Preliminary Rosters For US Senate Agriculture & Appropriations Committees

The U.S. Senate has announced the preliminary rosters for Committee assignments in the upcoming 114th Congress. 06507_StabenowHearingRoom05142013 Below is the membership list for the Agriculture Committee and the Appropriations Committee.  The rosters for the U.S. House remain only partially complete.  The Senate committee chairmen will be officially named in January after the 114th Congress is sworn in however it is widely believed that the chairmen of these two committees are set.  These rosters are preliminary and are subject to change.


Republicans                                           Democrats
Pat Roberts, Kansas                                Debbie Stabenow, Michigan, Ranking Member
Thad Cochran, Mississippi                     Patrick J. Leahy, Vermont
Mitch McConnell, Kentucky                  Sherrod Brown, Ohio
John Boozman, Arkansas                       Amy Klobuchar, Minnesota
John Hoeven, North Dakota                  D. Michael Bennet, Colorado
David Perdue, Georgia*                          Kirsten Gillibrand, New York
Joni Ernst, Iowa*                                     Joe Donelly, Indiana
Thom Tillis, North Carolina*                Heidi Heitkamp, North Dakota
Ben Sasse, Nebraska*                             Bob Casey, Pennsylvania
Charles E. Grassley, Iowa
John Thune, South Dakota


Republicans                                                       Democrats

Thad Cochran, Mississippi                                Barbara Mikulski, Maryland, ranking member
Mitch McConnell, Kentucky                             Patrick J. Leahy, Vermont
Richard C. Shelby, Alabama                             Patty Murray, Washington
Lamar Alexander, Tennessee                            Dianne Feinstein, California
Susan Collins, Maine                                          Richard J. Durbin, Illinois
Lisa Murkowski, Alaska                                     Jack Reed, Rhode Island
Lindsey Graham, South Carolina                     Jon Tester, Montana
Mark S. Kirk, Illinois                                           Tom Udall, New Mexico
Roy Blunt, Missouri                                            Jeanne Shaheen, New Hampshire
Jerry Moran, Kansas                                           Jeff Merkley, Oregon
John Hoeven, North Dakota                             Chris Coons, Delaware
John Boozman, Arkansas                                  Brian Schatz, Hawaii
Shelley Moore Capito, West Virginia*           Tammy Baldwin, Wisconsin
Bill Cassidy, Louisiana*                                    Christopher S. Murphy, Connecticut*
James Lankford, Oklahoma*
Steve Daines, Montana*

* Indicates new member of the US Senate.

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