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This page displays the historical members of [[U.S. Congress]] from [[Alabama]].
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|Gender=51.3% Female, 48.7% Male
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|Voter reg = 44.7% D, 31.6% R, 23.7% Ind./other
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|Voter turnout = 65.2%
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|President = 50.39% Romney, 48.35% Obama
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|Ethnicity = 8.7% Hispanic
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Here is the current partisan breakdown of the congressional members from North Carolina.
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===U.S. Senate===
 
===U.S. Senate===
The current members of the [[U.S. Senate]] from [[North Carolina]] are:
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===U.S. House===
 
===U.S. House===
 
The current members of the [[U.S. House]] from [[North Carolina]] are:
 
The current members of the [[U.S. House]] from [[North Carolina]] are:
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Revision as of 14:42, 21 August 2013

North Carolina
Population9,752,073
Gender51.3% Female, 48.7% Male
Race71.9% White, 22% Black, 2.5% Asian, 1.5% Native Am.
Ethnicity8.7% Hispanic
Unemployment rate5.4%
Median household income$45,131
Voter registration statistics44.7% D, 31.6% R, 23.7% Ind./other
2012 Voter turnout65.2%
2012 Pres results50.39% Romney, 48.35% 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 North Carolina.

Here is the current partisan breakdown of the congressional members from North Carolina.

Congressional Partisan Breakdown from North Carolina
Party U.S. Senate U.S. House Total
     Democratic Party 1 4 5
     Republican Party 1 9 10
TOTALS as of November 2014 2 13 15

Current members


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U.S. Senate

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

Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Kay Hagan
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Democratic PartyU.S. Senate, North Carolina 2009January 3, 2015Link
Richard Burr
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Republican PartyU.S. Senate, North Carolina 2005January 3, 2017November 8, 2016Link

U.S. House

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

Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Alma Adams
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Democratic PartyDistrict 12 2014January 3, 2017November 8, 2016Link
David Price
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Democratic PartyDistrict 4 1997January 3, 2015Link
G.K. Butterfield
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Democratic PartyDistrict 1 2004January 3, 2015Link
George E.B. Holding
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Republican PartyDistrict 13 2013January 3, 2015Link
Howard Coble
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Republican PartyDistrict 6 1985January 3, 2015Link
Mark Meadows
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Republican PartyDistrict 11 2013January 3, 2015Link
Mike McIntyre
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Democratic PartyDistrict 7 1997January 3, 2015Link
Patrick T. McHenry
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Republican PartyDistrict 10 2005January 3, 2015Link
Renee Ellmers
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Republican PartyDistrict 2 2011January 3, 2015Link
Richard Hudson
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Republican PartyDistrict 8 2013January 3, 2015Link
Robert Pittenger
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Republican PartyDistrict 9 2013January 3, 2015Link
Virginia Foxx
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Republican PartyDistrict 5 2005January 3, 2015Link
Walter B. Jones
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Republican PartyDistrict 3 1995January 3, 2015Link

Historical members

Senate

Historical Representation to the U.S. Senate by Party from North Carolina
Party Total
     Democratic 29
     Republican 17
     Pro-Administration 1
     Anti-Administration 1
     Whig 3
     Jacksonian 1
     Populist 1
     Unknown 1
Total Senators 54
Class 2 Senators from North Carolina
Senators Years Served Party
Samuel Johnston 1789-1793 Pro-Administration
Alexander Martin 1793-1799 Republican
Jesse Franklin 1799-1805 Republican
James Turner 1805-1816 Republican
Montfort Stokes 1816-1823 Republican
John Branch 1823-1829 Republican
Bedford Brown 1829-1840 Democratic
Willie P. Mangum 1840-1853 Whig
David S. Reid 1854-1859 Democratic
Thomas Bragg 1859-1861 Democratic
Joseph C. Abbott 1868-1871 Republican
Matt W. Ransom 1872-1895 Democratic
Marion Butler 1895-1901 Populist
Furnifold M. Simmons 1901-1931 Democratic
Josiah W. Bailey 1931-1946 Democratic
William B. Umstead 1946-1948 Democratic
J. Melville Broughton 1948-1949 Democratic
Frank P. Graham 1949-1950 Democratic
Willis Smith 1950-1953 Democratic
Alton A. Lennon 1953-1954 Democratic
W. Kerr Scott 1954-1958 Democratic
B. Everett Jordan 1958-1973 Democratic
Jesse Helms 1973-2003 Republican
Elizabeth Dole 2003-2009 Republican
Kay R. Hagan 2009-Present Democratic
Class 3 Senators from North Carolina
Senators Years Served Party
Benjamin Hawkins 1789-1795 Anti-Administration
Timothy Bloodworth 1795-1801 Republican
David Stone 1801-1807 Republican
Jesse Franklin 1807-1813 Republican
David Stone 1813-1814 Republican
Francis Locke 1814-1815 Unknown
Nathaniel Macon 1815-1828 Republican
James Iredell 1828-1831 Jacksonian
Willie P. Mangum 1831-1836 Anti-Jacksonian
Robert Strange 1836-1840 Democratic
William A. Graham 1840-1843 Whig
William H. Haywood, Jr. 1843-1846 Democratic
George E. Badger 1846-1855 Whig
Asa Biggs 1855-1858 Democratic
Thomas L. Clingman 1858-1861 Democratic
John Pool 1868-1873 Republican
Augustus S. Merrimon 1873-1879 Democratic
Zebulon B. Vance 1879-1894 Democratic
Thomas J. Jarvis 1894-1895 Democratic
Jeter C. Pritchard 1895-1903 Republican
Lee S. Overman 1903-1930 Democratic
Cameron A. Morrison 1930-1932 Democratic
Robert R. Reynolds 1932-1945 Democratic
Clyde R. Hoey 1945-1954 Democratic
Samuel J. Ervin, Jr. 1954-1974 Democratic
Robert B. Morgan 1975-1981 Democratic
John P. East 1981-1986 Republican
James T. Broyhill 1986-1986 Republican
J. Terry Sanford 1986-1993 Democratic
Lauch Faircloth 1993-1999 Republican
John Edwards 1999-2005 Democratic
Richard Burr 2005-Present Republican

House

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Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 1700s from North Carolina
Party Total
     Democratic 1
     Anti-Administration 8
     Pro-Administration 3
     Federalist 5
     Democratic-Republicans 13
Total Representatives 30
Representatives from North Carolina
Representatives Years Served Party
Timothy Bloodworth 1790–1791 Anti-Administration
John Sevier 1790–1791 Pro-Administration
John Baptista Ashe 1790–1793 Anti-Administration
John Steele 1790–1793 Pro-Administration
Hugh Williamson 1790–1793 Pro-Administration
William Barry Grove 1791–1803 Federalist
Nathaniel Macon 1791–1815 Democratic-Republican
William Johnson Dawson 1793–1795 Anti-Administration
Joseph McDowell 1793–1795 Anti-Administration
Alexander Mebane 1793–1795 Anti-Administration
Benjamin Williams 1793–1795 Anti-Administration
Joseph Winston 1793–1795 Anti-Administration
Matthew Locke 1793–1799 Democratic-Republican
James Gillespie 1793–1799, 1803-1805 Democratic-Republican
Thomas Blount 1793–1799, 1805-1809, 1811-1812 Anti-Administration
Absalom Tatom 1795–1796 Democratic-Republican
Jesse Franklin 1795–1797 Democratic-Republican
James Holland 1795–1797, 1801-1811 Democratic-Republican
Nathan Bryan 1795–1798 Democratic-Republican
Dempsey Burges 1795–1799 Democratic-Republican
William Francis Strudwick 1796–1797 Federalist
Joseph McDowell 1797–1799 Democratic-Republican
Robert Williams 1797–1803 Democratic-Republican
Richard Stanford 1797–1816 Democratic-Republican
Richard Dobbs Spaight 1798–1801 Democratic-Republican
Joseph Dickson 1799–1801 Federalist
David Stone 1799–1801 Democratic-Republican
Archibald Henderson 1799–1803 Federalist
William Henry Hill 1799–1803 Federalist
Willis Alston 1799–1815, 1825-1831 Democratic

Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 1800s from North Carolina
Party Total
     Democratic 87
     Republican 28
     Federalist 8
     Democratic-Republican 38
     Whig 14
     Independent 1
     Greenback 1
     Know-Nothing 3
     Unionist 1
     Populism 6
Total Representatives 187
Representatives from North Carolina
Representatives Years Served Party
Charles Johnson 1801–1802 Democratic-Republican
John Stanly 1801–1803, 1809-1811 Federalist
Thomas Wynns 1802–1807 Democratic-Republican
Nathaniel Alexander 1803–1805 Democratic-Republican
Samuel Dinsmore Purviance 1803–1805 Democratic-Republican
William Kennedy 1803–1805, 1809-1815 Democratic-Republican
Marmaduke Williams 1803–1809 Democratic-Republican
William Blackledge 1803–1809, 1811-1813 Democratic-Republican
Duncan McFarlan 1805–1807 Democratic-Republican
Thomas Kenan 1805–1811 Democratic-Republican
Evan Shelby Alexander 1806–1809 Democratic-Republican
John Culpepper 1807–1809, 1813-1817, 1819-1821, 1823-1825, 1827-1829 Republican
Lemuel Sawyer 1807–1813, 1817-1823, 1825-1829 Democratic-Republican
Meshack Franklin 1807–1815 Democratic-Republican
James Cochran 1809–1813 Democratic-Republican
Archibald McBryde 1809–1813 Federalist
Joseph Pearson 1809–1815 Federalist
William Rufus de Vane King 1811–1816 Democratic-Republican
Israel Pickens 1811–1817 Democratic-Republican
Peter Forney 1813–1815 Democratic-Republican
William Gaston 1813–1817 Federalist
William Hardy Murfree 1813–1817 Democratic-Republican
Bartlett Yancey 1813–1817 Democratic-Republican
James West Clark 1815–1817 Democratic-Republican
William Carter Love 1815–1817 Democratic-Republican
Daniel Munroe Forney 1815–1818 Democratic-Republican
Joseph Hunter Bryan 1815–1819 Democratic-Republican
Lewis Williams 1815–1842 Democratic-Republican
Samuel Dickens 1816–1817 Democratic-Republican
Charles Hooks 1816–1817, 1819-1825 Democratic-Republican
Weldon Nathaniel Edwards 1816–1827 Democratic
Alexander McMillan 1817 Federalist
George Mumford 1817–1818 Democratic-Republican
James Owen 1817–1819 Democratic-Republican
Jesse Slocumb 1817–1820 Federalist
Thomas Settle 1817–1821 Democratic-Republican
James Strudwick Smith 1817–1821 Democratic-Republican
Felix Walker 1817–1823 Democratic-Republican
Thomas H. Hall 1817–1825, 1827-1835 Democratic-Republican
James Stewart 1818–1819 Federalist
William Davidson 1818–1821 Federalist
Charles Fisher 1819–1821, 1839-1841 Democratic
Hutchins Gordon Burton 1819–1824 Democratic-Republican
William Salter Blackledge 1821–1823 Democratic-Republican
Josiah Crudup 1821–1823 Democratic-Republican
Archibald McNeill 1821–1823, 1825-1827 Democratic
Romulus Mitchell Saunders 1821–1827, 1841-1845 Democratic
John Long 1821–1829 Republican
Henry William Connor 1821–1841 Democratic
Alfred Moore Gatlin 1823–1825 Democratic-Republican
Richard Dobbs Spaight, Jr. 1823–1825 Democratic-Republican
Robert Brank Vance 1823–1825 Democratic-Republican
Willie Person Mangum 1823–1826 Democratic
George Outlaw 1825 Democratic-Republican
Richard Hines 1825–1827 Democratic
John Heritage Bryan 1825–1829 Democratic
Gabriel Holmes 1825–1829 Democratic
Samuel Price Carson 1825–1833 Democratic
Daniel Laurens Barringer 1826–1835 Democratic
Daniel Turner 1827–1829 Democratic
Augustine Henry Shepperd 1827–1851 Democratic
Edward Bishop Dudley 1829–1831 Democratic
Robert Potter 1829–1831 Democratic
Edmund Deberry 1829–1831, 1833-1845, 1849-1851 Republican
William Biddle Shepard 1829–1837 Republican
Jesse Speight 1829–1837 Democratic
Abraham Rencher 1829–1839, 1841-1843 Democratic
Lauchlin Bethune 1831–1833 Democratic
John Branch 1831–1833 Democratic
Micajah Thomas Hawkins 1831–1841 Democratic
James Iver McKay 1831–1849 Democratic
Jesse Atherton Bynum 1833–1841 Democratic
James Graham 1833–1843, 1845-1847 Democratic
Ebenezer Pettigrew 1835–1837 Republican
William Montgomery 1835–1841 Democratic
Samuel Tredwell Sawyer 1837–1839 Whig
Charles Biddle Shepard 1837–1841 Democratic
Edward Stanly 1837–1843, 1849-1853 Whig
John Hill 1839–1841 Democratic
Kenneth Rayner 1839–1845 Whig
Greene Washington Caldwell 1841–1843 Democratic
William Henry Washington 1841–1843 Whig
Archibald Hunter Arrington 1841–1845 Democratic
John Reeves Jones Daniel 1841–1853 Democratic
Anderson Mitchell 1842–1843 Whig
Thomas Lanier Clingman 1843–1845, 1847-1858 Democratic
David Settle Reid 1843–1847 Democratic
Daniel Moreau Barringer 1843–1849 Whig
Asa Biggs 1845–1847 Democratic
Henry Selby Clark 1845–1847 Democratic
James Cochrane Dobbin 1845–1847 Democratic
Alfred Dockery 1845–1847, 1851-1853 Whig
Richard Spaight Donnell 1847–1849 Whig
Nathaniel Boyden 1847–1849 ,1868-1869 Whig
David Outlaw 1847–1853 Whig
Abraham Watkins Venable 1847–1853 Democratic
Joseph Pearson Caldwell 1849–1853 Whig
William Shepperd Ashe 1849–1855 Democratic
James Turner Morehead 1851–1853 Whig
John Kerr, Jr. 1853–1855 Whig
Henry Marchmore Shaw 1853–1855, 1857-1859 Democratic
Sion Hart Rogers 1853–1855, 1871-1873 Democratic
Richard Clauselle Puryear 1853–1857 Whig
Francis Burton Craige 1853–1861 Democratic
Thomas Hart Ruffin 1853–1861 Democratic
Robert Treat Paine 1855–1857 Know-Nothing
Edwin Godwin Reade 1855–1857 Know-Nothing
Lawrence O'Bryan Branch 1855–1861 Democratic
Warren Winslow 1855–1861 Democratic
Alfred Moore Scales 1857–1859, 1875-1884 Democratic
John Adams Gilmer 1857–1861 Know-Nothing
Zebulon Baird Vance 1858–1861 Democratic
William Nathan Harrell Smith 1859–1861 Unionist
James Madison Leach 1859–1861, 1871-1875 Democratic
John Robert French 1868–1869 Republican
John Thomas Deweese 1868–1870 Republican
David Heaton 1868–1870 Republican
Oliver Hart Dockery 1868–1871 Republican
Alexander H. Jones 1868–1871 Republican
Israel George Lash 1868–1871 Republican
Francis Edwin Shober 1869–1873 Democratic
Clinton Levering Cobb 1869–1875 Republican
Joseph Dixon 1870–1871 Republican
John Manning, Jr. 1870–1871 Democratic
James Clarence Harper 1871–1873 Democratic
Charles R. Thomas 1871–1875 Republican
Alfred Moore Waddell 1871–1879 Democratic
William Alexander Smith 1873–1875 Republican
Thomas Samuel Ashe 1873–1877 Democratic
William McKendree Robbins 1873–1879 Democratic
Robert Brank Vance 873–1885 Democratic
John Adams Hyman 1875–1877 Republican
Jesse Johnson Yeates 1875–1879, 1881 Democratic
Joseph Jonathan Davis 1875–1881 Democratic
Curtis Hooks Brogden 1877–1879 Republican
Walter Leak Steele 1877–1881 Democratic
William Hodges Kitchin 1879–1881 Democratic
Joseph John Martin 1879–1881 Republican
Daniel Lindsay Russell 1879–1881 Greenback
Robert Franklin Armfield 1879–1883 Democratic
Orlando Hubbs 1881–1883 Republican
John Williams Shackelford 1881–1883 Democratic
Louis Charles Latham 1881–1883, 1887-1889 Democratic
Clement Dowd 1881–1885 Democratic
William Ruffin Cox 1881–1887 Democratic
Walter Freshwater Pool 1883 Republican
Tyre York 1883–1885 Democratic
Risden Tyler Bennett 1883–1887 Democratic
Wharton Jackson Green 1883–1887 Democratic
James Edward O'Hara 1883–1887 Republican
Thomas Gregory Skinner 1883–1887, 1889-1891 Democratic
James Wesley Reid 1885–1886 Democratic
Thomas Dillard Johnston 1885–1889 Democratic
William Henry Harrison Cowles 1885–1893 Democratic
John Steele Henderson 1885–1895 Democratic
John Nichols 1887–1889 Independent
Furnifold McLendel Simmons 1887–1889 Democratic
John Morehead Brower 1887–1891 Republican
Charles Washington McClammy 1887–1891 Democratic
Alfred Rowland 1887–1891 Democratic
Hamilton Glover Ewart 1889–1891 Republican
Henry Plummer Cheatham 1889–1893 Republican
Benjamin Hickman Bunn 1889–1895 Democratic
Archibald Hunter Arrington Williams 1891–1893 Democratic
Sydenham Benoni Alexander 1891–1895 Democratic
William A. B. Branch 1891–1895 Democratic
Benjamin Franklin Grady 1891–1895 Democratic
William Thomas Crawford 1891–1895, 1899-1900, 1907-1909 Democratic
William Horton Bower 1893–1895 Democratic
Thomas Settle III 1893–1897 Republican
Frederick Augustus Woodard 1893–1897 Democratic
James Alexander Lockhart 1895–1896 Democratic
John Gilbert Shaw 1895–1897 Democratic
Alonzo Craig Shuford 1895–1899 Populist
Harry Skinner 1895–1899 Populist
William Franklin Strowd 1895–1899 Populist
Romulus Zachariah Linney 1895–1901 Republican
Richmond Pearson 1895–1901 Republican
Charles Henry Martin 1896–1899 Populist
John Edgar Fowler 1897–1899 Populist
George Henry White 1897–1901 Republican
William Walton Kitchin 1897–1909 Democratic
John Wilbur Atwater 1899–1901 Populist
John Dillard Bellamy 1899–1903 Democratic
Theodore Franklin Kluttz 1899–1905 Democratic
Charles R. Thomas 1899–1911 Democratic
John Humphrey Small 1899–1921 Democratic

Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 1900s from North Carolina
Party Total
     Democratic 74
     Republican 27
Total Representatives 101
Representatives from North Carolina
Representatives Years Served Party
James Montraville Moody 1901–1903 Republican
Edmond Spencer Blackburn 1901–1903, 1905-1907 Republican
Claude Kitchin 1901–1923 Democratic
Edward William Pou 1901–1934 Democratic
Gilbert Brown Patterson 1903–1907 Democratic
James Madison Gudger, Jr. 1903–1907, 1911-1915 Democratic
Robert Newton Page 1903–1917 Democratic
Edwin Yates Webb 1903–1919 Democratic
Richard Nathaniel Hackett 1907–1909 Democratic
Hannibal Lafayette Godwin 1907–1921 Democratic
Charles Holden Cowles 1909–1911 Republican
John Gaston Grant 1909–1911 Republican
John M. Morehead 1909–1911 Republican
John Miller Faison 1911–1915 Democratic
Charles Manly Stedman 1911–1930 Democratic
Robert Lee Doughton 1911–1953 Democratic
James Jefferson Britt 1915–1917, 1919 Republican
George Ezekial Hood 1915–1919 Democratic
Leonidas Dunlap Robinson 1917–1921 Democratic
Zebulon Weaver 1917–1929, 1931-1947 Democratic
Clyde Roark Hoey 1919–1921 Democratic
Samuel Mitchell Brinson 1919–1922 Democratic
Hallett Sydney Ward 1921–1925 Democratic
Homer Le Grand Lyon 1921–1929 Democratic
Alfred L. Bulwinkle 1921–1929, 1931-1950 Democratic
William Cicero Hammer 1921–1930 Democratic
Charles Laban Abernethy 1922–1935 Democratic
John Hosea Kerr 1923–1953 Democratic
Lindsay Carter Warren 1925–1940 Democratic
Charles A. Jonas 1929–1931 Republican
George Moore Pritchard 1929–1931 Republican
Jerome Bayard Clark 1929–1949 Democratic
Hinton James 1930–1931 Democratic
Franklin Wills Hancock, Jr. 1930–1939 Democratic
John Walter Lambeth 1931–1939 Democratic
William Bradley Umstead 1933–1939 Democratic
Harold Dunbar Cooley 1934–1966 Democratic
Graham Arthur Barden 1935–1961 Democratic
Alonzo Dillard Folger 1939–1941 Democratic
William Olin Burgin 1939–1946 Democratic
Carl Thomas Durham 1939–1961 Democratic
Herbert Covington Bonner 1940–1965 Democratic
Joseph Wilson Ervin 1945 Democratic
John Hamlin Folger 1941–1949 Democratic
Cameron A. Morrison 1943–1945 Democratic
Samuel James Ervin, Jr. 1946–1947 Democratic
Eliza Jane Pratt 1946–1947 Democratic
Hamilton Chamberlain Jones 1947–1953 Democratic
Monroe Minor Redden 1947–1953 Democratic
Charles Bennett Deane 1947–1957 Democratic
Frank Ertel Carlyle 1949–1957 Democratic
Richard Thurmond Chatham 1949–1957 Democratic
Woodrow Wilson Jones 1950–1957 Democratic
George Adams Shuford 1953–1959 Democratic
Hugh Quincy Alexander 1953–1963 Democratic
Charles Raper Jonas 1953–1973 Republican
Lawrence H. Fountain 1953–1983 Democratic
Alvin Paul Kitchin 1957–1963 Democratic
Ralph James Scott 1957–1967 Democratic
Basil Lee Whitener 1957–1969 Democratic
Alton Asa Lennon 1957–1973 Democratic
David McKee Hall 1959–1960 Democratic
Roy Arthur Taylor 1960–1977 Democratic
Horace Robinson Kornegay 1961–1969 Democratic
David Newton Henderson 1961–1977 Democratic
James Thomas Broyhill 1963–1986 Republican
Walter Beaman Jones, Sr. 1966–1992 Democratic
James Carson Gardner 1967–1969 Republican
Nick Galifianakis 1967–1973 Democratic
Wilmer David Mizell 1969–1975 Republican
Earl Baker Ruth 1969–1975 Republican
Lunsford Richardson Preyer 1969–1981 Democratic
Ike Franklin Andrews 1973–1985 Democratic
James Grubbs Martin 1973–1985 Republican
Charles Grandison Rose, III 1973–1997 Democratic
Stephen Lybrook Neal 1975–1995 Democratic
Willie Gathrel Hefner 1975–1999 Democratic
Vonno Lamar Gudger, Jr. 1977–1981 Democratic
Charles Orville Whitley 1977–1986 Democratic
Walter E. Johnston, III 1981–1983 Republican
William Martin Hendon 1981–1983, 1985-1987 Republican
Charles Robin Britt 1983–1985 Democratic
James McClure Clarke 1983–1985, 1987-1991 Democratic
Itimous Thaddeus Valentine, Jr. 1983–1995 Democratic
William Wilfred Cobey, Jr. 1985–1987 Republican
John Alexander McMillan, III 1985–1995 Republican
Howard Coble 1985–present Republican
Cass Ballenger 1986–2005 Republican
H. Martin Lancaster 1987–1995 Democratic
Charles H. Taylor 1991–2007 Republican
Eva M. Clayton 1992–2003 Democratic
Melvin L. Watt 1993–2014 Democratic
David Funderburk 1995–1997 Republican
Fred Heineman 1995–1997 Republican
Richard Burr 1995–2005 Republican
Walter Beaman Jones, Jr. 1995–present Republican
Sue Myrick 1995–2013 Republican
Bobby R. Etheridge 1997–2011 Democratic
Mike McIntyre 1997–present Democratic
David Eugene Price 1997–present Democratic
Robert Hayes 1999–2009 Republican

Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 2000s from North Carolina
Party Total
     Democratic 5
     Republican 7
Total Representatives 12
Representatives from North Carolina
Representatives Years Served Party
Frank W. Ballance 2003–2004 Democratic
Brad Miller 2003–2013 Democratic
George Kenneth Butterfield, Jr. 2005–present Democratic
Virginia Foxx 2005–present Republican
Patrick T. McHenry 2005–present Republican
Heath Shuler 2007–2013 Democratic
Larry Kissell 2009–2013 Democratic
Renee Ellmers 2011–present Republican
Richard Hudson 2013-present Republican
Robert Pittenger 2013-present Republican
Mark Meadows 2013-present Republican
George E.B. Holding 2013-present Republican
Alma Adams 2014-present Democratic