United States congressional delegations from Washington

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Washington
Population6,897,012
Gender50.1% Female, 49.9% Male
Race81.6% White, 3.9% Black, 7.7% Asian, 1.8% Native American
Ethnicity11.7% Hispanic
Unemployment rate8.4%
Median household income$58,890
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2012 Voter turnout65.0%
2012 Pres results55.8% Obama, 41.03% Romney
Upcoming electionsU.S. House, 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 Washington.

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

Congressional Partisan Breakdown from Washington
Party U.S. Senate U.S. House Total
     Democratic Party 2 6 8
     Republican Party 0 4 4
TOTALS as of September 2014 2 10 12

Current members


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U.S. Senate

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


Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Maria Cantwell
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Democratic PartyU.S. Senate, Washington 2001January 3, 2019November 2018Link
Patty Murray
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Democratic PartyU.S. Senate, Washington 1993January 3, 2017November 2016Link

U.S. House

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


Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Adam Smith
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Democratic PartyDistrict 9 1997January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Cathy McMorris Rodgers
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Republican PartyDistrict 5 2005January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Dave Reichert
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Republican PartyDistrict 8 2005January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Denny Heck
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Democratic PartyDistrict 10 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Derek Kilmer
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Democratic PartyDistrict 6 2013January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Doc Hastings
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Republican PartyDistrict 4 1995January 3, 2015Link
Jaime Herrera Beutler
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Republican PartyDistrict 3 2011January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Jim McDermott
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Democratic PartyDistrict 7 1989January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Rick Larsen
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Democratic PartyDistrict 2 2001January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link
Suzan DelBene
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Democratic PartyDistrict 1 2012January 3, 2015November 4, 2014Link

Historical members

Senate

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

Historical Representation to the US Senate by Party from Washington
Party Total
     Democratic 11
     Republican 13
Total Senators 24
Class 1 Senators from Washington
Senator Years Served Party
John B. Allen 1889-1893 Republican
John L. Wilson 1895-1899 Republican
Addison G. Foster 1899-1905 Republican
Samuel H. Piles 1905-1911 Republican
Miles Poindexter 1911-1923 Republican
Clarence C. Dill 1923-1935 Democratic
Lewis B. Schwellenbach 1935-1940 Democratic
Monrad C. Wallgren 1940-1945 Democratic
Hugh B. Mitchell 1945-1946 Democratic
Harry P. Cain 1946-1953 Republican
Henry M. Jackson 1953-1983 Democratic
Daniel J. Evans 1983-1989 Republican
T. Slade Gorton 1989-2001 Republican
Maria Cantwell 2001-Present Democratic
Class 3 Senators from Washington
Senator Years Served Party
Watson C. Squire 1889-1897 Republican
George Turner 1897-1903 Democratic
Levi Ankeny 1903-1909 Republican
Wesley L. Jones 1909-1932 Republican
Elijah S. Grammer 1932-1933 Republican
Homer T. Bone 1933-1944 Democratic
Warren G. Magnuson 1944-1981 Democratic
T. Slade Gorton 1981-1987 Republican
Brockman Adams 1987-1993 Democratic
Patty Murray 1993-Present Democratic

House

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

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Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1800s from Washington
Party Total
     Democratic 1
     Republican 6
Total Representatives 7
Representatives to the U.S. House in Washington in the 1800s
Representative Years Served Party
John L. Wilson 1889–1895 Republican
William H. Doolittle 1893–1897 Republican
Samuel C. Hyde 1895–1897 Republican
William Carey Jones 1897–1899 Republican
J. Hamilton Lewis 1897–1899 Democratic
Francis W. Cushman 1899–1909 Republican
Wesley Livsey Jones 1899–1909 Republican

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1900s from Washington
Party Total
     Democratic 34
     Republican 33
Total Representatives 67
Representatives to the U.S. House in Washington in the 1900s
Representative Years Served Party
William E. Humphrey 1903–1917 Republican
William W. McCredie 1909–1911 Republican
Miles Poindexter 1909–1911 Republican
Stanton Warburton 911–1913 Republican
William La Follette 1911–1919 Republican
James W. Bryan 1913–1915 Democratic
Jacob Falconer 1913–1915 Democratic
Albert Johnson 1913–1933 Republican
Clarence Dill 1915–1919 Democratic
Lindley H. Hadley 1915–1933 Republican
John F. Miller 1917–1931 Republican
J. Stanley Webster 1919–1923 Republican
John W. Summers 1919–1933 Republican
Samuel B. Hill 1923–1936 Democratic
Ralph Horr 1931–1933 Republican
Wesley Lloyd 1933–1936 Democratic
Marion Zioncheck 1933–1936 Democratic
Monrad Wallgren 1933–1940 Democratic
Knute Hill 1933–1943 Democratic
Martin F. Smith 1933–1943 Democratic
Charles H. Leavy 1937–1942 Democratic
Warren G. Magnuson 1937–1944 Democratic
John M. Coffee 1937–1947 Democratic
Henry M. Jackson 1941–1953 Democratic
Fred B. Norman 1943–1945, 1947 Republican
Hal Holmes 1943–1959 Republican
Walt Horan 1943–1965 Republican
Hugh De Lacy 1945–1947 Democratic
Charles R. Savage 1945–1947 Democratic
Homer Jones 1947–1949 Republican
Russell V. Mack 1947–1960 Republican
Thor C. Tollefson 1947–1965 Republican
Hugh Mitchell 1949–1953 Democratic
Donald H. Magnuson 1953–1963 Democratic
Jack Westland 1953–1965 Republican
Thomas Pelly 1953–1973 Republican
Catherine Dean May 1959–1971 Republican
Julia Butler Hansen 1960–1974 Democratic
K. William Stinson 1963–1965 Republican
Brock Adams 1965–1977 Democratic
Floyd Hicks 1965–1977 Democratic
Lloyd Meeds 1965–1979 Democratic
Tom Foley 1965–1995 Democratic
Mike McCormack 1971–1981 Democratic
Joel Pritchard 1973–1985 Republican
Don Bonker 1975–1989 Democratic
John E. Cunningham 1977–1979 Republican
Mike Lowry 1979–1989 Democratic
Al Swift 1979–1995 Democratic
Sid Morrison 1981–1993 Republican
Rod Chandler 1983–1993 Republican
John Ripin Miller 1985–1993 Republican
Jim McDermott 1989-Present Democratic
Jolene Unsoeld 1989–1995 Democratic
Maria Cantwell 1993–1995 Democratic
Mike Kreidler 1993–1995 Democratic
Jennifer Dunn 1993–2005 Republican
Randy Tate 1995–1997 Republican
Doc Hastings 1995-Present Republican
Linda Smith 1995–1999 Republican
Rick White 1995–1999 Republican
Jack Metcalf 1995–2001 Republican
George Nethercutt 1995–2005 Republican
Adam Smith 1997-Present Democratic
Brian Baird 1999–2011 Democratic
Jay Inslee 1999–2012 Democratic
Norm Dicks 1999–2013 Democratic

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 2000s from Washington
Party Total
     Democratic 8
     Republican 5
Total Representatives 13
Representatives to the U.S. House in Washington in the 2000s
Representative Years Served Party
Jack Metcalf 1995–2001 Republican
George Nethercutt 1995–2005 Republican
Adam Smith 1997-Present Democratic
Brian Baird 1999–2011 Democratic
Jay Inslee 1999–2012 Democratic
Norm Dicks 1999–2013 Democratic
Rick Larsen 2001-Present Democratic
Cathy McMorris Rodgers 2005-Present Republican
Dave Reichert 2005-Present Republican
Derek Kilmer 2013-Present Democratic
Jaime Herrera Beutler 2011-Present Republican
Suzane Delbene 2012-Present Democratic
Denny Heck 2013-Present Democratic