Infield Elected 2006 Home: Waterloo, Iowa Hits R | Throws R | Votes L
Braley will wear the uniform of the Cedar Rapids Kernels, a Class A minor-league affiliate of the Minnesota Twins. This year’s Congressional Baseball Game is the first game during which Braley has represented Cedar Rapids (after congressional redistricting).
Outfield/Infield Elected 2012 Home: Granger, Ind. Hits R | Throws L | Votes L
First elected to the House in 2006, Donnelly will wear jerseys from the University of Evansville and the University of Indianapolis. The jerseys represent two communities he is proud to now serve as Indiana’s newest senator.
Manager Elected 1994 Home: Forest Hills, Pa. Hits R | Throws R | Votes L
The longtime manager will be wearing the uniform of his beloved Pittsburgh Pirates, No. 14 because he represents the 14th District. If he were to wear the number of his favorite player, he said it would be 21, for Pittsburgh Hall of Fame player Roberto Clemente.
Pitcher/Outfield Elected 2012 Home: Jupiter, Fla. Hits R | Throws R | Votes L
Murphy will wear an Indian River State College Pioneers jersey, No. 15. The college’s main campus is in Florida’s 18th District, which Murphy represents.
Rep. Beto O’Rourke
Outfield Elected 2012 Home: El Paso, Texas Hits R | Throws R | Votes L
O’Rourke will be wearing an El Paso High School jersey. His office held a contest on its Facebook page asking people to vote for the high-school jersey the congressman should wear to the game, and the winning school was El Paso High.
Outfield Elected 2012 Home: Dublin, Calif. Hits R | Throws R | Votes L
Swalwell will be wearing a jersey of Hayward High School, located in the western part of his district. He’ll be wearing No. 15 in honor of the 15th District. Hayward High’s mascot is the Farmers, reflecting the city’s agricultural history.
James Jones, communications director for DC Vote, tapes a "DC Constituents Service Day" sign on the wall as he stands with other DC residents outside of Rep. Andy Harris's office on Capitol Hill to protest Harris' actions against D.C.'s marijuana laws on Thursday, July 24, 2014. DC Vote encouraged DC residents to bring their complaints about city services to the Maryland congressman.