2014 Election Guide: A Guide to Changes in Congress
Riding a wave of voter discontent, Republicans in the mid-term election took control of the U.S. Senate and increased their majority in the House. The results offer an opportunity for collaboration between the Congress and the Obama Administration, and to restart the legislative process.
To help you assess yesterday’s election, K&L Gates has prepared a comprehensive guide that summarizes the results and their impact on the 114th Congress, which will convene in January. The Election Guide lists all new members elected to Congress, updates the congressional delegations for each state, and provides a starting point for assessing the coming changes to the House and Senate committees.
Please click here to download the most up-to-date version of the 130 page Election Guide, which will be updated on an ongoing basis as more of the close races are called and committees are finalized.
Further insights on the implications of the mid-term elections can be found in two recent webinars featuring members of the K&L Gates policy team. See the links below.
- The Mid-Term Elections: What They Mean for Major National Policies
- Election 2014: Its Impact on Federal Policy-Making in 2015