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House and Senate Caucuses

House and senate caucuses

The following is a compilation of the most active caucuses in the House and Senate. A general staff contact is listed along with the phone number as well as a Web address when available. The area code for all phone numbers is (202). This information is current as of April 20, 2018.

House Caucuses

  • 115th Class Caucus, Joseph Knowles, 226-0029; Chris Fisher, 225-5961
  • Agriculture and Rural America Task Force, Natalie Hales, 225-3715
  • Americans Abroad Caucus, Max Whitcomb, 225-1491; Web, www.americansabroad.org/americans-abroad-caucus
  • American Sikh Congressional Caucus, Quin Roberts, 225-2011
  • Bipartisan Congressional Pro-Life Caucus, Megan McCrum, 225-7669
  • Bipartisan Congressional Task Force to Combat Identity Theft and Fraud, Jacob Olson, 225-5476; Web, https://idtaskforce-young.house.gov
  • Bipartisan Disabilities Caucus, Elyssa Malin, 225-2735; Web, http://disabilitiescaucus.langevin.house.gov
  • Bipartisan Heroin Task Force, Kevin Diamond, 225-5206
  • Bipartisan Historically Black Colleges ...
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