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[[Hawaii]] was admitted as the 50th state to the United States of America on August 21, 1959. As of 2011, a total of '''12 individuals have represented Hawaii in the U.S. House'''.
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[[Wisconsin]] was admitted as the 30th state to the United States of America on May 29, 1848. As of 2011, a total of '''178 individuals have represented Wisconsin in the U.S. House'''.
  
The current members of the [[U.S. House]] from [[Hawaii]] are:
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The current members of the [[U.S. House]] from [[Wisconsin]] are:
 
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==Historical representatives==
 
==Historical representatives==
 
The following individuals were elected to the U.S. House from Wisconsin.
 
The following individuals were elected to the U.S. House from Wisconsin.
#{{bluedot}} [[Daniel Inouye]], serving from 1959-1963
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#{{bluedot}} Thomas Gill, serving from 1963-1965
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#{{bluedot}} Spark Matsunaga, serving from 1963-1977
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#{{reddot}}Henry Cullen Adams, serving from 1903–1906
#{{bluedot}} Patsy Mink, serving from 1965-1977 and 1990-2002
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#{{reddot}}Thomas Ryum Amlie, serving from 1931–1933, 1935-1939
#{{bluedot}} [[Daniel Akaka]], serving from 1977-1990
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#{{bluedot}} Les Aspin 1971–1993
#{{bluedot}} Cecil Heftel, serving from 1977-1986
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#{{reddot}}David Atwood 1870–1871
#{{bluedot}} [[Neil Abercrombie]], serving from 1986-1987 and 1991-2010
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#{{bluedot}}Clinton Babbitt 1891–1893
#{{reddot}} Patricia Saiki, serving from 1987-1991
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#{{reddot}}Joseph W. Babcock 1893–1907
#{{bluedot}} Ed Case, serving from 2002-2007
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#{{bluedot}}Alvin Baldus 1975–1981
#{{bluedot}} [[Mazie Hirono]], serving from 2007-Present
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#{{reddot}}J. Allen Barber 1871–1875
#{{reddot}} Charles Djou, serving from 2010-2011
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#{{bluedot}}Peter W. Barca 1993–1995
#{{bluedot}} [[Colleen Hanabusa]], serving from 2011-Present
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#{{bluedot}}Lyman E. Barnes 1893–1895
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#{{reddot}Samuel S. Barney 1895–1903
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#{{bluedot}}Tom Barrett 1993–2003
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#{{bluedot}}Charles Barwig 1889–1895
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#{{reddot}Joseph D. Beck 1921–1929
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Victor L. Berger 1911–1913,1923–1929 
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==External links==
 
==External links==
 
*[http://artandhistory.house.gov/house_history/Members-of-the-House-by-State-Territory.pdf US House Historical representation by state]
 
*[http://artandhistory.house.gov/house_history/Members-of-the-House-by-State-Territory.pdf US House Historical representation by state]

Revision as of 23:02, 7 November 2011

Wisconsin was admitted as the 30th state to the United States of America on May 29, 1848. As of 2011, a total of 178 individuals have represented Wisconsin in the U.S. House.

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

Gwen Moore Democrat majority Jim Sensenbrenner Republican majority Mark Pocan Democrat majority Paul Ryan Republican majority Reid Ribble Republican majority Ron Kind Democrat majority Sean Duffy Republican majority Tom Petri Republican majority 

Historical representatives

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

  1. Republican PartyHenry Cullen Adams, serving from 1903–1906
  2. Republican PartyThomas Ryum Amlie, serving from 1931–1933, 1935-1939
  3. Democratic Party Les Aspin 1971–1993
  4. Republican PartyDavid Atwood 1870–1871
  5. Democratic PartyClinton Babbitt 1891–1893
  6. Republican PartyJoseph W. Babcock 1893–1907
  7. Democratic PartyAlvin Baldus 1975–1981
  8. Republican PartyJ. Allen Barber 1871–1875
  9. Democratic PartyPeter W. Barca 1993–1995
  10. Democratic PartyLyman E. Barnes 1893–1895
  11. {{reddot}Samuel S. Barney 1895–1903
  12. Democratic PartyTom Barrett 1993–2003
  13. Democratic PartyCharles Barwig 1889–1895
  14. {{reddot}Joseph D. Beck 1921–1929

Victor L. Berger 1911–1913,1923–1929


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