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Monday, February 18, 2008

Simulation Roles

The Senators with * and italics are Pitzer Senator roles

The Senators with # do not serve in the real-world committee. We have added them for simulation purposes.

Homeland Security and Government Affairs

Susan M. Collins Ranking Member (ME)
Ted Stevens (AK)
George V. Voinovich (OH)
Norm Coleman (MN)
Tom Coburn (OK)
*Pete V. Domenici (NM)
*John Warner (VA)
*John E. Sununu (NH)

Foreign Relations

Richard G. Lugar Ranking Member (IN)
Chuck Hagel (NE)
*Norm Coleman (MN)
Bob Corker (TN)
John E. Sununu (NH)
Mitch McConnell (KY)#
Lisa Murkowski (AK)
Jim DeMint (SC)
Johnny Isakson (GA)
John McCain (AZ)#

Health, Education, Labor, & Pensions

Michael B. Enzi, Ranking Member (WY)
Judd Gregg (NH)
Lamar Alexander (TN)
Richard Burr (NC)
Johnny Isakson (GA)
Lisa Murkowski (AK)
Orrin G. Hatch (UT)
*Pat Roberts (KS)
*Wayne Allard (CO)
*Tom Coburn, M.D. (OK)

Environment and Public Works

James M. Inhofe, Ranking Member (OK)
Olympia Snowe (ME)#
David Vitter (LA)
John Barrasso (WY)
Larry E. Craig (ID)
*Lamar Alexander (TN)
*Christopher S. Bond (MO)

1 comment:

Emily said...

A number of members' names are repeated here. (Alexander, Coleman, Coburn, Sununu, and Craig I think.) Are they going to be played by multiple students so that the committees can meet at the same time? Is that going to cause a conflict of interest?

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