan (PA)

Tom Malinowski (NJ)

David Trone (MD)

Jim Costa (CA)

Juan Vargas (CA)

Vicente Gonzalez (TX)

Republican Minority

Ann Wagner (MO), Vice Ranking Member

Chris Smith (NJ)

Steve Chabot (OH)

Joe Wilson (SC)

Scott Perry (PA)

Ted Yoho (FL)

Adam Kinzinger (IL)

Lee Zeldin (NY)

Jim Sensenbrenner (WI)

Brian Mast (FL)

Francis Rooney (FL)

Brian Fitzpatrick (PA)

John Curtis (UT)

Ken Buck (CO)

Ron Wright (TX)

Guy Reschenthaler (PA)

Tim Burchett (TN)

Greg Pence (IN)

Steve Watkins (KS)

Michael Guest (MS)

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