Members of Congress under a cloud
CA-04, John Doolittle (R): Big recipient of contributions from Jack Abramoff and the Indian tribes he represented; Justice...
Under a cloud
CA-04, John Doolittle (R): Big recipient of contributions from Jack Abramoff and the Indian tribes he represented; Justice Department also is investigating Doolittle's wife, who was on the payroll of Abramoff's lobbying firm.
CA-11, Dick Pombo (R): Another big benefactor of Abramoff money, Pombo helped an Indian tribe represented by the lobbyist.
FL-16, Open: A gift for Democrats after Mark Foley's resignation that triggered the House page sex scandal. Joe Negron has stepped in, but the disgraced congressman's name remains on the ballot.
LA-02, William Jefferson (D): Subject of an FBI bribery investigation; $90,000 in $100 bills was found in his home freezer.
NY-20, John Sweeney (R): May have broken House ethics rules when he and a convicted Abramoff aide took a 2001 trip to the Northern Mariana Islands.
NY-26, Tom Reynolds (R): The National Republican Congressional Committee chairman's handling of Foley e-mails has been called into question.
NC-11, Charles Taylor (R): Accused of benefiting personally from federal projects in his district.
OH-15, Deborah Pryce (R): Part of the House leadership that has been accused of not responding appropriately to Foley's e-mails.
OH-18, Bob Ney (R):
Announced retirement, then pleaded guilty to criminal charges in
PA-07, Curt Weldon (R): FBI is investigating whether he illegally steered federal contracts to a lobbying firm co-owned by his daughter.
PA-10, Don Sherwood (R): Admitted an affair with a young mistress but denies allegations that he choked her during a 2004 altercation.
TX-22, Open: Tom DeLay resigned amid a wave of legal and ethical troubles.
WV-01, Alan Mollohan (D): Reportedly under federal investigation into projects in his district.
Montana, Conrad Burns (R): Reportedly under investigation for favors to Abramoff and his clients; No. 1 on Abramoff's campaign-contribution list; has a history for wild, unsubstantiated statements.
New Jersey, Robert Menendez (D): Nonprofit under federal investigation in connection with more than $300,000 in rent to Menendez, who helped the group secure millions in federal grants.
Source: The Baltimore Sun
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