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This page displays the historical members of [[U.S. Congress]] from [[Virginia]].
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===U.S. Senate===
 
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The current members of the [[U.S. Senate]] from [[Virginia]] are:
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The current members of the [[U.S. House]] from [[Virginia]] are:
 
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Revision as of 13:49, 10 September 2013

Virginia
Population8,185,867
Gender50.9% Female, 49.1% Male
Race71.1% White, 19.7% Black, 6% Asian
Ethnicity8.4% Hispanic
Unemployment rate6.5%
Median household income$63,302
Voter registration statisticsN/A
2012 Voter turnout66.9%
2012 Pres results51.16% Obama, 47.28% Romney
Upcoming electionsU.S. House, 2014
U.S. Senate, 2014
Contents
1 Current members
1.1 U.S. Senate
1.2 U.S. House
2 Historical members
2.1 Senate
2.2 House
This page displays the historical members of U.S. Congress from Virginia.

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

Congressional Partisan Breakdown from Virginia
Party U.S. Senate U.S. House Total
     Democratic Party 2 3 5
     Republican Party 0 8 8
TOTALS as of December 2014 2 11 13

Current members


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U.S. Senate

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

Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Mark Warner
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Democratic PartyU.S. Senate, Virginia 2009January 3, 2015Link
Tim Kaine
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Democratic PartyU.S. Senate, Virginia 2013January 3, 2019November 2018Link

U.S. House

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

Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Bob Goodlatte
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Republican PartyDistrict 6 1993January 3, 2015Link
Bobby Scott
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Democratic PartyDistrict 3 1993January 3, 2015Link
David Brat
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Republican PartyDistrict 7 2014November 8, 2016[ Link]
Frank Wolf
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Republican PartyDistrict 10 1981January 3, 2015Link
Gerry Connolly
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Democratic PartyDistrict 11 2009January 3, 2015Link
Jim Moran
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Democratic PartyDistrict 8 1991January 3, 2015Link
Morgan Griffith
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Republican PartyDistrict 9 2011January 3, 2015Link
Randy Forbes
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Republican PartyDistrict 4 2001January 3, 2015Link
Rob Wittman
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Republican PartyDistrict 1 2007January 3, 2015Link
Robert Hurt
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Republican PartyDistrict 5 2011January 3, 2015Link
Scott Rigell
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Republican PartyDistrict 2 2011January 3, 2015Link

Historical members

Senate

Historical Representation to the U.S. Senate by Party from Virginia
Party Total
     Democratic 22
     Republican 23
     Anti-Admin 4
     Pro-Admin 1
     Jacksonian 4
     Whig 2
     Unionist 3
     Anti-Jackson 1
Total Senators 60
Class 1 Senators from Virginia
Senator Years Served Party
William Grayson 1789-1790 ANTI-ADMIN
John Walker 1790-1790 PRO-ADMIN
James Monroe 1790-1794 ANTI-ADMIN
Stevens T. Mason 1794-1803 Republican
John Taylor 1803-1803 Republican
Abraham B. Venable 1803-1804 Republican
William B. Giles 1804-1804 Republican
Andrew Moore 1804-1809 Republican
Richard Brent 1809-1814 Republican
James Barbour 1815-1825 Republican
John Randolph 1825-1827 Jacksonian
John Tyler 1827-1836 Jacksonian
William C. Rives 1836-1839 Democratic
William C. Rives 1841-1845 Whig
Isaac S. Pennybacker 1845-1847 Democratic
James M. Mason 1847-1861 Democratic
Waitman T. Willey 1861-1863 Unionist
Lemuel J. Bowden 1863-1864 Unionist
John F. Lewis 1870-1875 Republican
Robert E. Withers 1875-1881 Democratic
William Mahone 1881-1887 Republican
John W. Daniel 1887-1910 Democratic
Claude A. Swanson 1910-1933 Democratic
Harry Flood Byrd 1933-1965 Democratic
Harry Flood Byrd, Jr. 1965-1983 Democratic
Paul S. Trible, Jr. 1983-1989 Republican
Charles S. Robb 1989-2001 Democratic
George F. Allen 2001-2007 Republican
Jim Webb 2007-2013 Democratic
Tim Kaine 2013-Present Democratic
Class 2 Senators from Virginia
Senator Years Served Party
Richard Henry Lee 1789-1792 ANTI-ADMIN
John Taylor 1792-1794 ANTI-ADMIN
Henry Tazewell 1794-1799 Republican
Wilson C. Nicholas 1799-1804 Republican
Andrew Moore 1804-1804 Republican
William B. Giles 1804-1815 Republican
Armistead T. Mason 1816-1817 Republican
John W. Eppes 1817-1819 Republican
James Pleasants 1819-1822 Republican
John Taylor 1822-1824 Republican
Littleton W. Tazewell 1824-1832 Jacksonian
William C. Rives 1832-1834 Jacksonian
Benjamin W. Leigh 1834-1836 Anti-Jackson
Richard E. Parker 1836-1837 Democratic
William H. Roane 1837-1841 Democratic
William S. Archer 1841-1847 Whig
Robert M. T. Hunter 1847-1861 Democratic
John S. Carlile 1861-1865 Unionist
John W. Johnston 1870-1883 Democratic
Harrison H. Riddleberger 1883-1889 Republican
John S. Barbour, Jr. 1889-1892 Democratic
Eppa Hunton 1892-1895 Democratic
Thomas S. Martin 1895-1919 Democratic
Carter Glass 1920-1946 Democratic
Thomas G. Burch 1946-1946 Democratic
A. Willis Robertson 1946-1966 Democratic
William B. Spong, Jr. 1966-1973 Democratic
William L. Scott 1973-1979 Republican
John W. Warner 1979-2009 Republican
Mark Warner 2009-Present Republican

House

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

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Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 1700s from Virginia
Party Total
     Democratic-Republican 14
     Federalist 7
     Pro-Administration 4
     Anti-Administration 18
Total Representatives 43
Representatives to the U.S. House from Virginia
Representative Years Served Party
Theodorick Bland 1789-1790 Anti-Administration
John Brown 1789-1792 Anti-Administration
Alexander White 1789-1793 Pro-Administration
Samuel Griffin 1789-1795 Pro-Administration
Richard B. Lee 1789-1795 Pro-Administration
John Page 1789-1797 Anti-Administration
Isaac Coles 1789-1797 Anti-Administration
James Madison, Jr. 1789-1797 Anti-Administration
Andrew Moore 1789-1797 , 1804 Anti-Administration
Josiah Parker 1789-1801 Anti-Administration
William B. Giles 1790-1798 ,1801-1803 Anti-Administration
Abraham B. Venable 1791-1799 Anti-Administration
Joseph Neville 1793-1795 Anti-Administration
Francis Walker 1793-1795 Anti-Administration
Francis Preston 1793-1797 Anti-Administration
Robert Rutherford 1793-1797 Anti-Administration
George Hancock 1793-1797 Pro-Administration
John Heath 1793-1797 Anti-Administration
Carter B. Harrison 1793-1799 Anti-Administration
John Nicholas 1793-1801 Anti-Administration
Thomas Claiborne 1793-1805 Anti-Administration
Anthony New 1793-1805 Anti-Administration
George Jackson 1795-1797 ,1799-1803 Democratic-Republican
Richard Brent 1795-1799 ,1801-1803 Democratic-Republican
John Clopton 1795-1799 ,1801-1816 Democratic-Republican
Samuel J. Cabell 1795-1803 Democratic-Republican
James Machir 1797-1799 Federalist
Daniel Morgan 1797-1799 Federalist
Walter Jones 1797-1799 ,1803-1811 Democratic-Republican
Thomas Evans 1797-1801 Federalist
John J. Trigg 1797-1804 Democratic-Republican
Abram Trigg 1797-1809 Democratic-Republican
David Holmes 1797-1809 Democratic-Republican
Matthew Clay 1797-1813 ,1815 Democratic-Republican
John Dawson 1797-1814 Democratic-Republican
Joseph Eggleston 1798-1801 Democratic-Republican
John Marshall 1799-1800 Federalist
Samuel Goode 1799-1801 Democratic-Republican
Henry Lee 1799-1801 Federalist
Robert Page 1799-1801 Federalist
Leven Powell 1799-1801 Federalist
Edwin Gray 1799-1813 Democratic-Republican
John Randolph 1799-1833 Democratic-Republican

Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 1800s from Virginia
Party Total
     Democratic 116
     Republican 27
     Whig 19
     Labor Party 1
     Readjuster 4
     Unionist 5
     National Republican 6
     Jacksonian 9
     Adams Republican 6
     Jackson Republican 6
     Crawford Republican 2
     Democratic-Republican 50
     Federalist 16
Total Representatives 267
Representatives to the U.S. House from Virginia
Representative Years Served Party
Littleton W. Tazewell 1800-1801 Democratic-Republican
John Stratton 1801-1803 Federalist
John Taliaferro 1801-1803 ,1811-1813 ,1824-1843 Republican
Philip R. Thompson 1801-1807 Democratic-Republican
John Smith 1801-1815 Democratic-Republican
Thomas Newton, Jr. 1801-1833 Republican
Thomas Lewis, Jr. 1803-1804 Federalist
Thomas Griffin 1803-1805 Federalist
James Stephenson 1803-1805 ,1809-1811 ,1822-1825 Federalist
Thomas M. Randolph, Jr. 1803-1807 Democratic-Republican
John G. Jackson 1803-1810 ,1813-1817 Democratic-Republican
John W. Eppes 1803-1811 ,1813-1815 Democratic-Republican
Joseph Lewis, Jr. 1803-1817 Federalist
Peterson Goodwyn 1803-1818 Democratic-Republican
Christopher H. Clark 1804-1806 Democratic-Republican
Alexander Wilson 1804-1809 Democratic-Republican
John Claiborne 1805-1808 Democratic-Republican
James M. Garnett 1805-1809 Democratic-Republican
John Morrow 1805-1809 Democratic-Republican
Burwell Bassett 1805-1819 ,1821-1823,1825-1829 Democratic-Republican
William A. Burwell 1806-1821 Democratic-Republican
Wilson C. Nicholas 1807-1809 Democratic-Republican
John Love 1807-1811 Democratic-Republican
Thomas Gholson, Jr. 1808-1816 Democratic-Republican
Jacob Swoope 1809-1811 Federalist
James Breckinridge 1809-1817 Federalist
Daniel Sheffey 1809-1817 Federalist
John Roane 1809-1837 Democratic-Republican
David S. Garland 1810-1811 Democratic-Republican
William McKinley 1810-1811 Democratic-Republican
John Baker 1811-1813 Federalist
Thomas Wilson 1811-1813 Federalist
Aylett Hawes 1811-1813 ,1813-1817 Democratic-Republican
Hugh Nelson 1811-1823 Democratic-Republican
James Pleasants 1811-1819 Democratic-Republican
William McCoy 1811-1833 Democratic-Republican
John P. Hungerford 1811,1813-1817 Democratic-Republican
Thomas M. Bayly 1813-1815 Federalist
Hugh Caperton 1813-1815 Federalist
Francis White 1813-1815 Federalist
John Kerr 1813-1817 Democratic-Republican
James Johnson 1813-1820 Democratic-Republican
Philip P. Barbour 1814-1830 Democratic-Republican
William H. Roane 1815-1817 Democratic-Republican
Henry S. Tucker 1815-1819 Democratic-Republican
Ballard Smith 1815-1821 Democratic-Republican
Thomas M. Nelson 1816-1819 Democratic-Republican
John Tyler, Jr. 1816-1821 Democratic-Republican
Archibald Austin 1817-1819 Democratic-Republican
Edward Colston 1817-1819 Federalist
William J. Lewis 1817-1819 Democratic-Republican
James Pindall 1817-1820 Federalist
George F. Strother 1817-1820 Democratic-Republican
William L. Ball 1817-1824 Democratic-Republican
John Floyd 1817-1829 Democratic-Republican
Charles F. Mercer 1817-1839 Federalist
Alexander Smyth 1817-1830 Democratic-Republican
John Pegram 1818-1819 Democratic-Republican
Severn E. Parker 1819-1821 Democratic-Republican
Thomas Van Swearingen 1819-1822 Federalist
James Jones 1819-1823 Democratic-Republican
Mark Alexander 1819-1833 Democratic-Republican
George Tucker 1819-1825 Democratic-Republican
Jared Williams 1819-1825 Democratic-Republican
John C. Gray 1820-1821 Democratic-Republican
Edward B. Jackson 1820-1823 Democratic-Republican
Thomas L. Moore 1820-1823 Democratic-Republican
William S. Archer 1820-1833 Democratic-Republican
Jabez Leftwich 1821-1825 Democratic-Republican
Arthur Smith 1821-1825 Democratic-Republican
William Smith 1821-1827 Democratic-Republican
Andrew Stevenson 1821-1834 Democratic-Republican
John S. Barbour 1823--1833 Crawford Republican
Joseph Johnson 1823-1827 ,1833,1835-1841 ,1845-1847 Jackson Republican
William C. Rives 1823-1829 Crawford Republican
Benjamin Estil 1825-1827 Adams Republican
Alfred H. Powell 1825-1827 Adams Republican
Robert Taylor 1825-1827 Adams Republican
William Armstrong 1825-1833 Adams Republican
Thomas Davenport 1825-1835 Jackson Republican
Nathaniel H. Claiborne 1825-1837 Jackson Republican
James Trezvant 1825-1831 Jackson Republican
George W. Crump 1826-1827 Jackson Republican
Robert Allen 1827-1829 Jackson Republican
Isaac Leffler 1827-1829 Adams Republican
Lewis Maxwell 1827-1833 Adams Republican
Philip Doddridge 1829-1832 National Republican
Richard Coke, Jr. 1829-1833 Jacksonian
Thomas T. Bouldin 1829-1834 Jacksonian
Robert Craig 1829-1833 ,1835-1841 Jacksonian
Joseph Draper 1830-1831 ,1832-1833 Jacksonian
George Loyall 1830-1831 ,1833-1837 Jacksonian
William F. Gordon 1830-1835 Jacksonian
John M. Patton 1830-1838 Democratic
Charles C. Johnston 1831-1832 Jacksonian
John J. Roane 1831-1833 Jacksonian
Joseph W. Chinn 1831-1835 Democratic
John Y. Mason 1831-1837 Jacksonian
John H. Fulton 1833-1835 Democratic
John J. Allen 1833-1835 Democratic
James H. Gholson 1833-1835 National Republican
Samuel M. Moore 1833-1835 National Republican
William P. Taylor 1833-1835 National Republican
Edgar C. Wilson 1833-1835 National Republican
William McComas 1833-1837 Democratic
Edward Lucas 1833-1837 Democratic
James M. H. Beale 1833-1837 ,1849-1853 Democratic
Henry A. Wise 1833-1844 Democratic
John Robertson 1834-1839 National Republican
James W. Bouldin 1834-1839 Democratic
William S. Morgan 1835-1839 Democratic
James Garland 1835-1841 Democratic
George W. Hopkins 1835-1847 ,1857-1859 Democratic
George C. Dromgoole 1835-1841 ,1843-1847 Democratic
Walter Coles 1835-1845 Democratic
James M. Mason 1837-1839 Democratic
Isaac S. Pennybacker 1837-1839 Democratic
Archibald Stuart 1837-1839 Democratic
Francis Mallory 1837-1839 ,1840-1843 Whig
Andrew Beirne 1837-1841 Democratic
Francis E. Rives 1837-1841 Democratic
Robert M. T. Hunter 1837-1843 ,1845-1847 Whig
Linn Banks 1838-1841 Democratic
Joel Holleman 1839-1840 Democratic
John Hill 1839-1841 Whig
Green B. Samuels 1839-1841 Democratic
William Lucas 1839-1841 ,1843-1845 Democratic
William L. Goggin 1839-1843 ,1844-1845 ,1847-1849 Whig
John M. Botts 1839-1843 ,1847-1849 Whig
Lewis Steenrod 1839-1845 Democratic
William M. McCarty 1840-1841 Whig
Richard W. Barton 1841-1843 Whig
George B. Cary 1841-1843 Democratic
William A. Harris 1841-1843 Democratic
Samuel L. Hays 1841-1843 Democratic
Cuthbert Powell 1841-1843 Whig
Alexander H. H. Stuart 1841-1843 Whig
Thomas W. Gilmer 1841-1844 Democratic
John W. Jones 1841-1845 Democratic
Edmund W. Hubard 1841-1847 Democratic
William O. Goode 1841-1843 ,1853-1859 Democratic
William Smith 1841-1843 ,1853-1861 Democratic
George W. Summers 1841-1845 Whig
Samuel Chilton 1843-1845 Whig
Willoughby Newton 1843-1845 Whig
William Taylor 1843-1846 Democratic
Augustus A. Chapman 1843-1847 Democratic
Archibald Atkinson 1843-1849 Democratic
Thomas H. Bayly 1844-1856 Democratic
William M. Tredway 1845-1847 Democratic
James A. Seddon 1845-1847 ,1849-1851 Democratic
Shelton F. Leake 1845-1847 ,1859-1861 Democratic
Henry Bedinger III 1845-1849 Democratic
John S. Pendleton 1845-1849 Whig
William G. Brown 1845-1849 ,1861-1863 Democratic
James McDowell 1846-1851 Democratic
Thomas S. Flournoy 1847-1849 Whig
Andrew S. Fulto 1847-1849 Whig
William B. Preston 1847-1849 Whig
Robert A. Thompson 1847-1849 Democratic
Richard L. T. Beale 1847-1849 ,1879-1881 Democratic
Richard K. Meade 1847-1853 Democratic
Thomas S. Bocock 1847-1853 ,1853-1861 Democratic
Watkins M. Abbitt 1948-1973 Democratic
Alexander Newman 1849 Democratic
Jeremiah Morton 1849-1851 Whig
Thomas S. Haymond 1849-1851 Whig
Richard Parker 1849-1851 Democratic
Thomas H. Averett 1849-1853 Democratic
Alexander R. Holladay 1849-1853 Democratic
John S. Millson 1849-1853 ,1853-1861 Democratic
LaFayette McMullen 1849-1857 Democratic
Paulus Powell 1849-1859 Democratic
Henry A. Edmundson 1849-1861 Democratic
George W. Thompson 1851-1852 Democratic
James F. Strother 1851-1853 Whig
John S. Caskie 1851-1859 Democratic
Charles J. Faulkner 1851-1859 Whig
John Letcher 1851-1859 Democratic
Sherrard Clemens 1852-1853 ,1857-1861 Democratic
John F. Snodgrass 1853-1854 Democratic
Zedekiah Kidwell 1853-1857 Democratic
Charles S. Lewis 1854-1855 Democratic
John S. Carlile 1855-1857 ,1861 Unionist
Muscoe R. H. Garnett 1856-1861 Democratic
Albert G. Jenkins 1857-1861 Democratic
Roger A. Pryor 1859-1861 Democratic
Alexander R. Boteler 1859-1861 Democratic
Daniel C. DeJarnette, Sr. 1859-1861 Democratic
Elbert S. Martin 1859-1861 Democratic
John T. Harris 1859-1861 ,1871-1873 Democratic
Charles H. Upton 1861-1862 Unionist
Jacob B. Blair 1861-1863 Unionist
Kellian V. Whaley 861-1863 Unionist
Joseph E. Segar 1862-1863 Unionist
Robert Ridgway 1870 Republican
Lewis McKenzie 1863,1870-1871 Unionist, Republican
Richard S. Ayer 1870-1871 Republican
George W. Booker 1870-1871 Republican
James K. Gibson 1870-1871 Republican
William Milnes, Jr. 1870-1871 Republican
Richard T. W. Duke, Jr. 1870-1873 Republican
Charles H. Porter 1870-1873 Republican
James H. Platt, Jr. 1870-1875 Republican
Elliott M. Braxton 1871-1873 Democratic
John Critcher 1871-1873 Democratic
William Terry 1871-1873 ,1875-1877 Democratic
William H. H. Stowell 1871-1877 Republican
Alexander M. Davis 1873-1874 Democratic
Rees T. Bowen 1873-1875 Democratic
James B. Sener 873-1875 Republican
John A. Smith 1873-1875 Republican
Thomas Whitehead 1873-1875 Democratic
Eppa Hunton, Jr. 1873-1881 Democratic
Christopher Y. Thomas 1874-1875 Republican
Beverly B. Douglas 1875-1878 Democratic
Gilbert C. Walker 1875-1879 Democratic
John Goode, Jr. 1875-1881 Democratic
John R. Tucker 1875-1887 Democratic
George C. Cabell 1875-1887 Democratic
Auburn L. Pridemore 1877-1879 Democratic
Joseph Jorgensen 1877-1883 Republican
Joseph E. Johnston 1879-1881 Democratic
James B. Richmond 1879-1881 Democratic
John F. Dezendorf 1881-1883 Republican
Abram Fulkerson 1881-1883 Democratic
Readjuster 1881-1883 John Paul
George T. Garrison 1881-1883 ,1884-1885 Democratic
John S. Barbour, Jr. 1881-1887 Democratic
George D. Wise 1881-1895 Democratic
Robert M. Mayo 1883-1884 Readjuster
Benjamin S. Hooper 1883-1885 Readjuster
Harry Libbey 1883-1885 ,1885-1887 Readjuster
Henry Bowen 1883-1885 ,1887-1889 Readjuster
Charles T. O'Ferrall 1884-1893 Democratic
James D. Brady 1885-1887 Republican
Thomas Croxton 1885-1887 Democratic
John W. Daniel 1885-1887 Democratic
Connally F. Trigg 1885-1887 Democratic
John R. Brown 1887-1889 Republican
William E. Gaines 1887-1889 Republican
Samuel I. Hopkins 1887-1889 Labor Party
Jacob Yost 1887-1889 ,1897-1899 Republican
George E. Bowden 1887-1891 Republican
Thomas H. B. Browne 1887-1891 Republican
William H. F. Lee 1887-1891 Democratic
Edward C. Venable 1889-1890 Democratic
John A. Buchanan 1889-1893 Democratic
Posey G. Lester 1889-1893 Democratic
Paul C. Edmunds 1889-1895 Democratic
Henry S. Tucker III 1889-1897 ,1922-1932 Democratic
John M. Langston 1890-1891 Republican
Edmund Waddill, Jr. 1890-1891 Republican
John W. Lawson 1891-1893 Democratic
James F. Epes 1891-1895 Democratic
Elisha E. Meredith 1891-1897 Democratic
William A. Jones 1891-1918 Democratic
James W. Marshall 1893-1895 Democratic
D. Gardiner Tyler 1893-1897 Democratic
Claude A. Swanson 1893-1906 Democratic
Smith S. Turner 1894-1897 Democratic
William R. McKenney 1895-1896 Democratic
Tazewell Ellett 1895-1897 Democratic
James A. Walker 1895-1899 Republican
Peter J. Otey 1895-1902 Democratic
Robert T. Thorp 1896-1899 Republican
William A. Young 1897-1898 ,1899-1900 Democratic
Sydney P. Epes 1897-1898 ,1899-1900 Democratic
John F. Rixey 1897-1907 Democratic
John Lamb 1897-1913 Democratic
James Hay 1897-1916 Democratic
Richard A. Wise 1898-1899 ,1900 Republican
Julian M. Quarles 1899-1901 Democratic
William F. Rhea 1899-1903 Democratic

Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 1900s from Virginia
Party Total
     Democratic 58
     Republican 23
Total Representatives 81
Representatives to the U.S. House from Virginia
Representative Years Served Party
Francis R. Lassiter 1900-1903 ,1907-1909 Democratic
Harry L. Maynard 1901-1911 Democratic
Henry D. Flood 1901-1921 Democratic
E. Carter Glass 1902-1918 Democratic
Campbell Slemp 1903-1907 Republican
Robert G. Southall 1903-1907 Democratic
Edward W. Saunders 1906-1920 Democratic
Charles C. Carlin 1907-1919 Democratic
C. Bascom Slemp 1907-1923 Republican
Robert Turnbull 1910-1913 Democratic
Edward E. Holland 1911-1921 Democratic
Walter A. Watson 1913-1919 Democratic
Andrew J. Montague 1913-1937 Democratic
Thomas W. Harrison 1916-1922 ,1923-1929 Democratic
James P. Woods 1918-1923 Democratic
S. Otis Bland 1918-1950 Democratic
R. Walton Moore 1919-1931 Democratic
Rorer A. James 1920-1921 Democratic
Patrick H. Drewry 1920-1947 Democratic
J. Murray Hooker 1921-1925 Democratic
Joseph T. Deal 1921-1929 Democratic
John Paul 1922-1923 Republican
George C. Peery 1923-1929 Democratic
Clifton A. Woodrum 1923-1945 Democratic
Joseph Whitehead 1925-1931 Democratic
Jacob A. Garber 1929-1931 Republican
Joseph C. Shaffer 1929-1931 Republican
Menalcus Lankford 1929-1933 Republican
John W. Fishburne 1931-1933 Democratic
Thomas G. Burch 1931-1946 Democratic
John W. Flannagan, Jr. 1931-1949 Democratic
Howard W. Smith 1931-1967 Democratic
Joel W. Flood 1932-1933 Democratic
A. Willis Robertson 1933-1946 Democratic
Colgate W. Darden, Jr. 1935-1937 ,1939-1941 Democratic
Norman R. Hamilton 1937-1939 Democratic
David E. Satterfield, Jr. 1937-1945 Democratic
Winder R. Harris 1941-1944 Democratic
Ralph H. Daughton 1944-1947 Democratic
J. Vaughan Gary 1945-1965 Democratic
J. Lindsay Almond, Jr. 1946-1948 Democratic
Thomas B. Stanley 1946-1953 Democratic
Burr P. Harrison 1946-1963 Democratic
Porter Hardy, Jr. 1947-1969 Democratic
Clarence G. Burton 1948-1953 Democratic
Thomas B. Fugate 1949-1953 Democratic
Edward J. Robeson, Jr 1950-1959 Democratic
William C. Wampler 953-1955 ,1967-1983 Republican
William M. Tuck 1953-1969 Democratic
Richard H. Poff 1953-1972 Republican
Joel T. Broyhill 1953-1974 Republican
William P. Jennings 1955-1967 Democratic
Thomas N. Downing 1959-1977 Democratic
John O. Marsh, Jr 1963-1971 Democratic
David E. Satterfield III 1965-1981 Democratic
William L. Scott 1967-1973 Republican
G. William Whitehurst 1969-1987 Republican
W. C. "Dan" Daniel 1969-1988 Democratic
J. Kenneth Robinson 1971-1985 Republican
M. Caldwell Butler 1972-1983 Republican
Stanford E. Parris 1973-1975 ,1981-1991 Republican
Robert W. Daniel, Jr. 1973-1983 Republican
Joseph L. Fisher 1974-1981 Democratic
Herbert E. Harris II 1975-1981 Democratic
Paul S. Trible, Jr. 1977-1983 Republican
Thomas J. Bliley, Jr. 1981-1993 ,1993-2001 Republican
Frank Wolf 1981-Present Republican
James R. Olin 1983-1993 Democratic
Herbert H. Bateman 1983-2000 Republican
Norman Sisisky 1983-2001 Democratic
Frederick C. Boucher 1983-2011 Democratic
D. French Slaughter, Jr. 1985-1991 Republican
Owen B. Pickett 1987-2001 Democratic
Lewis F. Payne, Jr. 1988-1997 Democratic
George Allen 1991-1993 Republican
Jim Moran. 1991-Present Democratic
Leslie L. Byrne 1993-1995 Democratic
Bob Goodlatte 1993-Present Republican
Robert Scott 1993-Present Democratic
Thomas M. Davis 1995-2008 Republican
Virgil H. Goode, Jr. 1997-2009 Democratic

Historical Representation to the U.S. House by Party in the 2000s from Virginia
Party Total
     Democratic 3
     Republican 9
Total Representatives 12
Representatives to the U.S. House from Virginia
Representative Years Served Party
Edward L. Schrock 2001-2005 Republican
Jo Ann Davis 2001-2007 Republican
Eric Cantor 2001-2014 Republican
Randy Forbes 2001-Present Republican
Thelma D. Drake 2005-2009 Republican
Robert J. Wittman 2007-Current Republican
Glenn Nye 2009-2011 Democratic
Tom Perriello 2009-2011 Democratic
Gerry Connolly 2009-Present Democratic
Morgan Griffith 2011-Present Republican
Robert Hurt 2011-Present Republican
Scott Rigell 2011-Present Republican
David Brat 2014-Present Republican