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                         CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY

                              105TH CONGRESS


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                                  NOTES

                               __________

Closing date for compilation of the Congressional Directory was June 4, 
                                  1997.

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   [Republicans in roman, Democrats in italic, Independents in bold.]

    The following changes have occurred in the membership of the 105th 
Congress since the election of November 5, 1996:

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             Name               Resigned or [Died]         Successor              Elected           Sworn in    
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        Representatives                                                                                         
Jo Ann Emerson, 8th MO \1\....  ..................  .......................  .................  ................
Frank Tejeda, 28th TX.........  [Jan. 30, 1997]...  Ciro D. Rodriguez......  Apr. 12, 1997....  Apr. 17, 1997   
Bill Richardson, 3d NM \2\....  Feb. 13, 1997.....  Bill Redmond...........  May 13, 1997.....  May 20, 1997    
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\1\ Changed party affiliation from Independent to Republican January 8, 1997.     \2\ Resigned to take office as
  United States Representative to the United Nations.                                                           

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    The following changes occurred in the membership of the 104th 
Congress after the election of November 8, 1994:

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                                                                                 Elected or                     
             Name               Resigned or [Died]         Successor            [Appointed]         Sworn in    
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           Senators                                                                                             
Ben Nighthorse Campbell, CO     ..................  .......................  .................  ................
 \1\.                                                                                                           
Bob Packwood, OR..............  Oct. 1, 1995......  Ron Wyden..............  Jan. 30, 1996....  Feb. 6, 1996    
Robert Dole, KS...............  June 11, 1996.....  Sheila Frahm...........  [June 11, 1996]..  June 11, 1996   
    Do........................  ......do..........  Sam Brownback..........  Nov. 5, 1996.....  Nov. 27, 1996   
                                                                                                                
        Representatives                                                                                         
Nathan Deal, 9th GA \2\.......  ..................  .......................  .................  ................
Greg Laughlin, 14th TX \3\....  ..................  .......................  .................  ................
Billy Tauzin, 3d LA \4\.......  ..................  .......................  .................  ................
Mel Reynolds, 2d IL...........  Oct. 1, 1995......  Jesse L. Jackson, Jr...  Dec. 12, 1995....  Dec. 14, 1995   
Norman Y. Mineta, 15th CA.....  Oct. 10, 1995.....  Tom Campbell...........  Dec. 12, 1995....  Dec. 15, 1995   
Mike Parker, 4th MS \5\.......  ..................  .......................  .................  ................
Jimmy Hayes, 7th LA \6\.......  ..................  .......................  .................  ................
Walter R. Tucker III, 37th CA.  Dec. 15, 1995.....  Juanita Millender-       Mar. 26, 1996....  Apr. 16, 1996   
                                                     McDonald.                                                  
Ron Wyden, 3d OR \7\..........  Feb. 5, 1996......  Earl Blumenauer........  May 21, 1996.....  May 30, 1996    
Kweisi Mfume, 7th MD..........  Feb. 18, 1996.....  Elijah E. Cummings.....  Apr. 16, 1996....  Apr. 25, 1996   
Bill Emerson, 8th MO..........  [June 22, 1996]     Jo Ann Emerson \8\.....  Nov. 5, 1996.....  ................
Charles Wilson, 2d TX.........  Oct. 9, 1996......  .......................  .................  ................
Sam Brownback, 2d KS \9\......  Nov. 27, 1996.....  Jim Ryun \10\..........  Nov. 5, 1996.....  ................
Ray Thornton, 2d AR...........  Jan. 1, 1997......  .......................  .................  ................
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\1\ Changed party affiliation from Democrat to Republican March 3, 1995.     \2\ Changed party affiliation from 
  Democrat to Republican April 10, 1995.     \3\ Changed party affiliation from Democrat to Republican June 26, 
  1995.     \4\ Changed party affiliation from Democrat to Republican August 6, 1995.    \5\ Changed party      
  affiliation from Democrat to Republican November 10, 1995.    \6\ Changed party affiliation from Democrat to  
  Republican December 1, 1995.    \7\ Resigned to take office as Senator.    \8\ Elected as a Republican in     
  special election to fill unexpired term (election held simultaneously with general election in which she was  
  elected as an Independent to the 105th Congress); since the House of Representatives had adjourned sine die,  
  no swearing-in took place.    \9\ Resigned to take office as Senator.    \10\ Elected in general election to  
  the 105th Congress; however, Kansas law states: ``In the event that any vacancy occurs...on or after the date 
  of any general election of state officers and before the term of office in which the vacancy has occurred     
  expires, votes cast for the office of congressman in the district in which such vacancy occurs shall be deemed
  to have been cast to fill such vacancy for the unexpired term, as well as for election for the next regular   
  term.'' Since the House of Representatives had adjourned sine die, no swearing-in took place.                 




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                                FOREWORD

    The Congressional Directory is one of the oldest working handbooks 
in the United States government. While there have been directories of 
one form or another since the first Congress of the United States in 
1789, the Congressional Directory for the first session of the 30th 
Congress (1847) is considered by scholars and historians to be the first 
official edition because it is the first to be ordered and paid for by 
the 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.


    Senate                                 House

John W. Warner, VA, Chairman.       Bill Thomas, CA, Vice Chairman.
Thad Cochran, MS                    Robert W. Ney, OH
Mitch McConnell, KY                 Kay Granger, TX
Wendell H. Ford, KY                 Steny H. Hoyer, MD
Daniel K. Inouye, HI                Sam Gejdenson, CT 

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                             ACKNOWLEDGMENT

    The Joint Committee on Printing acknowledges with gratitude the 
commitment and dedication of the employees of the Government Printing 
Office who compiled and published this directory. Led by Ms. Kathryn 
McConnell, Project Manager, a team of eight writer-editors and keyboard 
specialists undertook this mammoth initiative, completing it in just 
five months. The members of the team included Senior Writer-Editor 
Lorena Beauchesne, Writer-Editors Joyce Carlton and Selene Dalecky, and 
Keyboard Specialists Audrey Brown, C.C. Price, Sherian K. Roberts and 
Dana Zimmerman who suffered a stroke during the project, but through her 
determination and dedication, recovered and returned to complete her 
work. Volunteering his time to assist with project research was Peter 
Byrd, an employee of the Capitol Guide Service.

    Along with these individuals, other employees of the Government 
Printing Office, including Janice Sterling, who designed the cover, and 
Jerry Fairbanks, Jack Fulmer, Mike Glaser, Bob Keller, Ben Lopez, Rick 
McElroy, Stephen Naumann and Dave Turney, who maintained graphic systems 
development, contributed to this publication. Bernie Horn served as the 
Congressional Printing Management Liaison.


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                                                      John W. Warner
                                                            Chairman
                                         Joint Committee on Printing



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                                CONTENTS

                          Name Index on p. 1087


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

Alphabetical List of Senators.....................................     2

Alphabetical List of Representatives..............................     3

State Delegations.................................................     7

Members of Congress, biographies, office listings, district 
        descriptions
    Alabama.......................................................    17
    Alaska........................................................    23
    Arizona.......................................................    25
    Arkansas......................................................    29
    California....................................................    32
    Colorado......................................................    61
    Connecticut...................................................    66
    Delaware......................................................    70
    Florida.......................................................    72
    Georgia.......................................................    85
    Hawaii........................................................    92
    Idaho.........................................................    94
    Illinois......................................................    97
    Indiana.......................................................   109
    Iowa..........................................................   116
    Kansas........................................................   120
    Kentucky......................................................   124
    Louisiana.....................................................   129
    Maine.........................................................   134
    Maryland......................................................   137
    Massachusetts.................................................   143
    Michigan......................................................   149
    Minnesota.....................................................   159
    Mississippi...................................................   165
    Missouri......................................................   169
    Montana.......................................................   175
    Nebraska......................................................   177
    Nevada........................................................   181
    New Hampshire.................................................   183
    New Jersey....................................................   185
    New Mexico....................................................   194
    New York......................................................   197
    North Carolina................................................   215
    North Dakota..................................................   223
    Ohio..........................................................   225
    Oklahoma......................................................   236
    Oregon........................................................   241
    Pennsylvania..................................................   245
    Rhode Island..................................................   259
    South Carolina................................................   261
    South Dakota..................................................   268
    Tennessee.....................................................   270
    Texas.........................................................   277
    Utah..........................................................   296
    Vermont.......................................................   299
    Virginia......................................................   301
    Washington....................................................   309
    West Virginia.................................................   315
    Wisconsin.....................................................   318
    Wyoming.......................................................   324
    American Samoa................................................   326
    District of Columbia..........................................   326
    Guam..........................................................   327
    Puerto Rico...................................................   328
    Virgin Islands................................................   328

Assignments of Senators to Committees.............................   330

Assignments of Representatives to Committees......................   342

Standing Committees of the Senate.................................   367
Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry...............................   367
    Subcommittees:
        Forestry, Conservation and Rural Revitalization...........   367
        Marketing, Inspection and Product Promotion...............   367
        Production and Price Competitiveness......................   367
        Research, Nutrition and General Legislation...............   367
Appropriations....................................................   368
    Subcommittees:
        Agriculture, Rural Development and Related Agencies.......   369
        Commerce, Justice, State and Judiciary....................   369
        Defense...................................................   369
        District of Columbia......................................   369
        Energy and Water Development..............................   369
        Foreign Operations........................................   369
        Interior..................................................   370
        Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education...........   370
        Legislative Branch........................................   370
        Military Construction.....................................   370
        Transportation............................................   370
        Treasury and General Government...........................   370
        VA, HUD and Independent Agencies..........................   370
Armed Services....................................................   372
    Subcommittees:

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