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Congressional Caucus on Armenian Issues
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Dec 18, 2014
 

Established in 1995, the Congressional Caucus on Armenian Issues (Armenian Caucus) is an informal, bipartisan group of legislators dedicated to maintaining and strengthening the U.S.-Armenia relationship.

 

The coordinated efforts of this diverse coalition of Congressional friends of Armenia and the Armenian-American community help to raise awareness of Armenian-American issues on Capitol Hill, with the White House and the American people.


The Armenian Caucus is currently co-chaired by Rep. Michael Grimm (R-NY) and Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-NJ). Under their leadership, and with the hard work of Armenian-Americans throughout the country, membership in the Caucus has almost doubled since 2001, and continues to grow. As of February 10, 2014, 113 Members of the U.S. House of Representatives serve on the Congressional Caucus on Armenian Issues. A PDF list of the Armenian Caucus for the 113th Congress, Second Session is available here.

 

 

 

 113th Congress

 

 

 

Arizona (1)

Raul

Grijalva

(D-7)

California (30)

Mike

Thompson

(D-5)

Doris

Matsui

(D-6)

Jeff

Denham

(R-10)

George

Miller

(D-11)

Nancy

Pelosi

(D-12)

Barbara

Lee

(D-13)

Jackie

Speier

(D-14)

Jim

Costa

(D-16)

Michael

Honda

(D-17)

Anna

Eshoo

(D-18)

Zoe

Lofgren

(D-19)

Sam

Farr

(D-20)

David

Valadao

(R-21)

Devin

Nunes

(R-22)

Lois

Capps

(D-24)

Howard

McKeon

(R-25)

Judy

Chu

(D-27)

Adam

Schiff

(D-28)

Brad

Sherman

(D-30)

Gary

Miller

(D-31)

Grace

Napolitano

(D-32)

Henry

Waxman

(D-33)

Xavier

Becerra

(D-34)

Linda

Sanchez

(D-38)

Edward

Royce

(R-39)

Lucille

Roybal-Allard

(D-40)

Janice

Hahn

(D-44)

Loretta

Sanchez

(D-46)

Darrell

Issa

(R-49)

Susan

Davis

(D-53)

Colorado (4)

Jared

Polis

(D-2)

Doug

Lamborn

(R-5)

Mike

Coffman

(R-6)

Ed

Perlmutter

(D-7)

Connecticut (2)

John

Larson

(D-1)

Rosa

DeLauro

(D-3)

District of Columbia (1)

Eleanor

Norton

(D-DL)

Florida (2)

Gus

Bilirakis

(R-12)

Ileana

Ros-Lehtinen

(R-27)

Illinois (8)

Bobby

Rush

(D-1)

Dan

Lipinski

(D-3)

Luis

Gutierrez

(D-4)

Mike

Quigley

(D-5)

Peter

Roskam

(R-6)

Danny

Davis

(D-7)

Janice

Schakowsky

(D-9)

John

Shimkus

(R-15)

Indiana (1)

Peter

Visclosky

(D-1)

Iowa (1)

Bruce

Braley

(D-1)

Maryland (3)

John

Sarbanes

(D-3)

Steny

Hoyer

(D-5)

Christopher

Van Hollen

(D-8)

Massachusetts (6)

Richard

Neal

(D-1)

James

McGovern

(D-2)

Niki

Tsongas

(D-3)

John

Tierney

(D-6)

Michael

Capuano

(D-7)

Stephen

Lynch

(D-8)

Michigan (9)

Dave

Camp

(R-4)

Fred

Upton

(R-6)

Michael

Rogers

(R-8)

Sander

Levin

(D-9)

Candice

Miller

(R-10)

Kerry

Bentivolio

(R-11)

John

Dingell

(D-12)

John

Conyers

(D-13)

Gary

Peters

(D-14)

Minnesota (4)

Tim

Walz

(D-1)

Betty

McCollum

(D-4)

Michele

Bachmann

(R-6)

Collin

Peterson

(D-7)

New Jersey (7)

Robert

Andrews

(D-1)

Frank

LoBiondo

(R-2)

Christopher

Smith

(R-4)

Scott

Garrett

(R-5)

Frank

Pallone

(D-6)

Bill

Pascrell

(D-9)

Rush

Holt

(D-12)

New York (11)

Peter

King

(R-2)

Steve

Israel

(D-3)

Carolyn

McCarthy

(D-4)

Gregory

Meeks

(D-5)

Nydia

Velazquez

(D-7)

Michael

Grimm

(R-11)

Carolyn

Maloney

(D-12)

Charles

Rangel

(D-13)

Joseph

Crowley

(D-14)

Eliot

Engel

(D-16)

Nita

Lowey

(D-17)

Ohio (1)

Marcy

Kaptur

(D-9)

Oregon (1)

Earl

Blumenauer

(D-3)

Pennsylvania (6)

Chaka

Fattah

(D-2)

Jim

Gerlach

(R-6)

Allyson

Schwartz

(D-13)

Mike

Doyle

(D-14)

Charles

Dent

(R-15)

Joseph

Pitts

(R-16)

Rhode Island (2)

David

Cicilline

(D-1)

James

Langevin

(D-2)

South Carolina (1)

Joe

Wilson

(R-2)

Texas (4)

Michael

McCaul

(R-10)

Kenny

Marchant

(R-24)

Eddie B.

Johnson

(D-30)

Lloyd

Dogget

(D-35)

Utah (2)

Rob

Bishop

(R-1)

Jim

Matheson

(D-4)

Virginia (2)

Eric

Cantor

(R-7)

James

Moran

(D-8)

Washington (2)

Jim

McDermott

(D-7)

Adam

Smith

(D-9)

Wisconsin (2)

Paul

Ryan

(R-1)

James

Sensenbrenner

(R-5)

 

 

 
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