List of United States Representatives from Iowa

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Iowa was admitted as the 29th state to the United States of America on December 28, 1846. As of 2011, a total of 180 individuals have represented Iowa in the U.S. House.

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

Historical representatives

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

Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 1800s from Iowa
Party Total
     Democratic 18
     Republican 66
     Whig 2
     Oppositionist 1
     Greenbacker 3
Total Representatives 90
Representatives to the U.S. House in Iowa 1800s
Representative Years Served Party
S. Clinton Hastings Democratic 1846–1847
Shepherd Leffler Democratic 1846–1851
William Thompson Democratic 1847–1850
Daniel F. Miller Whig 1850–1851
Lincoln Clark Democratic 1851–1853
Bernhart Henn Democratic 1851–1855
John P. Cook Whig 1853–1855
Augustus Hall Democratic 1855–1857
Oppositionist James Thorington 1855–1857
Timothy Davis Republican 1857–1859
Samuel Curtis Republican 1857–1861
William Vandever Republican 1859–1861
James Falconer Wilson Republican 1861–1869
Josiah B. Grinnell Republican 1863–1867
John A. Kasson Republican 1863–1867, 1873–1877, and 1881-1884
Asahel W. Hubbard Republican 1863–1869
Hiram Price Republican 1863–1869 and 1877–1881
William B. Allison Republican 1863–1871
Grenville M. Dodge Republican 1867–1869
William Loughridge Republican 1867–1871 and 1873–1875
William Smyth Republican 1869–1870
Charles Pomeroy Republican 1869–1871
Francis W. Palmer Republican 1869–1873
George W. McCrary Republican 1869–1877
William P. Wolf Republican 1870–1871
Madison M. Walden Republican 1871–1873
Aylett R. Cotton Republican 1871–1875
William G. Donnan Republican 1871–1875
Jackson Orr Republican 1871–1875
James W. McDill Republican 1873–1877
Henry O. Pratt Republican 1873–1877
James Wilson Republican 1873–1877 and 1883–1885
Lucien Lester Ainsworth Democratic 1875–1877
John Q. Tufts Republican 1875–1877
S. Addison Oliver Republican 1875–1879
Ezekiel S. Sampson Republican 1875–1879
Theodore W. Burdick Republican 1877–1879
Rush Clark Republican 1877–1879
Henry J. B. Cummings Republican 1877–1879
Joseph C. Stone Republican 1877–1879
William F. Sapp Republican 1877–1881
Nathaniel C. Deering Republican 1877–1883
Edward H. Gillette Greenbacker 1879–1881
James B. Weaver Greenbacker 1879–1881 and 1885–1889
Cyrus C. Carpenter Republican 1879–1883
William George Thompson Republican 1879–1883
Thomas Updegraff Republican 1879–1883 and 1893–1899
Moses A. McCoid Republican 1879–1885
Marsena E. Cutts Republican 1881–1883
Sewall S. Farwell Republican 1881–1883
William P. Hepburn Republican 1881–1887 and 1893–1909
John C. Cook Democratic 1883–1835
William H. M. Pusey Democratic 1883–1885
Luman Hamlin Weller Greenbacker 1883–1885
Jeremiah H. Murphy Democratic 1883–1887
Adoniram J. Holmes Republican 1883–1889
Isaac S. Struble Republican 1883–1891
David B. Henderson Republican 1883–1903
Hiram Y. Smith Republican 1884–1885
Benjamin T. Frederick Democratic 1885–1887
Benton J. Hall Democratic 1885–1887
William E. Fuller Republican 1885–1889
Joseph Lyman Republican 1885–1889
Edwin H. Conger Republican 1885–1890
Albert R. Anderson Republican 1887–1889
Daniel Kerr Republican 1887–1891
John H. Gear Republican 1887–1891 and 1893–1895
Walter I. Hayes Democratic 1887–1895
Joseph R. Reed Republican 1889–1891
Joseph H. Sweney Republican 1889–1891
John F. Lacey Republican 1889–1891 and 1893–1907
James P. Flick Republican 1889–1893
Jonathan P. Dolliver Republican 1889–1900
Edward R. Hays Republican 1890–1891
Thomas Bowman Democratic 1891–1893
Walter H. Butler Democratic 1891–1893
John Taylor Hamilton Democratic 1891–1893
John J. Seerley Democratic 1891–1893
Frederick E. White Democratic 1891–1893
George D. Perkins Republican 1891–1899
John A. T. Hull Republican 1891–1911
Alva L. Hager Republican 1893–1899
Robert G. Cousins Republican 1893–1909
Samuel M. Clark Republican 1895–1899
George M. Curtis Republican 1895–1899
Smith McPherson Republican 1899–1900
Joseph R. Lane Republican 1899–1901
Lot Thomas Republican 1899–1905
Thomas Hedge Republican 1899–1907
Gilbert N. Haugen Republican 1899–1933
Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 1900s from Iowa
Party Total
     Democratic 32
     Republican 56
Total Representatives 88
Representatives to the U.S. House in Iowa 1900s
Representative Years Served Party
James P. Conner Republican 1900–1909
Walter I. Smith Republican 1900–1911
John N. W. Rumple Republican 1901–1903
Martin Joseph Wade Democratic 1903–1905
Benjamin P. Birdsall Republican 1903–1909
Albert F. Dawson Republican 1905–1911
Elbert H. Hubbard Republican 1905–1912
Daniel W. Hamilton Democratic 1907–1909
Charles A. Kennedy Republican 1907–1921
William Darius Jamieson Democratic 1909–1911
Nathan E. Kendall Republican 1909–1913
Charles E. Pickett Republican 1909–1913
Frank P. Woods Republican 1909–1919
James William Good Republican 1909–1921
Irvin S. Pepper Democratic 1911–1913
Solomon F. Prouty Republican 1911–1915
Horace Mann Towner Republican 1911–1923
William R. Green Republican 1911–1928
George Cromwell Scott Republican 1912–1915 and 1917–1919
Maurice Connolly Democratic 1913–1915
Sanford Kirkpatrick Democratic 1913–1915
Henry Vollmer Democratic 1914–1915
Thomas J. Steele Democratic 1915–1917
Burton E. Sweet Republican 1915–1923
Harry E. Hull Republican 1915–1925
C. William Ramseyer Republican 1915–1933
Cassius C. Dowell Republican 1915–1935 and 1937–1940
William D. Boies Republican 1919–1929
Lester J. Dickinson Republican 1919–1931
Cyrenus Cole Republican 1921–1933
William F. Kopp Republican 1921–1933
Hiram Kinsman Evans Republican 1923–1925
Thomas J. B. Robinson Republican 1923–1933
F. Dickinson Letts Republican 1925–1931
Lloyd Thurston Republican 1925–1939
Earl W. Vincent Republican 1928–1929
Ed H. Campbell Republican 1929–1933
Charles Edward Swanson Republican 1929–1933
Bernhard M. Jacobsen Democratic 1931–1936
Fred C. Gilchrist Republican 1931–1945
Albert C. Willford Democratic 1933–1935
Guy Mark Gillette Democratic 1933–1936
Edward C. Eicher Democratic 1933–1938
Fred Biermann Democratic 1933–1939
Otha Wearin Democratic 1933–1939
Hubert Utterback Democratic 1935–1937
John W. Gwynne Republican 1935–1949
Vincent F. Harrington Democratic 1937–1942
William S. Jacobsen Democratic 1937–1943
Thomas E. Martin Republican 1939–1955
Karl M. LeCompte Republican 1939–1959
Henry O. Talle Republican 1939–1959
Ben F. Jensen Republican 1939–1965
Robert K. Goodwin Republican 1940–1941
Paul H. Cunningham Republican 1941–1959
Harry E. Narey Republican 1942–1943
Charles B. Hoeven Republican 1943–1965
James I. Dolliver Republican 1945–1957
Harold R. Gross Republican 1949–1975
Fred Schwengel Republican 1955–1965 and 1957–1973
Merwin Coad Democratic 1957–1963
Steven V. Carter Democratic 1959
Leonard G. Wolf Democratic 1959–1961
John Henry Kyl Republican 1959–1965 and 1967–1973
Neal Smith Democratic 1959–1995
James E. Bromwell Republican 1961–1965
Bert Bandstra Democratic 1965–1967
Stanley L. Greigg Democratic 1965–1967
John R. Hansen Democratic 1965–1967
John R. Schmidhauser Democratic 1965–1967
John Culver Democratic 1965–1975
Wiley Mayne Republican 1967–1975
William J. Scherle Republican 1967–1975
Edward Mezvinsky Democratic 1973–1977
Mike Blouin Democratic 1975–1979
Chuck Grassley Republican 1975–1981
Tom Harkin Democratic 1975–1985
Berkley Bedell Democratic 1975–1987
Jim Leach Republican 1977–2007
Tom Tauke Republican 1979–1991
T. Cooper Evans Republican 1981–1987
Jim Ross Lightfoot Republican 1985–1997
David R. Nagle Democratic 1987–1993
Fred Grandy Republican 1987–1995
Jim Nussle Republican 1991–2007
Greg Ganske Republican 1995–2003
Tom Latham Republican 1995-Present
Leonard Boswell Democratic 1997-2013
Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 2000s from Iowa
Party Total
     Democratic 2
     Republican 1
Total Representatives 3
Representatives to the U.S. House in Iowa 2000s
Representative Years Served Party
Steve King Republican 2003-Present
Bruce Braley Democratic 2007-Present
Dave Loebsack Democratic 2007-Present

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