Newly-elected Congressman Joaquin Castro. (J. Scott Applewhite/AP)

Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, right, still too close to call. (Rob Schumacher/The Arizona Republic via AP)

View Photo Gallery: With every new Congress, we scour the ranks of freshmen looking for any that might give us something to write about in coming years — quirk, conflict, color, scandal, anything. Here, our list of the most-promising-to-be-interesting new members.

Earlier, from 2010: Midterm election winners and losers: Who’s good for gossip, who’s bad for gossip, who failed at gossip, 11/3/10

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