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U.S. Congressional Materials at UC Berkeley: Congressional Members

This guide provides information on locating U.S. Congressional Materials within the UC Berkeley Library.

Biographical Information

Quorum

Quorum can help you determine relationships amongst legislators in the U.S. Congress.  It allows you to track legislators social media posts, who legislators work with and on what topics/issues.  You can also discover which legislators are the champions of issues like abortion rights, LGBT rights, military policy, and hundreds of others.  Relationships can be graphically displayed.  This database is limited to those with a berkeley.edu email address, and 20 simultaneous users.

Congressional Members--News and Social Media

Not all policy debates happen on the floor of Congress.  Congressional members release statements, give interviews, and employ several social media strategies to get their points across.  The following are some sources you can use to track what congressional members say outside of Congress.