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House and Senate Armed Services Conferees

Tuesday, May 1, 2001

House and Senate Armed Services Conferees

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Senate

Republicans

John Warner (Virginia) [email protected]
Strom Thurmond (South Carolina) [email protected]
John McCain (Arizona) [email protected]
Bob Smith (New Hampshire) [email protected]
Rick Santorum (Pennsylvania) [email protected]
Tim Hitchinson (Arkansas) [email protected]
Wayne Allard (Colorado) [email protected]
Jim Bunning (Kentucky) [email protected]
Susan Collins (Maine) [email protected]
Jeff Sessions (Alabama) [email protected]
Pat Roberts (Kansas) [email protected]

Democrats

Carl Levin (Michigan) [email protected]
Edward Kennedy (Massachusettes) [email protected]
Joseph Lieberman (Connecticut) [email protected]
Max Cleland (Georgia) [email protected]
Mary Landrieu (Louisiana) [email protected]
Jack Reed (Rhode Island) [email protected]
Ben Nelson (Nebraska) [email protected]
Bill Nelson (Florida) [email protected]
Jean Carnahan (Missouri) [email protected]
Jeff Bingaman (New Mexico) [email protected]
Mark Dayton (Minnesota) [email protected]

House

Republicans

Bob Stump (Arizona) [email protected]
Duncan Hunter (California) [email protected]
James Hansen (Utah) [email protected]
Curt Weldon (Pennsylvania) [email protected]
Joel Heffley (Colorado) [email protected]
Jim Saxton (New Jersey) [email protected]
John McHugh (New York) [email protected]
Terry Everett (Alabama) [email protected]
Roscoe Bartlett (Maryland) [email protected]
Buck McKeon (California) [email protected]
J.C. Watts (Oklahoma) [email protected]
Mac Thornberry (Texas) [email protected]
John Hostetler (Indiana) [email protected]
Saxby Chambliss (Georgia) [email protected]

Democrats

Ike Skelton (Missouri) [email protected]
John Spratt (South Carolina) [email protected]
Solomon Ortiz (Texas) [email protected]
Lane Evans (Illinois) [email protected]
Gene Taylor (Mississippi) [email protected]
Marty Meehan (Massachusettes) [email protected]
Bob Underwood (Guam) [email protected]
Tom Allen (Maine) [email protected]
Vic Snyder (Arkansas) [email protected]
Neil Abercrombie (Hawaii) [email protected]

 

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