ProPublica

Journalism in the Public Interest

Cancel

Is your member of Congress a New Democrat?

We've pulled together a quick cheat sheet with some basic information about each of the group's 69 member's district, voting record and campaign funders.

Related Article: The New Democrats: The Coalition Pharma and Wall St. Love »

Joseph Crowley (N.Y. 7)
Chair
First Elected: 1998
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Foreign Affairs (Party Rank: 21)
  • Committee on Ways and Means (Party Rank: 17)

Crowley was first elected to his heavily Democratic district in New York City in 1998. During his House career, his campaign has taken in $8.9 million, including $2.7 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, $1.1 million from labor, and $750,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Melissa Bean (Ill. 8)
Vice Chair & Whip
First Elected: 2004
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Small Business (Party Rank: 9)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 22)

Bean was first elected to her district in Chicago’s affluent northwestern suburbs in 2004. During her House career, her campaign has taken in more than $11.3 million, including $2.4 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, $2.2 million from ideological/single-issue groups, and $835,000 from labor.

Ron Kind (Wis. 3)
Vice-Chair
First Elected: 1996
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Natural Resources (Party Rank: 20)
  • Committee on Ways and Means (Party Rank: 14)

Kind was first elected to his rural district in the heart of Wisconsin’s dairy country in 1996.During his House career, his campaign has taken in $7.8 million, including $1.1 million from labor, $1.1 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $750,000 from the health care sector.

Adam Smith (Wash. 9)
Vice-Chair
First Elected: 1996
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (Party Rank: 12)
  • Committee on Foreign Affairs (Party Rank: 11)
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 8)

Smith was first elected to his largely suburban district in the Seattle-Tacoma area in 1996. During his House career, his campaign has taken in $6.4 million, including $1 million from labor, $642,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $522,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Allyson Schwartz (Pa. 13)
Vice-Chair
First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on the Budget (Party Rank: 2)
  • Committee on Ways and Means (Party Rank: 20)

Schwartz was first elected to her affluent, suburban Philadelphia-area district in 2004. During her House career, she has raised $15.1 million, including $2.6 million from ideological/single-issue groups, $2 million from lawyers and lobbyists, and $1.4 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

John Adler (N.J. 3)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Veterans' Affairs (Party Rank: 16)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 35)

Adler was elected to his politically diverse south-central New Jersey district in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $6.4 million, including $870,000 from lawyers and lobbyists, $800,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $735,000 from ideological/single-issue groups.

Jason Altmire (Pa. 4)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Education and Labor (Party Rank: 19)
  • Committee on Small Business (Party Rank: 11)
  • Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (Party Rank: 23)

Altmire was first elected to his blue collar, suburban, Pittsburgh-area district in 2006. During his House career, his campaign has raised $6.3 million, including $720,000 from the health care sector, $660,000 from labor, and $576,000 from ideological/single-issue groups.

Michael Arcuri (N.Y. 24)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (Party Rank: 26)
  • Committee on Rules (Party Rank: 8)

Arcuri was first elected to his central New York state district in 2006. During his House career, his campaign has raised $5.4 million, including $1.3 million from ideological/single-issue groups, $710,000 from labor, and $455,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

Brian Baird (Wash. 3)

First Elected: 1998
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Science and Technology (Party Rank: 6)
  • Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (Party Rank: 14)

Baird was first elected to his southwestern Washington state district in 1998. During his House career, his campaign has raised $7.7 million, including $1.5 million from labor, $860,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, and $446,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

John Barrow (Ga. 12)

First Elected: 2004
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Energy and Commerce (Party Rank: 25)

Barrow was first elected to his politically competitive district stretching northwest from Savannah in 2004. During his House career, his campaign has raised $8.4 million, including $1.7 million from lawyers and lobbyists, $1.2 million from ideological/single-issue groups, and $815,000 from labor.

Shelley Berkley (Nev. 1)

First Elected: 1998
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Foreign Affairs (Party Rank: 20)
  • Committee on Ways and Means (Party Rank: 16)

Berkley was first elected to her Las Vegas district in 1998. During her House career, her campaign has raised $13 million, including $1.6 million from ideological/single-issue groups, $1.5 million from labor, and $1.4 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

John Boccieri (Ohio 16)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Agriculture (Party Rank: 25)
  • Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (Party Rank: 37)

Boccieri was elected to his northeast Ohio steel district in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $3.6 million, including $735,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, $530,000 from labor, and $280,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Bobby Bright (Ala. 2)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Agriculture (Party Rank: 20)
  • Committee on Small Business (Party Rank: 15)
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 34)

Bright was elected to his rural, southern-Alabama district in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $2.5 million, including $475,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, $315,000 from lawyers and lobbyists, and $230,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

Lois Capps (Calif. 23)

First Elected: 1996
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Natural Resources (Party Rank: 21)
  • Committee on Energy and Commerce (Party Rank: 13)

Capps was first elected to her central-coastal California district in 1998. During her House career, her campaign has raised $9.8 million, including $1.3 million from ideological/single-issue groups, $1.2 million from labor, and $1 million from the health care sector.

Russ Carnahan (Mo. 3)

First Elected: 2004
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Foreign Affairs (Party Rank: 12)
  • Committee on Science and Technology (Party Rank: 20)
  • Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (Party Rank: 19)

Carnahan was first elected to his district, stretching south from St. Louis along the Mississippi River, in 2004. During his House career, his campaign has taken in $5.7 million, including $1.1 million from labor, $740,000 from lawyers and lobbyists, and $432,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

Christopher Carney (Pa. 10)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Homeland Security (Party Rank: 9)
  • Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (Party Rank: 28)

Carney was first elected to his traditionally Republican northeastern Pennsylvania district in 2006. During his House career, his campaign has raised $5.4 million, including $915,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, $685,000 from labor, and $275,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

André Carson (Ind. 7)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 31)

Carson was elected to his heavily Democratic, Indianapolis-centered district in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $2.5 million, including $520,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, $480,000 from labor, and $290,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

Gerald Connolly (Va. 11)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Oversight and Government Reform (Party Rank: 11)
  • Committee on the Budget (Party Rank: 23)
  • Committee on Foreign Affairs (Party Rank: 14)

Connolly was elected to his politically competitive, affluent, suburban Washington district in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $4.2 million, including $575,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, $430,000 from labor and $430,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

Joe Courtney (Conn. 2)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Education and Labor (Party Rank: 22)
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 23)

Courtney was first elected to his eastern-coastal Connecticut district in 2006. During his House career, his campaign has raised $7.1 million, including $1 million for ideological/single-issue groups, $870,000 from lawyers and lobbyists, and $840,000 from labor.

Artur Davis (Ala. 7)

First Elected: 2002
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Administration (Party Rank: 6)
  • Committee on Ways and Means (Party Rank: 21)

Davis was first elected to his impoverished district, stretching southwest from Birmingham, in 2002. During his House career, his campaign has raised $5.3 million, including $1.2 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, $630,000 from lawyers and lobbyists, and $370,000 from ideological/single-issue groups. After a failed bid for Alabama Governor, Davis is retiring from Congress in 2011.

Susan Davis (Calif. 53)

First Elected: 2000
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Education and Labor (Party Rank: 13)
  • Committee on Administration (Party Rank: 5)
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 13)

Davis was first elected to her coastal, downtown San Diego district in 2000. During her House career, she has raised $4.8 million, including $770,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, $510,000 from labor, and $295,000 each from the defense and health care sectors.

Diana DeGette (Colo. 1)

First Elected: 1996
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Natural Resources (Party Rank: 19)
  • Committee on Energy and Commerce (Party Rank: 12)

DeGette was elected to her safely Democratic Denver district in 1996. During her House career, DeGette’s campaign has raised $6 million, including $920,000 from labor, $825,000 from the health care sector, and $700,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Steve Driehaus (Ohio 1)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Oversight and Government Reform (Party Rank: 24)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 37)

Driehaus was elected to his southwestern Ohio district, which stretches northwest from Cincinnati, in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $3.2 million, including $815,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, $530,000 from labor, and $250,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

Eliot Engel (N.Y. 17)

First Elected: 1988
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Foreign Affairs (Party Rank: 7)
  • Committee on Energy and Commerce (Party Rank: 10)

Engel was first elected to his district, which stretches northwest from New York City’s Bronx borough into part of Westchester County, in 1988. During his House career, his campaign has raised $7.9 million, including $1.4 million from labor, $1 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $690,000 from the health care sector.

Bob Etheridge (N.C. 2)

First Elected: 1996
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on the Budget (Party Rank: 11)
  • Committee on Ways and Means (Party Rank: 23)

Etheridge was first elected to his central North Carolina district, which includes Research Triangle, in 1996. During his House career, he his campaign has raised $8.2 million, including $1.3 million from agribusiness, $935,000 from labor, and $860,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

Bill Foster (Ill. 14)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Oversight and Government Reform (Party Rank: 22)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 30)

Foster was elected to his rural Illinois district, which stretches west from Chicago’s distant suburbs, in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $7.8 million, including $875,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, $720,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $505,000 from labor.

Gabrielle Giffords (Ariz. 8)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Foreign Affairs (Party Rank: 27)
  • Committee on Science and Technology (Party Rank: 9)
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 26)

Giffords was first elected to her southeastern Arizona district, which includes part of Tucson and its southwestern suburbs, in 2006. During her House career, her campaign has raised $8.9 million, including $1.6 million from ideological/single-issue groups, $615,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sectors, and $615,000 from labor.

Charlie Gonzalez (Texas 20)

First Elected: 1998
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on the Judiciary (Party Rank: 19)
  • Committee on Administration (Party Rank: 4)
  • Committee on Energy and Commerce (Party Rank: 17)

Gonzalez was first elected to his south-central Texas district, which includes San Antonio, in 1998. During his House career, his campaign has raised $5.7 million, including $780,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, $620,000 from lawyers and lobbyists and $615,000 from the health care sector.

Debbie Halvorson (Ill. 11)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Agriculture (Party Rank: 17)
  • Committee on Small Business (Party Rank: 17)
  • Committee on Veterans' Affairs (Party Rank: 8)

Halvorson was elected to her Illinois district, which comprises the distant-southern Chicago exurbs, in 2008. During her House career, her campaign has raised $4.8 million, including $1.2 million from ideological/single-issue groups, $480,000 from labor, and $390,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

Jane Harman (Calif. 36)

First Elected: 1994
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Homeland Security (Party Rank: 3)
  • Committee on Energy and Commerce (Party Rank: 15)

Harman was first elected to her Los Angeles-area South Bay district in 1992.During her House career, her campaign has raised $12 million, including $1.9 million from ideological/single-issue groups, $1.2 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $1 million from the communications/electronics industry.

Martin Heinrich (N.M. 1)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Natural Resources (Party Rank: 13)
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 31)

Heinrich was elected to his Albuquerque-area district in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $4.9 million, including $1.1 million from ideological/single-interest groups, $450,000 from labor and $450,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Brian Higgins (N.Y. 27)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Ways and Means (Party Rank: 25)

Higgins was elected to his Buffalo-area district in 2004. During his House career, his campaign has raised $4.7 million, including $900,000 from labor, $470,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $425,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Jim Himes (Conn. 4)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Homeland Security (Party Rank: 18)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 40)

Himes was elected to his politically competitive, affluent, coastal-Connecticut district in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $7 million, including $1.8 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, $650,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, and $470,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Rush Holt (N.J. 12)

First Elected: 1998
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (Party Rank: 4)
  • Committee on Education and Labor (Party Rank: 12)
  • Committee on Natural Resources (Party Rank: 7)

Holt was first elected to his central New Jersey district in 1998. During his House career, his campaign has raised $12 million, including $1.3 million from labor, $1.2 million from ideological/single-issue groups, and $620,000 from the health care sector.

Jay Inslee (Wash. 1)

First Elected: 1998
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Natural Resources (Party Rank: 22)
  • Committee on Energy and Commerce (Party Rank: 18)

Inslee was first elected to his suburban district, which lies along the Puget Sound just north of Seattle, since 1998. During his House career, his campaign has raised $10.9 million, including $1.3 million from labor, $975,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, and $890,000 from communications/electronics.

Steve Israel (N.Y. 2)

First Elected: 2000
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Appropriations (Party Rank: 29)

Israel was first elected to his suburban Long Island district 2000. During his House career, his campaign has raised $10.3 million, including $2.1 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, $1 million from labor, and $895,000 each from labor and lawyers and lobbyists.

Ron Klein (Fla. 22)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Foreign Affairs (Party Rank: 28)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 26)

Klein was first elected to his coastal district just north of Miami in 2006. During his House career, his campaign has raised $11.3 million, including $2 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, $1.3 million from lawyers and lobbyists, and $1.1 million from ideological/single-interest groups.

Suzanne Kosmas (Fla. 24)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Science and Technology (Party Rank: 26)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 38)

Kosmas was elected to her coastal district, which stretches from Kennedy Space Center west to the Orlando suburbs, in 2008. During her Houses career, her campaign has raised $4.9 million, including $785,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, $535,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $415,000 from labor.

Frank Kratovil Jr. (Md. 1)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Agriculture (Party Rank: 22)
  • Committee on Natural Resources (Party Rank: 28)
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 32)

Kratovil was first elected to his Maryland district straddling the Chesapeake Bay in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $4.2 million, including $585,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, $490,000 from lawyers and lobbyists, and $315,000 from labor.

Rick Larsen (Wash. 2)

First Elected: 2000
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on the Budget (Party Rank: 20)
  • Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (Party Rank: 15)
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 15)

Larsen was first elected to his rural, coastal Washington state district in 2000. During his House career, his campaign has raised $9.3 million, including $1.2 million from labor, $1.1 million from ideological/single-issue groups, and $660,000 from the health care sector.

Carolyn McCarthy (N.Y. 4)

First Elected: 1996
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Education and Labor (Party Rank: 8)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 15)

McCarthy was first elected to her suburban Long Island district in 1996. During her House career, her campaign has raised $11.8 million, including $1.5 million from labor, $1.2 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector and $1.1 million from ideological/single-issue groups.

Mike McIntyre (N.C. 7)

First Elected: 1996
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Agriculture (Party Rank: 3)
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 10)

McIntyre was first elected to his rural, southeastern North Carolina district in 1996. During his House career, his campaign has raised $6.4 million, including $845,000 from agribusiness, $660,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $560,000 from labor.

Michael McMahon (N.Y. 13)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Foreign Affairs (Party Rank: 15)
  • Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (Party Rank: 41)

McMahon was elected to his New York City district in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $4 million, including $545,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, $490,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, and $445,000 from labor.

Dan Maffei (N.Y. 25)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on the Judiciary (Party Rank: 24)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 42)

Maffei was elected to his Syracuse-area district in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $6 million, including $950,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, $755,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $660,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Betsy Markey (Colo. 4)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Agriculture (Party Rank: 21)
  • Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (Party Rank: 39)

Markey was elected to her rural, eastern Colorado district in 2008. During her House career, her campaign has raised $5.9 million, including $1.3 million from ideological/single-interest groups, $445,000 from labor, and $290,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Kendrick Meek (Fla. 17)

First Elected: 2002
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Ways and Means (Party Rank: 19)

Meek was first elected to his Miami-area district in 2002. During his House career, his campaign has raised $10.5 million, including $1.5 million from lawyers and lobbyists, $1.1 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $915,000 from ideological/single-issue groups. Meek is currently running for the U.S. Senate in Florida.

Gregory Meeks (N.Y. 6)

First Elected: 1996
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Foreign Affairs (Party Rank: 9)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 10)

Meeks was first elected to his New York City district in 1998. During his House career, his campaign has raised $4.6 million, including $1.5 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, $510,000 from labor, and $335,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Charlie Melancon (La. 3)

First Elected: 2004
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on the Budget (Party Rank: 13)
  • Committee on Energy and Commerce (Party Rank: 24)

Melancon was first elected to his southeastern Louisiana district in 2004. During his House career, his campaign has raised $9.6 million, including $1.3 million from lawyers and lobbyists, $930,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, and $795,000 from labor. Melancon is a candidate for the U.S. Senate in Louisiana.

Harry Mitchell (Ariz. 5)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Science and Technology (Party Rank: 22)
  • Committee on Veterans' Affairs (Party Rank: 6)
  • Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (Party Rank: 27)

Mitchell was first elected to his conservative, Scottsdale-area district in 2006. During his House career, his campaign has raised $6.3 million, including $885,000 from ideological/single-interest groups, $605,000 from labor and $600,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Dennis Moore (Kan. 3)

First Elected: 1998
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Small Business (Party Rank: 2)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 11)

Moore was first elected to his Kansas City-area district in 1998. He is retiring from Congress, though his wife is currently running for his seat. During his House career, his campaign has raised $11.6 million, including $2.3 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, $1.3 million from ideological/single-issue groups, and $1.2 million each from labor and lawyers and lobbyists.

James Moran (Va. 8)

First Elected: 1990
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Appropriations (Party Rank: 9)

Moran was first elected to his affluent, suburban Washington district in 1990. During his House career, his campaign has raised $12.8 million, including $1.6 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, $1.4 million from the defense sector, and $1.2 million from lawyers and lobbyists.

Christopher Murphy (Conn. 5)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Oversight and Government Reform (Party Rank: 20)

Murphy was first elected to his rural, western Connecticut district in 2006. During his House career, his campaign has raised $8.2 million, including $1.1 million each from the finance, insurance and real estate sector and ideological/single-issue groups, and $620,000 from labor.

Patrick Murphy (Pa. 8)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Appropriations (Party Rank: 37)
  • Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (Party Rank: 10)
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 20)
  • Committee on Energy and Commerce (Party Rank: 31)

Murphy was first elected to his district in the affluent, northern suburbs of Philadelphia in 2006. During his House career, his campaign has raised $10 million, including $1.4 million form ideological/single-issue groups, $1.2 million from lawyers and lobbyists, and $855,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

Scott Murphy (N.Y. 20)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 35)
  • Committee on Agriculture (Party Rank: 26)

Murphy was elected to his suburban Hudson River Valley district in a 2009 special election. During his House career, his campaign has raised $4.7 million, including $1 million in ideological/single-issue groups, $835,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $325,000 from labor.

Glenn Nye (Va. 2)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Veterans' Affairs (Party Rank: 18)
  • Committee on Small Business (Party Rank: 7)
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 28)

Nye was elected to his eastern Virginia district in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $3.5 million, including $480,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, $355,000 from lawyers and lobbyists, and $335,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

Ed Perlmutter (Colo. 7)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Rules (Party Rank: 10)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 28)

Perlmutter has represented his suburban Denver district since 2006. During his House career, his campaign has raised $6.9 million, including $1.1 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, $930,000 from lawyers and lobbyists, and $735,000 from ideological/single-issue groups.

Gary Peters (Mich. 9)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Science and Technology (Party Rank: 27)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 41)

Peters was elected to his suburban Detroit district in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $5.5 million, including $1.5 million from ideological/single-issue groups, $545,000 from labor, and $510,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Jared Polis (Colo. 2)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Education and Labor (Party Rank: 25)
  • Committee on Rules (Party Rank: 12)

Polis was elected to his district, which stretches from Denver’s northwest suburbs to Boulder, in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $8.1 million, including $565,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, $270,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $100,000 from the communications/electronics sector.

Laura Richardson (Calif. 37)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Homeland Security (Party Rank: 11)
  • Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (Party Rank: 32)

Richardson was elected to her district in Los Angeles County’s generally poor, working class southern suburbs in a special election in 2007. During her House career, her campaign has raised $1.6 million, including $515,000 from labor, $155,000 from the transportation sector, and $140,000 from ideological/single-issue groups.

Loretta Sanchez (Calif. 47)

First Elected: 1996
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Homeland Security (Party Rank: 2)
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 9)

Sanchez was first elected to her largely Hispanic, suburban Orange County district in 1996. During her House career, her campaign has raised $13.3 million, including $1.8 million from labor, $1.5 million from ideological/single-issue groups, and $1 million from lawyers and lobbyists.

Mark Schauer (Mich. 7)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Agriculture (Party Rank: 23)
  • Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (Party Rank: 38)

Schauer was elected to his southern Michigan district in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $5 million, including $1.4 million from ideological/single-issue groups, $625,000 from labor, and $320,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Adam Schiff (Calif. 29)

First Elected: 2000
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (Party Rank: 11)
  • Committee on the Judiciary (Party Rank: 21)
  • Committee on Appropriations (Party Rank: 26)

Schiff was elected to his district in Los Angeles’ sprawling suburbs in 2000. During his House career, his campaign has raised $10.9 million, including $1.1 million from lawyers and lobbyists, $1.1 million from labor, and $1 million from ideological/single-issue groups.

Kurt Schrader (Ore. 5)

First Elected: 2008
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Agriculture (Party Rank: 16)
  • Committee on the Budget (Party Rank: 24)
  • Committee on Small Business (Party Rank: 5)

Schrader was elected to his coastal Oregon district, which includes the state capital, Salem, in 2008. During his House career, his campaign has raised $3 million, including $555,000 from ideological/single-issue groups, $355,000 from labor, and $245,000 from the health care sector.

David Scott (Ga. 13)

First Elected: 2002
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Agriculture (Party Rank: 7)
  • Committee on Foreign Affairs (Party Rank: 24)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 19)

Scott was elected to his suburban-Atlanta district in 2002. During his House career, his campaign has raised $5.8 million, including $1.3 million from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, $665,000 from the health care sector, and $615,000 from labor.

Joe Sestak (Pa. 7)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Education and Labor (Party Rank: 16)
  • Committee on Small Business (Party Rank: 14)
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 25)

Sestak was first elected to his suburban-Philadelphia district in 2006. During his House career, his campaign has raised $12.7 million, including $4.1 million from ideological/single-issue groups, $1 million from lawyers and lobbyists, and $895,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector. Sestak is currently a candidate for the U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Fla. 20)

First Elected: 2004
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on the Judiciary (Party Rank: 23)
  • Committee on Appropriations (Party Rank: 33)

Wasserman Schultz was first elected to her district, made up of middle-class suburbs snaking northwesterly from Miami, in 2004. During her House career, her campaign has raised $6 million, including $890,000 from labor, $885,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $785,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Vic Snyder (Ark. 2)

First Elected: 1996
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Veterans' Affairs (Party Rank: 3)
  • Committee on Armed Services (Party Rank: 7)

Snyder was first elected to his district, which includes the state capital, Little Rock, in 1996. During his House career, his campaign has raised $4.7 million, including $555,000 from labor, $535,000 from the health care sector, and $440,000 from lawyers and lobbyists.

Charlie Wilson (Ohio 6)

First Elected: 2006
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Science and Technology (Party Rank: 23)
  • Committee on Financial Services (Party Rank: 27)

Wilson was first elected to his eastern Ohio Appalachian district in 2006. During his House career, his campaign has raised $3.4 million, including $505,000 from labor, $450,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $270,000 from ideological/single-issue groups.

David Wu (Ore. 1)

First Elected: 1998
Open Secrets Data

Committee Assignments:
  • Committee on Education and Labor (Party Rank: 11)
  • Committee on Science and Technology (Party Rank: 5)

Wu was first elected to his district, which lies in Portland’s western suburbs, in 1998. During his House career, his campaign has raised $12.4 million, including $1.3 million from labor, $980,000 from the finance, insurance and real estate sector, and $860,000 from ideological/single-issue groups.

and OpenSecrets.org