Q: Do you dream about work?

Rep. Betty McCollum (D-Minn.): Yeah. I dream and then I wake up afraid I’m going to miss a meeting. I was so looking forward to going to the State Department [last Tuesday] to meet with Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonAssange meets U.S. congressman, vows to prove Russia did not leak him documents High-ranking FBI official leaves Russia probe OPINION | Steve Bannon is Trump's indispensable man — don't sacrifice him to the critics MORE to talk about global food security that I woke up at 3:15, 4:15 and 5:15, and I was dreaming about food

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.): I have a night terror about once a month. It’s one of those dreams where I am missing the vote of the century. I’m a minister in my real life, and I have a terror about standing up in front of the congregation and forgetting the Lord’s Prayer.

Rep. Candice Miller (R-Mich.): Sure I do. I sometimes dream that I’m late for a meeting or hearing. Oftentimes your mind is running so quickly that it’s difficult to turn it on and off.

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.): All the time. I dream about how I’m going to respond to someone who’s opposing me. I have ideas … My mind gets real creative at about 3 in the morning.

Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.): I don’t even think about work when I’m awake. When I’m asleep, I don’t think about it. It’s perfectly consistent.

Rep. Kendrick Meek (D-Fla.): Absolutely. You don’t want to know.

Rep. Walter Jones (R-N.C.): Well, there are times I go to sleep [and] I think about the issues of the day … but I have no trouble sleeping, I’ll put it that way. I feel like I make the right decisions, because God allows me to sleep at night.

Rep. Al GreenAl GreenDem lawmaker calls for Trump's removal Overnight Finance: GOP pivots to tax reform | Senate leaders, Mnuchin huddle on debt ceiling | Key official won't challenge arbitration rule | Dems want hearing on new Wells Fargo scandal Top Financial Services Dems call for hearing on growing Wells Fargo scandal MORE (D-Texas): Since there’s no way for you to check, I should say I dream about me being elected president or something like that. But seriously, I rarely dream about work. When I do dream about work, it’s not about something that I’ve done as much as it is about something that’s been done to me.

Rep. Mike Honda (D-Calif.): I’d have to sleep long enough to dream. [I sleep] maybe three to four hours. I don’t remember dreaming about work since I was a principal in elementary school. They were stressful dreams. I did dream about fishing recently, and I don’t know why, because I haven’t been fishing in a long time, and it was an ugly fish, so someone’s trying to tell me something, but I don’t know what.

Rep. Virginia FoxxVirginia FoxxAmerica’s workers, job creators need the Save Local Business Act DeVos abandons student loan servicing overhaul House Republican offers bill to reverse controversial labor rule MORE (R-N.C.): I don’t recall. But I don’t recall my dreams very much. Isn’t that the safe thing [to say]?

Rep. Andre Carson (D-Ind.): I’m here so often that I can’t help but dream.

Rep. Sheila Jackson LeeSheila Jackson-LeeLawmakers press DOJ to help victims of Ponzi scheme The Constitution trumps the president Overnight Cybersecurity: Facebook invests in group fighting election hacking | House panel advances DHS cyber revamp bill | Lawmakers mull cyber insurance for small businesses MORE (D-Texas): I dream about work all the time. I dream that I’m in meetings, hearings, constituent meetings. I just finish the meeting and wake up.

Rep. Earl Pomeroy (D-N.D.): Yes. My dreams have evolved from about to be in a class play and not having learned the lines to about to give a speech and not know a thing about what I’m going to say.