11 New House Caucuses Register from July to October 2010

In the U.S. House of Representatives, one of the primary means by which a member of Congress can demonstrate an interest in an issue, besides the writing or supporting of a bill — is membership in a Congressional Member Organization, also known as a CMO or less formally as a “caucus.” As the 111th Congress winds down with election activity following a summer recess, the registration of new caucuses with the Committee on House Administration is also winding down, with a relatively meager 11 new caucus registrations for the 111th Congress between July 18 and October 14, 2010, bringing the total number of official caucuses to 335.

Our ongoing compilation of a full list of House caucuses in the 111th Congress, including websites and membership lists where they have been made public, is available here. The following are the newest Congressional Member Organizations registered in the 111th Congress, with registrations submitted from July 18 – October 14, 2010:

Commission on Divided Families: website; no list of members

Congressional Caucus on Armenian Issues: no primary website, private webpage with list of members

Congressional Caucus on Lumber: no website; no list of members

Congressional Kidney Caucus: website; list of members

Congressional Motorsport Caucus: no website; no list of members

Congressional Ski and Snowboard Caucus: no website; no list of members

Electromagnetic Pulse Caucus: no website; no list of members

House Tea Party Caucus: no website; list of members

Tax Equity Caucus: no website; no list of members

The Freedom Caucus: no website; no list of members

Venezuela Democracy Caucus: no website; no list of members

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