Who’s on the Committee Holding Impeachment Hearings?

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The House of Representatives Intelligence Committee is the committee which is investigating the president by calling witnesses and gathering evidence. After gathering this evidence, the entire House of Representatives will vote to proceed with the process of impeachment by sending articles of impeachment to the Senate.

Check out the source, Roll Call, for bios about the listed members.

The Democrats
Adam Schiff, California, Chair
Jim Himes, Connecticut
Terri Sewell, Alabama
André Carson, Indiana
Jackie Speier, California
Mike Quigley, Illinois
Eric Swalwell, California
Joaquin Castro, Texas
Denny Heck, Washington
Sean Patrick Maloney, New York
Val Demings, Florida
Raja Krishnamoorthi, Illinois
Peter Welch, Vermont
The Republicans
Devin Nunes, California, Ranking Member
Mike Conaway, Texas
Mike Turner, Ohio
Brad Wenstrup, Ohio
Chris Stewart, Utah
Rick Crawford, Arkansas (Temporarily removed from the committee for the duration of impeachment proceedings)
Elise Stefanik, New York
Will Hurd, Texas
John Ratcliffe, Texas
Jim Jordan, Ohio (Temporarily sitting on the committee for the duration of impeachment proceedings)

The hearings will open with 90-minute rounds of questioning, led by Chairman Adam B. Schiff and top Republican member Devin Nunes or their designees, alternating between parties every 45 minutes.

After the leaders’ questioning ends, the remaining members — 12 Democrats and 8 Republicans — get five minutes each to ask questions or comment, alternating between parties.

Roll Call or Wikipedia give brief bios of of each member; from year to year, the members may change; this list is for the present 116th House of Representatives. This is the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee– naturally the Senate has different committees, rules and members, which we’ll see if the Senate votes to try the President after this process the House is undergoing, that of gathering testimony and other evidence.

Source: Roll Call or Wikipedia. Also note Media Bias Fact Check: