ⓘ Senate Democratic Caucus
The Democratic Caucus of the United States Senate, sometimes referred to as the Democratic Conference, is the formal organization of all senators who are part of the Democratic Party in the United States Senate.
For the makeup of the 117th Congress, the caucus additionally includes two independent senators Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Angus King of Maine who caucus with the Democrats, bringing the current total to 50 members.
1. Other websites
- Senate Party Leadership – much of this articles content was adapted from this useful public domain resource
- First Formal Organization of the Senate Democratic Caucus
- Official Home of the Senate Democratic Caucus on the Internet
- The Congressional Progressive Caucus CPC is a caucus in the Democratic congressional caucus in the United States Congress. The CPC is a left - leaning
- 13, 2018 Schumer Announces Senate Democratic Committee Memberships for the 116th Congress Senate Democratic Caucus Retrieved February 8, 2019. Roberts
- leaders of the U.S. Senate The Senate Majority and Minority Leaders are two United States Senators who are elected by the party caucuses that hold the majority
- of the House Democratic Caucus Chairs are currently limited to two consecutive terms. No clear records remain for these Congresses. Caucus records show
- Bernie Sanders of Vermont, caucus with the Democrats. The Vice President of the United States is the President of the Senate As Vice President, Harris
- to 2013. She is the Vice Chair of the House Democratic Caucus the sixth - ranking post in the Democratic House leadership behind the Speaker. March, Mary
- and former Dean of the Senate Tim Kaine Virginia Governor, 2016 vice presidential nominee and former head of the Democratic National Committee Dennis
- senators, Bernie Sanders and Angus King, have caucused with the Democratic Party since joining the Senate Four Republican senators will be retiring and
- session Pennsylvania House Democratic Caucus 2020 - 11 - 12. Retrieved 2020 - 11 - 13. Cole, John 2020 - 11 - 12 Ward Elected Senate Majority Leader PoliticsPA