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This page displays the historical members of [[U.S. Congress]] from [[Mississippi]].
 
This page displays the historical members of [[U.S. Congress]] from [[Mississippi]].
 
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===U.S. Senate===
 
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The current members of the [[U.S. Senate]] from [[Mississippi]] are:
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The current members of the [[United States Senate|U.S. Senate]] from [[Mississippi]] are:
 
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===U.S. House===
 
===U.S. House===

Revision as of 13:15, 26 August 2013

Mississippi
Population2,984,926
Gender51.4% Female, 48.6% Male
Race59.9% White, 37.4% Black
Ethnicity2.9% Hispanic
Unemployment rate8.7%
Median household income$52,762
2012 Voter turnout59.7%
2012 Pres results55.29% Romney, 43.79% Obama
Upcoming electionsU.S. House, 2014
U.S. Senate, 2014
Contents
1 Current members
1.1 U.S. House
2 Historical members
2.1 Senate
2.2 House

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

Congressional Partisan Breakdown from Mississippi
Party U.S. Senate U.S. House Total
     Democratic Party 0 1 1
     Republican Party 2 3 5
TOTALS as of September 2014 2 4 6

Current members


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U.S. Senate

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

Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Roger Wicker
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Republican PartyU.S. Senate, Mississippi 2007January 3, 2019November 2018Link
Thad Cochran
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Republican PartyU.S. Senate, Mississippi 1978January 3, 2015 November 4, 2014Link

U.S. House

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

Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Alan Nunnelee
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Republican PartyDistrict 1 2011January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Bennie Thompson
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Democratic PartyDistrict 2 2011January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Gregg Harper
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Republican PartyDistrict 3 2009January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Steven Palazzo
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Republican PartyDistrict 4 2011January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link

Historical members

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

Historical Representation to the US Senate by Party from Mississippi
Party Total
     Republican 11
     Democratic 30
     Jacksonian 5
     Anti-Jacksonian 1
     Whig 3
Total Senators 50
Class 1 Senators from Mississippi
Senator Years Served Party
Walter Leake 1817-1820 Republican
David Holmes 1820-1825 Republican
Powhatan Ellis 1825-1826 J
Thomas B. Reed 1826-1827 J
Powhatan Ellis 1827-1832 J
John Black 1832-1838 J,AJ,W
James F. Trotter 1838-1838 Democratic
Thomas Hickman Williams 1838-1839 Democratic
John Henderson 1839-1845 W
Jesse Speight 1845-1847 Democratic
Jefferson Davis 1847-1851 Democratic
John J. McRae 1851-1852 Democratic
Stephen Adams 1852-1857 Democratic
Jefferson Davis 1857-1861 Democratic
Adelbert Ames 1870-1874 Republican
Henry R. Pease 1874-1875 Republican
Blanche K. Bruce 1875-1881 Republican
James Z. George 1881-1897 Democratic
Hernando D. Money 1897-1911 Democratic
John Sharp Williams 1911-1923 Democratic
Hubert D. Stephens 1923-1935 Democratic
Theodore G. Bilbo 1935-1947 Democratic
John C. Stennis 1947-1989 Democratic
Trent Lott 1989-2007 Republican
Roger F. Wicker 2007-Present Republican
Class 2 Senators from Mississippi
Senator Years Served Party
Thomas Hill Williams 1817-1829 Republican
Thomas B. Reed 1829-1829 J
Robert H. Adams 1830-1830 J
George Poindexter 1830-1835 J,AJ
Robert J. Walker 1835-1845 Democratic
Joseph W. Chalmers 1845-1847 Democratic
Henry Stuart Foote 1847-1852 Democratic
Walker Brooke 1852-1853 W
Albert G. Brown 1854-1861 Democratic
Hiram R. Revels 1870-1871 Republican
James L. Alcorn 1871-1877 Republican
Lucius Q.C. Lamar 1877-1885 Democratic
Edward C. Walthall 1885-1894 Democratic
Anselm J. McLaurin 1894-1895 Democratic
Edward C. Walthall 1895-1898 Democratic
William V. Sullivan 1898-1901 Democratic
Anselm J. McLaurin 1901-1909 Democratic
James Gordon 1909-1910 Democratic
Le Roy Percy 1910-1913 Democratic
James K. Vardaman 1913-1919 Democratic
Byron P. 1919-1941 Democratic
James O. Eastland 1941-1941 Democratic
Wall Doxey 1941-1943 Democratic
James O. Eastland 1943-1978 Democratic
Thad Cochran 1978-Present Republican

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

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Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1800s from Mississippi
Party Total
     Democratic-Republican 2
     Jacksonian 6
     Anti-Jacksonian 1
     Whig 3
     Democratic 53
     Democratic-Republican 2
     Republican 11
     Know-Nothing 1
     Unionist 3
     Independent-Republican 1
Total Representatives 83
Representatives to the U.S. House in Mississippi in the 1800s
Representative Years Served Party
Christopher Rankin 1819-1826 Democratic-Republican
William Hale 1826-1828 Jacksonian
Thomas Hinds 1828-1831 Jacksonian
Franklin E. Plummer 1831-1835 Jacksonian
Harry Cage 1833-1835 Jacksonian
David Dickson 1835-1836 Anti-Jacksonian
John F. H. Claiborne 1835-1837 and 1837-1838 Jacksonian
Samuel J. Gholson 1836-1837 and 1837-1838 Jacksonian
Thomas J. Word 1838-1839 Whig
Sergent S. Prentiss 1838-1839 Whig
Albert G. Brown 1839-1841 Democratic
Jacob Thompson 1839-1847 Democratic
William M. Gwin 1841-1843 Democratic
William H. Hammett 1843-1845 Democratic
Tilghman Tucker 1843-1845 Democratic
Robert W. Roberts 1843-1847 Democratic
Jefferson Davis 1845-1846 Democratic
Stephen Adams 1845-1847 Democratic
Henry T. Ellett 1847-1111111 Democratic
Patrick Watson Tompkins 1847-1849 Whig
Jacob Thompson 1847-1851 Democratic
Winfield S. Featherston 1847-1851 Democratic
Albert G. Brown 1847-1853 Democratic
William McWillie 1849-1851 Democratic
Benjamin Nabers 1851-1853 Unionist
John A. Wilcox 1851-1853 Unionist
John D. Freeman 1851-1853 Unionist
William T. S. Barry 1853-1855 Democratic
Otho Robards Singleton 1853-1855 Democratic
Wiley P. Harris 1853-1855 Democratic
Daniel B. Wright 1853-1857 Democratic
Hendley Bennett 1855-1857 Democratic
William A. Lake 1855-1857 Know-Nothing
John A. Quitman 1855-1858 Democratic
William Barksdale 1855-1861 Democratic
L. Q. C. Lamar 1857-1861 Democratic
Reuben Davis 1857-1861 Democratic
Otho R. Singleton 1857-1861 Democratic
John Jones McRae 1858-1861 Democratic
George C. McKee 1869-1873 Republican
George E. Harris 1870-1873 Republican
Joseph Morphis 1870-1873 Republican
Legrand Winfield Perce 1870-1873 Republican
Henry Barry 1870-1875 Republican
Albert Howe 1873-1875 Republican
Jason Niles 1873-1875 Republican
George Colin McKee 1873-1875 Republican
L. Q. C. Lamar 1873-1877 Democratic
John R. Lynch 1873-1877 Republican
Guilford Wells 1875-1877 Independent-Republican
Hernando D. Money 1875-1883 Democratic
Charles E. Hooker 1875-1883 Democratic
Otho R. Singleton 1875-1887 Democratic
James R. Chalmers 1877-1882 Democratic
Van H. Manning 1877-1883 Democratic
Henry Muldrow 1877-1885 Democratic
John R. Lynch 1882-1883 Republican
Elza Jeffords 1883-1885 Republican
James Ronald Chalmers 1883-1885 Independent
Otho Robards Singleton 1883-1887 Democratic
Henry Van Eaton 1883-1887 Democratic
James R. Chalmers 1884-1885 Independent
Frederick G. Barry 1885-1889 Democratic
James Bright Morgan 1885-1891 Democratic
John Allen 1885-1901 Democratic
Thomas C. Catchings 1885-1901 Democratic
Chapman L. Anderson 1887-1891 Democratic
Chapman L. Anderson 1887-1891 Democratic
Thomas Stockdale 1887-1895 Democratic
Clarke Lewis 1889-1893 Democratic
Joseph H. Beeman 1891-1893 Democratic
Joseph Henry Beeman 1891-1893 Democratic
John Curtis Kyle 1891-1897 Democratic
Hernando D. Money 1893-1897 Democratic
John Sharp Williams 1893-1903 Democratic
John Sharp Williams 1893-1903 Democratic
Walter Denny 1895-1897 Democratic
William V. Sullivan 1897-1898 Democratic
William Love 1897-1898 Democratic
Andrew F. Fox 1897-1903 Democratic
Frank McLain 1898-1903 Democratic
Thomas Spight 1898-1911 Democratic

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1900s from Mississippi
Party Total
     Democratic 47
     Republican 9
Total Representatives 56
Representatives to the U.S. House in Mississippi in the 1900s
Representative Years Served Party
Patrick Henry 1901-1903 Democratic
Ezekiel S. Candler, Jr. 1901-1921 Democratic
Wilson S. Hill 1903-1909 Democratic
Frank A. McLain 1903-1909 Democratic
John Sharp Williams 1903-1909 Democratic
Adam M. Byrd 1903-1911 Democratic
Eaton Bowers 1903-1911 Democratic
Benjamin G. Humphreys 1903-1923 Democratic
William A. Dickson 1909-1913 Democratic
Thomas U. Sisson 1909-1923 Democratic
James Collier 1909-1933 Democratic
Samuel Andrew Witherspoon 1911-1915 Democratic
Hubert D. Stephens 1911-1921 Democratic
Percy Quin 1913-1932 Democratic
William Webb Venable 1916-1921 Democratic
Bill G. Lowrey 1921-1929 Democratic
Ross A. Collins 1921-1935 Democratic
John Rankin 1921-1953 Democratic
William Yerger Humphreys 1923-1925 Democratic
T. Jeff Busby 1923-1935 Democratic
William Madison Whittington 1925-1951 Democratic
Wall Doxey 1929-1941 Democratic
Lawrence R. Ellzey 1932-1935 Democratic
Aubert C. Dunn 1935-1937 Democratic
Aaron L. Ford 1935-1943 Democratic
Dan R. McGehee 1935-1947 Democratic
Ross A. Collins 1937-1943 Democratic
Jamie Whitten 1941-1973 Democratic
Thomas Abernethy 1943-1953 Democratic
W. Arthur Winstead 1943-1963 Democratic
John Bell Williams 1947-1953 Democratic
Frank E. Smith 1951-1963 Democratic
John Bell Williams 1953-1963 Democratic
Thomas Abernethy 1953-1973 Democratic
W. Arthur Winstead 1963-1965 Democratic
John Bell Williams 1963-1968 Democratic
William M. Colmer 1963-1973 Democratic
Prentiss Walker 1965-1967 Republican
Gillespie V. Montgomery 1967-1973 Democratic
Charles Hudson Griffin 1968-1973 Democratic
Thad Cochran 1973-1979 Republican
David R. Bowen 1973-1983 Democratic
Trent Lott 1973-1989 Republican
Jamie Whitten 1973-1995 Democratic
Sonny Montgomery 1973-1997 Democratic
Jon Hinson 1979-1981 Republican
Wayne Dowdy 1981-1989 Democratic
William Franklin 1983-1987 Republican
Mike Espy 1987-1993 Democratic
Larkin I. Smith 1989-1989 Republican
Mike Parker 1989-1999 Republican
Gene Taylor 1989-2003 Democratic
Bennie Thompson 1993-present Democratic
Roger Wicker 1995-2007 Republican
Chip Pickering 1997-2009 Republican
Ronnie Shows 1999-2003 Democratic

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 2000s from Mississippi
Party Total
     Democratic 2
     Republican 3
Total Representatives 5
Representatives to the U.S. House in Mississippi in the 2000s
Representative Years Served Party
Gene Taylor 2003-2010 Democratic
Travis Childers 2008-2011 Democratic
Gregg Harper 2009-present Republican
Steven Palazzo 2010-present Republican
Alan Nunnelee 2011-present Republican