List of United States Representatives from Nevada

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Nevada was admitted as the 36th state to the United States of America on October 31, 1864. As of 2013, a total of 36 individuals have represented Nevada in the U.S. House.

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


Historical representatives

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

Historical Representation to the US House by Party from Nevada
Party Total
     Democratic 17
     Republican 19
Total Representatives 36
Representatives to the U.S. House in Nevada
Representative Years Served Party
Henry Gaither Worthington 1863-1864 Republican
Delos Rodeyn Ashley 1865-1868 Republican
Thomas Fitch 1869-1870 Republican
Charles West Kendall 1871-1874 Democratic
William Woodburn 1875-1888 Republican
Thomas Wren 1877-1878 Republican
Rollin Mallory Daggett 1879-1880 Republican
George Williams Cassidy 1881-1884 Democratic
Horace Franklin Bartine 1889-1892 Republican
Francis Griffith Newlands 1893-1902 Democratic
Clarence Dunn Van Duzer 1903-1906 Democratic
George Arthur Bartlett 1907-1910 Democratic
Edwin Ewing Roberts 1911-1918 Republican
Charles Robley Evans 1919-1920 Democratic
Samuel Shaw Ulysses Arentz 1921-1932 Republican
Charles Lenmore Richards 1923-1924 Democratic
James Graves Scrugham 1933-1940 Democratic
Maurice Joseph Sullivan 1943-1944 Democratic
Berkeley Lloyd Bunker 1945-1946 Democratic
Charles Hinton Russell 1947-1948 Republican
Walter Stephan Baring, Jr. 1949-1952, 1957-1972 Democratic
Clarence Clifton Young 1953-1956 Republican
David Gilmer Towell 1973-1974 Republican
James David Santini 1975-1982 Democratic
Harry Reid 1983-1986 Democratic
Barbara Farrell Vucanovich 1983-1996 Republican
James Hubert Bilbray 1987-1994 Democratic
John Eric Ensign 1995-1998 Republican
James A. Gibbons 1997-2006 Republican
Shelley Berkley 1999-2013 Democratic
Jon C. Porter 2003-2008 Republican
Dean Heller 2007-2011 Republican
Dina Titus 2009-2010, 2013-present Democratic
Mark E. Amodei 2011-Present Republican
Joe Heck 2011-Present Republican
Steven Horsford 2013-present Democratic

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