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Encyclopedia > United States Congressional Delegations from New Jersey

These are tables of congressional delegations from New Jersey to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives.
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United States Senate

Class 1 Senators Congress Class 2 Senators
Jonathan Elmer
(Pro-Admin)
1st (1789-1791) William Paterson
(Pro-Admin)
Philemon Dickinson
(Pro-Admin)
John Rutherfurd
(Pro-Admin)
2nd (1791-1793)
3rd (1793-1795) Frederick Frelinghuysen
(Pro-Admin)
4th (1795-1797)
Richard Stockton (F)
5th (1797-1799)
Franklin Davenport (F)
James Schureman (F) 6th (1799-1801) Jonathan Dayton (F)
Aaron Ogden (F)
7th (1801-1803)
John Condit (D-R) 8th (1803-1805)
9th (1805-1807) Aaron Kitchell (D-R)
10th (1807-1809)
John Lambert (D-R) 11th (1809-1811)
John Condit (D-R)
12th (1811-1813)
13th (1813-1815)
James J. Wilson (D-R) 14th (1815-1817)
15th (1817-1819) Mahlon Dickerson (D-R,
then Crawford Republican,
then Pro-Jackson)
16th (1819-1821)
Samuel L. Southard (D-R)
17th (1821-1823)
Joseph McIlvaine
(Adams-Clay Republican)
18th (1823-1825)
19th (1825-1827)
Ephraim Bateman
(Adams)
20th (1827-1829)
Mahlon Dickerson
(Pro-Jackson)
21st (1829-1831) Theodore Frelinghuysen
(Anti-Jackson)
22nd (1831-1833)
Samuel L. Southard 23rd (1833-1835)
24th (1835-1837) Garret D. Wall
(Pro-Jackson, then D)
25th (1837-1839)
26th (1839-1841)
27th (1841-1843) Jacob W. Miller (W)
William L. Dayton (W)
28th (1843-1845)
29th (1845-1847)
30th (1847-1849)
31st (1849-1851)
Robert F. Stockton (D) 32nd (1851-1853)
John R. Thomson (D) 33rd (1853-1855) William Wright (D)
34th (1855-1857)
35th (1857-1859)
36th (1859-1861) John C. Ten Eyck (R)
37th (1861-1863)
Richard S. Field (R)
James W. Wall (D)
William Wright (D) 38th (1863-1865)
39th (1865-1867) John P. Stockton (D)
Frederick T. Frelinghuysen (R) Alexander G. Cattell (R)
40th (1867-1869)
John P. Stockton (D) 41st (1869-1871)
42nd (1871-1873) Frederick T. Frelinghuysen (R)
43rd (1873-1875)
Theodore F. Randolph (D) 44th (1875-1877)
45th (1877-1879) John R. McPherson (D)
46th (1879-1881)
William J. Sewell (R) 47th (1881-1883)
48th (1883-1885)
49th (1885-1887)
Rufus Blodgett (D) 50th (1887-1889)
51st (1889-1891)
52nd (1891-1893)
James Smith, Jr. (D) 53rd (1893-1895)
54th (1895-1897) William J. Sewell (R)
55th (1897-1899)
John Kean (R) 56th (1899-1901)
57th (1901-1903) John F. Dryden (R)
58th (1903-1905)
59th (1905-1907)
60th (1907-1909) Frank O. Briggs (R)
61st (1909-1911)
James E. Martine (D) 62nd (1911-1913)
63rd (1913-1915) William Hughes (D)
64th (1915-1917)
Joseph S. Frelinghuysen (R) 65th (1917-1919)
David Baird (R)
66th (1919-1921) Walter E. Edge (R)
67th (1921-1923)
Edward I. Edwards (D) 68th (1923-1925)
69th (1925-1927)
70th (1927-1929)
Hamilton F. Kean (R) 71st (1929-1931)
David Baird, Jr. (R)
Dwight W. Morrow (R)
72nd (1931-1933)
W. Warren Barbour (R)
73rd (1933-1935)
A. Harry Moore (D) 74th (1935-1937)
75th (1937-1939) William H. Smathers (D)
John G. Milton (D)
W. Warren Barbour (R)
76th (1939-1941)
77th (1941-1943)
78th (1943-1945) Albert W. Hawkes (R)
Arthur Walsh (D)
H. Alexander Smith (R)
79th (1945-1947)
80th (1947-1949)
81st (1949-1951) Robert C. Hendrickson (R)
82nd (1951-1953)
83rd (1953-1955)
84th (1955-1957) Clifford P. Case (R)
85th (1957-1959)
Harrison A. Williams, Jr. (D) 86th (1959-1961)
87th (1961-1963)
88th (1963-1965)
89th (1965-1967)
90th (1967-1969)
91st (1969-1971)
92nd (1971-1973)
93rd (1973-1975)
94th (1975-1977)
95th (1977-1979)
96th (1979-1981) Bill Bradley (D)
97th (1981-1983)
Nicholas F. Brady (R)
Frank Lautenberg (D)
98th (1983-1985)
99th (1985-1987)
100th (1987-1989)
101st (1989-1991)
102nd (1991-1993)
103rd (1993-1995)
104th (1995-1997)
105th (1997-1999) Robert Torricelli (D)
106th (1999–2001)
Jon S. Corzine (D),
Robert Menendez (D)
107th (2001–2003)
108th (2003–2005) Frank Lautenberg (D)
109th (2005–2007)

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Senators Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich (R-RI) William Boyd Allison (R-IA) William Brimage Bate (D-TN) James Burnie Beck (D-KY) James Henderson Berry (D-AR) Joseph Clay Blackburn (D-KY) Henry William Blair (R-NH) Rufus William Blodgett (D-NJ) Thomas Mead Bowen (R-CO) Joseph Emerson Brown (D... The Fifty-first United States Congress, dominated by the Republican Party and held between 1889 and 1891, was responsible for a number of pieces of landmark legislation, many of which asserted the authority of the federal government. ... Dates of Sessions 1891-1893 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from December 7, 1891 to August 5, 1892. ... James Smith, Jr. ... The Democratic Party is one of the two major political parties in the United States. ... The 53rd United States Congress served from 1893 to 1895. ... Dates of Sessions 1895-1897 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from December 2, 1895 to June 11, 1896. ... 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United States House of Representatives

Congress District
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
1st
1789–1791
At Large: (Pro-Admin)
Elias Boudinot, Lambert Cadwalader, James Schureman, Thomas Sinnickson
2nd
1791–1793
At Large: (Pro-Admin)
Elias Boudinot, Abraham Clark, Jonathan Dayton, Aaron Kitchell[1]
3rd
1793–1795
At Large: (Pro-Admin)
Elias Boudinot, Abraham Clark,[2] Jonathan Dayton, John Beatty, Lambert Cadwalader, Aaron Kitchell[3][1]
4th
1795–1797
At Large: (F)
Jonathan Dayton, Aaron Kitchell,[1] Thomas Henderson, Isaac Smith, Mark Thomson
5th
1797–1799
At Large: (F)
Jonathan Dayton, Mark Thomson, James Henderson Imlay, James Schureman, Thomas Sinnickson
6th
1799–1801
John Condit (D-R) Aaron Kitchell[1] James Linn
(D-R)
James Henderson Imlay (F) Franklin Davenport (F)
7th
1801–1803
William Helms
(D-R)
Henry Southard
(D-R)
James Mott (D-R) Ebenezer Elmer (D-R)
8th
1803–1805
At Large: (D-R)
Adam Boyd, Ebenezer Elmer, William Helms, James Mott, James Sloan, Henry Southard
9th
1805–1807
Ezra Darby (D-R) Ebenezer Elmer (D-R) William Helms (D-R) John Lambert (D-R) James Sloan (D-R) Henry Southard (D-R)
10th
1807–1809
At Large: (D-R)
Ezra Darby,[4] William Helms, John Lambert, Thomas Newbold, James Sloan, Henry Southard, Adam Boyd[5]
11th
1809–1811
Adam Boyd (D-R) James Cox[6]
John A. Scudder
(D-R)
William Helms (D-R) Thomas Newbold (D-R) Henry Southard
(D-R)
Jacob Hufty (F)
12th
1811–1813
At Large:
Adam Boyd (D-R), Lewis Condict (D-R), Jacob Hufty (F), George C. Maxwell (D-R), James Morgan (D-R), Thomas Newbold (D-R)
13th
1813–1815
1st District
Lewis Condict
Thomas Ward
(D-R)
2nd District
James Schureman
Richard Stockton
(F)
3rd District
William Coxe Jr
Jacob Hufty[7]
Thomas Bines[8]
(F)
14th
1815–1817
2nd District
Benjamin Bennet
Henry Southard
(D-R)
3rd District
Ezra Baker
Ephraim Bateman
(D-R)
15th
1817–1819
1st District
Charles Kinsey
John Linn
(D-R)
3rd District
Ephraim Bateman
Joseph Bloomfield
(D-R)
16th
1819–1821
1st District
John Condit[9]
John Linn[10]
Charles Kinsey[11]
(D-R)
2nd District
Bernard Smith
Henry Southard
(D-R)
17th
1821–1823
At Large: (D-R)
Ephraim Bateman, George Cassedy, Lewis Condict, George Holcombe, James Matlack,[1] Samuel Swan[1]
18th
1823–1825
1st District
George Cassedy
Lewis Condict
(J)
2nd District
George Holcombe
Samuel Swan[1]
(J)
3rd District
Daniel Garrison
James Matlack[1]
(J)
19th
1825–1827
At Large:
George Cassedy (J), Lewis Condict (Adams), Daniel Garrison (J), George Holcombe (J), Samuel Swan,[1] Ebenezer Tucker[1]
20th
1827–1829
At Large:
Lewis Condict (Adams), George Holcombe (J),[12] Samuel Swan,[1] Ebenezer Tucker,[1] Isaac Pierson,[1] Hedge Thompson,[1][13] James F. Randolph,[1][14] Thomas Sinnickson[1][15]
21st
1829-1831
At Large: (Anti-J)
Lewis Condict, Samuel Swan,[1] Isaac Pierson,[1] James F. Randolph,[1] Richard M. Cooper, Thomas H. Hughes
22nd
1831-1833
At Large: (Anti-J)
Lewis Condict, James F. Randolph,[1] Richard M. Cooper, Thomas H. Hughes, Silas Condit, Isaac Southard
23rd
1833-1835
At Large: (J)
Philemon Dickerson, Samuel Fowler, Thomas Lee, James Parker, Ferdinand Schureman Schenck, William Norton Shinn
24th
1835-1837
At Large: (J)
Philemon Dickerson,[16] Samuel Fowler, Thomas Lee, James Parker, Ferdinand Schureman Schenck, William Norton Shinn, William Chetwood[17]
25th
1837-1839
At Large: (W)
John Bancker Aycrigg, William Halstead, John Patterson Bryan Maxwell, Joseph Fitz Randolph, Charles C. Stratton, Thomas Jones Yorke
26th
1839-1841
At Large:
Joseph Fitz Randolph (W), William Raworth Cooper (D), Philemon Dickerson (D), Joseph Kille (D), Daniel Bailey Ryall (D), Peter Dumont Vroom (D)
27th
1841-1843
At Large: (W)
Joseph Fitz Randolph, John Bancker Aycrigg, William Halstead, John Patterson Bryan Maxwell, Charles C. Stratton, Thomas Jones Yorke
28th
1843-1845
Lucius Q.C. Elmer (D) George Sykes (D) Isaac G. Farlee (D) Littleton Kirkpatrick (D) William Wright (W)
29th
1845-1847
James G. Hampton (W) Samuel G. Wright[18] (W)
George Sykes[19] (D)
John Runk (W) Joseph E. Edsall (D)
30th
1847-1849
William A. Newell (W) Joseph E. Edsall (D) John Van Dyke (W) Dudley S. Gregory (W)
31st
1849-1851
Andrew K. Hay (W) Isaac Wildrick (D) James G. King (W)
32nd
1851-1853
Nathan T. Stratton (D) Charles Skelton (D) George H. Brown (W) Rodman M. Price (D)
33rd
1853-1855
Samuel Lilly (D) George Vail (D) Alexander C.M. Pennington (W)
34th
1855-1857
Isaiah D. Clawson
(Opposition Party)
George R. Robbins James Bishop
(Opposition Party)
35th
1857-1859
Isaiah D. Clawson George R. Robbins Garnett B. Adrain John Huyler Jacob R. Wortendyke
36th
1859-1861
John T. Nixon John L.N. Stratton Garnett B. Adrain
(Anti-Lecompton Democrat)
Jetur R. Riggs
(Anti-Lecompton Democrat)
William Pennington
37th
1861-1863
William G. Steele George T. Cobb Nehemiah Perry
38th
1863-1865
John F. Starr George Middleton Andrew J. Rogers
39th
1865-1867
William A. Newell Charles Sitgreaves Edwin R.V. Wright
40th
1867-1869
William Moore Charles Haight John Hill George A. Halsey
41st
1869-1871
John T. Bird Orestes Cleveland
42nd
1871-1873
John W. Hazelton Samuel C. Forker George A. Halsey
43rd
1873-1875
Samuel A. Dobbins Amos Clark, Jr. Robert Hamilton William W. Phelps Marcus L. Ward Isaac W. Scudder
44th
1875-1877
Clement H. Sinnickson Miles Ross Augustus W. Cutler Frederick H. Teese Augustus A. Hardenbergh
45th
1877-1879
John H. Pugh Alvah A. Clark Thomas B. Peddie
46th
1879-1881
George M. Robeson Hezekiah B. Smith Charles H. Voorhis John L. Blake Lewis A. Brigham
47th
1881-1883
J. Hart Brewer Henry S. Harris John Hill Phineas Jones Augustus A. Hardenbergh
48th
1883-1885
Thomas M. Ferrell John Kean Benjamin F. Howey William W. Phelps William H.F. Fiedler William McAdoo
49th
1885-1887
George Hires James Buchanan Robert S. Green James N. Pidcock Herman Lehlbach
50th
1887-1889
John Kean
51st
1889-1891
Christopher A. Bergen Jacob A. Geissenhainer Samuel Fowler Charles D. Beckwith
52nd
1891-1893
Cornelius A. Cadmus Thomas D. English Edward F. McDonald
53rd
1893-1895
Henry C. Loudenslager John J. Gardner Johnston Cornish George B. Fielder John T. Dunn
54th
1895-1897
Benjamin F. Howell Mahlon Pitney James F. Stewart Richard W. Parker Thomas McEwan, Jr. Charles N. Fowler
55th
1897-1899
56th
1899-1901
Joshua S. Salmon William D. Daly
57th
1901-1903
Allan L. McDermott
De Witt C. Flanagan
58th
1903-1905
William M. Lanning Charles N. Fowler William Hughes Richard W. Parker William H. Wiley Allan Benny Allan L. McDermott
59th
1905-1907
Ira W. Wood Henry C. Allen Marshall Van Winkle
60th
1907-1909
William Hughes Le Gage Pratt Eugene W. Leake James A. Hamill
61st
1909-1911
William H. Wiley Eugene F. Kinkead
62nd
1911-1913
Thomas J. Scully William E. Tuttle, Jr. Edward W. Townsend Walter I. McCoy
William J. Browning Archibald C. Hart
63rd
1913-1915
J. Thompson Baker Allan B. Walsh Lewis J. Martin Robert G. Bremner Eugene F. Kinkead Walter I. McCoy Edward W. Townsend John J. Eagan James A. Hamill
Archiblad C. Hart Dow H. Drukker Richard W. Parker
64th
1915-1917
Isaac Bacharach Elijah C. Hutchinson John H. Capstick Edward W. Gray Frederick R. Lehlbach
65th
1917-1919
John R. Ramsey
William F. Birch
66th
1919-1921
Ernest R. Ackerman Amos H. Radcliffe Cornelius A. McGlennon Daniel F. Minahan
67th
1921-1923
Francis F. Patterson, Jr. T. Frank Appleby Randolph Perkins Herbert W. Taylor Richard W. Parker Archiblad E. Olpp Charles F.X. O'Brien
68th
1923-1925
Elmer H. Geran Charles Browne George N. Seger Frank J. McNulty Daniel F. Minahan John J. Eagan
69th
1925-1927
Stewart H. Appleby Charles A. Eaton Herbert W. Taylor Franklin W. Fort Oscar L. Auf der Heide Mary T. Norton
70th
1927-1929
Charles A. Wolverton Harold G. Hoffman Fred A. Hartley, Jr.
71st
1929-1931
72nd
1931-1933
William H. Sutphin Percy Hamilton Stewart Peter A. Caviccia
73rd
1933-1935
D. Lane Powers Charles A. Eaton Donald H. McLean Randolph Perkins George N. Seger Edward A. Kenney Fred A. Hartley, Jr. Peter A. Cavicchia Frederick R. Lehlbach Mary T. Norton Oscar L. Auf der Heide
74th
1935-1937
Edward J. Hart
75th
1937-1939
Elmer H. Wene J. Parnell Thomas Edward L. O'Neill Frank W. Towey, Jr.
76th
1939-1941
Walter S. Jeffries Frank C. Osmers, Jr. Albert L. Vreeland Robert W. Kean
77th
1941-1943
Elmer H. Wene Gordon Canfield
78th
1943-1945
James C. Auchincloss Harry L. Towe Frank Sundstrom
79th
1945-1947
T. Millet Hand Clifford P. Case
80th
1947-1949
Frank A. Mathews, Jr.
81st
1949-1951
Charles R. Howell Peter W. Rodino, Jr. Hugh J. Addonizio
82nd
1951-1953
William B. Widnall Alfred D. Sieminski
83rd
1953-1955
Peter Frelinghuysen, Jr. Harrison A. Williams Frank C. Osmers, Jr.
84th
1955-1957
Frank Thompson, Jr. T. James Tumulty
85th
1957-1959
Milton W. Glenn Florence P. Dwyer Vincent J. Dellay
86th
1959-1961
William T. Cahill George M. Wallhauser Cornelius E. Gallagher Dominick V. Daniels
87th
1961-1963
Charles S. Joelson
88th
1963-1965
Joseph G. Minish Edward J. Patten
89th
1965-1967
Thomas C. McGrath, Jr. James J. Howard Henry Helstoski Paul J. Krebs
90th
1967-1969
John E. Hunt Charles W. Sandman, Jr. William T. Cahill Florence P. Dwyer
91st
1969-1971
Robert A. Roe
92nd
1971-1973
Edwin B. Forsythe
93rd
1973-1975
Matthew J. Rinaldo Joseph J. Maraziti
94th
1975-1977
James J. Florio William J. Hughes Millicent Fenwick Andrew Maguire Helen Stevenson Meyner
95th
1977-1979
Harold C. Hollenbeck Joseph A. LeFante
96th
1979-1981
James A. Courter Frank J. Guarini, Jr.
97th
1981-1983
Christopher H. Smith Marge Roukema Bernard J. Dwyer
98th
1983–1985
Marge Roukema Bernard J. Dwyer Matthew J. Rinaldo Robert G. Torricelli James A. Courter Edwin B. Forsythe
99th
1985–1987
Dean A. Gallo H. James Saxton
100th
1987–1989
101st
1989–1991
Frank Pallone, Jr. Donald M. Payne
102nd
1991–1993
Robert E. Andrews Dick Zimmer
103rd
1993–1995
H. James Saxton Frank Pallone, Jr. Bob Franks Herb Klein Robert Menendez
104th
1995–1997
Frank A. LoBiondo William J. Martini Rodney P. Frelinghuysen
105th
1997–1999
William J. Pascrell, Jr. Steven R. Rothman Michael J. Pappas
106th
1999–2001
Rush D. Holt, Jr.
107th
2001–2003
Michael Ferguson
108th
2003–2005
Scott Garrett
109th
2005–2007
Vacant seat
Notes
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t This representative was elected with no party affiliation
  2. ^ Abraham Clark died in office September 15, 1794
  3. ^ Aaron Kitchell replaced Abraham Clark
  4. ^ Ezra Darby died in office January 27, 1808
  5. ^ Adam Boyd replaced Ezra Darby
  6. ^ James Cox died in office September 12, 1810
  7. ^ Jacob Hufty died in office 1814
  8. ^ Thomas Bines (D-R) replaced Jacob Hufty on November 2, 1814
  9. ^ John Condit resigned from office November 4, 1819
  10. ^ John Linn died in office January 5, 1821 and was not replaced
  11. ^ Charles Kinsey replaced John Condit
  12. ^ George Holcombe died in office January 14, 1828
  13. ^ Hedge Thompson left office (unknown reason and date)
  14. ^ James F. Randolph replaced George Holcombe
  15. ^ Thomas Sinnickson replaced Hedge Thompson
  16. ^ Philemon Dickerson resigned from office December 3, 1836
  17. ^ William Chetwood (W) replaced Philemon Dickerson on December 5, 1836
  18. ^ Samuel Wright died in office July 30, 1845
  19. ^ George Sykes replaced Samuel Wright on November 4, 1845

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Dates of Sessions 1791-1793 The first session of this Congress took place in Philadelphia from October 24, 1791 to May 9, 1792. ... During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... Pro-Administration Party is a term used by historians to describe the supporters of the policies of George Washingtons administration — especially Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamiltons financial policies — prior to the formation of the Federalist and Republican Parties; it is also sometimes used to describe the supporters of the... Elias Boudinot For other people with the same name, see Elias Boudinot (disambiguation). ... Abraham Clark (February 15, 1725—September 15, 1794) was an American politician and Revolutionary War figure. ... Jonathan Dayton, (October 16, 1760–October 9, 1824), American politician, was the third Speaker of the United States House of Representatives and a signer of the United States Constitution. ... Aaron Kitchell (July 10, 1744 - June 25, 1820) was a blacksmith and politician from Hanover, New Jersey. ... Dates of Sessions 1793-1795 The first session of this Congress took place in Philadelphia from December 2, 1793 to June 9, 1794. ... During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... Pro-Administration Party is a term used by historians to describe the supporters of the policies of George Washingtons administration — especially Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamiltons financial policies — prior to the formation of the Federalist and Republican Parties; it is also sometimes used to describe the supporters of the... Elias Boudinot For other people with the same name, see Elias Boudinot (disambiguation). ... Abraham Clark (February 15, 1725—September 15, 1794) was an American politician and Revolutionary War figure. ... Jonathan Dayton, (October 16, 1760–October 9, 1824), American politician, was the third Speaker of the United States House of Representatives and a signer of the United States Constitution. ... John Beatty (1749–1826) was an American physician and statesman from Princeton, New Jersey. ... Lambert Cadwalader (1742-1823) was an American merchant and leader in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. ... Aaron Kitchell (July 10, 1744 - June 25, 1820) was a blacksmith and politician from Hanover, New Jersey. ... Dates of Sessions 1795-1797 The first session of this Congress took place in Philadelphia from December 7, 1795 to June 1, 1796. ... During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... The Federalist Party was a political party during the First Party System in the United States of America, from 1792 to 1816. ... Jonathan Dayton, (October 16, 1760–October 9, 1824), American politician, was the third Speaker of the United States House of Representatives and a signer of the United States Constitution. ... Aaron Kitchell (July 10, 1744 - June 25, 1820) was a blacksmith and politician from Hanover, New Jersey. ... // Fifth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... The Federalist Party was a political party during the First Party System in the United States of America, from 1792 to 1816. ... Jonathan Dayton, (October 16, 1760–October 9, 1824), American politician, was the third Speaker of the United States House of Representatives and a signer of the United States Constitution. ... James Schureman (February 12, 1756– January 22, 1824) was an American merchant and statesman from New Brunswick, New Jersey. ... Thomas Sinnickson is the name of two notable Americans: Thomas Sinnickson (1744-1817), American merchant, U.S. Congressman for New Jersey Thomas Sinnickson (1786-1873), American jurist, U.S. Congressman for New Jersey This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title. ... // Sixth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... CONDIT, John, (father of Silas Condit), a Representative and a Senator from New Jersey; born in Orange, N.J., July 8, 1755; attended the public schools; studied medicine; served as a surgeon in the Revolutionary War; one of the founders and a trustee of the Orange Academy in 1785; member... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... Aaron Kitchell (July 10, 1744 - June 25, 1820) was a blacksmith and politician from Hanover, New Jersey. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... The Federalist Party was a political party during the First Party System in the United States of America, from 1792 to 1816. ... Franklin Davenport (September 1755-July 27, 1832) was a Federalist Party US Senator and US Representative from New Jersey. ... The Federalist Party was a political party during the First Party System in the United States of America, from 1792 to 1816. ... Seventh United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... Henry Southard, (father of Isaac Southard and Samuel Lewis Southard), a Representative from New Jersey; born in Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y., October 7, 1747; moved with his parents to Basking Ridge, N.J., in 1755; attended the common schools and worked on a farm; served as a private and... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... Ebenezer Elmer (August 23, 1752– October 18, 1843) was an American physician from Bridgeton, New Jersey. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... Eighth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... Ebenezer Elmer (August 23, 1752– October 18, 1843) was an American physician from Bridgeton, New Jersey. ... James Sloan was the founder of the Orange Institution, also known as the Orange Order. ... Henry Southard, (father of Isaac Southard and Samuel Lewis Southard), a Representative from New Jersey; born in Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y., October 7, 1747; moved with his parents to Basking Ridge, N.J., in 1755; attended the common schools and worked on a farm; served as a private and... Ninth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... Ebenezer Elmer (August 23, 1752– October 18, 1843) was an American physician from Bridgeton, New Jersey. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... John Lambert (February 24, 1746-February 4, 1823), was a New Jersey politician who served as a Representative and a U.S. Senator and as Acting Governor of New Jersey. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... James Sloan was the founder of the Orange Institution, also known as the Orange Order. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... Henry Southard, (father of Isaac Southard and Samuel Lewis Southard), a Representative from New Jersey; born in Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y., October 7, 1747; moved with his parents to Basking Ridge, N.J., in 1755; attended the common schools and worked on a farm; served as a private and... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... Tenth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... John Lambert (February 24, 1746-February 4, 1823), was a New Jersey politician who served as a Representative and a U.S. Senator and as Acting Governor of New Jersey. ... James Sloan was the founder of the Orange Institution, also known as the Orange Order. ... Henry Southard, (father of Isaac Southard and Samuel Lewis Southard), a Representative from New Jersey; born in Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y., October 7, 1747; moved with his parents to Basking Ridge, N.J., in 1755; attended the common schools and worked on a farm; served as a private and... Eleventh United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... James Cox (16 October 1753–12 September 1810) was a member of the United States House of Representatives (from New Jersey) in the 11th Congress. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... Henry Southard, (father of Isaac Southard and Samuel Lewis Southard), a Representative from New Jersey; born in Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y., October 7, 1747; moved with his parents to Basking Ridge, N.J., in 1755; attended the common schools and worked on a farm; served as a private and... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... The Federalist Party was a political party during the First Party System in the United States of America, from 1792 to 1816. ... Twelfth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... The Federalist Party was a political party during the First Party System in the United States of America, from 1792 to 1816. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... Thirteenth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... New Jerseys First Congressional District is currently represented by Democrat Rob Andrews. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... New Jerseys Second Congressional District is currently represented by Republican Frank LoBiondo. ... James Schureman (February 12, 1756– January 22, 1824) was an American merchant and statesman from New Brunswick, New Jersey. ... Richard Stockton (1764-1828) was a respected lawyer that representated New Jersey in the U.S. Senate and later served in the House of Representatives. ... The Federalist Party was a political party during the First Party System in the United States of America, from 1792 to 1816. ... New Jerseys Third Congressional District is currently represented by Republican Jim Saxton. ... The Federalist Party was a political party during the First Party System in the United States of America, from 1792 to 1816. ... Fourteenth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... New Jerseys Second Congressional District is currently represented by Republican Frank LoBiondo. ... Henry Southard, (father of Isaac Southard and Samuel Lewis Southard), a Representative from New Jersey; born in Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y., October 7, 1747; moved with his parents to Basking Ridge, N.J., in 1755; attended the common schools and worked on a farm; served as a private and... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... New Jerseys Third Congressional District is currently represented by Republican Jim Saxton. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article may require rewriting and/or reformatting. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... Fifteenth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... New Jerseys First Congressional District is currently represented by Democrat Rob Andrews. ... Charles Kinsey (1773-1849) was a U.S. Representative from New Jersey. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... New Jerseys Third Congressional District is currently represented by Republican Jim Saxton. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article may require rewriting and/or reformatting. ... Joseph Bloomfield (1753-1823) in a painting by Charles Peale Joseph Bloomfield (1753-1823) gravestone at Saint Mary’s Episcopal Churchyard in Burlington, New Jersey Joseph Bloomfield (October 18, 1753, Woodbridge, New Jersey – October 3, 1823, Burlington, New Jersey) was a Governor of New Jersey. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... Sixteenth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... New Jerseys First Congressional District is currently represented by Democrat Rob Andrews. ... CONDIT, John, (father of Silas Condit), a Representative and a Senator from New Jersey; born in Orange, N.J., July 8, 1755; attended the public schools; studied medicine; served as a surgeon in the Revolutionary War; one of the founders and a trustee of the Orange Academy in 1785; member... Charles Kinsey (1773-1849) was a U.S. Representative from New Jersey. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... New Jerseys Second Congressional District is currently represented by Republican Frank LoBiondo. ... Henry Southard, (father of Isaac Southard and Samuel Lewis Southard), a Representative from New Jersey; born in Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y., October 7, 1747; moved with his parents to Basking Ridge, N.J., in 1755; attended the common schools and worked on a farm; served as a private and... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... Seventeenth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... 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During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... Jacksonian democracy refers to the political philosophy of President Andrew Jackson and his followers in the new Democratic Party. ... Jacksonian democracy refers to the political philosophy of President Andrew Jackson and his followers in the new Democratic Party. ... Jacksonian democracy refers to the political philosophy of President Andrew Jackson and his followers in the new Democratic Party. ... Samuel Swan (b. ... Ebenezer Tucker (born November 15, 1758 in Tuckers Beach, Burlington County, New Jersey-September 5, 1845) served in the United States House of Representatives from New Jersey where he was elected to serve in both the Nineteenth Congress and the Twentieth United States Congress. ... Twentieth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... Jacksonian democracy refers to the political philosophy of President Andrew Jackson and his followers in the new Democratic Party. ... Samuel Swan (b. ... Ebenezer Tucker (born November 15, 1758 in Tuckers Beach, Burlington County, New Jersey-September 5, 1845) served in the United States House of Representatives from New Jersey where he was elected to serve in both the Nineteenth Congress and the Twentieth United States Congress. ... Thomas Sinnickson (December 13, 1786– February 17, 1873) was an American jurist and statesman from Salem, New Jersey. ... (Redirected from 21st United States Congress) Twenty-first United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... it can also be known as NRP.The National Republican Party was a United States political party that existed for a relatively brief period in the 1820s at the start of the Second Party System. ... Samuel Swan (b. ... (Redirected from 22nd United States Congress) Twenty-second United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... it can also be known as NRP.The National Republican Party was a United States political party that existed for a relatively brief period in the 1820s at the start of the Second Party System. ... Isaac Southard (born August 30, 1783) was an Anti-Jacksonian member of the United States House of Representatives from 1831 to 1833, representing New Jersey at-large. ... (Redirected from 23rd United States Congress) Twenty-third United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... Jacksonian democracy refers to the political philosophy of President Andrew Jackson and his followers in the new Democratic Party. ... Philemon Dickerson (January 11, 1788; Succasunna, New Jersey – December 10, 1862; Paterson, New Jersey) was a United States congressman representing New Jersey and brother of politician Mahlon Dickerson. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article may require rewriting and/or reformatting. ... 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During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... The Whig Party was a political party of the United States during the era of Jacksonian democracy. ... Charles C. Stratton (1796-1850) For the little person of the same name, see General Tom Thumb. ... -1... During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... The Whig Party was a political party of the United States during the era of Jacksonian democracy. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... Philemon Dickerson (January 11, 1788; Succasunna, New Jersey – December 10, 1862; Paterson, New Jersey) was a United States congressman representing New Jersey and brother of politician Mahlon Dickerson. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... Peter Dumont Vroom (December 12, 1791 – November 18, 1873) was a Governor of New Jersey. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... (Redirected from 27th United States Congress) Twenty-seventh United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... During the first fifty years of the United States, states entitled to more than one Representative in U.S. Congress could use either congressional districts or general ticket representation. ... The Whig Party was a political party of the United States during the era of Jacksonian democracy. ... Charles C. Stratton (1796-1850) For the little person of the same name, see General Tom Thumb. ... (Redirected from 28th United States Congress) Twenty-eighth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... William Wright (November 13, 1794-November 1, 1866) was a US Senator and US Representative from New Jersey. ... The Whig Party was a political party of the United States during the era of Jacksonian democracy. ... (Redirected from 29th United States Congress) Twenty-ninth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... The Whig Party was a political party of the United States during the era of Jacksonian democracy. ... Samuel Gardiner Wright (1781 - 1845) was born in Wrightstown, New Jersey. ... The Whig Party was a political party of the United States during the era of Jacksonian democracy. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... John Runk, (July 3, 1791 - September 22, 1872) was born in Milltown (now Idell), Hunterdon County, New Jersey. ... 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The Whig Party was a political party of the United States during the era of Jacksonian democracy. ... This is a list of members of the Thirty-First United States Congress. ... The Whig Party was a political party of the United States during the era of Jacksonian democracy. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... James Gore King (1791 - 1853) was an American businessman and politician. ... The Whig Party was a political party of the United States during the era of Jacksonian democracy. ... Thirty-second States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... The Whig Party was a political party of the United States during the era of Jacksonian democracy. ... Rodman McCamley Price (March 5, 1816 – June 7, 1894) was Governor of New Jersey from 1854 to 1857. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... Senators Stephen Adams (D-MS) Philip Allen (D-RI) David Rice Atchison (D-MO) Charles Gordon Atherton (D-NH) George Edmund Badger (Whig-NC) James Asheton Bayard (D-DE) John Asheton Bell (Whig-TN) Judah Philip Benjamin (Whig-LA) Solon Philip Borland (D-AR) Lawrence Philip Brainerd (Free Soil-VT... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... The Whig Party was a political party of the United States during the era of Jacksonian democracy. ... // Dates of Sessions 1855-1857 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from December 3, 1855 to August 18, 1856. ... Sessions of the 35th Congress, (1857-1859) Rusk was elected in place of Mason March 14, 1857. ... Thirty Sixth Congress of the United States - 1859-61 Congressional Profile Total Membership, House of Representatives: 238 Representatives, 5 Delegates Total Membership, Senate: 64 (prior to admission of Oregon), 66 (after admission) Leadership Speaker of the House: William Pennington, Republican-New Jersey President of the Senate: John C. Breckinridge Senate... William Pennington William Pennington (May 4, 1796–February 16, 1862) was an American lawyer and politician. ... Dates of Sessions 1861-1863 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from July 4, 1861 to August 6, 1861. ... The Thirty-Eighth Congress of the United States began on March 4, 1863 and ended on March 3, 1865. ... The Thirty-Ninth Congress of the United States began on March 4, 1865 and ended on March 3, 1867. ... William Augustus Newell (September 5, 1817 - August 8, 1901), was a physician, a three-term Congressman, and the Governor of New Jersey from 1857 to 1860, and of the Washington Territory from 1880-1884. ... // Dates of Sessions 1867-1869 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from March 4, 1867 to December 1, 1867. ... John Hill (c. ... Dates of Sessions 1869-1871 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from March 4, 1869 to April 10, 1869. ... Dates of Sessions 1871-1873 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from March 4, 1871 to April 20, 1871. ... {{move}} // Dates of Sessions December 1, 1873 to March 3, 1875. ... William Walter Phelps (August 24, 1839 - June 17, 1894), the son of a successful New York City merchant and financier, was born in Dundaff, Pennsylvania. ... Marcus Lawrence Ward (1812–1884) was a United States political figure. ... // Forty-fourth United States Congress Dates of Sessions December 6, 1875 to March 3, 1877. ... Dates of Sessions 1877-1879 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from October 15, 1877 to December 3, 1877. ... Thomas Baldwin Peddie (February 12, 1808 – February 16, 1889) was the Republican member of New Jersey state house of assembly from 1864-1865; The Mayor of Newark, New Jersey from 1866 to 1869 and the US Representative from New Jersey 6th District from 1877 to 1879. ... The Forty-sixth United States Congress was a meeting of the United States national legislature, including the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives. ... George Maxwell Robeson (1829–1897) was a New Jersey lawyer and politician who served as a Union general during the Civil War, and then as Secretary of the Navy during the Grant administration. ... Dates of Sessions 1881-1883 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from December 5, 1881 to August 8, 1882. ... John Hill (c. ... Dates of Sessions 1883-1885 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from December 3, 1883 to July 7, 1884. ... John Kean (December 4, 1852 – November 4, 1914) was an American lawyer and banker from Elizabeth, New Jersey. ... William Walter Phelps (August 24, 1839 - June 17, 1894), the son of a successful New York City merchant and financier, was born in Dundaff, Pennsylvania. ... William Gibbs McAdoo (October 31, 1863–February 1, 1941) was a U.S. Senator and United States Secretary of the Treasury. ... Dates of Sessions 1885-1887 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from December 7, 1885 to August 5, 1886. ... Robert Stockton Green (March 25, 1831–May 7, 1895) was born in Princeton, New Jersey. ... Senators Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich (R-RI) William Boyd Allison (R-IA) William Brimage Bate (D-TN) James Burnie Beck (D-KY) James Henderson Berry (D-AR) Joseph Clay Blackburn (D-KY) Henry William Blair (R-NH) Rufus William Blodgett (D-NJ) Thomas Mead Bowen (R-CO) Joseph Emerson Brown (D... John Kean (December 4, 1852 – November 4, 1914) was an American lawyer and banker from Elizabeth, New Jersey. ... The Fifty-first United States Congress, dominated by the Republican Party and held between 1889 and 1891, was responsible for a number of pieces of landmark legislation, many of which asserted the authority of the federal government. ... GEISSENHAINER, Jacob Augustus, a Representative from New Jersey; born in New York City August 28, 1839; attended private schools, and was graduated from Columbia College at New York City in 1858; studied law at Yale College, and at New York University, where he was graduated; also a student in the... Dates of Sessions 1891-1893 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from December 7, 1891 to August 5, 1892. ... The 53rd United States Congress served from 1893 to 1895. ... Dates of Sessions 1895-1897 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from December 2, 1895 to June 11, 1896. ... Categories: People stubs | U.S. Supreme Court justices | New Jersey Supreme Court justices | New Jersey State Senators | Members of the U.S. House of Representatives | 1858 births | 1924 deaths ... // Dates of Sessions March 4, 1897, to March 3, 1899 Major Political Events Officers Senate House of Representatives Speaker of the House Thomas Brackett Reed Members of the Fifty-fifth United States Congress Senate Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich (R-RI) William Vincent Allen (Pop-NE) William Boyd Allison (R-IA) Augustus... // Dates of Sessions March 4, 1899, to March 3, 1901 Major Political Events Vice President Garret A. Hobart had died right before the convening of the first session so William P. Frye served as acting President Pro Tempore Officers Senate President Pro Tempore William P. Frye Senate Republican Conference Chairman... // Dates of Sessions March 4, 1901, to March 3, 1903 Major Political Events Officers Senate President Pro Tempore William P. Frye Senate Republican Conference Chairman William B. Allison House of Representatives Speaker of the House David B. Henderson House Democratic Floor Leader James D. Richardson House Republican Floor Leader Sereno... Dates of Sessions 1903-1905 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from November 9, 1903 to December 7, 1903. ... William Hughes (born April 3, 1872 in Drogheda, Ireland; died January 30, 1918 in Trenton, New Jersey) was a New Jersey politician who served in both houses of the United States Congress. ... Dates of Sessions 1905-1907 The first session of this Congress took place in Washington, DC from December 4, 1905 to June 30, 1906. ... Senators Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich (R-RI) William Boyd Allison (R-IA) Levi Boyd Ankeny (R-WA) Augustus Octavius Bacon (D-GA) Joseph Weldon Bailey (D-TX) John Hollis Bankhead (D-AL) Albert Jeremiah Beveridge (R-IN) William Edgar Borah (R-ID) Jonathan Edgar Bourne (R-OR) Frank Bosworth Brandegee (R... William Hughes (born April 3, 1872 in Drogheda, Ireland; died January 30, 1918 in Trenton, New Jersey) was a New Jersey politician who served in both houses of the United States Congress. ... // Dates of Sessions March 4, 1909, to March 3, 1911 Major Political Events Officers Senate House of Representatives Members of the Sixty-first United States Congress Senate Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich (R-RI) Augustus Octavius Bacon (D-GA) Joseph Weldon Bailey (D-TX) John Hollis Bankhead (D-AL) Albert Jeremiah Beveridge... // Dates of Sessions 1911-1913 Major Political Events New Mexico was admitted to the Union on 6 January 1912; Arizona was admitted on 14 February 1912, the last of the 48 contiguous states to join the Union. ... // Dates of Sessions 1913-1915 Major Political Events World War I began 28 July 1914; President Woodrow Wilson declares strict U.S. neutrality on 19 August 1914. ... Senators Henry Fountain Ashurst (D-AZ) John Hollis Bankhead (D-AL) John Crepps Beckham (D-KY) William Edgar Borah (R-ID) James Henry Brady (R-ID) Frank Bosworth Brandegee (R-CT) Robert Foligny Broussard (D-LA) Nathan Philemon Bryan (D-FL) Edwin Chick Burleigh (R-ME) Thomas Benton Catron (R... This article needs to be wikified. ... Dates of Sessions Major Political Events Officers Senate House of Representatives Speaker of the House - Frederick H. Gillett Members of the Sixty-sixth United States Congress Senate Henry F. Ashurst, Democrat, Arizona Lewis H. Ball, Republican, Delaware John H. Bankhead, Democrat, Alabama. ... Cornelius Augustine McGlennon I (December 10, 1878 – June 13, 1931) was a New Jersey politician. ... Dates of Sessions 1921-1923 Major Political Events Officers Senate President pro tempore - Albert B. Cummins House of Representatives Speaker of the House - Frederick H. Gillett Members of the Sixty-seventh United States Congress Senate Henry F. Ashurst, Democrat, Arizona Lewis H. Ball, Republican, Delaware Thomas F. Bayard, Jr. ... Dates of Sessions 1923-1925 Major Political Events Officers Senate President pro tempore - Albert B. Cummins House of Representatives Speaker of the House - Frederick H. Gillett Members of the Sixty-seventh United States Congress Senate Alva B. Adams, Democrat, Colorado Henry F. Ashurst, Democrat, Arizona Lewis H. Ball, Republican, Delaware... Frank J. McNulty was born in Londonderry, Ireland, August 10, 1872, died May 26, 1926. ... Sessions of the 69th Congress, (1925-1927) The Special Session was called by President Calvin Coolidge on February 14, 1925. ... Charles Aubrey Eaton (March 28, 1868 – January 23, 1953) was a Canadian-born clergyman and politician who rose to lead prominent congregations at Natick, Massachusetts, 1893–1895; Bloor Street, Toronto, 1895–1901; Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, 1901–1909; and at Madison Avenue, New York City, 1909–1919. ... Mary Teresa Norton née Hopkins (March 7, 1875 – August 2, 1959) was an American politician. ... Senators Henry Fountain Ashurst (D-AZ) Alben William Barkley (D-KY) Thomas Francis Bayard (D-DE) Hiram Francis Bingham (R-CT) Hugo Lafayette Black (D-AL) John James Blaine (R-WI) Coleman Livingston Blease (D-SC) William Edgar Borah (R-ID) Sam Gilbert Bratton (D-NM) Smith Wildman Brookhart (R... Charles Anderson Wolverton (October 24, 1880; Camden, New Jersey – May 16, 1969; Camden, New Jersey) represented New Jersey as a Republican in the United States House of Representatives for nearly 32 years. ... Harold Giles Hoffman (February 7, 1896–June 4, 1954) was an American politician who was the Republican Governor of New Jersey from 1935 to 1938. ... Fred Allan Hartley, Jr. ... The 71st United States Congress met from 1929 to 1931. ... The 72nd Congress met from December 7, 1931 to March 3, 1933. ... William Halstead Sutphin (August 30, 1887 in Browntown, Middlesex County, New Jersey – October 14, 1972 in Salisbury, Maryland) was an American military, business and political figure, serving in the U.S. House of Representatives (1931–1943) as a Democrat from the State of New Jersey. ... The 73rd Congress met from March 9, 1933 to January 2, 1935. ... Charles Aubrey Eaton (March 28, 1868 – January 23, 1953) was a Canadian-born clergyman and politician who rose to lead prominent congregations at Natick, Massachusetts, 1893–1895; Bloor Street, Toronto, 1895–1901; Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, 1901–1909; and at Madison Avenue, New York City, 1909–1919. ... Fred Allan Hartley, Jr. ... Peter Angelo Cavicchia, Member of the United States Congress, was born in Roccamandolfi, Province of Campobasso, Italy, May 22, 1879. ... Mary Teresa Norton née Hopkins (March 7, 1875 – August 2, 1959) was an American politician. ... 74th Congress (1935-1937) Congressional Profile Total Membership: 435 Representatives, 2 Delegates, 3 Resident Commissioners Party Divisions: 322 Democrats, 103 Republicans, 7 Progressives, 3 Farmer-Labor Leadership & Officers Speaker of the House: Joseph W. Byrns (D-Tennessee) Died June 4, 1936. ... Senators Alva Blanchard Adams (D-CO) Charles Oscar Andrews (D-FL) Henry Fountain Ashurst (D-AZ) Warren Robinson Austin (R-VT) Nathan Lynn Bachman (D-TN) Josiah William Bailey (D-NC) John Hollis Bankhead (D-AL) William Warren Barbour (R-NJ) Alben William Barkley (D-KY) Alexander Grant Barry (R... J. Parnell Thomas (January 16, 1895 – November 19, 1970) was an American lawyer, stockbroker, politician and convicted criminal. ... Senators Democratic majority with 74 to 30 republicans. ... Robert Winthrop Kean (September 28, 1893; Elberon, New Jersey – September 21, 1980; Livingston, New Jersey) was a Republican politician who represented New Jersey in the U.S. House of Representatives for twenty years. ... 77th Congress Party Divisions: Senate 66 Democrats 28 Republicans 1 Independent 1 Progressive House of Representatives 267 Democrats 162 Republicans 3 Progressives 1 American-Labor 1 Farmer-Labor 1 Independent Democrat Officers: Speaker of the House: Sam Rayburn (D-Texas) Majority Leader: John W. McCormack (D-Massachusetts) Minority Leader: Joseph... Senators George David Aiken (R-VT) Charles Oscar Andrews (D-FL) Warren Robinson Austin (R-VT) Josiah William Bailey (D-NC) Joseph Hurst Ball (R-MN) John Hollis Bankhead (D-AL) William Warren Barbour (R-NJ) Alben William Barkley (D-KY) Theodore Gilmore Bilbo (D-MS) Homer Truett Bone (D... James Coats Auchincloss (January 19, 1885 in New York City – October 2, 1976 in Alexandria, Virginia) was an American business and political figure, serving in the U.S. House of Representatives (1943–1965) as a Republican from the State of New Jersey. ... Frank Leander Sundstrom (born January 5, 1901, Massena, New York; died May 23, 1980, Summit, New Jersey) was a Republican Party member of the United States House of Representatives. ... Senators George David Aiken (R-VT) Charles Oscar Andrews (D-FL) Warren Robinson Austin (R-VT) Josiah William Bailey (D-NC) Raymond Earl Baldwin (R-CT) Joseph Hurst Ball (R-MN) John Hollis Bankhead (D-AL) Alben William Barkley (D-KY) Theodore Gilmore Bilbo (D-MS) Ralph Owen Brewster (R... Clifford P. Case on the cover of Time Magazine (18 October 1954) Clifford Phillip Case (16 April 1904 in Franklin Park, New Jersey – 5 March 1982 in Washington, DC) was an American lawyer political figure, serving in the U.S. House of Representatives (1945–1953) and United States Senate (1955... 80th Congress (1947-1949) Congressional Profile Total Membership: 435 Representatives, 2 Delegates, 1 Resident Commissioner Party Divisions: 246 Republicans, 188 Democrats, 1 American-Labor Leadership & Officers Speaker of the House: Joseph W. Martin, Jr. ... 81st Congress (1949-1951) Congressional Profile Total Membership: 435 Representatives, 2 Delegates, 1 Resident Commissioner Party Divisions: 263 Democrats, 171 Republicans, 1 American-Labor Leadership & Officers Speaker of the House: Sam Rayburn (D- Texas) Majority Leader: John W. McCormack (D- Massachusetts) Minority Leader: Joseph W. Martin, Jr. ... Peter Wallace Rodino Jr. ... Hugh Joseph Addonizio (1914 - 1981) was a U.S. political figure. ... Members of the Eighty-Second United States Congress 1951 - 1952 Fred George Aandahl (Representative), Republican, ND Watkins Moorman Abbitt (Representative), Democrat, VA Thomas Gerstle Abernethy (Representative), Democrat, MS Edwin Ross Adair (Representative), Republican, IN Hugh Joseph Addonizio (Representative), Democrat, NJ George David Aiken (Senator), Republican, VT Carl Bert Albert (Representative... The Eighty-third United States Congress was in session from 1953 to 1955. ... Peter Hood Ballantine Frelinghuysen, Jr. ... Harrison Williams Harrison Arlington Williams, Jr. ... The Eighty-fourth United States Congress was in session from 1955 to 1957. ... Frank Thompson, Jr. ... The Eighty-fifth United States Congress was in session from 1957 to 1959. ... Senators George David Aiken (R-VT) Gordon Llewellyn Allott (R-CO) Clinton Presba Anderson (D-NM) Edward Lewis Bartlett (D-AK) James Glenn Beall (R-MD) Wallace Foster Bennett (R-UT) Alan Harvey Bible (D-NV) Henry Styles Bridges (R-NH) Styles Bridges (R-NH) Clarence Norman Brunsdale (R-ND... William Thomas Cahill (June 25, 1912–July 1, 1996) was an American politician who was a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New Jersey from 1959 to 1970 and the Governor of New Jersey from 1970 to 1974. ... Cornelius Edward Gallagher (born March 2, 1921 in Bayonne, New Jersey) was a U.S. Representative from New Jersey. ... Sessions of the 87th Congress, (1961-1963) Categories: United States Congress by session ... Dates of Sessions January 3, 1963-January 3, 1965 Major Political Events Senator Robert C. Byrd makes a record breaking fillibuster in that it lasts 14 hours and 13 minutes. ... Joseph George Minish (born September 1, 1916 in Throop, Pennsylvania) was a U.S. congressman representing New Jersey as a Democrat. ... Members Senate ... James John Howard (July 24, 1927 in Irvington, New Jersey – March 25, 1988 in Washington, DC) was an American educator and political figure, serving in the U.S. House of Representatives (1965–1988) as a Democrat from the State of New Jersey. ... The Ninetieth United States Congress was in session from 1967 to 1969. ... Charles William Sandman, Jr. ... William Thomas Cahill (June 25, 1912–July 1, 1996) was an American politician who was a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New Jersey from 1959 to 1970 and the Governor of New Jersey from 1970 to 1974. ... The Ninety-first United States Congress was in session from 1969 to 1971. ... Dates The first session convened on 21 January 1971, and adjourned on 17 December 1971. ... The Ninety-third United States Congress was in session from 1973 to 1975. ... Matthew John Rinaldo (born September 1, 1931 in Elizabeth, New Jersey) represented New Jersey in the U.S. House of Representatives for twenty years. ... The Ninety-fourth United States Congress was in session from 1975 to 1977. ... James Joseph Florio (born August 29, 1937) was the Democratic Governor of the U.S. state of New Jersey from 1990 to 1994, the first Italian-American to hold the position. ... William John Hughes (born October 17, 1932 in Salem, New Jersey) was a Democrat who represented New Jerseys second district in the United States House of Representatives for 20 years. ... Millicent Hammond Fenwick (February 25, 1910 – September 16, 1992) was a American fashion editor, politician, and diplomat. ... Helen Day Stevenson Meyner, also known as Helen S. Meyner (March 5, 1929; Queens County, New York – November 2, 1997; Captiva Island, Florida) was a Democratic U.S. Representative from New Jersey from 1975 through 1978. ... Ninety-fifth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... Ninety-sixth United States Congress Links and spelling have to be verified. ... Frank Joseph Guarini (August 20, 1924, Jersey City, New Jersey) represented New Jersey in the United States House of Representatives, where he represented the now-defunct Fourteenth Congressional District. ... Ninety-seventh United States Congress Members of the 97th United States Congress: States Alabama Senators Howell T. Heflin (D) Jeremiah Denton (R) Representatives 1. ... Christopher Henry Smith (born March 4, 1953 in Rahway, New Jersey) is a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives for the 4th District of New Jersey. ... Margaret Marge Scafati Roukema (born September 19, 1929 in Newark, New Jersey) represented New Jersey in the U.S. House of Representatives for twenty-two years as a Republican. ... Bernard J. Dwyer was a U.S. Representative from New Jersey, 1981-93. ... Ninety-Eighth United States Congress Members of the 98th United States Congress: States Alabama Senators Howell T. Heflin (D) Jeremiah A. Denton Jr. ... Margaret Marge Scafati Roukema (born September 19, 1929 in Newark, New Jersey) represented New Jersey in the U.S. House of Representatives for twenty-two years as a Republican. ... Bernard J. Dwyer was a U.S. Representative from New Jersey, 1981-93. ... Matthew John Rinaldo (born September 1, 1931 in Elizabeth, New Jersey) represented New Jersey in the U.S. House of Representatives for twenty years. ... Robert Guy Torricelli (born August 27, 1951), nicknamed the Torch, is an American politician from the U.S. state of New Jersey. ... // Alabama Senators Howell T. Heflin (D) Jeremiah A. Denton Jr. ... Dean Anderson Gallo (November 23, 1935 – November 6, 1994) was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives representing New Jerseys 11th congressional district for nearly ten years. ... Jim Saxton Hugh James Jim Saxton (born January 22, 1943), American politician, has been a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives since 1984, representing the Thirteenth Congressional District of New Jersey from 1984 to 1993 and the Third Congressional District from 1993. ... // Dates of Sessions January 3, 1987 to March 3, 1989 Major political events Bicentennial of the United States Constitution Major Legislation Officers Senate Majority leadership Minority leadership House of Representatives Members States Alabama Senators Howell T. Heflin (D) Richard C. Shelby (D) Representatives 1. ... Members of the 101st United States Congress: // States Alabama Senators Howell T. Heflin (D) Richard C. Shelby (D) Representatives 1. ... Frank Pallone, Jr. ... Donald Milford Payne (b. ... -1... Robert Ernest Andrews (born August 4, 1957) is an American politician. ... Richard A. Dick Zimmer is an American politician of the Republican Party. ... The 103rd United States Congress met from January 5, 1993 to January 3, 1995 // Dates of Sessions 1993-1995 First: Second: Major legislation See also: List of United States Federal Legislation#103rd United States Congress Party Summary Senate House of Representatives Officers Senate House of Representatives Members Alabama Senators Howell... Jim Saxton Hugh James Jim Saxton (born January 22, 1943), American politician, has been a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives since 1984, representing the Thirteenth Congressional District of New Jersey from 1984 to 1993 and the Third Congressional District from 1993. ... Frank Pallone, Jr. ... Robert Douglas Franks (1951-) is a Republican politician and former U.S. Representative from New Jersey. ... Herbert Klein (1930-) served in the United States House of Representatives from New Jersey. ... Robert Menendez (born January 1, 1954) is a Democratic politician from New Jersey. ... Members of the 104th United States Congress: // States Alabama Senators Howell T. Heflin (D) Richard C. Shelby (R) Representatives 1. ... Frank A. LoBiondo (born May 12, 1946), trucking executive and American politician, has been a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives since 1995, representing the Second Congressional District of New Jersey. ... William J. Martini, (January 10, 1947 in Passaic, New Jersey) also known as Bill Martini, is a current New Jersey judge. ... Rodney P. Frelinghuysen (born April 29, 1946 in New York, New York) has been a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives representing New Jerseys 11th Congressional District since 1995. ... Members of the 105th United States Congress: // States Alabama Senators Richard C. Shelby (R) Jefferson B. Sessions III (R) Representatives 1. ... William J. Pascrell, Jr. ... Steven R. Rothman (born October 14, 1952), American politician, is a member of the United States Congress for New Jerseys 9th Congressional District. ... Michael J. Pappas is a former Republican Congressman from New Jersey. ... // Leadership Senate House of Representatives States Members of the 106th United States Congress: Alabama Senators Richard C. Shelby (R) Jefferson B. Sessions III (R) Representatives 1. ... Rush Dew Holt (born October 15, 1948) is an American politician and the current U.S. Representative for New Jerseys 12th Congressional District (map). ... The 107th Congress met from January 3, 2001 to January 3, 2003. ... Michael A. Ferguson (born June 22, 1970 in Ridgewood, New Jersey) has been a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives for New Jerseys 7th Congressional District (map) since 2001. ... The 108th United States Congress met from January 7, 2003, to January 3, 2005. ... E. 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Key

Most major parties have been color-coded for easier identification.


This is a key to party colors for U.S. Senators and Members of the U.S. House of Representatives:

American (Know-Nothing) (K-N)
Anti-Administration (Anti-Admin)
Anti-Jacksonian (Anti-J)/
Adams-Clay Republican (Ad-Clay)/
National Republican
Anti-Masonic (Anti-M)
Democratic (D)
Democratic-Republican (D-R)
Farmer-Labor (FL)
Federalist (F)
Free Soil (FS)
Greenback (GB)
Independent / Unaffiliated
or changed during term
Jacksonian (J)
Populist (Pop.)
Pro-Administration (Pro-Admin)
Progressive (Prog.)
Republican (R)
Unionist (U)
Whig (W)
Lists of Congressional Delegations (with lists of Representatives, lists of Senators)
Alabama (H S) • Alaska (H S) • Arizona (H S) • Arkansas (H S) • California (H S) • Colorado (H S) • Connecticut (H S) • Delaware (H S) • Florida (H S) • Georgia (H S) • Hawaii (H S) • Idaho (H S) • Illinois (H S) • Indiana (H S) • Iowa (H S) • Kansas (H S) • Kentucky (H S) • Louisiana (H S) • Maine (H S) • Maryland (H S) • Massachusetts (H S) • Michigan (H S) • Minnesota (H S) • Mississippi (H S) • Missouri (H S) • Montana (H S) • Nebraska (H S) • Nevada (H S) • New Hampshire (H S) • New Jersey (H S) • New Mexico (H S) • New York (H S) • North Carolina (H S) • North Dakota (H S) • Ohio (H S) • Oklahoma (H S) • Oregon (H S) • Pennsylvania (H S) • Rhode Island (H S) • South Carolina (H S) • South Dakota (H S) • Tennessee (H S) • Texas (H S) • Utah (H S) • Vermont (H S) • Virginia (H S) • Washington (H S) • West Virginia (H S) • Wisconsin (H S) • Wyoming (H S)

American Samoa • District of Columbia • Guam • Puerto Rico • Virgin Islands

(Obsolete: Dakota Territory • Northwest Territory • Orleans Territory • Philippines) The Know-Nothing movement was a nativist American political movement of the 1850s. ... Anti-Administration Party is a term used by historians to describe the opponents of the policies of George Washingtons administration — especially Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamiltons financial policies — prior to the formation of the Federalist and Republican Parties; it is also sometimes used to describe the opponents of the... it can also be known as NRP.The National Republican Party was a United States political party that existed for a relatively brief period in the 1820s at the start of the Second Party System. ... The Anti-Masonic Party (also known as the Anti-Masonic Movement) was a 19th century minor political party in the United States. ... The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. ... The Democratic-Republican Party, the precursor of the modern-day Democratic Party, was one of two major American political parties in the First Party System that lasted from 1792 to 1824. ... The Farmer-Labor Party was a political party of Minnesota. ... The Federalist Party was a political party during the First Party System in the United States of America, from 1792 to 1816. ... It has been suggested that Free Soil be merged into this article or section. ... The Greenback Party (Greenback-Labor Party) was an American political party that was active between 1874 and 1884. ... In politics, an independent is a politician who is not affiliated with any political party. ... Jacksonian democracy refers to the political philosophy of President Andrew Jackson and his followers in the new Democratic Party. ... The Populist Party was a short-lived political party in the United States in the late 19th century. ... Pro-Administration Party is a term used by historians to describe the supporters of the policies of George Washingtons administration — especially Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamiltons financial policies — prior to the formation of the Federalist and Republican Parties; it is also sometimes used to describe the supporters of the... The Progressive Party may refer to: Progressive Party (United States, 1912), Theodore Roosevelts “Bull Moose Party” Progressive Party (United States, 1924), the Progressive Party of Wisconsin and the LaFollette family Progressive Party (United States, 1948), the Progressive Party of Henry Wallace--although this was one party through the time... This article is about the modern United States Republican Party. ... Map of the division of the states during the Civil War. ... The Whig Party was a political party of the United States during the era of Jacksonian democracy. ... Seal of the Congress. ... Seal of the House of Representatives The United States House of Representatives is, along with the United States Senate, one of the two houses of the Congress of the United States. ... Seal of the Senate The Senate of the United States of America is one of the two chambers of the Congress of the United States, the other being the House of Representatives. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Alabama to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Alabama to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Alabama was admitted to the Union on December 14 1819. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Alaska to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Don Young - Website - Alaska At Large[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members ... Alaska was admitted to the Union on January 3, 1959. ... These are complete tables of congressional delegations from Arizona to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Trent Franks - Website - Arizona 2nd Raul Grijalva - Website - Arizona 7th Jeff Flake - Website - Arizona 6th J.D. Hayworth - Website - Arizona 5th Jim Kolbe - Website - Arizona 8th Ed Pastor - Website - Arizona 4th Rick Renzi - Website - Arizona 1st John Shadegg - Website - Arizona 3rd[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members ... Arizona was admitted to the Union on February 14 1912. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Arkansas to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Marion Berry - Website - Arkansas 1st John Boozman - Website - Arkansas 3rd Mike Ross - Website - Arkansas 4th[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members Categories: | ... Arkansas was admitted to the Union on June 15, 1836. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from California in the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... 01. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into U.S. Congressional Delegations from California. ... It has been suggested that List of United States Senators from Colorado be merged into this article or section. ... Bob Beauprez - Website - Colorado 7th Diana DeGette - Website - Colorado 1st Joel Hefley - Website - Colorado 5th Marilyn Musgrave - Website - Colorado 4th John Salazar - Website - Colorado 3rd Tom Tancredo - Website - Colorado 6th Mark Udall - Website - Colorado 2nd[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members Categories: | ... Colorado was admitted to the Union on August 1, 1876. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Connecticut to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Rosa L. DeLauro - Website - Connecticut 3rd Nancy L. Johnson - Website - Connecticut 5th John B. Larson - Website - Connecticut 1st Christopher Shays - Website - Connecticut 4th Rob Simmons - Website - Connecticut 2nd[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members Categories: | ... Connecticut ratified the Constitution on January 9, 1788. ... These are timelines of congressional delegations from Delaware to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... U.S. Senators and U.S Representatives are elected by popular vote on the same day as the general state elections. ... Delaware ratified the Constitution on December 7, 1787. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Florida to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Bilirakis, Michael, Florida, 9th Boyd, Allen, Florida, 2nd Brown, Corrine, Florida, 3rd Brown-Waite, Virginia, Florida, 5th Crenshaw, Ander, Florida, 4th Davis, Jim, Florida, 11th Diaz-Balart, Lincoln, Florida, 21st - Lincoln Diaz-Balart Diaz-Balart, Mario, Florida, 25th Feeney, Tom, Florida, 24th Foley, Mark, Florida, 16th Hastings, Alcee L., Florida... Florida was admitted to the Union on March 3, 1845. ... John Barrow - Website - Georgia 12th Sanford D. Bishop Jr. ... |Georgia ratified the Constitution on January 2, 1788. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Hawaii to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Neil Abercrombie - Website - Hawaii 1st Ed Case - Website - Hawaii 2nd[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members Categories: | ... Hawaii was admitted to the Union on August 21, 1959. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Idaho to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Butch Otter - Website - Idaho 1st Mike Simpson - Website - Idaho 2nd[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members Categories: | ... Idaho was admitted to the Union on July 3, 1890. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Illinois to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Melissa L. Bean - Website - Illinois 8th Judy Biggert - Website - Illinois 13th Jerry Costello - Website - Illinois 12th Danny K. Davis - Website - Illinois 7th Rahm Emanuel - Website - Illinois 5th Lane Evans - Website - Illinois 17th Luis Gutierrez - Website - Illinois 4th Denny Hastert - Website - Illinois 14th Henry Hyde - Website - Illinois 6th Jesse L. Jackson... Illinois was admitted to the Union on December 3, 1818. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Indiana to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Dan Burton - Website - Indiana 5th Steve Buyer - Website - Indiana 4th Julia Carson - Website - Indiana 7th Chris Chocola - Website - Indiana 2nd John N. Hostettler - Website - Indiana 8th Mike Pence - Website - Indiana 6th Michael E. Sodrel - Website - Indiana 9th Mark E. Souder - Website - Indiana 3rd Peter Visclosky - Website - Indiana 1st[1] Notes... Indiana was admitted to the Union on December 11, 1816. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Iowa to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Leonard Boswell - Website - Iowa 3rd Steve King - Website - Iowa 5th Tom Latham - Website - Iowa 4th Jim Leach - Website - Iowa 2nd Jim Nussle - Website - Iowa 1st[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members ... Iowa was admitted to the Union on December 28, 1846. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Kansas to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Dennis Moore - Website - Kansas 3rd Jerry Moran - Website - Kansas 1st Jim Ryun - Website - Kansas 2nd Todd Tiahrt - Website - Kansas 4th[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members ... Kansas was admitted to the Union on January 29, 1861. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Kentucky to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... This is an incomplete list of all people who represented Kentucky in the United States House of Representatives. ... Kentucky was admitted to the Union on June 1, 1792. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Louisiana to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Rodney Alexander - Website - Louisiana 5th Richard Baker - Website - Louisiana 6th Charles W. Boustany Jr. ... Louisiana was admitted to the Union on April 30, 1812. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Maine to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Tom Allen - Website - Maine 1st Michael Michaud - Website - Maine 2nd[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members Category: ... Maine was admitted to the Union on March 15, 1820. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Maryland to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Roscoe Bartlett - Website - Maryland 6th Benjamin L. Cardin - Website - Maryland 3rd Elijah Cummings - Website - Maryland 7th Wayne Gilchrest - Website - Maryland 1st Steny H. Hoyer - Website - Maryland 5th Dutch Ruppersberger - Website - Maryland 2nd Chris Van Hollen - Website - Maryland 8th Albert Wynn - Website - Maryland 4th[1] This list is incomplete; you can... Maryland ratified the Constitution on April 28, 1788. ... These are incomplete tables of congressional delegations from Massachusetts to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... These are incomplete tables of congressional delegations from Massachusetts to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Massachusetts ratified the Constitution on February 26, 1788. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Michigan to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... This is a list of members of the United States House of Representatives, past and present, from the state of Michigan. ... Michigan was admitted to the Union on January 26, 1837. ... // These are tables of congressional delegations from Minnesota to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Gil Gutknecht - Website - Minnesota 1st Mark Kennedy - Website - Minnesota 6th John Kline - Website - Minnesota 2nd Betty McCollum - Website - Minnesota 4th James L. Oberstar - Website - Minnesota 8th Collin C. Peterson - Website - Minnesota 7th Jim Ramstad - Website - Minnesota 3rd Martin Olav Sabo - Website - Minnesota 5th[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of... Minnesota was admitted to the Union on May 11, 1858. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Mississippi to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... // 1st District 2nd District 3rd District POOP NAGELS ARE COOL! 5th District 6th District 7th District 8th District At Large ... Mississippi was admitted to the Union on December 10, 1817. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Missouri to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Todd Akin - Website - Missouri 2nd Russ Carnahan - Website - Missouri 3rd William Lacy Clay Jr. ... Missouri was admitted to the Union on August 10, 1821. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Montana to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Dennis Rehberg - Website - Montana At Large Categories: | ... Montana was admitted to the Union on November 8, 1889. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Nebraska to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Below is the list of United States Representatives from Nebraska: // 1st District The 1st Nebraska Congressional District 2nd District The 2nd Nebraska Congressional District 3rd District The 3rd Nebraska Congressional District 4th District 5th District 6th District Category: ... Nebraska was admitted to the Union on March 1, 1867. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Nevada to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Shelley Berkley - Website - Nevada 1st Jim Gibbons - Website - Nevada 2nd Jon Porter - Website - Nevada 3rd[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members ... Nevada was admitted to the Union on October 31, 1864. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from New Hampshire to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Charles Bass - Website - New Hampshire 2nd Jeb Bradley - Website - New Hampshire 1st[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members Categories: | ... New Hampshire ratified the Constitution on June 21, 1788. ... Robert E. Andrews - Website - New Jersey 1st Michael Ferguson - Website - New Jersey 7th Rodney Frelinghuysen - Website - New Jersey 11th Scott Garrett - Website - New Jersey 5th Rush Holt - Website - New Jersey 12th Frank LoBiondo - Website - New Jersey 2nd Frank Pallone Jr. ... New Jersey ratified the Constitution on December 18, 1787. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from New Mexico to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Steve Pearce - Website - New Mexico 2nd Tom Udall - Website - New Mexico 3rd Heather Wilson - Website - New Mexico 1st[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members Categories: | ... New Mexico was admitted to the Union on January 6, 1912. ... The state of New York ratified the U.S. Constitution on July 26, 1788, thereby becoming the eleventh state. ... Gary Ackerman - Website - New York 5th Timothy Bishop - Website - New York 1st Sherwood L. Boehlert - Website - New York 24th Joseph Crowley - Website - New York 7th Eliot Engel - Website - New York 17th Vito Fossella - Website - New York 13th Maurice Hinchey - Website - New York 22nd Steve Israel - Website - New York 2nd Sue... The state of New York ratified the Constitution on July 26, 1788, thereby becoming the eleventh state. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from North Carolina to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Members of the United States House of Representatives from the state of North Carolina: Charles Laban Abernethy Evan Shelby Alexander Hugh Quincy Alexander Nathaniel Alexander Sydenham Benoni Alexander Willis Alston Ike Franklin Andrews Robert Franklin Armfield Archibald Hunter Arrington John Baptista Ashe Thomas Samuel Ashe William Shepperd Ashe John Wilbur... United States Senate House of Representatives Congress District 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 1st* (1789-1791) John Baptista Ashe John Steele Hugh Williamson Timothy Bloodworth John Sevier 2nd* (1791-1793) William Barry Grove Nathaniel Macon 3rd* (1793-1795) William J. Dawson Matthew... These are tables of congressional delegations from North Dakota to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... This is a complete list of Members of and Delegates to the United States House of Representatives from North Dakota. ... North Dakota was admitted to the Union on November 2, 1889. ... It has been suggested that List of United States Senators from Ohio be merged into this article or section. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into U.S. Congressional Delegations from Ohio. ... Ohio was admitted to the Union on March 1, 1803. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Oklahoma to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Dan Boren - Website - Oklahoma 2nd Tom Cole - Website - Oklahoma 4th Ernest J. Istook Jr. ... Oklahoma was admitted to the Union on November 16, 1907. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Oregon to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Peter DeFazio - Website - Oregon 4th Darlene Hooley - Website - Oregon 5th Greg Walden - Website - Oregon 2nd David Wu - Website - Oregon 1st[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members ... This is a List of United States Senators from Oregon, in the United States of America. ... Map of Pennsylvania, depicting its congressional districts since the 108th Congress. ... Robert Brady - Website - Pennsylvania 1st Charles W. Dent - Website - Pennsylvania 15th Mike Doyle - Website - Pennsylvania 14th Phil English - Website - Pennsylvania 3rd Chaka Fattah - Website - Pennsylvania 2nd Michael G. Fitzpatrick - Website - Pennsylvania 8th Jim Gerlach - Website - Pennsylvania 6th Melissa Hart - Website - Pennsylvania 4th Paul E. Kanjorski - Website - Pennsylvania 11th Tim Holden... Pennsylvania ratified the Constitution on December 12, 1787. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Rhode Island to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Patrick Kennedy - Website - Rhode Island 1st Jim Langevin - Website - Rhode Island 2nd[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members Categories: | ... Rhode Island ratified the Constitution on May 29, 1790. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from South Carolina to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... J. Gresham Barrett - Website - South Carolina 3rd Henry E. Brown, Jr. ... South Carolina ratified the Constitution on May 23, 1788. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from South Dakota to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... This is a complete list as of 2006 of the people who have represented South Dakota in the United States House of Representatives, since statehood in 1889. ... The following is a list of United States Senators from South Dakota. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Tennessee to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Marsha Blackburn - Website - Tennessee 7th Jim Cooper - Website - Tennessee 5th Lincoln Davis - Website - Tennessee 4th John J. Duncan Jr. ... Tennessee was admitted to the Union on June 1, 1796. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Texas to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Joe Barton - Website - Texas 6th Henry Bonilla - Website - Texas 23rd Kevin Brady - Website - Texas 8th Michael Burgess - Website - Texas 26th John Carter - Website - Texas 31st K. Michael Conaway - Website - Texas 11th Henry Cuellar - Website - Texas 28th John Culberson - Website - Texas 7th Tom DeLay - Website - Texas 22nd Lloyd Doggett - Website - Texas... Texas was admitted to the Union on December 29 1845. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Utah to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Current list: Rob Bishop - Website - Utah 1st Chris Cannon - Website - Utah 3rd Jim Matheson - Website - Utah 2nd Previous Members and Delegates Notes Source: House of Representatives List of Members Categories: | | ... Utah was admitted to the Union on January 4, 1896. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Vermont to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Bernie Sanders - Website - Vermont At Large[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members Categories: | ... Vermont was admitted to the Union on March 4, 1791. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Virginia to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... This is an incomplete list of United States Representatives from Virginia since 1787 Sources House of Representatives List of Members Category: ... Virginia ratified the Constitution on June 25 1788. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Washington to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Brian Baird - Website - Washington 3rd Norman D. Dicks - Website - Washington 6th Doc Hastings - Website - Washington 4th Jay Inslee - Website - Washington 1st Rick Larsen - Website - Washington 2nd Jim McDermott - Website - Washington 7th Cathy McMorris - Website - Washington 5th David G. Reichert - Website - Washington 8th Adam Smith - Website - Washington 9th[1] Notes ^ House... Washington was admitted to the Union on November 11, 1889. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from West Virginia to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Shelley Moore Capito - Website - West Virginia 2nd Alan B. Mollohan - Website - West Virginia 1st Nick Rahall - Website - West Virginia 3rd[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members Categories: | ... West Virginia was admitted to the Union on June 19, 1863. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Wisconsin to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... Tammy Baldwin - Website - Wisconsin 2nd Mark Green - Website - Wisconsin 8th Ron Kind - Website - Wisconsin 3rd Gwen Moore - Website - Wisconsin 4th David R. Obey - Website - Wisconsin 7th Thomas Petri - Website - Wisconsin 6th Paul Ryan - Website - Wisconsin 1st F. James Sensenbrenner - Website - Wisconsin 5th[1] Notes ^ House of Representatives List of Members... Wisconsin was admitted to the Union on May 29, 1848. ... These are tables of members from Wyoming of the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... This page may meet Wikipedias criteria for speedy deletion. ... Wyoming was admitted to the Union on June 10, 1890. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from American Samoa to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from the District of Columbia to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico. ... These are tables of congressional delegations from Virgin Islands to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. ... From 1861 to 1890, Dakota Territory (what is now the two states of North Dakota and South Dakota) sent a single non-voting Delegate to the United States House of Representatives. ... In 1798, the Northwest Territory became eligible to send a non-voting delegate to the U.S. Congress. ... Orleans Territory was the name given to most of what is now the state of Louisiana (excluding that portion of the state which is west of the Sabine River. ...


 
 

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