The House is set to adjourn on July 15 and not return until Sept. 6, according to the calendar. The House will then be in session until Sept. 30, and adjourn until Nov. 14, after the elections.
The Senate is running on a similar summer schedule, with its recess formally running from July 18 through Sept. 5. Senators are scheduled to be in session during the fall a bit longer than the House, with the Senate’s target pre-election adjournment date set for Oct. 7. The chamber will also return Nov. 14 after the elections.
For the entire year, the House is scheduled to be in session for a total of 111 days.