Georgetown Law Alumni Elected to Congress
November 13, 2014 — When the 114th Congress convenes in January, it will include three new Georgetown Law alumni.
Barbara Comstock, L’86 (R-Va.) and Ted Lieu, L’94 (D-Calif.) have been elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, and Dan Sullivan, L’93, MSFS’93 (R-Alaska) has been elected to the U.S. Senate.
Dick Durbin, F’66, L’69 (D-Ill.), who currently serves as Senate Majority Whip, has been re-elected to the Senate.
Law Center graduates re-elected to the House include David Cicilline, L’86 (D-R.I.); John Delaney, L’88 (D-Md.); Lois Frankel, L’73 (D-Fla.); Ann McLane Kuster, L’84 (D-N.H); Peter Visclosky, LL.M.’82 (D-Ind.); Chris Van Hollen, L’90 (D-Md.); and Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, L’66 (D-Md.)
Georgetown Law Professor and D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton also won re-election.Share This Article