|Chair||Suzan DelBene (WA)|
|Vice Chairs||Ann Kuster (NH)|
Scott Peters (CA)
Terri Sewell (AL)
|National affiliation||Democratic Party|
|International affiliation||Alliance of Democrats|
|Seats in House Democratic Caucus|
|Seats in the House|
The New Democrat Coalition is a congressional caucus within the United States Congress made up of centrist Democrats who support an agenda that it describes as "pro-economic growth," "pro-innovation," and "fiscally responsible."
Entering the 117th Congress, the New Democrat Coalition had 93 members, making the second largest ideological caucus in the Democratic Party (after the Congressional Progressive Caucus) and the third largest ideological caucus overall (after the Republican Study Committee).
As of 2020, the caucus's issue priorities include addressing climate change, making college more affordable, bipartisanship on deficits and debt, lowering healthcare costs, passing comprehensive immigration reform, modernizing the nation's infrastructure, ensuring access to affordable housing, promoting innovation, and enacting tax reform for the middle class.
|Election year||No. of overall seats won||No. of Democratic seats||±|
In the 117th Congress, 93 Representatives and 1 non-voting delegate of the House of Representatives currently belong to the New Democrat Coalition:
Last updated: January 5, 2021