Committees and Caucuses


In the current 118th Congress, Don serves on the House Committee on Agriculture and House Committee on Armed Services:

The House Agriculture Committee has general jurisdiction over federal agriculture policy including agriculture, forestrynutrition, water conservation, and other agriculture-related fields.  The Committee can recommend funding appropriations for various governmental agencies, programs, and activities, as defined by House rules.  I currently serve on the following subcommittees:

The House Armed Services Committee is responsible for policy related to defense policy generally; ongoing military operations; the organization and reform of the Department of Defense and Department of Energy; counter-drug programs; acquisition and industrial base policy; technology transfer and export controls; joint interoperability; the Cooperative Threat Reduction program; Department of Energy nonproliferation programs; and detainee affairs and policy. I currently serve on the following subcommittees:


What is a Caucus?

A caucus is an organization made up of Members of Congress interested in a particular issue or set of issues. Caucuses sponsor educational activities, such as briefings on timely topics or pending legislation, and sometimes encourage legislative action that will advance their members’ common goals.

Caucus Leadership

I am an active leader of the following caucuses:

Caucus Membership

I am humbled to be member of the following caucuses: