Republican Members of House SS&T Committee for Next Congress Named
Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX), the incoming chairman of the House Science, Space and Technology Committee, announced today the names of the other Republicans who will serve as members of that committee in the 113th Congress, which begins next month.
According to Smith's press release, current committee chairman Rep. Ralph Hall (TX) will be second in seniority to Smith. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (WI) and Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (CA), both of whom unsuccessfully sought the chairmanship, are third and fourth in line respectively.
The other Republican members in order of seniority are:
Rep. Frank D. Lucas, Oklahoma
Rep. Randy Neugebauer, Texas
Rep. Michael McCaul, Texas
Rep. Paul Broun, Georgia
Rep. Scott Rigell, Virginia
Rep. Steven Palazzo, Mississippi
Rep. Mo Brooks, Alabama
Rep. Andy Harris, Maryland
Rep. Larry Bucshon, Indiana
Rep. Cynthia Lummis, Wyoming
Rep. Bill Posey, Florida
Rep. David Schweikert, Arizona
Rep. Steve Stockman, Texas
Rep. Thomas Massie, Kentucky
Rep. Jim Bridenstine, Oklahoma
Rep. Kevin Cramer, North Dakota
Rep. Chris Stewart, Utah
Rep. Randy Weber, Texas
Subcommittee assignments were not announced.
Democratic committee members also have not yet been identified.
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