We’re asking every member
of the new Congress to

By the start of the new Congress on January 3rd, our country needs to know exactly which members of Congress are willing to reject white nationalism.

Our lives, our communities and our democracy are at stake.

We are asking every Representative and Senator in the incoming Congress to sign this declaration or share this message in their own words:

“I unequivocally reject white nationalism and recognize it is a threat to individuals, communities, and American democracy itself.”

White nationalism is a dangerous political ideology that seeks to build a country for white people only — and to rid our country of everyone else. More and more, this toxic worldview has moved from the margins of society to the mainstream.

We’ve seen the impacts of the white nationalist movement and we demand Congress take action. We’ve seen violence and murder across the country, in Charlottesville, Portland, Kansas City, Louisville, and Pittsburgh. We’ve seen the scapegoating of immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers. We’ve seen antisemitic conspiracy theories and racist ideas spread in our politics.

We will not be divided. We will build a country where all of us belong — where every single person can live, love, and thrive.

Find your Representative and Senators below. Click on the Twitter or Facebook icons next to their name to ask them to #RejectWhiteNationalism.

Rejects White Nationalism

We thank all the members of the new Congress who have signed the declaration or made their own statements to recognize the threat of white nationalism. Show them your appreciation for standing on the right side of history — send them a message of support on Twitter or Facebook.

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AZ-3: Raul Grijalva (D)

“It's our responsibility to unequivocally reject white nationalism and recognize it as a threat to our values, our communities, and our democracy. The Trump Administration should do the same.” (source)

AZ-7: Ruben Gallego (D)

AZ-9: Greg Stanton (D)

CA-10: Josh Harder (D)

CA-13: Barbara Lee (D)

“We need leaders across the political spectrum to condemn white nationalists and the bigoted beliefs they espouse. Racism, in all its forms, is a threat to our communities and our democracy.” (source)

CA-19: Zoe Lofgren (D)

“The impetus for the President's action seems just as clear: an extremist, racist agenda. Seventy-eight percent of Americans oppose the deportation of such young people. However, groups tied to the white nationalist movement have long sought DACA's destruction. Once again, President Trump seems to bend to the will of extremists rather than mainstream Americans, just as he did while condoning white supremacists in Charlottesville.” (source)

CA-24: Salud Carbajal (D)

CA-26: Julia Brownley (D)

CA-27: Judy Chu (D)

“But rather than directly condemn this violence, President Donald Trump chose to embolden white supremacists by saying there were ‘very fine people on both sides.’ Let me be clear: white supremacy is despicable.” (source)

CA-28: Adam Schiff (D)

CA-31: Pete Aguilar (D)

CA-33: Ted Lieu (D)

CA-34: Jimmy Gomez (D)

“From city councils to the highest echelons of the federal government — there is NO place for #WhiteNationalism in our civic life. I signed the pledge to #RejectWhiteNationalism. I urge all my colleagues of the incoming #116thCongress to do the same” (source)

CA-36: Raul Ruiz (D)

CA-37: Karen Bass (D)

CA-40: Lucille Roybal-Allard (D)

“We watched the President of the United States defend white supremacists today AGAIN. Disgusting. White supremacy alone is to blame for the violence in Charlottesville. Period. There aren't multiple sides to this, Mr. President.” (source)

CA-41: Mark Takano (D)

CA-44: Nanette Barragán (D)

CA-47: Alan Lowenthal (D)

CA-49: Mike Levin (D)

CA-52: Scott Peters (D)

“...the president’s failure to condemn the white supremacists, KKK members, and the Alt-Right only emboldened their prejudice. There is still only one side: the one of respect, justice, and kindness. We must all denounce hate to ensure our country is on the right side of history.” (source)

CA-Sen: Kamala Harris (D)

DC: Eleanor Holmes Norton (D)

FL-21: Lois Frankel (D)

“We must stand up against antisemitism, racism & white nationalism in our country. I #RejectWhiteNationalism - a threat to individuals, communities, & our democracy - and urge my colleagues in Congress to do the same.” (source)

FL-23: Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D)

IL-07: Danny Davis (D)

“I unequivocally reject white nationalism” (source)

IL-09: Jan Schakowsky (D)

“I’m proud to join in unequivocally denouncing white supremacy and white nationalism. Say it with me: I !” (source)

IL-10: Brad Schneider (D)

“...our national consciousness has been seared by the violence of white supremacy and domestic terrorist groups. As this vile and dangerous extremist ideology grows in strength, we need to take steps to protect Americans from the threat." *Inclusion of this statement does not indicate that all partner organizations endorse HR 4918*” (source)

KS-3: Sharice Davids (D)

LA-2: Cedric Richmond (D)

“I never thought I would see the day when the president of United States would openly defend white supremacists. I call on my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to hold this president accountable.” (source)

MA-2: Jim McGovern (D)

MA-4: Joseph Kennedy (D)

“Few American communities have been spared the violence of racism, hatred & bigotry this year. That’s why we must unequivocally reject white nationalism in all forms – threatened, written, verbal, or physical – and restore decency and justice in its place.” (source)

MA-5: Katherine Clark (D)

MA-6: Seth Moulton (D)

MA-7: Ayanna Pressley (D)

“I because I believe in the values of dignity, equity and justice. We must seek to better understand and support each other, and we all have an obligation to stand firmly and vocally against hate and systemic oppression.” (source)

MA-Sen: Elizabeth Warren (D)

“President Trump’s actions and instincts align with those of authoritarian regimes around the globe. He embraces dictators of all stripes.  He cozies up to white nationalists....The time for holding back is over. Patriots of every political persuasion must stand up to this type of behavior.” (source)

MD-5: Steny Hoyer (D)

“Recent hate-motivated events, including the shooting in PA, demonstrate how the dangerous rise of white nationalism & anti-Semitism is a threat to all Americans & our democracy.” (source)

MD-8: Jamie Raskin (D)

MD-Sen: Chris Van Hollen (D)

NH-Sen: Maggie Hassan (D)

NJ-01: Donald Norcross (D)

“We must make it clear that white nationalism, racism, anti-Semitism & violence have no place in our state & our country.” (source)

NJ-06: Frank Pallone (D)

“The growing number of anti-Semitic acts in our country calls for renewed courage and leadership to reject all forms of bigotry. I'm proud to join @bend_thearc to unequivocally reject white nationalism & recognize it is a threat to individuals, communities, & American democracy.” (source)

NJ-07: Tom Malinowski (D)

NJ-12: Bonnie Watson Coleman (D)

“If Congress does not send a clear message to the President, the world will see Congress as complicit and groups peddling in white supremacy, racism and anti-Semitism will feel vindicated and emboldened to continue down their path of hate and violence.” (source)

NJ-Sen: Bob Menendez (D)

“The events in Charlottesville were a tragic reminder that hateful forces like white supremacy, anti-Semitism, and racial bigotry are never dead but dormant and all too easily awoken by those who stoke fear and division. All of us have the capability and the responsibility to stand up each day for justice, equality, tolerance, and the diversity that makes America great.” (source)

NV-3: Susie Lee (D)

NY-06: Grace Meng (D)

President Trump’s failure to immediately condemn the actions of the white supremacist group was despicable. America stands for the inclusion of people of all races, ethnicities, religions, genders, and sexual orientations. We come together to denounce hatred, racism, and xenophobia and we are stronger because of our diversity.” (source)

NY-10: Jerrold Nadler (D)

“I hereby denounce white supremacy. I commit to championing policies that protect the rights and safety of all people, including people of color, immigrants, refugees, people with disabilities, LGBTQ people, women, Jews, Muslims, Sikhs and people of all faiths. I will support compassionate, democratic policies that recognize the dignity of all of us.” ()

NY-13: Adriano Espaillat (D)

NY-17: Nita Lowey (D)

NY-Sen: Kirsten Gillibrand (D)

“On this issue, there is only one side: White supremacy is an evil that should not be ignored or tolerated. There is no place in our country for these ideologies.” (source)

OR-3: Earl Blumenauer (D)

“I unequivocally reject white nationalism and recognize it is a threat to individuals, communities, and American democracy itself.” (source)

PA-04: Madeleine Dean (D)

PA-17: Conor Lamb (D)

PA-18: Michael Doyle (D)

“I recently met with @bendthearcpgh and agree we all must stand against hate. I join them in rejecting white nationalism & recognizing it as threat to individuals, communities & American democracy. America is a diverse, pluralistic nation - that’s something we need to defend.” (source)

RI-1: David Cicilline (D)

RI-Sen: Sheldon Whitehouse (D)

TX-35: Lloyd Doggett (D)

VA-10: Jennifer Wexton (D)

WA-07: Pramila Jayapal (D)

“The American people expect their leaders to condemn white supremacy in unambiguous terms. President Trump not only failed at condemning white supremacists and neo-Nazis, he stood up for them – for that he must be censured. The president’s conduct is un-American and it must stop.” (source)

WA-09: Adam Smith (D)

This tragic act of bigotry and intolerance exposed the senseless views espoused by White Supremacist movements. I firmly believe that all individuals have the right to express their thoughts and beliefs, but racism and violence is unacceptable, and we must be clear that it cannot be tolerated.” (source)

WA-10: Denny Heck (D)

WI-2: Mark Pocan (D)

WI-4: Gwen Moore (D)

“White supremacy, our nation’s original sin, has always held a prominent role in the African American experience. However, we aren’t alone in our endeavor to combat domestic terrorism. Jews, Muslims, LGBTQ individuals, and other marginalized groups have a long and rich history of standing shoulder to shoulder with us as part of our shared efforts to extinguish the flames of racism and extremist views of white nationalism.” (source)

Directory of the new Congress

We need to know where every Representative and Senator in the 116th Congress stands before they’re sworn in on January 3. Send them a message on Twitter or Facebook to make sure they see our demand to reject white nationalism. (Check back soon: after Thanksgiving we’ll update this directory to show who has responded. Elected officials can sign on or share their statement here.)

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AK-AL: Don Young (R)

AK-Sen: Dan Sullivan (R)

AK-Sen: Lisa Murkowski (R)

AL-1: Bradley Byrne (R)

AL-2: Martha Roby (R)

AL-3: Mike Rogers (R)

AL-4: Robert Aderholt (R)

AL-5: Mo Brooks (R)

AL-6: Gary Palmer (R)

AL-7: Terri Sewell (D)

AL-Sen: Doug Jones (D)

AL-Sen: Richard Shelby (R)

AR-1: Rick Crawford (R)

AR-2: French Hill (R)

AR-3: Steve Womack (R)

AR-4: Bruce Westerman (R)

AR-Sen: John Boozman (R)

AR-Sen: Tom Cotton (R)

AZ-1: Tom O'Halleran (D)

AZ-2: Ann Kirkpatrick (D)

AZ-4: Paul Gosar (R)

AZ-5: Andy Biggs (R)

AZ-6: David Schweikert (R)

AZ-8: Debbie Lesko (R)

AZ-Sen: Jon Kyl (R)

AZ-Sen: Kyrsten Sinema (D)

CA-01: Doug LaMalfa (R)

CA-02: Jared Huffman (D)

CA-03: John Garamendi (D)

CA-04: Tom McClintock (R)

CA-05: Mike Thompson (D)

CA-06: Doris Matsui (D)

CA-07: Ami Bera (D)

CA-08: Paul Cook (R)

CA-09: Jerry McNerney (D)

CA-11: Mark Desaulnier (D)

CA-12: Nancy Pelosi (D)

CA-14: Jackie Speier (D)

CA-15: Eric Swalwell (D)

CA-16: Jim Costa (D)

CA-17: Ro Khanna (D)

CA-18: Anna Eshoo (D)

CA-20: Jimmy Panetta (D)

CA-21: T.J. Cox (D)

CA-22: Devin Nunes (R)

CA-23: Kevin McCarthy (R)

CA-25: Katie Hill (D)

CA-29: Tony Cardenas (D)

CA-30: Brad Sherman (D)

CA-32: Grace Napolitano (D)

CA-35: Norma Torres (D)

CA-38: Linda Sánchez (D)

CA-39: Gil Cisneros (D)

CA-42: Ken Calvert (R)

CA-43: Maxine Waters (D)

CA-45: Katie Porter (D)

CA-46: Lou Correa (D)

CA-48: Harley Rouda (D)

CA-50: Duncan Hunter (R)

CA-51: Juan Vargas (D)

CA-53: Susan Davis (D)

CA-Sen: Diane Feinstein (D)

CO-1: Diana DeGette (D)

CO-2: Joe Neguse (D)

CO-3: Scott Tipton (R)

CO-4: Ken Buck (R)

CO-5: Doug Lamborn (R)

CO-6: Jason Crow (D)

CO-7: Ed Perlmutter (D)

CO-Sen: Cory Gardner (R)

CO-Sen: Michael Bennet (D)

CT-1: John Larson (D)

CT-2: Joe Courtney (D)

CT-3: Rosa DeLauro (D)

CT-4: Jim Himes (D)

CT-5: Jahana Hayes (D)

CT-Sen: Chris Murphy (D)

CT-Sen: Richard Blumenthal (D)

DE-AL: Lisa Rochester (D)

DE-Sen: Christopher Coons (D)

DE-Sen: Tom Carper (D)

FL-01: Matt Gaetz (R)

FL-02: Neal Dunn (R)

FL-03: Ted Yoho (R)

FL-04: John Rutherford (R)

FL-05: Al Lawson (D)

FL-06: Michael Waltz (R)

FL-07: Stephanie Murphy (D)

FL-08: Bill Posey (R)

FL-09: Darren Soto (D)

FL-10: Val Demings (D)

FL-11: Daniel Webster (R)

FL-12: Gus Bilirakis (R)

FL-13: Charlie Crist (D)

FL-14: Kathy Castor (D)

FL-15: Ross Spano (R)

FL-16: Vern Buchanan (R)

FL-17: April Freeman (D)

FL-17: Greg Steube (R)

FL-18: Brian Mast (R)

FL-19: Francis Rooney (R)

FL-20: Alcee Hastings (D)

FL-22: Ted Deutch (D)

FL-24: Frederica Wilson (D)

FL-25: Mario Diaz-Balart (R)

FL-26: Debbie Mucarsel Powell (D)

FL-27: Donna Shalala (D)

FL-Sen: Marco Rubio (R)

GA-01: Buddy Carter (R)

GA-02: Sanford Bishop (D)

GA-03: Drew Ferguson (R)

GA-04: Henry Johnson (D)

GA-05: John Lewis (D)

GA-06: Lucy McBath (D)

GA-07: Rob Woodall (R)

GA-08: Austin Scott (R)

GA-09: Doug Collins (R)

GA-10: Jody Hice (R)

GA-11: Barry Loudermilk (R)

GA-12: Rick Allen (R)

GA-13: David Scott (D)

GA-14: Tom Graves (R)

GA-Sen: David Perdue (R)

GA-Sen: Johnny Isakson (R)

HI-1: Ed Case (D)

HI-2: Tulsi Gabbard (D)

HI-Sen: Brian Schatz (D)

HI-Sen: Mazie Hirono (D)

IA-1: Abby Finkenauer (D)

IA-2: Dave Loebsack (D)

IA-3: Cindy Axne (D)

IA-4: Steve King (R)

IA-Sen: Chuck Grassley (R)

IA-Sen: Joni Ernst (R)

ID-1: Russ Fulcher (R)

ID-2: Mike Simpson (R)

ID-Sen: Jim Risch (R)

ID-Sen: Mike Crapo (R)

IL-01: Bobby Rush (D)

IL-02: Robin Kelly (D)

IL-03: Daniel Lipinski (D)

IL-04: Jesus 'Chuy' Garcia (D)

IL-05: Mike Quigley (D)

IL-06: Sean Casten (D)

IL-08: Raja Krishnamoorthi (D)

IL-11: Bill Foster (D)

IL-12: Mike Bost (R)

IL-13: Rodney Davis (R)

IL-14: Lauren Underwood (D)

IL-15: John Shimkus (R)

IL-16: Adam Kinzinger (R)

IL-17: Cheri Bustos (D)

IL-18: Darin Lahood (R)

IL-Sen: Dick Durbin (D)

IL-Sen: Tammy Duckworth (D)

IN-1: Peter Visclosky (D)

IN-2: Jackie Walorski (R)

IN-3: Jim Banks (R)

IN-4: Jim Baird (R)

IN-5: Susan Brooks (R)

IN-6: Greg Pence (R)

IN-7: André Carson (D)

IN-8: Larry Bucshon (R)

IN-9: Trey Hollingsworth (R)

IN-Sen: Mike Braun (R)

IN-Sen: Todd Young (R)

KS-1: Roger Marshall (R)

KS-2: Steve Watkins (R)

KS-4: Ron Estes (R)

KS-Sen: Jerry Moran (R)

KS-Sen: Pat Roberts (R)

KY-1: James Comer (R)

KY-2: S. Guthrie (R)

KY-3: John Yarmuth (D)

KY-4: Thomas Massie (R)

KY-5: Harold Rogers (R)

KY-6: Andy Barr (R)

KY-Sen: Mitch McConnell (R)

KY-Sen: Rand Paul (R)

LA-1: Steve Scalise (R)

LA-3: Clay Higgins (R)

LA-3: Verone Thomas (D)

LA-4: Mike Johnson (R)

LA-5: Ralph Abraham (R)

LA-6: Garret Graves (R)

LA-Sen: Bill Cassidy (R)

LA-Sen: John Kennedy (R)

MA-1: Richard Neal (D)

MA-3: Lori Trahan (D)

MA-8: Stephen Lynch (D)

MA-9: Bill Keating (D)

MA-Sen: Ed Markey (D)

MD-1: Andy Harris (R)

MD-2: Dutch Ruppersberger (D)

MD-3: John Sarbanes (D)

MD-4: Anthony Brown (D)

MD-6: David Trone (D)

MD-7: Elijah Cummings (D)

MD-Sen: Ben Cardin (D)

ME-1: Chellie Pingree (D)

ME-2: Jared Golden (D)

ME-Sen: Angus King (I)

ME-Sen: Susan Collins (R)

MI-01: Jack Bergman (R)

MI-02: Bill Huizenga (R)

MI-03: Justin Amash (R)

MI-04: John Moolenaar (R)

MI-05: Dan Kildee (D)

MI-06: Fred Upton (R)

MI-07: Tim Walberg (R)

MI-08: Elissa Slotkin (D)

MI-09: Andy Levin (D)

MI-10: Paul Mitchell (R)

MI-11: Haley Stevens (D)

MI-12: Debbie Dingell (D)

MI-13: Rashida Tlaib (D)

MI-14: Brenda Lawrence (D)

MI-Sen: Debbie Stabenow (D)

MI-Sen: Gary Peters (D)

MN-1: Jim Hagedorn (R)

MN-2: Angie Craig (D)

MN-3: Dean Phillips (D)

MN-4: Betty McCollum (D)

MN-5: Ilhan Omar (D)

MN-6: Tom Emmer (R)

MN-7: Collin Peterson (D)

MN-8: Pete Stauber (R)

MN-Sen: Amy Klobuchar (D)

MN-Sen: Tina Smith (D)

MO-1: William Clay (D)

MO-2: Ann Wagner (R)

MO-3: Blaine Luetkemeyer (R)

MO-4: Vicky Hartzler (R)

MO-5: Emanuel Cleaver (D)

MO-6: Sam Graves (R)

MO-7: Billy Long (R)

MO-8: Jason Smith (R)

MO-Sen: Josh Hawley (R)

MO-Sen: Roy Blunt (R)

MS-1: Trent Kelly (R)

MS-2: Bennie Thompson (D)

MS-3: Michael Guest (R)

MS-4: Steven Palazzo (R)

MS-Sen: Roger Wicker (R)

MT-AL: Greg Gianforte (R)

MT-Sen: Jon Tester (D)

MT-Sen: Steve Daines (R)

NC-01: G.K. Butterfield (D)

NC-02: George Holding (R)

NC-03: Walter Jones (R)

NC-04: David Price (D)

NC-05: Virginia Foxx (R)

NC-06: Mark Walker (R)

NC-07: David Rouzer (R)

NC-08: Richard Hudson (R)

NC-10: Patrick McHenry (R)

NC-11: Mark Meadows (R)

NC-12: Alma Adams (D)

NC-13: Ted Budd (R)

NC-Sen: Richard Burr (R)

NC-Sen: Thom Tillis (R)

ND-AL: Kelly Armstrong (R)

ND-Sen: John Hoeven (R)

ND-Sen: Kevin Cramer (R)

NE-1: Jeff Fortenberry (R)

NE-2: Don Bacon (R)

NE-3: Adrian Smith (R)

NE-Sen: Ben Sasse (R)

NE-Sen: Deb Fischer (R)

NH-1: Chris Pappas (D)

NH-2: Ann Kuster (D)

NH-Sen: Jeanne Shaheen (D)

NJ-02: Jeff Van Drew (D)

NJ-03: Andy Kim (D)

NJ-04: Christopher Smith (R)

NJ-05: Josh Gottheimer (D)

NJ-08: Albio Sires (D)

NJ-09: Bill Pascrell (D)

NJ-10: Donald Payne Jr. (D)

NJ-11: Mikie Sherrill (D)

NJ-Sen: Cory Booker (D)

NM-1: Debra Haaland (D)

NM-2: Xochitl Torres Small (D)

NM-3: Ben Luján (D)

NM-Sen: Martin Heinrich (D)

NM-Sen: Tom Udall (D)

NV-1: Dina Titus (D)

NV-2: Mark Amodei (R)

NV-4: Steven Horsford (D)

NV-Sen: Catherine Cortez Masto (D)

NV-Sen: Jacky Rosen (D)

NY-01: Lee Zeldin (R)

NY-02: Peter King (R)

NY-03: Thomas Suozzi (D)

NY-04: Kathleen Rice (D)

NY-05: Gregory Meeks (D)

NY-07: Nydia Velazquez (D)

NY-08: Hakeem Jeffries (D)

NY-09: Yvette Clarke (D)

NY-11: Max Rose (D)

NY-12: Carolyn Maloney (D)

NY-14: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D)

NY-15: Jose Serrano (D)

NY-16: Eliot Engel (D)

NY-18: Sean Maloney (D)

NY-19: Antonio Delgado (D)

NY-20: Paul Tonko (D)

NY-21: Elise Stefanik (R)

NY-22: Anthony Brindisi (D)

NY-23: Tom Reed (R)

NY-24: John Katko (R)

NY-25: Joseph Morelle (D)

NY-26: Brian Higgins (D)

NY-Sen: Chuck Schumer (D)

OH-01: Steve Chabot (R)

OH-02: Brad Wenstrup (R)

OH-03: Joyce Beatty (D)

OH-04: Jim Jordan (R)

OH-05: Bob Latta (R)

OH-06: Bill Johnson (R)

OH-07: Bob Gibbs (R)

OH-08: Warren Davidson (R)

OH-09: Marcy Kaptur (D)

OH-10: Mike Turner (R)

OH-11: Marcia Fudge (D)

OH-12: Troy Balderson (R)

OH-13: Tim Ryan (D)

OH-14: David Joyce (R)

OH-15: Steve Stivers (R)

OH-16: Anthony Gonzalez (R)

OH-Sen: Rob Portman (R)

OH-Sen: Sherrod Brown (D)

OK-1: Kevin Hern (R)

OK-2: Markwayne Mullin (R)

OK-3: Frank Lucas (R)

OK-4: Tom Cole (R)

OK-5: Kendra Horn (D)

OK-Sen: James Lankford (R)

OK-Sen: Jim Inhofe (R)

OR-1: Suzanne Bonamici (D)

OR-2: Greg Walden (R)

OR-4: Peter DeFazio (D)

OR-5: Kurt Schrader (D)

OR-Sen: Jeff Merkley (D)

OR-Sen: Ron Wyden (D)

PA-01: Brian Fitzpatrick (R)

PA-02: Brendan Boyle (D)

PA-03: Dwight Evans (D)

PA-05: Mary Gay Scanlon (D)

PA-06: Chrissy Houlahan (D)

PA-07: Susan Wild (D)

PA-08: Matthew Cartwright (D)

PA-09: Daniel Meuser (R)

PA-10: Scott Perry (R)

PA-11: Lloyd Smucker (R)

PA-12: Thomas Marino (R)

PA-13: John Joyce (R)

PA-14: Guy Reschenthaler (R)

PA-15: Glenn Thompson (R)

PA-16: George Kelly (R)

PA-Sen: Bob Casey (D)

PA-Sen: Pat Toomey (R)

RI-2: Jim Langevin (D)

RI-Sen: Jack Reed (D)

SC-1: Joe Cunningham (D)

SC-2: Joe Wilson (R)

SC-3: Jeff Duncan (R)

SC-4: William Timmons (R)

SC-5: Ralph Norman (R)

SC-6: James Clyburn (D)

SC-7: Tom Rice (R)

SC-Sen: Lindsey Graham (R)

SC-Sen: Tim Scott (R)

SD-AL: Dustin Johnson (R)

SD-Sen: John Thune (R)

SD-Sen: Mike Rounds (R)

TN-1: Phil Roe (R)

TN-2: Tim Burchett (R)

TN-3: Chuck Fleischmann (R)

TN-4: Scott DesJarlais (R)

TN-5: Jim Cooper (D)

TN-6: John Rose (R)

TN-7: Mark Green (R)

TN-8: David Kustoff (R)

TN-9: Steve Cohen (D)

TN-Sen: Lamar Alexander (R)

TN-Sen: Marsha Blackburn (R)

TX-01: Louie Gohmert (R)

TX-02: Dan Crenshaw (R)

TX-03: Van Taylor (R)

TX-04: John Ratcliffe (R)

TX-05: Lance Gooden (R)

TX-06: Ron Wright (R)

TX-07: Lizzie Fletcher (D)

TX-08: Kevin Brady (R)

TX-09: Al Green (D)

TX-10: Michael McCaul (R)

TX-11: Mike Conaway (R)

TX-12: Kay Granger (R)

TX-13: Mac Thornberry (R)

TX-14: Randy Weber (R)

TX-15: Vicente Gonzalez (D)

TX-16: Veronica Escobar (D)

TX-17: Bill Flores (R)

TX-18: Sheila Jackson Lee (D)

TX-19: Jodey Arrington (R)

TX-20: Joaquin Castro (D)

TX-21: Chip Roy (R)

TX-22: Pete Olson (R)

TX-23: Will Hurd (R)

TX-24: Kenny Marchant (R)

TX-25: Roger Williams (R)

TX-26: Michael Burgess (R)

TX-27: Michael Cloud (R)

TX-28: Henry Cuellar (D)

TX-29: Sylvia Garcia (D)

TX-30: Eddie Johnson (D)

TX-31: John Carter (R)

TX-32: Colin Allred (D)

TX-33: Marc Veasey (D)

TX-34: Filemon Vela (D)

TX-36: Brian Babin (R)

TX-Sen: John Cornyn (R)

TX-Sen: Ted Cruz (R)

UT-1: Rob Bishop (R)

UT-2: Chris Stewart (R)

UT-3: John Curtis (R)

UT-4: Ben McAdams (D)

UT-Sen: Mike Lee (R)

UT-Sen: Mitt Romney (R)

VA-01: Robert Wittman (R)

VA-02: Elaine Luria (D)

VA-03: Robert Scott (D)

VA-04: A. McEachin (D)

VA-05: Denver Riggleman (R)

VA-06: Ben Cline (R)

VA-07: Abigail Spanberger (D)

VA-08: Donald Beyer (D)

VA-09: Morgan Griffith (R)

VA-11: Gerald Connolly (D)

VA-Sen: Mark Warner (D)

VA-Sen: Tim Kaine (D)

VT-AL: Peter Welch (D)

VT-Sen: Bernie Sanders (I)

VT-Sen: Patrick Leahy (D)

WA-01: Suzan DelBene (D)

WA-02: Rick Larsen (D)

WA-03: Jaime Beutler (R)