Legislative Update - 12/12/2018

posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2018 in Public Policy Network

By now, you’ve probably read the headlines, watched the clips, and heard a fair amount from those on social media on the midterm elections. Let’s take a step back and look at the results without any commentary. This is not meant to be an all-encompassing analysis but a short review of how the results will affect our district. We will also take a look at what is happening in DC during this lame duck session.

Election Results

Almost all of the contest have been announced and Representatives-elect and Senators-elect are swiftly putting together their DC offices. Below you will find a full list of Representatives and Senators who will represent our district in the 116th US Congress. We will continue our relationships with those who were re-elected and look forward to building new relationships with those who won for the first time.

State Title First Last Dist Pty Re-Elect
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski AK R 2022
Alaska Sen. Dan Sullivan AK R 2020
Alaska Rep Don Young AK-01 R
American Samoa Del. Amata Radewagen AS-01 R
Guam Del. Madeleine Bordallo D
Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono HI D 2024
Hawaii Sen. Brian Schatz HI D 2022
Hawaii Rep-Elect Ed Case HI-01 D
Hawaii Rep Tulsi Gabbard HI-02 D
Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo ID R 2022
Idaho Sen. James E. Risch ID R 2020
Idaho Rep-Elect Russ Fulcher ID-01 R
Idaho Rep Mike Simpson ID-02 R
Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst IA R 2020
Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley IA R 2022
Iowa Rep-Elect Abby Finkenauer IA-01 D
Iowa Rep David Loebsack IA-02 D
Iowa Rep-Elect Cindy Axne IA-03 D
Iowa Rep Steve King IA-04 R
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar MN D 2024
Minnesota Sen. Tina Smith MN D 2020
Minnesota Rep-Elect Jim Hagedorn MN-01 R
Minnesota Rep-Elect Angie Craig MN-02 D
Minnesota Rep-Elect Dean Phillips MN-03 D
Minnesota Rep Betty McCollum MN-04 D
Minnesota Rep-Elect Ilhan Omar MN-05 D
Minnesota Rep Tom Emmer MN-06 R
Minnesota Rep Collin C. Peterson MN-07 D
Minnesota Rep-Elect Pete Strauber MN-08 R
Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt MO R 2022
Missouri Sen.-Elect Josh Hawley MO R 2024
Missouri Rep William "Lacy" Clay, Jr. MO-01 D
Missouri Rep Ann Wagner MO-02 R
Missouri Rep Blaine Luetkemeyer MO-03 R
Missouri Rep Vicky Hartzler MO-04 R
Missouri Rep Emanuel Cleaver MO-05 D
Missouri Rep Sam Graves MO-06 R
Missouri Rep Billy Long MO-07 R
Missouri Rep Jason Smith MO-08 R
Montana Sen. Steve Daines MT R 2020
Montana Sen. Jon Tester MT D 2024
Montana Rep Greg Gianforte MT-01 R
North Dakota Sen. John Hoeven ND R 2022
North Dakota Sen.-Elect Kevin Cramer ND R 2024
North Dakota Rep-Elect Kelly Armstrong ND-01 R
Northern Mariana Islands Del. Gregorio Sablan MP-01 D
Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden OR D 2022
Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley OR D 2020
Oregon Rep Suzanne Bonamici OR-01 D
Oregon Rep Greg Walden OR-02 R
Oregon Rep Earl Blumenauer OR-03 D
Oregon Rep Peter De Fazio OR-04 D
Oregon Rep Kurt Schrader OR-05 D
South Dakota Sen. Mike Rounds SD R 2020
South Dakota Sen. John Thune SD R 2022
South Dakota Rep-Elect Dusty Johnson SD-01 R
Utah Sen. Mike Lee UT R 2022
Utah Sen.-Elect Mitt Romney UT R 2024
Utah Rep Rob Bishop UT-01 R
Utah Rep Chris Stewart UT-02 R
Utah Rep-Elect John Curtis UT-03 R
Utah Rep-Elect Ben McAdams UT-04 D
Washington Sen. Maria Cantwell WA D 2024
Washington Sen. Patty Murray WA D 2022
Washington Rep Suzan Del Bene WA-01 D
Washington Rep Rick Larsen WA-02 D
Washington Rep Jaime Herrera Beutler WA-03 R
Washington Rep Dan Newhouse WA-04 R
Washington Rep Cathy McMorris Rogers WA-05 R
Washington Rep Derek Kilmer WA-06 D
Washington Rep Pramila Jayapal WA-07 D
Washington Rep-Elect Kim Schrier WA-08 D
Washington Rep Adam Smith WA-09 D
Washington Rep Denny Heck WA-10 D
Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso WY R 2024
Wyoming Sen. Michael B. Enzi WY R 2020
Wyoming Rep Liz Cheney WY-01 R

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL LIST OF US REPRESENTATIVES

Committee Assignments

We are closely monitoring progress for Committee leadership and assignments. The change in majority is a time for refocusing and reorganizing of many aspects of the Legislative branch- including committees. Once the leaders and members are announced, we will include those in the next edition of the PPN Newsletter.

Events Around Our District

Are you awaiting the announcement of the 2018 AHP Awards as eagerly as we are? Keep an eye on our site, a list of the winners will be posted later this month when they are officially announced.

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