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1 114 th U.S. Congress: Stat-Pack

2 Part 1: Congressional Seating Chart

3 Current Party Numbers: 113th Congress, 1st Session HouseSenate Democrats18844 Independents02 Republicans24654 Vacancies1 0

4 PART 2: Demographics of the 114 th Congress

5 AGE# of Members >

6 CategoryNumber of Members Male428 Female107

7 Marital StatusNumber of Members Divorced33 Single30 Widowed13 Domestic Partner3 Engaged1 Married454 Separated5

8 EthnicityNumber of Members African American42 Asian8 Japanese American1 Asian American1 American Indian1 Caucasian432 Not Stated24 Indian American1 Hispanic29

9 PART 3: By the Numbers: 114th Congress

10 13 - New senators New House members Women in the new Congress: 84 in the House, 20 in the Senate Years in office of the longest currently serving senator, Patrick Leahy, D- Vermont Years in office of the longest currently serving congressman, John Dingell, D- Michigan. 6 - Net gain in number of seats women hold in 114th Congress over 113th. 3 - States with two women senators: California, New Hampshire, and Washington Percent of the U.S. Senate that is white Percent of the U.S. House of Representatives that belong to minority groups.

11 91 - Age of the oldest-ever member of the House, Ralph Hall, R-Texas. He broke the previous record on Christmas Day Percent of the U.S. House under Percent of the Senate that is Catholic. 5 - Members of the 114th Congress who had previous careers in professional sports. 7 - Members who are openly gay or bisexual New members who have served in the U.S. military. 2 - Physicists in Congress: Rep. Bill Foster, a Democratic congressman-elect from Illinois, and Rep. Rush Holt, Jr., a New Jersey Democrat. 6 - Number of reindeer owned by Kerry Bentivolio, a congressman-elect from Michigan. He has worked as a Santa impersonator since the 1980s before running for Congress.

12 PART 4: STATE-by-STATE Breakdown in U.S. Congress

13 Members of the U.S. Senate & House of Representatives by state: -Return to my webpage and click on the 2 nd link – “U.S. Senators & Representatives by State”


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