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114th United States Congress

114th United States Congress
113th ← → 115th

United States Capitol (2011)

Duration: January 3, 2015 – January 3, 2017

Senate President: Joe Biden (D)
Senate Pres. pro tem: Orrin Hatch (R)
(presumptive)
House Speaker: John Boehner (R)
(presumptive)
Members: 100 Senators
435 Representatives
6 Non-voting members
Senate Majority: Republican Party
House Majority: Republican Party

Sessions
1st: January 6, 2015[1]

The One Hundred Fourteenth United States Congress is the next meeting of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, composed of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives. It is scheduled to meet in Washington, D.C. from January 3, 2015 to January 3, 2017, during the final two years of Barack Obama's presidency.

Contents

  • Party summary 1
    • Senate 1.1
    • House of Representatives 1.2
  • Leadership 2
    • Senate 2.1
      • Majority (Republican) leadership 2.1.1
      • Minority (Democratic) leadership 2.1.2
    • House of Representatives 2.2
      • Majority (Republican) leadership 2.2.1
      • Minority (Democratic) leadership 2.2.2
  • Members 3
    • Senate 3.1
      • Alabama 3.1.1
      • Alaska 3.1.2
      • Arizona 3.1.3
      • Arkansas 3.1.4
      • California 3.1.5
      • Colorado 3.1.6
      • Connecticut 3.1.7
      • Delaware 3.1.8
      • Florida 3.1.9
      • Georgia 3.1.10
      • Hawaii 3.1.11
      • Idaho 3.1.12
      • Illinois 3.1.13
      • Indiana 3.1.14
      • Iowa 3.1.15
      • Kansas 3.1.16
      • Kentucky 3.1.17
      • Louisiana 3.1.18
      • Maine 3.1.19
      • Maryland 3.1.20
      • Massachusetts 3.1.21
      • Michigan 3.1.22
      • Minnesota 3.1.23
      • Mississippi 3.1.24
      • Missouri 3.1.25
      • Montana 3.1.26
      • Nebraska 3.1.27
      • Nevada 3.1.28
      • New Hampshire 3.1.29
      • New Jersey 3.1.30
      • New Mexico 3.1.31
      • New York 3.1.32
      • North Carolina 3.1.33
      • North Dakota 3.1.34
      • Ohio 3.1.35
      • Oklahoma 3.1.36
      • Oregon 3.1.37
      • Pennsylvania 3.1.38
      • Rhode Island 3.1.39
      • South Carolina 3.1.40
      • South Dakota 3.1.41
      • Tennessee 3.1.42
      • Texas 3.1.43
      • Utah 3.1.44
      • Vermont 3.1.45
      • Virginia 3.1.46
      • Washington 3.1.47
      • West Virginia 3.1.48
      • Wisconsin 3.1.49
      • Wyoming 3.1.50
    • House of Representatives 3.2
      • Alabama 3.2.1
      • Alaska 3.2.2
      • Arizona 3.2.3
      • Arkansas 3.2.4
      • California 3.2.5
      • Colorado 3.2.6
      • Connecticut 3.2.7
      • Delaware 3.2.8
      • Florida 3.2.9
      • Georgia 3.2.10
      • Hawaii 3.2.11
      • Idaho 3.2.12
      • Illinois 3.2.13
      • Indiana 3.2.14
      • Iowa 3.2.15
      • Kansas 3.2.16
      • Kentucky 3.2.17
      • Louisiana 3.2.18
      • Maine 3.2.19
      • Maryland 3.2.20
      • Massachusetts 3.2.21
      • Michigan 3.2.22
      • Minnesota 3.2.23
      • Mississippi 3.2.24
      • Missouri 3.2.25
      • Montana 3.2.26
      • Nebraska 3.2.27
      • Nevada 3.2.28
      • New Hampshire 3.2.29
      • New Jersey 3.2.30
      • New Mexico 3.2.31
      • New York 3.2.32
      • North Carolina 3.2.33
      • North Dakota 3.2.34
      • Ohio 3.2.35
      • Oklahoma 3.2.36
      • Oregon 3.2.37
      • Pennsylvania 3.2.38
      • Rhode Island 3.2.39
      • South Carolina 3.2.40
      • South Dakota 3.2.41
      • Tennessee 3.2.42
      • Texas 3.2.43
      • Utah 3.2.44
      • Vermont 3.2.45
      • Virginia 3.2.46
      • Washington 3.2.47
      • West Virginia 3.2.48
      • Wisconsin 3.2.49
      • Wyoming 3.2.50
      • Non-voting members 3.2.51
  • Notes 4
  • See also 5

Party summary

Resignations and new members are discussed in the "Changes in membership" section, below.

Senate

Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Republican Democratic Independent Vacant
End of previous Congress 45 53 2 100 0
Begin (January 3, 2015) 54 44 2 100 0
Latest voting share 54% 46%

House of Representatives

Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
TBD Total
Democratic Republican Vacant
End of previous Congress 201 234 435 0
Begin (January 3, 2015) 188 246 1 435 0
Latest voting share 43.2% 56.6% 0.2%
Non-voting members 5 1 6 0

Leadership

[ Section contents: Senate: Majority (R), Minority (D) • House: Majority (R), Minority (D) ]

Senate

Senate President
Joe Biden (D)
(Presumptive) Senate President pro tempore
Orrin Hatch (R)

Majority (Republican) leadership

Minority (Democratic) leadership

House of Representatives

(Presumptive) House Speaker
John Boehner (R)

Majority (Republican) leadership

Minority (Democratic) leadership

Members

Senate

Senators are listed by state then seniority. The numbers refer to their Senate classes.[2]

House of Representatives

[3]

Notes

  1. ^ Sablan caucuses with the Democratic Party.
  2. ^ Pierluisi caucuses with the Democratic Party.

See also

  1. ^ H.J.Res. 129.
  2. ^ Senate election results - Real Clear Politics.com
  3. ^ House election results - Real Clear Politics.com
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