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76th CONGRESS OF THE UNION AND REPUBLIC OF ALCENIA
January 3, 2019 — January 3, 2021
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DEBRA N. HURST
PRAETOR OF CONGRESS

Senate[edit]

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Calixta Nicolas, Senate Majority Leader
Irene Wescott, Senate Majority Whip
Colin Snider, Senate Minority Leader
Fenton Burns, Senate Minority Whip
  Christian Democrats: 12 seats
  Social Republicans: 10 seats

Delegation[edit]

List of Alcenian Senators

State Party Affiliation Class-Term ends
Boske
Mark Johnson Conservative Democratic A-2021
Farrah Reginald Conservative Democratic B-2023
Garfield
Aaron Lewis Conservative Democratic A-2021
Irene Wescott Conservative Democratic B-2023
Ilanuras
Mike Mulreadie Conservative Democratic A-2021
Alice Candlewell Social Republican B-2023
Iluvia
Lionel Moore Social Republican A-2021
Colin Snider Social Republican B-2023
Kalegav
Fenton Burns Social Republican B-2023
Larry Trask Social Republican A-2021
Keiwasta
Calixta Nicolas Conservative Democratic B-2023
Rudolph Power Social Republican A-2021
Nievia
Cecilia Pearson Social Republican A-2021
Gary Sullivan Conservative Democratic B-2023
Perro Rocosso
Newton Lovell Conservative Democratic A-2021
Neil Blackburn Conservative Democratic B-2023
Sidanevi
Marla Fuentes Conservative Democratic B-2023
Jordan Peterson Conservative Democratic A-2021
Vellonia
Merit Duarte Social Republican B-2023
Malcolm Pena Social Republcian A-2021
Yewi
Kylie Parsons Social Republican B-2023
Elouise Standford Conservative Democratic A-2021

House[edit]

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Patrica Weaver, House Majority Leader
Bob Haden, House Majority Whip
Isaiah Perez, House Minority Leader
Emma Spencer, House Minority Whip
  Conservative Democrats: 94 seats
  Social Republicans: 75 seats
  Vacant: 1 seat

Delegation[edit]

State Party Affiliation Riding
Boske
Dorothea Kaufmann Social Republican 1st
Helen Dennell Conservative Democratic 2nd
Daniel Choi Conservative Democratic 3rd
Rodger Acqua Conservative Democratic 4th
Brook Kalbfleisch Conservative Democratic 5th
Henry McClelland Conservative Democratic 6th
Michael Glass Social Republican 7th
Rosa Witherspoon Social Republican 8th
Grahame Bulle Conservative Democratic 9th
Leslie Jeffries Conservative Democratic 10th
Garfield
Neil Blaise Conservative Democratic 1st
Lee Sadler Conservative Democratic 2nd
Jimmy Altimari Conservative Democratic 3rd
Ilanuras
Ben Kuipers Social Republican 1st
James Stamatia Social Republican 2nd
Michael Backer Conservative Democratic 3rd
Jessica Biondo Conservative Democratic 4th
Stephanie Tanzer Conservative Democratic 5th
Rosa de Leau Conservative Democratic 6th
Calvin McCallum Social Republican 7th
Iluvia
Luigi Trengove Social Republican 1st
Aaron Maurer Social Republican 2nd
Greg McManus Social Republican 3rd
Anne Hawk Social Republican 4th
Marna Jeanes Social Republican 5th
Reg Auteberry Social Republican 6th
Rien Tyson Social Republican 7th
Nicholas Watkins Social Republican 8th
Marina Von Essen Conservative Democratic 9th
Levi Wolters Conservative Democratic 10th
Doug Olsen Conservative Democratic 11th
Julian Abel Conservative Democratic 12th
Hugo Baudin Conservative Democratic 13th
Vince Larsen Conservative Democratic 14th
Laura Alexander Conservative Democratic 15th
Harvey Langley Social Republican 16th
Patrick Beckham Conservative Democratic 17th
Vincent Pierre Conservative Democratic 18th
Kalegav
Judie Dickenson Conservative Democratic 1st
Darcy Tyrell Social Republican 2nd
Laura Friedrich Conservative Democratic 3rd
Vincent Callahan Conservative Democratic 4th
Sofia Haberkorn Conservative Democratic 5th
Irene Cook Conservative Democratic 6th
Keiwasta
vacant 1st
Harold Snyders Social Republican 2nd
Dominic Street Social Republican 3rd
Leonard Seabrooke Conservative Democratic 4th
Sophia Simmons Social Republican 5th
Nick Warrick Social Republican 6th
Rhett Lyon Conservative Democratic 7th
Zoe Corey Conservative Democratic 8th
Gretchen Klossner Conservative Democratic 9th
Clay Church Conservative Democratic 10th
Elizabeth Russel Social Republican 11th
Paul Brinley Conservative Democratic 12th
John Barre Conservative Democratic 13th
Annabelle Varley Conservative Democratic 14th
Dave Strobel Conservative Democratic 15th
Jimi Girard Social Republican 16th
Paul Jackman Conservative Democratic 17th
Barbara Lawson Social Republican 18th
Gareth Eldred Social Republican 19th
Drake Arbeit Social Republican 20th
Nicole del Bosque Conservative Democratic 21st
Tom Breckinridge Social Republican 22nd
Nievia
Seth Mandel Social Republican 1st
Jonathan Franke Social Republican 2nd
Emma Spencer Social Republican 3rd
Gerald Voigt Social Republican 4th
Stephanie Chávez Conservative Democratic 5th
Peter Best Social Republican 6th
Cheyanne Tyrell Conservative Democratic 7th
Cameron Arbeit Conservative Democratic 8th
Liora Welter Social Republican 9th
Dora Forester Social Republican 10th
Greg Martinson Social Republican 11th
Enrique Wirner Social Republican 12th
Walter McCoy Social Republican 13th
Peter Seward Social Republican 14th
Retha Dunn Conservative Democratic 15th
Maleah Morse Conservative Democratic 16th
Georgia McNabb Conservative Democratic 17th
Ken Parsons Conservative Democratic 18th
Jeanna Campbell Conservative Democratic 19th
Conrad Breckenridge Conservative Democratic 20th
Sabrina Dalí Conservative Democratic 21st
Ted Dennis Conservative Democratic 22nd
Jon Weiner Conservative Democratic 23rd
Terry Schlimme Social Republican 24th
Rosalyn Soto Conservative Democratic 25th
Julian Apted Conservative Democratic 26th
Debra Hurst Conservative Democratic 27th
Melvin Sangster Conservative Democratic 28th
Perro Rocosso
Eric Fuentes Conservative Democratic 1st
Juan José Jundt Conservative Democratic 2nd
Bob Haden Conservative Democratic 3rd
Eileen Becker Conservative Democratic 4th
Kent Fiedler Conservative Democratic 5th
Claire Tyler Social Republican 6th
Brian MacEachthighearna Social Republican 7th
Anne Palmer Conservative Democratic 8th
Craig Colt Conservative Democratic 9th
Lara Peters Conservative Democratic 10th
Tzafrir Magro Social Republican 11th
Emmy Hausler Social Republican 12th
Sidanevi
Jose McNeil Conservative Democratic 1st
Jude Havener Conservative Democratic 2nd
Sarah Vargas Conservative Democratic 3rd
Tony Emmet Conservative Democratic 4th
Timothy Daube Conservative Democratic 5th
Vellonia
Greta Forester Social Republican 1st
José María Arriola Social Republican 2nd
Stacy McEwan Social Republican 3rd
Isaiah Perez Social Republican 4th
Rocky Banderas Social Republican 5th
Neizan Simonson Social Republican 6th
Patrica Weaver Conservative Democratic 7th
Sonia Borchardt Social Republican 8th
Lucía Niles Social Republican 9th
Benson Schirmer Social Republican 10th
Danny Halle Social Republican 11th
Tiana Stone Social Republican 12th
Warner Simons Social Republican 13th
Inéz Alonso Social Republican 14th
Dorotea Montgomery Social Republican 15th
Rosabella Booth Social Republican 16th
Anton Castillo Conservative Democratic 17th
Haven Sauer Social Republican 18th
Rigby Garry Conservative Democratic 19th
Juanita Bentley Conservative Democratic 20th
Colin Specht Conservative Democratic 21st
Janine Taft Conservative Democratic 22nd
Eliana Sauer Social Republican 23rd
Camila Faust Social Republican 24th
Olivia Pryor Social Republican 25th
Barbra Allan Social Republican 26th
Fay Wolf Social Republican 27th
Jason Morris Social Republican 28th
Caitlin McAfee Social Republican 29th
Aaron Arc Conservative Democratic 30th
Mario Mitchell Conservative Democratic 31st
Zaria Messner Conservative Democratic 32nd
Teddy Hambleton Conservative Democratic 33rd
Trev Echeverría Social Republican 34th
Trenton Richardson Social Republican 35th
Ashton Angus Social Republican 36th
Nathan Lyne Social Republican 37th
Joe Peláez Conservative Democratic 38th
Charlie Hildebrand Conservative Democratic 39th
Melva Moon Social Republican 40th
Euphemia Swindlehurst Social Republican 41st
Emilia Taylor Social Republican 42nd
Norman Valiente Social Republican 43rd
Jack Gómez Social Republican 44th
Duff Holmes Conservative Democratic 45th
Dominic Melsbach Conservative Democratic 46th
María Everly Conservative Democratic 47th
Lucía Félix Conservative Democratic 48th
Brian Gibbs Social Republican 49th
Lauren Grieve Conservative Democratic 50th
Merlyn Marston Social Republican 51st
Joachim Schroeder Conservative Democratic 52nd
Grace Marshall Conservative Democratic 53rd
Grover Christophers Conservative Democratic 54th
Franz Xaver Madison Conservative Democratic 55th
Karin Roderick Conservative Democratic 56th
Yewi
Bruce Stone Conservative Democratic 1st
Juan Lobo Conservative Democratic 2nd
Gayle Villa Conservative Democratic 3rd

Committees[edit]

Senate[edit]

  • Committee on Executive Appointments
  • Committee on Taxation

House[edit]

  • Committee on Congressional Administration
  • Committee on Agriculture
  • Committee on Appropriations
  • Committee on the Armed Forces and Veterans
  • Committee on Commerce
    • Subcommittee on Interstate Commerce
    • Subcommittee on Intrastate Commerce
  • Committee on Diplomacy
    • Subcommittee on Immigration from the California Republic
  • Committee on Ethics
    • Subcommittee on Public Sector Ethics
    • Subcommittee on Private Sector Ethics
  • Committee on Tenochtitlanese Affairs
    • Subcommittee on Immigration from Tenochtitlan
  • Committee on the Judiciary
  • Committee on Miscellany
  • Committee on National Resources
  • Committee on National Security
  • Committee on the National Budget
  • Committee on Oversight
  • Committee on Scientific Research
  • Committee on Small Businesses
  • Committee on Banks and Banking
  • Committee on Infrastructure and Public Works
  • Committee on Immigration
  • Committee on Ways and Means

Joint[edit]

  • Committee on Matters of State
  • Committee on the National Budget
  • Committee on Regulations and Administration

Proceedings[edit]

Legislation[edit]

H.C. 992: Government Solvency Act of 2020[edit]

An act to provide appropriations for functions of the federal government of Alcenia for the fiscal year of 2020, and for other purposes.

Status: Law

  • Introduced
    This bill was introduced into the House by Representative Leonard Seabrooke (CD-KW) on November 19, 2019.
  • Referred to committee
    This bill was referred to the Committee on the National Budget on November 20, 2019.
  • Passed House
    Passed the House of Commons on December 17, 2019 by a vote of 91-70.
    • House agreed to amendment on January 8, 2020 by a voice vote. No record made.
  • Passed Senate
    Passed the Senate with an amendment on December 21, 2019 by a vote of 15-7.
  • Signed by President
    Signed by President Grant Carlyle on January 11, 2020.

H. Res. 17: Condemning the Pornographic Industry[edit]

A resolution to condemn the pornography industry for its role in contributing to human trafficking and sexual abuse of young women and girls.

Status: Adopted by the House of Commons

  • Introduced
    This resolution was introduced into the House by Representative Samuel Richards (CD-VL) on December 6, 2019.
  • Passed House
    Adopted by the House of Commons on December 28, 2019 by a vote of 167-0

Text

H.C. 59: Government Solvency Act of 2019[edit]

An act to provide appropriations for functions of the federal government of Alcenia for the fiscal year of 2019, and for other purposes.

Status: Law

  • Introduced
    This bill was introduced into the House by Representative Tan Lacy (CD-IS) on January 14, 2019.
  • Referred to committee
    This bill was referred to the Committee on the National Budget on January 14, 2019 and passed on January 26, 2019.
  • Passed House
    Passed the House of Commons on January 28, 2019 by a vote of 96-71.
    • House agreed to amendment on February 4, 2019 by a vote of 92-47.
  • Passed Senate
    Passed the Senate with amendment on February 3, 2019 by a vote of 15-10.
  • Signed by President
    Signed by President Grant Carlyle on February 4, 2019.

H.C. 54: Bureaucrats with Disabilities Act[edit]

An act guarantee better accommodations for disabled employees of the Alcenian federal government and other public workers.

Status: Pending

  • Introduced
    This bill was introduced into the House by Representative Venetia Ruskin (SR-VL) on January 11, 2019.
  • Referred to committee
    This bill was referred to the Committee on Miscellany on January 12, 2019.
  • Passed House
  • Passed Senate
  • Signed by President

H.C. 3631: Making Polluters Pay and Water Decontamination Act[edit]

An act to compel polluters of our national resources to pay for their negligence and to decontaminate our natural water sources.

Status: Pending

  • Introduced
    This bill was introduced into the House by Representative Amy Lyon (SR-GF) on December 1, 2018.
  • Passed committee
  • Passed House
  • Passed Senate
  • Signed by President

Resolutions[edit]

H.J. Res. 203: Continuing Appropriations for 2019[edit]

A joint resolution to perpetuate appropriations made in the Government Solvency Act of 2018

Status: Law

  • Introduced
    This bill was introduced into the House by Representative Willam Shuute (CD-VL) on December 9, 2018.
  • Passed committee
    This bill was referred to the Joint Committee on Matters of State on December 10, 2018 and passed December 12, 2018.
  • Passed House
    Passed the House of Commons by a voice vote on December 15, 2018. No record made.
  • Passed Senate
    Passed the Senate by a voice vote on December 17, 2018. No record made.
  • Signed by President
    Signed by President Grant Carlyle on December 21, 2018.


Other matters[edit]

January 2020 Praetor election candidates[edit]

Social Republican Congressional Conference candidate
Jason Morris (VL-28)
Conservative Democratic Congressional Conference candidate
Debra Hurst (NV-27)

The election to officially nominate the House of Commons' candidate for Praetor will commence on January 6, 2020, The Social Republican Conference has put forward Jason Morris the representative from Vellonia's 28th riding while the Conservative Democratic Conference has put forward Debra Hurst, the representative from Nievia's 27th riding.

Morris is from Frontera Norte, Vellonia and was first elected to Congress in 2010. He has served on the Committee on National Resources, the Committee on Oversight, and served as Chairman of the Committee on the National Budget and as Ranking Member of the committee since the Conservative Democrats took the majority in 2019.

Hurst is from Riverview, Nievia and was first elected to Congress in 2012. She has served on the Committee on Congressional Administration, the Committee on Agriculture, and the Committee on the Judiciary.

January 2020 Praetor election[edit]

House of Commons vote

Candidate Votes
Debra Hurst 92
Jason Morris 73

Senate vote

Candidate Votes
Confirm 12
Reject 1
Abstain 9


Having been nominated by the House of Commons and confirmed by the majority of the Senate, Ms. Debra Natasha Hurst has been elected the 49th Praetor of Congress.

January 2019 Praetor election[edit]

House of Commons vote

Candidate Votes
James Brand (CD) 93
Sandra McClean (I) (SR) 75
Abstentions 1

Senate vote

Candidate Votes
Confirm 12
Reject 0
Abstain 10

Having been nominated by the House of Commons and confirmed by the majority of the Senate, Mr. James Kilgore Brand has been elected the 48th Praetor of Congress.

January 2019 Praetor election candidates[edit]

Social Republican Congressional Conference candidate
Sandra McClean (KG; incumbent)
Conservative Democratic Congressional Conference candidate
James Brand (KW)

The election to officially nominate the House of Commons' candidate for Praetor will commence on January 4, 2019, one day after the 76th Congress takes office. The Social Republican Conference has put forward the incumbent Praetor, Sandra McClean, the representative from Kalegav's 12th riding while the Conservative Democratic Conference has put forward James Brand, the representative from Keiwasta's 4th riding.

McClean has been in Congress for only three terms but quickly rose among her party's ranks to become the first female Praetor of Congress. As Praetor, she has led the opposition to President Carlyle's agenda and together with the Conservative Democratic leadership, passed through several bipartisan pieces of legislation that were signed into law by the President. She has served on the Joint Committee on the National Budget, helping to pass the first balanced budget in 45 years, the House Committee on Ethics, and the Joint Committee on Regulations and Administration.

Brand has been in Congress for nearly 30 years and is currently the oldest person in Congress at the age of 84. He has served on the House Committee for Tenochtitlanese Affairs, the House Committee on National Security, the House Committee on the Armed Forces and Veterans, and the Joint Committee on Matters of State, garnering a reputation as a shrewd negotiator who has earned enormous respect of both aisles of Congress.

Welcome to the 76th Congress[edit]

Members of the House of Commons and the Senate will take their oaths of office today, January 3, 2019, representing their districts and states and continuing the tradition of public service. We wish them the best of luck and and a productive term in office. We also pay a farewell and a wholehearted 'thank you' to the outgoing members of Congress, who we know gave their best in service to their constituents and to their country. We also look forward to the election of the next Praetor of Congress tomorrow, January 4. The House will hold their vote on their official nomination Friday morning. The Senate will then vote to confirm or reject the House's choice a few hours later. The results will be posted here, as usual.

Officials[edit]

Praetor of Congress Debra Hurst (NV-27)
Praetor of Congress pro tempore: Colin Specht (VL-21)
Comptroller of Congress: Karen Revie

Senate[edit]

Clerk of the Senate: Wes Habich
Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate: Theo Knef
Administrator of the Senate: Katherine Blumenthal
Chaplain of the Senate: Fr. Andrew Eason

House[edit]

Clerk of the House of Commons: Marius Lorenz
Sergeant-at-Arms of the House of Commons: Arnold Hampton
Administrator of the House of Commons: Graham Cooper
Compiler of the House of Commons: Theresa Reeves
Chaplain of the House of Commons: Rev. Glenn Dawson