Famous House Members

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This representative (VA) is Majority Leader (2010-present) and the only Jewish Republican in Congress.
This representative (PA) was the leader of the Radical Republicans throughout the U.S. Civil War and into Reconstruction.
He was only one of two former Presidents to enter Congress after the Presidency. He was also known for his bitter rivalry with Andrew Jackson.
Known for her controversial comments regarding race and racism, this Congresswoman (CA) was recently cleared of ethics charges.
He (IL) was the longest serving Republican speaker in the history of the House, having served from 1999-2007.
This member (TX) is known for his libertarian policy stances and outspoken criticism of the Federal Reserve.
Speaker of the House (2010-present).
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She (CA) was the first Female Speaker of the House.
In the 1980s, this representative (PA) barely escaped being indicted by testifying against some of his colleagues after he became involved in the 'Abscam' scandal.
Speaker (GA) who presided over a government shutdown and passed the first balanced budget since 1969.
Known as 'fighting Bob' this progressive warrior, Senator, and one-time presidential candidate from Wisconsin lost his House seat after he drafted the unpopular McKinley Tariff.
This House member (OH) was expelled from the House in 2002 after he was convicted of taking bribes, racketeering, and tax fraud.
He was a part of the Texas House Delegation and Majority Leader (03-05) until he resigned following a scandal involving money laundering.
This former House member (CA) and former President became famous for his relentless pursuit of Alger Hiss.

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