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This page displays the historical members of [[U.S. Congress]] from [[Massachusetts]].
 
This page displays the historical members of [[U.S. Congress]] from [[Massachusetts]].
  

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Massachusetts
Population6,646,144
Gender51.5% Female, 48.5% Male
Race82.5% White, 7.8% Black, 6% Asian
Ethnicity9.6% Hispanic
Unemployment rate8.1%
Median household income$65,981
Voter registration statistics35.7% D, 11.1% R
2012 Voter turnout66.6%
2012 Pres results60.3% Obama, 37.32% Romney
Upcoming electionsU.S. House, 2014

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

Current members


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

Congressional Partisan Breakdown from Massachusetts
Party U.S. Senate U.S. House Total
     Democratic Party 2 9 11
     Republican Party 0 0 0
TOTALS as of August 2014 2 9 11

U.S. Senate

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


Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Ed Markey
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Democratic PartyU.S. Senate, Massachusetts 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Elizabeth Warren
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Democratic PartyU.S. Senate, Massachusetts 2013January 3, 2019November 2018Link

U.S. House

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


Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Bill Keating
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Democratic PartyDistrict 9 2011January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Jim McGovern
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Democratic PartyDistrict 2 1989January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
John Tierney
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Democratic PartyDistrict 6 1997January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Joseph Kennedy III
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Democratic PartyDistrict 4 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Katherine Clark
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Democratic PartyDistrict 5 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Michael Capuano
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Democratic PartyDistrict 7 1999January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Niki Tsongas
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Democratic PartyDistrict 3 2007January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Richard Neal
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Democratic PartyDistrict 1 1989January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Stephen Lynch
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Democratic PartyDistrict 8 2001January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link

Historical members

The following individuals were elected to the U.S. Senate from Massachusetts.

Historical Representation to the US Senate by Party from Massachusetts
Party Total
     Pro-Administration 1
     Federalist 14
     Whig 9
     Republican 16
     Democratic 12
     Adams 2
     Anti-Jacksonian 1
     Other 2
Total Senators 57
Class 1 Senators from Massachusetts
Senator Years Served Party
Tristram Dalton 1789-1791 Pro-Administration
George Cabot 1791-1796 Federalist
Benjamin Goodhue 1796-1800 Federalist
Jonathan Mason 1800-1803 Federalist
John Quincy Adams 1803-1808 Federalist
James Lloyd 1808-1813 Federalist
Christopher Gore 1813-1816 Federalist
Eli P. Ashmun 1816-1818 Federalist
Prentiss Mellen 1818-1820 Federalist
Elijah H. Mills 1820-1827 Federalist,Adams-Clay Federalist, Adams
Daniel Webster 1827-1841 Adams,Anti-Jacksonian,Whig
Rufus Choate 1841-1845 Whig
Daniel Webster 1845-1850 Whig
Robert C. Winthrop 1850-1851 Whig
Robert Rantoul, Jr. 1851-1851 Democratic
Charles Sumner 1851-1874 Republican
William B. Washburn 1874-1875 Republican
Henry L. Dawes 1875-1893 Republican
Henry Cabot Lodge 1893-1924 Republican
William M. Butler 1924-1926 Republican
David I. Walsh 1926-1947 Democratic
Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. 1947-1953 Republican
John F. Kennedy 1953-1960 Democratic
Benjamin A. Smith II 1960-1962 Democratic
Edward M. Kennedy 1962-2009 Democratic
Paul G. Kirk, Jr. 2009-2010 Democratic
Scott Brown 2010-2013 Republican
Elizabeth Warren 2013-Present Democratic
Class 2 Senators from Massachusetts
Senator Years Served Party
Caleb Strong 1789-1796 Pro-administration,Federalist
Theodore Sedgwick 1796-1799 Federalist
Samuel Dexter 1799-1800 Federalist
Dwight Foster 1800-1803 Federalist
Timothy Pickering 1803-1811 Federalist
Joseph B. Varnum 1811-1817
Harrison Gray Otis 1817-1822 Federalist
James Lloyd 1822-1826 Federalist,Adams-Clay Federalist,Adams
Nathaniel Silsbee 1826-1835 Adams,Anti-Jacksonian
John Davis 1835-1841 Anti-Jacksonian,Whig
Isaac C. Bates 1841-1845 Whig
John Davis 1845-1853 Whig
Edward Everett 1853-1854 Whig
Julius Rockwell 1854-1855 Whig
Henry Wilson 1855-1873 Republican
George S. Boutwell 1873-1877 Republican
George F. Hoar 1877-1904 Republican
Winthrop Murray Crane 1904-1913 Republican
John W. Weeks 1913-1919 Republican
David I. Walsh 1919-1925 Democratic
Frederick H. Gillett 1925-1931
Marcus A. Coolidge 1931-1937 Democratic
Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. 1937-1944 Republican
Sinclair Weeks 1944-1944 Republican
Leverett Saltonstall 1945-1967 Republican
Edward W. Brooke III 1967-1979 Republican
Paul E. Tsongas 1979-1985 Democratic
John F. Kerry 1985-2013 Democratic
Mo Cowan 2013-Present Democratic

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

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Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1700s from Massachusetts
Party Total
     Federalist 11
     Pro-Administration 13
     Anti-Administration 5
     Democratic-Republican 4
Total Representatives 33
Representatives to the U.S. House in Massachusetts in the 1700s
Representative Years Served Party
George Partridge 1789-1790 Pro-Administration
Jonathan Grout 1789-1791 Anti-Administration
Elbridge Gerry 1789-1793 Anti-Administration
George Leonard 1789-1793 and 1795-1797 Pro-Administration
Benjamin Goodhue 1789-1796 Pro-Administration
Theodore Sedgwick 1789-1796 and 1799-1801 Pro-Administration
Fisher Ames 1789-1797 Pro-Administration
George Thatcher 1789-1801 Pro-Administration
Shearjashub Bourne 1791-1795 Pro-Administration
Artemas Ward 1791-1795 Pro-Administration
David Cobb 1793-1795 Pro-Administration
Peleg Coffin, Jr. 1793-1795 Pro-Administration
Samuel Dexter 1793-1795 Pro-Administration
Samuel Holten 1793-1795 Anti-Administration
Henry Dearborn 1793-1797 Anti-Administration
William Lyman 1793-1797 Anti-Administration
Dwight Foster 1793-1800 Pro-Administration
Peleg Wadsworth 1793-1807 Pro-Administration
Theophilus Bradbury 1795-1797 Federalist
Nathaniel Freeman, Jr. 1795-1799 Democratic-Republican
Samuel Lyman 1795-1800 Federalist
John Reed, Sr. 1795-1801 Federalist
Joseph Bradley Varnum 1795-1811 Democratic-Republican
Samuel Sewall 1796-1800 Federalist
Stephen Bullock 1797-1799 Federalist
Isaac Parker 1797-1799 Federalist
Thomson J. Skinner 1797-1799 and 1803-1804 Democratic-Republican
Harrison Gray Otis 1797-1801 Federalist
Bailey Bartlett 1797-1801 Federalist
William Shepard 1797-1803 Federalist
Silas Lee 1799-1801 Federalist
Lemuel Williams 1799-1805 Federalist
Phanuel Bishop 1799-1807 Democratic-Republican

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1800s from Massachusetts
Party Total
     Democratic 26
     Republican 72
     Anti-Jacksonian 14
     Federalist 47
     Whig 34
     Jacksonian 1
     Democratic-Republican 48
     Adams 9
     Know-Nothing 6
     Free Soil 2
Total Representatives 259
Representatives to the U.S. House in Massachusetts in the 1800s
Representative Years Served Party
Levi Lincoln, Sr. 1800-1801 Democratic-Republican
Nathan Read 1800-1803 Federalist
Ebenezer Mattoon 1801-1803 Federalist
John Bacon 1801-1803 Democratic-Republican
Josiah Smith 1801-1803 Democratic-Republican
Manasseh Cutler 1801-1805 Federalist
William Eustis 1801-1805 and 1820-1823 Democratic-Republican
Seth Hastings 1801-1807 Federalist
Richard Cutts 1801-1813 Democratic-Republican
Samuel Thatcher 1802-1805 Federalist
Thomas Dwight 1803-1805 Federalist
Nahum Mitchell 1803-1805 Federalist
Jacob Crowninshield 1803-1808 Democratic-Republican
William Stedman 1803-1810 Federalist
Ebenezer Seaver 1803-1813 Democratic-Republican
Samuel Taggart 1803-1817 Federalist
Simon Larned 1804-1805 Democratic-Republican
Barnabas Bidwell 1805-1807 Democratic-Republican
Jeremiah Nelson 1805-1807, 1815-1825 and 1831-1833 Federalist
Joseph Barker 1805-1809 Democratic-Republican
John Chandler 1805-1809 Democratic-Republican
Isaiah L. Green 1805-1809 and 1811-1813 Democratic-Republican
Orchard Cook 1805-1811 Democratic-Republican
Josiah Quincy III 1805-1813 Federalist
William Ely 1805-1815 Federalist
Josiah Dean 1807-1809 Democratic-Republican
Daniel Ilsley 1807-1809 Democratic-Republican
Jabez Upham 1807-1810 Federalist
Edward St. Loe Livermore 1807-1811 Federalist
Ezekiel Bacon 1807-1813 Democratic-Republican
Joseph Story 1808-1809 Democratic-Republican
William Baylies 1809-1809, 1813-1817 and 1833-1835 Federalist
Gideon Gardner 1809-1811 Democratic-Republican
Benjamin Pickman, Jr. 1809-1811 Federalist
Ezekiel Whitman 1809-1811 and 1817-1821 Federalist
Barzillai Gannett 1809-1812 Democratic-Republican
Charles Turner, Jr. 1809-1813 Democratic-Republican
Laban Wheaton 1809-1817 Federalist
Joseph Allen 1810-1811 Federalist
Abijah Bigelow 1810-1815 Federalist
Leonard White 1811-1813 Federalist
William Widgery 1811-1813 Democratic-Republican
Peleg Tallman 1811-1813 Democratic-Republican
William M. Richardson 1811-1814 Democratic-Republican
William Reed 1811-1815 Federalist
Elijah Brigham 1811-1816 Federalist
Francis Carr 1812-1813 Democratic-Republican
Daniel Dewey 1813-1814 Federalist
Samuel Davis 1813-1815 Federalist
Levi Hubbard 1813-1815 Democratic-Republican
Abiel Wood 1813-1815 Democratic-Republican
John Wilson 1813-1815 and 1817-1819 Federalist
James Parker 1813-1815 and 1819-1821 Democratic-Republican
Timothy Pickering 1813-1817 Federalist
George Bradbury 1813-1817 Federalist
Artemas Ward, Jr. 1813-1817 Federalist
Cyrus King 1813-1817 Federalist
John Reed, Jr. 1813-1817 and 1821-1841 Federalist
Nathaniel Ruggles 1813-1819 Federalist
Jonathan Mason 1813-1820 Federalist
Samuel Dana 1814-1815 Democratic-Republican
John W. Hulbert 1814-1817 Federalist
Benjamin Brown 1815-1817 Federalist
James Carr 1815-1817 Federalist
Samuel S. Conner 1815-1817 Democratic-Republican
Asahel Stearns 1815-1817 Federalist
Albion K. Parris 1815-1818 Democratic-Republican
Elijah H. Mills 1815-1819 Federalist
Thomas Rice 1815-1819 Federalist
Solomon Strong 1815-1819 Federalist
Benjamin Adams 1816-1821 Federalist
Joshua Gage 1817-1819 Democratic-Republican
Benjamin Orr 1817-1819 Federalist
Zabdiel Sampson 1817-1820 Democratic-Republican
John Holmes 1817-1820 Democratic-Republican
Walter Folger, Jr. 1817-1821 Democratic-Republican
Marcus Morton 1817-1821 Democratic-Republican
Nathaniel Silsbee 1817-1821 Democratic-Republican
Henry Shaw 1817-1821 Democratic-Republican
Timothy Fuller 1817-1825 Democratic-Republican
Samuel C. Allen 1817-1829 Adams
Enoch Lincoln 1818-1821 Democratic-Republican
Edward Dowse 1819-1820 Democratic-Republican
Joshua Cushman 1819-1821 Democratic-Republican
Mark Langdon Hill 1819-1821 Democratic-Republican
Jonas Kendall 1819-1821 Federalist
Martin Kinsley 1819-1821 Democratic-Republican
Samuel Lathrop 1819-1825 Federalist
Benjamin Gorham 1820-1823, 1827-1831 and 1833-1835 Democratic-Republican
Aaron Hobart 1820-1827 Democratic-Republican
Gideon Barstow 1821-1823 Democratic-Republican
Lewis Bigelow 1821-1823 Federalist
Jonathan Russell 1821-1823 Democratic-Republican
Francis Baylies 1821-1827 Federalist
Henry W. Dwight 1821-1831 Federalist
Jonas Sibley 1823-1825 Adams
John Locke 1823-1829 Democratic-Republican
Daniel Webster 1823-1829 Adams
John Bailey 1823-1831 Anti-Jacksonian
Benjamin W. Crowninshield 1823-1831 Adams
John Varnum 1825-1829 Adams
John Davis 1825-1834 Adams
Edward Everett 1825-1835 Adams
Joseph Richardson 1827-1831 Adams
James L. Hodges 1827-1833 Adams
Isaac C. Bates 1827-1835 Anti-Jacksonian
Joseph G. Kendall 1829-1833 Anti-Jacksonian
George Grennell, Jr. 1829-1839 Anti-Jacksonian
Henry A.S. Dearborn 1831-1833 Anti-Jacksonian
Nathan Appleton 1831-1833 and 1842 Anti-Jacksonian
Rufus Choate 1831-1834 Anti-Jacksonian
George N. Briggs 1831-1843 Anti-Jacksonian
John Quincy Adams 1831-1848 Whig
Gayton P. Osgood 1833-1835 Jacksonian
William Jackson 1833-1837 Anti-Masonic
Stephen C. Phillips 1834-1838 Anti-Jacksonian
Levi Lincoln, Jr. 1834-1841 Anti-Jacksonian
Samuel Hoar 1835-1837 Anti-Jacksonian
Abbott Lawrence 1835-1837 and 1839-1840 Anti-Jacksonian
Nathaniel B. Borden 1835-1839 and 1841-1843 Whig
William B. Calhoun 1835-1843 Anti-Jacksonian
Caleb Cushing 1835-1843 Anti-Jacksonian
Richard Fletcher 1837-1839 Whig
William S. Hastings 1837-1842 Whig
William Parmenter 1837-1845 Democratic
Leverett Saltonstall 1838-1843 Whig
James C. Alvord 1839-1839 Whig
Henry Williams 1839-1841 and 1843-1845 Democratic
Osmyn Baker 1840-1845 Whig
Robert C. Winthrop 1840-1850 Whig
Barker Burnell 1841-1843 Whig
Charles Hudson 1841-1849 Whig
Amos Abbott 1843-1849 Whig
Daniel P. King 1843-1850 Whig
Joseph Grinnell 1843-1851 Whig
Julius Rockwell 1843-1851 Whig
Benjamin Thompson 1845-1847 and 1851-1852 Whig
Artemas Hale 1845-1849 Whig
George Ashmun 1845-1851 Whig
John G. Palfrey 1847-1849 Whig
Horace Mann 1848-1853 Whig
Orin Fowler 1849-1852 Whig
Charles Allen 1849-1853 Free Soil
James H. Duncan 1849-1853 Whig
Samuel A. Eliot 1850-1851 Whig
Robert Rantoul, Jr. 1851-1852 Democratic
George T. Davis 1851-1853 Whig
Zeno Scudder 1851-1854 Whig
John Z. Goodrich 1851-1855 Whig
William Appleton 1851-1855 and 1861 Whig
Francis B. Fay 1852-1853 Whig
Edward P. Little 1852-1853 Democratic
Lorenzo Sabine 1852-1853
Samuel L. Crocker 1853-1855 Whig
Edward Dickinson 1853-1855 Whig
J. Wiley Edmands 1853-1855 Whig
Charles W. Upham 1853-1855 Whig
Samuel H. Walley 1853-1855 Whig
Tappan Wentworth 1853-1855 Whig
Alexander DeWitt 1853-1857 Free Soil
Nathaniel P. Banks 1853-1857, 1865-1873, 1875-1879 and 1889-1891 Republican
Thomas D. Eliot 1854-1855 and 1859-1869 Whig
Mark Trafton 1855-1857 Know-Nothing
Calvin C. Chaffee 1855-1859 Know-Nothing
Linus B. Comins 1855-1859 American
William S. Damrell 1855-1859 American
Timothy Davis 1855-1859 American
Robert B. Hall 1855-1859 Know-Nothing
Chauncey L. Knapp 1855-1859 Know-Nothing
Anson Burlingame 1855-1861 Know-Nothing
James Buffinton 1855-1863 and 1869-1875 Know-Nothing
Eli Thayer 1857-1861 Republican
Henry L. Dawes 1857-1875 Republican
Daniel W. Gooch 1858-1865 and 1873-1875 Republican
Charles F. Adams, Sr. 1859-1861 Republican
Charles Delano 1859-1863 Republican
Charles R. Train 1859-1863 Republican
John B. Alley 1859-1867 Republican
Goldsmith Bailey 1861-1862 Republican
Benjamin Thomas 1861-1863 Union
Alexander H. Rice 1861-1867 Republican
Samuel Hooper 1861-1875 Republican
Amasa Walker 1862-1863 Republican
George S. Boutwell 1863-1869 Republican
John D. Baldwin 1863-1869 Republican
William B. Washburn 1863-1871 Republican
Oakes Ames 1863-1873 Republican
Ginery Twichell 1867-1873 Republican
Benjamin F. Butler 1867-1875 and 1877-1879 Republican
George M. Brooks 1869-1872 Republican
George Frisbie Hoar 1869-1877 Republican
Constantine C. Esty 1872-1873 Republican
Alvah Crocker 1872-1874 Republican
William Whiting 1873-1873 Republican
Ebenezer R. Hoar 1873-1875 Republican
John M. S. Williams 1873-1875 Republican
Henry L. Pierce 1873-1877 Republican
Benjamin W. Harris 1873-1883 Republican
Charles Stevens 1875-1875 Republican
Rufus S. Frost 1875-1876 Republican
Chester W. Chapin 1875-1877 Democratic
Julius H. Seelye 1875-1877 Independent
John K. Tarbox 1875-1877 Democratic
William W. Warren 1875-1877 Democratic
Charles P. Thompson 1875-1877 Democratic
William W. Crapo 1875-1883 Republican
Josiah Abbott 1876-1877 Democratic
Walbridge A. Field 1877-1878 and 1879-1881 Republican
William Claflin 1877-1881 Republican
George B. Loring 1877-1881 Republican
Amasa Norcross 1877-1883 Republican
George D. Robinson 1877-1884 Republican
Leopold Morse 1877-1885 and 1887-1889 Democratic
William W. Rice 1877-1887 Republican
Benjamin Dean 1878-1879 Democratic
Selwyn Z. Bowman 1879-1883 Republican
William A. Russell 1879-1885 Republican
John W. Candler 1881-1883 and 1889-1891 Republican
Eben F. Stone 1881-1887 Republican
Ambrose Ranney 1881-1887 Republican
Theodore Lyman 1883-1885 Independent Republican
Henry B. Lovering 1883-1887 Democratic
Patrick A. Collins 1883-1889 Democratic
Robert T. Davis 1883-1889 Republican
John D. Long 1883-1889 Republican
William Whiting II 1883-1889 Republican
Francis W. Rockwell 1884-1891 Republican
Fredrick D. Ely 1885-1887 Republican
Charles H. Allen 1885-1889 Republican
Edward D. Hayden 1885-1889 Republican
Edward Burnett 1887-1889 Democratic
John E. Russell 1887-1889 Democratic
Henry Cabot Lodge 1887-1893 Republican
William Cogswell 1887-1895 Republican
Frederic T. Greenhalge 1889-1891 Republican
Rodney Wallace 1889-1891 Republican
John F. Andrew 1889-1893 Democratic
Joseph H. O'Neil 1889-1895 Democratic
Charles S. Randall 1889-1895 Republican
Elijah A. Morse 1889-1897 Republican
Joseph H. Walker 1889-1899 Republican
Frederick S. Coolidge 1891-1893 Democratic
John Crosby 1891-1893 Democratic
Sherman Hoar 1891-1893 Democratic
George F. Williams 1891-1893 Democratic
Moses T. Stephens 1891-1895 Democratic
William Everett 1893-1895 Democratic
Michael J. McEttrick 1893-1895 Independent Democrat
William F. Draper 1893-1897 Republican
Ashley B. Wright 1893-1897 Republican
Louis D. Apsley 1893-1897 Republican
William C. Lovering 1893-1910 Republican
Samuel W. McCall 1893-1913 Republican
Frederick H. Gillett 1893-1925 Republican
Harrison H. Atwood 1895-1897 Republican
John Simpkins 1895-1898 Republican
William Barrett 1895-1899 Republican
John F. Fitzgerald 1895-1901 and 1919 Democratic
William H. Moody 1895-1902 Republican
William S. Knox 1895-1903 Republican
Samuel J. Barrows 1897-1899 Republican
Charles F. Sprague 1897-1901 Republican
George W. Weymouth 1897-1901 Republican
George P. Lawrence 1897-1913 Republican
William S. Greene 1898-1924 Republican
Henry F. Naphen 1899-1903 Democratic
John R. Thayer 1899-1905 Democratic
Ernest W. Roberts 1899-1917 Republican

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1800s from Massachusetts
Party Total
     Democratic 59
     Republican 51
Total Representatives 110
Representatives to the U.S. House in Massachusetts in the 1900s
Representative Years Served Party
Joseph A. Conry 1901-1903 Democratic
Samuel L. Powers 1901-1905 Republican
Charles Q. Tirrell 1901-1910 Republican
Augustus P. Gardner 1902-1917 Republican
William S. McNary 1903-1907 Democratic
John A. Sullivan 1903-1907 Democratic
John A. Keliher 1903-1911 Democratic
Butler Ames 1903-1913 Republican
Rockwood Hoar 1905-1906 Republican
John W. Weeks 1905-1913 Republican
Charles G. Washburn 1906-1911 Republican
Joseph F. O'Connell 1907-1911 Democratic
Andrew J. Peters 1907-1914 Democratic
Eugene Foss 1910-1911 Democratic
John Joseph Mitchell 1910-1911 and 1913-1915 Democratic
John A. Thayer 1911-1913 Democratic
William H. Wilder 1911-1913 Republican
William Francis Murray 1911-1914 Democratic
James Michael Curley 1911-1914 and 1943-1947 Democratic
Robert O. Harris 1913 Republican
Frederick Deitrick 1913-1915 Democratic
Edward Gilmore 1913-1915 Democratic
Thomas Chandler Thacher 1913-1915 Democratic
Michael Francis Phelan 1913-1921 Democratic
John Jacob Rogers 1913-1925 Republican
Samuel Winslow 1913-1925 Republican
Calvin D. Paige 1913-1925 Republican
Allen T. Treadway 1913-1945 Republican
James A. Gallivan 1914-1928 Democratic
William Henry Carter 1915-1919 Republican
Richard Olney 1915-1921 Democratic
Joseph Walsh 1915-1922 Republican
Frederick Dallinger 1915-1925 and 1826-1832 Republican
George H. Tinkham 1915-1943 Republican
Alvan T. Fuller 1917-1921 Republican
Willfred W. Lufkin 1917-1921 Republican
Peter F. Tague 1919-1925 Democratic
Robert Luce 1919-1935 and 1937-1941 Republican
Robert S. Maloney 1921-1923 Republican
Louis A. Frothingham 1921-1928 Republican
Charles L. Underhill 1921-1933 Republican
Abram Andrew 1921-1936 Republican
Charles L. Gifford 1922-1947 Republican
William P. Connery, Jr. 1923-1937 Democratic
Robert M. Leach 1924-1925 Republican
George B. Churchill 1925-1925 Republican
Harry I. Thayer 1925-1926 Republican
Henry L. Bowles 1925-1929 Republican
George R. Stobbs 1925-1931 Republican
John J. Douglass 1925-1935 Democratic
Frank H. Foss 1925-1935 Republican
Edith Nourse Rogers 1925-1960 Republican
Joseph William Martin, Jr. 1925-1967 Republican
Richard B. Wigglesworth 1928-1958 Republican
John W. McCormack 1928-1971 Democratic
Will Kirk Kaynor 1929-1929 Republican
William J. Granfield 1930-1937 Democratic
Pehr G. Holmes 1931-1947 Republican
Arthur D. Healey 1933-1942 Democratic
Richard M. Russell 1935-1937 Democratic
John P. Higgins 1935-1937 Democratic
Joseph E. Casey 1935-1943 Democratic
Lawrence J. Connery 1937-1941 Democratic
Thomas A. Flaherty 1937-1943 Democratic
Charles Clason 1937-1949 Republican
George J. Bates 1937-1949 Republican
Thomas H. Eliot 1941-1943 Democratic
Thomas J. Lane 1941-1963 Democratic
Christian Herter 1943-1953 Republican
Angier L. Goodwin 1943-1955 Republican
Philip J. Philbin 1943-1971 Democratic
John W. Heselton 1945-1959 Republican
John F. Kennedy 1947-1953 Democratic
Donald W. Nicholson 1947-1959 Republican
Harold Donohue 1947-1974 Democratic
Foster Furcolo 1949-1952 Democratic
William H. Bates 1950-1969 Republican
Laurence Curtis 1953-1963 Republican
Tip O'Neill 1953-1987 Democratic
Edward Boland 1953-1989 Democratic
Torbert H. Macdonald 1955-1976 Democratic
Hastings Keith 1959-1973 Republican
James A. Burke 1959-1979 Democratic
Silvio O. Conte 1959-1991 Republican
Frank B. Morse 1961-1972 Republican
Margaret Heckler 1967-1983 Republican
Michael J. Harrington 1969-1979 Democratic
Louise Day Hicks 1971-1973 Democratic
Robert Drinan 1971-1981 Democratic
Paul W. Cronin 1973-1975 Republican
Gerry Studds 1973-1997 Democratic
John Joseph Moakley 1973-2001 Democratic
Paul Tsongas 1975-1979 Democratic
Joseph D. Early 1975-1993 Democratic
Ed Markey 1976-Present Democratic
James Shannon 1979-1985 Democratic
Nicholas Mavroules 1979-1993 Democratic
Brian J. Donnelly 1979-1993 Democratic
Barney Frank 1981-2013 Democratic
Chester G. Atkins 1985-1993 Democratic
Joseph P. Kennedy II 1987-1999 Democratic
Richard Neal 1989-Present Democratic
John Olver 1991-2013 Democratic
Peter I. Blute 1993-1997 Republican
Peter Torkildsen 1993-1997 Republican
Marty Meehan 1993-2007 Democratic
William Delahunt 1997-2011 Democratic
Jim McGovernn 1997-Present Democratic
John F. Tierney 1997-Present Democratic
Mike Capuano 1999-Present Democratic

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1800s from Massachusetts
Party Total
     Democratic 5
Total Representatives 5
Representatives to the U.S. House in Massachusetts in the 2000s
Representative Years Served Party
Stephen Lynch 2001-Present Democratic
Niki Tsongas 2007-Present Democratic
William R. Keating 2011-Present Democratic
Joseph Kennedy III 2013-Present Democratic
Katherine Clark 2013-Present Democratic