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The 111th session of the US Congress continued the swing back towards Democratic leadership, with the Democrats having a supermajority (60 seats) for a short time until the death of Senator Edward Kennedy.

Members

Senate

as of 2010-09-27

Democrats (58)
Mark Begich Alaska
Blanche L. Lincoln Arkansas
Mark L. Pryor Arkansas
Barbara Boxer California
Dianne Feinstein California
Mark Udall Colorado
Michael F. Bennet Colorado
Christopher J. Dodd Connecticut
Edward E. Kaufman Delaware
Thomas R. Carper Delaware
Bill Nelson Florida
Daniel K. Akaka Hawaii
Daniel K. Inouye Hawaii
Evan Bayh Indiana
Richard J. Durbin Illinois
Roland W. Burris Illinois
Tom Harkin Iowa
Mary L. Landrieu Louisiana
John F. Kerry Maine
Barbara A. Mikulski Maryland
Benjamin L. Cardin Maryland
Carl Levin Michigan
Debbie Stabenow Michigan
Amy Klobuchar Minnesota
Al Franken Minnesota
Claire McCaskill Missouri
Jon Tester Montana
Max Baucas Montana
Ben Nelson Nebraska
Harry Reid Nevada
Jeanne Shaheen New Hampshire
Frank R. Lautenberg New Jersey
Robert Menendez New Jersey
Jeff Bingaman New Mexico
Tom Udall New Mexico
Charles E. Schumer New York
Kirsten E. Gillibrand New York
Kay R. Hagan North Carolina
Byron L. Dorgan North Dakota
Kent Conrad North Dakota
Sherrod Brown Ohio
Jeff Merkley Oregon
Ron Wyden Oregon
Arlen Specter Pennsylvania
Robert P. Casey Jr. Pennsylvania
Jack Reed Rhode Island
Sheldon Whitehouse Rhode Island
Tim Johnson South Dakota
Bernard Sanders Vermont
Patrick J. Leahy Vermont
Jim Webb Virginia
Mark R. Warner Virginia
Maria Cantwell Washington
Patty Murray Washington
Carte P. Goodwin West Virginia
John D. Rockefeller IV West Virginia
Herb Kohl Wisconsin
Russell D. Feingold Wisconsin
Republicans (41)
Jeff Sessions Alabama
Richard C. Shelby Alabama
Lisa Murkowski Alaska
John McCain Arizona
Jon Kyl Arizona
George S. LeMieux Florida
Johnny Isakson Georgia
Saxby Chambliss Georgia
James E. Risch Idaho
Mike Crapo Idaho
Richard G. Lugar Indiana
Chuck Grassley Iowa
Pat Roberts Kansas
Sam Brownback Kansas
Jim Bunning Kentucky
Mitch McConnell Kentucky
David Vitter Louisiana
Olympia J. Snowe Maine
Susan M. Collins Maine
Scott P. Brown Massachusetts
Roger F. Wicker Mississippi
Thad Cochran Mississippi
Christopher S. Bond Missouri
Mike Johanns Nebraska
Judd Gregg New Hampshire
John Ensign Nevada
Richard Burr North Carolina
George V. Voinovich Ohio
James M. Inhofe Oklahoma
Tom Coburn Oklahoma
Jim DeMint South Carolina
Lindsey Graham South Carolina
John Thune South Dakota
Bob Corker Tennessee
Lamar Alexander Tennessee
John Cornyn Texas
Kay Bailey Hutchison Texas
Robert F. Bennett Utah
Orrin G. Hatch Utah
John Barrasso Wyoming
Michael B. Enzi Wyoming
Independent (1)
Joseph I. Lieberman Connecticut

House of Representatives

to be compiled

Links

Reference

News

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  • 2009-11-06 [L..T] Kline: Democrats spend too much, accomplish too little “For months, I've been calling on my Democratic colleagues to press the 'reset' button and embrace commonsense, targeted solutions to strengthen and reform health care. Democrats have instead left Republicans with no alternative but to propose our own plan.”

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