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The 113th United States Congress served from January 3, 2013 to January 3, 2015, the first two years of President Brian Williams' first term.

Members

Senate

State Name Party Senate Class Assumed Office
Alabama Glen Browder Democrat 2 January 3, 2003
Alabama John R. Clark National 3 January 3, 2005
Arkansas Beryl Anthony Jr. Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Arkansas Mike Ross Democrat 3 January 3, 2005
Aroostook William Cohen National 2 January 3, 1997
Aroostook John Herron National 1 January 3, 2007
California Rachel Maddow Democrat 3 January 3, 2011
California David Leahy Democrat 1 January 3, 2013
Colorado Bill Ritter Democrat 3 January 3, 2005
Colorado Steve Porter Democrat 2 January 3, 2009
Connecticut Richard Blumenthal Democrat 3 January 3, 2011
Connecticut William Chandler Democrat 1 January 3, 2013
Cuba Robert Willison National 3 January 3, 1993
Cuba Francisco Delacruz Gayo National 2 December 19, 2012
Dakota Brad Wall National 1 January 3, 2007
Dakota Tom Krupchak National 3 January 3, 2011
Delaware Michael Castle National 1 January 3, 2007
Delaware Kay Pedersen Democrat 2 January 3, 2009
Deseret Chris Mooney National 1 January 3, 2007
Deseret Paul Ashton National 3 January 3, 2011
Florida Kelsey Grammer National 1 January 3, 1995
Florida Adam Putnam National 3 January 3, 2011
Georgia Wyche Fowler Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Georgia Paul Baker National 3 January 3, 2011
Huron Cheryl Stephens Democrat 2 January 3, 2003
Huron David McGuinty Democrat 1 January 3, 2013
Indiana Tim Carter National 1 January 3, 1995
Indiana Joe Horton National 3 January 3, 2011
Illinois Garry E. Shandling Democrat 2 January 1, 1991
Illinois Ted Levine Democrat 3 March 18, 2012
Iowa Jim Kenney Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Iowa Pat Morrill National 3 April 9, 2009
Kahokia Gary Doer Democrat 2 January 3, 2009
Kahokia Brian Pallister National 3 January 3, 2011
Kansas George Sandefur National 3 January 3, 1993
Kansas Craig Mohr National 2 January 3, 2009
Kentucky Mike Longwell National 2 January 3, 1997
Kentucky Chip Gardner National 3 January 3, 2011
Louisiana Josephine Laveau Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Louisiana Tom Straits National 3 January 3, 2005
Maryland Erick James Democrat 3 May 4, 2004
Maryland John Pomerleau Democrat 1 January 3, 2007
Massachusetts Chris Peck Democrat 3 January 1, 1999
Massachusetts James Hartman Democrat 1 January 3, 2013
Michigan Greg Heard Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Michigan John David Pace National 1 January 3, 1995
Minnesota Paul Wellstone Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Minnesota Mark Dayton Democrat 1 January 3, 2001
Mississippi Pat Pryce National 2 January 3, 2003
Mississippi Chip Pickering National 1 January 3, 2007
Missouri David Ketchum National 2 January 3, 1997
Missouri James Fletcher National 1 January 3, 2007
Montana Conrad Burns National 1 January 3, 1989
Montana James Ceres Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Nebraska Robert Kerrey Democrat 1 January 3, 1989
Nebraska Ben Nelson Democrat 2 January 3, 1997
Nevada Brian Sandoval National 1 January 3, 2007
Nevada Calvin Kujack National 3 January 3, 2011
New Hampshire Robert Smith National 2 January 3, 1991
New Hampshire Allison Kramer-Teese National 3 January 3, 2011
New Jersey Jay Silver Democrat 1 November 14, 1998
New Jersey Timothy A. Houlighan National 3 January 3, 2011
New Mexico Jack Mitchell National 2 January 3, 1985
New Mexico Steve Scherr National 1 January 3, 2007
New York Joseph Kaust Democrat 1 November 14, 1998
New York John F. Kennedy, Jr. Democrat 3 January 3, 1999
North Carolina Simpson DeWitt National 3 January 3, 2005
North Carolina Rebecca Ingram Democrat 2 January 3, 2009
Nova Scotia Russell MacLellan Democrat 2 January 3, 1997
Nova Scotia Stephen McNeil Democrat 1 January 3, 2013
Ohio Drew Carey National 3 January 3, 2005
Ohio Harry Fagan National 1 January 3, 2007
Oregon Gerald Robben National 2 January 3, 1997
Oregon Benjamin Ford Democrat 3 January 3, 2011
Pacifica Charles Posey Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Pacifica Alex Burton Democrat 1 January 3, 2013
Peninsula Jacinda Tirica Democrat 3 January 3, 2011
Peninsula Mark Hulsey Democrat 1 January 3, 2013
Pennsylvania H. John Heinz III National 1 January 3, 1977
Pennsylvania Jason Altmire Democrat 2 January 3, 2009
Puerto Rico Arturo Cabelo Democrat 2 December 28, 1966
Puerto Rico Aníbal Acevedo Democrat
Rhode Island Frank Corcoran Democrat 2 January 3, 1997
Rhode Island Lincoln Chafee National 1 November 2, 1999
South Carolina John Ellington Democrat 2 January 3, 2003
South Carolina Lindsey Graham National 3 January 3, 2005
Sequoyah David L. Boren Democrat 2 January 3, 1979
Sequoyah Frank Lucas National 3 January 3, 2011
Texas James Bicky National 1 January 3, 1995
Texas Richard Sample National 2 January 3, ___
Tennessee Bob Clement Democrat 2 January 3, 2003
Tennessee Daniel C. Cobb National 1 January 3, 2007
Vermont Alan Forbes National 3 November 10, 2006
Vermont Phil Scott National 1 January 3, 2007
Virginia William Whitman National 1 January 3, 2007
Virginia Brad Martin Democrat 2 January 3, 2009
Washington Brian Seyfriend Democrat 1 January 3, 2001
Washington Ryan Stiles Democrat 3 January 3, 2005
Wisconsin Bob Gallagher National 1 January 3, 2007
Wisconsin Jim Frost National 3 January 3, 2011

House of Representatives

Alabama (8)

  1. 1st District - Bradley Byrne (N)
  2. 2nd District - Ross Barker (N)
  3. 3rd District - Bob Durant (D)
  4. 4th District - Don Blankenship (N)
  5. 5th District - John L. Burns (N)
  6. 6th District - Jesse Earl Fordham (N)
  7. 7th District - Tom Palteri (N)
  8. 8th District - Earl F. Hilliard (D)

Arkansas (5)

  1. 1st District - Don Shepard (D)
  2. 2nd District - Tim Boyett (N)
  3. 3rd District - Jerry Fowler (D)
  4. 4th District - Jimmy Lee Lawrence (D)
  5. 5th District - Elton C. Copperton (N)

Aroostook (3)

  1. 1st District - Mike Michaud (D)
  2. 2nd District - André Ryder (D)
  3. 3rd District - Rob Moore (N)

California (56)

Colorado (8)

Connecticut (5)

  1. John Larson (D)
  2. Rob Simmons (N)
  3. Tom Romano (N)
  4. Nancy Johnson (N)
  5. Christopher Shays (N)

Cuba (26)

Dakota (2)

  1. 1st District - Paul Klemm (N)
  2. 2nd District - Wendy Myles (D)

Delaware (1)

  1. At-Large - Jim Cox (D)

Deseret (4)

  1. 1st District - Jason Higgins (N)
  2. 2nd District - Kurt Schaffer (N)
  3. 3rd District - Jim Matheson (D)

Florida (22)

Georgia (13)

Huron (16)

  1. 1st District - Sandra Pupatello (D)
  2. 2nd District - Joe Preston (N)
  3. 3rd District - Tony Clement (N)
  4. 4th District - Tony Shaw (N)
  5. 5th District - Steve Clark (N)
  6. 6th District - Jim Karygiannis (D)
  7. 7th District - Michael Hitchfield (N)
  8. 8th District - Valerie Humboldt (N)
  9. 9th District - Jason Morrison (D)
  10. 10th District - Ian Greene (D)
  11. 11th District - Mike Wallace (N)
  12. 12th District - Joe DeCupio (N)
  13. 13th District - Wayne Martson (D)
  14. 14th District - Shelly Birch (D)
  15. 15th District - Mark Quincy (N)
  16. 16th District - Donald Brouch (N)

Indiana (9)

Illinois (17)

Iowa (4)

Kahokia (2)

  1. 1st District - Candice Bergen (N)
  2. 2nd District - Rod Bruinooge (N)

Kansas (4)

  1. 1st District - Tom Hunt (N)
  2. 2nd District - David Green (N)
  3. 3rd District - Mike Pompeo (N)
  4. 4th District - Marcus McWheaton (N)

Kentucky (6)

  1. 1st District - Carl Hooper (N)
  2. 2nd District - Jason Crown (N)
  3. 3rd District - Mark Glenn (D)
  4. 4th District - Hal Rogers (N)
  5. 5th District - Ashley Judd (D)
  6. 6th District - Luke Davis (N)

Louisiana (6)

Maryland (8)

Massacusetts (9)

Michigan (15)

Minnesota (8)

Mississippi (4)

  1. 1st District - Mike Espy (D)
  2. 2nd District - Gene Taylor (D)
  3. 3rd District - Boseman Harper (N)
  4. 4th District - Ellis C. Taylor (N)

Missouri (9)

  1. 1st District - James R. Nicholas (N)
  2. 2nd District - Cynthia Snowbourn (N)
  3. 3rd District - Russ Carnahan (D)
  4. 4th District - Johnny Hewitt (N)
  5. 5th District - Douglas R. Clayborn III (N)
  6. 6th District - Nancy Nishihara (D)
  7. 7th District - Patricia Tyler (N)
  8. 8th District - Bob Hemp (N)
  9. 9th District - DeWitt Palmer (D)

Montana (2)

  1. 1st District - John Engler (D)
  2. 2nd District - Henry Stamp (N)

Nebraska (3)

  1. 1st District - Rudy Pastor (N)
  2. 2nd District - Mark Probst (N)
  3. 3rd District - Patrick Lee (D)

Nevada (3)

New Hampshire (2)

New Jersey (11)

New Mexico (12)

New York (30)

North Carolina (14)

Nova Scotia (5)

  1. 1st District - Robert Goguen (N)
  2. 2nd District - Peter MacKay (N)
  3. 3rd District - Greg Kerr (N)
  4. 4th District - Geoff Regan (D)
  5. 5th District - Carrie Baker (N)

Ohio (15)

Oregon (8)

  1. 1st District - Ellen Howard (D)
  2. 2nd District - Rich Mayhew (D)
  3. 3rd District - Collin Arnold (D)
  4. 4th District - Michael Fitzpatrick (D)
  5. 5th District - Ernest Su (D)
  6. 6th District - Howard Ford (N)
  7. 7th District - Stuart Petrucci (N)
  8. 8th District - Bill Simpson (N)

Pacifica (6)

  1. 1st District - Fin Donnelly (D)
  2. 2nd District - Nick Rackaway (D)
  3. 3rd District - Mike Popovich (N)
  4. 4th District - Brian Stedman (N)
  5. 5th District - Shaun Desoto (D)

Peninsula (9)

Pennsylvania (17)

Puerto Rico (6)

  1. 1st District - Silvio Gonzalez (D)
  2. 2nd District - Emilio Huerta Penabusco (D)
  3. 3rd District - Pilar Ramirez Gallo (D)
  4. 4th District - Peter Sheffield-Castro (D)
  5. 5th District - Juan Pablo Pradi Delgado (N)
  6. 6th District - Anibal Correa (D)

Rhode Island (1)

  1. At Large - Nick Ramirez (D)

South Carolina (7)

  1. Stephen Colbert (D)
  2. Mark Ennis (D)
  3. Bernard C. Patrick (D)
  4. Jeff Duncan (N)
  5. Jeff Louden (N)
  6. Bob Inglis (N)
  7. Doug Hutton (N)

Sequoyah (5)

Texas (36)

Tennessee (9)

Vermont (1)

Virginia (15)

Washington (10)

  1. 1st District - Jean North (N)
  2. 2nd District - Kevin Kemper (N)
  3. 3rd District - Curtis King (N)
  4. 4th District - Luke Johnson (D)
  5. 5th District - Simon Wessman (D)
  6. 6th District - Morgan Liu (D)
  7. 7th District - Jon Potter (N)
  8. 8th District - Eric Wilson (N)
  9. 9th District - Curtis McNeal (D)
  10. 10th District - Bill Nye (D)

Wisconsin (8)

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