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America Decides 2004 Jewish Legislators in the 109th Congress

The following is a list of Jewish lawmakers who will serve in the 109th Congress. The number of Jews in the Senate will remain at 11; the number in the House of Representatives will hold steady at 26, with two new faces.

New members of Congress are in bold; senators who weren’t up for re-election are italicized.

U.S. Senate

Barbara Boxer

Norm Coleman

Russell Feingold

Dianne Feinstein

Herb Kohl

Frank Lautenberg

Joseph Lieberman

Carl Levin

Charles Schumer

Arlen Specter

Ron Wyden

Democrat

Republican

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Republican

Democrat

Calif.

Minn.

Wis.

Calif.

Wis.

N.J.

Conn.

Mich.

N.Y.

Pa.

Ore.

U.S. House of Representatives

Gary Ackerman

Shelley Berkley

Howard Berman

Eric Cantor

Benjamin Cardin

Susan Davis

Rahm Emanuel

Eliot Engel

Bob Filner

Barney Frank

Jane Harman

Steve Israel

Tom Lantos

Sander Levin

Nita Lowey

Jerrold Nadler

Steven Rothman

Bernard Sanders

Jan Schakowsky

Adam Schiff

Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Allyson Schwartz

Brad Sherman

Henry Waxman

Anthony Weiner

Robert Wexler

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Republican

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Independent

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

Democrat

N.Y.

Nev.

Calif.

Va.

Md.

Calif.

Ill.

N.Y.

Calif.

Mass.

Calif.

N.Y.

Calif.Mich.

N.Y.

N.Y.

N.J.

Vt.

Ill.

Calif.

Fla.

Pa.

Calif.

Calif.

N.Y.

Fla.

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