Financial Services Committee
Financial Services Committee Welcomes New Republican Members
Washington, Dec 12 -
The House Financial Services Committee will include eight new Republican members when the 113th Congress convenes in January.
"These new members, combined with the expertise of the committee's returning Republicans, give us an outstanding team that will promote solutions for a stronger economy, an end to too big to fail, and smarter regulations that protect consumers without killing jobs," said Chairman Spencer Bachus.
Chairman-elect Jeb Hensarling said, "I look forward to working closely with all of our members as we tackle important challenges that face our economy and offer solutions that revive and strengthen America's free enterprise system -- the greatest housing and jobs program known to man."
The new Republican members who will be joining the committee in January are, in alphabetical order:
Rep.-elect Andy Barr of Kentucky
Rep.-elect Tom Cotton of Arkansas
Rep. Randy Hultgren of Illinois
Rep. Mick Mulvaney of South Carolina
Rep.-elect Robert Pittenger of North Carolina
Rep. Dennis Ross of Florida
Rep. Marlin Stutzman of Indiana
Rep.-elect Ann Wagner of Missouri