Nancy Pelosi is 77 years old (birthdate: March 26, 1940).
At the federal level, the word, "Congressman" is often used to denote a member
of the House of Representatives. There are 435 seats in the House of Representatives. Each state is allotted at least one representative and the rest are divided according to population as recorded in the most recent national census. (The US Congress also includes the US Senate which has 100 members, two from each state regardless of population. )
The 2 senators from IL are Richard Durbin and Mark Kirk
The President of the Senate in the United States is also the Vice President of the US. He is allowed to vote only when a particular Senate vote is tied. He is not a senator. He is not allowed to vote to create a tie.
There is also a president pro tempore of the Senate. He is a senator who is elected by the Senate. He votes in the Senate like every other senator.
For the six-year term beginning in January 2013:
Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) senior senator.
For the six-year term beginning in January 2017 :
Kamala D. Harris (D-CA) junior senator. She was elected in 2016 as the second black woman and first Indian-American elected to serve in the Senate. She succeeded longtime senator Barbara Boxer.
Search engines such as google.com can be used to look up all kinds of factual information; try typing in "senators, (state name)" and see what you get.
Right now (2011) the representative of Florida is republican Rick Scott.
I was literally just wondering the same thing because it was all over the news. Well, I searched it and found out that she was shot straight through the brain. So far she is still alive but we all know thing can change. Apparently her conditions have changed to "good" from "serious".
As of the 2010 Census, California retained 53 Representatives in the House.
For the 113th Congress (2013-2014), they are, by district:
1. Doug LaMalfa (R)
2. Jared Huffman (D)
3. John Garamendi (D)
4. Tom McClintock (R)
5. Mike Thompson (D)
6. Doris Matsui (D)
7. Ami Bera (D)
8. Paul Cook (R)
9. Jerry McNerney (D)
10. Jeff Denham (R)
11. George Miller (D)
12. Nancy Pelosi (D)
13. Barbara Lee (D)
14. Jackie Speier (D)
15. Eric Swalwell (D)
16. Jim Costa (D)
17. Mike Honda (D)
18. Anna Eshoo (D)
19. Zoe Lofgren (D)
20. Sam Farr (D)
21. David Valadao (R)
22. Devin Nunes (R)
23. Kevin McCarthy (R)
24. Lois Capps (D)
25. Buck McKeon (R)
26. Julia Brownley (D)
27. Judy Chu (D)
28. Adam Schiff (D)
29. Tony Cardenas (D)
30. Brad Sherman (D)
31. Gary Miller (R)
32. Grace Napolitano (D)
33. Henry Waxman (D)
34. Xavier Becerra (D)
35. Gloria Negrete McLeod (D)
36. Raul Ruiz (D)
37. Karen Bass (D)
38. Linda Sanchez (D)
39. Ed Royce (R)
40. Lucille Roybal-Allard (D)
41. Mark Takano (D)
42. Ken Calvert (R)
43. Maxine Waters (D)
44. Janice Hahn (D)
45. John Campbell (R)
46. Loretta Sanchez (D)
47. Alan Lowenthal (D)
48. Dana Rohrabacher (R)
49. Darrell Issa (R)
50. Duncan D. Hunter (R)
51. Juan Vargas (D)
52. Scott Peters (D)
53. Susan Davis (D)
Go to the House of Representatives website and click on "Find Your Representative."
For the 6-year term beginning in 2013:
Bob Casey Jr. (D-PA) - senior senator
For the 6-year term beginning 2017:
Pat Toomey (R-PA) - junior senator
*For updated information, see the related US Senate link below.
US Senators from Maryland are:
For the six-year term from 2013 to 2019
Benjamin L. "Ben" Cardin (D- MD) senior senator
For the six-year term from 2017 to 2023
Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) , junior senator
Not by any stretch of imagination.
She is, however, a very Right-wing Conservative, who follows a rather radical form of Evangelical Lutheranism.
None of her economic policies share any commonality with Nazi-ism (though, frankly, Nazi-ism wasn't really strong on economic theory) - rather, she espouses a very laissez-faire form of capitalism.
However, on social matters, she does hold (and proclaim) some rather intolerant views; it is that level of intolerance, rather than the actual substance of those views, that some use the hyperbole comparison to Nazi-ism.
The 15 departments of the US executive branch (the cabinet) are :
Department of Agriculture
Department of Commerce
Department of Defense
Department of Education
Department of Energy
Department of Health and Human Services
Department of Homeland Security
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Department of the Interior
Department of Justice
Department of Labor
Department of State
Department of Transportation
Department of the Treasury
Department of Veterans Affairs
The executive who runs a department is called a Secretary (e.g. Hillary Clinton is the Secretary of State). The exception is the Department of Justice, which is headed by the Attorney General.
They run the 14 Executive Departments (departments of State, Defense, Treasury, etc.) and provide advice to the president.
It really just depends on the qualifying criteria of the Insurer who would issue the bond, but in most cases for an active parolee, the answer will be No.
There are 29 members of the U.S. House of Representatives from the 29 congressional districts in New York State. Currently, they are:
There's the New York in NY state and a New York in TX.
Members of the House of Representatives are elected to two-year terms of office. All 435 voting seats are up for reelection at once, every two years in even-numbered years. There are no term limits.
The 50 states of the United States of America
The ones in boldface are the original 13 colonies. Maine was originally part of Massachusetts. The US also includes the commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and several Pacific and Caribbean islands (American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Marianas, Wake Island, and the US Virgin Islands) as well as the District of Columbia (Washington, DC).
AL - Alabama
AK - Alaska
AZ - Arizona
AR - Arkansas
CA - California
CO - Colorado
CT - Connecticut
DE - Delaware
FL - Florida
GA - Georgia
HI - Hawaii
ID - Idaho
IL - Illinois
IN - Indiana
IA - Iowa
KS - Kansas
KY - Kentucky
LA - Louisiana
ME - Maine
MD - Maryland
MA - Massachusetts
MI - Michigan
MN - Minnesota
MS - Mississippi
MO - Missouri
MT - Montana
NE - Nebraska
NV - Nevada
NH - New Hampshire
NJ - New Jersey
NM - New Mexico
NY - New York
NC - North Carolina
ND - North Dakota
OH - Ohio
OK - Oklahoma
OR - Oregon
PA - Pennsylvania
RI - Rhode Island
SC - South Carolina
SD - South Dakota
TN - Tennessee
TX - Texas
UT - Utah
VT - Vermont
VA - Virginia
WA - Washington
WV - West Virginia
WI - Wisconsin
WY - Wyoming
US has only 50 states, unless you count the state of confusion that you're in.
Â· New Hampshire
Â· New Jersey
Â· New Mexico
Â· New York
Â· North Carolina
Â· North Dakota
Â· Rhode Island
Â· South Carolina
Â· South Dakota
Â· West Virginia
The current U.S. Senators from Texas are:
John Cornyn (R), who assumed office in December 2002 and is currently serving his 3rd full term, which ends in January 2021
Ted Cruz (R), who assumed office in January 2013 and is currently serving his 1st term, which ends in January 2019
* For the 31 state senators in Texas, see the related link below.
* For updates, see the related link to the US Senate site.
Michele Bachmann is a Christian but she says she considers her heritage to be Jewish because it is the foundation and roots of her faith as a Christian. She has traveled to Israel four times (once as a young girl and three times as a member of Congress). To announce her candidacy she referenced her faith as a source for her desire to serve as president.
Technically, she was a long-time member of a the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod, which is a very small and theologically conservative branch of the Lutheran faith. For comparison, the main American Lutheran Church is the Evangelical Lutheran Church of American (ELCA) has at 4.5 million members, the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod (LCMS) has 2.4 million, while the WELS has under 400,000.
She recently changed attendance to that of the Eagle Brook Church, an Evangelical Christian mega-church located closer to her residence. Eagle Brook is not a member of any larger religious organization, being one of the myriad of individual evangelical Christian churches in the US. Theologically, the Eagle Brook Church was originally based on the Baptist faith, but has evolved away from that significantly, so it would be impossible to classify it as anything other than simply evangelical Christian.
According to the Congressional Research Service 170 members of the House and 60 Senators are lawyers.
Out of a total of 435 U.S. Representatives and 100 Senators (535 total in Congress), lawyers comprise the biggest voting block of one type, making up 43% of Congress. Sixty percent of the U.S. Senate is lawyers.
Enough said. 37.2% of the House of Representatives are lawyers.
There are 81 Republican lawyers in Congress who list "lawyer" as their profession. There are 123 Democrat lawyers in Congress that list "lawyer" as their profession. Some may have not told that they had a law degree or practiced law, because they were doing something else, e.g., doctor, industrialist, teacher, real estate agent/broker, etc. It seems that the medical and real estate professions are also heavily represented in Congress.
At the moment there are 8 congressional districts in Minnesota.
There are 29 Representatives from New York in the US House of Representatives, as of January 2011.
Bishop, Timothy, 1st Congressional District
Israel, Steve, 2nd Congressional District
King, Pete, 3rd Congressional District
McCarthy, Carolyn, 4th Congressional District
Ackerman, Gary, 5th Congressional District
Meeks, Gregory W., 6th Congressional District
Crowley, Joseph, 7th Congressional District
Nadler, Jerrold, 8th Congressional District
Weiner, Anthony D., 9th Congressional District
Towns, Edolphus, 10th Congressional District
Clarke, Yvette D., 11th Congressional District
Velázquez, Nydia M., 12th Congressional District
Grimm, Michael, 13th Congressional District
Maloney, Carolyn, 14th Congressional District
Rangel, Charles B., 15th Congressional District
Serrano, José E., 16th Congressional District
Engel, Eliot, 17th Congressional District
Lowey, Nita, 18th Congressional District
Hayworth, Nan, 19th Congressional District
Gibson, Chris, 20th Congressional District
Tonko, Paul D., 21st Congressional District
Hinchey, Maurice, 22nd Congressional District
Owens, Bill, 23rd Congressional District
Hanna, Richard, 24th Congressional District
Buerkle, Ann Marie, 25th Congressional District
Lee, Christopher J., 26th Congressional District
Higgins, Brian, 27th Congressional District
Slaughter, Louise, 28th Congressional District
Reed, Tom, 29th Congressional District
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