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The Clerk Today
The Clerk is elected every 2 years at the beginning of each new Congress, following the election of the Speaker. Upon taking the Oath of Office, the Clerk and other House officers begin serving their 2-year terms.

Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives
The Honorable Lorraine C. Miller

Lorraine C. Miller

Mailing address: U.S. Capitol, Room H154, Washington, DC 20515

Website: http://clerk.house.gov

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Challenge Question
Go on the Clerk's main site and find the list of Clerks that have served in the House since the beginning of Congress.

Has there ever been a Clerk from your state?


Parents & Teachers
Tools for Learning

Did You Know?
A Little Known Fact
The Clerk is in charge of the display of fine arts in the House and House wing of the Capitol! Learn more in Time Warp: Art.

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Take a Trip!
Find your state statue! Go on a Field Trip to Statuary Hall.

Glossary Terms
Key Words
Use the glossary to learn key terms.

Joint Resolution
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