List of United States Representatives from New Mexico

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New Mexico was admitted as the 47th state to the United States of America on January 6, 1912. As of 2013, a total of 30 individuals have represented New Mexico in the U.S. House.

The current members of the U.S. House from New Mexico are:

Historical representatives

The following individuals were elected to the U.S. House from New Mexico.

Historical Representation to the US House by Party from New Mexico
Party Total
     Democratic 19
     Republican 11
Total Representatives 30
Representatives to the U.S. House from New Mexico
Representatives Years Served Party
George Curry 1911-1912 Republican
Harvey Butler Fergusson 1911-1914 Democratic
Benigno Cárdenas Hernandez 1915-1916, 1919-1920 Republican
William Bell Walton 1917-1918 Democratic
Néstor Montoya 1921-1922 Republican
John Morrow 1923-1928 Democratic
Albert Gallatin Simms 1929-1930 Republican
Dennis Chavez 1931-1934 Democratic
John Joseph Dempsey 1935-1958 Democratic
Clinton Presba Anderson 1941-1946 Democratic
Antonio Manuel Fernandez 1943-1956 Democratic
Georgia Lee Lusk 1947-1948 Democratic
John Esten Miles 1949-1950 Democratic
Joseph Manuel Montoya 1957-1964 Democratic
Thomas Gayle Morris 1959-1968 Democratic
E. S. Johnny Walker 1965-1968 Democratic
Edgar Franklin Foreman 1969-1970 Republican
Manuel Lujan, Jr. 1969-1988 Republican
Harold Lowell Runnels 1971-1980 Democratic
Joseph Richard Skeen 1981-2002 Republican
William Blaine Richardson 1983-1998 Democratic
Steven Harvey Schiff 1989-1998 Republican
William Thomas Redmond 1997-1998 Republican
Heather Wilson 1997-2008 Republican
Tom Udall 1999-2008 Democratic
Stevan Pearce 2003-Present Republican
Harry Teague 2009-2010 Democratic
Martin Heinrich 2009-2013 Democratic
Ben Ray Lujan, Jr. 2009-Present Democratic
Michelle Lujan Grisham 2013-present Democratic

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