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List of United States Representatives from North Dakota

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North Dakota was admitted as the 39th state to the United States of America on November 2, 1889. As of 2011, a total of 29 individuals have represented North Dakota in the U.S. House.

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

Historical representatives

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

Historical Representation to the US House by Party from North Dakota
Party Total
     Democratic 5
     Republican 23
     Non-partisan 1
Total Representatives 29
Representatives from North Dakota
Representatives Years Served Party
Henry Clay Hansbrough 1889-1890 Republican
Martin Nelson Johnson 1891-1898 Republican
Burleigh Folsom Spalding 1899-1900, 1903-1904 Republican
Thomas Frank Marshall 1901-1908 Republican
Asle Jorgenson Gronna 1905-1910 Republican
Louis Benjamin Hanna 1909-1912 Republican
Henry Thomas Helgesen 1911-1918 Republican
Patrick Daniel Norton 1913-1918 Republican
George Morley Young 1913-1924 Republican
John Miller Baer 1917-1920 Republican
James Herbert Sinclair 1919-1934 Republican
Olger Burton Burtness 1921-1932 Republican
Thomas Hall 1923-1932 Republican
William Lemke 1933-1950 Nonpartisan
Usher Lloyd Burdick 1935-1958 Republican
Charles Raymond Robertson 1941-1948 Republican
Fred George Aandahl 1951-1952 Republican
Otto Krueger 1953-1958 Republican
Quentin Northrup Burdick 1959-1960 Democratic
Don Levingston Short 1959-1964 Republican
Hjalmar Carl Nygaard 1961-1964 Republican
Mark Andrews 1963-1980 Republican
Rolland W. Redlin 1965-1966 Democratic
Thomas Savig Kleppe 1967-1970 Republican
Arthur Albert Link 1971-1972 Democratic
Byron Leslie Dorgan 1981-1992 Democratic
Earl Ralph Pomeroy, III 1993-2010 Democratic
Rick Berg 2011-2013 Republican
Kevin Cramer 2013-Present Republican

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