With the AP tests finally over, my US Government class has nothing more to learn, so one of the things we're doing now is a "fantasy congress" game where we have to choose a "team" of 2 senators, 2 representatives, and one more (either senator or representative), and whenever one of those co-sponsors a bill, we get one point; sponsors a bill, we get three points; the bill passes one house, we get another 5 points; the bill passes the second house, we get another 10 points; the president signs the bill, we get another 20 points; the president vetoes the bill but Congress overrides it, we get another 25 points.
Anyway, I'm lazy and don't want to bother researching a ton of different senators and representatives (we're not being graded on this - our teacher is experimenting to see if it could work for his class next year), but at the same time, I don't want to just randomly pick them. We can't choose people that other people in our class have already chosen, so we have to come up with a list of 25 potential choices. Could anybody come up with such a list for me? It's due tomorrow so if anyone could do it before around 5 AM tomorrow, that would be great. Don't worry about putting too much thought into it, as long as it's not a completely random list. I don't pay too much attention to politics (I care about political theory and stuff like that, but I don't really care about what's actually happening) so I don't really know many politicians by name (even ones from my own state), but if anyone can think up a relatively good list, I would really appreciate it.
Edit: Oh, and if anyone does make the list, could you choose at least ten senators and at least ten representatives?