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                                  NOTES

                               __________

Closing date for compilation of the Congressional Directory was July 11, 
                                  2003.

                               __________

[Republicans in roman, Democrats in italic, Independents in small caps.]

    The following changes have occurred in the membership of the 108th 
Congress since the election of November 5, 2002:

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                                                                                 Elected or
             Name               Resigned or [Died]         Successor            [Appointed]         Sworn in
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        Representatives

Ed Case, 2d HI................  ..................  .......................  Jan. 4, 2003 \1\.  Jan. 7, 2003
Larry Combest, 19th TX........  May 31, 2003......  Randy Neugebauer.......  June 3, 2003.....  June 5, 2003
Ernie Fletcher, 6th KY \2\....  Dec. 8, 2003......  Ben Chandler...........  Feb. 17, 2004....  Feb. 24, 2004
Ralph M. Hall, 4th TX \3\.....  ..................  .......................  .................  ................
William Janklow, AtL SD.......  Jan. 20, 2004.....  Stephanie Herseth......  June 1, 2004.....  June 3, 2004
Frank Ballance, Jr., 1st NC...  June 11, 2004.....  G.K. Butterfield.......  July 20, 2004....  July 21, 2004
Rodney Alexander, 5th LA \4\..  ..................  .......................  .................  ................
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\1\ The special election held on January 4, 2003, was to fill this seat for the 108th Congress. The separate
  special election held on November 30, 2002 (see table below), was to fill this seat for the remainder of the
  107th Congress only.
\2\ Resigned on December 8, 2003, the day before being sworn in as Governor of Kentucky.
\3\ Changed party affiliation from Democrat to Republican on January 2, 2004.
\4\ Changed party affiliation from Democrat to Republican on August 6, 2004.

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    The following changes occurred in the membership of the 107th 
Congress after the election of November 3, 2000:

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                                 Resigned, [Died],                               Elected or
             Name                  or (Expelled)           Successor            [Appointed]         Sworn in
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           Senators

Mel Carnahan, MO \1\..........  [Oct. 16, 2000]...  Jean Carnahan..........  [Dec. 4, 2000]     Jan. 3, 2001
James M. Jeffords, VT \2\.....  ..................  .......................  .................  ................
Paul D. Wellstone, MN.........  [Oct. 25, 2002]     Dean M. Barkley........  [Nov. 4, 2002]     Nov. 12, 2002
James M. Talent, MO \3\.......  ..................  .......................  Nov. 5, 2002.....  Jan. 7, 2003
Phil Gramm, TX................  Nov. 30, 2002.....  John Cornyn............  [Dec. 1, 2002]     Jan. 7, 2003
Frank H. Murkowski, AK \4\....  Dec. 1, 2002......  Lisa Murkowski.........  [Dec. 20, 2002]..  Jan. 7, 2003

        Representatives

Julian C. Dixon, 32d CA \5\...  [Dec. 8, 2000]      Diane E. Watson........  June 5, 2001.....  June 7, 2001
Bud Shuster, 9th PA...........  Feb. 5, 2001......  Bill Shuster...........  May 15, 2001.....  May 17, 2001
Norman Sisisky, 4th VA........  [Mar. 29, 2001]...  J. Randy Forbes........  June 19, 2001....  June 26, 2001
John Joseph Moakley, 9th MA...  [May 28, 2001]....  Stephen F. Lynch.......  Oct. 16, 2001....  Oct. 23, 2001
Asa Hutchinson, 3d AR \6\.....  Aug. 6, 2001......  John Boozman...........  Nov. 20, 2001....  Nov. 29, 2001
Floyd Spence, 2d SC...........  [Aug. 16, 2001]...  Joe Wilson.............  Dec. 18, 2001....  Dec. 19, 2001
Joe Scarborough, 1st FL.......  Sept. 6, 2001.....  Jeff Miller............  Oct. 16, 2001....  Oct. 23, 2001
Steve Largent, 1st OK.........  Feb. 15, 2002.....  John Sullivan..........  Jan. 8, 2002.....  Feb. 27, 2002
James A. Traficant, Jr., 17th   (July 24, 2002)...  .......................  .................  ................
 OH \7\
Virgil S. Goode, Jr., 5th VA    ..................  .......................  .................  ................
 \8\
Tony P. Hall, 3d OH \9\.......  Sept. 9, 2002.....  .......................  .................  ................
Patsy Mink, 2d HI.............  [Sept. 28, 2002]..  Ed Case................  Nov. 30, 2002 \10  ................
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\1\ Died during the campaign, but was elected in the general election, after which the seat was declared vacant.
\2\ Changed party affiliation from Republican to Independent on June 6, 2001.
\3\ Senator Talent officially replaced Senator Carnahan after the certification of election results, which was
  not completed until after the Senate had adjourned sine die on November 20, 2002.
\4\ Resigned on December 1, 2002, the day before being sworn in as Governor of Alaska.
\5\Died as a member-elect of the 107th Congress.
\6\ Resigned to become Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration.
\7\ Expelled from the House of Representatives pursuant to H. Res. 495. The seat remained vacant for the
  remainder of the 107th Congress.
\8\ Changed party affiliation from Independent to Republican on August 1, 2002.
\9\ Resigned to become U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Food and Agriculture Agencies. The seat remained vacant for
  the  remainder of the 107th Congress.
\10\ The special election held on this date was to fill this seat for the remainder of the 107th Congress only,
  which had already adjourned sine die. Representative-elect Case was not sworn in during the 107th Congress.

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                                FOREWORD

    The Congressional Directory is one of the oldest working handbooks 
within the United States government. While there were unofficial 
directories for Congress in one form or another beginning with the 1st 
Congress in 1789, the Congressional Directory published in 1847 for the 
30th Congress is considered by scholars and historians to be the first 
official edition because it was the first to be ordered and paid for by 
Congress. With the addition of biographical sketches of legislators in 
1867, the Congressional Directory attained its modern format.

    The Congressional Directory is published by the United States Senate 
in partnership with the Government Printing Office, at the direction of 
the Joint Committee on Printing under the authority of Title 44, Section 
721 of the U.S. Code.


                       JOINT COMMITTEE ON PRINTING

           Robert W. Ney, Representative from Ohio, Chairman.

          Saxby Chambliss, Senator from Georgia, Vice Chairman.

                House

                                                     Senate

      John T. Doolittle, of                Thad Cochran, of Mississippi.
        California.
      John Linder, of Georgia.             Gordon Smith, of Oregon.
      John B. Larson, of                   Daniel K. Inouye, of Hawaii.
        Connecticut.
      Robert A. Brady, of                  Mark Dayton, of Minnesota.
        Pennsylvania.

    The 2003-2004 Congressional Directory was compiled by the Government 
Printing Office, under the direction of the Joint Committee on Printing 
by:

                  Project Manager.--Michael M. Sardone.

             Deputy Project Manager.--Charles H. Potter II.

          Editors: Nicole Timmons; Joann Sharp; Shirley Craven.

                 Typographers: Don Davis; Kathie Connor.

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           State District Maps.--Election Data Services, Inc.

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                             Postal Service.

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                                CONTENTS

                         Name Index on page 1103


The Vice President................................................
                                                                       1

Members of Congress, biographies, office listings, district 
        descriptions--arranged by State

    Alabama.......................................................
                                                                       2
    Alaska........................................................
                                                                       7
    Arizona.......................................................
                                                                       9
    Arkansas......................................................
                                                                      14
    California....................................................
                                                                      17
    Colorado......................................................
                                                                      44
    Connecticut...................................................
                                                                      49
    Delaware......................................................
                                                                      53
    Florida.......................................................
                                                                      55
    Georgia.......................................................
                                                                      69
    Hawaii........................................................
                                                                      77
    Idaho.........................................................
                                                                      79
    Illinois......................................................
                                                                      81
    Indiana.......................................................
                                                                      92
    Iowa..........................................................
                                                                      98
    Kansas........................................................
                                                                     102
    Kentucky......................................................
                                                                     106
    Louisiana.....................................................
                                                                     111
    Maine.........................................................
                                                                     116
    Maryland......................................................
                                                                     119
    Massachusetts.................................................
                                                                     124
    Michigan......................................................
                                                                     130
    Minnesota.....................................................
                                                                     139
    Mississippi...................................................
                                                                     145
    Missouri......................................................
                                                                     149
    Montana.......................................................
                                                                     155
    Nebraska......................................................
                                                                     157
    Nevada........................................................
                                                                     160
    New Hampshire.................................................
                                                                     163
    New Jersey....................................................
                                                                     165
    New Mexico....................................................
                                                                     173
    New York......................................................
                                                                     176
    North Carolina................................................
                                                                     192
    North Dakota..................................................
                                                                     200
    Ohio..........................................................
                                                                     202
    Oklahoma......................................................
                                                                     212
    Oregon........................................................
                                                                     216
    Pennsylvania..................................................
                                                                     220
    Rhode Island..................................................
                                                                     231
    South Carolina................................................
                                                                     233
    South Dakota..................................................
                                                                     238
    Tennessee.....................................................
                                                                     240
    Texas.........................................................
                                                                     246
    Utah..........................................................
                                                                     265
    Vermont.......................................................
                                                                     268
    Virginia......................................................
                                                                     270
    Washington....................................................
                                                                     277
    West Virginia.................................................
                                                                     283
    Wisconsin.....................................................
                                                                     286
    Wyoming.......................................................
                                                                     291
    American Samoa................................................
                                                                     293
    District of Columbia..........................................
                                                                     293
    Guam..........................................................
                                                                     294
    Puerto Rico...................................................
                                                                     294
    Virgin Islands................................................
                                                                     295

State Delegations.................................................

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