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List of United States Representatives from Kansas

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Kansas was admitted as the 34th state to the United States of America on January 29, 1861. As of 2011, a total of 117 individuals have represented Kansas in the U.S. House.

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

Historical representatives

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

Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 1800s from Kansas
Party Total
     Democratic 2
     Republican 28
     Populist 12
Total Representatives 42
Representatives to the U.S. House in Kansas 1800s
Representative Years Served Party
Martin F. Conway Republican 1861–1863
Abel Carter Wilder Republican 1863–1865
Sidney Clarke Republican 1865–1871
David Perley Lowe Republican 1871–1875
Stephen A. Cobb Republican 1873–1875
William A. Phillips Republican 1873–1879
William R. Brown Republican 1875–1877
John R. Goodin Democratic 1875–1877
Dudley C. Haskell Republican 1877–1883
Thomas Ryan Republican 1877–1889
John Alexander Anderson Republican 1879–1891
Lewis Hanback Republican 1883–1887
Edmund Needham Morrill Republican 1883–1891
Bishop W. Perkins Republican 1883–1891
Samuel R. Peters Republican 1883–1891
Edward H. Funston Republican 1884–1894
Erastus J. Turner Republican 1887–1891
Harrison Kelley Republican 1889–1891
Benjamin H. Clover Populist 1891–1893
John G. Otis Populist 1891–1893
John Davis Populist 1891–1895
Jerry Simpson Populist 1891–1895 and 1897–1899
William Baker Populist 1891–1897
Case Broderick Republican 1891–1899
William A. Harris Populist 1893–1895
Thomas Jefferson Hudson Populist 1893–1895
Charles Curtis Republican 1893–1907
Horace Ladd Moore Democratic 1894–1895
Richard W. Blue Republican 1895–1897
Snyder S. Kirkpatrick Republican 1895–1897
Orrin L. Miller Republican 1895–1897
Chester I. Long Republican 1895–1897 and 1899–1903
William A. Calderhead Republican 1895–1897 and 1899–1911
Jeremiah D. Botkin Populist 1897–1899
Nelson B. McCormick Populist 1897–1899
Mason S. Peters Populist 1897–1899
William D. Vincent Populist 1897–1899
Edwin R. Ridgely Populist 1897–1901
Willis Joshua Bailey Republican 1899–1901
Justin De Witt Bowersock Republican 1899–1907
James Monroe Miller Republican 1899–1911
William A. Reeder Republican 1899–1911
Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 1900s from Kansas
Party Total
     Democratic 22
     Republican 48
Total Representatives 70
Representatives to the U.S. House in Kansas 1900s
Representative Years Served Party
Alfred Metcalf Jackson Democratic 1901–1903
Charles Frederick Scott Republican 1901–1911
Victor Murdock Republican 1903–1915
Philip P. Campbell Republican 1903–1923
Edmond H. Madison Republican 1907–1911
Daniel Read Anthony, Jr. Republican 1907–1929
Alexander C. Mitchell Republican 1911
Fred S. Jackson Republican 1911–1913
Rollin R. Rees Republican 1911–1913
Isaac D. Young Republican 1911–1913
Joseph Taggart Democratic 1911–1917
George A. Neeley Democratic 1912–1915
John R. Connelly Democratic 1913–1919
Dudley Doolittle Democratic 1913–1919
Guy T. Helvering Democratic 1913–1919
Jouett Shouse Democratic 1915–1919
William Augustus Ayres Democratic 1915–1921 and 1923–1934
Edward C. Little Republican 1917–1924
Jasper N. Tincher Republican 1919–1927
Hays B. White Republican 1919–1929
Homer Hoch Republican 1919–1933
James G. Strong Republican 1919–1933
Richard Ely Bird Republican 1921–1923
William H. Sproul Republican 1923–1931
U. S. Guyer Republican 1924–1925 and 1927–1943
Chauncey B. Little Democratic 1925–1927
Clifford R. Hope Republican 1927–1957
Charles I. Sparks Republican 1929–1933
William P. Lambertson Republican 1929–1945
Harold C. McGugin Republican 1931–1935
Kathryn O'Loughlin McCarthy Democratic 1933–1935
Randolph Carpenter Democratic 1933–1937
Edward White Patterson Democratic 1935–1939
John Mills Houston Democratic 1935–1943
Frank Carlson Republican 1935–1947
Edward Herbert Rees Republican 1937–1961
Thomas Daniel Winter Republican 1939–1947
Errett P. Scrivner Republican 1943–1959
Albert M. Cole Republican 1945–1953
Herbert Alton Meyer Republican 1947–1950
Wint Smith Republican 1947–1961
Myron V. George Republican 1950–1959
Howard Shultz Miller Democratic 1953–1955
William H. Avery Republican 1955–1964
James Floyd Breeding Democratic 1957–1963
Newell A. George Democratic 1959–1961
Denver David Hargis Democratic 1959–1961
Walter Lewis McVey, Jr. Republican 1961–1963
Robert Fred Ellsworth Republican 1961–1967
Bob Dole Republican 1961–1969
Garner E. Shriver Republican 1961–1977
Joe Skubitz Republican 1963–1978
Chester L. Mize Republican 1965–1971
Larry Winn Republican 1967–1985
Keith Sebelius Republican 1969–1981
William R. Roy Democratic 1971–1975
Martha Keys Democratic 1975–1979
Dan Glickman Democratic 1977–1995
James Edmund Jeffries Republican 1979–1983
Bob Whittaker Republican 1979–1991
Pat Roberts Republican 1981–1997
Jim Slattery Democratic 1983–1995
Jan Meyers Republican 1985–1997
Dick Nichols Republican 1991–1993
Sam Brownback Republican 1995–1996
Todd Tiahrt Republican 1995–2011
Vince Snowbarger Republican 1997–1999
Jim Ryun Republican 1997–2007
Jerry Moran Republican 1997–2011
Dennis Moore Democratic 1999–2011
Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 2000s from Kansas
Party Total
     Democratic 1
     Republican 4
Total Representatives 5
Representatives to the U.S. House in Kansas 2000s
Representative Years Served Party
Nancy Boyda Democratic 2007–2009
Lynn Jenkins Republican 2009-Present
Tim Huelskamp Republican 2011-Present
Mike Pompeo Republican 2011-Present
Kevin Yoder Republican 2011-Present

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