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Christie's Collection of Anthony Hail and Charles Posey Nets Over $1.9M

Christie's Collection of Anthony Hail and Charles Posey Nets Over $1.9M


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Christie’s auction titled Arbiters of Style: The Collection of Anthony Hail and Charles Posey took place in New York City on October 8, 2013. The event, which included more than 230 lots, realized $1,927,875 — with 99 percent sold by lot and 99 percent by value.

“Anthony Hail and Charles Posey were advocates of designing a home to look as though it was done over time, with objects of superb quality, craftsmanship and provenance, which spanned across styles and time periods,” said Katherine Brambilla, specialist, private and iconic collections of Christie’s.

Highlights of the auction included Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin's Street View From a Roof (ink on paper), with a pre-auction estimated selling price between $15,000 and $25,000. This piece sold for more than 1,100 percent than pre-auction estimates, going at $239,000, setting a world record for the artist for a work on paper. Additionally, Petrov-Vodkin’s Man Gazing Out of a window (wash and ink on paper) sold at $185,000, exceeding its pre-auction estimated sales price of $15,000 to $25,000 by 825 percent.

Paolo Porpora's (Naples 1617-1670/80 Rome or Naples) Hares, A Tortoise, A Crocodile, Frogs, Quails, A Hedgehog, Butterflies, Dragonflies and Parakeets By a Pool, With Flowers, Strawberries and a River in the Distance (oil canvas) sold for $149,000. It had a pre-auction estimated sales price pegged between $80,000 and $120,000. David Hockney’s Gregory, Arizona Biltmore (ink on paper),which was drawn in 1976, sold for $85,000. A pair of Danish silvered, gilt wood and polychrome mirrors, circa 1740, fetched $68,750. A Dutch ebony and ebonized silver-gilt striking “haagse” clock by Johannes Van Ceulen, The Hague (circa 1695), tapped out at $43,750.

“The success of this collection is very much a testament to the value of their philosophy. The sale witnessed competitive bidding from both private individuals and the design community, demonstrating the significant appetite within the international marketplace for instances of exceptional design. We were particularly pleased with the results of Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin’s Street View From a Roof, which realized $239,000,” said Ms. Brambilla.


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So, to put things in a proper perspective here's a limited list of who some of those lucky folks are:

President Barack Obama

Vice President of the United States
Joseph R. Biden

Department of State
Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton
http://www.state.gov

Department of the Treasury
Secretary Timothy F. Geithner
http://www.treasury.gov

Department of Defense
Secretary Robert M. Gates
http://www.defenselink.mil

Department of Justice
Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.
http://www.usdoj.gov

Department of the Interior
Secretary Kenneth L. Salazar
http://www.doi.gov

Department of Agriculture
Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack
http://www.usda.gov

Department of Commerce
Secretary Gary F. Locke
http://www.commerce.gov

Department of Labor
Secretary Hilda L. Solis
http://www.dol.gov

Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
http://www.hhs.gov

Department of Housing and Urban Development
Secretary Shaun L.S. Donovan
http://www.hud.gov

Department of Transportation
Secretary Ray LaHood
http://www.dot.gov

Department of Energy
Secretary Steven Chu
http://www.energy.gov

Department of Education
Secretary Arne Duncan
http://www.ed.gov

Department of Veterans Affairs
Secretary Eric K. Shinseki
http://www.va.gov

Department of Homeland Security
Secretary Janet A. Napolitano
http://www.dhs.gov

The following positions have the status of Cabinet-rank:

White House Chief of Staff
Rahm I. Emanuel

Environmental Protection Agency
Administrator Lisa P. Jackson
http://www.epa.gov

Office of Management & Budget
Jeffrey Zients, Acting Director
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb

United States Trade Representative
Ambassador Ronald Kirk
http://www.ustr.gov

United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Ambassador Susan Rice
http://www.usunnewyork.usmission.gov/

Council of Economic Advisers
Chair Christina Romer
http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/cea/
.
111th Congress (Senate)

1 Robert Byrd[6] (D-WV) January 3, 1959
2 Ted Kennedy[7] (D-MA) November 7, 1962
3 Daniel Inouye (D-HI) January 3, 1963
4 Joe Biden[8] (D-DE) January 3, 1973
5 Patrick Leahy (D-VT) January 3, 1975
6 Richard Lugar (R-IN) January 3, 1977 Indiana 11th in population (1970)
7 Orrin Hatch (R-UT) Utah 36th in population (1970)
8 Max Baucus (D-MT) December 15, 1978
9 Thad Cochran (R-MS) December 27, 1978
10 Carl Levin (D-MI) January 3, 1979
11 Chris Dodd (D-CT) January 3, 1981 Former U.S. representative (6 years) Connecticut 24th in population (1970)
12 Chuck Grassley (R-IA) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Iowa 25th in population (1970) 13 Arlen Specter (D-PA)[9]
14 Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) January 3, 1983
15 John Kerry (D-MA) January 2, 1985
16 Tom Harkin (D-IA) January 3, 1985 Former U.S. representative
17 Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
18 Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) January 15, 1985
19 Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) January 3, 1987 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
20 Richard Shelby (R-AL) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
21 John McCain (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Arizona 29th in population (1980)
22 Harry Reid (D-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 43rd in population (1980)
23 Kit Bond (R-MO) Former governor
24 Kent Conrad (D-ND)
25 Herb Kohl (D-WI) January 3, 1989 Wisconsin 16th in population (1980)
26 Joe Lieberman (ID-CT)[10] Connecticut 25th in population (1980)
27 Daniel Akaka (D-HI) May 16, 1990
28 Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) November 10, 1992
29 Byron Dorgan (D-ND) December 15, 1992
30 Barbara Boxer (D-CA) January 3, 1993 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
31 Judd Gregg (R-NH) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
32 Russ Feingold (D-WI) Wisconsin 16th in population (1990)
33 Patty Murray (D-WA) Washington 18th in population (1990)
34 Bob Bennett (R-UT) Utah 35th in population (1990)
35 Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) June 14, 1993
36 Jim Inhofe (R-OK) November 17, 1994
37 Olympia Snowe (R-ME) January 3, 1995 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
38 Jon Kyl (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
39 Ron Wyden (D-OR) February 6, 1996
40 Sam Brownback (R-KS) November 7, 1996
41 Pat Roberts (R-KS) January 3, 1997 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
42 Richard Durbin (D-IL) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
43 Tim Johnson (D-SD) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
44 Jack Reed (D-RI) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
45 Mary Landrieu (D-LA) Louisiana 21st in population (1990)
46 Jeff Sessions (R-AL) Alabama 22nd in population (1990)
47 Susan Collins (R-ME) Maine 38th in population (1990)
48 Mike Enzi (R-WY) Wyoming 50th in population (1990)
49 Chuck Schumer (D-NY) January 3, 1999 Former U.S. representative (18 years)
50 Jim Bunning (R-KY) Former U.S. representative (12 years)
51 Mike Crapo (R-ID) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
52 Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) Former U.S. representative (4 years)
53 George Voinovich (R-OH) Former governor Ohio 7th in population (1990)
54 Evan Bayh (D-IN) Former governor Indiana 15th in population (1990)
55 Bill Nelson (D-FL) January 3, 2001 Former U.S. representative (12 years)
56 Tom Carper (D-DE) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
57 Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Michigan 8th in population (1990)
58 John Ensign (R-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 39th in population (1990) 59 Maria Cantwell (D-WA) Former U.S. representative (2 years)
60 Ben Nelson (D-NE) Former governor
61 Hillary Clinton[11][12] (D-NY)
62 Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) December 20, 2002
63 Frank Lautenberg[13] (D-NJ) January 3, 2003 Previous Senate service
64 Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (8 years) Georgia 10th in population (2000)
65 Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (8 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
66 Lamar Alexander (R-TN) Former Cabinet member
67 John Cornyn[14] (R-TX) Texas 2nd in population (2000)
68 Mark Pryor (D-AR) Arkansas 33nd in population (2000)
69 Richard Burr (R-NC) January 3, 2005 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
70 Jim DeMint (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
71 Tom Coburn (R-OK) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Oklahoma 27th in population (2000)
72 John Thune (R-SD) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Dakota 46th in population (2000)
73 Johnny Isakson (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 10 months)
74 David Vitter (R-LA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 7 months)
75 Mel Martinez[15] (R-FL) Former Cabinet member
76 Ken Salazar[16] (D-CO)
77 Bob Menendez (D-NJ) January 18, 2006
78 Ben Cardin (D-MD) January 3, 2007 Former U.S. representative (20 years)
79 Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Former U.S. representative (16 years)
80 Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
81 Bob Casey, Jr. (D-PA) Pennsylvania 6th in population (2000)
82 Jim Webb[17] (D-VA) Virginia 12th in population (2000)
83 Bob Corker (R-TN) Tennessee 16th in population (2000)
84 Claire McCaskill (D-MO) Missouri 17th in population (2000)
85 Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Minnesota 21st in population (2000)
86 Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) Rhode Island 43rd in population (2000)
87 Jon Tester (D-MT) Montana 44th in population (2000)
88 John Barrasso (R-WY) June 25, 2007
89 Roger Wicker (R-MS) December 31, 2007
90 Mark Udall (D-CO) January 3, 2009 Former U.S. representative (10 years) Colorado 24th in population (2000)
91 Tom Udall (D-NM) Former U.S. representative (10 years) New Mexico 36th in population (2000)
92 Mike Johanns (R-NE) Former Cabinet member
93 Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) Former governor (6 years)
94 Mark Warner (D-VA) Former governor (4 years)
95 Jim Risch (R-ID) Former governor (7 months)
96 Kay Hagan (D-NC) North Carolina 11th in population (2000)
97 Jeff Merkley (D-OR) Oregon 28th in population (2000)
98 Mark Begich (D-AK) Alaska 48th in population (2000)

99 Roland Burris (D-IL) January 12, 2009
Ted Kaufman (D-DE) January 15, 2009
Michael Bennet (D-CO) January 21, 2009
Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) January 26, 2009

100 Al Franken (D-MN) July 7, 2009
George LeMieux (R-FL) September 10, 2009
Paul G. Kirk (D-MA) September 24, 2009
Scott Brown (R-MA) February 4, 2010
Carte Goodwin (D-WV)
.
111th Congress (House of Representatives)


EndrTimes

So, to put things in a proper perspective here's a limited list of who some of those lucky folks are:

President Barack Obama

Vice President of the United States
Joseph R. Biden

Department of State
Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton
http://www.state.gov

Department of the Treasury
Secretary Timothy F. Geithner
http://www.treasury.gov

Department of Defense
Secretary Robert M. Gates
http://www.defenselink.mil

Department of Justice
Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.
http://www.usdoj.gov

Department of the Interior
Secretary Kenneth L. Salazar
http://www.doi.gov

Department of Agriculture
Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack
http://www.usda.gov

Department of Commerce
Secretary Gary F. Locke
http://www.commerce.gov

Department of Labor
Secretary Hilda L. Solis
http://www.dol.gov

Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
http://www.hhs.gov

Department of Housing and Urban Development
Secretary Shaun L.S. Donovan
http://www.hud.gov

Department of Transportation
Secretary Ray LaHood
http://www.dot.gov

Department of Energy
Secretary Steven Chu
http://www.energy.gov

Department of Education
Secretary Arne Duncan
http://www.ed.gov

Department of Veterans Affairs
Secretary Eric K. Shinseki
http://www.va.gov

Department of Homeland Security
Secretary Janet A. Napolitano
http://www.dhs.gov

The following positions have the status of Cabinet-rank:

White House Chief of Staff
Rahm I. Emanuel

Environmental Protection Agency
Administrator Lisa P. Jackson
http://www.epa.gov

Office of Management & Budget
Jeffrey Zients, Acting Director
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb

United States Trade Representative
Ambassador Ronald Kirk
http://www.ustr.gov

United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Ambassador Susan Rice
http://www.usunnewyork.usmission.gov/

Council of Economic Advisers
Chair Christina Romer
http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/cea/
.
111th Congress (Senate)

1 Robert Byrd[6] (D-WV) January 3, 1959
2 Ted Kennedy[7] (D-MA) November 7, 1962
3 Daniel Inouye (D-HI) January 3, 1963
4 Joe Biden[8] (D-DE) January 3, 1973
5 Patrick Leahy (D-VT) January 3, 1975
6 Richard Lugar (R-IN) January 3, 1977 Indiana 11th in population (1970)
7 Orrin Hatch (R-UT) Utah 36th in population (1970)
8 Max Baucus (D-MT) December 15, 1978
9 Thad Cochran (R-MS) December 27, 1978
10 Carl Levin (D-MI) January 3, 1979
11 Chris Dodd (D-CT) January 3, 1981 Former U.S. representative (6 years) Connecticut 24th in population (1970)
12 Chuck Grassley (R-IA) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Iowa 25th in population (1970) 13 Arlen Specter (D-PA)[9]
14 Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) January 3, 1983
15 John Kerry (D-MA) January 2, 1985
16 Tom Harkin (D-IA) January 3, 1985 Former U.S. representative
17 Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
18 Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) January 15, 1985
19 Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) January 3, 1987 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
20 Richard Shelby (R-AL) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
21 John McCain (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Arizona 29th in population (1980)
22 Harry Reid (D-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 43rd in population (1980)
23 Kit Bond (R-MO) Former governor
24 Kent Conrad (D-ND)
25 Herb Kohl (D-WI) January 3, 1989 Wisconsin 16th in population (1980)
26 Joe Lieberman (ID-CT)[10] Connecticut 25th in population (1980)
27 Daniel Akaka (D-HI) May 16, 1990
28 Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) November 10, 1992
29 Byron Dorgan (D-ND) December 15, 1992
30 Barbara Boxer (D-CA) January 3, 1993 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
31 Judd Gregg (R-NH) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
32 Russ Feingold (D-WI) Wisconsin 16th in population (1990)
33 Patty Murray (D-WA) Washington 18th in population (1990)
34 Bob Bennett (R-UT) Utah 35th in population (1990)
35 Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) June 14, 1993
36 Jim Inhofe (R-OK) November 17, 1994
37 Olympia Snowe (R-ME) January 3, 1995 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
38 Jon Kyl (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
39 Ron Wyden (D-OR) February 6, 1996
40 Sam Brownback (R-KS) November 7, 1996
41 Pat Roberts (R-KS) January 3, 1997 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
42 Richard Durbin (D-IL) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
43 Tim Johnson (D-SD) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
44 Jack Reed (D-RI) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
45 Mary Landrieu (D-LA) Louisiana 21st in population (1990)
46 Jeff Sessions (R-AL) Alabama 22nd in population (1990)
47 Susan Collins (R-ME) Maine 38th in population (1990)
48 Mike Enzi (R-WY) Wyoming 50th in population (1990)
49 Chuck Schumer (D-NY) January 3, 1999 Former U.S. representative (18 years)
50 Jim Bunning (R-KY) Former U.S. representative (12 years)
51 Mike Crapo (R-ID) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
52 Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) Former U.S. representative (4 years)
53 George Voinovich (R-OH) Former governor Ohio 7th in population (1990)
54 Evan Bayh (D-IN) Former governor Indiana 15th in population (1990)
55 Bill Nelson (D-FL) January 3, 2001 Former U.S. representative (12 years)
56 Tom Carper (D-DE) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
57 Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Michigan 8th in population (1990)
58 John Ensign (R-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 39th in population (1990) 59 Maria Cantwell (D-WA) Former U.S. representative (2 years)
60 Ben Nelson (D-NE) Former governor
61 Hillary Clinton[11][12] (D-NY)
62 Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) December 20, 2002
63 Frank Lautenberg[13] (D-NJ) January 3, 2003 Previous Senate service
64 Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (8 years) Georgia 10th in population (2000)
65 Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (8 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
66 Lamar Alexander (R-TN) Former Cabinet member
67 John Cornyn[14] (R-TX) Texas 2nd in population (2000)
68 Mark Pryor (D-AR) Arkansas 33nd in population (2000)
69 Richard Burr (R-NC) January 3, 2005 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
70 Jim DeMint (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
71 Tom Coburn (R-OK) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Oklahoma 27th in population (2000)
72 John Thune (R-SD) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Dakota 46th in population (2000)
73 Johnny Isakson (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 10 months)
74 David Vitter (R-LA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 7 months)
75 Mel Martinez[15] (R-FL) Former Cabinet member
76 Ken Salazar[16] (D-CO)
77 Bob Menendez (D-NJ) January 18, 2006
78 Ben Cardin (D-MD) January 3, 2007 Former U.S. representative (20 years)
79 Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Former U.S. representative (16 years)
80 Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
81 Bob Casey, Jr. (D-PA) Pennsylvania 6th in population (2000)
82 Jim Webb[17] (D-VA) Virginia 12th in population (2000)
83 Bob Corker (R-TN) Tennessee 16th in population (2000)
84 Claire McCaskill (D-MO) Missouri 17th in population (2000)
85 Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Minnesota 21st in population (2000)
86 Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) Rhode Island 43rd in population (2000)
87 Jon Tester (D-MT) Montana 44th in population (2000)
88 John Barrasso (R-WY) June 25, 2007
89 Roger Wicker (R-MS) December 31, 2007
90 Mark Udall (D-CO) January 3, 2009 Former U.S. representative (10 years) Colorado 24th in population (2000)
91 Tom Udall (D-NM) Former U.S. representative (10 years) New Mexico 36th in population (2000)
92 Mike Johanns (R-NE) Former Cabinet member
93 Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) Former governor (6 years)
94 Mark Warner (D-VA) Former governor (4 years)
95 Jim Risch (R-ID) Former governor (7 months)
96 Kay Hagan (D-NC) North Carolina 11th in population (2000)
97 Jeff Merkley (D-OR) Oregon 28th in population (2000)
98 Mark Begich (D-AK) Alaska 48th in population (2000)

99 Roland Burris (D-IL) January 12, 2009
Ted Kaufman (D-DE) January 15, 2009
Michael Bennet (D-CO) January 21, 2009
Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) January 26, 2009

100 Al Franken (D-MN) July 7, 2009
George LeMieux (R-FL) September 10, 2009
Paul G. Kirk (D-MA) September 24, 2009
Scott Brown (R-MA) February 4, 2010
Carte Goodwin (D-WV)
.
111th Congress (House of Representatives)


EndrTimes

So, to put things in a proper perspective here's a limited list of who some of those lucky folks are:

President Barack Obama

Vice President of the United States
Joseph R. Biden

Department of State
Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton
http://www.state.gov

Department of the Treasury
Secretary Timothy F. Geithner
http://www.treasury.gov

Department of Defense
Secretary Robert M. Gates
http://www.defenselink.mil

Department of Justice
Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.
http://www.usdoj.gov

Department of the Interior
Secretary Kenneth L. Salazar
http://www.doi.gov

Department of Agriculture
Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack
http://www.usda.gov

Department of Commerce
Secretary Gary F. Locke
http://www.commerce.gov

Department of Labor
Secretary Hilda L. Solis
http://www.dol.gov

Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
http://www.hhs.gov

Department of Housing and Urban Development
Secretary Shaun L.S. Donovan
http://www.hud.gov

Department of Transportation
Secretary Ray LaHood
http://www.dot.gov

Department of Energy
Secretary Steven Chu
http://www.energy.gov

Department of Education
Secretary Arne Duncan
http://www.ed.gov

Department of Veterans Affairs
Secretary Eric K. Shinseki
http://www.va.gov

Department of Homeland Security
Secretary Janet A. Napolitano
http://www.dhs.gov

The following positions have the status of Cabinet-rank:

White House Chief of Staff
Rahm I. Emanuel

Environmental Protection Agency
Administrator Lisa P. Jackson
http://www.epa.gov

Office of Management & Budget
Jeffrey Zients, Acting Director
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb

United States Trade Representative
Ambassador Ronald Kirk
http://www.ustr.gov

United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Ambassador Susan Rice
http://www.usunnewyork.usmission.gov/

Council of Economic Advisers
Chair Christina Romer
http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/cea/
.
111th Congress (Senate)

1 Robert Byrd[6] (D-WV) January 3, 1959
2 Ted Kennedy[7] (D-MA) November 7, 1962
3 Daniel Inouye (D-HI) January 3, 1963
4 Joe Biden[8] (D-DE) January 3, 1973
5 Patrick Leahy (D-VT) January 3, 1975
6 Richard Lugar (R-IN) January 3, 1977 Indiana 11th in population (1970)
7 Orrin Hatch (R-UT) Utah 36th in population (1970)
8 Max Baucus (D-MT) December 15, 1978
9 Thad Cochran (R-MS) December 27, 1978
10 Carl Levin (D-MI) January 3, 1979
11 Chris Dodd (D-CT) January 3, 1981 Former U.S. representative (6 years) Connecticut 24th in population (1970)
12 Chuck Grassley (R-IA) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Iowa 25th in population (1970) 13 Arlen Specter (D-PA)[9]
14 Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) January 3, 1983
15 John Kerry (D-MA) January 2, 1985
16 Tom Harkin (D-IA) January 3, 1985 Former U.S. representative
17 Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
18 Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) January 15, 1985
19 Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) January 3, 1987 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
20 Richard Shelby (R-AL) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
21 John McCain (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Arizona 29th in population (1980)
22 Harry Reid (D-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 43rd in population (1980)
23 Kit Bond (R-MO) Former governor
24 Kent Conrad (D-ND)
25 Herb Kohl (D-WI) January 3, 1989 Wisconsin 16th in population (1980)
26 Joe Lieberman (ID-CT)[10] Connecticut 25th in population (1980)
27 Daniel Akaka (D-HI) May 16, 1990
28 Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) November 10, 1992
29 Byron Dorgan (D-ND) December 15, 1992
30 Barbara Boxer (D-CA) January 3, 1993 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
31 Judd Gregg (R-NH) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
32 Russ Feingold (D-WI) Wisconsin 16th in population (1990)
33 Patty Murray (D-WA) Washington 18th in population (1990)
34 Bob Bennett (R-UT) Utah 35th in population (1990)
35 Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) June 14, 1993
36 Jim Inhofe (R-OK) November 17, 1994
37 Olympia Snowe (R-ME) January 3, 1995 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
38 Jon Kyl (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
39 Ron Wyden (D-OR) February 6, 1996
40 Sam Brownback (R-KS) November 7, 1996
41 Pat Roberts (R-KS) January 3, 1997 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
42 Richard Durbin (D-IL) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
43 Tim Johnson (D-SD) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
44 Jack Reed (D-RI) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
45 Mary Landrieu (D-LA) Louisiana 21st in population (1990)
46 Jeff Sessions (R-AL) Alabama 22nd in population (1990)
47 Susan Collins (R-ME) Maine 38th in population (1990)
48 Mike Enzi (R-WY) Wyoming 50th in population (1990)
49 Chuck Schumer (D-NY) January 3, 1999 Former U.S. representative (18 years)
50 Jim Bunning (R-KY) Former U.S. representative (12 years)
51 Mike Crapo (R-ID) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
52 Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) Former U.S. representative (4 years)
53 George Voinovich (R-OH) Former governor Ohio 7th in population (1990)
54 Evan Bayh (D-IN) Former governor Indiana 15th in population (1990)
55 Bill Nelson (D-FL) January 3, 2001 Former U.S. representative (12 years)
56 Tom Carper (D-DE) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
57 Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Michigan 8th in population (1990)
58 John Ensign (R-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 39th in population (1990) 59 Maria Cantwell (D-WA) Former U.S. representative (2 years)
60 Ben Nelson (D-NE) Former governor
61 Hillary Clinton[11][12] (D-NY)
62 Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) December 20, 2002
63 Frank Lautenberg[13] (D-NJ) January 3, 2003 Previous Senate service
64 Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (8 years) Georgia 10th in population (2000)
65 Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (8 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
66 Lamar Alexander (R-TN) Former Cabinet member
67 John Cornyn[14] (R-TX) Texas 2nd in population (2000)
68 Mark Pryor (D-AR) Arkansas 33nd in population (2000)
69 Richard Burr (R-NC) January 3, 2005 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
70 Jim DeMint (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
71 Tom Coburn (R-OK) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Oklahoma 27th in population (2000)
72 John Thune (R-SD) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Dakota 46th in population (2000)
73 Johnny Isakson (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 10 months)
74 David Vitter (R-LA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 7 months)
75 Mel Martinez[15] (R-FL) Former Cabinet member
76 Ken Salazar[16] (D-CO)
77 Bob Menendez (D-NJ) January 18, 2006
78 Ben Cardin (D-MD) January 3, 2007 Former U.S. representative (20 years)
79 Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Former U.S. representative (16 years)
80 Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
81 Bob Casey, Jr. (D-PA) Pennsylvania 6th in population (2000)
82 Jim Webb[17] (D-VA) Virginia 12th in population (2000)
83 Bob Corker (R-TN) Tennessee 16th in population (2000)
84 Claire McCaskill (D-MO) Missouri 17th in population (2000)
85 Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Minnesota 21st in population (2000)
86 Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) Rhode Island 43rd in population (2000)
87 Jon Tester (D-MT) Montana 44th in population (2000)
88 John Barrasso (R-WY) June 25, 2007
89 Roger Wicker (R-MS) December 31, 2007
90 Mark Udall (D-CO) January 3, 2009 Former U.S. representative (10 years) Colorado 24th in population (2000)
91 Tom Udall (D-NM) Former U.S. representative (10 years) New Mexico 36th in population (2000)
92 Mike Johanns (R-NE) Former Cabinet member
93 Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) Former governor (6 years)
94 Mark Warner (D-VA) Former governor (4 years)
95 Jim Risch (R-ID) Former governor (7 months)
96 Kay Hagan (D-NC) North Carolina 11th in population (2000)
97 Jeff Merkley (D-OR) Oregon 28th in population (2000)
98 Mark Begich (D-AK) Alaska 48th in population (2000)

99 Roland Burris (D-IL) January 12, 2009
Ted Kaufman (D-DE) January 15, 2009
Michael Bennet (D-CO) January 21, 2009
Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) January 26, 2009

100 Al Franken (D-MN) July 7, 2009
George LeMieux (R-FL) September 10, 2009
Paul G. Kirk (D-MA) September 24, 2009
Scott Brown (R-MA) February 4, 2010
Carte Goodwin (D-WV)
.
111th Congress (House of Representatives)


EndrTimes

So, to put things in a proper perspective here's a limited list of who some of those lucky folks are:

President Barack Obama

Vice President of the United States
Joseph R. Biden

Department of State
Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton
http://www.state.gov

Department of the Treasury
Secretary Timothy F. Geithner
http://www.treasury.gov

Department of Defense
Secretary Robert M. Gates
http://www.defenselink.mil

Department of Justice
Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.
http://www.usdoj.gov

Department of the Interior
Secretary Kenneth L. Salazar
http://www.doi.gov

Department of Agriculture
Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack
http://www.usda.gov

Department of Commerce
Secretary Gary F. Locke
http://www.commerce.gov

Department of Labor
Secretary Hilda L. Solis
http://www.dol.gov

Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
http://www.hhs.gov

Department of Housing and Urban Development
Secretary Shaun L.S. Donovan
http://www.hud.gov

Department of Transportation
Secretary Ray LaHood
http://www.dot.gov

Department of Energy
Secretary Steven Chu
http://www.energy.gov

Department of Education
Secretary Arne Duncan
http://www.ed.gov

Department of Veterans Affairs
Secretary Eric K. Shinseki
http://www.va.gov

Department of Homeland Security
Secretary Janet A. Napolitano
http://www.dhs.gov

The following positions have the status of Cabinet-rank:

White House Chief of Staff
Rahm I. Emanuel

Environmental Protection Agency
Administrator Lisa P. Jackson
http://www.epa.gov

Office of Management & Budget
Jeffrey Zients, Acting Director
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb

United States Trade Representative
Ambassador Ronald Kirk
http://www.ustr.gov

United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Ambassador Susan Rice
http://www.usunnewyork.usmission.gov/

Council of Economic Advisers
Chair Christina Romer
http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/cea/
.
111th Congress (Senate)

1 Robert Byrd[6] (D-WV) January 3, 1959
2 Ted Kennedy[7] (D-MA) November 7, 1962
3 Daniel Inouye (D-HI) January 3, 1963
4 Joe Biden[8] (D-DE) January 3, 1973
5 Patrick Leahy (D-VT) January 3, 1975
6 Richard Lugar (R-IN) January 3, 1977 Indiana 11th in population (1970)
7 Orrin Hatch (R-UT) Utah 36th in population (1970)
8 Max Baucus (D-MT) December 15, 1978
9 Thad Cochran (R-MS) December 27, 1978
10 Carl Levin (D-MI) January 3, 1979
11 Chris Dodd (D-CT) January 3, 1981 Former U.S. representative (6 years) Connecticut 24th in population (1970)
12 Chuck Grassley (R-IA) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Iowa 25th in population (1970) 13 Arlen Specter (D-PA)[9]
14 Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) January 3, 1983
15 John Kerry (D-MA) January 2, 1985
16 Tom Harkin (D-IA) January 3, 1985 Former U.S. representative
17 Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
18 Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) January 15, 1985
19 Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) January 3, 1987 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
20 Richard Shelby (R-AL) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
21 John McCain (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Arizona 29th in population (1980)
22 Harry Reid (D-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 43rd in population (1980)
23 Kit Bond (R-MO) Former governor
24 Kent Conrad (D-ND)
25 Herb Kohl (D-WI) January 3, 1989 Wisconsin 16th in population (1980)
26 Joe Lieberman (ID-CT)[10] Connecticut 25th in population (1980)
27 Daniel Akaka (D-HI) May 16, 1990
28 Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) November 10, 1992
29 Byron Dorgan (D-ND) December 15, 1992
30 Barbara Boxer (D-CA) January 3, 1993 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
31 Judd Gregg (R-NH) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
32 Russ Feingold (D-WI) Wisconsin 16th in population (1990)
33 Patty Murray (D-WA) Washington 18th in population (1990)
34 Bob Bennett (R-UT) Utah 35th in population (1990)
35 Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) June 14, 1993
36 Jim Inhofe (R-OK) November 17, 1994
37 Olympia Snowe (R-ME) January 3, 1995 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
38 Jon Kyl (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
39 Ron Wyden (D-OR) February 6, 1996
40 Sam Brownback (R-KS) November 7, 1996
41 Pat Roberts (R-KS) January 3, 1997 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
42 Richard Durbin (D-IL) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
43 Tim Johnson (D-SD) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
44 Jack Reed (D-RI) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
45 Mary Landrieu (D-LA) Louisiana 21st in population (1990)
46 Jeff Sessions (R-AL) Alabama 22nd in population (1990)
47 Susan Collins (R-ME) Maine 38th in population (1990)
48 Mike Enzi (R-WY) Wyoming 50th in population (1990)
49 Chuck Schumer (D-NY) January 3, 1999 Former U.S. representative (18 years)
50 Jim Bunning (R-KY) Former U.S. representative (12 years)
51 Mike Crapo (R-ID) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
52 Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) Former U.S. representative (4 years)
53 George Voinovich (R-OH) Former governor Ohio 7th in population (1990)
54 Evan Bayh (D-IN) Former governor Indiana 15th in population (1990)
55 Bill Nelson (D-FL) January 3, 2001 Former U.S. representative (12 years)
56 Tom Carper (D-DE) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
57 Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Michigan 8th in population (1990)
58 John Ensign (R-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 39th in population (1990) 59 Maria Cantwell (D-WA) Former U.S. representative (2 years)
60 Ben Nelson (D-NE) Former governor
61 Hillary Clinton[11][12] (D-NY)
62 Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) December 20, 2002
63 Frank Lautenberg[13] (D-NJ) January 3, 2003 Previous Senate service
64 Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (8 years) Georgia 10th in population (2000)
65 Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (8 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
66 Lamar Alexander (R-TN) Former Cabinet member
67 John Cornyn[14] (R-TX) Texas 2nd in population (2000)
68 Mark Pryor (D-AR) Arkansas 33nd in population (2000)
69 Richard Burr (R-NC) January 3, 2005 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
70 Jim DeMint (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
71 Tom Coburn (R-OK) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Oklahoma 27th in population (2000)
72 John Thune (R-SD) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Dakota 46th in population (2000)
73 Johnny Isakson (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 10 months)
74 David Vitter (R-LA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 7 months)
75 Mel Martinez[15] (R-FL) Former Cabinet member
76 Ken Salazar[16] (D-CO)
77 Bob Menendez (D-NJ) January 18, 2006
78 Ben Cardin (D-MD) January 3, 2007 Former U.S. representative (20 years)
79 Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Former U.S. representative (16 years)
80 Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
81 Bob Casey, Jr. (D-PA) Pennsylvania 6th in population (2000)
82 Jim Webb[17] (D-VA) Virginia 12th in population (2000)
83 Bob Corker (R-TN) Tennessee 16th in population (2000)
84 Claire McCaskill (D-MO) Missouri 17th in population (2000)
85 Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Minnesota 21st in population (2000)
86 Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) Rhode Island 43rd in population (2000)
87 Jon Tester (D-MT) Montana 44th in population (2000)
88 John Barrasso (R-WY) June 25, 2007
89 Roger Wicker (R-MS) December 31, 2007
90 Mark Udall (D-CO) January 3, 2009 Former U.S. representative (10 years) Colorado 24th in population (2000)
91 Tom Udall (D-NM) Former U.S. representative (10 years) New Mexico 36th in population (2000)
92 Mike Johanns (R-NE) Former Cabinet member
93 Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) Former governor (6 years)
94 Mark Warner (D-VA) Former governor (4 years)
95 Jim Risch (R-ID) Former governor (7 months)
96 Kay Hagan (D-NC) North Carolina 11th in population (2000)
97 Jeff Merkley (D-OR) Oregon 28th in population (2000)
98 Mark Begich (D-AK) Alaska 48th in population (2000)

99 Roland Burris (D-IL) January 12, 2009
Ted Kaufman (D-DE) January 15, 2009
Michael Bennet (D-CO) January 21, 2009
Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) January 26, 2009

100 Al Franken (D-MN) July 7, 2009
George LeMieux (R-FL) September 10, 2009
Paul G. Kirk (D-MA) September 24, 2009
Scott Brown (R-MA) February 4, 2010
Carte Goodwin (D-WV)
.
111th Congress (House of Representatives)


EndrTimes

So, to put things in a proper perspective here's a limited list of who some of those lucky folks are:

President Barack Obama

Vice President of the United States
Joseph R. Biden

Department of State
Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton
http://www.state.gov

Department of the Treasury
Secretary Timothy F. Geithner
http://www.treasury.gov

Department of Defense
Secretary Robert M. Gates
http://www.defenselink.mil

Department of Justice
Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.
http://www.usdoj.gov

Department of the Interior
Secretary Kenneth L. Salazar
http://www.doi.gov

Department of Agriculture
Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack
http://www.usda.gov

Department of Commerce
Secretary Gary F. Locke
http://www.commerce.gov

Department of Labor
Secretary Hilda L. Solis
http://www.dol.gov

Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
http://www.hhs.gov

Department of Housing and Urban Development
Secretary Shaun L.S. Donovan
http://www.hud.gov

Department of Transportation
Secretary Ray LaHood
http://www.dot.gov

Department of Energy
Secretary Steven Chu
http://www.energy.gov

Department of Education
Secretary Arne Duncan
http://www.ed.gov

Department of Veterans Affairs
Secretary Eric K. Shinseki
http://www.va.gov

Department of Homeland Security
Secretary Janet A. Napolitano
http://www.dhs.gov

The following positions have the status of Cabinet-rank:

White House Chief of Staff
Rahm I. Emanuel

Environmental Protection Agency
Administrator Lisa P. Jackson
http://www.epa.gov

Office of Management & Budget
Jeffrey Zients, Acting Director
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb

United States Trade Representative
Ambassador Ronald Kirk
http://www.ustr.gov

United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Ambassador Susan Rice
http://www.usunnewyork.usmission.gov/

Council of Economic Advisers
Chair Christina Romer
http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/cea/
.
111th Congress (Senate)

1 Robert Byrd[6] (D-WV) January 3, 1959
2 Ted Kennedy[7] (D-MA) November 7, 1962
3 Daniel Inouye (D-HI) January 3, 1963
4 Joe Biden[8] (D-DE) January 3, 1973
5 Patrick Leahy (D-VT) January 3, 1975
6 Richard Lugar (R-IN) January 3, 1977 Indiana 11th in population (1970)
7 Orrin Hatch (R-UT) Utah 36th in population (1970)
8 Max Baucus (D-MT) December 15, 1978
9 Thad Cochran (R-MS) December 27, 1978
10 Carl Levin (D-MI) January 3, 1979
11 Chris Dodd (D-CT) January 3, 1981 Former U.S. representative (6 years) Connecticut 24th in population (1970)
12 Chuck Grassley (R-IA) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Iowa 25th in population (1970) 13 Arlen Specter (D-PA)[9]
14 Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) January 3, 1983
15 John Kerry (D-MA) January 2, 1985
16 Tom Harkin (D-IA) January 3, 1985 Former U.S. representative
17 Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
18 Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) January 15, 1985
19 Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) January 3, 1987 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
20 Richard Shelby (R-AL) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
21 John McCain (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Arizona 29th in population (1980)
22 Harry Reid (D-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 43rd in population (1980)
23 Kit Bond (R-MO) Former governor
24 Kent Conrad (D-ND)
25 Herb Kohl (D-WI) January 3, 1989 Wisconsin 16th in population (1980)
26 Joe Lieberman (ID-CT)[10] Connecticut 25th in population (1980)
27 Daniel Akaka (D-HI) May 16, 1990
28 Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) November 10, 1992
29 Byron Dorgan (D-ND) December 15, 1992
30 Barbara Boxer (D-CA) January 3, 1993 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
31 Judd Gregg (R-NH) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
32 Russ Feingold (D-WI) Wisconsin 16th in population (1990)
33 Patty Murray (D-WA) Washington 18th in population (1990)
34 Bob Bennett (R-UT) Utah 35th in population (1990)
35 Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) June 14, 1993
36 Jim Inhofe (R-OK) November 17, 1994
37 Olympia Snowe (R-ME) January 3, 1995 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
38 Jon Kyl (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
39 Ron Wyden (D-OR) February 6, 1996
40 Sam Brownback (R-KS) November 7, 1996
41 Pat Roberts (R-KS) January 3, 1997 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
42 Richard Durbin (D-IL) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
43 Tim Johnson (D-SD) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
44 Jack Reed (D-RI) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
45 Mary Landrieu (D-LA) Louisiana 21st in population (1990)
46 Jeff Sessions (R-AL) Alabama 22nd in population (1990)
47 Susan Collins (R-ME) Maine 38th in population (1990)
48 Mike Enzi (R-WY) Wyoming 50th in population (1990)
49 Chuck Schumer (D-NY) January 3, 1999 Former U.S. representative (18 years)
50 Jim Bunning (R-KY) Former U.S. representative (12 years)
51 Mike Crapo (R-ID) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
52 Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) Former U.S. representative (4 years)
53 George Voinovich (R-OH) Former governor Ohio 7th in population (1990)
54 Evan Bayh (D-IN) Former governor Indiana 15th in population (1990)
55 Bill Nelson (D-FL) January 3, 2001 Former U.S. representative (12 years)
56 Tom Carper (D-DE) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
57 Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Michigan 8th in population (1990)
58 John Ensign (R-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 39th in population (1990) 59 Maria Cantwell (D-WA) Former U.S. representative (2 years)
60 Ben Nelson (D-NE) Former governor
61 Hillary Clinton[11][12] (D-NY)
62 Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) December 20, 2002
63 Frank Lautenberg[13] (D-NJ) January 3, 2003 Previous Senate service
64 Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (8 years) Georgia 10th in population (2000)
65 Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (8 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
66 Lamar Alexander (R-TN) Former Cabinet member
67 John Cornyn[14] (R-TX) Texas 2nd in population (2000)
68 Mark Pryor (D-AR) Arkansas 33nd in population (2000)
69 Richard Burr (R-NC) January 3, 2005 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
70 Jim DeMint (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
71 Tom Coburn (R-OK) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Oklahoma 27th in population (2000)
72 John Thune (R-SD) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Dakota 46th in population (2000)
73 Johnny Isakson (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 10 months)
74 David Vitter (R-LA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 7 months)
75 Mel Martinez[15] (R-FL) Former Cabinet member
76 Ken Salazar[16] (D-CO)
77 Bob Menendez (D-NJ) January 18, 2006
78 Ben Cardin (D-MD) January 3, 2007 Former U.S. representative (20 years)
79 Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Former U.S. representative (16 years)
80 Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
81 Bob Casey, Jr. (D-PA) Pennsylvania 6th in population (2000)
82 Jim Webb[17] (D-VA) Virginia 12th in population (2000)
83 Bob Corker (R-TN) Tennessee 16th in population (2000)
84 Claire McCaskill (D-MO) Missouri 17th in population (2000)
85 Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Minnesota 21st in population (2000)
86 Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) Rhode Island 43rd in population (2000)
87 Jon Tester (D-MT) Montana 44th in population (2000)
88 John Barrasso (R-WY) June 25, 2007
89 Roger Wicker (R-MS) December 31, 2007
90 Mark Udall (D-CO) January 3, 2009 Former U.S. representative (10 years) Colorado 24th in population (2000)
91 Tom Udall (D-NM) Former U.S. representative (10 years) New Mexico 36th in population (2000)
92 Mike Johanns (R-NE) Former Cabinet member
93 Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) Former governor (6 years)
94 Mark Warner (D-VA) Former governor (4 years)
95 Jim Risch (R-ID) Former governor (7 months)
96 Kay Hagan (D-NC) North Carolina 11th in population (2000)
97 Jeff Merkley (D-OR) Oregon 28th in population (2000)
98 Mark Begich (D-AK) Alaska 48th in population (2000)

99 Roland Burris (D-IL) January 12, 2009
Ted Kaufman (D-DE) January 15, 2009
Michael Bennet (D-CO) January 21, 2009
Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) January 26, 2009

100 Al Franken (D-MN) July 7, 2009
George LeMieux (R-FL) September 10, 2009
Paul G. Kirk (D-MA) September 24, 2009
Scott Brown (R-MA) February 4, 2010
Carte Goodwin (D-WV)
.
111th Congress (House of Representatives)


EndrTimes

So, to put things in a proper perspective here's a limited list of who some of those lucky folks are:

President Barack Obama

Vice President of the United States
Joseph R. Biden

Department of State
Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton
http://www.state.gov

Department of the Treasury
Secretary Timothy F. Geithner
http://www.treasury.gov

Department of Defense
Secretary Robert M. Gates
http://www.defenselink.mil

Department of Justice
Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.
http://www.usdoj.gov

Department of the Interior
Secretary Kenneth L. Salazar
http://www.doi.gov

Department of Agriculture
Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack
http://www.usda.gov

Department of Commerce
Secretary Gary F. Locke
http://www.commerce.gov

Department of Labor
Secretary Hilda L. Solis
http://www.dol.gov

Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
http://www.hhs.gov

Department of Housing and Urban Development
Secretary Shaun L.S. Donovan
http://www.hud.gov

Department of Transportation
Secretary Ray LaHood
http://www.dot.gov

Department of Energy
Secretary Steven Chu
http://www.energy.gov

Department of Education
Secretary Arne Duncan
http://www.ed.gov

Department of Veterans Affairs
Secretary Eric K. Shinseki
http://www.va.gov

Department of Homeland Security
Secretary Janet A. Napolitano
http://www.dhs.gov

The following positions have the status of Cabinet-rank:

White House Chief of Staff
Rahm I. Emanuel

Environmental Protection Agency
Administrator Lisa P. Jackson
http://www.epa.gov

Office of Management & Budget
Jeffrey Zients, Acting Director
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb

United States Trade Representative
Ambassador Ronald Kirk
http://www.ustr.gov

United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Ambassador Susan Rice
http://www.usunnewyork.usmission.gov/

Council of Economic Advisers
Chair Christina Romer
http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/cea/
.
111th Congress (Senate)

1 Robert Byrd[6] (D-WV) January 3, 1959
2 Ted Kennedy[7] (D-MA) November 7, 1962
3 Daniel Inouye (D-HI) January 3, 1963
4 Joe Biden[8] (D-DE) January 3, 1973
5 Patrick Leahy (D-VT) January 3, 1975
6 Richard Lugar (R-IN) January 3, 1977 Indiana 11th in population (1970)
7 Orrin Hatch (R-UT) Utah 36th in population (1970)
8 Max Baucus (D-MT) December 15, 1978
9 Thad Cochran (R-MS) December 27, 1978
10 Carl Levin (D-MI) January 3, 1979
11 Chris Dodd (D-CT) January 3, 1981 Former U.S. representative (6 years) Connecticut 24th in population (1970)
12 Chuck Grassley (R-IA) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Iowa 25th in population (1970) 13 Arlen Specter (D-PA)[9]
14 Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) January 3, 1983
15 John Kerry (D-MA) January 2, 1985
16 Tom Harkin (D-IA) January 3, 1985 Former U.S. representative
17 Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
18 Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) January 15, 1985
19 Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) January 3, 1987 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
20 Richard Shelby (R-AL) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
21 John McCain (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Arizona 29th in population (1980)
22 Harry Reid (D-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 43rd in population (1980)
23 Kit Bond (R-MO) Former governor
24 Kent Conrad (D-ND)
25 Herb Kohl (D-WI) January 3, 1989 Wisconsin 16th in population (1980)
26 Joe Lieberman (ID-CT)[10] Connecticut 25th in population (1980)
27 Daniel Akaka (D-HI) May 16, 1990
28 Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) November 10, 1992
29 Byron Dorgan (D-ND) December 15, 1992
30 Barbara Boxer (D-CA) January 3, 1993 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
31 Judd Gregg (R-NH) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
32 Russ Feingold (D-WI) Wisconsin 16th in population (1990)
33 Patty Murray (D-WA) Washington 18th in population (1990)
34 Bob Bennett (R-UT) Utah 35th in population (1990)
35 Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) June 14, 1993
36 Jim Inhofe (R-OK) November 17, 1994
37 Olympia Snowe (R-ME) January 3, 1995 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
38 Jon Kyl (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
39 Ron Wyden (D-OR) February 6, 1996
40 Sam Brownback (R-KS) November 7, 1996
41 Pat Roberts (R-KS) January 3, 1997 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
42 Richard Durbin (D-IL) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
43 Tim Johnson (D-SD) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
44 Jack Reed (D-RI) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
45 Mary Landrieu (D-LA) Louisiana 21st in population (1990)
46 Jeff Sessions (R-AL) Alabama 22nd in population (1990)
47 Susan Collins (R-ME) Maine 38th in population (1990)
48 Mike Enzi (R-WY) Wyoming 50th in population (1990)
49 Chuck Schumer (D-NY) January 3, 1999 Former U.S. representative (18 years)
50 Jim Bunning (R-KY) Former U.S. representative (12 years)
51 Mike Crapo (R-ID) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
52 Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) Former U.S. representative (4 years)
53 George Voinovich (R-OH) Former governor Ohio 7th in population (1990)
54 Evan Bayh (D-IN) Former governor Indiana 15th in population (1990)
55 Bill Nelson (D-FL) January 3, 2001 Former U.S. representative (12 years)
56 Tom Carper (D-DE) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
57 Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Michigan 8th in population (1990)
58 John Ensign (R-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 39th in population (1990) 59 Maria Cantwell (D-WA) Former U.S. representative (2 years)
60 Ben Nelson (D-NE) Former governor
61 Hillary Clinton[11][12] (D-NY)
62 Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) December 20, 2002
63 Frank Lautenberg[13] (D-NJ) January 3, 2003 Previous Senate service
64 Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (8 years) Georgia 10th in population (2000)
65 Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (8 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
66 Lamar Alexander (R-TN) Former Cabinet member
67 John Cornyn[14] (R-TX) Texas 2nd in population (2000)
68 Mark Pryor (D-AR) Arkansas 33nd in population (2000)
69 Richard Burr (R-NC) January 3, 2005 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
70 Jim DeMint (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
71 Tom Coburn (R-OK) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Oklahoma 27th in population (2000)
72 John Thune (R-SD) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Dakota 46th in population (2000)
73 Johnny Isakson (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 10 months)
74 David Vitter (R-LA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 7 months)
75 Mel Martinez[15] (R-FL) Former Cabinet member
76 Ken Salazar[16] (D-CO)
77 Bob Menendez (D-NJ) January 18, 2006
78 Ben Cardin (D-MD) January 3, 2007 Former U.S. representative (20 years)
79 Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Former U.S. representative (16 years)
80 Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
81 Bob Casey, Jr. (D-PA) Pennsylvania 6th in population (2000)
82 Jim Webb[17] (D-VA) Virginia 12th in population (2000)
83 Bob Corker (R-TN) Tennessee 16th in population (2000)
84 Claire McCaskill (D-MO) Missouri 17th in population (2000)
85 Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Minnesota 21st in population (2000)
86 Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) Rhode Island 43rd in population (2000)
87 Jon Tester (D-MT) Montana 44th in population (2000)
88 John Barrasso (R-WY) June 25, 2007
89 Roger Wicker (R-MS) December 31, 2007
90 Mark Udall (D-CO) January 3, 2009 Former U.S. representative (10 years) Colorado 24th in population (2000)
91 Tom Udall (D-NM) Former U.S. representative (10 years) New Mexico 36th in population (2000)
92 Mike Johanns (R-NE) Former Cabinet member
93 Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) Former governor (6 years)
94 Mark Warner (D-VA) Former governor (4 years)
95 Jim Risch (R-ID) Former governor (7 months)
96 Kay Hagan (D-NC) North Carolina 11th in population (2000)
97 Jeff Merkley (D-OR) Oregon 28th in population (2000)
98 Mark Begich (D-AK) Alaska 48th in population (2000)

99 Roland Burris (D-IL) January 12, 2009
Ted Kaufman (D-DE) January 15, 2009
Michael Bennet (D-CO) January 21, 2009
Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) January 26, 2009

100 Al Franken (D-MN) July 7, 2009
George LeMieux (R-FL) September 10, 2009
Paul G. Kirk (D-MA) September 24, 2009
Scott Brown (R-MA) February 4, 2010
Carte Goodwin (D-WV)
.
111th Congress (House of Representatives)


EndrTimes

So, to put things in a proper perspective here's a limited list of who some of those lucky folks are:

President Barack Obama

Vice President of the United States
Joseph R. Biden

Department of State
Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton
http://www.state.gov

Department of the Treasury
Secretary Timothy F. Geithner
http://www.treasury.gov

Department of Defense
Secretary Robert M. Gates
http://www.defenselink.mil

Department of Justice
Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.
http://www.usdoj.gov

Department of the Interior
Secretary Kenneth L. Salazar
http://www.doi.gov

Department of Agriculture
Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack
http://www.usda.gov

Department of Commerce
Secretary Gary F. Locke
http://www.commerce.gov

Department of Labor
Secretary Hilda L. Solis
http://www.dol.gov

Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
http://www.hhs.gov

Department of Housing and Urban Development
Secretary Shaun L.S. Donovan
http://www.hud.gov

Department of Transportation
Secretary Ray LaHood
http://www.dot.gov

Department of Energy
Secretary Steven Chu
http://www.energy.gov

Department of Education
Secretary Arne Duncan
http://www.ed.gov

Department of Veterans Affairs
Secretary Eric K. Shinseki
http://www.va.gov

Department of Homeland Security
Secretary Janet A. Napolitano
http://www.dhs.gov

The following positions have the status of Cabinet-rank:

White House Chief of Staff
Rahm I. Emanuel

Environmental Protection Agency
Administrator Lisa P. Jackson
http://www.epa.gov

Office of Management & Budget
Jeffrey Zients, Acting Director
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb

United States Trade Representative
Ambassador Ronald Kirk
http://www.ustr.gov

United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Ambassador Susan Rice
http://www.usunnewyork.usmission.gov/

Council of Economic Advisers
Chair Christina Romer
http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/cea/
.
111th Congress (Senate)

1 Robert Byrd[6] (D-WV) January 3, 1959
2 Ted Kennedy[7] (D-MA) November 7, 1962
3 Daniel Inouye (D-HI) January 3, 1963
4 Joe Biden[8] (D-DE) January 3, 1973
5 Patrick Leahy (D-VT) January 3, 1975
6 Richard Lugar (R-IN) January 3, 1977 Indiana 11th in population (1970)
7 Orrin Hatch (R-UT) Utah 36th in population (1970)
8 Max Baucus (D-MT) December 15, 1978
9 Thad Cochran (R-MS) December 27, 1978
10 Carl Levin (D-MI) January 3, 1979
11 Chris Dodd (D-CT) January 3, 1981 Former U.S. representative (6 years) Connecticut 24th in population (1970)
12 Chuck Grassley (R-IA) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Iowa 25th in population (1970) 13 Arlen Specter (D-PA)[9]
14 Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) January 3, 1983
15 John Kerry (D-MA) January 2, 1985
16 Tom Harkin (D-IA) January 3, 1985 Former U.S. representative
17 Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
18 Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) January 15, 1985
19 Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) January 3, 1987 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
20 Richard Shelby (R-AL) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
21 John McCain (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Arizona 29th in population (1980)
22 Harry Reid (D-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 43rd in population (1980)
23 Kit Bond (R-MO) Former governor
24 Kent Conrad (D-ND)
25 Herb Kohl (D-WI) January 3, 1989 Wisconsin 16th in population (1980)
26 Joe Lieberman (ID-CT)[10] Connecticut 25th in population (1980)
27 Daniel Akaka (D-HI) May 16, 1990
28 Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) November 10, 1992
29 Byron Dorgan (D-ND) December 15, 1992
30 Barbara Boxer (D-CA) January 3, 1993 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
31 Judd Gregg (R-NH) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
32 Russ Feingold (D-WI) Wisconsin 16th in population (1990)
33 Patty Murray (D-WA) Washington 18th in population (1990)
34 Bob Bennett (R-UT) Utah 35th in population (1990)
35 Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) June 14, 1993
36 Jim Inhofe (R-OK) November 17, 1994
37 Olympia Snowe (R-ME) January 3, 1995 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
38 Jon Kyl (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
39 Ron Wyden (D-OR) February 6, 1996
40 Sam Brownback (R-KS) November 7, 1996
41 Pat Roberts (R-KS) January 3, 1997 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
42 Richard Durbin (D-IL) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
43 Tim Johnson (D-SD) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
44 Jack Reed (D-RI) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
45 Mary Landrieu (D-LA) Louisiana 21st in population (1990)
46 Jeff Sessions (R-AL) Alabama 22nd in population (1990)
47 Susan Collins (R-ME) Maine 38th in population (1990)
48 Mike Enzi (R-WY) Wyoming 50th in population (1990)
49 Chuck Schumer (D-NY) January 3, 1999 Former U.S. representative (18 years)
50 Jim Bunning (R-KY) Former U.S. representative (12 years)
51 Mike Crapo (R-ID) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
52 Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) Former U.S. representative (4 years)
53 George Voinovich (R-OH) Former governor Ohio 7th in population (1990)
54 Evan Bayh (D-IN) Former governor Indiana 15th in population (1990)
55 Bill Nelson (D-FL) January 3, 2001 Former U.S. representative (12 years)
56 Tom Carper (D-DE) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
57 Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Michigan 8th in population (1990)
58 John Ensign (R-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 39th in population (1990) 59 Maria Cantwell (D-WA) Former U.S. representative (2 years)
60 Ben Nelson (D-NE) Former governor
61 Hillary Clinton[11][12] (D-NY)
62 Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) December 20, 2002
63 Frank Lautenberg[13] (D-NJ) January 3, 2003 Previous Senate service
64 Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (8 years) Georgia 10th in population (2000)
65 Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (8 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
66 Lamar Alexander (R-TN) Former Cabinet member
67 John Cornyn[14] (R-TX) Texas 2nd in population (2000)
68 Mark Pryor (D-AR) Arkansas 33nd in population (2000)
69 Richard Burr (R-NC) January 3, 2005 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
70 Jim DeMint (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
71 Tom Coburn (R-OK) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Oklahoma 27th in population (2000)
72 John Thune (R-SD) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Dakota 46th in population (2000)
73 Johnny Isakson (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 10 months)
74 David Vitter (R-LA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 7 months)
75 Mel Martinez[15] (R-FL) Former Cabinet member
76 Ken Salazar[16] (D-CO)
77 Bob Menendez (D-NJ) January 18, 2006
78 Ben Cardin (D-MD) January 3, 2007 Former U.S. representative (20 years)
79 Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Former U.S. representative (16 years)
80 Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
81 Bob Casey, Jr. (D-PA) Pennsylvania 6th in population (2000)
82 Jim Webb[17] (D-VA) Virginia 12th in population (2000)
83 Bob Corker (R-TN) Tennessee 16th in population (2000)
84 Claire McCaskill (D-MO) Missouri 17th in population (2000)
85 Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Minnesota 21st in population (2000)
86 Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) Rhode Island 43rd in population (2000)
87 Jon Tester (D-MT) Montana 44th in population (2000)
88 John Barrasso (R-WY) June 25, 2007
89 Roger Wicker (R-MS) December 31, 2007
90 Mark Udall (D-CO) January 3, 2009 Former U.S. representative (10 years) Colorado 24th in population (2000)
91 Tom Udall (D-NM) Former U.S. representative (10 years) New Mexico 36th in population (2000)
92 Mike Johanns (R-NE) Former Cabinet member
93 Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) Former governor (6 years)
94 Mark Warner (D-VA) Former governor (4 years)
95 Jim Risch (R-ID) Former governor (7 months)
96 Kay Hagan (D-NC) North Carolina 11th in population (2000)
97 Jeff Merkley (D-OR) Oregon 28th in population (2000)
98 Mark Begich (D-AK) Alaska 48th in population (2000)

99 Roland Burris (D-IL) January 12, 2009
Ted Kaufman (D-DE) January 15, 2009
Michael Bennet (D-CO) January 21, 2009
Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) January 26, 2009

100 Al Franken (D-MN) July 7, 2009
George LeMieux (R-FL) September 10, 2009
Paul G. Kirk (D-MA) September 24, 2009
Scott Brown (R-MA) February 4, 2010
Carte Goodwin (D-WV)
.
111th Congress (House of Representatives)


EndrTimes

So, to put things in a proper perspective here's a limited list of who some of those lucky folks are:

President Barack Obama

Vice President of the United States
Joseph R. Biden

Department of State
Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton
http://www.state.gov

Department of the Treasury
Secretary Timothy F. Geithner
http://www.treasury.gov

Department of Defense
Secretary Robert M. Gates
http://www.defenselink.mil

Department of Justice
Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.
http://www.usdoj.gov

Department of the Interior
Secretary Kenneth L. Salazar
http://www.doi.gov

Department of Agriculture
Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack
http://www.usda.gov

Department of Commerce
Secretary Gary F. Locke
http://www.commerce.gov

Department of Labor
Secretary Hilda L. Solis
http://www.dol.gov

Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
http://www.hhs.gov

Department of Housing and Urban Development
Secretary Shaun L.S. Donovan
http://www.hud.gov

Department of Transportation
Secretary Ray LaHood
http://www.dot.gov

Department of Energy
Secretary Steven Chu
http://www.energy.gov

Department of Education
Secretary Arne Duncan
http://www.ed.gov

Department of Veterans Affairs
Secretary Eric K. Shinseki
http://www.va.gov

Department of Homeland Security
Secretary Janet A. Napolitano
http://www.dhs.gov

The following positions have the status of Cabinet-rank:

White House Chief of Staff
Rahm I. Emanuel

Environmental Protection Agency
Administrator Lisa P. Jackson
http://www.epa.gov

Office of Management & Budget
Jeffrey Zients, Acting Director
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb

United States Trade Representative
Ambassador Ronald Kirk
http://www.ustr.gov

United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Ambassador Susan Rice
http://www.usunnewyork.usmission.gov/

Council of Economic Advisers
Chair Christina Romer
http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/cea/
.
111th Congress (Senate)

1 Robert Byrd[6] (D-WV) January 3, 1959
2 Ted Kennedy[7] (D-MA) November 7, 1962
3 Daniel Inouye (D-HI) January 3, 1963
4 Joe Biden[8] (D-DE) January 3, 1973
5 Patrick Leahy (D-VT) January 3, 1975
6 Richard Lugar (R-IN) January 3, 1977 Indiana 11th in population (1970)
7 Orrin Hatch (R-UT) Utah 36th in population (1970)
8 Max Baucus (D-MT) December 15, 1978
9 Thad Cochran (R-MS) December 27, 1978
10 Carl Levin (D-MI) January 3, 1979
11 Chris Dodd (D-CT) January 3, 1981 Former U.S. representative (6 years) Connecticut 24th in population (1970)
12 Chuck Grassley (R-IA) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Iowa 25th in population (1970) 13 Arlen Specter (D-PA)[9]
14 Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) January 3, 1983
15 John Kerry (D-MA) January 2, 1985
16 Tom Harkin (D-IA) January 3, 1985 Former U.S. representative
17 Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
18 Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) January 15, 1985
19 Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) January 3, 1987 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
20 Richard Shelby (R-AL) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
21 John McCain (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Arizona 29th in population (1980)
22 Harry Reid (D-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 43rd in population (1980)
23 Kit Bond (R-MO) Former governor
24 Kent Conrad (D-ND)
25 Herb Kohl (D-WI) January 3, 1989 Wisconsin 16th in population (1980)
26 Joe Lieberman (ID-CT)[10] Connecticut 25th in population (1980)
27 Daniel Akaka (D-HI) May 16, 1990
28 Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) November 10, 1992
29 Byron Dorgan (D-ND) December 15, 1992
30 Barbara Boxer (D-CA) January 3, 1993 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
31 Judd Gregg (R-NH) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
32 Russ Feingold (D-WI) Wisconsin 16th in population (1990)
33 Patty Murray (D-WA) Washington 18th in population (1990)
34 Bob Bennett (R-UT) Utah 35th in population (1990)
35 Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) June 14, 1993
36 Jim Inhofe (R-OK) November 17, 1994
37 Olympia Snowe (R-ME) January 3, 1995 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
38 Jon Kyl (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
39 Ron Wyden (D-OR) February 6, 1996
40 Sam Brownback (R-KS) November 7, 1996
41 Pat Roberts (R-KS) January 3, 1997 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
42 Richard Durbin (D-IL) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
43 Tim Johnson (D-SD) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
44 Jack Reed (D-RI) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
45 Mary Landrieu (D-LA) Louisiana 21st in population (1990)
46 Jeff Sessions (R-AL) Alabama 22nd in population (1990)
47 Susan Collins (R-ME) Maine 38th in population (1990)
48 Mike Enzi (R-WY) Wyoming 50th in population (1990)
49 Chuck Schumer (D-NY) January 3, 1999 Former U.S. representative (18 years)
50 Jim Bunning (R-KY) Former U.S. representative (12 years)
51 Mike Crapo (R-ID) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
52 Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) Former U.S. representative (4 years)
53 George Voinovich (R-OH) Former governor Ohio 7th in population (1990)
54 Evan Bayh (D-IN) Former governor Indiana 15th in population (1990)
55 Bill Nelson (D-FL) January 3, 2001 Former U.S. representative (12 years)
56 Tom Carper (D-DE) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
57 Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Michigan 8th in population (1990)
58 John Ensign (R-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 39th in population (1990) 59 Maria Cantwell (D-WA) Former U.S. representative (2 years)
60 Ben Nelson (D-NE) Former governor
61 Hillary Clinton[11][12] (D-NY)
62 Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) December 20, 2002
63 Frank Lautenberg[13] (D-NJ) January 3, 2003 Previous Senate service
64 Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (8 years) Georgia 10th in population (2000)
65 Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (8 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
66 Lamar Alexander (R-TN) Former Cabinet member
67 John Cornyn[14] (R-TX) Texas 2nd in population (2000)
68 Mark Pryor (D-AR) Arkansas 33nd in population (2000)
69 Richard Burr (R-NC) January 3, 2005 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
70 Jim DeMint (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
71 Tom Coburn (R-OK) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Oklahoma 27th in population (2000)
72 John Thune (R-SD) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Dakota 46th in population (2000)
73 Johnny Isakson (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 10 months)
74 David Vitter (R-LA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 7 months)
75 Mel Martinez[15] (R-FL) Former Cabinet member
76 Ken Salazar[16] (D-CO)
77 Bob Menendez (D-NJ) January 18, 2006
78 Ben Cardin (D-MD) January 3, 2007 Former U.S. representative (20 years)
79 Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Former U.S. representative (16 years)
80 Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
81 Bob Casey, Jr. (D-PA) Pennsylvania 6th in population (2000)
82 Jim Webb[17] (D-VA) Virginia 12th in population (2000)
83 Bob Corker (R-TN) Tennessee 16th in population (2000)
84 Claire McCaskill (D-MO) Missouri 17th in population (2000)
85 Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Minnesota 21st in population (2000)
86 Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) Rhode Island 43rd in population (2000)
87 Jon Tester (D-MT) Montana 44th in population (2000)
88 John Barrasso (R-WY) June 25, 2007
89 Roger Wicker (R-MS) December 31, 2007
90 Mark Udall (D-CO) January 3, 2009 Former U.S. representative (10 years) Colorado 24th in population (2000)
91 Tom Udall (D-NM) Former U.S. representative (10 years) New Mexico 36th in population (2000)
92 Mike Johanns (R-NE) Former Cabinet member
93 Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) Former governor (6 years)
94 Mark Warner (D-VA) Former governor (4 years)
95 Jim Risch (R-ID) Former governor (7 months)
96 Kay Hagan (D-NC) North Carolina 11th in population (2000)
97 Jeff Merkley (D-OR) Oregon 28th in population (2000)
98 Mark Begich (D-AK) Alaska 48th in population (2000)

99 Roland Burris (D-IL) January 12, 2009
Ted Kaufman (D-DE) January 15, 2009
Michael Bennet (D-CO) January 21, 2009
Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) January 26, 2009

100 Al Franken (D-MN) July 7, 2009
George LeMieux (R-FL) September 10, 2009
Paul G. Kirk (D-MA) September 24, 2009
Scott Brown (R-MA) February 4, 2010
Carte Goodwin (D-WV)
.
111th Congress (House of Representatives)


EndrTimes

So, to put things in a proper perspective here's a limited list of who some of those lucky folks are:

President Barack Obama

Vice President of the United States
Joseph R. Biden

Department of State
Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton
http://www.state.gov

Department of the Treasury
Secretary Timothy F. Geithner
http://www.treasury.gov

Department of Defense
Secretary Robert M. Gates
http://www.defenselink.mil

Department of Justice
Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.
http://www.usdoj.gov

Department of the Interior
Secretary Kenneth L. Salazar
http://www.doi.gov

Department of Agriculture
Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack
http://www.usda.gov

Department of Commerce
Secretary Gary F. Locke
http://www.commerce.gov

Department of Labor
Secretary Hilda L. Solis
http://www.dol.gov

Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
http://www.hhs.gov

Department of Housing and Urban Development
Secretary Shaun L.S. Donovan
http://www.hud.gov

Department of Transportation
Secretary Ray LaHood
http://www.dot.gov

Department of Energy
Secretary Steven Chu
http://www.energy.gov

Department of Education
Secretary Arne Duncan
http://www.ed.gov

Department of Veterans Affairs
Secretary Eric K. Shinseki
http://www.va.gov

Department of Homeland Security
Secretary Janet A. Napolitano
http://www.dhs.gov

The following positions have the status of Cabinet-rank:

White House Chief of Staff
Rahm I. Emanuel

Environmental Protection Agency
Administrator Lisa P. Jackson
http://www.epa.gov

Office of Management & Budget
Jeffrey Zients, Acting Director
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb

United States Trade Representative
Ambassador Ronald Kirk
http://www.ustr.gov

United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Ambassador Susan Rice
http://www.usunnewyork.usmission.gov/

Council of Economic Advisers
Chair Christina Romer
http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/cea/
.
111th Congress (Senate)

1 Robert Byrd[6] (D-WV) January 3, 1959
2 Ted Kennedy[7] (D-MA) November 7, 1962
3 Daniel Inouye (D-HI) January 3, 1963
4 Joe Biden[8] (D-DE) January 3, 1973
5 Patrick Leahy (D-VT) January 3, 1975
6 Richard Lugar (R-IN) January 3, 1977 Indiana 11th in population (1970)
7 Orrin Hatch (R-UT) Utah 36th in population (1970)
8 Max Baucus (D-MT) December 15, 1978
9 Thad Cochran (R-MS) December 27, 1978
10 Carl Levin (D-MI) January 3, 1979
11 Chris Dodd (D-CT) January 3, 1981 Former U.S. representative (6 years) Connecticut 24th in population (1970)
12 Chuck Grassley (R-IA) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Iowa 25th in population (1970) 13 Arlen Specter (D-PA)[9]
14 Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) January 3, 1983
15 John Kerry (D-MA) January 2, 1985
16 Tom Harkin (D-IA) January 3, 1985 Former U.S. representative
17 Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
18 Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) January 15, 1985
19 Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) January 3, 1987 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
20 Richard Shelby (R-AL) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
21 John McCain (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Arizona 29th in population (1980)
22 Harry Reid (D-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 43rd in population (1980)
23 Kit Bond (R-MO) Former governor
24 Kent Conrad (D-ND)
25 Herb Kohl (D-WI) January 3, 1989 Wisconsin 16th in population (1980)
26 Joe Lieberman (ID-CT)[10] Connecticut 25th in population (1980)
27 Daniel Akaka (D-HI) May 16, 1990
28 Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) November 10, 1992
29 Byron Dorgan (D-ND) December 15, 1992
30 Barbara Boxer (D-CA) January 3, 1993 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
31 Judd Gregg (R-NH) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
32 Russ Feingold (D-WI) Wisconsin 16th in population (1990)
33 Patty Murray (D-WA) Washington 18th in population (1990)
34 Bob Bennett (R-UT) Utah 35th in population (1990)
35 Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) June 14, 1993
36 Jim Inhofe (R-OK) November 17, 1994
37 Olympia Snowe (R-ME) January 3, 1995 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
38 Jon Kyl (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
39 Ron Wyden (D-OR) February 6, 1996
40 Sam Brownback (R-KS) November 7, 1996
41 Pat Roberts (R-KS) January 3, 1997 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
42 Richard Durbin (D-IL) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
43 Tim Johnson (D-SD) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
44 Jack Reed (D-RI) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
45 Mary Landrieu (D-LA) Louisiana 21st in population (1990)
46 Jeff Sessions (R-AL) Alabama 22nd in population (1990)
47 Susan Collins (R-ME) Maine 38th in population (1990)
48 Mike Enzi (R-WY) Wyoming 50th in population (1990)
49 Chuck Schumer (D-NY) January 3, 1999 Former U.S. representative (18 years)
50 Jim Bunning (R-KY) Former U.S. representative (12 years)
51 Mike Crapo (R-ID) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
52 Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) Former U.S. representative (4 years)
53 George Voinovich (R-OH) Former governor Ohio 7th in population (1990)
54 Evan Bayh (D-IN) Former governor Indiana 15th in population (1990)
55 Bill Nelson (D-FL) January 3, 2001 Former U.S. representative (12 years)
56 Tom Carper (D-DE) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
57 Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Michigan 8th in population (1990)
58 John Ensign (R-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 39th in population (1990) 59 Maria Cantwell (D-WA) Former U.S. representative (2 years)
60 Ben Nelson (D-NE) Former governor
61 Hillary Clinton[11][12] (D-NY)
62 Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) December 20, 2002
63 Frank Lautenberg[13] (D-NJ) January 3, 2003 Previous Senate service
64 Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (8 years) Georgia 10th in population (2000)
65 Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (8 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
66 Lamar Alexander (R-TN) Former Cabinet member
67 John Cornyn[14] (R-TX) Texas 2nd in population (2000)
68 Mark Pryor (D-AR) Arkansas 33nd in population (2000)
69 Richard Burr (R-NC) January 3, 2005 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
70 Jim DeMint (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
71 Tom Coburn (R-OK) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Oklahoma 27th in population (2000)
72 John Thune (R-SD) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Dakota 46th in population (2000)
73 Johnny Isakson (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 10 months)
74 David Vitter (R-LA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 7 months)
75 Mel Martinez[15] (R-FL) Former Cabinet member
76 Ken Salazar[16] (D-CO)
77 Bob Menendez (D-NJ) January 18, 2006
78 Ben Cardin (D-MD) January 3, 2007 Former U.S. representative (20 years)
79 Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Former U.S. representative (16 years)
80 Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
81 Bob Casey, Jr. (D-PA) Pennsylvania 6th in population (2000)
82 Jim Webb[17] (D-VA) Virginia 12th in population (2000)
83 Bob Corker (R-TN) Tennessee 16th in population (2000)
84 Claire McCaskill (D-MO) Missouri 17th in population (2000)
85 Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Minnesota 21st in population (2000)
86 Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) Rhode Island 43rd in population (2000)
87 Jon Tester (D-MT) Montana 44th in population (2000)
88 John Barrasso (R-WY) June 25, 2007
89 Roger Wicker (R-MS) December 31, 2007
90 Mark Udall (D-CO) January 3, 2009 Former U.S. representative (10 years) Colorado 24th in population (2000)
91 Tom Udall (D-NM) Former U.S. representative (10 years) New Mexico 36th in population (2000)
92 Mike Johanns (R-NE) Former Cabinet member
93 Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) Former governor (6 years)
94 Mark Warner (D-VA) Former governor (4 years)
95 Jim Risch (R-ID) Former governor (7 months)
96 Kay Hagan (D-NC) North Carolina 11th in population (2000)
97 Jeff Merkley (D-OR) Oregon 28th in population (2000)
98 Mark Begich (D-AK) Alaska 48th in population (2000)

99 Roland Burris (D-IL) January 12, 2009
Ted Kaufman (D-DE) January 15, 2009
Michael Bennet (D-CO) January 21, 2009
Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) January 26, 2009

100 Al Franken (D-MN) July 7, 2009
George LeMieux (R-FL) September 10, 2009
Paul G. Kirk (D-MA) September 24, 2009
Scott Brown (R-MA) February 4, 2010
Carte Goodwin (D-WV)
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EndrTimes

So, to put things in a proper perspective here's a limited list of who some of those lucky folks are:

President Barack Obama

Vice President of the United States
Joseph R. Biden

Department of State
Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton
http://www.state.gov

Department of the Treasury
Secretary Timothy F. Geithner
http://www.treasury.gov

Department of Defense
Secretary Robert M. Gates
http://www.defenselink.mil

Department of Justice
Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.
http://www.usdoj.gov

Department of the Interior
Secretary Kenneth L. Salazar
http://www.doi.gov

Department of Agriculture
Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack
http://www.usda.gov

Department of Commerce
Secretary Gary F. Locke
http://www.commerce.gov

Department of Labor
Secretary Hilda L. Solis
http://www.dol.gov

Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
http://www.hhs.gov

Department of Housing and Urban Development
Secretary Shaun L.S. Donovan
http://www.hud.gov

Department of Transportation
Secretary Ray LaHood
http://www.dot.gov

Department of Energy
Secretary Steven Chu
http://www.energy.gov

Department of Education
Secretary Arne Duncan
http://www.ed.gov

Department of Veterans Affairs
Secretary Eric K. Shinseki
http://www.va.gov

Department of Homeland Security
Secretary Janet A. Napolitano
http://www.dhs.gov

The following positions have the status of Cabinet-rank:

White House Chief of Staff
Rahm I. Emanuel

Environmental Protection Agency
Administrator Lisa P. Jackson
http://www.epa.gov

Office of Management & Budget
Jeffrey Zients, Acting Director
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb

United States Trade Representative
Ambassador Ronald Kirk
http://www.ustr.gov

United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Ambassador Susan Rice
http://www.usunnewyork.usmission.gov/

Council of Economic Advisers
Chair Christina Romer
http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/cea/
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1 Robert Byrd[6] (D-WV) January 3, 1959
2 Ted Kennedy[7] (D-MA) November 7, 1962
3 Daniel Inouye (D-HI) January 3, 1963
4 Joe Biden[8] (D-DE) January 3, 1973
5 Patrick Leahy (D-VT) January 3, 1975
6 Richard Lugar (R-IN) January 3, 1977 Indiana 11th in population (1970)
7 Orrin Hatch (R-UT) Utah 36th in population (1970)
8 Max Baucus (D-MT) December 15, 1978
9 Thad Cochran (R-MS) December 27, 1978
10 Carl Levin (D-MI) January 3, 1979
11 Chris Dodd (D-CT) January 3, 1981 Former U.S. representative (6 years) Connecticut 24th in population (1970)
12 Chuck Grassley (R-IA) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Iowa 25th in population (1970) 13 Arlen Specter (D-PA)[9]
14 Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) January 3, 1983
15 John Kerry (D-MA) January 2, 1985
16 Tom Harkin (D-IA) January 3, 1985 Former U.S. representative
17 Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
18 Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) January 15, 1985
19 Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) January 3, 1987 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
20 Richard Shelby (R-AL) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
21 John McCain (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Arizona 29th in population (1980)
22 Harry Reid (D-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 43rd in population (1980)
23 Kit Bond (R-MO) Former governor
24 Kent Conrad (D-ND)
25 Herb Kohl (D-WI) January 3, 1989 Wisconsin 16th in population (1980)
26 Joe Lieberman (ID-CT)[10] Connecticut 25th in population (1980)
27 Daniel Akaka (D-HI) May 16, 1990
28 Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) November 10, 1992
29 Byron Dorgan (D-ND) December 15, 1992
30 Barbara Boxer (D-CA) January 3, 1993 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
31 Judd Gregg (R-NH) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
32 Russ Feingold (D-WI) Wisconsin 16th in population (1990)
33 Patty Murray (D-WA) Washington 18th in population (1990)
34 Bob Bennett (R-UT) Utah 35th in population (1990)
35 Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) June 14, 1993
36 Jim Inhofe (R-OK) November 17, 1994
37 Olympia Snowe (R-ME) January 3, 1995 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
38 Jon Kyl (R-AZ) Former U.S. representative (8 years)
39 Ron Wyden (D-OR) February 6, 1996
40 Sam Brownback (R-KS) November 7, 1996
41 Pat Roberts (R-KS) January 3, 1997 Former U.S. representative (16 years)
42 Richard Durbin (D-IL) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
43 Tim Johnson (D-SD) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
44 Jack Reed (D-RI) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
45 Mary Landrieu (D-LA) Louisiana 21st in population (1990)
46 Jeff Sessions (R-AL) Alabama 22nd in population (1990)
47 Susan Collins (R-ME) Maine 38th in population (1990)
48 Mike Enzi (R-WY) Wyoming 50th in population (1990)
49 Chuck Schumer (D-NY) January 3, 1999 Former U.S. representative (18 years)
50 Jim Bunning (R-KY) Former U.S. representative (12 years)
51 Mike Crapo (R-ID) Former U.S. representative (6 years)
52 Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) Former U.S. representative (4 years)
53 George Voinovich (R-OH) Former governor Ohio 7th in population (1990)
54 Evan Bayh (D-IN) Former governor Indiana 15th in population (1990)
55 Bill Nelson (D-FL) January 3, 2001 Former U.S. representative (12 years)
56 Tom Carper (D-DE) Former U.S. representative (10 years)
57 Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Michigan 8th in population (1990)
58 John Ensign (R-NV) Former U.S. representative (4 years) Nevada 39th in population (1990) 59 Maria Cantwell (D-WA) Former U.S. representative (2 years)
60 Ben Nelson (D-NE) Former governor
61 Hillary Clinton[11][12] (D-NY)
62 Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) December 20, 2002
63 Frank Lautenberg[13] (D-NJ) January 3, 2003 Previous Senate service
64 Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (8 years) Georgia 10th in population (2000)
65 Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (8 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
66 Lamar Alexander (R-TN) Former Cabinet member
67 John Cornyn[14] (R-TX) Texas 2nd in population (2000)
68 Mark Pryor (D-AR) Arkansas 33nd in population (2000)
69 Richard Burr (R-NC) January 3, 2005 Former U.S. representative (10 years)
70 Jim DeMint (R-SC) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Carolina 26th in population (2000)
71 Tom Coburn (R-OK) Former U.S. representative (6 years) Oklahoma 27th in population (2000)
72 John Thune (R-SD) Former U.S. representative (6 years) South Dakota 46th in population (2000)
73 Johnny Isakson (R-GA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 10 months)
74 David Vitter (R-LA) Former U.S. representative (5 years, 7 months)
75 Mel Martinez[15] (R-FL) Former Cabinet member
76 Ken Salazar[16] (D-CO)
77 Bob Menendez (D-NJ) January 18, 2006
78 Ben Cardin (D-MD) January 3, 2007 Former U.S. representative (20 years)
79 Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Former U.S. representative (16 years)
80 Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Former U.S. representative (14 years)
81 Bob Casey, Jr. (D-PA) Pennsylvania 6th in population (2000)
82 Jim Webb[17] (D-VA) Virginia 12th in population (2000)
83 Bob Corker (R-TN) Tennessee 16th in population (2000)
84 Claire McCaskill (D-MO) Missouri 17th in population (2000)
85 Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Minnesota 21st in population (2000)
86 Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) Rhode Island 43rd in population (2000)
87 Jon Tester (D-MT) Montana 44th in population (2000)
88 John Barrasso (R-WY) June 25, 2007
89 Roger Wicker (R-MS) December 31, 2007
90 Mark Udall (D-CO) January 3, 2009 Former U.S. representative (10 years) Colorado 24th in population (2000)
91 Tom Udall (D-NM) Former U.S. representative (10 years) New Mexico 36th in population (2000)
92 Mike Johanns (R-NE) Former Cabinet member
93 Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) Former governor (6 years)
94 Mark Warner (D-VA) Former governor (4 years)
95 Jim Risch (R-ID) Former governor (7 months)
96 Kay Hagan (D-NC) North Carolina 11th in population (2000)
97 Jeff Merkley (D-OR) Oregon 28th in population (2000)
98 Mark Begich (D-AK) Alaska 48th in population (2000)

99 Roland Burris (D-IL) January 12, 2009
Ted Kaufman (D-DE) January 15, 2009
Michael Bennet (D-CO) January 21, 2009
Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) January 26, 2009

100 Al Franken (D-MN) July 7, 2009
George LeMieux (R-FL) September 10, 2009
Paul G. Kirk (D-MA) September 24, 2009
Scott Brown (R-MA) February 4, 2010
Carte Goodwin (D-WV)
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111th Congress (House of Representatives)


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