J.D. (J.D.) Vance (R)
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Capitol: 202.224.3353
FAX: 202.224.9075
District: 567.304.3777
Room 288 RSOB- Russell Senate Office Building 2 Constitution Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20510-3507
Elected: 2022    Next Election: 2028
Spouse: Usha Chilukuri Vance   DOB: 8/2/1984
Committee Assignments
MemberJoint Economic Committee
MemberSenate Subcommittee on Space and Science
MemberSenate Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Protection
MemberSenate Subcommittee on Oceans, Fisheries, Climate Change, and Manufacturing
MemberSenate Special Committee on Aging
MemberSenate Subcommittee on Housing, Transportation, and Community Development
MemberSenate Subcommittee on Securities, Insurance, and Investment
MemberSenate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs
MemberSenate Subcommittee on Communications, Media, and Broadband
MemberSenate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation


JD Vance is a United States Senator for the great state of Ohio. He was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2022 and sworn into office on January 3rd, 2023.

JD was born and raised in Middletown, Ohio, a once flourishing American manufacturing town where Ohioans could live content, middle-class lives on single incomes. Over time, many of those good jobs disappeared, and JD's family suffered the effects along with many others.

Turbulence was common at home and at school. His grandmother, called Mamaw, was his saving grace. Her tough love and discipline kept him on the straight and narrow. A "blue dog" Democrat, she owned 19 handguns and nurtured a deep Christian faith in herself and her family. She died in 2005, shortly after JD enlisted in the United States Marine Corps.

JD went on to serve our nation in the Iraq War, then graduated from The Ohio State University and Yale Law School. He wrote a bestselling book, Hillbilly Elegy, which was turned into a Netflix movie. He also started a business dedicated to growing jobs and opportunity in the American heartland.

JD believes Ohioans deserve better. And he aims to fight for it in the U.S. Senate.