The 118th United States Congress began on January 3, 2023. There were seven new senators (two Democrats, five Republicans) and 74 new representatives (34 Democrats, 40 Republicans), as well as one new delegate (a Republican), at the start of its first session. Additionally, one senator (a Republican) and one representative (a Democrat) have taken office in order to fill vacancies during the 118th Congress.

Due to redistricting after the 2020 census, 18 representatives were elected from newly established congressional districts.

The president of the House Democratic freshman class is Robert Garcia of California, while the president of the House Republican freshman class is Russell Fry of South Carolina. Additionally, the Democratic Freshmen Leadership Representative is Jasmine Crockett of Texas, and the Republican's freshmen liaison is Erin Houchin of Indiana.[1]

Senate

Took office January 3, 2023

State Image Senator Seniority Switched party Prior background Birth year Ref
Alabama
Katie Britt.jpg
Katie Britt (R) 7th
(100th overall)
No
Open seat; replaced Richard Shelby (R)
CEO of the Business Council of Alabama
Chief of staff to Senator Richard Shelby
1982 [2]
Missouri
Eric Schmitt official photo.jpg
Eric Schmitt (R) 6th
(99th overall)
No
Open seat; replaced Roy Blunt (R)
Missouri Attorney General
State Treasurer of Missouri
Missouri Senate
1975 [3]
North Carolina
Senator Ted Budd official portrait (cropped).jpg
Ted Budd (R) 3rd
(96th overall)
No
Open seat; replaced Richard Burr (R)
U.S. House of Representatives[a] 1971 [4]
Ohio
Senator Vance official portrait. 118th Congress.jpg
J. D. Vance (R) 5th
(98th overall)
No
Open seat; replaced Rob Portman (R)
Venture capitalist
U.S. Marine Corps Corporal
1984 [5]
Oklahoma
Markwayne Mullin official Senate photo.jpg
Markwayne Mullin (R) 2nd
(95th overall)
No
Open seat; replaced Jim Inhofe (R)
U.S. House of Representatives[b] 1977 [6]
Pennsylvania
John Fetterman official portrait.jpg
John Fetterman (D) 4th
(97th overall)
Yes
Open seat; replaced Pat Toomey (R)
Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania
Mayor of Braddock
1969 [7]
Vermont
Peter Welch official Senate photo.jpg
Peter Welch (D) 1st
(94th overall)
No
Open seat; replaced Patrick Leahy (D)
U.S. House of Representatives[c]
President pro tempore of the Vermont Senate
1947 [8]

Took office during the 118th Congress

State Image Senator Took office Switched party Prior background Birth year Ref
Nebraska
Sen. Pete Ricketts official portrait, 118th Congress.jpg
Pete Ricketts (R) January 23, 2023 No
Appointed; replaced Ben Sasse (R)
Governor of Nebraska 1964 [9]

House of Representatives

Took office January 3, 2023

District Image Representative Switched party Prior background Birth year Ref
Alabama 5
Dale Strong official House portrait (cropped).jpg
Dale Strong (R) No
Open seat; replaced Mo Brooks (R)
Chair of the Madison County Commission 1970 [10]
Arizona 2
Rep. Eli Crane official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Eli Crane (R) Yes
Defeated Tom O'Halleran (D)
U.S. Navy SEAL 1980 [11]
Arizona 6
Rep. Juan Ciscomani official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Juan Ciscomani (R) Yes
Open seat; replaced Ann Kirkpatrick (D)
Vice Chair of the Arizona-Mexico Commission
Senior advisor to Governor Doug Ducey
1982 [12]
California 3
Rep. Kevin Kiley official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Kevin Kiley (R) New seat California State Assembly 1985 [13]
California 13
Rep. John Duarte official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
John Duarte (R) New seat Nurseryman 1966 [14]
California 15
Rep. Kevin Mullin official portrait, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Kevin Mullin (D) No
Open seat; replaced Jackie Speier (D)
Speaker pro tempore of the California State Assembly 1970 [15]
California 37
Rep. Sydney Kamlager - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Sydney Kamlager-Dove (D) No
Open seat; replaced Karen Bass (D)
California State Senate
California State Assembly
1972 [16]
California 42
Rep. Robert Garcia - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Robert Garcia (D) No
Open seat; replaced Lucille Roybal-Allard (D)
Mayor of Long Beach
Long Beach City Council
1977 [17]
Colorado 7
Rep. Brittany Pettersen 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Brittany Pettersen (D) No
Open seat; replaced Ed Perlmutter (D)
Colorado Senate
Colorado House of Representatives
1981 [18]
Colorado 8
Rep. Yadira Caraveo - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Yadira Caraveo (D) New seat Colorado House of Representatives 1980 [19]
Florida 4
Rep. Aaron Bean official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Aaron Bean (R) New seat President pro tempore of the Florida Senate
Florida House of Representatives
1967 [20]
Florida 7
Representative Cory Mills Cropped Portrait (cropped).jpg
Cory Mills (R) Yes
Open seat; replaced Stephanie Murphy (D)
Defense Business Board
U.S. Army
1980 [21]
Florida 10
Rep. Maxwell Frost - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Maxwell Frost (D) No
Open seat; replaced Val Demings (D)
Activist 1997 [22]
Florida 13
Anna Paulina Luna (cropped).jpg
Anna Paulina Luna (R) Yes
Open seat; replaced Charlie Crist (D)
Political commentator
U.S. Air Force
1989 [23]
Florida 15
Rep. Laurel Lee official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Laurel Lee (R) New seat Secretary of State of Florida 1974 [24]
Florida 23
Rep. Jared Moskowitz - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Jared Moskowitz (D) No
Open seat; replaced Ted Deutch (D)
Broward County Commission
Florida Director of Emergency Management
Florida House of Representatives
1980 [25]
Georgia 6
Rep. Rich McCormick official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Rich McCormick (R) New seat Emergency physician
U.S. Navy Commander
1968 [26]
Georgia 10
Rep. Mike Collins official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Mike Collins (R) No
Open seat; replaced Jody Hice (R)
Businessman 1967 [27]
Hawaii 2
Rep. Jill Tokuda official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Jill Tokuda (D) No
Open seat; replaced Kai Kahele (D)
Hawaii Senate 1976 [28]
Illinois 1
Rep. Jonathan Jackson official portrait, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Jonathan Jackson (D) No
Open seat; replaced Bobby Rush (D)
Businessman
Activist
1966 [29]
Illinois 3
Rep. Delia Ramirez official portrait, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Delia Ramirez (D) New seat Illinois House of Representatives 1983 [30]
Illinois 13
Rep. Nikki Budzinski official portrait, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Nikki Budzinski (D) New seat Chief of staff to OMB Director Shalanda Young 1977 [31]
Illinois 17
Sorensen House Photo (cropped).jpg
Eric Sorensen (D) No
Open seat; replaced Cheri Bustos (D)
Meteorologist 1976 [32]
Indiana 9
Rep. Erin Houchin official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Erin Houchin (R) No
Open seat; replaced Trey Hollingsworth (R)
Indiana Senate 1976 [33]
Iowa 3
Rep. Zach Nunn official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Zach Nunn (R) Yes
Defeated Cindy Axne (D)
Iowa Senate
Iowa House of Representatives
U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel
1979 [34]
Kentucky 3
Rep. Morgan McGarvey - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Morgan McGarvey (D) No
Open seat; replaced John Yarmuth (D)
Minority Leader of the Kentucky Senate 1979 [35]
Maryland 4
Rep. Glenn Ivey official portrait, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Glenn Ivey (D) No
Open seat; replaced Anthony Brown (D)
Prince George's County State's Attorney
Chair of the Maryland Public Service Commission
1961 [36]
Michigan 3
Rep. Hillary Scholten - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Hillary Scholten (D) Yes
Replaced Peter Meijer (R), who lost renomination
Attorney 1982 [37]
Michigan 10
Rep. John James official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
John James (R) New seat Businessman
U.S. Army Captain
1981 [38]
Michigan 13
Rep. Shri Thanedar - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Shri Thanedar (D) New seat Michigan House of Representatives 1955 [39]
Mississippi 4
Rep. Mike Ezell official photo (cropped).jpg
Mike Ezell (R) No
Replaced Steven Palazzo (R), who lost renomination
Jackson County Sheriff 1959 [40]
Missouri 4
Rep. Mark Alford official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Mark Alford (R) No
Open seat; replaced Vicky Hartzler (R)
Television news journalist 1963 [41]
Missouri 7
Rep. Eric Burlison - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Eric Burlison (R) No
Open seat; replaced Billy Long (R)
Missouri Senate
Missouri House of Representatives
1976 [42]
Montana 1
Rep. Ryan Zinke official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Ryan Zinke (R) New seat U.S. Secretary of the Interior
U.S. House of Representatives[d]
Montana Senate
U.S. Navy SEAL Team Six
1961 [43]
New Jersey 7
Rep. Tom Kean official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Thomas Kean Jr. (R) Yes
Defeated Tom Malinowski (D)
Minority Leader of the New Jersey Senate
New Jersey General Assembly
1968 [44]
New Jersey 8
Rep. Rob Menendez Jr. - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Rob Menendez (D) No
Open seat; replaced Albio Sires (D)
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey 1985 [45]
New Mexico 2
Rep Gabriel Vasquez Official Portrait (cropped).jpg
Gabe Vasquez (D) Yes
Defeated Yvette Herrell (R)
Las Cruces City Council 1984 [46]
New York 1
Nick lalota portrait (cropped).jpg
Nick LaLota (R) No
Open seat; replaced Lee Zeldin (R)
Businessman 1978 [47]
New York 3
Rep. George Santos Official Portrait (cropped).jpg
George Santos (R) Yes
Open seat; replaced Thomas Suozzi (D)
Unknown 1988 [48]
New York 4
Adesposito (cropped).jpg
Anthony D'Esposito (R) Yes
Open seat; replaced Kathleen Rice (D)
Hempstead Town Council 1982 [49]
New York 10
Daniel Goldman Portrait (cropped).jpg
Dan Goldman (D) No
Replaced Mondaire Jones (D), who lost renomination
Attorney 1976 [50]
New York 17
Rep. Mike Lawler official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Mike Lawler (R) Yes
Defeated Sean Patrick Maloney (D)
New York State Assembly 1986 [51]
New York 19
Rep. Marc Molinaro official photo (cropped).jpg
Marc Molinaro (R) New seat Dutchess County Executive
New York State Assembly
Dutchess County Legislature
Mayor of Tivoli
1975 [52]
New York 22
Rep. Brandon Williams official photo (cropped).jpg
Brandon Williams (R) No
Open seat; replaced John Katko (R)
Businessman
U.S. Navy Lieutenant
1967 [53]
New York 23
Nick langworthy portrait (cropped).jpg
Nick Langworthy (R) No
Open seat; replaced Joe Sempolinski (R)
Chair of the New York Republican State Committee
Chair of the Erie County Republican Party
1981 [54]
North Carolina 1
Portrait of Congressman Don Davis (cropped).jpg
Don Davis (D) No
Open seat; replaced G. K. Butterfield (D)
North Carolina Senate
Mayor of Snow Hill
U.S. Air Force
1971 [55]
North Carolina 4
U.S. Rep. Valerie Foushee - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Valerie Foushee (D) No
Open seat; replaced David Price (D)
North Carolina Senate
North Carolina House of Representatives
1956 [56]
North Carolina 11
Rep. Chuck Edwards official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Chuck Edwards (R) No
Replaced Madison Cawthorn (R), who lost renomination
North Carolina Senate 1960 [57]
North Carolina 13
Rep. Wiley Nickel, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Wiley Nickel (D) New seat North Carolina Senate 1975 [58]
North Carolina 14
Rep. Jeff Jackson - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Jeff Jackson (D) New seat North Carolina Senate
U.S. Army Major
1982 [59]
Ohio 1
Greg Landsman Official Portrait 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Greg Landsman (D) Yes
Defeated Steve Chabot (R)
Cincinnati City Council 1976 [60]
Ohio 7
Rep. Max Miller official photo, 118th Congress (cropped) 3.jpg
Max Miller (R) No
Open seat; replaced Bob Gibbs (R)
Aide to President Donald Trump
U.S. Marine Corps Corporal
1988 [61]
Ohio 13
Rep. Emilia Sykes - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Emilia Sykes (D) No
Open seat; replaced Tim Ryan (D)
Minority Leader of the Ohio House of Representatives 1986 [62]
Oklahoma 2
Rep. Josh Brecheen official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Josh Brecheen (R) No
Open seat; replaced Markwayne Mullin (R)
Oklahoma Senate 1979 [63]
Oregon 4
Rep. Val Hoyle - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Val Hoyle (D) No
Open seat; replaced Peter DeFazio (D)
Oregon Commissioner of Labor
Majority Leader of the Oregon House of Representatives
1964 [64]
Oregon 5
Rep. Lori Chavez-DeRemer official photo (cropped).jpg
Lori Chavez-DeRemer (R) Yes
Replaced Kurt Schrader (D), who lost renomination
Mayor of Happy Valley 1968 [65]
Oregon 6
Andrea Salinas, Official Portrait, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Andrea Salinas (D) New seat Oregon House of Representatives 1969 [66]
Pennsylvania 12
Rep. Summer Lee - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Summer Lee (D) No
Open seat; replaced Mike Doyle (D)
Pennsylvania House of Representatives 1987 [67]
Pennsylvania 17
Rep. Chris Deluzio - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Chris Deluzio (D) No
Open seat; replaced Conor Lamb (D)
Attorney
U.S. Navy Lieutenant
1984 [68]
Rhode Island 2
Seth Magaziner (cropped).jpg
Seth Magaziner (D) No
Open seat; replaced James Langevin (D)
General Treasurer of Rhode Island 1983 [69]
South Carolina 7
Rep Russell Fry Offficial Portrait (cropped).jpg
Russell Fry (R) No
Replaced Tom Rice (R), who lost renomination
South Carolina House of Representatives 1985 [70]
Tennessee 5
Congressman Andy Ogles 2022 (cropped).jpg
Andy Ogles (R) Yes
Open seat; replaced Jim Cooper (D)
Mayor of Maury County 1971 [71]
Texas 1
Rep. Nathaniel Moran official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Nathaniel Moran (R) No
Open seat; replaced Louie Gohmert (R)
Smith County Judge
Tyler City Council
1974 [72]
Texas 3
Rep. Keith Self official photo, 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Keith Self (R) No
Open seat; replaced Van Taylor (R)
Collin County Judge
U.S. Army Special Forces
1953 [73]
Texas 8
Rep. Morgan Luttrell official photo (cropped).jpg
Morgan Luttrell (R) No
Open seat; replaced Kevin Brady (R)
Businessman
U.S. Navy SEAL
1975 [74]
Texas 15
Rep. Monica De La Cruz - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Monica De La Cruz (R) New seat Insurance agent 1974 [75]
Texas 30
Congresswoman Jasmine Crockett - 118th Congress (cropped).png
Jasmine Crockett (D) No
Open seat; replaced Eddie Bernice Johnson (D)
Texas House of Representatives
Bowie County Public Defender
1981 [76]
Texas 35
Rep. Greg Casar - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Greg Casar (D) New seat Austin City Council 1989 [77]
Texas 38
Rep. Wesley Hunt official photo (cropped).jpg
Wesley Hunt (R) New seat U.S. Army 1981 [78]
Vermont at-large
Rep. Becca Balint - 118th Congress (Cropped).jpg
Becca Balint (D) No
Open seat; replaced Peter Welch (D)
President pro tempore of the Vermont Senate 1968 [79]
Virginia 2
Rep. Jen Kiggans official photo (cropped).jpg
Jen Kiggans (R) Yes
Defeated Elaine Luria (D)
Virginia Senate
U.S. Navy
1971 [80]
Washington 3
Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez - 118th Congress (cropped).jpg
Marie Gluesenkamp Perez (D) Yes
Replaced Jaime Herrera Beutler (R), who lost renomination
Business owner 1988 [81]
Wisconsin 3
Congressman dvo (cropped).jpg
Derrick Van Orden (R) Yes
Open seat; replaced Ron Kind (D)
U.S. Navy SEAL 1969 [82]
Wyoming at-large
Official-harriet-hageman-wy00 (cropped).jpg
Harriet Hageman (R) No
Replaced Liz Cheney (R), who lost renomination
Attorney 1962 [83]

Non-voting delegates

District Image Delegate Switched party Prior background Birth year Ref
Guam at-large
James Moylan official photo (cropped).jpg
James Moylan (R) Yes
Open seat; replaced Michael San Nicolas (D)
Legislature of Guam
U.S. Army
1962 [84]

Took office during the 118th Congress

District Image Representative Took office Switched party Prior background Birth year Ref
Virginia 4
Rep. Jennifer McClellan - 118th Congress.jpg
Jennifer McClellan (D) March 7, 2023 No
Succeeded Donald McEachin (D)
Virginia Senate
Virginia House of Delegates
1972 [85]
Rhode Island 1
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TBD TBD TBD
Succeeding David Cicilline (D)
TBD TBD [86]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Elected to the 115th Congress, serving from 2017 to 2023 in North Carolina's 13th district.
  2. ^ Elected to the 113th Congress, serving from 2013 to 2023 in Oklahoma's 2nd district.
  3. ^ Elected to the 110th Congress, serving from 2007 to 2023 in Vermont's at-large district.
  4. ^ Previously elected to the 114th Congress, serving from 2015 to 2017 in Montana's at-large district.

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