• February 5, 2023

Here’s who is leaving or has left Congress

 Here’s who is leaving or has left Congress

Washington Examiner

The 117th Congress was elected on Nov. 3, 2020, and took office on Jan. 3, 2021. Here are the House and Senate members who have announced their retirements, are leaving for other reasons, or already no longer in Congress.

ANN KIRKPATRICK, A RARE THREE-TIMER IN THE HOUSE, WON’T SEEK REELECTION

Senate Retiring First Elected
Republican Sen. Roy Blunt (Missouri) 2010
Republican Sen. Richard Burr (North Carolina) 2004
Republican Sen. Rob Portman (Ohio) 2010
Republican Sen. Richard Shelby (Alabama) 1986
Republican Sen. Pat Toomey (Pennsylvania) 2010
Senate Resigned
Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris (California) 2016
Senate Defeated
Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler (Georgia) Appointed in January 2020
House Retiring First Elected
Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (Arizona) 2018
House Resigned First Elected
Democratic Rep. Marcia Fudge (Ohio) November 2008 special election
Democratic Rep. Cedric Richmond (Louisiana) 2010
Died First Elected
Republican Rep.-elect Luke Letlow (Louisiana) 2020
Republican Rep. Ron Wright (Texas) 2018

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