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Information on
Representative Ed Whitfield
of Congressional District number 1 of Kentucky

[Ed Whitfield]
Extended Contact Information Political Profile
DC Address:The Honorable Ed Whitfield
United States House of Representatives
2184 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515-1701
DC Phone:202-225-3115
DC Fax:202-225-3547
Contact Representative Whitfield:https://whitfield.house.gov/contact/email-me
WWW Homepage:http://whitfield.house.gov/
Twitter:@RepEdWhitfield

Fulltime District Offices:
    100 Fountain Avenue, Room 104
Paducah, KY 42001
Voice: 270-442-6901
FAX: 270-442-6805

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    222 First Street, Suite 224
Henderson, KY 42420
Voice: 270-826-4180
FAX: 270-826-6783

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    200 North Main Street, Suite F
Thompkinsville, KY 42167
Voice: 270-487-9509
FAX: 270-487-0019

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    1403 South Main Street
Hopkinsville, KY 42240
Voice: 270-885-8079
FAX: 270-885-8598

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Party:Republican
Leadership:None
Freshman:No
First Elected To Office:November 8, 1994
Year of Next Election:November 4, 2014
Previous Political Work:Kentucky House of Representative
Committee Membership:
   House Committee on Energy and Commerce - 2
    Subcommittee on Energy and Power - Chair
    Subcommittee on Environment and Economy - 3
    Subcommittee on Health - 2

Office Staff Personal Bio
Chief of Staff:Cory Hicks
Scheduler:Emma Heydlauff
Legislative Director: Taylor Booth
Press Secretary: Marty Irby
Gender:Male
Hometown:Hopkinsville
Birth:On May 25, 1943
in Hopkinsville, KY
Professional Experience
(including Military):
Army Reserve
Attorney
Education:Wesley Theological Seminary
JD, University of Kentucky
BS, University of Kentucky
Family:Wife, Connie Harriman
Faith:Not Available