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Peter Hoekstra, Ranking Member
 
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U.S. Congressman (Republican)
 
2nd District of Michigan
 
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Congressman Peter Hoekstra
Ranking Member, House Permanent Select
Committee on Intelligence


A member of the Committee since 2001, Hoekstra is responsible for providing Congressional oversight as the United States battles a global war on terror and Congress works to modernize and reform the U.S. Intelligence Community.

      Hoekstra’s passport lists countries such as Cuba, Syria, Israel, Uzbekistan, Egypt, Ukraine, Kuwait, Turkey, Jordan, Libya, Afghanistan and most recently Iraq to lead a congressional delegation to meet with Iraqi leaders prior to the June 30 transfer of sovereignty.

      As a former Vice President at Herman Miller, he is one of the few former Fortune 500 business executives in Congress, bringing a unique blend of experience and perspective to Washington since he was first elected in 1992.

      He currently lives in Holland, Mich. with his wife and three children. Born in Groningen, the Netherlands, and having immigrated with his family to Michigan with his family at 3 years old, he is one of the few members of Congress who was not born in the United States.