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The Weekly Democratic Address is delivered by a different prominent Democrat each week, in response to the Weekly Address of the President of the United States during a Republican presidency. When a Democrat has held the Presidency, the President delivers the weekly address, such as occurred during 2009-2017 under Barack Obama.

George W. Bush

2001 Weekly Democratic Address speakers

Republican President George W. Bush was inaugurated on January 20. While Democrats held a majority in the Senate until Inauguration Day, Republicans received a majority of seats in both the House and Senate following the inauguration.

Date Speakers State Position Notes Reference(s)
January 27 Richard Gephardt Missouri House House Democratic Leader [1]
February 3 Thomas Daschle South Dakota Senate Senate Democratic Leader [2]
February 10 Kent Conrad North Dakota Senate [3]
February 17 Charles Rangel New York House [4]
February 24 Thomas Vilsack Iowa Governor [5]
March 3 John Spratt South Carolina House Ranking Member of the House Budget Committee [6]
March 17 Bob Menendez New Jersey House [7]
March 24 Russell Feingold Wisconsin Senate [8]
March 31 Gary Locke Washington Governor [9]
April 8 Jeff Bingaman and Jay Inslee New Mexico (Bingaman) and Washington (Inslee) Senate (Bingaman) and House (Inslee) First Weekly Address that is spoken by more than one person [10]
April 21 David Bonior Michigan House [11]
April 28 Patty Murray Washington Senate [12]
May 5 Terry McAulliffe Virginia Democratic National Committee Chairman [13]
May 12 Nita Lowey New York House [14]
May 19 Gray Davis California Governor [15]
June 2 Anna Eshoo California House [16]
June 9 John Edwards North Carolina Senate [17]
June 16 Richard Gephardt Missouri House House Democratic Leader [18]
June 23 Thomas Harkin Iowa Senate [19]
July 7 John Dingell Michigan House [20]
July 14 Tim Johnson South Dakota Senate [21]
July 21 James Turner Texas House [22]
July 28 Jean Carnahan Missouri Senate [23]
August 4 Terry McAuliffe Virginia Democratic National Committee Chairman [24]
August 18 Paul Wellstone Minnesota Senate [25]
August 25 John Spratt South Carolina House [26]
September 1 Mary Landrieu Louisiana Senate [27]
September 8 Ed Pastor Arizona House [28]
September 16 Hillary Clinton and Chuck Schumer New York (Both) Senate First Weekly Address since the September 11 Attacks [29]
September 29 James Hahn California Mayor Mayor of Los Angeles [30]
October 6 Martin Frost Texas House [31]
October 13 Thomas Daschle South Dakota Senate Senate Democratic Leader [32]
October 20 Nancy Pelosi California House [33]
October 28 Thomas Daschle South Dakota Senate [34]
November 3 Mark Green New York Former Commissioner and Democratic Mayoral Candidate Democratic Candidate for the 2001 New York City Mayoral Elections. Later lost to Michael Bloomberg [35]
November 10 Shelley Berkley Nevada House [36]
November 17 Jean Carnahan Missouri Senate [37]
November 24 Juanita McDonald California House [38]
December 1 Harry Reid Nevada Senate [39]
December 15 Thomas Daschle South Dakota Senate Senate Democratic Leader [40]
December 29 David Bonior Michigan House [41]

2002 Weekly Democratic Address speakers

Date Speakers State Position Notes Reference(s)
January 6 Byron L. Dorgan North Dakota Senate [42]
January 12 Michael Ross Arkansas House [43]
January 19 Terry McAuliffe Virginia Democratic National Committee Chairman [44]
January 26 Byron L. Dorgan North Dakota Senate [45]
February 24 Jim Matheson Utah House [46]
March 2 Jay Rockefeller West Virginia Senate [47]
March 9 Edward J. O'Brien Pennsylvania House Candidate Democratic Candidate for the House of Representatives in Pennsylvania's 15th congressional district. Later lost to incumbent Representative Pat Toomey. [48]
March 17 Tim Johnson South Dakota Senate [49]
March 24 Antonio Villaraigosa California Speaker Emeritus Former Speaker of the California Assembly [50]
March 30 Robert Matsui California House [51]
April 6 Edward Kennedy Massachusetts Senate [52]
April 13 John Conyers Michigan House [53]
May 4 Shelley Berkley Nevada House [54]
June 1 Bill Bradbury Oregon Oregon Secretary of State and Senate Candidate Was running for Senate in Oregon. Later lost the election to incumbent Republican Senator Gordon H. Smith [55]
June 8 Richard Gephardt Missouri House [56]
June 15 Bob Graham and Zell Miller Florida (Graham) and Georgia (Miller) Senate (Both) [57]
June 22 John Dingell Michigan House [58]
June 29 Paul Sarbanes Maryland Senate [59]
July 13 David Phelps Illinois House [60]
July 20 Paul Wellstone Minnesota Senate [61]
July 27 Rosa DeLauro Connecticut House [62]
August 24 Chellie Pingree Maine Senate Candidate Later lost to incumbent Senator Susan Collins [63]
December 8 Maria Cantwell Washington State Senate [64]
December 14 Bob Menendez New Jersey House [65]
December 20 Harry Reid Nevada Senate [66]
December 28 Hillary Clinton New York Senate [67]

2003 Weekly Democratic Address speakers

Date Speakers State Position Notes Reference(s)
April 19 Elijah Cummings Maryland House
April 26 Stephanie Tubbs Jones Ohio House
May 24 Tom Daschle South Dakota Senate
July 26 Tom Daschle South Dakota Senate
August 2 Mark Warner Virginia Governor
August 9 Charles Stenholm Texas House
August 16 Artur Davis Alabama House
August 23 Chuck Schumer New York Senate
August 31 Sherrod Brown Ohio House
September 6 Gray Davis California Governor
September 13 Jane Harman California House
September 20 Leticia Van de Putte Texas State Senator
September 27 Patty Murray Washington Senate
October 4 Tim Holden Pennsylvania Governor
October 11 Baron Hill Indiana House
October 18 Douglas H. Palmer New Jersey Mayor of Trenton
October 25 Patrick Leahy Vermont Senate
November 1 Ronnie Musgrove Mississippi Governor
November 8 Chet Edwards Texas House
November 15 Barbara Boxer California Senate
November 22 Richard Perkins Nevada State Representative
November 28 John Tanner Tennessee House
December 6 Darlene Hooley Oregon House
December 13 Harry Reid Nevada Senate
December 20 Barbara Mikulski Maryland Senate
December 27 Tom Vilsack Iowa Governor

2004 Weekly Democratic Address speakers

Date Speakers State Position Notes Reference(s)
January 3 Tim Bishop New York House
January 10 Jim Doyle Wisconsin Governor
January 17 Michael Michaud Maine House
January 31 Brad Miller North Carolina House
February 7 Kwame Kilpatrick Michigan Mayor of Detroit
February 14 Tom Vilsack Iowa Governor
February 21 Janet Napolitano Arizona Governor
March 6 John Kerry Massachusetts Senate
March 13 Ted Kennedy Massachusetts Senate
March 20 Jennifer Granholm Michigan Governor
March 27 Nancy Pelosi California House
April 3 John Kerry Massachusetts Senate
April 10 Carl Levin Michigan Senate
April 17 John Kerry Massachusetts Senate
April 24 Mark Udall Colorado House
May 1 Paul Rieckhoff Washington, D.C. writer
May 8 Wesley Clark Washington, D.C. General of the United States Army
May 15 John Kerry Massachusetts Senate
May 22 John Kerry Massachusetts Senate
May 29 John Kerry Massachusetts Senate
June 12 John Kerry Massachusetts Senate
June 19 Nick Lampson Texas House
June 26 Barack Obama Illinois State Senator
July 3 John Kerry Massachusetts Senate
July 10 John Edwards North Carolina Senate
July 17 Jan Schakowsky Illinois Senate
July 24 John Kerry Massachusetts Senate
July 31 Merrill McPeak Washington, D.C. Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force
August 14 Maria Cantwell Washington Senate
August 21 John Edwards North Carolina Senate
August 28 Earl Pomeroy North Dakota House
September 4 John Kerry Massachusetts Senate
September 18 Betty Castor Florida Senate candidate
October 2 John Edwards North Carolina Senate
October 9 Steny Hoyer Maryland House
October 16 John Edwards North Carolina Senate
October 23 John Kerry Massachusetts Senate
October 30 John Kerry Massachusetts Senate
November 6 Nancy Pelosi California House
November 13 Chet Edwards Texas House
November 20 Harry Reid Nevada Senate
November 27 Tom Vilsack Iowa Governor
December 4 Bob Menendez New Jersey House
December 11 Donna Brazile Louisiana Democratic National Committee
December 18 Dick Durbin Illinois Senate
December 25 Bill Richardson New Mexico Governor

2005 Weekly Democratic Address speakers

Date Speakers State Position Notes Reference(s)
January 8 Charles Rangel New York House
January 15 Debbie Stabenow Michigan Senate
January 22 Christine Gregoire Washington Governor
January 29 Ike Skelton Missouri House
February 5 Terry McAuliffe Virginia Democratic National Committee
February 12 Chuck Schumer New York Senate
February 19 John Spratt South Carolina House
February 25 Brian Schweitzer Montana Governor
March 5 Kent Conrad North Dakota Senate
March 12 James Roosevelt New York Social Security Administrator
March 19 Ed Rendell Pennsylvania Governor
March 26 Sander Levin Michigan House
April 2 George Mitchell Maine Senate
April 9 Harry Reid Nevada Senate
April 23 Ed Markey Massachusetts House
April 30 Mario Cuomo New York Former Governor
May 7 Chuck Schumer New York Senate
May 14 Bill Richardson New Mexico Governor
May 21 Kendrick Meek Florida Senate
May 28 Wesley Clark Washington, D.C. General of the United States Army
June 4 Byron Dorgan North Dakota Senate
June 11 Phil Bredesen Tennessee Governor
June 18 Bob Etheridge North Carolina House
June 25 Zbigniew Brzezinski Virginia National Security Advisor
July 2 Patty Murray Washington Senate
July 9 Harry Reid Nevada Senate
July 23 Larry Johnson Washington, D.C. Former analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency
July 30 Daniel Inouye Hawaii Senate
August 6 John Lewis Georgia House
August 13 John Salazar Colorado House
August 20 Max Cleland Georgia Senate
August 27 Ted Kennedy Massachusetts Senate
September 3 Charles Melancon Louisiana House
September 10 Bennie Thompson Mississippi House
September 17 Kathleen Blanco Louisiana Governor
September 24 Blanche Lincoln Arkansas Senate
October 1 Maria Cantwell Washington Senate
October 8 Rosa DeLauro Connecticut House
October 22 Mark Pryor Arkansas Senate
October 29 John Dingell Michigan House
November 5 Barbara Mikulski Maryland Senate
November 19 Dennis Cardoza California House
November 26 Christine Gregoire Washington Governor
December 24 Jim Clyburn South Carolina House
December 31 Nancy Pelosi California House

2006 Weekly Democratic Address speakers

Date Speakers State Position Notes Reference(s)
January 7 Louise Slaughter New York House
January 14 Dick Durbin Illinois Senate
January 21 Harry Reid Nevada Senate
January 28 Henry Waxman California House
February 4 Jennifer Granholm Michigan Governor
February 11 Bob Menendez New Jersey Senate
February 18 Patsy Madrid New Mexico Attorney General of New Mexico
February 25 Jon Corzine New Jersey Governor
March 4 Francine Busby California House candidate
March 11 Howard Dean Vermont Democratic National Committee
March 18 Dianne Feinstein California Senate
March 25 Marion Barry Arkansas House
April 1 Wesley Clark Washington, D.C. NATO
April 8 Steny Hoyer Maryland House
April 15 Hilda Solis California House
April 22 Bill Nelson Florida House
April 29 Bart Stupak Michigan House
May 6 Maria Cantwell Washington Senate
May 13 Ron Klein Florida State Senator
May 20 Mike Honda California House
June 3 Peter Welch Vermont House
June 10 Harry Reid Nevada Senate
June 17 Nancy Pelosi California House
June 24 Howard Dean Vermont Democratic National Committee
July 1 Jim Webb Virginia Senate candidate
July 8 Bruce Braley Iowa House
July 15 Claire McCaskill Missouri Senate
July 22 Diana DeGette California House
July 29 Bill Richardson New Mexico Governor
August 5 Ken Salazar Colorado Senate
August 26 Mary Landrieu Louisiana Senate
September 2 Bennie Thompson Mississippi House
September 16 Chris Murphy Connecticut House candidate
September 30 Tammy Duckworth Illinois House candidate
October 7 Patty Wetterling Minnesota House candidate
October 14 Patrick Murphy Pennsylvania House candidate
October 21 Diane Farrell Connecticut House candidate
November 4 Lois Murphy Pennsylvania House candidate
November 11 Howard Dean Vermont Democratic National Committee
November 18 Harry Reid Nevada Senate
November 25 Steny Hoyer Maryland House
December 2 Jim Wallis Washington, D.C. editor in chief of Sojourners magazine
December 9 Silvestre Reyes Texas House
December 16 William Perry Pennsylvania United States Secretary of Defense
December 23 Evan Bayh Indiana Senate
December 30 Jerry McNerney California House elect

2007 Weekly Democratic Address speakers

Date Speakers State Position Notes Reference(s)
January 6 Harry Reid Nevada Majority Leader of the United States Senate
January 10 Dick Durbin Illinois Senate
January 13 Tim Walz Minnesota Senate
January 20 Brian Schweitzer Montana Governor
January 27 Antonio Villaraigosa California Mayor of Los Angeles
February 3 Jim Clyburn South Carolina House
February 17 Christopher Carney Pennsylvania House
February 24 Richard C. Holbrooke New York Ambassador to the UN
March 10 Harry Mitchell Arizona House
March 17 Patty Murray Washington Senate
March 24 Paul Hodes New Hampshire House
March 31 Andrew Horne Kentucky U.S. Marine Corps Reserves Lieutenant Colonel and Attorney
April 7 Howard Dean Vermont Democratic National Committee
April 14 Rahm Emanuel Illinois House
April 21 Amy Klobuchar Minnesota Senate
April 28 William Odom Washington, D.C. Lieutenant General
May 5 Chuck Schumer New York Senate
May 12 Melvyn S. Montano New York United States Air Force
May 19 Rosa DeLauro Connecticut House
May 26 Elliott Anderson Nevada United States Marine Corps
June 2 Ed Markey Massachusetts House
June 16 Maria Cantwell Washington Senate
June 23 Chet Edwards Texas House
June 30 Harry Reid Nevada Majority Leader of the United States Senate
July 21 Carl Levin Michigan Senate
August 11 Ellen Tauscher California House
August 18 Fawn Townsend North Carolina waitress
August 25 Max Cleland Georgia Senate
September 8 Harry Reid Nevada Majority Leader of the United States Senate
September 15 Tom Lantos California House
September 22 Ed Rendell Pennsylvania Governor
September 28 Graeme Frost Maryland 7th-Grade Student First Non-Politician to make an Weekly Opposition Address.
October 6 Steny Hoyer Maryland House
October 13 Max Baucus Montana Senate
October 20 Jennifer Howse Washington, D.C. March of Dimes President
October 27 Howard Dean Vermont Democratic National Committee
November 3 Patty Murray Washington Senate
November 10 Joseph Sestak Pennsylvania House
November 17 Robert Casey Pennsylvania Senate
November 24 Ricardo S. Sanchez New Mexico Lieutenant General
December 8 Dick Durbin Illinois Senate
December 15 Nancy Pelosi California Speaker of the United States House of Representatives
December 29 Kirsten Gillibrand New York House

2008 Weekly Democratic Address speakers

Democratic Nominee Barack Obama was elected president while the Democrats hold majorities in Both Houses. After the Election, Barack Obama gives out weekly addresses on the behalf of all Democrats.

Date Speakers State Position Notes Reference(s)
January 6 Howard Dean Vermont Democratic National Committee Chairman [68]
January 20 Barney Frank Massachusetts House [69]
January 26 Byron Dorgan North Dakota Senate [70]
February 2 Joe Manchin West Virginia Governor [71]
February 9 Charles Rangel New York House [72]
February 16 Sheldon Whitehouse Rhode Island Senate [73]
February 23 John Conyers Michigan House [74]
March 1 Joe Donnelly Indiana House [75]
March 15 Kent Conrad North Dakota Senate [76]
March 22 Bob Menendez New Jersey Senate [77]
March 29 Bill Foster Illinois House [78]
April 5 Joe Biden Delaware Senate Democratic Candidate for the Democratic Presidential Primaries. Withdrew on January 3, 2008 but later became a running mate for Obama's Campaign and after the election, Vice President under the Obama Administration. [79]
April 12 John Yarmuth Kentucky House [80]
April 19 Howard Dean Vermont Democratic National Committee Chairman [81]
May 10 Debbie Stabenow Michigan Senate [82]
May 17 Xavier Becerra California House [83]
May 24 John Boccieri Ohio Senate [84]
May 31 Barbara Boxer California Senate [85]
June 7 John Spratt South Carolina House [86]
June 14 Jeff Alberici New York Teacher A father and Non-Politician who delivered the address as part of Fathers' Day weekend. [87]
June 29 Bill Richardson New Mexico New Mexico [88]
July 12 Chris Van Hollen Maryland House [89]
July 19 Patty Murray Washington Senate [90]
July 26 Jack Reed Rhode Island Senate [91]
August 2 Henry Waxman California House [92]
August 9 Barack Obama Illinois Senate and Presumptive Presidential candidate [93]
August 16 Nancy Pelosi California House Speaker of the House [94]
August 31 Hillary Clinton New York Senate, and former Democratic Presidential candidate Lost the Primaries; Later served as Secretary of State under the Obama Administration from 2009 to 2013. [95]
September 20 Barack Obama Illinois Senate and Presidential candidate [96]
October 4 Ted Strickland Ohio Governor [97]
October 11 Joe Biden Delaware Senate and Vice Presidential candidate [98]
October 18 Rahm Emanuel Illinois House [99]
October 26 Michelle Obama Illinois Spouse of Barack Obama [100]
November 1 Barack Obama Illinois Senate and Presidential candidate [101]
November 8 Barack Obama Illinois Senate and President-Elect Won the Election against John McCain [101]
November 15 Barack Obama Illinois Senate and President-Elect First Weekly Democratic Address to be in a form of a Video. Obama Resigned as Senator of Illinois the next day. [102]
November 22 Barack Obama Illinois President-Elect [103]
November 29 Barack Obama Illinois President-Elect [104]
December 6 Barack Obama Illinois President-Elect [105]
December 13 Barack Obama Illinois President-Elect [106]
December 20 Barack Obama Illinois President-Elect [107]
December 24 Barack Obama Illinois President-Elect [108]

2009 Weekly Democratic Address speakers

When Barack Obama was inaugurated as President, Democrats returned to having Weekly Addresses by the President while Republicans began the use of Weekly Responses. Democrats would later return to the Weekly Address format on January 21, 2017 with the inauguration of Donald Trump.

Date Speakers State Position Notes Reference(s)
January 3 Barack Obama Illinois President-Elect [109]
January 10 Barack Obama Illinois President-Elect [110]
January 17 Barack Obama Illinois President-Elect Final Weekly Address as the opposition [111]

Donald Trump

2017 Weekly Democratic Address speakers

Republican President Donald Trump was inaugurated on January 20, and Republicans currently hold majorities in both houses of Congress. For the first time, the Democrats, as the Opposition, will begin and continue using video addresses in addition to its usual Radio Address that the Democrats made in the Bush Administration. The Republicans also did weekly video addresses during the Obama Administration.

Date Speakers State Position Notes Reference(s)
January 21 Chuck Schumer New York Senate Senate Democratic Leader. President Donald Trump did not make a Weekly Address. [112]
January 28 Nancy Pelosi California House House Democratic Leader [113]
February 3 Ed Markey Massachusetts Senate [114]
February 10 Joe Crowley New York House Chairman of the Democratic Caucus [115]
February 17 Tammy Duckworth Illinois Senate [116]
February 25 Linda Sánchez California House Vice Chairwoman of the House Democratic Caucus; first weekly address to be addressed in Spanish. [117][118]
March 3 Chris Murphy Connecticut Senate [119]
March 10 Cheri Bustos Illinois House [120]
March 17 Jeanne Shaheen New Hampshire Senate and former Governor [121]
March 25 Adam Schiff California House [122]
April 1 Sheldon Whitehouse Rhode Island Senate Host of over 100 community dinners [123]
April 8 Hakeem Jeffries New York House Weekly Address, Co-Chair of the House Democratic Policy & Communications Committee [124][125]
April 15 Tom Perez Maryland Democratic National Committee Chairman [126]
April 21 Ben Ray Luján New Mexico House [127]
April 28 Brian Schatz Hawaii Senate [128]
May 5 Steny Hoyer Maryland House Democratic Whip [129]
May 13 Kirsten Gillibrand New York Senate [130]
May 19 David Cicilline Rhode Island House [131]
May 26 Tom Carper Delaware Senate and former Governor [132]
June 2 Eric Swalwell California House [133]
June 9 Ron Wyden Oregon Senate [134]
June 16 James Clyburn South Carolina House [135]
June 23 Mazie Hirono Hawaii Senate [136]
June 30 Joe Kennedy III Massachusetts House [137]
July 7 Debbie Stabenow, Michael Bennet, Martin Heinrich, Maggie Hassan, Jon Tester, Mazie Hirono, Cory Booker, Chris Van Hollen, and Tammy Baldwin Michigan, Colorado, New Mexico, New Hampshire, Montana, Hawaii, New Jersey, Maryland, and Wisconsin (respectively) Senate Consists of various Democratic Senators giving out their concerns over the American Health Care Act while hosting events across the country. [138]
July 13 Bennie Thompson Mississippi House [139]
July 21 Patty Murray Washington Senate [140]
July 28 Betty McCollum Minnesota House [141]
August 5 Tammy Baldwin Wisconsin Senate [142]
August 11 Cedric Richmond Louisiana House [143]
August 18 Tim Kaine and Mark R. Warner Virginia (Both Senators) Senate The Address was in response to the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. President Trump did not made a Weekly Address. Senator Kaine was also Hillary Clinton's running mate for her Presidential Campaign whom they lost against Trump. [144]
August 25 Jim Himes Connecticut House [145]
September 1 Sherrod Brown Ohio Senate [146]
September 8 Michelle Lujan Grisham New Mexico House [147]
September 15 Dick Durbin Illinois Senate [148]
September 22 John Yarmuth Kentucky House [149]
September 29 Catherine Cortez Masto Nevada Senate [150]
October 6 John Lewis Georgia House [151]
October 13 Bernie Sanders (I) Vermont Senate Independent Senator who caucuses with the Democratic Senate. Also campaigned for the Democratic Nomination for President in 2016. [152]
October 20 Richard Neal Massachusetts House [153]
October 27 Ben Cardin Maryland Senate [154]
November 3 Rosa DeLauro Connecticut House [155]
November 10 Jon Tester Montana Senate [156]
November 17 Suzan DelBene Connecticut House [157]
November 25 Michael Bennet Colorado Senate [158]
December 1 Jackie Speier California House [159]
December 2 Chris Coons Delaware Senate [160]
December 15 Mike Thompson California House [161]
December 23 Bob Casey Pennsylvania Senate The President did not release a Weekly Address; the Address gives out his concerns and reaction to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. [162]
December 30 Tim Walz Minnesota House President Trump continued to not release another weekly address for the second consecutive week. [163]

2018 Weekly Democratic Address speakers

President Trump discontinued his Weekly Addresses in August of 2018, although the Democrats continued their weekly addresses since then.

Date Speakers State Position Notes Reference(s)
January 5 Maggie Hassan New Hampshire Senate President Trump continued to not release another weekly address. The address concerns the opioid epidemic. [164]
January 12 Terri Sewell Alabama House President Trump continued to not release another weekly address for the second consecutive week Although he did made a Weekly Address on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. [165]
January 19 Chris Van Hollen Maryland Senate There was no Weekly Address from President Trump. This was taken before the Government Shutdown. [166]
January 26 Adam Smith Washington House [167]
February 2 Tina Smith Minnesota Senate [168]
February 9 Peter DeFazio Oregon House [169]
February 1 Bob Casey, Sheldon Whitehouse, and Ron Wyden Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Oregon Senate [170]
February 24 Ted Deutch Florida House [171]
March 2 Dianne Feinstein California Senate [172]
March 9 Bill Pascrell New Jersey House [173]
March 16 Jeff Merkley Oregon Senate [174]
March 24 Robin Kelly Illinois House [175]
March 31 Cory Booker New Jersey Senate [176]
April 6 John Lewis Georgia House [177]
April 13 Sheldon Whitehouse Rhode Island Senate [178]
April 20 Richard Neal Massachusetts House [179]
April 27 Jeanne Shaheen New Hampshire Senate [180]
May 4 Katherine Clark Massachusetts House [181]
May 11 Debbie Stabenow Michigan Senate [182]
May 18 Marcia Fudge Ohio House [183]
May

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Ed Markey Massachusetts Senate [184]
June 1 John Sarbanes Maryland House [185]
June 8 Tim Kaine Virginia Senate [186]
June 15 Frank Pallone New Jersey House [187]
June 22 Mazie Hirono Hawaii Senate [188]
June 29 Matt Cartwright Pennsylvania House [189]
July 6 Patty Murray Washington Senate [190]
July 13 Richard Blumenthal Connecticut Senate [191]
July 20 Dan Kildee Michigan House [192]
July 27 Stephanie Murphy Florida House [193]
August 3 Brian Schatz Hawaii Senate [194]
August 10 Bobby Scott Virginia House [195]
August 17 Tammy Baldwin Wisconsin Senate [196]
August 24 Elijah Cummings Maryland House [197]
August 31 Sherrod Brown Ohio Senate [198]
September 7 Lloyd Doggett Texas House [199]
September 14 Patrick Leahy Vermont Senate [200]
September 21 Nydia Velázquez New York House [201]
September

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Patty Murray Washington Senate [202]
October 5 Jerry Nadler New York House [203]
October 12 Doug Jones Alabama Senate [204]
October 19 Diana DeGette Colorado House [205]
October 26 Catherine Cortez Masto Nevada Senate [206]
November 2 Mike Doyle Pennsylvania House [207]
November 9 Chris Murphy Connecticut Senate [208]
November 16 Gerry Connolly Virginia House [209]
November 23 Mark Warner Virginia Senate [210]
November 30 Katie Hill California House [211]
December 7 Ron Wyden Oregon Senate [212]
December 14 Lucille Roybal-Allard California House [213]
December 21 Chuck Schumer New York Senate Senate Democratic Leader. President Donald Trump did not make a Weekly Address as he discontinued the addresses in June. This address is a pre-recorded clip of a speech from Schumer during the Senate Session address the Government Shutdown and the criticisms of the Trump administration. [214]
December 28 Joe Neguse Colorado House [215]

2019 Weekly Democratic Address speakers

As of July 2019, President Trump has not issues a weekly address.

Date Speakers State Position Notes Reference(s)
January 4 Chris Van Hollen Maryland Senate [216]
January 11 Scott Peters California House [217]
January 18 Amy Klobuchar New Mexico Senate [218]
January 25 Ted Lieu California House [219]
February 1 Ben Cardin Maryland Senate [220]
February 8 Barbara Lee California House [221]
February 15 Patrick Leahy Vermont Senate [222]
February 22 Lucy McBath Georgia House [223]
March 1 Tom Udall New Mexico Senate [224]
March 8 Andy Kim New Jersey House [225]
March 15 Brian Schatz Hawaii Senate [226]
March 22 Lauren Underwood Illinois House [227]
March 29 Tina Smith Minnesota Senate [228]
April 5 Colin Allred Texas House [229]
April 12 Jeanne Shaheen New Hampshire Senate [230]
April 19 Debbie Dingell Michigan House [231]
April 26 Martin Heinrich New Mexico Senate [232]
May 3 Kathy Castor Florida House [233]
May 10 Jacky Rosen Nevada Senate [234]
May 17 Ann McLane Kuster New Hampshire House [235]
May 24 Debbie Stabenow Michigan Senate [236]
May 31 Emanuel Cleaver Missouri House [237]
June 7 Mark Warner Virginia Senate [238]
June 14 Jan Schakowsky Illinois House [239]
June 21 Richard Blumenthal Connecticut Senate [240]
June 28 Zoe Lofgren California House [241]
July 5 Doug Jones Alabama Senate [242]
July 12 Carolyn Maloney New York House [243]
July 19 Jeff Merkley Oregon Senate [244]
July 26 Haley Stevens Michigan House [245]
August 2 Chris Murphy Connecticut Senate [246]
August 9 Jim McGovern Massachusetts House [247]
August 16 Bob Casey Pennsylvania Senate [248]

External links

See also

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