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                             106th Congress*
 
                           THE VICE PRESIDENT

    AL GORE, Democrat, of Carthage, TN; born March 31, 1948; graduated, 
Harvard University, 1969, with honors; attended Vanderbilt School of 
Religion, 1971-72; Vanderbilt Law School, 1974-76; engaged in 
homebuilding business; former investigative reporter and editorial 
writer; served in the U.S. Army, 1969-71; Vietnam veteran; member: 
Jaycees, American Legion, VFW, Farm Bureau; married the former Tipper 
Aitcheson, 1970; four children: Karenna, Kristin, Sarah, and Albert III; 
elected to the 95th Congress, November 2, 1976; reelected to three 
succeeding Congresses; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 6, 1984, for 
the term expiring January 3, 1991; reelected November 6, 1990; elected 
Vice President on November 3, 1992; resigned Senate seat on January 1, 
1993; took oath of office on January 20, 1993; reelected on November 5, 
1996.

  The Ceremonial Office of the Vice President is S-212 in the Capitol. 
 The Vice President has offices in the Dirksen Senate Office Building, 
   the Old Executive Office Building (OEOB) and the White House (West 
                                 Wing).

        Chief of Staff.--Ronald Klain, OEOB, Room 276, 456-6605.
        Deputy Chief of Staff.--Monica Dixon, OEOB, Room 280, 456-9019.
        Counsel.--Charles Burson, OEOB, Room 268, 456-7022
        Director of Legislative Affairs.--Kay Casstevens, S-212, 224-
            8391.
        National Security Advisor.--Leon S. Fuerth, OEOB, Room 290, 395-
            4213.
        Chief Domestic Policy Advisor.--David Beier, OEOB, Room 286, 
            456-6222.
        Director of Scheduling.--Lisa Berg, OEOB, Room 283, 395-4245.
        Special Assistant to the Vice President and Chief of Staff to 
            Mrs. Gore.--Audrey Haynes, OEOB, Room 200, 456-6640.
        Executive Assistant.--Patricia McHugh, West Wing, 456-2326.
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    *Biographies are based on information furnished or authorized by the 
respective Senators and
Representatives.

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                                 ALABAMA

                      (Population 1998, 4,352,000)

                                SENATORS

    RICHARD C. SHELBY, Republican, of Tuscaloosa, AL; born in 
Birmingham, AL, on May 6, 1934; attended the public schools; A.B., 
University of Alabama, 1957; LL.B., University of Alabama School of Law, 
1963; attorney; admitted to the Alabama bar in 1961 and commenced 
practice in Tuscaloosa; member, Alabama State Senate, 1970-78; law 
clerk, Supreme Court of Alabama, 1961-62; city prosecutor, Tuscaloosa, 
1963-71; U.S. Commissioner, Northern District of Alabama, 1966-70; 
special assistant Attorney General, State of Alabama, 1968-70; chairman, 
legislative council of the Alabama Legislature, 1977-78; former 
president, Tuscaloosa County Mental Health Association; member of 
Alabama Code Revision Committee, 1971-75; member: Phi Alpha Delta legal 
fraternity, Tuscaloosa County; Alabama and American bar associations; 
First Presbyterian Church of Tuscaloosa; Exchange Club; American 
Judicature Society; Alabama Law Institute; married the former Annette 
Nevin in 1960; two children: Richard C., Jr. and Claude Nevin; 
committees: Appropriations; Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs; Special 
Committee on Aging; chairman, Select Committee on Intelligence; elected 
to the 96th Congress on November 7, 1978; reelected to the three 
succeeding Congresses; elected to the U.S. Senate on November 4, 1986; 
reelected on November 3, 1992; and November 3, 1998.


                  Office Listings

  http://www.senate.gov/<difference>shelby    senator@shelby.senate.gov

110 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-    (202) 224-5744
 0103..................................................
  Administrative Assistant.--Tom Young.                    FAX: 224-3416
  Personal Secretary/Appointments.--Anne Caldwell.
  Press Secretary.--Andrea Andrews.
P.O. Box 2570, Tuscaloosa, AL 35403....................   (205) 759-5047
Federal Building, Room 321, 1800 5th Avenue North,        (205) 731-1384
 Birmingham, AL 35203..................................
308 U.S. Court House, 113 St. Joseph Street, Mobile, AL   (334) 694-4164
 36602.................................................
B28-A U.S. Courthouse, 15 Lee Street, Montgomery, AL      (334) 223-7303
 36104.................................................
Huntsville International Airport, 1000 Glenn Hearn        (334) 772-0460
 Boulevard, Box 20127,  Huntsville, AL 35824...........


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    JEFFERSON BEAUREGARD SESSIONS III, Republican, of Mobile, AL; born 
in Hybart, AL, on December 24, 1946; graduated Wilcox County High 
School, Camden, AL; B.A., Huntingdon College, Montgomery, AL, 1969; 
J.D., University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 1973; U.S. Army Reserves, 
captain, 1973-86; attorney; admitted to the Alabama bar in 1973 and 
commenced practice for Guin, Bouldin and Porch in Russellville, 1973-75; 
Assistant U.S. Attorney, South District of Alabama, 1975-77; attorney 
for Stockman & Bedsole, 1977-81; U.S. Attorney, South District of 
Alabama, 1981-93; attorney for Stockman, Bedsole and Sessions, 1993-94; 
Attorney General, State of Alabama, 1994-96; member: Huntingdon College 
Board of Trustees; Samford University, Board of Overseers; delegate, 
General Conference, United Methodist Church; Montgomery Lions Club; 
Mobile United Methodist Inner City Mission; American Bar Association; 
Ashland Place United Methodist Church; married the former Mary 
Blackshear, 1969; three children: Ruth, Mary Abigail and Samuel; 
committees: Armed Services; Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions; 
Joint Economic Committee; Judiciary; elected to the U.S. Senate on 
November 5, 1996.


                  Office Listings

               http://www.senate.gov/<difference>sessions
                       senator@sessions.senate.gov

495 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC        (202) 224-4124
 20510-0104............................................
  Chief of Staff.--Armand DeKeyser.                        FAX: 224-3149
  Scheduler.--Kate Hollis.
  Executive Assistant.--Peggi Jeffreys.
  Press Secretary.--John Cox.
  General Counsel.--Kristi Lee.
341 Federal Building, 1800 Fifth Avenue, North            (205) 690-3167
 Birmingham, AL 35203..................................
  Staff.--Michael Davis, Virginia Amason.                  FAX: 731-0221
312 Federal Courthouse, 113 St. Joseph Street, Mobile,    (334) 690-3167
 AL 36602..............................................
  Staff.--Stormie Janzen, Valerie Day.                     FAX: 690-3174
One Court Square, Suite 248, Montgomery, AL 36104......   (334) 265-9507
  Staff.--Chuck Spurlock, Cecelia Meeks, Zandra            FAX: 834-2823
   Boswell.
AmSouth Center, 200 Clinton Avenue, NW, Suite 802,        (205) 533-0979
 Huntsville, AL 35801..................................
  Staff.--Angela Colvert, Betty Wilson.                    FAX: 533-0745



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                             REPRESENTATIVES

                             FIRST DISTRICT

    SONNY CALLAHAN, Republican, of Mobile, AL; born in Mobile, September 
11, 1932; graduated McGill Institute (high school), Mobile, 1950; 
University of Alabama, Mobile (night school), 1959-60; served in U.S. 
Navy, seaman, 1952-54; businessman, The Finch Companies, 1964-84; 
membership, Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce; Alabama House of 
Representatives, 1970-78; Alabama State Senate, 1978-82; married to the 
former Karen Reed; six children: Scott, Patrick, Shawn, Chris, Kelly and 
Cameron (deceased); elected to the 99th Congress on November 6, 1984; 
reelected to each succeeding Congress; serves on the Committee on 
Appropriations; chairman, Foreign Operations Subcommittee.


                  Office Listings

                      http://www.house.gov/callahan

2466 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC        (202) 225-4931
 20515-0101............................................
  Chief of Staff/Press Secretary.--Jo Bonner.              FAX: 225-0562
  Legislative Director.--Nancy Tippins.
  Personal Secretary.--Helen Vulevich.
1141 Monthinar Drive, Suite 3010, Mobile, AL 36609.....   (334) 690-2811
  District Representative.--Matt Rhodes.                   FAX: 342-0404
  District Director.--Eliska Roe.


Counties: Baldwin, Clarke, Escambia, Mobile, Monroe, and Washington. 
        Population (1990), 577,226.
ZIP Codes: 36425-27, 36431, 36439, 36441, 36444-45, 36449, 36451, 36456-
        58, 36460-61, 36470-71, 36475, 36480-81, 36482 (part), 36483, 
        36501-02, 36504-05, 36507, 36509-13, 36515, 36518, 36521-23, 
        36525-30, 36532-33, 36535-36, 36538-45, 36547-51, 36553, 36555-
        56, 36558-62, 36564, 36567-69, 36571-72, 36574-76, 36578-87, 
        36590, 36601-19, 36633, 36640-41, 36652, 36660, 36663, 36670-71, 
        36685, 36688-89, 36691, 36693, 36695, 36784 (part)

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                             SECOND DISTRICT

    TERRY EVERETT, Republican, of Enterprise, AL; born February 15, 
1937, in Dothan, AL; attended Enterprise State Junior College; newspaper 
publisher; president: Premium Home Builders, Everett Land Development 
Company, Union Springs Newspapers, Inc.; owner and operator, Hickory 
Ridge Farms; chairman, board of directors, Dothan Federal Savings Bank; 
Alabama Press Association; chairman of the board, Union Springs 
Newspapers, Inc.; married to Barbara Pitts Everett; committees: 
Agriculture; Armed Services; Veterans' Affairs; elected on November 3, 
1992 to the 103rd Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress.


                  Office Listings

                      terry.everett@mail.house.gov

2312 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC        (202) 225-2901
 20515-0102............................................
  Administrative Assistant.--H. Clay Swanzy.               FAX: 225-8913
  Legislative Director.--Wade H. Heck.
  Press Secretary.--Mike Lewis.
  Scheduler.--Joanna Buckanan.
3500 Eastern Boulevard, No. 250, Montgomery, AL 36116..   (334) 277-9113
Federal Building, 100 West Troy Street, Suite 101,        (334) 794-9680
 Dothan, AL 36303......................................
City Hall Building, 108 North Main Street, Opp, AL        (334) 493-9253
 36467.................................................


Counties: Autauga, Barbour, Bullock, Butler, Coffee, Conecuh, Covington, 
        Crenshaw, Dale, Elmore, Geneva, Henry, Houston, Montgomery, and 
        Pike. Population (1990), 577,227.
ZIP Codes: 36001, 36003-06, 36007-10, 36012, 36013-18, 36020, 36022, 
        36024-27, 36028-30, 36033-38, 36041-42, 36046 (part), 36048-49, 
        36051-54, 36057, 36061-62, 36064, 36067, 36069 (part), 36071-72, 
        36078, 36080-81, 36089, 36092, 36104 (part), 36105 (part), 36106 
        (part), 36107 (part), 36108 (part), 36109, 36110 (part), 36111-
        12, 36113 (part), 36114-16, 36117 (part), 36120-21, 36123-25, 
        36301-04, 36310-14, 36315-23, 36330-31, 36340, 36343-46, 36348, 
        36349-53, 36360-63, 36370-71, 36073-74, 36076, 36079, 36373-76, 
        36401, 36420, 36429, 36432, 36442, 36453-56, 36467, 36468-69, 
        36473-78, 36483, 36749

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                             THIRD DISTRICT

    ROBERT RILEY, Republican, of Ashland, AL; born on October 3, 1944 in 
Talladega, AL; graduated from Clay County High School, MO, 1962; B.A. in 
business administration, University of Alabama, 1965; businessman: owner 
of Midway Ford, Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge and Jeep Eagle, and of Midway 
Transit Trucking Company; involved in commercial and residential real 
estate; cattleman; Ashland City Council, 1972-76; member: First Baptist 
Church of Ashland, Ashland Jaycees, Alabama Cattlemen's Association, 
APEA; Shriner; Mason; married Patsy Adams Riley, 1964; four children: 
Rob, Jenice, Minda and Krisalyn; committees: Agriculture; Armed 
Services; Banking and Financial Services; subcommittees: Financial 
Institutions and Consumer Credit; Capital Markets, Securities and 
Government Sponsored Enterprises; Military Readiness; Military Research 
and Development; Risk Management, Research, and Specialty Crops; 
Livestock and Horticulture; elected to the 105th Congress; reelected to 
the 106th Congress.

                  Office Listings

                       http://www/house.gov/riley

322 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-   (202) 225-3261
 0103..................................................
  Chief of Staff.--Earl Whipple.                           FAX: 225-6827
  Legislative Director/Military Affairs Director.--Dan
   Gans.
  Legislative Assistants: Jon Heroux, Shana Jones.
  Legislative Correspondent/Systems Manager.--Rob
   Seidman.
  Press Secretary/Scheduler.--Susan Dryden.
  Office Manager/Senior Casworker.--Debby McBride.
  Staff Assistant.--Margaret Kerr.
1129 Noble Street, 104 Federal Building, Anniston, AL     (256) 236-5655
 36201.................................................
                                                           FAX: 237-9203
701 Avenue A, Federal Building, Opelika, AL 36801......   (334) 745-6222
                                                           FAX: 742-0109
114 6th Street, North Clanton, AL 35045................   (205) 755-1522
                                                           FAX: 755-1161


Counties: Bibb, Calhoun, Chambers, Chilton, Clay, Cleburne, Coosa, Lee, 
        Macon, Randolph, Russell, St. Clair, Talladega and Tallapoosa. 
        Cities and townships: Moody, Alexander City, Alpine, Bon Air, 
        Brent, Brierfield, Centerville, Childersburg, Clanton, Cropwell, 
        Goodwater, Green Pond, Hissop, Hollins, Jemison, Kellyton, 
        Leeds, Lincoln, Margaret, Odenville, Pell City, Ragland, 
        Riverside, Rockford, Springville, Sycamore, Sylacauga, 
        Talladega, Thorsby, Wattsville, Weogufka, West Blockton, 
        Woodstock, Ashville, Steele, East Tallassee, Equality, Fort 
        Davis, Hardaway, Shorter, Tallassee, Tuskegee, Tuskegee 
        Institute, Verbena, Anniston, Oxford, Blue Mountain, Alexandria, 
        Ashland, Bynum, Choccolocco, Cragford, Daviston, DeArmanville, 
        Delta, Eastaboga, Edwardsville, Fruithurst, Graham, Heflin, 
        Jacksonville, Lineville, Millerville, Munford, Muscadine, 
        Newell, Ohatchee, Piedmont, Ranburne, Roanoke, Wadley, Weaver, 
        Wedowee, Wellington, Woodland, Jones, Maplesville, Stanton, 

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