(Standard is State-by-State: Governor, Senators, and Representatives are listed together under their state. 175-plus pages with fold-out map of Capitol Hill)
175-plus pages with fold-out 9" x 10" map of Capitol Hill
This is a pre-order. The 2020 Congressional Directory (and accompanying free items above) will begin shipping in late-March or early-April, 2020. We will email your tracking number with your invoice after we ship.
ISBN 10: 1587333074
ISBN 13: 978-1-58733-307-1
Product Code: 3071
Dimensions: 4.4 x 9 x 0.4
Weight: 0.6 pounds
- Single copy: $35
- 2 copies: $31 each
- 3-10 copies: $27.50 each
- 11-24 copies: $25.00 each
- 25 and more copies: $23.00 each
- plus shipping and handling
This is a pre-order of the 2020 Congressional Directory – will begin shipping in late-March or early-April 2020.
See main Directory web page for any updates.
- Member photos in full color
- Wire-spiral binding for easy, lay-flat use
- Member biographical data
- Office locations, phone and fax numbers
- Twitter ID
- List of key congressional staff
- District office information
- Fold-out 9" x 10" map of Capitol Hill
- Includes state maps and delegations outlining congressional districts, major cities, home towns and more!
- Standard (State by State)
- Standard Version: State-by-State, grouped by Governor, Senators, and Representatives listed under their state.
(Includes pages that contain an alphabetical listing of Senators and an alphabetical listing of Representatives.)
About Members of Congress
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- Black Americans in Congress
- Hispanic Americans in Congress
- Women in Congress
- Reference Desk from the Clerk of the House
- Asian Pacific Americans in the United States Congress – Wikipedia
- Members of the 116th United States Congress – Wikipedia
- Members of the 115th United States Congress – Wikipedia
- Members of the 114th United States Congress – Wikipedia
- Members of the 113th United States Congress – Wikipedia
- Members of the 112th United States Congress – Wikipedia
- Religious affiliation in the United States Senate – Wikipedia
- List of Vice Presidents of the United States – Wikipedia
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