The congressional newspaper Roll Call recently picked the Hill's 10 most invisible congressmen. Heading the list is GOP Rep. Clarence Miller of Ohio who Roll Call says is virtually unknown--despite 23 years in Congress. The others:
Herb Bateman (R-Va.), immersed in legislative detail.
Robert Borski (D-Pa.),immersed in favors for home folks
Joe Early (D-Mass.), who recently held his first press conference.
Charles Hatcher (D-Ga); Tip O'Neill once said he'd never heard of him.
Dennis Hertel (D-Mich.) backs losers for chairmanships.
Ray McGrath (R-N.Y.), a former phys-ed teacher.
Henry Nowak (D-N.Y.), interested in protecting Buffalo.
Richard Schulze (R-Pa.), interested in protecting mushroom growers.
French Slaughter (R-Va.), uninterested in any public speaking.