Wearing a “Member-elect” name tag, Republican Dan Newhouse of Washington state stood outside the Capitol Hill Hotel in Washington as members of the media waited to catch a glimpse of other newly elected members of Congress on Wednesday. Newhouse showed up for freshmen orientation this week as he prepares to replace Republican Rep. Doc Hastings, who’s retiring.
Wearing a “Member-elect” name tag, Republican Dan Newhouse of Washington state stood outside the Capitol Hill Hotel in Washington as members of the media waited to catch a glimpse of other newly elected members of Congress on Wednesday. Newhouse showed up for freshmen orientation this week as he prepares to replace Republican Rep. Doc Hastings, who’s retiring. McClatchy
Wearing a “Member-elect” name tag, Republican Dan Newhouse of Washington state stood outside the Capitol Hill Hotel in Washington as members of the media waited to catch a glimpse of other newly elected members of Congress on Wednesday. Newhouse showed up for freshmen orientation this week as he prepares to replace Republican Rep. Doc Hastings, who’s retiring. McClatchy

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