State senators sorted by year first elected to senate, 1960's

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In the 50 American states, there are a total of 1,971 state senators.

This list sorts them according to the year they were first elected or appointed to their current office.

  • If a current state senator on this list previously held a different elective office, this list does not sort that person based on his or her year of election to the office held earlier. Rather, it sorts the senator only by the year of election/appointment to a currently-held position of state senator.
  • If a state senator served in office, left for a time, and then was elected again, that person is sorted by the year they were first elected.
  • In some states, senators are sworn-in to office the year that they were elected. In other states, they assume office (are sworn in) the following year, typically in January. Senators are sorted below based on the year they were appointed or elected, not on the year they were sworn in.
See also: State representatives sorted by year first elected

1962

  1. Fred Risser (D) from Wisconsin State Senate District 26.

1966

  1. Dave Nething (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 12.

1968

  1. Diane Bilyeu (D) from Idaho State Senate District 29.
  2. William Doyle (Vermont) (R) from Vermont Senate Washington District.

1970

 

1972

  1. Bill Raggio (R) from Nevada State Senate Washoe 3 District.
  2. Caesar Trunzo (R) from New York State Senate, District 3.

1974

  1. John McBurney (D) from Rhode Island State Senate District 15.
  2. Thomas Mike Miller, Jr. (Maryland) (D) from Maryland State Senate District 27.

1975

  1. Charles Colgan (D) from Virginia Senate District 29.

1976

  1. Harris McDowell (D) from Delaware State Senate District 1.
  2. Hugh Farley (R) from New York Senate District 49.
  3. John Pinto (D) from New Mexico Senate District 3.
  4. Kenneth LaValle (R) from New York Senate District 1.
  5. Nikki Setzler (D) from South Carolina State Senate District 26.
  6. Ray Holmberg (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 17.

1978

Hinton Mitchem, first elected to the Alabama State Senate in 1978
  1. Martin Connor (D) from New York State Senate, District 25.
  2. Robert Marshall (D) from Delaware State Senate District 3.
  3. Stewart Greenleaf (R) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 12.
  4. Timothy Jennings (D) from New Mexico Senate District 32.

1979

  1. Dick Saslaw (D) from Virginia Senate District 35.
  2. Tommy Gollott (R) from Mississippi State Senate, District 50.

1980

Vincent Illuzzi, first elected to the New York State Senate in 1980
  1. David McBride (D) from Delaware State Senate District 13.
  2. Harvey Peeler (R) from South Carolina State Senate District 14.
  3. Hugh Leatherman (R) from South Carolina State Senate District 31.
  4. Keith Langseth (D) from Minnesota State Senate District 9.
  5. Vincent Illuzzi (R) from Vermont Senate Essex-Orleans District.

1981

  1. Gerald Cardinale (R) from New Jersey State Senate District 39.
  2. Richard Codey (D) from New Jersey State Senate District 27.

1982

  1. Charles Scott (Wyoming) (R) from Wyoming State Senate District 30.
  2. Denton Darrington (R) from Idaho State Senate District 27.
  3. Frederick Berry (D) from Massachusetts State Senate Second Essex.
  4. Gen Olson (R) from Minnesota State Senate District 33.
  5. Henry Sanders (D) from Alabama State Senate District 23.
  6. Jim Kyle () from .
  7. John Whitmire (D) from Texas State Senate, District 15.
  8. Joseph Zakas (R) from Indiana State Senate District 11.
  9. LeRoy Stumpf (D) from Minnesota State Senate, District 1.
  10. Patricia L. Miller (R) from Indiana State Senate District 32.
  11. Randolph Townsend (R) from Nevada Gaming Commission.

1983

  1. Hob Bryan (D) from Mississippi State Senate, District 7.
  2. Raymond Lesniak (D) from New Jersey State Senate District 20.

1984

  1. Carlos Cisneros (D) from New Mexico Senate District 6.
  2. Dean Rhoads (R) from Nevada State Senate, Northern District.
  3. Dean Skelos (R) from New York Senate District 9.
  4. Dominick Ruggerio (D) from Rhode Island Senate District 4.
  5. Donna Boley (R) from West Virginia State Senate District 3.
  6. John Courson (R) from South Carolina State Senate District 20.
  7. John Matthews (D) from South Carolina State Senate District 39.
  8. Layton Freborg (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 8.
  9. Lyle Hillyard (R) from Utah State Senate District 25.
  10. Michael Gronstal (D) from Iowa State Senate District 8.
  11. Richard Mazza (D) from Vermont Senate Grand Isle District.
  12. Stuart Ingle (R) from New Mexico Senate District 27.
  13. Suzi Oppenheimer (D) from New York Senate District 37.
  14. Thomas Wyss (R) from Indiana State Senate, District 15.
  15. Velmanette Montgomery (D) from New York Senate District 25.
  16. Vi Simpson (D) from Indiana State Senate District 40.

1985

  1. Ronald Rice (D) from New Jersey State Senate District 28.

1986

  1. Bob Coffin () from Las Vegas City Council
    Ward 3.
  2. David Williams (Kentucky) () from .
  3. Dick Cohen (D) from Minnesota State Senate, District 64.
  4. Gene Fraise (D) from Iowa State Senate District 46.
  5. James L. Seward (R) from New York Senate District 51.
  6. James Metzen (D) from Minnesota State Senate, District 52.
  7. John Marty (D) from Minnesota State Senate, District 66.
  8. Judith Zaffirini (D) from Texas State Senate, District 21.
  9. Maryellen Goodwin (D) from Rhode Island Senate District 1.
  10. Randy McNally (R) from Tennessee State Senate District 5.
  11. Robert Cowles (R) from Wisconsin State Senate District 2.
  12. Robert Jauch (D) from Wisconsin State Senate, District 25.

1987

 

1988

  1. Austin M. Allran (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 42.
  2. Beverly Gard (R) from Indiana State Senate District 28.
  3. David O'Connell (D) from North Dakota State Senate District 6.
  4. DiAnna Schimek () from Nebraska State Senate, District 27.
  5. Gerald Neal (D) from Kentucky State Senate District 33.
  6. Henry Coe (R) from Wyoming State Senate District 18.
  7. John Kibbie (D) from Iowa State Senate District 4.
  8. John McGill (D) from Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina.
  9. Kemp Hannon (R) from New York Senate District 6.
  10. Mary Jane Garcia (D) from New Mexico Senate District 36.
  11. Mike Rose (South Carolina) (R) from South Carolina State Senate District 38.
  12. Richard McCormack (D) from Vermont Senate Windsor District.
  13. Robert Venables (D) from Delaware State Senate District 21.
  14. Serphin Maltese (R) from New York State Senate, District 15.
  15. Thelma Harper (D) from Tennessee State Senate District 19.
  16. Thomas Libous (R) from New York Senate District 52.
  17. William O'Dell (R) from South Carolina State Senate District 4.

1989

  1. John Girgenti (D) from New Jersey State Senate District 35.
  2. Karen Krebsbach (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 40.
  3. Larry Robinson (D) from North Dakota State Senate District 24.

1990

  1. Bill Bowman (North Dakota) (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 39.
  2. Dale Schultz (R) from Wisconsin State Senate, District 17.
  3. David Sokola (D) from Delaware State Senate District 8.
  4. Dean Cameron (R) from Idaho State Senate District 27.
  5. Earline Rogers (D) from Indiana State Senate District 3.
  6. Eddie Lucio (D) from Texas State Senate, District 27.
  7. Fletcher L. Hartsell, Jr. (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 36.
  8. George Hooks (D) from Georgia State Senate District 14.
  9. Glenn Reese (D) from South Carolina State Senate District 11.
  10. J.T. Waggoner (R) from Alabama State Senate District 16.
  11. Jack Hill (R) from Georgia State Senate District 4.
  12. James Merritt, Jr. (R) from Indiana State Senate District 31.
  13. John Cullerton (D) from Illinois State Senate District 6.
  14. Pam Roach (R) from Washington State Senate, District 31.
  15. Patricia Blevins (D) from Delaware State Senate District 7.
  16. Pete Campos (D) from New Mexico Senate District 8.
  17. Rhoda Perry (D) from Rhode Island Senate District 3.
  18. Robert Hedlund (R) from Massachusetts State Senate, Plymouth and Norfolk.
  19. Rodney Ellis (D) from Texas State Senate, District 13.
  20. Rusty Crowe (R) from Tennessee State Senate District 3.
  21. Sandra Pappas (D) from Minnesota State Senate, District 65.
  22. Stanley Rosenberg (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Hampshire, Franklin & Worcester.
  23. Stephen Saland (R) from New York Senate District 41.
  24. Steve Thompson (Georgia) (D) from Georgia State Senate District 33.
  25. Tom Buford (R) from Kentucky State Senate District 22.
  26. Wes Hayes (R) from South Carolina State Senate District 15.
  27. William Larkin (R) from New York Senate District 39.

1991

  1. Henry Marsh (D) from Virginia Senate District 16.
  2. Janet Howell (D) from Virginia Senate District 32.
  3. Joseph Kyrillos (R) from New Jersey State Senate District 13.
  4. Louise Lucas (D) from Virginia Senate District 18.
  5. Sampson Jackson (D) from Mississippi State Senate, District 32.
  6. Terry Burton (R) from Mississippi State Senate District 31.
  7. Thomas Norment (R) from Virginia Senate District 3.
  8. Walter Stosch (R) from Virginia Senate District 12.

1992

  1. Alberta Darling (R) from Wisconsin State Senate District 8.
  2. Andrew Ciesla (R) from New Jersey State Senate District 10.
  3. Anthony Guglielmo (R) from Connecticut State Senate District 35.
  4. Anthony Hensley (D) from Kansas State Senate District 19.
  5. Carol Fukunaga () from Honolulu City Council, District 6.
  6. Carol Hudkins (I) from Nebraska State Senate, District 21.
  7. Chris Lauzen (R) from Illinois State Senate District 25.
  8. Darrell Jackson (D) from South Carolina State Senate District 21.
  9. Dave Syverson (R) from Illinois State Senate District 35.
  10. David Bates, Rhode Island Senator (R) from Rhode Island Senate District 32.
  11. Dennis Algiere (R) from Rhode Island Senate District 38.
  12. Don Balfour (R) from Georgia State Senate District 9.
  13. Don Preister (I) from Nebraska State Senate, District 5.
  14. Donald Williams (D) from Connecticut State Senate District 29.
  15. Donne Trotter (D) from Illinois State Senate District 17.
  16. Ed Harbison (D) from Georgia State Senate District 15.
  17. Eileen Daily (D) from Connecticut State Senate District 33.
  18. George Onorato (D) from New York State Senate, District 12.
  19. Howard Stephenson (R) from Utah State Senate District 11.
  20. James Hargrove (D) from Washington State Senate District 24.
  21. Jane Nelson (R) from Texas State Senate, District 12.
  22. Joey Pendleton (D) from Kentucky State Senate District 3.
  23. John Andrist (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 2.
  24. John DeFrancisco (R) from New York Senate District 50.
  25. John Kissel (R) from Connecticut State Senate District 7.
  26. Johnny Ellis (D) from Alaska State Senate District J.
  27. Joseph Carraro (I) from New Mexico State Senate District 23.
  28. Joseph Crisco (D) from Connecticut State Senate District 17.
  29. Karen Fraser (D) from Washington State Senate District 22.
  30. Kirk Dillard (R) from Illinois State Senate District 24.
  31. Larry Martin (South Carolina) (R) from South Carolina State Senate District 2.
  32. Leo Blais (R) from Rhode Island State Senate District 21.
  33. Luke Kenley (R) from Indiana State Senate District 20.
  34. Luke Rankin (R) from South Carolina State Senate District 33.
  35. M. Teresa Paiva Weed (D) from Rhode Island Senate District 13.
  36. Marc Pacheco (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, First Plymouth and Bristol.
  37. Margarita Prentice (D) from Washington State Senate District 11.
  38. Mark Montigny (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Second Bristol and Plymouth.
  39. Martin Looney (D) from Connecticut State Senate District 11.
  40. Mary Lou Rath (R) from New York State Senate, District 61.
  41. Michael Nozzolio (R) from New York Senate District 54.
  42. Michael Sanchez (D) from New Mexico Senate District 29.
  43. Mike McGinness (R) from Nevada State Senate, Central Nevada District.
  44. Ray Janssen () from Nebraska State Senate, District 15.
  45. Richard Sears (D) from Vermont Senate Bennington District.
  46. Robert Ford (D) from South Carolina State Senate District 42.
  47. Robert Plymale (D) from West Virginia State Senate District 5.
  48. Rosemary McAuliffe (D) from Washington State Senate District 1.
  49. Royce West (D) from Texas State Senate, District 23.
  50. Stephen Morris (R) from Kansas State Senate District 39.
  51. Therese Murray (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Plymouth and Barnstable.
  52. Toni Harp (D) from Connecticut State Senate District 10.

1993

  1. David Jordan (Mississippi) (D) from Mississippi State Senate District 24.
  2. Gerald Geis (R) from Wyoming State Senate District 20.
  3. Hillman Frazier (D) from Mississippi State Senate, District 27.
  4. John Horhn (D) from Mississippi State Senate, District 26.
  5. John Schiffer (R) from Wyoming State Senate District 22.
  6. Nicholas Sacco (D) from New Jersey State Senate District 32.
  7. Robert Singer (R) from New Jersey State Senate District 30.
  8. Steve Martin (Virginia) (R) from Virginia Senate District 11.
  9. Willie Simmons (D) from Mississippi State Senate, District 13.

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

  1. Amy Koch (R) from Minnesota State Senate District 19.
  2. Bobby Singleton (D) from Alabama State Senate District 24.
  3. Constance Johnson (D) from Oklahoma State Senate District 48.
  4. Edwin Gomes (D) from Connecticut State Senate District 23.
  5. Edwin Murray (D) from Louisiana State Senate, District 4.
  6. John Millner (R) from Illinois State Senate District 28.
  7. Loretta Weinberg (D) from New Jersey State Senate District 37.
  8. Ryan McDougle (R) from Virginia Senate District 4.
  9. Sharon Weston Broome (D) from Louisiana State Senate, District 15.
  10. Terri Bonoff (D) from Minnesota State Senate, District 44.
  11. Tom Hancock (D) from Iowa State Senate District 16.

2006

  1. Alex Padilla (D) from California Secretary of State.
  2. Alice Nitka (D) from Vermont Senate Windsor District.
  3. Amanda McGill (D) from Nebraska State Senate, District 26.
  4. Andrea Stewart-Cousins (D) from New York Senate District 35.
  5. Andrew Lanza (R) from New York Senate District 24.
  6. Andrew Maynard (D) from Connecticut State Senate District 18.
  7. Andy Dinniman (D) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 19.
  8. Annette Dubas () from Nebraska State Senate, District 34.
  9. Anthony Petruccelli (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, First Suffolk and Middlesex.
  10. Anthony Sykes (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 24.
  11. Arthenia Joyner (D) from Florida State Senate, District 19.
  12. Arthur Orr (R) from Alabama State Senate District 3.
  13. Benjamin Downing (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Berkshire, Hampshire, Franklin & Hampden.
  14. Betty Boyd (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 21.
  15. Bill Avery () from Nebraska State Senate, District 28.
  16. Bill Brown (Oklahoma legislator) (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 36.
  17. Bill Carris (D) from Vermont Senate Rutland District.
  18. Bill Cowsert (R) from Georgia State Senate District 46.
  19. Bill Ingebrigtsen (R) from Minnesota State Senate, District 8.
  20. Bill Landen (R) from Wyoming State Senate District 27.
  21. Bill Perkins (D) from New York Senate District 30.
  22. Bill Pritchard (Arkansas) (R) from Arkansas State Senate District 35.
  23. Bill Wielechowski (D) from Alaska State Senate, District H.
  24. Bo Watson (R) from Tennessee State Senate District 11.
  25. Brad Ashford (D) from U.S. House, Nebraska, District 2.
  26. Brian Bingman (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 12.
  27. Brian Hatfield (D) from Washington State Senate District 19.
  28. Bryan Simonaire (R) from Maryland State Senate District 31.
  29. C. Anthony Muse (D) from Maryland State Senate District 26.
  30. Capri Cafaro (D) from Ohio State Senate District 32.
  31. Carlos Uresti (D) from Texas State Senate, District 19.
  32. Catherine Pugh (D) from Maryland State Senate District 40.
  33. Charles McIlhinney (R) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 10.
  34. Christine Kaufmann (D) from Montana State Senate, District 40.
  35. Christopher Maselli (D) from Rhode Island State Senate District 25.
  36. Curtis King (R) from Washington State Senate District 14.
  37. Curtis Olafson (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 10.
  38. Dan Kotowski (D) from Illinois State Senate District 28.
  39. Danielle Conrad () from Nebraska State Senate, District 46.
  40. Darrell Steinberg (D) from California State Senate District 6.
  41. Dave Oehlke (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 15.
  42. Dave Pankonin () from Nebraska State Senate District 2.
  43. David Koehler (D) from Illinois State Senate District 46.
  44. David Sypolt (R) from West Virginia State Senate District 14.
  45. Don Gaetz (R) from Florida State Senate, District 1.
  46. Douglas Peters (D) from Maryland State Senate District 23.
  47. Drew Perkins (R) from Wyoming State Senate District 29.
  48. Ed Charbonneau (R) from Indiana State Senate District 5.
  49. Ed Murray () from Mayor of Seattle.
  50. Eli Bebout (R) from Wyoming State Senate District 26.
  51. Ellen Corbett (D) from California State Senate, District 10.
  52. Eric Adams (D) from New York Senate District 20.
  53. Gail Schwartz (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 5.
  54. Gale Candaras (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, First Hampden and Hampshire.
  55. George Edwards (Maryland) (R) from Maryland State Senate District 1.
  56. Greg Adams (Nebraska) () from Nebraska State Senate, District 24.
  57. Greg Walker (R) from Indiana State Senate District 41.
  58. Jack C. Jackson, Jr. (D) from Arizona State Senate District 7.
  59. Jack Crumbly (D) from Arkansas State Senate District 16.
  60. Jack Johnson (R) from Tennessee State Senate District 23.
  61. Jack Murphy (R) from Georgia State Senate District 27.
  62. James Hammond (R) from Idaho State Senate District 5.
  63. James Timilty (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Bristol and Norfolk.
  64. Jamie Raskin (D) from Maryland State Senate District 20.
  65. Jean Breaux (D) from Indiana State Senate District 34.
  66. Jean Hunhoff (R) from South Dakota House of Representatives, District 18.
  67. Jeff Siddoway (R) from Idaho State Senate District 35.
  68. Jeremy Ring (D) from Florida State Senate, District 29.
  69. Jill Tokuda (D) from Hawaii State Senate District 24.
  70. Jim Arnold (D) from Indiana State Senate District 8.
  71. Jim Rosapepe (D) from Maryland State Senate District 21.
  72. Joan Heckaman (D) from North Dakota State Senate District 23.
  73. Joe Gimse (R) from Minnesota State Senate District 13.
  74. Joe Sweeden (D) from Oklahoma State Senate, District 10.
  75. Joe Thomas (D) from Alaska State Senate District D.
  76. John Eichelberger (R) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 30.
  77. John Harms () from Nebraska State Senate, District 48.
  78. John Hastert (D) from Wyoming State Senate District 13.
  79. John Morse (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 11.
  80. John Nelson (Nebraska) (R) from Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska.
  81. John Sparks (Oklahoma) (D) from Oklahoma State Senate District 16.
  82. John Wightman () from Nebraska State Senate, District 36.
  83. Joseph Brannigan (D) from Maine State Senate District 9.
  84. Joseph Griffo (R) from New York Senate District 47.
  85. Joshua Miller (D) from Rhode Island Senate District 28.
  86. Julia Lynn (R) from Kansas State Senate District 9.
  87. Kathleen Vinehout (D) from Wisconsin State Senate District 31.
  88. Kathy Sheran (D) from Minnesota State Senate, District 19.
  89. Katie Sieben (D) from Minnesota State Senate, District 54.
  90. Keith Faber (R) from Ohio State Senate District 12.
  91. Kent Rogert () from Nebraska State Senate District 16.
  92. Kevin Van Tassell (R) from Utah State Senate District 26.
  93. Kirk Watson (D) from Texas State Senate, District 14.
  94. Larry George (R) from Oregon State Senate District 13.
  95. Leah Landrum Taylor (D) from Arizona State Senate District 27.
  96. Leland Yee (D) from California State Senate District 8.
  97. Lesil McGuire (R) from Alaska State Senate, District L.
  98. Linda Coleman, Alabama Senator (D) from Alabama State Senate District 20.
  99. Linda Holmes (D) from Illinois State Senate District 42.
  100. Lisa Baker (Pennsylvania) (R) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 20.
  101. Lisa Gladden (D) from Maryland State Senate District 41.
  102. Lou Correa (D) from California State Senate District 34.
  103. Margaret Dayton (R) from Utah State Senate District 15.
  104. Mark Christensen () from Nebraska State Senate, District 44.
  105. Mark Hass (D) from Oregon State Senate District 14.
  106. Mark Herring (D) from Attorney General of Virginia.
  107. Mark Wyland (R) from California State Senate District 38.
  108. Matt Murphy (R) from Illinois State Senate District 27.
  109. Merton Dierks () from Nebraska State Senate District 40.
  110. Michael Noland (D) from Illinois State Senate District 22.
  111. Mike Folmer (R) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 48.
  112. Mike Frerichs (D) from Illinois Treasurer.
  113. Mike Gabbard (D) from Hawaii State Senate District 20.
  114. Mike Hall (West Virginia) (R) from West Virginia State Senate District 4.
  115. Mike Schulz (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 38.
  116. Molly Kelly (D) from New Hampshire State Senate District 10.
  117. Nan Orrock (D) from Georgia State Senate District 36.
  118. Nancy King (D) from Maryland State Senate District 39.
  119. Norm Wallman () from Nebraska State Senate, District 30.
  120. Patricia Torres Ray (D) from Minnesota State Senate, District 63.
  121. Paul Bookout (D) from Arkansas State Senate District 21.
  122. Paul Doyle (D) from Connecticut State Senate District 9.
  123. Paul Jabour (D) from Rhode Island Senate District 5.
  124. Paula Aboud (D) from Arizona State Senate District 28.
  125. Perry Clark (D) from Kentucky State Senate District 37.
  126. Pete Pirsch (R) from Nebraska State Senate, District 4.
  127. Peter S. Brunstetter (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 31.
  128. Phil Boots (R) from Indiana State Senate District 23.
  129. R. Steven "Steve" Bair (R) from Idaho State Senate District 31.
  130. Ray Vandeveer (R) from Minnesota State Senate District 52.
  131. Reginald Tate (D) from Tennessee State Senate District 33.
  132. Richard Madaleno (D) from Maryland State Senate District 18.
  133. Richard Marcellais (D) from North Dakota State Senate District 9.
  134. Robert Hartwell (D) from Vermont State Senate, Bennington District.
  135. Robert Hogg (D) from Iowa State Senate District 33.
  136. Robert Nichols (Texas) (R) from Texas State Senate, District 3.
  137. Robert Thompson, Arkansas Senator (D) from Arkansas State Senate District 20.
  138. Robert Zirkin (D) from Maryland State Senate District 11.
  139. Rod Monroe (D) from Oregon State Senate District 24.
  140. Roger Ballenger (D) from Oklahoma State Senate District 8.
  141. Ron Latz (D) from Minnesota State Senate, District 46.
  142. Ron Stollings (D) from West Virginia State Senate District 7.
  143. Ronald Ramsey (D) from Georgia State Senate District 43.
  144. Ronald S. Calderon (D) from California State Senate District 30.
  145. Ronda Storms (R) from Florida State Senate District 10.
  146. Ross Romero (D) from Utah State Senate District 4.
  147. Russ Karpisek () from Nebraska State Senate, District 32.
  148. Rusty Glover (R) from Alabama State Senate District 34.
  149. Ryan Maher (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 28.
  150. Ryan McKenna () from Missouri Director of Labor and Industrial Relations.
  151. Scott Beason (R) from Alabama State Senate District 17.
  152. Scott Renfroe (R) from Colorado State Senate, District 13.
  153. Scott Rupp () from Missouri Public Service Commission.
  154. Sean Burrage (D) from Oklahoma State Senate District 2.
  155. Shirley Huntley (D) from New York Senate District 10.
  156. Shirley McKague (R) from Idaho State Senate District 20.
  157. Shirley Smith (D) from Ohio State Senate District 21.
  158. Steve Hobbs, Washington Senator (D) from Washington State Senate, District 44.
  159. Steve Lathrop () from Nebraska State Senate, District 12.
  160. Steve Oelrich (R) from Florida State Senate District 14.
  161. Ted Harvey (R) from Colorado State Senate, District 30.
  162. Thomas Hansen () from Nebraska State Senate, District 42.
  163. Thomas Sawyer (D) from Ohio State Senate District 28.
  164. Tim Gay () from Nebraska State Senate District 14.
  165. Tim Schaffer (R) from Ohio House of Representatives, District 77.
  166. Tom Carlson (Nebraska) () from Nebraska State Senate, District 38.
  167. Tom Harman (R) from California State Senate District 35.
  168. Tom Ivester (D) from Oklahoma State Senate District 26.
  169. Tom White () from Nebraska State Senate District 8.
  170. Tony Lourey (D) from Minnesota State Senate, District 11.
  171. Trip Pittman (R) from Alabama State Senate District 32.
  172. Wayne Niederhauser (R) from Utah State Senate District 9.
  173. William Delgado (D) from Illinois State Senate District 2.
  174. William Jackson (R) from Georgia State Senate District 24.

2007

  1. A.G. Crowe (R) from Louisiana State Senate, District 1.
  2. Bill Baroni (R) from New Jersey Senate District 14.
  3. Bill Stone (D) from Mississippi State Senate, District 2.
  4. Billy Hudson (R) from Mississippi State Senate, District 45.
  5. Brian Stack (D) from New Jersey State Senate District 33.
  6. Briggs Hopson (R) from Mississippi State Senate District 23.
  7. Bruce Ennis (D) from Delaware State Senate District 14.
  8. Chris McDaniel (R) from Mississippi State Senate, District 42.
  9. Christopher Connors (R) from New Jersey State Senate District 9.
  10. Dale Erdey (R) from Louisiana State Senate, District 13.
  11. Dan Morrish (R) from Louisiana State Senate, District 25.
  12. Dana Redd (D) from New Jersey Senate District 5.
  13. Daniel Martiny (R) from Louisiana State Senate, District 10.
  14. David Blount (D) from Mississippi State Senate, District 29.
  15. David Heitmeier (D) from Louisiana State Senate, District 7.
  16. Donald McEachin (D) from Virginia Senate District 9.
  17. Eric LaFleur (D) from Louisiana State Senate, District 28.
  18. Floyd McKissick (D) from North Carolina State Senate District 20.
  19. Francis Thompson (D) from Louisiana State Senate, District 34.
  20. George Barker (D) from Virginia Senate District 39.
  21. Gerald Long (R) from Louisiana State Senate, District 31.
  22. Giles Ward (R) from Mississippi State Senate District 18.
  23. Haskins Montgomery (D) from Mississippi State Senate, District 34.
  24. Jack Donahue (Louisiana) (R) from Louisiana State Senate, District 11.
  25. Jeff Van Drew (D) from New Jersey Senate District 1.
  26. Jennifer Beck (R) from New Jersey Senate District 11.
  27. Jill Vogel (R) from Virginia Senate District 27.
  28. Jim Whelan (D) from New Jersey State Senate District 2.
  29. Joey Fillingane (R) from Mississippi State Senate, District 41.
  30. John Alario (R) from Louisiana State Senate, District 8.
  31. John Chapman "Chap" Petersen (D) from Virginia Senate District 34.
  32. John Miller (Virginia) (D) from Virginia Senate District 1.
  33. John R. Smith (Louisiana) (R) from Louisiana State Senate, District 30.
  34. Joseph Pennacchio (R) from New Jersey State Senate District 26.
  35. Kenneth Jones (D) from Mississippi State Senate District 21.
  36. Lydia Chassaniol (R) from Mississippi State Senate, District 14.
  37. Michael Watson (Mississippi) (R) from Mississippi State Senate, District 51.
  38. Mike Walsworth (R) from Louisiana State Senate, District 33.
  39. Neil Riser (R) from Louisiana State Senate, District 32.
  40. Paul Campbell (R) from South Carolina State Senate District 44.
  41. Phil Haines (R) from New Jersey Senate District 8.
  42. Ralph Northam (D) from Lieutenant Governor of Virginia.
  43. Ralph Smith (R) from Virginia Senate District 19.
  44. Richard Stuart, Virginia Senator (R) from Virginia Senate District 28.
  45. Robert Gordon (New Jersey) (D) from New Jersey State Senate District 38.
  46. Sandra Cunningham (D) from New Jersey State Senate District 31.
  47. Scott Lautenbaugh () from Nebraska State Senate, District 18.
  48. Shane Massey (R) from South Carolina State Senate District 25.
  49. Steven Oroho (R) from New Jersey State Senate District 24.
  50. Teresa Ruiz (D) from New Jersey State Senate District 29.
  51. Tom Dempsey (R) from Missouri State Senate, District 23.
  52. Tony Fulton () from Nebraska State Senate District 29.
  53. Yvonne Dorsey-Colomb (D) from Louisiana State Senate, District 14.

2008

  1. Al Melvin (R) from Arizona State Senate District 11.
  2. Al Novstrup (R) from South Dakota House of Representatives, District 3.
  3. Alan Hays (R) from Florida State Senate, District 11.
  4. Allison Copening (D) from Nevada State Senate, Clark 6.
  5. Amanda Merrill (D) from New Hampshire House of Representatives, Strafford 6.
  6. Andy Gardiner (R) from Florida State Senate, District 13.
  7. Anthony Musto (D) from Connecticut State Senate District 22.
  8. Antonietta Boucher (R) from Connecticut State Senate District 26.
  9. Arthur Fryslie (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 6.
  10. Beau McCoy () from Nebraska State Senate, District 39.
  11. Bert Brackett (R) from Idaho State Senate District 23.
  12. Bethany Hall-Long (D) from Delaware State Senate District 10.
  13. Bob Huff (R) from California State Senate District 29.
  14. Bob Marshall, Kansas Senator (R) from Kansas State Senate District 13.
  15. Bob Mensch (R) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 24.
  16. Brad Hamlett (D) from Montana State Senate, District 15.
  17. Brandon Smith (R) from Kentucky State Senate District 30.
  18. Brenda Council () from Nebraska State Senate, District 11.
  19. Brian Boquist (R) from Oregon State Senate District 12.
  20. Brian Bushweller (D) from Delaware State Senate District 17.
  21. Brian Kelsey (R) from Tennessee State Senate District 31.
  22. Brickwood Galuteria (D) from Hawaii State Senate District 12.
  23. Bruce Tutvedt (R) from Montana State Senate, District 3.
  24. Bryce Marlatt (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 27.
  25. Carlin Yoder (R) from Indiana State Senate District 12.
  26. Carol Liu (D) from California State Senate District 25.
  27. Cecile Bledsoe (R) from Arkansas State Senate District 3.
  28. Charles Dean (R) from Florida State Senate, District 5.
  29. Charlie Janssen (R) from Nebraska Auditor of Public Accounts.
  30. Chris Widener (R) from Ohio State Senate District 10.
  31. Christopher Rector (R) from Maine State Senate District 22.
  32. Christopher Smith (Florida) (D) from Florida State Senate, District 31.
  33. Chuck Winder (R) from Idaho State Senate District 20.
  34. Cliff Larsen (D) from Montana State Senate, District 47.
  35. Colby Coash () from Nebraska State Senate, District 27.
  36. Conrad Appel (R) from Louisiana State Senate, District 9.
  37. Corey Brown (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 23.
  38. Corey Palumbo (D) from West Virginia State Senate District 17.
  39. Craig Tieszen (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 34.
  40. Creighton Coleman (D) from South Carolina State Senate District 17.
  41. Curren De Mille Price () from Los Angeles City Council, District 9.
  42. Dan Blue (D) from North Carolina State Senate District 14.
  43. Dan Dockstader (R) from Wyoming State Senate District 16.
  44. Dan Duffy (R) from Illinois State Senate District 26.
  45. Dan Newberry (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 37.
  46. Daniel Squadron (D) from New York Senate District 26.
  47. David Argall (R) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 29.
  48. David Givens (R) from Kentucky State Senate District 9.
  49. David Hinkins (R) from Utah State Senate District 27.
  50. David Hogue (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 38.
  51. David Johnson (Arkansas legislator) (D) from Arkansas State Senate District 32.
  52. David Parks (D) from Nevada State Senate, District 7.
  53. David Pearce (R) from Missouri State Senate, District 21.
  54. David Rouzer (R) from U.S. House, North Carolina, District 7.
  55. David Wyatt (D) from Arkansas State Senate District 19.
  56. Dawn Addiego (R) from New Jersey State Senate District 8.
  57. Daylin Leach (D) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 17.
  58. Dean Mortimer (R) from Idaho State Senate District 30.
  59. Debby Barrett (R) from Montana State Senate, District 36.
  60. Dennis Utter () from Nebraska State Senate District 33.
  61. Diane Rosenbaum (D) from Oregon State Senate District 21.
  62. Dick Dever (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 32.
  63. Dick Kelsey (R) from Kansas State Senate District 26.
  64. Dolores Gresham (R) from Tennessee State Senate District 26.
  65. Donald Vaughan (D) from North Carolina State Senate District 27.
  66. Doug Overbey (R) from Tennessee State Senate District 2.
  67. Douglas Facemire (D) from West Virginia State Senate District 12.
  68. Edward O'Neill (I) from Rhode Island Senate District 17.
  69. Edward R. Reilly (R) from Maryland State Senate District 33.
  70. Elaine Alquist (D) from California State Senate District 13.
  71. Elder Vogel (R) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 47.
  72. Eleanor Sobel (D) from Florida State Senate, District 33.
  73. Elizabeth Crowley (D) from Rhode Island Senate District 16.
  74. Emil Jones (D) from Illinois State Senate District 14.
  75. Eric Schmitt (R) from Missouri State Senate, District 15.
  76. Eric Stewart (D) from Tennessee State Senate District 14.
  77. Erin Lynch (D) from Rhode Island Senate District 31.
  78. Evie Hudak (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 19.
  79. Floyd Esquibel (D) from Wyoming State Senate District 8.
  80. Floyd Nicholson (D) from South Carolina State Senate District 10.
  81. Fran Pavley (D) from California State Senate District 27.
  82. Francis Maher, Jr. (R) from Rhode Island Senate District 34.
  83. Frank DeVall, Jr. (D) from Rhode Island Senate District 18.
  84. Fred Girod (R) from Oregon State Senate District 9.
  85. Freddie Sims (D) from Georgia State Senate District 12.
  86. Galen Hadley () from Nebraska State Senate, District 37.
  87. Garrett Richter (R) from Florida State Senate, District 23.
  88. Gary Branae (D) from Montana State Senate District 27.
  89. Gary Stanislawski (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 35.
  90. Gene Yaw (R) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 23.
  91. George Munoz (D) from New Mexico Senate District 4.
  92. George Nodland (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 36.
  93. Greg Hinkle (R) from Montana State Senate District 7.
  94. Greg Taylor (D) from Indiana State Senate District 33.
  95. Heath Mello () from Nebraska State Senate, District 5.
  96. Heather Steans (D) from Illinois State Senate District 7.
  97. Hiram Monserrate (D) from New York State Senate District 13.
  98. Howie Morales (D) from New Mexico Senate District 28.
  99. Jack Yost (D) from West Virginia State Senate District 1.
  100. Jackie Dingfelder (D) from Oregon State Senate District 23.
  101. James Bradford (D) from South Dakota State Senate District 27.
  102. James Buck (R) from Indiana State Senate District 21.
  103. James Eldridge (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Middlesex and Worcester.
  104. Jane Cunningham (R) from Missouri State Senate District 7.
  105. Jean-Paul J. Morrell (D) from Louisiana State Senate, District 3.
  106. Jean Leising (R) from Indiana State Senate District 42.
  107. Jeb Bradley (R) from New Hampshire State Senate District 3.
  108. Jeffrey Haverly (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 35.
  109. Jennifer Flanagan (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Worcester and Middlesex.
  110. Jeremy Nordquist () from Nebraska State Senate, District 7.
  111. Jim Dotzenrod (D) from North Dakota State Senate District 26.
  112. Jim Halligan (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 21.
  113. Jim Hughes, Ohio Senator (R) from Ohio State Senate District 16.
  114. Jim Keane (D) from Montana State Senate, District 38.
  115. Jim Lembke (R) from Missouri State Senate District 1.
  116. Joan Huffman (R) from Texas State Senate, District 17.
  117. Joe Miller (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 10.
  118. Joe Paskvan (D) from Alaska State Senate District E.
  119. John Andreason (R) from Idaho State Senate District 15.
  120. John Brenden (R) from Montana State Senate, District 17.
  121. John Crosby (R) from Georgia State Senate District 13.
  122. John Nelson, Arizona Senator (R) from Arizona State Senate District 12.
  123. John Sapien (D) from New Mexico State Senate District 9.
  124. John Schickel (R) from Kentucky State Senate District 11.
  125. John Scott (South Carolina) (D) from South Carolina State Senate District 19.
  126. Johnny Key (R) from Arkansas State Senate District 17.
  127. Jonathan Courtney (R) from Maine State Senate District 3.
  128. Jonathan Windy Boy (D) from Montana State Senate, District 16.
  129. Joseph Addabbo (D) from New York Senate District 15.
  130. Josh Stein (D) from North Carolina State Senate District 16.
  131. Joshua Green (D) from Hawaii State Senate District 3.
  132. Joyce Elliott (D) from Arkansas State Senate District 31.
  133. Joyce Foster (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 35.
  134. Justin Alfond (D) from Maine State Senate, District 27.
  135. Karen Mayne (D) from Utah State Senate District 5.
  136. Karen Morgan (D) from Utah State Senate District 8.
  137. Kate Sullivan () from Nebraska State Senate, District 41.
  138. Kathy Campbell (Nebraska) () from Nebraska State Senate, District 25.
  139. Kathy Stein () from .
  140. Keith King (Colorado) () from Colorado Springs City Council
    District 3.
  141. Kelly Kultala (D) from U.S. House, Kansas, District 3.
  142. Ken Haar () from Nebraska State Senate, District 21.
  143. Ken Kelash (D) from Minnesota State Senate District 63.
  144. Ken Schilz () from Nebraska State Senate, District 47.
  145. Ken Yager (R) from Tennessee State Senate District 12.
  146. Kenneth Donnelly (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Fourth Middlesex.
  147. Kevin Lundberg (R) from Colorado State Senate, District 15.
  148. Kevin Meyer (R) from Alaska State Senate, District M.
  149. Kevin Ranker (D) from Washington State Senate District 40.
  150. Kevin Witkos (R) from Connecticut State Senate District 8.
  151. Kim Ward (R) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 39.
  152. Kurt Schaefer (R) from Missouri State Senate, District 19.
  153. Kyle McCarter (R) from Illinois State Senate District 54.
  154. Larry Farnese (D) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 1.
  155. Larry Rhoden (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 29.
  156. Larry Teague (D) from Arkansas State Senate District 10.
  157. Lee Bright (R) from South Carolina State Senate District 12.
  158. Les Bock (D) from Idaho State Senate District 16.
  159. Lester Jackson (D) from Georgia State Senate District 2.
  160. Linda Menard (R) from Alaska State Senate District G.
  161. Linda Newell (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 26.
  162. Lloyd Smucker (R) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 13.
  163. Lois Wolk (D) from California State Senate District 3.
  164. Loni Hancock (D) from California State Senate District 9.
  165. Lonnie Randolph (D) from Indiana State Senate District 2.
  166. Louis DiPalma (D) from Rhode Island Senate District 12.
  167. Luz Robles (D) from Utah State Senate District 1.
  168. Mac Schneider (D) from North Dakota State Senate District 42.
  169. Mark DeSaulnier (D) from U.S. House, California, District 11.
  170. Mark Leno (D) from California State Senate District 11.
  171. Mark Scheffel (R) from Colorado State Senate, District 4.
  172. Mark Wagoner (R) from Ohio State Senate District 2.
  173. Mary Hodge (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 25.
  174. Mary Jo Wilhelm (D) from Iowa State Senate District 26.
  175. Mary Pilcher-Cook (R) from Kansas State Senate District 10.
  176. Matthew Houde (D) from New Hampshire State Senate District 5.
  177. Melinda Smyser (R) from Idaho State Senate District 11.
  178. Merlin Bartz (R) from Iowa State Senate District 6.
  179. Michael Katz (D) from Delaware State Senate District 4.
  180. Michael Lenihan (D) from Rhode Island State Senate District 35.
  181. Michael McLachlan (Connecticut) (R) from Connecticut State Senate District 24.
  182. Michael O. Moore (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Second Worcester.
  183. Michael Pinga (I) from Rhode Island State Senate, District 9.
  184. Michael Ranzenhofer (R) from New York Senate District 61.
  185. Michelle Kidani (D) from Hawaii State Senate District 18.
  186. Mike Gloor () from Nebraska State Senate, District 35.
  187. Mike Nofs (R) from Michigan State Senate, District 19.
  188. Mike Vehle (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 20.
  189. Mimi Walters (R) from U.S. House, California, District 45.
  190. Morgan Carroll (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 29.
  191. Nancy Detert (R) from Florida State Senate, District 28.
  192. Nicole LeFavour (D) from Idaho State Senate District 19.
  193. Nina Turner (D) from Ohio State Senate District 25.
  194. Pam Jochum (D) from Iowa State Senate District 50.
  195. Paul Sanford (R) from Alabama State Senate District 7.
  196. Pedro Espada (D) from New York State Senate, District 33.
  197. Peter Wirth (D) from New Mexico Senate District 25.
  198. Ralph Okerlund (R) from Utah State Senate District 24.
  199. Randall Head (Indiana) (R) from Indiana State Senate District 18.
  200. Randi Becker (R) from Washington State Senate District 2.
  201. Randy Feenstra (R) from Iowa State Senate District 2.
  202. Richard Alloway (R) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 33.
  203. Rick Ripley (R) from Montana State Senate, District 10.
  204. Robert Giese () from Nebraska State Senate District 45.
  205. Robert Kane (R) from Connecticut State Senate District 32.
  206. Robert Williams, West Virginia Senator (D) from West Virginia State Senate District 14.
  207. Robin Wright-Jones (D) from Missouri State Senate District 5.
  208. Roderick Wright (D) from California State Senate District 35.
  209. Roger Picard (D) from Rhode Island Senate District 20.
  210. Rollie Heath (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 18.
  211. Ron Erickson (D) from Montana State Senate District 47.
  212. Roy McDonald (R) from New York Senate District 43.
  213. Russell Olson (South Dakota politician) (R) from South Dakota State Senate, District 8.
  214. Ryan Zinke (R) from U.S. House, Montana, At-Large District.
  215. Sander Rue (R) from New Mexico Senate District 23.
  216. Scott Frantz (R) from Connecticut State Senate District 36.
  217. Scott Price (Nebraska) () from Nebraska State Senate, District 3.
  218. Scott Schneider (R) from Indiana State Senate District 30.
  219. Seth Goodall (D) from Maine State Senate District 19.
  220. Shane Martin (R) from South Carolina State Senate District 13.
  221. Sharon Carson (R) from New Hampshire State Senate District 14.
  222. Sharon Stewart-Peregoy (D) from Montana State Senate, District 21.
  223. Shawn Hamerlinck (R) from Iowa State Senate District 42.
  224. Shirley Breeden (D) from Nevada State Senate, Clark 5.
  225. Sonia Chang-Diaz (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Second Suffolk.
  226. Stan Gerzofsky (D) from Maine State Senate, District 24.
  227. Stephen Urquhart (R) from Utah State Senate District 29.
  228. Steve Abrams (R) from Kansas State Senate District 32.
  229. Steve Pierce (R) from Arizona State Senate District 1.
  230. Steve Russell (R) from U.S. House, Oklahoma, District 5.
  231. Steven Sodders (D) from Iowa State Senate District 36.
  232. Sylvia Allen (R) from Arizona State Senate, District 6.
  233. Tanya Cook () from Nebraska State Senate, District 13.
  234. Taylor Brown (R) from Montana State Senate, District 28.
  235. Thad Altman (R) from Florida State Senate, District 16.
  236. Thomas Kennedy (Massachusetts) (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Second Plymouth and Bristol.
  237. Thomas Nelson (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 31.
  238. Thomas Patton (R) from Ohio State Senate District 24.
  239. Tim Bivins (R) from Illinois State Senate District 45.
  240. Tim Kapucian (R) from Iowa State Senate District 38.
  241. Tim Keller (D) from New Mexico State Auditor.
  242. Tim Owens (R) from Kansas State Senate District 8.
  243. Timothy Ashe (D) from Vermont Senate Chittenden District.
  244. Toi Hutchinson (D) from Illinois State Senate District 40.
  245. Tom Davis (South Carolina) (R) from South Carolina State Senate District 46.
  246. Tom Holland (D) from Kansas State Senate District 3.
  247. Tony Strickland (R) from U.S. House, California, District 25.
  248. Travis Holdman (R) from Indiana State Senate District 19.
  249. Troy Dale Jackson (D) from Maine State Senate, District 35.
  250. Ty Masterson (R) from Kansas State Senate District 16.
  251. William Laird (D) from West Virginia State Senate District 10.

2009

  1. Bob Krist () from Nebraska State Senate, District 10.
  2. Chip Shields (D) from Oregon State Senate District 22.
  3. Chris Edwards (Oregon) (D) from Oregon State Senate District 7.
  4. Dan Claitor (R) from Louisiana State Senate, District 16.
  5. Dennis Egan (D) from Alaska State Senate, District Q.
  6. Elbert Guillory (R) from Louisiana State Senate, District 24.
  7. George M. "Marc" Keahey (D) from Alabama State Senate District 22.
  8. James Beach (D) from New Jersey State Senate District 6.
  9. Joe Negron (R) from Florida State Senate, District 32.
  10. John B. Coghill (R) from Alaska State Senate, District B.
  11. John Thrasher (R) from Florida State Senate, District 6.
  12. Joseph Booth (R) from Delaware State Senate District 19.
  13. Joseph Keaveny (D) from Missouri State Senate, District 4.
  14. Joseph Schiavoni (D) from Ohio State Senate District 33.
  15. Michael Doherty (R) from New Jersey State Senate District 23.
  16. Michael Johnston (Colorado) (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 33.
  17. Michael Lamoureux (R) from Arkansas State Senate District 16.
  18. Michael P. Walters (D) from North Carolina State Senate District 13.
  19. Norby Chabert (R) from Louisiana State Senate, District 20.
  20. Pat Steadman (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 31.
  21. Priscilla Dunn (D) from Alabama State Senate District 19.
  22. Robin Webb (D) from Kentucky State Senate District 18.
  23. Shannon Jones (R) from Ohio State Senate District 7.
  24. Stuart Adams (R) from Utah State Senate District 22.

2010

  1. Adam Driggs (R) from Arizona State Senate District 28.
  2. Adriano Espaillat (D) from New York Senate, District 31.
  3. Al DeKruif (R) from Minnesota State Senate District 25.
  4. Alan Olsen (R) from Oregon State Senate District 20.
  5. Albert Butler (D) from Mississippi State Senate, District 36.
  6. Alexander Willette (R) from Maine House of Representatives, District 7.
  7. Angela Giron (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 3.
  8. Angie Buhl O'Donnell (D) from South Dakota State Senate District 15.
  9. Anitere Flores (R) from Florida State Senate, District 37.
  10. Anthony Cannella (R) from California State Senate District 12.
  11. Barb Goodwin (D) from Minnesota State Senate, District 41.
  12. Barry Finegold (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Second Essex and Middlesex District.
  13. Barry Loudermilk (R) from U.S. House, Georgia, District 11.
  14. Ben Kieckhefer (R) from Nevada State Senate, District 16.
  15. Benjamin Kruse (R) from Minnesota State Senate District 47.
  16. Beth Bye (D) from Connecticut State Senate District 5.
  17. Bethany Moura (R) from Rhode Island Senate District 19.
  18. Bill Anderson (R) from Iowa State Senate District 3.
  19. Bill Beagle (R) from Ohio State Senate District 5.
  20. Bill Dix (R) from Iowa State Senate District 25.
  21. Bill Holtzclaw (R) from Alabama State Senate District 2.
  22. Bill Montford (D) from Florida State Senate, District 3.
  23. Bill Sample (R) from Arkansas State Senate District 14.
  24. Billie Sutton (D) from South Dakota State Senate District 21.
  25. Billy Beasley (D) from Alabama State Senate District 28.
  26. Branden Petersen (R) from Minnesota State Senate, District 35.
  27. Brent Jackson (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 10.
  28. Brian Birdwell (R) from Texas State Senate, District 22.
  29. Brian Langley (R) from Maine State Senate, District 7.
  30. Bruce Holland (R) from Arkansas State Senate District 9.
  31. Bruce Rampelberg (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 30.
  32. Bruce Vogel (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives District 13B.
  33. Bryan Taylor (R) from Alabama State Senate District 30.
  34. Butch Miller (R) from Georgia State Senate District 49.
  35. Cam Ward (R) from Alabama State Senate District 14.
  36. Carla Nelson (R) from Minnesota State Senate, District 26.
  37. Catherine A. Giessel (R) from Alaska State Senate, District N.
  38. Charleta B. Tavares (D) from Ohio State Senate District 15.
  39. Charlie Bethel (R) from Georgia State Senate District 54.
  40. Chas Vincent (R) from Montana State Senate, District 1.
  41. Cheri Jahn (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 20.
  42. Chris Larson (D) from Wisconsin State Senate District 7.
  43. Chris Rothfuss (D) from Wyoming State Senate District 9.
  44. Chris Swedzinski (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives District 16A.
  45. Christopher Ottiano (R) from Rhode Island Senate District 11.
  46. Chuck Morse (R) from New Hampshire State Senate, District 22.
  47. Chuck Thomsen (R) from Oregon State Senate District 26.
  48. Clay Scofield (R) from Alabama State Senate District 9.
  49. Dan Fabian (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives, District 1A.
  50. Dan Hall (R) from Minnesota State Senate, District 56.
  51. Dan Schmidt (D) from Idaho State Senate District 5.
  52. Dana Dow (R) from Maine House of Representatives District 50.
  53. Daniel Soucek (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 45.
  54. Daniel W. Thatcher (R) from Utah State Senate District 12.
  55. Daniel Wolf (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Cape and Islands District.
  56. Dave Bloomfield () from Nebraska State Senate, District 17.
  57. Dave Brown (Minnesota) (R) from Minnesota State Senate, District 15.
  58. Dave Marsden (D) from Virginia Senate District 37.
  59. Dave Thompson (R) from Minnesota State Senate, District 58.
  60. David Boutin (R) from New Hampshire State Senate, District 16.
  61. David Burnett (D) from Arkansas State Senate District 22.
  62. David Carlucci (D) from New York Senate District 38.
  63. David G. Lawson (R) from Delaware State Senate District 15.
  64. David Holt (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 30.
  65. David Nohe (R) from West Virginia State Senate District 3.
  66. David Schapira (D) from Arizona State Senate District 17.
  67. David Simmons (R) from Florida State Senate, District 10.
  68. Dawn Hill (D) from Maine State Senate, District 35.
  69. Dawson Hodgson (R) from Rhode Island Senate District 35.
  70. Deb Peters (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 9.
  71. Debra Kiel (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives, District 1B.
  72. Denise Harlow (D) from Maine House of Representatives, District 36.
  73. Dennis Parrett (D) from Kentucky State Senate District 10.
  74. Diane Anderson (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives District 38A.
  75. Dick Brewbaker (R) from Alabama State Senate District 25.
  76. Don Shooter (R) from Arizona State Senate District 13.
  77. Donald Norcross (D) from U.S. House, New Jersey, District 1.
  78. Donald Schaible (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 31.
  79. Donna Nesselbush (D) from Rhode Island Senate District 15.
  80. Donovan Dela Cruz (D) from Hawaii State Senate District 22.
  81. Doug Eckerty (R) from Indiana State Senate District 26.
  82. Doug Magnus (R) from Minnesota State Senate District 22.
  83. Doug Wardlow (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives District 38B.
  84. Douglas Damon (R) from Maine House of Representatives, District 126.
  85. Duane Quam (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives, District 25A.
  86. E.S. "Buck" Newton (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 11.
  87. Eddie Fields (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 10.
  88. Eddie Joe Williams (R) from Arkansas State Senate District 29.
  89. Edna Brown (D) from Ohio State Senate District 11.
  90. Edward Buttrey (R) from Montana State Senate, District 11.
  91. Edward Hernandez (D) from California State Senate, District 22.
  92. Eileen Donoghue (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, First Middlesex District.
  93. Eldon Nygaard (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 17.
  94. Eleanor Espling (R) from Maine House of Representatives, District 65.
  95. Elizabeth Kraus (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 33.
  96. Ellen Roberts (R) from Colorado State Senate, District 6.
  97. Ellyn Bogdanoff (R) from Florida State Senate, District 34.
  98. Eric Kearney (D) from Ohio State Senate District 9.
  99. Eric Mansfield (D) from North Carolina State Senate District 21.
  100. Erin Herbig (D) from Maine House of Representatives, District 97.
  101. Fenton Groen (R) from New Hampshire State Senate District 6.
  102. Fran Millar (R) from Georgia State Senate District 40.
  103. Frank Antenori (R) from Arizona State Senate District 30.
  104. Frank Ginn (R) from Georgia State Senate District 47.
  105. Frank LaRose (R) from Ohio State Senate District 27.
  106. Frank Lombardo III (D) from Rhode Island Senate District 25.
  107. Frank Simpson (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 14.
  108. Fred Emerich (R) from Wyoming State Senate District 5.
  109. Frederick "Eric" Moore (R) from Montana State Senate, District 19.
  110. Gail Davenport (D) from Georgia State Senate District 44.
  111. Garrett Love (R) from Kansas State Senate District 38.
  112. Garrett Mason (R) from Maine State Senate, District 22.
  113. Gary Dahms (R) from Minnesota State Senate, District 16.
  114. Gary Lambert (R) from U.S. House, New Hampshire, District 2.
  115. Gayle L. Manning (R) from Ohio State Senate District 13.
  116. Gene Vuckovich (D) from Montana State Senate, District 39.
  117. Gerald Allen (R) from Alabama State Senate District 21.
  118. Gerald Dial (R) from Alabama State Senate District 13.
  119. Gerald Uglem (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 19.
  120. Gladys Robinson (D) from North Carolina State Senate District 28.
  121. Glenford Shibley (R) from Rhode Island Senate District 33.
  122. Glenn Gruenhagen (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives, District 18B.
  123. Glenn Wakai (D) from Hawaii State Senate District 15.
  124. Greg Ball (New York) (R) from New York Senate District 40.
  125. Greg Evers (R) from Florida State Senate, District 2.
  126. Greg Reed (R) from Alabama State Senate District 5.
  127. Gretchen Hoffman (R) from Minnesota State Senate District 10.
  128. Gwen Margolis (D) from Florida State Senate, District 35.
  129. Hardie Davis (D) from Georgia State Senate District 22.
  130. Heather Sirocki (R) from Maine House of Representatives, District 28.
  131. Irene Aguilar (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 32.
  132. J.E. Putnam (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 19.
  133. J. Gustavo Rivera (D) from New York Senate District 33.
  134. Jack Latvala (R) from Florida State Senate, District 20.
  135. Jack Martins (R) from New York Senate District 7.
  136. Jake Files (R) from Arkansas State Senate District 8.
  137. James Brewster (D) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 45.
  138. James Gillway (R) from Maine House of Representatives, District 98.
  139. James Settelmeyer (R) from Nevada State Senate, District 17.
  140. James Welch (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Hampden District.
  141. Jared Carpenter (R) from Kentucky State Senate District 34.
  142. Jason Carter (D) from Georgia State Senate District 42.
  143. Jason Frerichs (D) from South Dakota State Senate District 1.
  144. Jason Rapert (R) from Arkansas State Senate District 35.
  145. Jason Welch (Connecticut) (R) from Connecticut State Senate District 31.
  146. Jean Fuller (R) from California State Senate, District 16.
  147. Jeanie Forrester (R) from New Hampshire State Senate District 2.
  148. Jeanne Nicholson (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 16.
  149. Jeffrey McWaters (R) from Virginia Senate District 8.
  150. Jeffrey Timberlake (R) from Maine House of Representatives, District 75.
  151. Jeremy Hutchinson (R) from Arkansas State Senate District 33.
  152. Jeremy Miller (R) from Minnesota State Senate, District 28.
  153. Jerry L. Fielding (R) from Alabama State Senate District 11.
  154. Jerry Stevenson (R) from Utah State Senate District 21.
  155. Jesse Stone (R) from Georgia State Senate District 23.
  156. Jim Banks (R) from Indiana State Senate District 17.
  157. Jim Davis (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 50.
  158. Jim Forsythe (R) from New Hampshire State Senate District 4.
  159. Jim Luther (R) from New Hampshire State Senate District 12.
  160. Jim Norman (R) from Florida State Senate District 12.
  161. Jim Rausch (R) from New Hampshire State Senate District 19.
  162. Jim Smith, Indiana politician (R) from Indiana State Senate District 45.
  163. Jim Summerville (R) from Tennessee State Senate District 25.
  164. Jim Tomes (R) from Indiana State Senate District 49.
  165. Jimmy Higdon (R) from Kentucky State Senate, District 14.
  166. Joe Bowen (R) from Kentucky State Senate District 8.
  167. Joe Markley (R) from Connecticut State Senate District 16.
  168. Joe McDonald (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives, District 29A.
  169. Joe Schomacker (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives, District 22A.
  170. Joel Anderson (R) from California State Senate, District 38.
  171. John Albers (R) from Georgia State Senate District 56.
  172. John Blake (D) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 22.
  173. John Carlson (Minnesota) (R) from Minnesota State Senate District 4.
  174. John G. Mulroe (D) from Illinois State Senate District 10.
  175. John Harrington (D) from Minnesota State Senate District 67.
  176. John Howe (R) from Minnesota Secretary of State.
  177. John Keenan (State Senate) (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Norfolk and Plymouth District.
  178. John Kriesel (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives District 57A.
  179. John McComish (R) from Arizona State Senate District 18.
  180. John Pederson (R) from Minnesota State Senate, District 14.
  181. John Yudichak (D) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 14.
  182. Jonathan Dismang (R) from Arkansas State Senate District 28.
  183. Joni Cutler () from .
  184. Jose Peralta (D) from New York Senate District 13.
  185. Joseph Hardy (R) from Nevada State Senate, District 12.
  186. Josh Brecheen (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 6.
  187. Joshua McKoon (R) from Georgia State Senate District 29.
  188. Karen Foster (R) from Maine House of Representatives District 58.
  189. Karen Peterson (Louisiana) (D) from Louisiana State Senate, District 5.
  190. Katherine Clark (D) from U.S. House, Massachusetts, District 5.
  191. Kathryn Harrington (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 43.
  192. Kenneth Fredette (R) from Maine House of Representatives, District 100.
  193. Kent Lambert (R) from Colorado State Senate, District 9.
  194. Kent Sorenson (R) from Iowa State Senate District 13.
  195. Kevin Bacon (R) from Ohio State Senate District 3.
  196. Kevin C. Kelly (R) from Connecticut State Senate District 21.
  197. Kevin J. Grantham (R) from Colorado State Senate, District 2.
  198. Kevin Raye (R) from U.S. House, Maine, District 2.
  199. Kevin de León (D) from California State Senate, District 24.
  200. Kim David (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 18.
  201. King Banaian (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives District 15B.
  202. Kris Jordan (R) from Ohio State Senate District 19.
  203. Kurt Bills (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives District 37B.
  204. Kurt Daudt (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives, District 31A.
  205. Larry Luick (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 25.
  206. Larry S. Hicks (Wyoming) (R) from Wyoming State Senate District 11.
  207. Larry Tidemann (R) from South Dakota State Senate, District 7.
  208. Lee Beyer (D) from Oregon State Senate District 6.
  209. Lee Heider (R) from Idaho State Senate District 24.
  210. Lee Zeldin (R) from U.S. House, New York, District 1.
  211. Leland Christensen (R) from Wyoming State Senate District 17.
  212. Leslie Nutting (R) from Wyoming State Senate District 7.
  213. Linda Chesterfield (D) from Arkansas State Senate, District 30.
  214. Linda Runbeck (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives, District 38A.
  215. Lindsey Tippins (R) from Georgia State Senate District 37.
  216. Lizbeth Benacquisto (R) from Florida State Senate, District 30.
  217. Llew Jones (R) from Montana State Senate, District 9.
  218. Lonnie Laffen (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 43.
  219. Lori Klein (R) from Arizona State Senate District 6.
  220. Louis Pate (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 7.
  221. Lucia Guzman (D) from Colorado State Senate, District 34.
  222. Maile Shimabukuro (D) from Hawaii State Senate District 21.
  223. Malama Solomon (D) from Hawaii State Senate District 4.
  224. Margaret Flory (R) from Vermont Senate Rutland District.
  225. Margaret Sitte (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 35.
  226. Maria Sachs (D) from Florida State Senate, District 34.
  227. Marion Greene (D) from Minnesota House of Representatives District 60A.
  228. Mark Allen (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 4.
  229. Mark Chelgren (R) from Iowa State Senate District 41.
  230. Mark Dion (D) from Maine House of Representatives, District 43.
  231. Mark Grisanti (R) from New York Senate District 60.
  232. Mark Johnston (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 12.
  233. Mark Manendo (D) from Nevada State Senate, District 21.
  234. Mary Caferro (D) from Montana State Senate, District 41.
  235. Mary Franson (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives, District 8B.
  236. Michael Gianaris (D) from New York Senate District 12.
  237. Michael McClellan (R) from Maine House of Representatives, District 66.
  238. Michael Roberson (R) from Nevada State Senate, District 20.
  239. Michael Rodrigues (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, First Bristol and Plymouth District.
  240. Michael Rush (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Norfolk and Suffolk District.
  241. Michael Skindell (D) from Ohio State Senate District 23.
  242. Michael Thibodeau (R) from Maine State Senate, District 23.
  243. Michele Reagan (R) from Arizona Secretary of State.
  244. Michelle Benson (R) from Minnesota State Senate, District 31.
  245. Michelle Stennett (D) from Idaho State Senate District 26.
  246. Miguel Diaz de la Portilla (R) from Florida State Senate, District 40.
  247. Mike Bell (Tennessee) (R) from Tennessee State Senate District 9.
  248. Mike Fletcher (D) from Arkansas State Senate District 27.
  249. Mike LeMieur (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives District 12B.
  250. Mike Parry (R) from U.S. House, Minnesota, District 1.
  251. Mike Wilson, Kentucky Politician (R) from Kentucky State Senate, District 32.
  252. Missy Irvin (R) from Arkansas State Senate District 18.
  253. Mitch Toryanski (R) from Idaho Secretary of State.
  254. Moises Denis (D) from Nevada State Senate, Clark 2.
  255. Nancy K. Barto (R) from Arizona State Senate District 15.
  256. Nancy Stiles (R) from New Hampshire State Senate District 24.
  257. Nichi Farnham (R) from Maine State Senate District 32.
  258. Nicholas Kettle (R) from Rhode Island Senate District 21.
  259. Noreen Evans (D) from California State Senate District 2.
  260. Ogden Driskill (R) from Wyoming State Senate District 1.
  261. Oley Larsen (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 3.
  262. Olivia Cajero Bedford (D) from Arizona State Senate District 3.
  263. Pam Wolf (R) from Minnesota State Senate District 51.
  264. Pat Mazorol (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives District 41B.
  265. Patricia Ritchie (R) from New York Senate District 48.
  266. Patrick Gallivan (R) from New York Senate District 59.
  267. Paul Barnard (R) from Wyoming State Senate District 15.
  268. Paul Bussman (R) from Alabama State Senate District 4.
  269. Paul Gazelka (R) from Minnesota State Senate, District 9.
  270. Paul Hornback (R) from Kentucky State Senate District 20.
  271. Peggy Lehner (R) from Ohio State Senate District 6.
  272. Peter Rioux (R) from Maine House of Representatives District 42.
  273. Phil Williams, Alabama Senate (R) from Alabama State Senate, District 10.
  274. Philip Murphy (D) from North Dakota State Senate District 20.
  275. Phyllis Heineman (R) from South Dakota State Senate, District 13.
  276. Pohai Ryan (D) from Hawaii State Senate District 25.
  277. R. Ryan Harmon (R) from Maine House of Representatives District 45.
  278. Ralph Hise (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 47.
  279. Ralph Shortey (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 44.
  280. Randy Burckhard (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 5.
  281. Raymond White (New Hampshire) (R) from New Hampshire State Senate District 9.
  282. Rena Moran (D) from Minnesota House of Representatives, District 65A.
  283. Rene Garcia (R) from Florida State Senate, District 38.
  284. Rich Murray (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives District 27A.
  285. Richard Malaby (R) from Maine House of Representatives, District 136.
  286. Richard Ross (Massachusetts) (R) from Massachusetts State Senate, Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex.
  287. Richard Westman (R) from Vermont Senate Lamoille District.
  288. Rick Bertrand (R) from Iowa State Senate District 7.
  289. Rick Brinkley (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 34.
  290. Rick Gunn (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 24.
  291. Rick Jeffares (R) from Georgia State Senate District 17.
  292. Rick Murphy (R) from Arizona State Senate District 21.
  293. Ried Holien (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 5.
  294. Rob Johnson (Oklahoma) (R) from Oklahoma State Senate District 22.
  295. Robert Bacon, Iowa (R) from Iowa House of Representatives District 48.
  296. Robert Beach (West Virginia) (D) from West Virginia State Senate District 13.
  297. Robert Meza (D) from Arizona State Senate District 30.
  298. Roberta Beavers (D) from Maine House of Representatives, District 2.
  299. Rodney Whittemore (R) from Maine State Senate, District 3.
  300. Roger Chamberlain (R) from Minnesota State Senate, District 38.
  301. Roger Crawford (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives District 8B.
  302. Roger Katz (R) from Maine State Senate, District 15.
  303. Roger Reinert (D) from Minnesota State Senate, District 7.
  304. Ron Grooms (R) from Indiana State Senate District 46.
  305. Ron Miller (West Virginia) (D) from West Virginia State Senate District 10.
  306. Ron Sandack (R) from Illinois House of Representatives District 81.
  307. Ronald Collins (R) from Maine State Senate, District 34.
  308. Ronald Sorvaag (R) from North Dakota State Senate District 45.
  309. Ruben Kihuen (D) from Nevada State Senate, District 10.
  310. Russ Fulcher (R) from Idaho State Senate District 22.
  311. Russell Black (R) from Maine House of Representatives, District 114.
  312. Russell Prescott (R) from New Hampshire State Senate District 23.
  313. Sal DiDomenico (D) from Massachusetts State Senate, Middlesex and Suffolk.
  314. Sandra Greiner (R) from Iowa State Senate District 39.
  315. Scott Newman (R) from Minnesota State Senate District 18.
  316. Scott Oelslager (R) from Ohio State Senate District 29.
  317. Sean Nienow (R) from Minnesota State Senate, District 32.
  318. Shadrack McGill (R) from Alabama State Senate District 8.
  319. Shane Cultra (R) from Illinois State Senate District 53.
  320. Shantel Krebs (R) from South Dakota Secretary of State.
  321. Sheila Leslie (D) from Nevada State Senate, Washoe 1.
  322. Sheryl L. Nuxoll (R) from Idaho State Senate District 7.
  323. Slade Blackwell (R) from Alabama State Senate District 15.
  324. Sondra Erickson (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives, District 15A.
  325. Stacey Campfield (R) from Tennessee State Senate District 7.
  326. Stan Olsen (R) from Nevada State Senate Clark 12 District.
  327. Stephanie Flowers (D) from Arkansas State Senate District 25.
  328. Stephen Wood (R) from Maine House of Representatives, District 57.
  329. Steve Cassano (D) from Connecticut State Senate District 4.
  330. Steve Conway (D) from Washington State Senate, District 29.
  331. Steve Gallardo (D) from Arizona State Senate District 29.
  332. Steve Gooch (R) from Georgia State Senate District 51.
  333. Steve Harrelson (D) from Arkansas State Senate District 21.
  334. Steve King (Colorado) (R) from Colorado State Senate, District 7.
  335. Steve Smith (Arizona) (R) from Arizona State Senate, District 11.
  336. Steve Vick (R) from Idaho State Senate District 2.
  337. Steven B. Yarbrough (R) from Arizona State Senate District 17.
  338. Sue Rezin (R) from Illinois State Senate District 38.
  339. Susan Glick (R) from Indiana State Senate District 13.
  340. Susan Morissette (R) from Maine House of Representatives, District 78.
  341. Suzi Schmidt (R) from Illinois State Senate District 31.
  342. Tammy Irons (D) from Alabama State Senate District 1.
  343. Ted Daley (R) from Minnesota State Senate District 38.
  344. Ted Lillie (R) from Minnesota State Senate District 56.
  345. Terrie Huntington (R) from Kansas State Senate District 7.
  346. Thomas Longstaff (D) from Maine House of Representatives, District 109.
  347. Thomas Martin, Jr. (R) from Maine State Senate District 25.
  348. Thomas O'Mara (R) from New York Senate District 58.
  349. Thomas Saviello (R) from Maine State Senate, District 17.
  350. Tim Begalka (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 4.
  351. Tim Cullen (Wisconsin) (D) from Wisconsin State Senate, District 15.
  352. Tim O'Driscoll (R) from Minnesota House of Representatives, District 13B.
  353. Timothy M. Kennedy (D) from New York Senate District 63.
  354. Timothy Solobay (D) from Pennsylvania State Senate District 46.
  355. Tod Bowman (D) from Iowa State Senate District 29.
  356. Todd Schlekeway (R) from South Dakota State Senate District 11.
  357. Tom Berryhill (R) from California State Senate District 8.
  358. Tom DeBlois (R) from New Hampshire State Senate District 18.
  359. Tom Facey (D) from Montana State Senate, District 50.
  360. Tom Johnson (R) from Illinois State Senate District 48.
  361. Tom Whatley (R) from Alabama State Senate District 27.
  362. Tom Winsor (R) from Maine House of Representatives, District 71.
  363. Tommy Tucker (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 35.
  364. Tony Avella (D) from New York Senate District 11.
  365. Van Wanggaard (R) from Wisconsin State Senate District 21.
  366. Warren Daniel (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 46.
  367. Wayne Parry (R) from Maine House of Representatives, District 10.
  368. Wesley Meredith (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 19.
  369. William "Sam" McCann (R) from Illinois State Senate District 50.
  370. William Emmerson (R) from California State Senate District 23.
  371. William Ligon (R) from Georgia State Senate District 3.
  372. William Rabon (R) from North Carolina State Senate District 8.