Q: What is your New Year's resolution?

Sen. Debbie StabenowDebbie StabenowWill Republicans put up more bureaucratic obstacles to healthy kids? Let’s stand with retired military leaders to get healthy school meals over the finish line Dem senators: Slash executive pay at pension plans seeking benefit cuts MORE (D-Mich.): “To be done with the auto financing by New Year’s Eve. I hope it’s not my Easter wish.”

Sen. Thad CochranThad CochranFirst US Zika death reported in Puerto Rico Overnight Healthcare: Medicare fight looms on Capitol Hill Senate GOP hardening stance against emergency funding for Zika MORE (R-Miss.): “I’m resolved not to have any.”

Sen. Sheldon WhitehouseSheldon WhitehouseJudiciary Dems seek hearing on voting rights Senate looks for easy wins amid 2016 gridlock Portman focuses on drug abuse epidemic in new ad MORE (D-R.I.): “I haven’t made one yet. I did last year, which was to use the elevators and the trolley less because my wife said I was getting fat.”

Rep. John BoozmanJohn BoozmanDemocrats race to link GOP incumbents to Trump Dem Senate candidate rips Trump’s ‘serial harassment’ of women Bringing US rice back to Cuba MORE (R-Ark.): “Mine is to make a little bit more time for my wife, my three daughters and my mother. She’s 87 years old.”

Sen. Ron WydenRon WydenOvernight Cybersecurity: Judge could require Clinton testimony in email case Wyden to introduce bill fighting new fed hacking powers Feds list schools that sought exemption from discrimination statute MORE (D-Ore.): “I hope the Congress picks up on President-elect Obama’s focus on bipartisanship.”

Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-Mich.): “To never have another New Year’s resolution.”

Rep. Artur Davis (D-Ala.): “I stopped making them a long time ago because I was never able to keep them.”

Rep. Todd Akin (R-Mo.): “I usually make lots of them. When it comes to New Year’s, I take a look at everything that happened in the last year. I get goals for the new year [such as] moving from one house to another, my daughter is going to be selecting a college, I want to try to be specific about what our goals are [in my office] and drop the five pounds I gained between Thanksgiving and Christmas. I call that my list and say thank you to the Lord.”

Rep. Peter WelchPeter WelchLawmakers urge Obama not to send shoulder-fired missiles to Syria GOP rep debates future of cybersecurity bill The recovery is underway MORE (D-Vt.): “My New Year’s resolution is to increase my percentage from the three-point range. If I get good enough I’ll get to play at the White House gym.”

Rep. Donna Edwards (D-Md.): “Usually it involves some sort of personal sacrifice, and usually it involves some sort of exercise, and I’m not prepared to identify it yet.”

Rep. Marcia FudgeMarcia FudgeEx-Clinton backer emerges as fierce Sanders surrogate Democrats to SEC: Get moving on diversity rules for boardrooms Female lawmakers rally around Clinton's White House bid MORE (D-Ohio): “Find a place to live. That’s my resolution. I’ve got to get that done.”

Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-N.Y.): “My idea of exercise was always to walk in parades … I’m going to lose weight. If you can, put it in print — I need that incentive. Thank you.”

Rep. Gene Taylor (D-Miss.), while eating a blueberry muffin: “Lose 10 pounds.”

Sen. Jeff SessionsJeff SessionsSessions: Ryan made ‘big mistake’ not backing Trump Maine Republican senator suggests she could back Trump Trump snags third House committee chair endorsement MORE (R-Ala.): “Every now and then I make one, but probably most years I don’t.”

Sen. Johnny IsaksonJohnny IsaksonSenate approves new Veterans Affairs watchdog Overnight Regulation: Republicans move to block financial adviser rule Senate Republicans move to block financial adviser rule MORE (R-Ga.): “I haven’t made it yet. Sometimes I do, sometimes I don’t, but I don’t make it until New Year’s.”