List of United States Representatives from Montana

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Montana was admitted as the 41st state to the United States of America on November 8, 1889. As of 2011, a total of 31 individuals have represented Montana in the U.S. House.

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

Historical representatives

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

  • Republican Party Thomas Henry Carter, serving from 1889–1891
  • Democratic Party William W. Dixon, serving from 1891–1893
  • Republican Party Charles S. Hartman, serving from 1893–1897
  • Democratic Party Albert J. Campbell, serving from 1899–1901
  • Caldwell Edwards (Populist), serving from 1901–1903
  • Republican Party Joseph M. Dixon, serving from 1903–1907
  • Republican Party Charles Nelson Pray, serving from 1907–1913
  • Democratic Party Tom Stout, serving from 1913–1917
  • Democratic Party John M. Evans, serving from 1913–1921
  • Republican Party Jeannette Rankin[1], serving from 1917–1919
  • Republican Party Carl W. Riddick, serving from 1919–1923
  • Republican Party Washington J. McCormick, serving from 1921–1923
  • Republican Party Scott Leavitt, serving from 1923–1933
  • Democratic Party Roy E. Ayers, serving from 1933–1937
  • Democratic Party Joseph P. Monaghan, serving from 1933–1937
  • Democratic Party Jerry J. O'Connell, serving from 1937–1939
  • Democratic Party James F. O'Connor, serving from 1937–1945
  • Republican Party Jacob Thorkelson, serving from 1939–1941
  • Democratic Party Mike Mansfield, serving from 1943–1953
  • Republican Party Wesley A. D'Ewart, serving from 1945–1955
  • Democratic Party Lee Metcalf, serving from 1953–1961
  • Republican Party Orvin B. Fjare, serving from 1955–1957
  • Democratic Party LeRoy H. Anderson, serving from 1957–1961
  • Republican Party James Franklin Battin, serving from 1961–1969
  • Democratic Party Arnold Olsen, serving from 1961–1971
  • Democratic Party John Melcher, serving from 1969–1977
  • Republican Party Richard G. Shoup, serving from 1971–1975
  • Democratic Party Max Baucus, serving from 1975–1978
  • Republican Party Ron Marlenee, serving from 1977–1993
  • Democratic Party Pat Williams, serving from 1979–1997
  • Republican Party Rick Hill, serving from 1997–2001

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