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Latest revision as of 14:47, 31 December 2013

South Dakota
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Population833,354
Gender49.8% Female, 50.2% Male
Race86.2% White, 1.7% Black, 1.1% Asian, 8.9% Native American
Ethnicity3.1% Hispanic
Unemployment rate4.8%
Median household income$48,010
Voter registration statistics45.99% Republican, 35.85% Democratic
2012 Voter turnout60.1%
2012 Pres results57.89% Romney, 39.87% Obama
Upcoming electionsU.S. House, 2014
U.S. Senate, 2014
This page displays the historical members of U.S. Congress from South Dakota.

Here is the current partisan breakdown of the congressional members from South Dakota.

Congressional Partisan Breakdown from South Dakota
Party U.S. Senate U.S. House Total
     Democratic Party 1 0 1
     Republican Party 1 1 2
TOTALS as of April 2014 2 1 3

Current members


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U.S. Senate

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


Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:Predecessor:
John Thune
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Republican PartyU.S. Senate, South Dakota 2005January 3, 2017November 8, 2016LinkThomas A. Daschle (D)
Tim Johnson
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Democratic PartyU.S. Senate, South Dakota 1997January 3, 2015 November 4, 2014LinkLarry L. Pressler (R)

U.S. House

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


Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:Predecessor:
Kristi L. Noem
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Republican PartySouth Dakota's At-Large Congressional District 2011January 3, 2015November 4, 2014LinkStephanie Herseth Sandlin (D)

Historical members

Senate

Historical Representation to the US Senate by Party from South Dakota
Party Total
     Democratic 7
     Republican 19
Total Senators 26
Class 2 Senators from South Dakota
Senator Years Served Party
Richard F. Pettigrew 1889-1901 Republican
Robert J. Gamble 1901-1913 Republican
Thomas Sterling 1913-1925 Republican
William H. McMaster 1925-1931 Republican
William J. Bulow 1931-1943 Democratic
Harlan J. Bushfield 1943-1948 Republican
Vera C. Bushfield 1948-1948 Republican
Karl E. Mundt 1948-1973 Republican
James G. Abourezk 1973-1979 Democratic
Larry L. Pressler 1979-1997 Republican
Tim Johnson 1997-Present Democratic
Class 3 Senators from South Dakota
Senator Years Served Party
Gideon C. Moody 1889-1891 Republican
James H. Kyle 1891-1901 Republican
Alfred B. Kittredge 1901-1909 Republican
Coe I. Crawford 1909-1915 Republican
Edwin S. Johnson 1915-1921 Democratic
Peter Norbeck 1921-1936 Republican
Herbert E. Hitchcock 1936-1938 Democratic
Gladys Pyle 1938-1939 Republican
J. Chandler Chan Gurney 1939-1951 Republican
Francis H. Case 1951-1962 Republican
Joseph H. Bottum 1962-1963 Republican
George S. McGovern 1963-1981 Democratic
James Abdnor 1981-1987 Republican
Thomas A. Daschle 1987-2005 Democratic
John Thune 2005-Present Republican

House

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Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1800s from South Dakota
Party Total
     Populist 2
     Republican 7
Total Representatives 9
Representatives to the U.S. House in South Dakota in the 1800s
Representative Years Served Party
John Rankin Gamble 1891 Republican
Oscar S. Gifford 1889–1891 Republican
John A. Pickler 1889–1897 Republican
John L. Jolley 1891–1893 Republican
William V. Lucas 1893–1895 Republican
Robert J. Gamble 1895–1897 Republican
John Edward Kelley 1897–1899 Populist
Freeman T. Knowles 1897–1899 Populist
Charles H. Burke 1899–1907, 1909-1915 Republican

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1900s from South Dakota
Party Total
     Democratic 8
     Republican 16
Total Representatives 24
Representatives to the U.S. House in South Dakota in the 1900s
Representative Years Served Party
Eben W. Martin 1901–1915 Republican
William H. Parker 1907–1908 Republican
Philo Hall 1907–1909 Republican
Charles H. Dillon 1913–1919 Republican
Harry L. Gandy 1915–1921 Democratic
Royal C. Johnson 1915–1933 Republican
Charles A. Christopherson 1919–1933 Republican
William Williamson 1921–1933 Republican
Theodore B. Werner 1933–1937 Democratic
Fred H. Hildebrandt 1933–1939 Democratic
Francis Case 1937–1951 Republican
Karl E. Mundt 1939–1948 Republican
Harold O. Lovre 1949–1957 Republican
E. Y. Berry 1951–1971 Republican
George McGovern 1957–1961 Democratic
Ben Reifel 1961–1971 Republican
James Abourezk 1971–1973 Democratic
Frank E. Denholm 1971–1975 Democratic
James Abdnor 1973–1981 Republican
Larry Pressler 1975–1979 Republican
Tom Daschle 1979–1987 Democratic
Clint Roberts 1981–1983 Republican
Tim Johnson 1987–1997 Democratic
John R. Thune 1997–2003 Republican

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 2000s from South Dakota
Party Total
     Democratic 1
     Republican 2
Total Representatives 3
Representatives to the U.S. House in South Dakota 2000s
Representative Years Served Party
Bill Janklow 2003–2004 Republican
Stephanie Herseth Sandlin 2004–2011 Democratic
Kristi Noem 2011-present Republican