The Socialists In Congress – Vote Them Out In 2022

The Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) is a congressional caucus affiliated with the Democratic Party in the United States Congress. The CPC represents the most liberal faction of the Democratic Party. It was founded in 1991 and has generally grown since then.

All members are Democrats or caucus with the Democratic Party. In the 117th Congress, there are 96 declared Progressives, including 94 voting Representatives, one non-voting member, and one Senator.
Senate members
Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont)

House members
Arizona
Raúl Grijalva (AZ-3, Tucson)
Ruben Gallego (AZ-7, Phoenix)

California
Jared Huffman (CA-2, San Rafael)
Mark DeSaulnier (CA-11, Concord)
Barbara Lee (CA-13, Oakland)
Ro Khanna (CA-17, Fremont)
Zoe Lofgren (CA-19, San Jose)
Jimmy Panetta (CA-20, Carmel Valley)
Judy Chu (CA-27, El Monte)
Brad Sherman (CA-30, Sherman Oaks)
Grace Napolitano (CA-32, Norwalk)
Ted Lieu (CA-33, Los Angeles)
Jimmy Gomez (CA-34, Los Angeles)
Karen Bass (CA-37, Baldwin Hills)
Linda Sanchez (CA-38, Lakewood)
Mark Takano (CA-41, Riverside)
Maxine Waters (CA-43, Inglewood)
Nanette Barragán (CA-44, San Pedro)
Katie Porter (CA-45, Irvine)
Alan Lowenthal (CA-47, Long Beach)
Mike Levin (CA-49, San Juan Capistrano)
Juan Vargas (CA-51, San Diego)
Sara Jacobs (CA-53, Bankers Hill)

Colorado
Diana DeGette (CO-1, Denver)
Joe Neguse (CO-2, Boulder)

Connecticut
Rosa DeLauro (CT-3, New Haven)

Delaware
Lisa Blunt Rochester (DE at-large)

Florida
Darren Soto (FL-9, Orlando)
Lois Frankel (FL-21, West Palm Beach)
Frederica Wilson (FL-24, North Miami)

Georgia
Hank Johnson (GA-4, Lithonia)
Nikema Williams (GA-5, Atlanta)

Hawaii
Kai Kahele (HI-2, Honolulu)

Illinois
Marie Newman (IL-3, Western Springs)
Chuy Garcia (IL-4, Chicago)
Jan Schakowsky (IL-9, Chicago)

Indiana
André Carson (IN-7, Indianapolis)

Kentucky
John Yarmuth (KY-3, Louisville)

Maine
Chellie Pingree (ME-1, North Haven)

Maryland
Jamie Raskin (MD-8, Takoma Park)

Massachusetts
Jim McGovern (MA-2, Worcester)
Lori Trahan (MA-3, Westford)
Katherine Clark (MA-5, Melrose)
Ayanna Pressley (MA-7, Dorchester)

Michigan
Dan Kildee (MI-5, Flint Township)
Andy Levin (MI-9, Bloomfield Township)
Debbie Dingell (MI-12, Dearborn)
Rashida Tlaib (MI-13, Detroit)
Brenda Lawrence (MI-14, Southfield)

Minnesota
Ilhan Omar (MN-5, Minneapolis)

Missouri
Cori Bush (MO-1, St. Louis)

Nevada
Steven Horsford (NV-4, Las Vegas)

New Jersey
Donald Norcross (NJ-1, Camden)
Andy Kim (NJ-3, Bordentown)
Frank Pallone (NJ-6, Long Branch)
Bonnie Watson Coleman (NJ-12, Trenton)

New Mexico
Melanie Stansbury (NM-1, Albuquerque)
Teresa Leger Fernandez (NM-3, Santa Fe)

New York
Grace Meng (NY-6, Queens)
Nydia Velázquez (NY-7, Brooklyn)
Hakeem Jeffries (NY-8, Brooklyn)
Yvette Clarke (NY-9, Brooklyn)
Jerrold Nadler (NY-10, Manhattan)
Carolyn Maloney (NY-12, Manhattan)
Adriano Espaillat (NY-13, Manhattan)
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY-14, Bronx)
Ritchie Torres (NY-15, Bronx)
Jamaal Bowman (NY-16, Bronx)
Mondaire Jones (NY-17, Harrison)
Joe Morelle (NY-25, Rochester)

North Carolina
Alma Adams (NC-12, Charlotte)

Oregon
Suzanne Bonamici (OR-1, Beaverton)
Earl Blumenauer (OR-3, Portland)
Peter DeFazio (OR-4, Springfield)

Pennsylvania
Brendan Boyle (PA-2, Philadelphia)
Dwight Evans (PA-3, Philadelphia)
Madeleine Dean (PA-4, Abington Township)
Mary Gay Scanlon (PA-5, Swarthmore)
Matt Cartwright (PA-8, Scranton)

Rhode Island
David Cicilline (RI-1, Providence)

Tennessee
Steve Cohen (TN-9, Memphis)

Texas
Veronica Escobar (TX-16, El Paso)
Sheila Jackson Lee (TX-18, Houston)
Sylvia Garcia (TX-29, Houston)
Eddie Bernice Johnson (TX-30, Dallas)
Lloyd Doggett (TX-35, Austin)

Vermont
Peter Welch (VT at-Large)

Virginia
Don Beyer (VA-8, Alexandria)

Washington
Pramila Jayapal (WA-7, Seattle) (Chair)
Adam Smith (WA-9, Bellevue)

Wisconsin
Mark Pocan (WI-2, Madison)
Gwen Moore (WI-4, Milwaukee)

Non-voting
Eleanor Holmes Norton (District of Columbia)

(Wikipedia)

2 thoughts on “The Socialists In Congress – Vote Them Out In 2022”

  1. The trouble with admitted Democrat socialist is they only let it out if they are in safe districts. Swing districts they tend to say one thing and vote another … less nuanced people would say they lie …

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