Caucus Memberships

Democratic Caucus – works with every Democratic member of the House of Representatives to help achieve consensus, bring their ideas and work to the forefront and ensure members have the tools they need to implement their goals.  It is the only subgroup within the House of which every Democrat is a Member.

Congressional Asian Pacific Am​erican Caucus (CAPAC) – is committed to promote and secure equal rights for not only Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI), but all Americans.  Additionally, CAPAC has served to educate other Members of Congress about the history, contributions and concerns of AAPIs.

Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) – aims to address national and international issues and the impact these policies have on the Hispanic community.  The Caucus is dedicated to voicing and advancing, through the legislative process, issues affecting Hispanics in the United States and Puerto Rico.

American Citizens Abroad Caucus – bipartisan group formed to address the concerns of several million US citizens living outside the United States.

Bipartisan Disabilities Caucus – serves as a groundbreaking forum for Members of Congress and their staff to discuss the many issues affecting people with disabilities.  The primary purpose of the Caucus is to inform, educate and raise awareness on issues affecting people with disabilities.

Coalition for Autism Research and Education (C.A.R.E.) – Congressional Membership Organization dedicated to autism advocacy on Capitol Hill.

Community College Caucus – recognizes that community colleges play an important and distinctive role in the American education system.  The purpose of the CCC is to raise awareness about the unique role of community colleges within the American educational system.

Congressional Arts Caucus – A bipartisan organization for Members of Congress who support the arts through federal initiatives.

Congressional Career & Technical Education Caucus – to enhance awareness in Congress of the importance of career and technical education in preparing a well-educated and skilled workforce in America.

Congressional Children’s Caucus – seeks to build awareness around the issue of missing and exploited children for the purpose of finding children who are currently missing and to prevent future abductions. A voice that will produce and push legislation for quality education and health care, fight against child abuse, tackle juvenile crime, hunger and homelessness.

Congressional Children’s Health Care Caucus – advances legislative initiatives that provide access to health coverage, ensure preventative care, seek cures for debilitating diseases and chronic conditions, and promote healthy living habits for America’s children.

Congressional Correctional Officers Caucus

Congressional Diabetes Caucus – The mission of the caucus is to educate members of Congress and their staff about diabetes and to support legislative activities that would improve diabetes research, education and treatment.

Congressional Down Syndrome Caucus – The mission of the Congressional Down Syndrome Caucus is to educate members of Congress and their staff about Down syndrome. The Caucus will support legislative activities that would improve Down syndrome research, education and treatment and promote public policies that would enhance the quality of life for those with Down syndrome.

Congressional E-Learning Caucus – raising awareness in Congress about the nature and value of e-learning across the educational spectrum, and encouraging public policy that supports the development of e-learning to provide increased access to high-quality learning opportunities.

Congressional Green Schools Caucus – was formed to educate and inform members of Congress on the benefits of improved energy-efficient construction on the nation's new and existing school buildings.

Congressional Human Trafficking Caucus

Congressional Humanities Caucus – aims to ensure the vitality of the humanities in American life and to provide a forum for Members of Congress to engage in the humanities in current public policy issues. Members of the caucus work together to strengthen the nation’s awareness of history, literature, languages, philosophy, ethics, religion, anthropology, government, linguistics, and other humanities disciplines.

Congressional Internet Caucus – a bipartisan group of over 100 members of the House and Senate working to educate their colleagues about the promise and potential of the Internet.

Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus – works toward the extension of equal rights, the repeal of discriminatory laws, the elimination of hate-motivated violence, and the improved health and well being for all regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.

Congressional Military Family Caucus – recognizes that when a service member joins the military, it is not just a job; it is a family commitment to our country.  Caucus goal is to address issues such as education, childcare, healthcare, spouse employment, etc.

Congressional National Parks Caucus

Congressional Native American Caucus

Congressional Nursing Caucus – The Caucus provides a non-partisan forum for the discussion of issues that impact the nursing profession, and helps members of Congress who care about these issues to come together to address them.

Congressional Out of Poverty Caucus – The COPC is committed to increasing awareness about and finding bi- partisan legislative solutions to eliminating poverty in the United States.

Congressional Pediatric Cancer Caucus – The mission of the bipartisan Pediatric Cancer Caucus is to serve as a clearinghouse for information on pediatric cancer and a forum to aid Members of Congress in working together to address pediatric cancer.

Congressional PORTS Caucus – The Congressional Ports Opportunity, Renewal, Trade, and Security (PORTS) Caucus aims to promote the importance of our ports to the nation’s economy and the need to secure them.

Congressional Rural Caucus – The CRC is a bipartisan coalition of Members of Congress committed to strengthening and revitalizing rural communities across America.

Congressional School Health and Safety Caucus – promotes school health and safety, such as improving nutrition in schools.

Congressional Service Caucus

Congressional Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics Education Caucus – The mission of the Caucus is to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education in general. This includes issues in all areas of STEM education such as K-12, higher and graduate education, and workforce and industry-related issues.

Congressional Social Work Caucus – represents the interests of over 650,000 professional social workers nationwide and serves as a congressionally-approved bipartisan group of Members of Congress dedicated to maintaining and strengthening social work services in the United States.

Congressional Task Force on Alzheimer's Disease – Bicameral Task Force with the mission of improving the lives of those affected by Alzheimer’s through increased funding for research and increased support to Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers.

Congressional Travel and Tourism Caucus

Congressional Transparency Caucus – seeks to enact legislation that will bring openness and accessibility to the federal government.

Congressional TRIO Caucus – provides a forum to collaborate on issues relevant to helping low-income, first-generation students, including students with disabilities and military veterans, successfully pursue a postsecondary education.

Congressional Victim's Rights Caucus – a bi-partisan caucus that advocates for crime victims and law enforcement officials.

Congressional Wildlife Refuges Caucus – Bipartisan caucus works to raise awareness of our Refuge System, support adequate Refuge System budgets, and ensure the sustained growth of the Refuge System for future generations.

Financial and Economic Literacy Caucus – The goal of the Caucus is to improve the financial literacy and economic education of all individuals across the United States during all stages of their lives.

Friends of New Zealand Congressional Caucus – a bipartisan working group that works to strengthen the economic, political, and social links between the United States and New Zealand.

General Aviation Caucus – primary goal of the is to work with pilots, aircraft owners, the general aviation community and relevant government agencies to ensure that a safe and vibrant environment exists for general aviation in our country.

House Adult Literacy Caucus – aims to bring attention to the adult literacy issue and promote local, national, and global adult literacy initiatives.

House Army Caucus

House Marine Sanctuary Caucus

House Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Caucus – serves as an effective vehicle for disseminating information about renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies.

International Conservation Caucus – founded with a commitment to helping the United States lead public and private international partnerships that provide stewardship of natural resources for habitat and bio-diversity protection, poverty reduction, economic development and regional security.

Library of Congress Caucus – The Library of Congress Congressional Caucus drawa members' attention to the nation’s library and its unparalleled collections and knowledgeable curators and to encourage further use of these extraordinary resources.

Military Sexual Assault Prevention Caucus – provides a bipartisan forum for all Members of Congress to learn about the problem of sexual assaults in the miitary, work with the Department of Defense to shape policy, and create legislative solutions that improve Servicemember morale and welfare.

Military Veterans Caucus – bipartisan caucus focuses on a wide variety of issues that concern America’s veterans, military retirees and active duty personnel and their families, as well as issues pertaining to U.S. national security.

National Guard and Reserve Components Caucus – formed to serve on behalf of National Guard and Reserve members as their voice in Congress on defense issues and to undertake the pursuit of common legislative and research objectives.

Public Works and Infrastructure Caucus – bipartisan Congressional caucus serves as a forum to discuss the importance of public works in providing our nation’s communities with the essential services necessary for supporting a high quality of life. This caucus brings attention to the need for greater investment in our nation's critical infrastructure that is so vital to our economic prosperity.

Religious Minorities in the Middle East Caucus

Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission – promote, defend and advocate internationally recognized human rights norms in a nonpartisan manner, both within and outside of Congress.

U.S.-Philippines Friendship Caucus – A bipartisan network of Members who support the U.S.-Philippines alliance and promote the interests and welfare of Filipino Americans.

US-China Working Group - seeks to build diplomatic relations with China and educate Members of Congress through meetings and briefings with business, academic and political leaders from the U.S. and China.