112th United States Congress

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The 112th United States Congress meets from January 3, 2011 – January 3, 2013.

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U.S. Senate

Senate Majority leadership

  • Senate Majority Leader: Sen. Harry Reid
  • Senate Assistant Majority Leader (Majority Whip): Sen. Dick Durbin
  • Democratic Policy Committee chairman: Sen. Charles Schumer
  • Democratic Policy Committee Vice Chairman: Sen. Debbie Stabenow
  • Democratic Conference secretary: Sen. Patty Murray
  • Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee chairman:

Senate Minority leadership

Membership

There are Republicans, Democrats, and Independent in the upper chamber of the 112th Congress, with disputed and no vacancies.


Senate

Alabama

Alaska

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware

Florida

Georgia

Hawaii

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

Nevada

New Hampshire

New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

Changes in Membership of the 111th Congress Senate

U.S. House of Representatives

House Majority leadership


House Minority leadership

Membership

There are Republicans, Democrats, and 0 Independent in the lower chamber of the 111th Congress, with 1 seat vacant.

*Vacancy is left by incoming White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel

Alabama

(1 Democrat, 6 Republicans)

Alaska

American Samoa

Arizona

(3 Democrats, 5 Republicans)

Arkansas

(1 Democrat, 3 Republicans)

California

(33 Democrats, 20 Republicans)

Colorado

(3 Democrats, 4 Republicans)

Connecticut

(5 Democrats)

Delaware

District of Columbia

Florida

(6 Democrats, 19 Republicans)

Georgia

(5 Democrats, 8 Republicans)

Guam

Hawaii

(2 Democrats)

Idaho

(2 Republicans)

Illinois

(8 Democrats, 11 Republicans)

Indiana

(3 Democrats, 6 Republicans)

Iowa

(3 Democrats, 2 Republicans)

Kansas

(4 Republicans)

Kentucky

(2 Democrats, 4 Republicans)

Louisiana

(1 Democrat, 6 Republicans)

Maine

(2 Democrats)


Maryland

(6 Democrats, 2 Republicans)

Massachusetts

(10 Democrats)

Michigan

(6 Democrats, 9 Republicans)

Minnesota

(4 Democrats, 4 Republicans)

Mississippi

(1 Democrat, 3 Republicans)

Missouri

(3 Democrats, 6 Republicans)

Montana

Nebraska

(3 Republicans)

Nevada

(1 Democrat, 2 Republicans)

New Hampshire

(2 Republicans)

New Jersey

(7 Democrats, 6 Republicans)

New Mexico

(2 Democrats, 1 Republican)

New York

(21 Democrats, 8 Republicans)

North Carolina

(7 Democrats, 6 Republicans)

North Dakota

Northern Mariana Islands

Ohio

(5 Democrats, 13 Republicans)

Oklahoma

(1 Democrat, 4 Republicans)

Oregon

(4 Democrats, 1 Republican)

Pennsylvania

(7 Democrats, 12 Republicans)

Puerto Rico


Rhode Island

(2 Democrats)

South Carolina

(1 Democrat, 5 Republicans)

South Dakota

Tennessee

(2 Democrats, 7 Republicans)

Texas

(9 Democrats, 23 Republicans)

Utah

(1 Democrats, 2 Republicans)

Vermont

Virgin Islands

Virginia

(3 Democrats, 8 Republicans)

Washington

(5 Democrats, 4 Republicans)

West Virginia

(1 Democrat, 2 Republicans)

Wisconsin

(3 Democrats, 5 Republicans)

Wyoming

Territories and Non-Voting Delegates

Changes in Membership of the 112th Congress House of Representatives


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