Incoming Freshman Members of the U.S. House of Representatives

Below is a list of the 53 incoming freshman members of the U.S. House of sotu-14-02Representatives for the 115th Congress.  There are 26 new Republicans and 27 new Democrats.

After the 2016 general elections, Republicans maintained majority control of the U.S. House of Representatives with (currently) 239 of the 435 seats. Democrats currently hold 193 seats.  To date, there remain three House races undecided that will impact the final numbers in the U.S. House: Louisiana congressional district 4 will be decided in a run-off election on December 10 and two California districts #7 and #49 are awaiting final numbers.

The 115th Congress is scheduled to meet from January 3, 2017, through January 3, 2019.

REPUBLICANS DEMOCRATS
Andy Biggs, Arizona 05

Matt Gaetz, Florida 01

Neal Dunn, Florida 02

John Rutherford, Florida 04

Brian Mast, Florida 18

Francis Rooney, Florida 19

Drew Ferguson, Georgia 03

Jim Banks, Indiana 03

Trey Hollingsworth, Indiana 09

Roger Marshall, Kansas 01

James Comer, Kentucky 01

Jack Bergman, Michigan 01

Paul Mitchell, Michigan 10

Jason Lewis, Minnesota 02

Don Bacon, Nebraska 02

John Faso, New York 19

Claudia Tenney, New York 22

Tedd Budd, North Carolina 13

Brian Fitzpatrick, Pennsylvania 08

Lloyd Smucker, Pennsylvania 16

David Kustoff, Tennessee 08

Jodey Arrington, Texas 19

Scott Taylor, Virginia 02

Tom Garrett, Virginia 05

Mike Gallagher, Wisconsin 08

Liz Cheney, Wyoming-AL

Tom O’Halleran, Arizona 01

Ro Khanna, California 17

Jimmy Panetta, California 20

Salud Carbajal, California 24

Nanette Barragan, California 44

Lou Correa, California 46

Lisa Blunt Rochester, Delaware-AL

Al Lawson, Florida 05

Stephanie Murphy, Florida 07

Darren Soto, Florida 09

Val Demings, Florida 10

Charlie Crist, Florida 13

Colleen Hanabusa, Hawaii 01

Raja Krishnamoorthi, Illinois 08

Brad Schneider, Illinois 10

Anthony Brown, Maryland 04

Jamie Raskin, Maryland 08

Jacky Rosen, Nevada 03

Ruben Kihuen, Nevada 04

Carol Shea-Porter, New Hampshire 01

Josh Gottheimer, New Jersey 05

Tom Suozzi, New York 03

Adriano Espaillat, New York 13

Dwight Evans, Pennsylvania 02

Vicente Gonzalez, Texas 15

A. McEachin, Virginia 04

Pramila Jayapal, Washington 07


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