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Revision as of 17:03, 13 July 2013

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 New Hampshire.

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

Congressional Partisan Breakdown from New Hampshire
Party U.S. Senate U.S. House Total
     Democratic Party 1 2 3
     Republican Party 1 0 1
TOTALS as of October 2014 2 2 4

Current members


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U.S. Senate

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

Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Jeanne Shaheen
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Democratic PartyU.S. Senate, New Hampshire 2009January 3, 2015 November 4, 2014Link
Kelly Ayotte
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Republican PartyU.S. Senate, New Hampshire 2011January 3, 2017November 8, 2016Link

U.S. House

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

Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Annie Kuster
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Democratic PartyDistrict 2 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Carol Shea-Porter
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Democratic PartyDistrict 1 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link

Historical members

Senate

Historical Representation to the U.S. Senate by Party from New Hampshire
Party Total
     Democratic 13
     Republican 31
     Anti-Administration 1
     Federalist 7
     Democratic-Republican 6
     Liberty 1
     Free Soil 1
     Jacksonian 3
Total Senators 63
Class 2 Senators from New Hampshire
Senator Years Served Party
Paine Wingate 1789-1793 Anti-Administration
Samuel Livermore 1793-1801 Pro-Administration, Federalist
Simeon Olcott 1801-1805 Federalist
Nicholas Gilman 1805-1814 Democratic-Republican
Thomas W. Thompson 1814-1817 Federalist
David L. Morril 1817-1823 Democratic-Republican
Samuel Bell 1823-1835 Republican
Henry Hubbard 1835-1841 Democratic
Levi Woodbury 1841-1845 Democratic
Benning W. Jenness 1845-1846 Democratic
Joseph Cilley 1846-1847 Liberty
John P. Hale 1847-1853 Free Soil
Charles G. Atherton 1853-1853 Democratic
Jared W. Williams 1853-1854 Democratic
John P. Hale 1855-1865 Republican
Aaron H. Cragin 1865-1877 Republican
Edward H. Rollins 1877-1883 Republican
Austin F. Pike 1883-1886 Republican
Person C. Cheney 1886-1887 Republican
William E. Chandler 1887-1889 Republican
Gilman Marston 1889-1889 Republican
William E. Chandler 1889-1901 Republican
Henry E. Burnham 1901-1913 Republican
Henry F. Hollis 1913-1919 Democratic
Henry W. Keyes 1919-1937 Republican
H. Styles Bridges 1937-1961 Republican
Maurice J. Murphy, Jr. 1961-1962 Republican
Thomas J. McIntyre 1962-1979 Democratic
Gordon J. Humphrey 1979-1990 Republican
Robert C. Smith 1990-2003 Republican
John Sununu 2003-2009 Republican
Jeanne Shaheen 2009-Present Democratic
Class 3 Senators from New Hampshire
Senator Years Served Party
John Langdon 1789-1801 Pro-Administration, Anti-Administration, Democratic-Republican
James Sheafe 1801-1802 Federalist
William Plumer 1802-1807 Federalist
Nahum Parker 1807-1810 Democratic-Republican
Charles Cutts 1810-1813 Federalist
Jeremiah Mason 1813-1817 Federalist
Clement Storer 1817-1819 Democratic-Republican
John F. Parrott 1819-1825 Democratic-Republican
Levi Woodbury 1825-1831 Jacksonian
Isaac Hill 1831-1836 Jacskonian
John Page 1836-1837 Jacksonian
Franklin Pierce 1837-1842 Democratic
Leonard Wilcox 1842-1843 Democratic
Charles G. Atherton 1843-1849 Democratic
Moses Norris, Jr. 1849-1855 Democratic
John S. Wells 1855-1855 Democratic
James Bell 1855-1857 Republican
Daniel Clark 1857-1866 Republican
George G. Fogg 1866-1867 Republican
James W. Patterson 1867-1873 Republican
Bainbridge Wadleigh 1873-1879 Republican
Charles H. Bell 1879-1879 Republican
Henry W. Blair 1879-1891 Republican
Jacob H. Gallinger 1891-1918 Republican
Irving W. Drew 1918-1918 Republican
George H. Moses 1918-1933 Republican
Fred H. Brown 1933-1939 Democratic
Charles W. Tobey 1939-1953 Republican
Robert W. Upton 1953-1954 Republican
Norris H. Cotton 1954-1974 Republican
Louis C. Wyman 1974-1975 Republican
Norris H. Cotton 1975-1975 Republican
John A. Durkin 1975-1980 Democratic
Warren B. Rudman 1980-1993 Republican
Judd A. Gregg 1993-2011 Republican
Kelly Ayotte 2011-Present Republican

House

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Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 1700s from New Hampshire
Party Total
     Anti-Administration 1
     Pro-Administration 3
     Federalist 6
     Democratic-Republican 1
Total Representatives 11
Representatives from New Hampshire
Representatives Years Served Party
Abiel Foster 1789-1790, 1795-1802 Pro-Administration
Samuel Livermore 1789-1792 Federalist
Nicholas Gilman 1789-1796 Democratic-Republican
Jeremiah Smith 1791-1798 Pro-Administration
Paine Wingate 1793-1794 Pro-Administration
John Samuel Sherburne 1793-1796 Anti-Administration
Peleg Sprague 1797-1798 Federalist
Jonathan Freeman 1797-1800 Federalist
William Gordon 1797-1800 Federalist
James Sheafe 1799-1800 Federalist
Samuel Tenney 1799-1806 Federalist

Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 1800s from New Hampshire
Party Total
     Democratic 24
     Republican 39
     Federalist 20
     Democratic-Republican 1
     Unknown 1
     Whig 3
     Jacksonian 10
     American Party 2
     Adams 5
Total Representatives 105
Representatives from New Hampshire
Representatives Years Served Party
Joseph Peirce 1801-1802 Federalist
George Baxter Upham 1801-1802 Federalist
Samuel Hunt 1801-1804 Federalist
Clifton Clagett 1803-1804, 1817-1820 Federalist
Silas Betton 1803-1806 Federalist
David Hough 1803-1806 Federalist
Caleb Ellis 1805-1806 Federalist
Thomas Weston Thompson 1805-1806 Federalist
Peter Carleton 1807-1808 Republican
Daniel Meserve Durell 1807-1808 Republican
Francis Gardner 1807-1808 Republican
Jedediah Kilburn Smith 1807-1808 Republican
Clement Storer 1807-1808 Democratic-Republican
Daniel Blaisdell 1809-1810 Federalist
John Curtis Chamberlain 1809-1810 Federalist
Nathaniel Appleton Haven 1809-1810 Federalist
James Wilson 1809-1810 Federalist
William Hale 1809-1816 Federalist
Josiah Bartlett, Jr. 1811-1812 Republican
Samuel Dinsmoor 1811-1812 Republican
Obed Hall 1811-1812 Republican
John Adams Harper 1811-1812 Republican
George Sullivan 1811-1812 Federalist
Samuel Smith 1813-1814 Federalist
Bradbury Cilley 1813-1816 Federalist
Roger Vose 1813-1816 Federalist
Daniel Webster 1813-1816 Federalist
Jeduthun Wilcox 1813-1816 Federalist
Charles Humphrey Atherton 1815-1816 Federalist
Salma Hale 1817-1818 Republican
John Fabyan Parrott 1817-1818 Republican
Arthur Livermore 1817-1820, 1823-1824 Republican
Josiah Butler 1817-1822 Republican
Nathaniel Upham 1817-1822 Republican
Joseph Buffum, Jr. 1819-1820 Republican
William Plumer, Jr. 1819-1824 Republican
Matthew Harvey 1821-1824 Republican
Aaron Matson 1821-1824 Republican
Thomas Whipple, Jr. 1821-1828 Unknown
Ichabod Bartlett 1823-1828 Adams-Clay Republican
Nehemiah EAstman 1825-1826 Adams
Titus Brown 1825-1828 Adams
Joseph Healy 1825-1828 Adams
Jonathan Harvey 1825-1830 Jacksonian
David Barker, Jr. 1827-1828 Adams
John Brodhead 1829-1832 Jacksonian
Thomas Chandler 1829-1832 Jacksonian
Joseph Hammons 1829-1832 Jacksonian
John Wingate Weeks 1829-1832 Jacksonian
Henry Hubbard 1829-1834 Jacksonian
Joseph Morrill Harper 1831-1834 Jacksonian
Benning Moulton Bean 1833-1836 Jacksonian
Robert Burns 1833-1836 Jacksonian
Franklin Pierce 1833-1836 Democratic
Moses Norris, Jr. 1834-1846 Democratic
Samuel Cushman 1835-1838 Jacksonian
Joseph Weeks 1835-1838 Democratic
James Farrington 1837-1838 Democratic
Jared Warner Williams 1837-1840 Democratic
Charles Gordon Atherton 1837-1842 Democratic
Ira Allen Eastman 1839-1842 Democratic
Tristram Shaw 1839-1842 Democratic
Edmund Burke 1839-1844 Democratic
John Randall Reding 1841-1844 Democratic
John Parker Hale 1843-1844 Democratic
Mace Moulton 1845-1846 Democratic
James Hutchins Johnson 1845-1848 Democratic
James Wilson 1847-1850 Whig
Charles Hazen Peaslee 1847-1852 Democratic
Amos Tuck 1847-1852 Whig
George Washington Morrison 1849-1850, 1853-1854 Democratic
Harry Hibbard 1849-1854 Democratic
Jared Perkins 1851-1852 Whig
George Washington Kittredge 1853-1854 Democratic
Aaron Harrison Cragin 1855-1858 Republican
James Pike 1855-1858 American Party
Mason Weare Tappan 1855-1860 American Party
Thomas McKey Edwards 1859-1862 Republican
Gilman Marston 1859-1862, 1865-1866 Republican
Edward Henry Rollins 1861-1866 Republican
Daniel Marcy 1863-1864 Democratic
James Willis Patterson 1863-1866 Republican
Jacob Benton 1867-1870 Republican
Jacob Hart Ela 1867-1870 Republican
Aaron Fletcher Stevens 1867-1870 Republican
Ellery Albee Hibbard 1871-1872 Democratic
Samuel Newell Bell 1871-1872, 1875-1876 Democratic
Hosea Washington Parker 1871-1874 Democratic
Austin Franklin Pike 1873-1874 Republican
William Bradbury Small 1873-1874 Republican
Frank Jones 1875-1878 Democratic
Henry William Blair 1875-1878, 1893-1894 Republican
James Frankland Briggs 1877-1882 Republican
Evarts Worcester Farr 1879-1880 Republican
Joshua Gilman Hall 1879-1882 Republican
Ossian Ray 1879-1884 Republican
Martin Alonzo Haynes 1883-1886 Republican
Jacob Harold Gallinger 1885-1888 Republican
Luther Franklin McKinney 1887-1888,1891-1892 Democratic
Orren Cheney Moore 1889-1890 Republican
Alonzo Nute 1889-1890 Republican
Warren Fisher Daniell 1891-1892 Democratic
Henry Moore Baker 1893-1896 Republican
Cyrus Adams Sulloway 1895-1918 Republican
Frank Gay Clarke 1897-1900 Republican

Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 1900s from New Hampshire
Party Total
     Democratic 7
     Republican 19
Total Representatives 26
Representatives from New Hampshire
Representatives Years Served Party
Frank Dunklee Currier 1901-1912 Republican
Eugene Elliott Reed 1913-1914 Democratic
Raymond Bartlett Stevens 1913-1914 Democratic
Edward Hills Wason 1915-1932 Republican
Sherman Everett Burroughs 1917-1922 Republican
William Nathaniel Rogers 1923-1924, 1931-1936 Democratic
Fletcher Hale 1925-1932 Republican
Charles William Tobey 1933-1938 Republican
Alphonse Roy 1937-1938 Democratic
Arthur Byron Jenks 1937-1942 Republican
Foster Waterman Stearns 1939-1944 Republican
Chester Earl Merrow 1943-1962 Republican
Sherman Adams 1945-1946 Republican
Norris H. Cotton 1947-1954 Republican
Perkins Bass 1955-1962 Republican
Louis Crosby Wyman 1963-1974 Republican
James Colgate Cleveland 1963-1980 Republican
Joseph Oliva Huot 1965-1966 Democratic
Norman Edward D'amours 1975-1984 Democratic
Judd Alan Gregg 1981-1988 Republican
Robert C. Smith 1985-1990 Republican
Charles Gywnne Douglas, III 1989-1990 Republican
Richard Swett 1991-1994 Democratic
William H. Zeliff, Jr. 1991-1996 Republican
Charles Foster Bass 1995-2006, 2011-2013 Republican
John E. Sununu 1997-2002 Republican

Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 2000s from New Hampshire
Party Total
     Democratic 3
     Republican 2
Total Representatives 5
Representatives from New Hampshire
Representatives Years Served Party
Jeb Bradley 2003-2006 Republican
Paul Hodes 2007-2010 Democratic
Carol Shea-Porter 2007-2010, 2013-present Democratic
Frank Guinta 2011-2013 Republican
Annie Kuster 2013-present Democratic