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Contents
1 Current members
1.1 U.S. Senate
1.2 U.S. House
2 Historical members
2.1 Senate
2.2 House

This page displays the historical members of U.S. Congress from Illinois.

Here is the current partisan breakdown of the congressional members from Illinois.

Congressional Partisan Breakdown from Illinois
Party U.S. Senate U.S. House Total
     Democratic Party 1 11 12
     Republican Party 1 6 7
TOTALS as of April 2014 2 17 19

Current members


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U.S. Senate

The current members of the U.S. Senate from Illinois are:


Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:Predecessor:
Dick Durbin
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Democratic PartyU.S. Senate, Illinois 1997January 3, 2015 November 4, 2014LinkPaul M. Simon (D)
Mark Kirk
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Republican PartyU.S. Senate, Illinois 2011January 3, 2017November 2016LinkRoland W. Burris (D)

U.S. House

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


Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:Predecessor:
Aaron Schock
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Republican PartyDistrict 18 2009January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkRay LaHood (R)
Adam Kinzinger
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Republican PartyDistrict 16 2011January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkDebbie Halvorson (D)
Bill Foster
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Democratic PartyDistrict 11 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkAdam Kinzinger (R)
Bobby L. Rush
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Democratic PartyDistrict 1 1993January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkCharles Hayes (D)
Brad Schneider
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Democratic PartyDistrict 10 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkRobert J. Dold (R)
Cheri Bustos
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Democratic PartyDistrict 17 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkBobby Schilling (R)
Daniel Lipinski
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Democratic PartyDistrict 3 2005January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkWilliam O. Lipinski (D)
Danny K. Davis
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Democratic PartyDistrict 7 1997January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkCardiss Collins (D)
Jan Schakowsky
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Democratic PartyDistrict 9 1999January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkSidney Yates (D)
John Shimkus
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Republican PartyDistrict 15 1997January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkDavid D. Phelps (D)
Luis V. Gutierrez
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Democratic PartyDistrict 4 1993January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkGeorge E. Sangmeister (D)
Mike Quigley
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Democratic PartyDistrict 5 2009January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkRahm Emanuel (D)
Peter J. Roskam
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Republican PartyDistrict 6 2007January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkHenry J. Hyde (R)
Randy Hultgren
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Republican PartyDistrict 14 2011January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkBill Foster (D)
Robin Kelly
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Democratic PartyDistrict 2 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkJesse L. Jackson, Jr. (D)
Rodney Davis
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Republican PartyDistrict 13 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkTimothy V. Johnson (R)
Tammy Duckworth
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Democratic PartyDistrict 8 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkJoe Walsh (R)
William Enyart
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Democratic PartyDistrict 12 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkJerry Costello (D)

Historical members

Senate

Historical Representation to the US Senate by Party from Illinois
Party Total
     Democratic 23
     Republican 25
     Jacksonian 3
     CRR 1
     Independent 1
Total Senators 53
Class 2 Senators from Illinois
Senator Years Served Party
Jesse B. Thomas Republican 1818-1829
John McLean Jacksonian 1829-1830
David J. Baker Democratic 1830-1830
John M. Robinson Democratic 1830-1841
Samuel McRoberts Democratic 1841-1843
James Semple Democratic 1843-1847
Stephen A. Douglas Democratic 1847-1861
Orville H. Browning Republican 1861-1863
William A. Richardson Democratic 1863-1865
Richard Yates Republican 1865-1871
John A. Logan Republican 1871-1877
David Davis Independent 1877-1883
Shelby M. Cullom Republican 1883-1913
James Hamilton Lewis Democratic 1913-1919
J. Medill McCormick Republican 1919-1925
Charles S. Deneen Republican 1925-1931
James Hamilton Lewis Democratic 1931-1939
James M. Slattery Democratic 1939-1940
C. Wayland Brooks Republican 1940-1949
Paul H. Douglas Democratic 1949-1967
Charles H. Percy Republican 1967-1985
Paul M. Simon Democratic 1985-1997
Richard Durbin Democratic 1997-Present
Class 3 Senators from Illinois
Senator Years Served Party
Ninian Edwards Republican 1818-1824
John McLean CRR 1824-1825
Elias K. Kane Jacksonian 1825-1835
William Lee D. Ewing Jacksonian 1835-1837
Richard M. Young Democratic 1837-1843
Sidney Breese Democratic 1843-1849
James Shields Democratic 1849-1855
Lyman Trumbull Republican 1855-1873
Richard J. Oglesby Republican 1873-1879
John A. Logan Republican 1879-1886
Charles B. Farwell Republican 1887-1891
John McAuley Palmer Democratic 1891-1897
William E. Mason Republican 1897-1903
Albert J. Hopkins Republican 1903-1909
William Lorimer Republican 1909-1912
Lawrence Y. Sherman Republican 1913-1921
William B. McKinley Republican 1921-1926
Frank L. Smith Republican 1926-1928
Otis F. Glenn Republican 1928-1933
William H. Dieterich Democratic 1933-1939
Scott W. Lucas Democratic 1939-1951
Everett McKinley Dirksen Republican 1951-1969
Ralph Tyler Smith Republican 1969-1970
Adlai E. Stevenson III Democratic 1970-1981
Alan J. Dixon Democratic 1981-1993
Carol Moseley-Braun Democratic 1993-1999
Peter G. Fitzgerald Republican 1999-2005
Barack Obama Democratic 2005-2008
Roland W. Burris Democratic 2009-2010
Mark Kirk Republican 2010-Present

House

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Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1800s from Illinois
Party Total
     Democratic 90
     Republican 89
     Whig 7
     Greenbacker 1
     Independent 2
     Democratic-Republican 1
Total Representatives 190
Representatives to the U.S. House in Illinois 1800s
Representative Years Served Party
Daniel P. Cook Democratic-Republican 1819–1827
Joseph Duncan Democratic 1827–1834
Charles Slade Democratic 1833–1834
Zadok Casey Democratic 1833–1843
John Reynolds Democratic 1834–1837 and 1839–1843
William L. May Democratic 1834–1839
Adam W. Snyder Democratic 1837–1839
John T. Stuart Democratic 1839–1843 and 1863–1865
John J. Hardin Whig 1843–1845
Stephen A. Douglas Democratic 1843–1847
Joseph P. Hoge Democratic 1843–1847
Orlando B. Ficklin Democratic 1843–1849 and 1851–1853
Robert Smith Democratic 1843–1849 and 1857-1859
John A. McClernand Democratic 1843–1851 and 1859–1861
John Wentworth Republican 1843–1851, 1853-1855, and 1865–1867
Edward D. Baker Whig 1845–1847 and 1849–1851
John Henry Whig 1847
Abraham Lincoln Whig 1847–1849
Thomas J. Turner Democratic 1847–1849
William A. Richardson Democratic 1847–1856 and 1861–1863
Timothy R. Young Democratic 1849–1851
Thomas L. Harris Democratic 1849–1851 and 1855-1858
William H. Bissell Democratic 1849–1855
Thompson Campbell Democratic 1851–1853
Richard S. Molony Democratic 1851–1853
Willis Allen Democratic 1851–1855
Richard Yates Whig 1851–1855
James Knox Whig 1853–1857
James C. Allen Democratic 1853–1857 and 1863–1865
Jesse O. Norton Republican 1853–1857 and 1863–1865
Elihu B. Washburne Whig 1853–1869
James H. Woodworth Republican 1855–1857
Samuel S. Marshall Democratic 1855–1859 and 1865-1875
Jacob C. Davis Democratic 1856–1857
James L.D. Morrison Democratic 1856–1857
Aaron Shaw Democratic 1857–1859 and 1883–1885
Isaac N. Morris Democratic 1857–1861
John F. Farnsworth Republican 1857–1861 and 1863–1873
William Kellogg Republican 1857–1863
Owen Lovejoy Republican 1857–1864
Charles D. Hodges Democratic 1859
John A. Logan Democratic 1859–1862
Philip B. Fouke Democratic 1859–1863
James C. Robinson Democratic 1859–1865 and 1871-1875
Isaac N. Arnold Republican 1861–1865
Anthony L. Knapp Democratic 1861–1865
William J. Allen Democratic 1862–1865
Charles M. Harris Democratic 1863–1865
William R. Morrison Democratic 1863–1865 and 1873-1887
John R. Eden Democratic 1863–1865, 1873-1879 and 1885-1887
Lewis W. Ross Democratic 1863–1869
Ebon C. Ingersoll Republican 1863–1871
Andrew J. Kuykendall Republican 1865–1867
Anthony Thornton Democratic 1865–1867
Samuel W. Moulton Democratic 1865–1867 and 1881–1885
Henry P.H. Bromwell Republican 1865–1869
Abner C. Harding Republican 1865–1869
Jehu Baker Democratic 1865–1869 and 1897–1899
Burton C. Cook Republican 1865–1871
Shelby M. Cullom Republican 1865–1871
Green B. Raum Republican 1867–1869
Albert G. Burr Democratic 1867–1871
Norman B. Judd Republican 1867–1871
John M. Crebs Democratic 1869–1873
John B. Hay Republican 1869–1873
Thompson W. McNeely Democratic 1869–1873
Jeese H. Moore Republican 1869–1873
John B. Hawley Republican 1869–1875
Horatio C. Burchard Republican 1869–1879
John L. Beveridge Republican 1871–1873
Edward Y. Rice Democratic 1871–1873
Henry Snapp Republican 1871–1873
Bradford N. Stevens Democratic 1871–1873
Charles B. Farwell Republican 1871–1876 and 1881–1883
John B. Rice Republican 1873–1874
Granville Barrere Republican 1873–1875
Isaac Clements Republican 1873–1875
Franklin Corwin Republican 1873–1875
James S. Martin Republican 1873–1875
John McNulta Republican 1873–1875
William H. Ray Republican 1873–1875
Jasper D. Ward Republican 1873–1875
Robert M. Knapp Democratic 1873–1875 and 1877–1879
Stephen A. Hurlbut Republican 1873–1877
Greenbury L. Fort Republican 1873–1881
Joseph G. Cannon Republican 1873–1891, 1893-1913 and 1915-1923
William B. Anderson Independent 1875–1877
John C. Bagby Democratic 1875–1877
Alexander Campbell Independent 1875–1877
Bernard G. Caulfield Democratic 1875–1877
Richard H. Whiting Republican 1875–1877
Adlai E. Stevenson Democratic 1875–1877 and 1879–1881
Scott Wike Democratic 1875–1877 and 1889–1893
Carter H. Harrison Democratic 1875–1879
William Hartzell Democratic 1875–1879
William A.J. Sparks Democratic 1875–1883
Thomas J. Henderson Republican 1875–1895
William M. Springer Democratic 1875–1895
John V. Le Moyne Democratic 1876–1877
Lorenzo Brentano Republican 1877–1879
William Lathrop Republican 1877–1879
Thomas F. Tipton Republican 1877–1879
Thomas A. Boyd Republican 1877–1881
Philip C. Hayes Republican 1877–1881
William Aldrich Republican 1877–1883
Benjamin F. Marsh Republican 1877–1883, 1893-1901 and 1903-1905
Richard W. Townshend Democratic 1877–1889
Hiram Barber, Jr. Republican 1879–1881
Albert P. Forsythe Greenbacker 1879–1881
Robert M. A. Hawk Republican 1879–1882
John C. Sherwin Republican 1879–1883
James W. Singleton Democratic 1879–1883
George R. Davis Republican 1879–1885
John R. Thomas Republican 1879–1889
John H. Lewis Republican 1881–1883
Dietrich C. Smith Republican 1881–1883
William Cullen Republican 1881–1885
Lewis E. Payson Republican 1881–1893
Robert R. Hitt Republican 1882–1906
Reuben Ellwood Republican 1883–1885
John F. Finerty Democratic 1883–1885
William H. Neece Democratic 1883–1887
James M. Riggs Democratic 1883–1887
Nicholas E. Worthington Democratic 1883–1887
Ransom W. Dunham Republican 1883–1889
George E. Adams Republican 1883–1891
Jonathan H. Rowell Republican 1883–1891
James H. Ward Democratic 1885–1887
Silas Z. Landes Democratic 1885–1889
Ralph Plumb Republican 1885–1889
Frank Lawler Democratic 1885–1891
Albert J. Hopkins Republican 1885–1903
George A. Anderson Democratic 1887–1889
William H. Gest Republican 1887–1891
William E. Mason Republican 1887–1891 and 1917–1921
Edward Lane Democratic 1887–1895
Philip S. Post Republican 1887–1895
Charles A. Hill Republican 1889–1891
Abner Taylor Republican 1889–1893
George W. Fithian Democratic 1889–1895
William St. John Forman Democratic 1889–1895
James R. Williams Democratic 1889–1895 and 1899-1905
George W. Smith Republican 1889–1907
Samuel T. Busey Democratic 1891–1893
Benjamin T. Cable Democratic 1891–1893
Walter C. Newberry Democratic 1891–1893
Owen Scott Democratic 1891–1893
Herman W. Snow Democratic 1891–1893
Lewis Steward Democratic 1891–1893
Allan C. Durborow, Jr. Democratic 1891–1895
Lawrence E. McGann Democratic 1891–1895
John C. Black Democratic 1893–1895
Robert A. Childs Republican 1893–1895
Benjamin F. Funk Republican 1893–1895
Julius Goldzier Democratic 1893–1895
John J. McDannold Democratic 1893–1895
Hamilton K. Wheeler Republican 1893–1895
Andrew J. Hunter Democratic 1893–1895 and 1897-1899
J. Frank Aldrich Republican 1893–1897
Frederick Remann Republican 1895
Finis E. Downing Democratic 1895–1896
Orlando Burrell Republican 1895–1897
Edward D. Cooke Republican 1895–1897
William F.L. Hadley Republican 1895–1897
Everett J. Murphy Republican 1895–1897
Benson Wood Republican 1895–1897
Charles W. Woodman Republican 1895–1897
Hugh R. Belknap Republican 1895–1899
James A. Connolly Republican 1895–1899
George E. White Republican 1895–1899
William Lorimer Republican 1895–1901 and 1903–1909
Walter Reeves Republican 1895–1903
Vespasian Warner Republican 1895–1905
Joseph V. Graff Republican 1895–1911
George W. Prince Republican 1895–1913
George E. Foss Republican 1895–1913 and 1915-1919
John I. Rinaker Republican 1896–1897
James R. Campbell Democratic 1897–1899
William H. Hinrichsen Democratic 1897–1899
Daniel W. Mills Republican 1897–1899
Thomas M. Jett Democratic 1897–1903
Henry S. Boutell Republican 1897–1911
James R. Mann Republican 1897–1922
Thomas Cusack Democratic 1899–1901
Edward T. Noonan Democratic 1899–1901
William E. Williams Democratic 1899–1901 and 1913–1917
William A. Rodenberg Republican 1899–1901, 1903-1913 and 1915-1923
Joseph B. Crowley Democratic 1899–1905
George P. Foster Democratic 1899–1905
Ben F. Caldwell Democratic 1899–1905 and 1907-1909

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1900s from Illinois
Party Total
     Democratic 124
     Republican 130
     Progressive 2
Total Representatives 256
Representatives to the U.S. House in Illinois 1900s
Representative Years Served Party
John J. Feely Democratic 1901–1903
Fred J. Kern Democratic 1901–1903
J. Ross Mickey Democratic 1901–1903
Thomas J. Selby Democratic 1901–1903
William F. Mahoney Democratic 1901–1904
James McAndrews Democratic 1901–1905, 1913-1921 and 1935-1941
Martin Emerich Democratic 1903–1905
Philip Knopf Republican 1903–1909
Howard M. Snapp Republican 1903–1911
John A. Sterling Republican 1903–1913 and 1915–1918
William W. Wilson Republican 1903–1913 and 1915–1921
Charles Eugene Fuller Republican 1903–1913 and 1915–1926
Henry T. Rainey Democratic 1903–1921 and 1923–1934
Frank S. Dickson Republican 1905–1907
Anthony Michalek Republican 1905–1907
Zeno J. Rives Republican 1905–1907
Charles S. Wharton Republican 1905–1907
Charles McGavin Republican 1905–1909
Pleasant T. Chapman Republican 1905–1911
James McKinney Republican 1905–1913
William B. McKinley Republican 1905–1913 and 1915–1921
Martin B. Madden Republican 1905–1928
Frank O. Lowden Republican 1906–1911
James T. McDermott Democratic 1907–1917
Martin D. Foster Democratic 1907–1919
Adolph J. Sabath Democratic 1907–1952
Napoleon B. Thistlewood Republican 1908–1913
Frederick Lundin Republican 1909–1911
William J. Moxley Republican 1909–1911
James M. Graham Democratic 1909–1915
Thomas Gallagher Democratic 1909–1921
Lynden Evans Democratic 1911–1913
Edmund J. Stack Democratic 1911–1913
H. Robert Fowler Democratic 1911–1915
Frank Buchanan Democratic 1911–1917
Claude U. Stone Democratic 1911–1917
Ira C. Copley Republican 1911–1923
John C. McKenzie Republican 1911–1925
William N. Baltz Democratic 1913–1915
Charles M. Borchers Democratic 1913–1915
Louis Fitzhenry Democratic 1913–1915
George E. Gorman Democratic 1913–1915
Robert P. Hill Democratic 1913–1915
Progressive William H. Hinebaugh 1913–1915
Stephen A. Hoxworth Democratic 1913–1915
Frank T. O'Hair Democratic 1913–1915
Lawrence B. Stringer Democratic 1913–1915
Progressive Charles M. Thomson 1913–1915
Clyde H. Tavenner Democratic 1913–1917
Frederick A. Britten Republican 1913–1935
Burnett M. Chiperfield Republican 1915–1917 and 1930–1933
Loren E. Wheeler Republican 1915–1923 and 1925–1927
Edward John King Republican 1915–1929
Thomas S. Williams Republican 1915–1929
Edward E. Denison Republican 1915–1931
Charles Martin Democratic 1917
Joseph M. McCormick Republican 1917–1919
Niels Juul Republican 1917–1921
Clifford C. Ireland Republican 1917–1923
William J. Graham Republican 1917–1924
John W. Rainey Democratic 1918–1923
Frank L. Smith Republican 1919–1921
Edwin B. Brooks Republican 1919–1923
Carl R. Chindblom Republican 1919–1933
Richard Yates Republican 1919–1933
Guy L. Shaw Republican 1921–1923
John J. Gorman Republican 1921–1923 and 1925–1927
Allen F. Moore Republican 1921–1925
Frank H. Funk Republican 1921–1927
M. Alfred Michaelson Republican 1921–1931
Elliott W. Sproul Republican 1921–1931
Stanley H. Kunz Democratic 1921–1933
Winnifred S.M. Huck Republican 1922–1923
James R. Buckley Democratic 1923–1925
Edward E. Miller Republican 1923–1925
J. Earl Major Democratic 1923–1925, 1927–1929 and 1931-1933
Henry Riggs Rathbone Republican 1923–1928
Thomas A. Doyle Democratic 1923–1931
William P. Holaday Republican 1923–1933
Morton D. Hull Republican 1923–1933
William E. Hull Republican 1923–1933
William W. Arnold Democratic 1923–1935
Frank R. Reid Republican 1923–1935
Edward M. Irwin Republican 1925–1931
Charles Adkins Republican 1925–1933
John Clayton Allen Republican 1925–1933
William Richard Johnson Republican 1925–1933
Homer W. Hall Republican 1927–1933
James T. Igoe Democratic 1927–1933
John T. Buckbee Republican 1927–1936
Ruth H. McCormick Republican 1929–1931
Frank M. Ramey Republican 1929–1931
Oscar De Priest Republican 1929–1935
Claude V. Parsons Democratic 1930–1941
Peter C. Granata Republican 1931–1932
Charles A. Karch Democratic 1931–1932
William H. Dieterich Democratic 1931–1933
Kent E. Keller Democratic 1931–1941
Harry P. Beam Democratic 1931–1942
Edward A. Kelly Democratic 1931–1943 and 1945–1947
Leonard W. Schuetz Democratic 1931–1944
Frank Gillespie Democratic 1933–1935
P. H. Moynihan Republican 1933–1935
Walter Nesbit Democratic 1933–1935
James Simpson, Jr. Republican 1933–1935
J. Leroy Adair Democratic 1933–1937
Martin A. Brennan Democratic 1933–1937
Donald C. Dobbins Democratic 1933–1937
James A. Meeks Democratic 1933–1939
Chester Thompson Democratic 1933–1939
Thomas J. O'Brien Democratic 1933–1939 and 1943–1964
Leo Kocialkowski Democratic 1933–1943
Edwin M. Schaefer Democratic 1933–1943
Everett M. Dirksen Republican 1933–1949
Leo E. Allen Republican 1933–1961
Michael L. Igoe Democratic 1935–1937
Harry H. Mason Democratic 1935–1937
Scott W. Lucas Democratic 1935–1939
Ralph E. Church Republican 1935–1941 and 1943-1950
Raymond S. McKeough Democratic 1935–1943
Arthur W. Mitchell Democratic 1935–1943
Chauncey W. Reed Republican 1935–1956
Leslie C. Arends Republican 1935–1974
Lewis L. Boyer Democratic 1937–1939
Edwin V. Champion Democratic 1937–1939
Lewis M. Long Democratic 1937–1939
Hugh M. Rigney Democratic 1937–1939
Frank W. Fries Democratic 1937–1941
Laurence F. Arnold Democratic 1937–1943
Noah M. Mason Republican 1937–1963
John C. Martin Democratic 1939–1941
Thomas V. Smith Democratic 1939–1941
A. F. Maciejewski Democratic 1939–1942
James M. Barnes Democratic 1939–1943
William H. Wheat Republican 1939–1944
Jessie Sumner Republican 1939–1947
Anton J. Johnson Republican 1939–1949
Robert B. Chiperfield Republican 1939–1963
George A. Paddock Republican 1941–1943
William Stratton Republican 1941–1943 and 1947–1949
Stephen A. Day Republican 1941–1945
Charles S. Dewey Republican 1941–1945
James V. Heidinger Republican 1941–1945
George Evan Howell Republican 1941–1948
C. W. Bishop Republican 1941–1955
Fred E. Busbey Republican 1943–1945
Calvin D. Johnson Republican 1943–1945
William A. Rowan Democratic 1943–1947
Martin Gorski Democratic 1943–1949
Sid Simpson Republican 1943–1958
Thomas S. Gordon Democratic 1943–1959
Charles W. Vursell Republican 1943–1959
William L. Dawson Democratic 1943–1970
Rolla C. McMillen Republican 1944–1951
Emily Taft Douglas Democratic 1945–1947
Alexander J. Resa Democratic 1945–1947
Roy Clippinger Republican 1945–1949
Melvin Price Democratic 1945–1988
Thomas L. Owens Republican 1947–1948
Robert J. Twyman Republican 1947–1949
Richard B. Vail Republican 1947–1949 and 1951–1953
Edward H. Jenison Republican 1947–1953
William W. Link Democratic 1949–1947
James V. Buckley Democratic 1949–1951
Chester A. Chesney Democratic 1949–1951
Neil J. Linehan Democratic 1949–1951
Barratt O'Hara Democratic 1949–1951 and 1953–1969
Edgar A. Jonas Republican 1949–1955
Richard W. Hoffman Republican 1949–1957
Harold H. Velde Republican 1949–1957
Peter F. Mack, Jr. Democratic 1949–1963
Sidney R. Yates Democratic 1949–1963 and 1965–1999
William E. McVey Republican 1951–1958
Timothy P. Sheehan Republican 1951–1959
Marguerite S. Church Republican 1951–1963
William L. Springer Republican 1951–1973
John C. Kluczynski Democratic 1951–1975
James B. Bowler Democratic 1953–1957
James C. Murray Democratic 1955–1957
Charles A. Boyle Democratic 1955–1959
Kenneth J. Gray Democratic 1955–1974 and 1985-1989
Russell W. Keeney Republican 1957–1958
Emmet F. Byrne Republican 1957–1959
Roland V. Libonati Democratic 1957–1965
Harold R. Collier Republican 1957–1975
Robert H. Michel Republican 1957–1995
Edna O. Simpson Republican 1959–1961
Elmer J. Hoffman Republican 1959–1965
William T. Murphy Democratic 1959–1971
Roman C. Pucinski Democratic 1959–1973
George E. Shipley Democratic 1959–1979
Edward J. Derwinski Republican 1959–1983
Dan Rostenkowski Democratic 1959–1995
Edward R. Finnegan Democratic 1961–1964
John B. Anderson Republican 1961–1981
Paul Findley Republican 1961–1983
Robert T. McLoskey Republican 1963–1965
Donald Rumsfeld Republican 1963–1969
Charlotte T. Reid Republican 1963–1971
Robert McClory Republican 1963–1983
Gale Schisler Democratic 1965–1967
Daniel J. Ronan Democratic 1965–1969
John N. Erlenborn Republican 1965–1985
Frank Annunzio Democratic 1965–1993
Tom Railsback Republican 1967–1983
Abner J. Mikva Democratic 1969–1973 and 1975–1979
Philip M. Crane Republican 1969–2005
George W. Collins Democratic 1970–1972
Ralph H. Metcalfe Democratic 1971–1978
Morgan F. Murphy Democratic 1971–1983
Cliffard D. Carlson Republican 1972–1973
Robert P. Hanrahan Republican 1973–1975
Samuel H. Young Republican 1973–1975
George M. O'Brien Republican 1973–1986
Edward Rell Madigan Republican 1973–1991
Cardiss Collins Democratic 1973–1997
Tim Lee Hall Democratic 1975–1977
John G. Fary Democratic 1975–1983
Paul Simon Democratic 1975–1985
Marty Russo Democratic 1975–1993
Henry J. Hyde Republican 1975–2007
Tom Corcoran Republican 1977–1984
Bennett M. Stewart Democratic 1979–1981
Dan Crane Republican 1979–1985
John Edward Porter Republican 1980–2001
Harold Washington Democratic 1981–1983
Lynn Morley Martin Republican 1981–1991
Gus Savage Democratic 1981–1993
Charles A. Hayes Democratic 1983–1993
Richard J. Durbin Democratic 1983–1997
William O. Lipinski Democratic 1983–2005
Lane Evans Democratic 1983–2007
John E. Grotberg Republican 1985–1986
Terry L. Bruce Democratic 1985–1993
Harris W. Fawell Republican 1985–1999
Jack Davis Republican 1987–1989
J. Dennis Hastert Republican 1987–2007
Jerry F. Costello Democratic 1988–Present
George E. Sangmeister Democratic 1989–1995
Glenn Poshard Democratic 1989–1999
John W. Cox, Jr. Democratic 1991–1993
Thomas W. Ewing Republican 1991–2001
Mel Reynolds Democratic 1993–1995
Luis V. Gutierrez Democratic 1993–present
Donald A. Manzullo Republican 1993–present
Bobby Rush Democratic 1993–present
Michael Patrick Flanagan Republican 1995–1997
Ray LaHood Republican 1995–2009
Jerry Weller Republican 1995–2009
Jesse L. Jackson, Jr. Democratic 1995–2012
Rod R. Blagojevich Democratic 1997–2003
Danny K. Davis Democratic 1997–present
John Shimkus Republican 1997–Present
David D. Phelps Democratic 1999–2003
Judy Biggert Republican 1999–present
Janice D. Schakowsky Democratic 1999–present

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 2000s from Illinois
Party Total
     Democratic 10
     Republican 10
Total Representatives 20
Representatives to the U.S. House in Illinois 2000s
Representative Years Served Party
Mark Kirk Republican 2001–2010
Timothy V. Johnson Republican 2001–2013
Rahm Emanuel Democratic 2003–2009
Melissa Bean Democratic 2005–2011
Dan Lipinski Democratic 2005–present
Philip Hare Democratic 2007–2011
Peter Roskam Republican 2007–present
Bill Foster Democratic 2008–2011, 2013-present
Debbie Halvorson Democratic 2009–2011
Michael Quigley Democratic 2009–present
Aaron Schock Republican 2009–present
Robert Dold Republican 2011–2013
Randy Hultgren Republican 2011–present
Adam Kinzinger Republican 2011–present
Bobby Schilling Republican 2011–present
Joe Walsh Republican 2011–2013
Cheri Bustos Democratic 2013-present
Rodney Davis Republican 2013-present
William Enyart Democratic 2013-present
Tammy Duckworth Democratic 2013-present