U.S. House of Representatives - 109th Congress
U.S. House of Representatives, 109th Congress, 2nd Session
- Office of the Speaker speaker.house.gov: Dennis Hastert
- Office of the Majority Leader majorityleader.gov: John Boehner
- Office of the Democratic Leader democraticleader.house.gov: Nancy Pelosi
- House Majority Whip majoritywhip.house.gov: Roy Blunt
- Democratic Whip democraticwhip.house.gov: Steny Hoyer
- House Republican Conference gop.gov: Chairman Deborah Pryce
- Democratic Caucus dems.gov: Chairman Robert Menendez; Vice Chairman James E. Clyburn
- House Republican Policy Committee policy.house.gov: Chairman John Shadegg
- House Republican Conference Secretary gopsecretary.gov: Chairman John T. Doolittle
- House Democrats democrats.house.gov: See Democratic Leadership
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, DC 2015
Phone: 202 224-3121
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- House Centrist Coalition
- House Republican Study Committee
- Iraq Study Group
- legislative service organization
- list of legislative service organizations
- Thomas D. DeLay
- U.S. congressional elections in 2006
- "DeLay Gives Up Bid to Reclaim House Post," Associated Press (ABC News), January 8, 2006.
- Gail Russell Chaddock, "Republicans scramble to pick new leader after Tom DeLay bows out," Christian Science Monitor, January 9, 2006: "His resignation as House majority leader may help the GOP's image, but it loses a key disciplinarian."
- Michael Mcauliff, "Fight for Republican leadership post begins," New York Daily News (The Mercury News), January 9, 2006.
- Liz Marlantes, "No Signs of Panic as GOP Mulls New House Leader. Two Insiders Vie for Tom DeLay's Old Job," ABC News, January 10, 2006: "The only two candidates currently in the race — acting Majority Leader Roy Blunt, R-Mo., and Rep. John Boehner, R-Ohio — are far from outsiders."
- "Rogers to seek key House post," Detroit Free Press, January 10, 2006. re Mike Rogers (R-Michigan).
- Susan Cornwell, "Rep. Boehner steps up US House Republican campaign," Reuters, January 10, 2006.
- Jonathan Weisman, "Blunt, Boehner Remain as Field For Majority Leader Narrows," Washington Post, January 10, 2006.