Home Democratic management unveiled a 2022 legislative calendar Tuesday that envisions 21 voting weeks earlier than the November midterm elections.
Below the calendar launched by Home Majority Chief Steny H. Hoyer, D-Md., the chamber would return to convene for the second session of the 117th Congress on Monday, Jan. 10, with the primary votes of the yr happening that week.
At no level are votes anticipated to happen within the Home for greater than three consecutive weeks, with 4 designated weeks for committee enterprise all year long, along with the customary district work durations. There’s a two-week break for Easter and Passover, with the primary night time of Passover overlapping with Good Friday on April 15. The Fourth of July falls on a Monday, creating a chance to schedule a committee work interval the week of June 27, adopted by a recess week.
All of August and all of October are scheduled to be district work durations.
In an announcement, Hoyer stated that the whole of 112 days in-session or scheduled for committee work are in step with previous second periods, when members are sometimes desirous to be on the marketing campaign path. Election Day in 2022 is on Nov. 8.