Guide to U.S. Elections 7th Edition

Guide to U.S. Elections 7th Edition

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Edited by: Deborah Kalb

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The CQ Press Guide to U.S. Elections, Seventh Edition is a comprehensive, two-volume reference providing information on the U.S. electoral process, in-depth analysis on specific political eras and issues, and everything in between. Thoroughly revised and infused with new data, analysis, and discussion of issues relating to elections through 2015, the Guide will include chapters on: Analysis of the campaigns for presidency, from the primaries through the general election Data on the candidates, winners/losers, and election returns Details on congressional and gubernatorial contests from the primaries through the general elections supplemented with vast historical data Coverage of campaign finance, as well as reapportionment and redistricting Key Features include: Tables, boxes and figures interspersed throughout each chapter Data on campaigns, election methods, and results Complete lists ...

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  • Part I: Elections in America

    Part II: Political Parties

    Part III: Presidential Elections

    Part IV: Congressional Elections

    Part V: Gubernatorial Elections

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    Editor’s Note

    The seventh edition of CQ Press’s Guide to U.S. Elections is published following the national elections of 2012 in which Barack Obama was reelected president of the United States, and in time for readers to gain a firm foundation of the election process as the 2016 campaigns heat up and primary season begins. Since the 2008 elections, the U.S. experienced considerable evolution in terms of campaign finance and shifts in partisan control of Congress. In three major U.S. Supreme Court cases brought against the Federal Election Commission, the Court’s decisions allowed for a dramatic increase of soft money in politics—money unregulated by the FEC. Aided by the explosion of Super PACs, both the Obama and Romney campaigns each raised more than an unprecedented $1 billion. And while the Democrats maintained their hold on the executive branch, the Republicans made strides in claiming ever more victories in Congress, seizing control of the House in 2010 and then the Senate in 2014. As of 2015, Republicans controlled the majority of state legislatures and governorships. Going into the 2016 elections, money and strict partisanship will continue to influence outcomes and the direction of the country for the next four years.

    The revised Guide to U.S. Elections tells this remarkable story while, at the same time, setting the events of recent years in the context of the long historical development of politics and elections in the United States. The volume has been expanded in many ways to provide readers a logical and comprehensive explanation of voting—the fundamental act of self-government.

    The editors of this new edition have retained numerous features and content from earlier editions, including multiple means of accessing information, such as use of cross-reference page flags and several indexes. This edition also continues to emphasize the origins and development of U.S. elections at the federal and state levels as well as the rise of such important issues as campaign finance reform, redistricting and reapportionment, and voter turnout. Its historical background provides a framework for better understanding the comprehensive array of election returns that are the central feature of the Guide.

    Part I: Elections in America. This section provides readers with a broad overview of the U.S. elections system. The introductory chapter, “The Evolution of American Elections,” outlines the history of elections, with a particular emphasis on the last seventy years of the twentieth century and the early years of the twenty-first. This chapter also includes a list of election milestones for more than two hundred years.

    The second chapter, “Elections: An Expanding Franchise,” discusses the long—and often slow—expansion of the franchise in the United States from a highly restricted right to vote in its earliest days to the universal voting privilege that exists today.

    Part II: Political Parties.Chapter 3 on campaign finance was developed to chronicle the overriding importance—and influence—of campaign spending and contributions as they became one of the most controversial aspects of U.S. elections. Substantially revised for this edition, this chapter highlights the U.S. Supreme Court decisions in Citizens United v. FEC,SpeechNow.org v. FEC, and McCutcheon v. FEC and their consequences, intended and otherwise. Chapter 4, “Politics and Issues, 1945–2014,” helps readers better understand the historical context in which elections since World War II have been held.

    Chapter 5, “Political Party Development,” provides a history of the evolution of parties, examines party systems, and addresses the question of why two parties. Chapter 6, “Historical Profiles of American Political Parties,” profiles all major and most minor U.S. parties, many of which no longer exist.

    Part II also contains Chapter 7, which discusses the southern electoral experience, including the historical significance of southern primaries that wielded a disproportionate impact upon the American electoral process during much of the twentieth century.

    Part III: Presidential Elections. This section reviews all U.S. presidential races and includes a detailed elections chronology, nominating convention highlights, platforms, ballots, electoral college results (with accompanying maps), and popular vote returns for primaries and general elections.

    Part IV: Congressional Elections. This section provides detailed election returns for Congress from 1842 to the present in the House and from 1913 (when popular vote was first used) to the present in the Senate. The election data are supported by chapters explaining the history and evolution of voting for members of the legislative branch of government. Readers also will find in this section a listing of senators, their dates of service in office, and Senate primary election returns.

    Part IV also includes Chapter 22 on the history of reapportionment and redistricting, the historically decennial process that realigns representation in the House after every census. The chapter examines the way that population location, growth, and decline have affected the allocation of House seats throughout U.S. history. Included is the “mid-decade” redistricting in Texas during the 2000s, and the influential 2013 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Shelby County v. Holder that struck down a part of the Voting Rights Act involving federal approval of changes in election law and district maps in states with a history of racial discrimination.

    Part V: Gubernatorial Elections. This section follows the pattern of the previous sections with a detailed listing of general and primary returns for the election of governors, supported by chapter 27 discussing gubernatorial history. A list of governors and their dates in office is included.

    Finding Information

    A reader can locate information in a number of ways. The table of contents offers an overall view of the book’s scope and allows quick access to major sections. Primary divisional headings direct a reader quickly to more specific information. A separate listing identifies tables, figures, and boxes.

    The reader can also turn to one of the six candidate indexes: presidential; House; Senate general; Senate primary; gubernatorial general; and gubernatorial primary. Each of these indexes lists the year(s) each candidate ran for office.

    The general index provides references to all sections of the Guide, except the popular returns, which are indexed in the candidate indexes. The general index can be used independently as a source of information separate from the candidate indexes.

    ICPSR and Other Election Data

    The bulk of election returns used in the Guide to U.S. Elections for presidential, gubernatorial, Senate, House, and southern primary races was supplied by the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) at the University of Michigan. Except where noted, returns through 1972 came from the ICPSR. (See box, ICPSR Historical Election Returns File, p. xviii, and details on the presentation of these returns in this book.) CQ Press is grateful to the ICPSR staff for its assistance and advice in supplementing this information since the first edition in 1975.

    Major sources used to update or supplement the ICPSR data are identified at the beginning of each section. The primary sources include the biennial America Votes series, compiled by Richard M. Scammon, Alice V. McGillivray, and Rhodes Cook; and American State Governors, 1776–1976, Vol. 1, by Joseph E. Kallenbach and Jessamine S. Kallenbach. Additional valuable assistance in adding and correcting data and supplying missing full names has been provided by elections scholars Michael Dubin and Kenneth C. Martis.

    Contributors

    Any reference book of 2,000 pages that was first published nearly thirty-five years ago is the work of many individuals, and this edition of the Guide is no exception. The seventh edition was under the general direction of volume editor Deborah Kalb, a freelance writer, author, and frequent contributor to CQ Press books, and she provided revisions to the book introduction. These authors have updated the following chapters for this edition. All remaining chapters were updated by CQ Press.

    Julia Azari, Marquette University

    1: The Evolution of American Elections

    4: Politics and Issues, 1945–2014

    Jamie L. Carson and Ryan D. Williamson, University of Georgia

    20: Introduction to Congressional Elections

    Marian Currinder, Center for Political Accountability

    3: Campaign Finance

    Robert L. Dudley, George Mason University

    17: The Electoral College

    Richard J. Hardy, Western Illinois University

    2: Elections: An Expanding Franchise

    Molly Jackman, Vanderbilt University

    28: Introduction to Gubernatorial Elections

    Seth C. McKee, Texas Tech University

    7: The Southern Electoral Experience

    Tom Miles, University of North Texas

    14: Convention Chronology, 1831–2012

    15: Key Convention Ballots

    21: House Elections

    24: Senate Elections

    William J. Miller, Flagler College

    9: Chronology of Presidential Elections

    10: Presidential Primaries

    22: Reapportionment and Redistricting

    Gerhard Peters, Citrus College

    8: Introduction to Presidential Elections

    Chapman Rackaway, Fort Hays State University

    5: Political Party Development

    6: Historical Profiles of American Political Parties

    12: Nominating Conventions

    Their efforts have enhanced the foundation laid by those who contributed to one or more earlier editions. These contributors include Bob Benenson, Joe Cantor, Rhodes Cook, Michael Dubin, Phil Duncan, Alan Ehrenhalt, Ronald D. Elving, Charles C. Euchner, Paul Finkelman, Doug Goldenberg-Hart, David Hosansky, Deborah Kalb, Fenton Martin, John Moore, Warden Moxley, Patricia Ann O’Connor, Matt Pinkus, Gerald Pomper, Jon Preimesberger, Robert H. Resnick, David R. Tarr, and Elizabeth Wehr.

    Inevitably in a reference work of this size and complexity, errors and omissions occur. We are grateful to the diligent readers who have noted possible errors in earlier editions and have supplied additional details where existing information was missing or incomplete. In all cases, editors have attempted to verify new details brought to our attention and have made revisions where possible. CQ Press again invites comments and suggestions from scholars and other users of the Guide to U.S. Elections.

    Introduction The Obama Presidency: Elections in an Era of Partisanship

    The drama of the election of 2008 came from its leading man, Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois. As the first African American to be elected president of the United States, his ascent to power marked a transformation in American politics and an epochal ending to this nation’s sad heritage of slavery and segregation. The sense of hope that accompanied his first election was soon over, however, as fierce partisanship between Democrats and Republicans came to define his years in office. Obama won reelection in 2012 by a slightly smaller but still decisive margin, but the GOP won control of the House in the 2010 midterm elections and of the Senate four years later.

    Obama’s 2012 reelection victory against Republican Mitt Romney, a former governor of Massachusetts, came against a backdrop of gridlock on Capitol Hill and an increasing lack of faith among the American public in their government. Still, in both 2008 and 2012 the institutional structure of the elections remained stable and normal by historical standards. Presidential victory, as prescribed in the Constitution, came from winning an absolute majority of the Electoral College. In 2012 Obama gained 332 votes to Romney’s 206 votes; in 2008 Obama had won 365 votes to his opponent Sen. John McCain’s 173 votes. In all but two states, Maine and Nebraska, which allocated votes by district, these electoral votes were awarded to the candidate who received a majority of the state’s popular vote. (Unlike the controversial results in the presidential election of 2000, and in the earlier 1876 contest, there were no disputes in the counting of the vote in 2008 or 2012.)

    As is typical in the United States, the election featured only two significant parties: the Democrats and the Republicans. To win the single national office of the presidency (and gain the required electoral majority), politicians must form multistate coalitions. Although many minor parties entered the 2012 contest, they had no significant support, in contrast to previous elections where independent candidates deprived a major party candidate of a national victory. For instance, in 1992 Democratic candidate Bill Clinton won the presidency with only 43 percent of the popular vote over George H. W. Bush’s 37 percent because H. Ross Perot of the Reform Party took almost 19 percent (but no electoral votes). In 2000 some supporters of Al Gore blamed Ralph Nader of the Green Party for the Democrats losing the election to Republican George W. Bush. Nader took nearly 3 million votes nationwide and won crucial shares in closely fought Florida and New Hampshire, where a win in either state would have given Gore the White House.

    The results of the 2012 election were quite different. The tally was resolute: Democrat Obama won 65.9 million votes, down slightly from his record-setting numbers in 2008, achieving 51 percent of the national popular vote total and a margin of 5 million over Republican Romney. Obama’s 2008 victory, with 69.5 percent of the vote, had been the most decisive presidential election victory in a generation, except for Ronald Reagan’s second presidential election victory in 1984. The former senator from Chicago became only the fourth Democratic nominee in U.S. history to win a decisive majority of the popular vote—joining the lonely figures in the party pantheon of Andrew Jackson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Lyndon Johnson. Restoring the Democrats to the White House, Obama reversed the outcome of George W. Bush’s minority selection in 2000 and his thin 51.2 percent majority in 2004. By winning a second term with a majority of the vote both times, Obama joined just a handful of other presidents to achieve that feat. The most recent had been Reagan, and the most recent Democrat had been Franklin D. Roosevelt, who won four consecutive elections after receiving the majority vote each time.

    The number of voters in the 2008 election increased to nearly 131 million, 61.6 percent of eligible adult citizens. Although this turnout was only a 1.5 percent increase over 2004, it represented a continuing revival of voting turnout from the low points in preceding decades. In 2012 participation was just over 133 million. One reason for this turnout increase in recent elections was the spread of early mail and absentee voting, enabling voters to cast their ballots without traveling to polling stations. In 2008, 29.7 percent of voters cast their ballots early, and the number increased to 31.6 percent in 2012. Overall turnout in 2008 grew considerably among nonwhite voters, in response to the extended contest for the Democratic presidential nomination and Obama’s candidacy. Minority voters constituted more than a quarter of the total turnout, the largest proportion ever recorded. In 2012 the percentage of nonwhite voters remained high at a record 27.1 percent.

    Obama’s campaigns also changed the nation’s electoral map. In the last quarter of the twentieth century, the Republican Party approached an “electoral lock” on the presidency, based on its dominance in the South, lower Midwest, Plains, and Mountain West. Democrats seemed confined to the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and the upper Midwest. To win the White House with this limited coalition, Democrats required victories in almost all of these states, neglecting wide swathes of the nation. (When Democrats lost just one critical state—Florida in 2000 and Ohio in 2004—they also lost the national electoral count.)

    Obama gained a national victory in 2008 by carrying twenty-eight states, the District of Columbia, and a single electoral vote from Nebraska. He captured all states that supported John Kerry in 2004 as well as nine states that had voted for Bush. In contrast to four years earlier, Obama swept the Midwest, carried three of the former Confederate states in the South, and mobilized new voters to win three of the eight states in the Rocky Mountains. He may have laid the foundation for a “blue wall” of Democratic states, engendering the basis for long-term national victories. The 2012 map looked similar, except that Obama lost Indiana and North Carolina, as well as Nebraska’s 2nd Congressional District, all of which he had won in 2008.

    The patterns of individual voting also changed considerably in 2008, as Obama gained Democratic votes among virtually every social group, in particular younger voters and minority groups, whether African American, Hispanic, or Asian. Despite the concerns that racial prejudice would lose votes for Obama, a candidate of mixed racial parentage, whites (other than those in the Deep South) increased their support of the Democrats. The white shift was limited, as a majority continued to vote Republican as they have for forty years, but Obama actually fared better among white voters than most recent Democratic candidates, all of them Caucasians. In 2012 Obama’s percentage of the white vote dropped a little, from 43 percent to 39 percent, but he still remained within the range for Democratic candidates in recent decades.

    In addition, Obama’s financial success most likely ended the utility of the federal regulation of presidential election spending begun in 1974. That system would have given the Democratic candidate government funds for the fall campaign, in return for a limitation on his direct spending. In 2008 Obama rejected the government money, instead relying on innovative solicitation of donations through the Internet. His campaign raised $750 million from more than 3 million contributors during the course of his nomination and general election efforts. In these combined efforts, he outspent McCain by a 3–1 margin, changing the parameters of money in politics. In 2012 both Obama and Romney opted to turn down the government funds. With the inclusion of funds from the Democratic National Committee and Republican National Committee, each candidate’s campaign and their respective super PACs raised over $1 billion in the most expensive race to date.

    Obama’s campaigns contributed to the movement of American elections decisively into the era of computer and Internet politics. In 2008 his campaign organization developed an e-mail list of 13 million addresses and sent more than 1 billion e-mail messages, sponsored 35,000 volunteer groups, 3.2 million Facebook enrollments, and made 3 million phone calls to spur turnout in the last four days before the election. The electronic campaign was reinforced by the most extensive ground canvas in U.S. presidential history, mobilizing millions of paid and volunteer staff to identify supporters, register them as voters, and get them to mark their ballots early or at the polls. His organization continued its successful efforts in 2012, adapting to the quickly changing technologies that had developed even since 2008. The campaign—which employed a chief technology officer, a chief innovation officer, as well as a director of analytics—created a large database that linked various lists of voters, donors, volunteers, and others to one another, and also built a web-based program that allowed campaign workers and field offices to communicate with one another more easily. These efforts greatly improved campaign communication and contributed to Obama’s successful reelection.1

    If it is true that the elections of 2008 and 2012 changed American politics, they built on a long, rich and varied political tradition, a tradition that remains persistent, influential, and extensive. While the outcome of a presidential race often dominates election coverage, the full story must include what happens before voters go to the polls. Competitive elections have been held for more than two centuries in the United States, and the vote for the presidency is not the only vote that Americans cast. Nearly 550 federal offices, including representatives and senators, are contested over the six-year electoral cycle, and races for governorships and other state and local posts push into the thousands the total number of people chosen each year.

    To encompass such a vast array of information, Guide to U.S. Elections is conveniently divided into five parts to allow for quick and specific research. Parts I, II, and III outline the U.S. political system and electoral process. Parts III, IV, and V make it possible for readers from Alabama to Wyoming to trace how their states have voted in presidential, congressional, and gubernatorial elections for as long as the states have been part of the Union. Last but not least, several thorough indexes make it easy to find information quickly.

    Part I, “Elections in America,” is valuable in showing how the constitutional framework of a separately elected chief executive and legislature has survived for more than two centuries through a process of adaptation. While the United States has the oldest continuous history of competitive elections, suffrage was far from democratic for more than half this period. As Chapter 2, “Elections: An Expanding Franchise,” clarifies, the right to vote was initially restricted to adult white males with property, and some states followed the English practice of the period by not allowing Catholics or Jews to vote. In the nineteenth century, a large majority of white males were enfranchised, but women did not earn the right to vote until the adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920. For African Americans, although many were temporarily enfranchised after the Civil War, their right to vote was not guaranteed until the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Constitutional amendments since 1961 have also extended the presidential vote to residents of the District of Columbia, prohibited poll taxes, and lowered the voting age to eighteen. More recently, legislation has facilitated voting through “motor-voter” registration and improvements in electoral administration through the Help America Vote Act of 2002. And Chapter 3, “Campaign Finance,” looks at the history of money’s impact on politics, including an update on recent Supreme Court cases that led to significant changes in how modern-day campaigns are financed.

    Although presidential races are often turned into personality contests, they are also about issues, as Chapter 4, “Politics and Issues, 1945–2012,” illustrates. Democrats Harry Truman and Lyndon Johnson won elections emphasizing expansive social programs financed through taxation, while other Democratic candidates have lost on these same issues. Republican Ronald Reagan campaigned against big government and won two elections, while fellow Republican Barry Goldwater took a similar position and was buried in a landslide by Johnson and his Great Society program. Commitments of troops to battle overseas have long fostered political debate, as seen in controversies over American interventions in Iraq and, earlier, in Korea and Vietnam. The 2012 presidential race centered on the Obama administration’s record during the president’s first term in office, including one of his top priorities, the controversial Affordable Care Act. Supporters, mostly Democrats, argued that the law would give more Americans access to health insurance, but Republican opponents painted it as wasteful and an example of government overreach. Though Romney had presided over a similar health care program as governor of Massachusetts, he spoke out against what came to be known as “Obamacare.” In general, during Obama’s first four years in office the country’s economy was still shaky and concerns about terrorism remained, leaving room for Republicans to make a case for change. Indeed, the GOP had done well in the 2010 midterms, winning control of the House. But Republicans suffered from internal infighting, particularly between party traditionalists and insurgent members of the antigovernment Tea Party faction, and this feuding contributed to gridlock on Capitol Hill. In the end, Obama prevailed over Romney.

    Part II, “Political Parties,” explains that American elections take place within a structure of partisanship deeply rooted in the institutions and historical development of the U.S. political system, despite the Founders’ disdain of “factions.” Chapter 5, “Political Party Development,” outlines that electoral competition between two parties emerged soon after the implementation of the Constitution, revived in the 1820s, and continued through a series of competitions among Federalists, Democrat-Republicans (soon renamed Democrats), Whigs, and Republicans. Although two major parties usually dominated, third, fourth, and other minor parties contested many elections. Since the Civil War, the basic competition has been between Republicans and Democrats, but the two parties have changed their relative positions back and forth and have regularly been challenged by other social and political movements.

    Chapter 6, “Historical Profiles of American Political Parties,” throws light on what is obscured by the assertion that the United States has a two-party system. Third parties have not won the White House or many seats in Congress but their interventions have sometimes determined which of the two leading parties won and forced changes in their positions. Chapter 7, “The Southern Electoral Experience,” explains how state institutions were used to maintain a system of racially biased competition in which whites could vote but African Americans could not until the federal courts and Congress guaranteed the right of people of all races to vote.

    Presidential candidates may appeal to voters as personalities, but they owe their place on the ballot to the party that nominates them. Part III, “Presidential Elections,” documents the changing path to securing the nomination. Chapter 9, “Chronology of Presidential Elections,” provides an overview of all of the major elections since the emergence of the electoral process to the reelection of Obama in 2012.

    The stage for presidential elections is set by the parties’ nomination of candidates. From the launch of party politics until the mid-twentieth century, national conventions of party elites decided who would be the Democratic and Republican candidates. In recent years, however, primaries have become critical in winning party leadership, as described in Chapter 10, “Presidential Primaries.” The structure of primaries, however, has been inconsistent—changing over the years and held at different times and by different rules in the several states.

    The primary system has been transformed in recent years and was dramatically different in 2008. “Front-loading,” the shift of state contests to earlier dates, has resulted in a virtual national primary, with a near-majority of delegates to the national conventions chosen on a single day. For Republicans in 2008, the effect was the early victory of McCain. For Democrats, the effect was the early narrowing of the race to two candidates, Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York, who contended throughout the spring in a series of contests that eventually engaged voters in every state. In recent years party leaders have tried to put the brakes on frontloading, but many contests still occur very early in the process. In the 2012 campaign, while Obama enjoyed smooth sailing toward renomination, a wide field of Republicans competed for their party’s seal of approval, with Romney, seen as a more moderate or old-school traditionalist Republican, prevailing over some more conservative opponents.

    Paralleling the dominant impact of primaries, the autonomous power of the national conventions further eroded in 2008 and 2012, as discussed in Chapter 12, “Nominating Conventions,” and Chapter 14, “Convention Chronology, 1831–2012.” The party meetings have become little more than ritual endorsements of the presidential candidates chosen in the earlier direct contests, and even the vice-presidential nominees are no longer selected by convention delegates. In 2008 the running mates—Delaware senator Joseph Biden and Alaska governor Sarah Palin, the first woman on a Republican ticket—were selected in advance by the prospective presidential nominees. In 2012 Biden continued as Obama’s running mate, and Romney selected Wisconsin congressman Paul Ryan as his running mate in advance of the Republican convention. Part III concludes with the roles and final tallies of the popular vote and electoral college vote in Chapter 16, “Popular Vote Returns for President,” and Chapter 17, “The Electoral College.”

    Electing a president is only one part of a U.S. national election, which also involves the choice of all 435 members of the House of Representatives and a third of the Senate, which is likely to determine which party controls the upper house of Congress. The outcome of elections for the House and Senate is critical in determining what a president can and cannot do domestically. Part IV, “Congressional Elections,” documents the results of elections for the House since 1824 and since the popular election of senators began in 1913. In the past several decades, an increase in split-ticket voting (an individual voting for candidates of different parties for president and for Congress) has led to an era of divided government, with different parties in control of the White House and Congress. Divided government has been deplored on the grounds that it blurs accountability for the actions of government and makes it more difficult for the president, the only official accountable to the nation as a whole, to carry through a party program. Nevertheless, it became typical after 1968; one party controlled both branches of the national government for only six years during the last third of the twentieth century.

    In the opening years of the twenty-first century, there was some return to the historical patterns of one-party control of the White House and both houses of Congress. Republicans enjoyed this power during most of the first six years of the administration of George W. Bush. Democrats took control of both houses of Congress in 2006 and then increased their power in 2008 with Obama’s capture of the presidency and increased margins of 257–178 in the House and 60–40 in the Senate. But after two years of Democratic control on both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue, Republicans won control of the House in the 2010 midterm elections, and later won the Senate in the 2014 midterms, leaving Republicans in full control of Capitol Hill. At the level of the congressional district, elections to the House of Representatives are often uncompetitive. Many representatives tend to win by a landslide, and in 2014, 95 percent of House incumbents were reelected. (The percentage was somewhat lower in the Senate, where 82 percent of incumbents were reelected.)

    In a federal system, the governors of the fifty states are closer to their voters than is the president. Part V, “Gubernatorial Elections,” outlines the outcome of gubernatorial elections from the beginning of the United States and gives an overview of the role of governor, with information on methods of election and term limits. The section also lists every governor who has served in the United States, including the short period for the new nation after the Revolutionary War but before the adoption of the Constitution.

    Given the number of offices up for election in a four-year period and the number of elections since 1789, any reference book on elections must be large to be useful. This seventh edition of the Guide to U.S. Elections is comprehensive, offering readers a one-stop service, bringing together results that would otherwise be scattered across many books and libraries and often unavailable or hidden on Web sites. It was designed to invite hours of browsing for insights into American politics of the past, present, and speculative future. New features build on decades of authoritative work on U.S. elections by CQ Press staff to present complex information clearly in both prose and tables.

    Note

    1. For more on the Obama campaign’s use of technology and social media, see Dan Balz, “How the Obama Campaign Won the Race for Voter Data,” Washington Post, July 28, 2013, www.washingtonpost.com/politics/how-the-obama-campaign-won-the-race-for-voter-data/2013/07/28/ad32c7b4-ee4e-11e2-a1f9-ea873b7e0424_story.html.

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  • Reference Materials

    • Constitutional Provisions and Amendments on Elections 1825
    • Population of the United States and Puerto Rico, 1790–2010 1828
    • Changing Methods of Electing Presidential Electors, 1788–1836 1830
    • Presidential Nominating Campaign Lengths, 1968–2012 1832
    • Victorious Party in Presidential Races, 1860–2012 1834
    • Distribution of House Seats and Electoral Votes 1836
    • Election Results, Congress and the Presidency, 1860–2014 1838
    • Results of House Elections, 1928–2014 1840
    • Sessions of the U.S. Congress, 1789–2015 1846
    • Speakers of the House of Representatives, 1789–2015 1856
    • House Floor Leaders, 1899–2015 1857
    • Senate Floor Leaders, 1911–2015 1858
    • Election-Related Web Sites 1859
    • Political Party Abbreviations 1862
    • Selected Bibliography 1867

    Constitutional provisions and amendments on elections

    Article I

    Section 2: The House of Representatives shall be composed of Members chosen every second Year by the People of the several States, and the Electors in each State shall have the Qualifications requisite for Electors of the most numerous Branch of the State Legislature.

    No Person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained to the age of twenty five Years, and been seven Years a Citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an Inhabitant of that State in which he shall be chosen.

    Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole Number of free Persons, including those bound to Service for a Term of Years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three fifths of all other Persons. The actual Enumeration shall be made within three Years after the first Meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent Term of ten Years, in such Manner as they shall by Law direct. The Number of Representatives shall not exceed one for every thirty thousand, but each State shall have at least one Representative. . . .

    When vacancies happen in the Representation from any State, the Executive Authority thereof shall issue Writs of Election to fill such Vacancies.

    Section 3: The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators from each State, chosen by the Legislature thereof, for six Years, and each Senator shall have one Vote.

    Immediately after they shall be assembled in Consequence of the first Election, they shall be divided as equally as may be into three Classes. The Seats of the Senators of the first Class shall be vacated at the Expiration of the second Year, of the second Class at the Expiration of the fourth Year, and of the third Class at the Expiration of the sixth Year, so that one third may be chosen every second Year; and if Vacancies happen by Resignation, or otherwise, during the Recess of the Legislature of any State, the Executive thereof may make temporary Appointments until the next Meeting of the Legislature, which shall then fill such Vacancies.

    No Person shall be a Senator who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty Years, and been nine Years a Citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an Inhabitant of that State for which he shall be chosen. . . .

    Section 4: The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time by Law make or alter such Regulations, except as to the Place of Chusing Senators.

    The Congress shall assemble at least once in every Year, and such Meeting shall be on the first Monday in December, unless they shall by Law appoint a different Day.

    Section 5: Each House shall be the Judge of the Elections, Returns and Qualifications of its own Members, and a Majority of each shall constitute a Quorum to do Business. . . .

    Article II

    Section 1: The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. He shall hold his Office during the Term of four Years, and, together with the Vice President, chosen for the same term, be elected, as follows.

    Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress: but no Senator or Representative, or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States, shall be appointed an Elector.

    [The Electors shall meet in their respective States, and vote by Ballot for two Persons, of whom one at least shall not be an Inhabitant of the same State with themselves. And they shall make a List of all the Persons voted for, and of the Number of Votes for each; which List they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the Seat of the Government of the United States, directed to the President of the Senate. The President of the Senate shall, in the Presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, open all the Certificates, and the Votes shall then be counted. The Person having the greatest Number of Votes shall be the President, if such Number be a Majority of the whole Number of Electors appointed; and if there be more than one who have such Majority, and have an equal Number of Votes, then the House of Representatives shall immediately chuse by Ballot one of them for President; and if no Person have a Majority, then from the five highest on the List the said House shall in like Manner chuse the President. But in chusing the President, the Votes shall be taken by States, the Representation from each State having one Vote; a quorum for this Purpose shall consist of a Member or Members from two thirds of the States, and a Majority of all the States shall be necessary to a Choice. In every Case, after the Choice of the President, the Person having the greatest Number of Votes of the Electors shall be the Vice President. But if there should remain two or more who have equal Votes, the Senate shall chuse from them by Ballot the Vice-President.]1

    The Congress may determine the Time of chusing the Electors, and the Day on which they shall give their Votes; which Day shall be the same throughout the United States.

    No person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.

    Amendment XII

    (Ratified July 27, 1804)

    The Electors shall meet in their respective states and vote by ballot for President and Vice-President, one of whom, at least, shall not be an inhabitant of the same state with themselves; they shall name in their ballots the person voted for as President, and in distinct ballots the person voted for as Vice-President, and they shall make distinct lists of all persons voted for as President, and of all persons voted for as Vice-President, and of the number of votes for each, which lists they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the seat of the government of the United States, directed to the President of the Senate; . . .The person having the greatest number of votes for President, shall be the President, if such number be a majority of the whole number of Electors appointed; and if no person have such majority, then from the persons having the highest numbers not exceeding three on the list of those voted for as President, the House of Representatives shall choose immediately, by ballot, the President. But in choosing the President, the votes shall be taken by states, the representation from each state having one vote; a quorum for this purpose shall consist of a member or members from two-thirds of the states, and a majority of all the states shall be necessary to a choice. [And if the House of Representatives shall not choose a President whenever the right of choice shall devolve upon them, before the fourth day of March next following, then the Vice-President shall act as President, as in the case of the death or other constitutional disability of the President.—]2 The person having the greatest number of votes as Vice-President, shall be the Vice-President, if such number be a majority of the whole number of Electors appointed, and if no person have a majority, then from the two highest numbers on the list, the Senate shall choose the Vice President; a quorum for the purpose shall consist of two-thirds of the whole number of Senators, and a majority of the whole number shall be necessary to a choice. But no person constitutionally ineligible to the office of President shall be eligible to that of Vice-President of the United States.

    Amendment XIV

    (Ratified July 9, 1968)

    Section 2: Representatives shall be apportioned among the several States according to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of persons in each State, excluding Indians not taxed. But when the right to vote at any election for the choice of electors for President and Vice President of the United States, Representatives in Congress, the Executive and Judicial officers of a State, or the members of the Legislature thereof, is denied to any of the male inhabitants of such State, being twenty-one years of age,3 and citizens of the United States, or in any way abridged, except for participation in rebellion, or other crime, the basis of representation therein shall be reduced in the proportion which the number of such male citizens shall bear to the whole number of male citizens twenty-one years of age in such State.

    Section 3: No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice President, or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or under any State, who, having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a member of any State legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any State, to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability.

    Amendment XV

    (Ratified February 3, 1870)

    The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.

    Amendment XVII

    (Ratified April 8, 1913)

    The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators from each State, elected by the people thereof, for six years; and each Senator shall have one vote. The electors in each State shall have the qualification requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the State legislatures.

    When vacancies happen in the representation of any State in the Senate, the executive authority of such State shall issue writs of election to fill such vacancies: Provided, That the legislature of any State may empower the executive thereof to make temporary appointments until the people fill the vacancies by election as the legislature may direct.

    This amendment shall not be so construed as to affect the election or term of any Senator chosen before it becomes valid as part of the Constitution.

    Amendment XIX

    (Ratified August 18, 1920)

    The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.

    Amendment XX

    (Ratified January 23, 1933)

    Section 1: The terms of the President and Vice President shall end at noon on the 20th day of January, and the terms of the Senators and Representatives at noon on the 3d day of January, of the years in which such terms would have ended if this article had not been ratified; and the terms of their successors shall then begin.

    Section 2: The Congress shall assemble at least once in every year, and such meeting shall begin at noon on the 3d day of January, unless they by law appoint a different day.

    Section 3: If, at the time fixed for the beginning of the term of the President, the President elect shall have died, the Vice President elect shall become President. If a President shall not have been chosen before the time fixed for the beginning of his term, or if the President elect shall have failed to qualify, then the Vice President elect shall act as President until a President shall have qualified; and the Congress may by law provide for the case wherein neither a President elect nor a Vice President elect shall have qualified, declaring who shall then act as President, or the manner in which one who is to act shall be selected, and such person shall act accordingly until a President or Vice President shall have qualified.

    Section 4: The Congress may by law provide for the case of the death of any of the persons from whom the House of Representatives may choose a President whenever the right of choice shall have devolved upon them, and for the case of the death of any of the persons from whom the Senate may choose a Vice President whenever the right of choice shall have devolved upon them. . . .

    Amendment XXII

    (Ratified February 27, 1951)

    No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of the President more than once. But this Article shall not apply to any person holding the office of President, when this Article was proposed by the Congress, and shall not prevent any person who may be holding the office of President, or acting as President, during the term within which this Article becomes operative form holding the office of President or acting as President during the remainder of such term.

    Amendment XXIV

    (Ratified January 23, 1964)

    The right of citizens of the United States to vote in any primary or other election for President or Vice President, for electors for President or Vice President, or for Senator or Representative in Congress, shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on by reason of failure to pay any poll tax or other tax.

    Amendment XXV

    (Ratified February 10, 1967)

    Section 1: In case of the removal of the President from office or of his death or resignation, the Vice President shall become President.

    Section 2: Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, the President shall nominate a Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress.

    Section 3: Whenever the President transmits to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives his written declaration that he is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, and until he transmits to them a written declaration to the contrary, such powers and duties shall be discharged by the Vice President as Acting President.

    Section 4: Whenever the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, transmit to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting President.

    Thereafter, when the President transmits to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives his written declaration that no inability exists, he shall resume the powers and duties of his office unless the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, transmit within four days to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office. Thereupon Congress shall decide the issue, assembling within forty-eight hours for that purpose if not in session. If the Congress, within twenty-one days after receipt of the latter written declaration, or, if Congress is not in session, within twenty-one days after Congress is required to assemble, determines by two-thirds vote of both houses that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall continue to discharge the same as Acting President; otherwise, the President shall resume the powers and duties of his office.

    Amendment XXVI

    (Ratified July 1, 1971)

    Section 1: The right of citizens of the United States, who are eighteen years of age or older, to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of age.

    Population of the United States and Puerto Rico, 1790–2010

    Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census.

    1. Alabama. Population of those parts of Mississippi Territory now in Alabama.

    2. Alaska. 1940 Census taken as of Oct. 1, 1939; 1930 Census, as of Oct. 1, 1929.

    3. Illinois. Population of Illinois Territory, which comprised area constituting State of Illinois, almost all of Wisconsin, the western part of the upper peninsula of Michigan, and the northeastern part of Minnesota.

    4. Indiana. 1810 figure includes population of area separated in 1816; 1800 figure includes population (3,124) of those portions of Indiana Territory that were taken to form Michigan and Illinois Territories in 1805 and 1809, respectively, and that portion that was separated in 1816.

    5. Iowa. Includes population of area constituting that part of Minnesota lying west of the Mississippi River and a line drawn from it source northwards to the Canadian boundary.

    6. Michigan. Population of Michigan Territory as then constituted; boundaries changed in 1816, 1818, 1834, and 1836.

    7. Mississippi. Population of those parts of present state included in Mississippi Territory as then constituted.

    8. Nevada. Population of Nevada Territory as organized in 1861.

    9. New Mexico. 1860 figure includes population of area taken to form part of Arizona Territory in 1863. 1850 figure is for Territory of New Mexico, which included greater parts of present states of Arizona and New Mexico and smaller parts of Colorado and Nevada.

    10. Dakotas. Population of Dakota Territory.

    11. Ohio. Population of Territory northwest of the River Ohio.

    12. Puerto Rico. Census taken as of Nov. 10, 1899, by War Department.

    13. Utah. Population of Utah Territory exclusive of that part of present state of Colorado taken to form Colorado Territory in 1861.

    14. Washington. 1860 figure includes population of Idaho and parts of Montana and Wyoming. 1850 figure of population of those parts of Oregon Territory taken to form part of Washington Territory in 1853 and 1859.

    15. Wisconsin. Includes population of that part of Minnesota northeast of the Mississippi River.

    16. Includes persons (6,100 in 1840 and 5,318 in 1830) on public ships in the service of the United States, not credited to any region, division, or state.

    17. Includes population (325,464) of Indian Territory and Indian reservations specially enumerated in 1890 but not included in general report on population for 1890.

    Changing Methods of Electing Presidential Electors, 1788–1836

    Source: Bureau of the Census, Historical Statistics of the United States; Colonial Times to 1970 (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1975). Explanation of symbols: L—by Legislature; GT—by people, on general ticket; D—by people in districts; A—by people, in the state at large; E—by electors. The number in parentheses following the symbol “D” is the number of districts into which the state was divided. As a rule, each district elected 1 elector. The number in parentheses following the symbol “A” is the number of electors elected at large.

    1. Each qualified voter voted for 1 elector. The 3 electors who received most votes in the state were elected.

    2. Each district elected 4 electors.

    3. Two districts chose 5 electors each, and one chose 4 electors.

    4. During the years 1804–1828, Maryland chose 11 electors in nine districts, two of the districts elected two members each.

    5. One district chose 4 electors; one district, 2 electors; and one district, 1 elector.

    6. Each of the eight districts chose 2 electors, from which the General Court (the legislature) selected 1. It also elected 2 electors at large.

    7. Two of the districts voted for five members each, and two for three members each. A majority of votes was necessary for a choice. In case of failure to elect by popular vote the General Court supplied the deficiency. In the election of 1972, the people chose 5 electors and the General Court chose 11.

    8. A majority of votes was necessary for a popular choice. Deficiencies were filled by the General Court, as in 1792. It also chose 2 electors at large. In 1796 it chose 9 electors, and the people, 7 electors.

    9. One district chose 6 electors; one district, 5 electors; one district, 4 electors each; two districts, 3 electors each; and one district, 1 elector.

    10. A majority of the popular vote was necessary for a choice. In case of a failure to elect, the legislature supplied the deficiency.

    11. A majority of votes was necessary for a choice. In case of a failure to elect 1 or more electors a second election was held by the people, at which choice was made from the first election who had the most votes. The number of candidates in the second election was limited to twice the number of electors wanted.

    12. One district elected 3 electors; two districts, 2 electors each; and twenty-seven districts, 1 elector each. The 34 electors thus elected chose 2 presidential electors.

    13. The state was divided into four districts, and the members of the legislature residing in each district chose 3 electors.

    14. In 1796 and 1800, Tennessee choose 3 presidential electors—1 each for the districts of Washington, Hamilton, and Metro; 3 “electors” for each county in the state were appointed by the legislature; and the “electors” residing in each of the three districts chose 1 of the 3 presidential electors.

    Presidential Nominating Campaign Lengths, 1968–2012

    Source: 1968–1984: Congressional Quarterly, Elections ‘80 (Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly, 1980), and Congressional Quarterly’s Guide to U.S. Elections, 2nd ed. (Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly, 1985), 387; 1988–1996: Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report (1987), 2732; (1988), 1894, 1896, 1899; (1991), 3735; (1992), 66, 361, 556, 633, 1086; (1995), 2, 13, 15, 3025, 3606; (1996), 641, 716; 2000–2012: Stanley and Niemi, Vital Statistics on American Politics 2013–2014 (Thousand Oaks, Calif.: CQ Press, 2013), 61–62.

    Note: Beginning of campaigns is determined by date of the formal announcement.

    Victorious Party in Presidential Races, 1860–2012

    Notes: With the exception of the District of Columbia, blanks indicate states not yet admitted to the Union. The District of Columbia received the presidential vote in 1961.

    key: AI-American Independent Party; CU-Constitutional Union Party; D-Democratic Party; PP-People’s Party; PR-Progressive (Bull Moose) Party; R-Republican Party; SD-Southern Democratic Party; SR-States’ Rights Democratic Party.

    1. Four electors voted Republican; three, Democratic.

    2. Confederate states did not vote in 1864.

    3. Did not vote in 1868.

    4. Votes were not counted.

    5. Three votes for Greeley not counted.

    6. Five electors voted Democratic; one, Republican.

    7. Eight electors voted Democratic; one, Republican.

    8. Nine electors voted Republican; five, Democratic.

    9. One vote each for Democratic, Republican, and People’s parties.

    10. Twenty-two electors voted Republican; one, Democratic.

    11. Three electors voted Republican; one, People’s Party.

    12. Eight electors voted Republican; one, Democratic.

    13. Twelve electors voted Republican; one, Democratic.

    14. Seven electors voted Democratic; one, Republican.

    15. Six electors voted Democratic; two, Republican.

    16. Seven electors voted Republican; one, Democratic.

    17. Eleven electors voted Democratic; one, States’ Rights.

    18. One elector voted for Walter B. Jones.

    19. Six of eleven electors voted for Harry F. Byrd.

    20. Eight independent electors voted for Byrd.

    21. One vote cast for Byrd.

    22. Twelve electors voted Republican; one, American Independent.

    23. One elector voted Libertarian.

    24. One elector voted for Ronald Reagan.

    25. One elector voted for Lloyd Bentsen.

    26. One elector did not vote.

    27. One elector voted for John Edwards.

    28. Obama won the vote of one elector.

    Distribution of House Seats and Electoral Votes

    Notes: Table is based on the censuses of 1950, 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000, and 2010.

    Election Results, Congress and the Presidency, 1860–2014

    Notes: The seats totals reflect the makeup of the House and Senate at the start of each Congress. Special elections, or changes in party affiliation (but see note 3), that shifted party ratios between elections are not noted.

    1. Includes divided Alabama elector slate votes.

    2. Vacancy: Rep. Clem Miller, D–Calif. (1959–62) died Oct. 6, 1962, but his name remained on the ballot and he received a plurality.

    3. Sen. Richard Shelby (Ala.) switched from the Democratic to the Republican Party the day after the election, bringing the total Republican gain to nine.

    4. Democrats are credited with a net gain of thirty seats, including one vacant seat that they previously held and the Vermont at-large seat, which Democrats won, that had been held previously by independent Bernard Sanders.

    5. One of the two “miscellaneous” (or Independent) members elected was Democratic incumbent Joseph I. Lieberman of Connecticut who lost a bid for renomination but successfully ran for reelection as an independent. He described himself as an “Independent Democrat” and subsequently caucused with the Democrats. The other “miscellaneous” member was independent Bernard Sanders, who also caucused with Democrats.

    6. In 2008 House Democrats are credited with a net gain of twenty-four seats that included one vacant seat that they had previously held.

    7. As of August 31, 2015, there was one vacancy: Illinois’ 18th.

    Results of House Elections, 1928–2014

    1. State lost seats due to reapportionment.

    2. State gained seats due to reapportionment.

    3. Alaska 1972, California 1962, and Louisiana 1972: national and state totals reflect the reelection of a Democrat who died before the election but whose name remained on the ballot.

    4. Illinois 1930, Indiana 1960 and 1984, and New Hampshire 1936: national and state totals reflect the final outcome of a contested election in which a Republican was first certified the winner, but the House decided to seat the Democrat.

    5. Louisiana 1974: national and state totals reflect the final outcome of a contested election in which no winner was declared, followed by a special election won by the Republican.

    6. Massachusetts 1972 and Pennsylvania 1980: national and state Democratic totals reflect the election of an Independent candidate who previously announced he would serve as a Democrats.

    7. Texas 1928: national and state totals reflect the final outcome of a contested election in which a Democrat was at first certified the winner, but the House decided to seat the Republican.

    Notes: State totals reflect the number of Democrats and Republicans in each House delegation at the start of each Congress. The above totals do not include “other” representatives elected as independent or third-party candidates. Those numbers are California: Progressive 1936 (1). (No formal party. The representative became a Democrat in 1938.) Minnesota: Farmer-Labor 1928–1930 (1), 1932 (5), 1934 (3), 1936 (5), 1938–1942 (1). (Merged with D in 1944.) New York: American Labor 1938–1948 (1). (Party disbanded after 1954.) Ohio: Independent 1950–952 (1). (Defeated by Democrat in 1954.) Wisconsin: Progressive 1934 (7), 1936–1938 (2), 1940 (3), 1942 (2), and 1944 (1). (Disbanded after 1944. The last Progressive became a Republican in 1946.) Vermont: Independent 1990–2004 (1). Virginia: Independent 2000 (1). National totals: 1928–1930 (1), 1932 (5), 1934 (10), 1936 (13), 1938 (4), 1940 (5), 1942 (4), 1944 (2), 1946–952 (1), 1990–1998 (1), 2000 (2), and 2002–2004 (1).

    Sessions of the U.S. Congress, 1789–2015

    Sources: For 1789–1990: Official Congressional Directory. For 1991–2015: Calendars of the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.

    1. The Constitution (art. I, sec. 4) provided that “The Congress shall assemble at least once in every year . . . on the first Monday in December, unless they shall by law appoint a different day.” Pursuant to a resolution of the Continental Congress, the first session of the First Congress convened Mar. 4, 1789. Up to and including May 20, 1820, 18 acts were passed providing for the meeting of Congress on other days in the year. After 1820 Congress met regularly on the first Monday in December until 1934, when the Twentieth Amendment to the Constitution became effective changing the meeting date to Jan. 3. (Until then, brief special sessions of the Senate only were held at the beginning of each presidential term to confirm Cabinet and other nominations—and occasionally at other times for other purposes. The Senate last met in special session from Mar. 4 to Mar. 6, 1933.) The first and second sessions of the First Congress were held in New York City. Subsequently, including the first session of the Sixth Congress, Philadelphia was the meeting place; since then, Congress has convened in Washington.

    2. Until adoption of the Twentieth Amendment, the deadline for adjournment of Congress in odd-numbered years was Mar. 3. However, the expiring Congress often extended the “legislative day” of Mar. 3 up to noon of Mar. 4, when the new Congress came officially into being. After ratification of the Twentieth Amendment, the deadline for adjournment of Congress in odd-numbered years was noon on Jan. 3.

    3. At one time, the appointment or election of a president pro tempore was considered by the Senate to be for the occasion only, so that more than one appear in several sessions, and in others none was chosen. Since Mar. 12, 1890, they have served until “the Senate otherwise ordered.”

    4. Elected to count the vote for president and vice president, which was done Apr. 6, 1789, because there was a quorum of the Senate for the first time. John Adams, vice president, appeared Apr. 21, 1789, and took his seat as president of the Senate.

    5. Elected Speaker pro tempore for Apr. 20, 1798, and again for May 28, 1798.

    6. Elected Speaker Jan. 19, 1814, to succeed Henry Clay, who resigned Jan. 19, 1814.

    7. Elected Speaker Nov. 15, 1820, to succeed Henry Clay, who resigned Oct. 28, 1820.

    8. Elected Speaker June 2, 1834, to succeed Andrew Stevenson of Virginia, who resigned.

    9. There were recesses in this session from Saturday, Mar. 30, to Wednesday, July 1, and Saturday, July 20, to Thursday, Nov. 21.

    10. There were recesses in this session from Monday, July 27, to Monday, Sept. 21, to Friday, Oct. 16, and to Tuesday, Nov. 10. No business was transacted subsequent to July 27.

    11. Elected Speaker Mar. 3, 1869, and served one day.

    12. Died Aug. 19, 1876.

    13. Appointed Speaker pro tempore Feb. 17, May 12, June 19.

    14. Appointed Speaker pro tempore June 4.

    15. Resigned as president pro tempore Apr. 27, 1911.

    16. Elected to serve Jan. 11–17, Mar. 11–12, Apr. 8, May 10, May 30 to June 1 and 3, June 13 to July 5, Aug. 1–10, and Aug. 27 to Dec. 15, 1912.

    17. Elected to serve May 25, 1912.

    18. Elected to serve Dec. 4–12, 1911.

    19. Elected to serve Feb. 12–14, Apr. 26–27, May 7, July 6–31, Aug. 12–26, 1912.

    20. Elected to serve Mar. 25–26, 1912.

    21. Elected to serve Aug. 27 to Dec. 15, 1912, Jan. 5–18, and Feb. 2–15, 1913.

    22. Elected to serve Dec. 16, 1912, to Jan. 4, 1913, Jan. 19 to Feb. 1, and Feb. 16 to Mar. 3, 1913.

    23. Died Oct. 1, 1916.

    24. Died Aug. 19, 1934.

    25. Died June 4, 1936.

    26. Elected June 4, 1936.

    27. Died Sept. 15, 1940.

    28. Died Nov. 10, 1940.

    29. Elected Sept. 16, 1940.

    30. Elected Nov. 19, 1940.

    31. Elected Jan. 6, 1941; died June 22, 1941.

    32. Elected July 10, 1941.

    33. There was a recess in this session Thursday, July 8, to Tuesday, Sept. 14.

    34. There were recesses in this session Saturday, Apr. 1, to Wednesday, Apr. 12; Friday, June 23, to Tuesday, Aug. 1; and Thursday, Sept. 21, to Tuesday, Nov. 14.

    35. The House was in recess in this session Saturday, July 21, 1945, to Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1945; and the Senate Wednesday, Aug. 1, 1945, to Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1945.

    36. The House was in recess in this session Thursday, Apr. 18, 1946, to Tuesday, Apr. 30, 1946.

    37. There was a recess in this session Sunday, July 27, 1947, to Monday, Nov. 17, 1947.

    38. There were recesses in this session Sunday, June 20, 1948, to Monday, July 26, 1948; and Saturday, Aug. 7, 1948, to Friday, Dec. 31, 1948.

    39. The House was in recess in this session Thursday, Apr. 6, 1950, to Tuesday, Apr. 18, 1950; and both the Senate and the House were in recess Saturday, Sept. 23, 1950, to Monday, Nov. 27, 1950.

    40. The House was in recess in this session Thursday, Mar. 22, 1951, to Monday, Apr. 2, 1951; and Thursday, Aug. 23, 1951, to Wednesday, Sept. 12, 1951.

    41. The House was in recess in this session Thursday, Apr. 10, 1952, to Tuesday, Apr. 22, 1952.

    42. The House was in recess in this session Thursday, Apr. 2, 1953, to Monday, Apr. 13, 1953.

    43. The House was in recess in this session Thursday, Apr. 15, 1954, to Monday, Apr. 26, 1954; and adjourned sine die Aug. 20, 1954. The Senate was in recess in this session Friday, Aug. 20, 1954, to Monday, Nov. 8, 1954; Thursday, Nov. 18, 1954, to Monday, Nov. 29, 1954; and adjourned sine die Dec. 2, 1954.

    44. There was a recess in this session Monday, Apr. 4, 1955, to Wednesday, Apr. 13, 1955.

    45. There was a recess in this session Thursday, Mar. 29, 1956, to Monday, Apr. 9, 1956.

    46. There was a recess in this session Thursday, Apr. 18, 1957, to Monday, Apr. 29, 1957.

    47. There was a recess in this session Thursday, Apr. 3, 1958, to Monday, Apr. 14, 1958.

    48. There was a recess in this session Thursday, Mar. 26, 1959, to Tuesday, Apr. 7, 1959.

    49. The Senate was in recess in this session Thursday, Apr. 14, 1960, to Monday, Apr. 18, 1960; Friday, May 27, 1960, to Tuesday, May 31, 1960; and Sunday, July 3, 1960, to Monday, Aug. 8, 1960. The House was in recess in this session Thursday, Apr. 14, 1960, to Monday, Apr. 18, 1960; Friday, May 27, 1960, to Tuesday, May 31, 1960; and Sunday, July 3, 1960, to Monday, Aug. 15, 1960.

    50. The House was in recess in this session Thursday, Mar. 30, 1961, to Monday, Apr. 10, 1961.

    51. Died Nov. 16, 1961.

    52. The House was in recess in this session Thursday, Apr. 19, 1962, to Monday, Apr. 30, 1962.

    53. Elected Jan. 10, 1962.

    54. The House was in recess in this session Thursday, Apr. 11, 1963, to Monday, Apr. 22, 1963.

    55. The House was in recess in this session Thursday, Mar. 26, 1964, to Monday, Apr. 6, 1964; Thursday, July 2, 1964, to Monday, July 20, 1964; Friday, Aug. 21, 1964, to Monday, Aug. 31, 1964. The Senate was in recess in this session Friday, July 10, 1964, to Monday, July 20, 1964; Friday, Aug. 21, 1964, to Monday, Aug. 31, 1964.

    56. The House was in recess in this session Thursday, Apr. 7, 1966, to Monday, Apr. 18, 1966; Thursday, June 30, 1966, to Monday, July 11, 1966. The Senate was in recess in this session Thursday, Apr. 7, 1966, to Wednesday, Apr. 13, 1966; Thursday, June 30, 1966, to Monday, July 11, 1966.

    57. There was a recess in this session Thursday, Mar. 23, 1967, to Monday, Apr. 3, 1967; Thursday, June 29, 1967, to Monday, July 10, 1967; Thursday, Aug. 31, 1967, to Monday, Sept. 11, 1967; and Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1967, to Monday, Nov. 27, 1967.

    58. The House was in recess in this session Thursday, Apr. 11, 1968, to Monday, Apr. 22, 1968; Wednesday, May 29, 1968, to Monday, June 3, 1968; Wednesday, July 3, 1968, to Monday, July 8, 1968; Friday, Aug. 2, 1968, to Wednesday, Sept. 4, 1968. The Senate was in recess this session Thursday, Apr. 11, 1968, to Wednesday, Apr. 17, 1968; Wednesday, May 29, 1968, to Monday, June 3, 1968; Wednesday, July 3, 1968, to Monday, July 8, 1968; Friday, Aug. 2, 1968, to Wednesday, Sept. 4, 1968.

    59. The House was in recess this session Friday, Feb. 7, 1969, to Monday, Feb. 17, 1969; Thursday, Apr. 3, 1969, to Monday, Apr. 14, 1969; Wednesday, May 28, 1969, to Monday, June 2, 1969; Wednesday, July 2, 1969, to Monday, July 7, 1969; Wednesday, Aug. 13, 1969, to Wednesday, Sept. 3, 1969; Thursday, Nov. 6, 1969, to Wednesday, Nov. 12, 1969; Wednesday, Nov. 26, 1969, to Monday, Dec. 1, 1969. The Senate was in recess this session Friday, Feb. 7, 1969, to Monday, Feb. 17, 1969; Thursday, Apr. 3, 1969, to Monday, Apr. 14, 1969; Wednesday, July 2, 1969, to Monday, July 7, 1969; Wednesday, Aug. 13, 1969, to Wednesday, Sept. 3, 1969; Wednesday, Nov. 26, 1969, to Monday, Dec. 1, 1969.

    60. The House was in recess this session Tuesday, Feb. 10, 1970, to Monday, Feb. 16, 1970; Thursday, Mar. 26, 1970, to Tuesday, Mar. 31, 1970; Wednesday, May 27, 1970, to Monday, June 1, 1970; Wednesday, July 1, 1970, to Monday, July 6, 1970; Friday, Aug. 14, 1970, to Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1970; Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1970, to Monday, Nov. 16, 1970; Wednesday, Nov. 25, 1970, to Monday, Nov. 30, 1970; Tuesday, Dec. 22, 1970, to Tuesday, Dec. 29, 1970. The Senate was in recess this session Tuesday, Feb. 10, 1970, to Monday, Feb. 16, 1970; Thursday, Mar. 26, 1970, to Tuesday, Mar. 31, 1970; Wednesday, Sept. 2, 1970, to Tuesday, Sept. 8, 1970; Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1970, to Monday, Nov. 16, 1970; Wednesday, Nov. 25, 1970, to Monday, Nov. 30, 1970; Tuesday, Dec. 22, 1970, to Monday, Dec. 28, 1970.

    61. The House was in recess this session Wednesday, Feb. 10, 1971, to Wednesday, Feb. 17, 1971; Wednesday, Apr. 7, 1971, to Monday, Apr. 19, 1971; Thursday, May 27, 1971, to Tuesday, June 1, 1971; Thursday, July 1, 1971, to Tuesday, July 6, 1971; Friday, Aug. 6, 1971, to Wednesday, Sept. 8, 1971; Thursday, Oct. 7, 1971, to Tuesday, Oct. 12, 1971; Thursday, Oct. 21, 1971, to Tuesday, Oct. 26, 1971; Friday, Nov. 19, 1971, to Monday, Nov. 29, 1971. The Senate was in recess this session Thursday, Feb. 11, 1971, to Wednesday, Feb. 17, 1971; Wednesday, Apr. 7, 1971, to Wednesday, Apr. 14, 1971; Wednesday, May 26, 1971, to Tuesday, June 1, 1971; Wednesday, June 30, 1971, to Tuesday, July 6, 1971; Friday, Aug. 6, 1971, to Wednesday, Sept. 8, 1971; Thursday, Oct. 21, 1971, to Tuesday, Oct. 26, 1971; Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1971, to Monday, Nov. 29, 1971.

    62. Died Jan. 21, 1971.

    63. Elected Jan. 22, 1971.

    64. The House was in recess this session Wednesday, Feb. 9, 1972, to Wednesday, Feb. 16, 1972; Wednesday, Mar. 29, 1972, to Monday, Apr. 10, 1972; Wednesday, May 24, 1972, to Tuesday, May 30, 1972; Friday, June 30, 1972, to Monday, July 17, 1972; Friday, Aug. 18, 1972, to Tuesday, Sept. 5, 1972. The Senate was in recess this session Wednesday, Feb. 9, 1972, to Monday, Feb. 14, 1972; Thursday, Mar. 30, 1972, to Tuesday, Apr. 4, 1972; Thursday, May 25, 1972, to Tuesday, May 30, 1972; Friday, June 30, 1972, to Monday, July 17, 1972; Friday, Aug. 18, 1972, to Tuesday, Sept. 5, 1972.

    65. Died July 27, 1972.

    66. Elected July 28, 1972.

    67. The House was in recess this session Thursday, Feb. 8, 1973, to Monday, Feb. 19, 1973; Thursday, Apr. 19, 1973, to Monday, Apr. 30, 1973; Thursday, May 24, 1973, to Tuesday, May 29, 1973; Saturday, June 30, 1973, to Tuesday, July 10, 1973; Friday, Aug. 3, 1973, to Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1973; Thursday, Oct. 4, 1973, to Tuesday, Oct. 9, 1973; Thursday, Oct. 18, 1973, to Tuesday, Oct. 23, 1973; Thursday, Nov. 15, 1973, to Monday, Nov. 26, 1973. The Senate was in recess this session Thursday, Feb. 8, 1973, to Thursday, Feb. 15, 1973; Wednesday, Apr. 18, 1973, to Monday, Apr. 30, 1973; Wednesday, May 23, 1973, to Tuesday, May 29, 1973; Saturday, June 30, 1973, to Monday, July 9, 1973; Friday, Aug. 3, 1973, to Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1973; Thursday, Oct. 18, 1973, to Tuesday, Oct. 23, 1973; Wednesday, Nov. 21, 1973, to Monday, Nov. 26, 1973.

    68. The House was in recess this session Thursday, Feb. 7, 1974, to Wednesday, Feb. 13, 1974; Thursday, Apr. 11, 1974, to Monday, Apr. 22, 1974; Thursday, May 23, 1974, to Tuesday, May 28, 1974; Thursday, Aug. 22, 1974, to Wednesday, Sept. 11, 1974; Thursday, Oct. 17, 1974, to Monday, Nov. 18, 1974; Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1974, to Tuesday, Dec. 3, 1974. The Senate was in recess this session Friday, Feb. 8, 1974, to Monday, Feb. 18, 1974; Wednesday, Mar. 13, 1974, to Tuesday, Mar. 19, 1974; Thursday, Apr. 11, 1974, to Monday, Apr. 22, 1974; Wednesday, May 23, 1974, to Tuesday, May 28, 1974; Thursday, Aug. 22, 1974, to Wednesday, Sept. 4, 1974; Thursday, Oct. 17, 1974, to Monday, Nov. 18, 1974; Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1974, to Monday, Dec. 2, 1974.

    69. The House was in recess this session Wednesday, Mar. 26, 1975, to Monday, Apr. 7, 1975; Thursday, May 22, 1975, to Monday, June 2, 1975; Thursday, June 26, 1975, to Tuesday, July 8, 1975; Friday, Aug. 1, 1975, to Wednesday, Sept. 3, 1975; Thursday, Oct. 9, 1975, to Monday, Oct. 20, 1975; Thursday, Oct. 23, 1975, to Tuesday, Oct. 28, 1975; Thursday, Nov. 20, 1975, to Monday, Dec. 1, 1975. The Senate was in recess this session Wednesday, Mar. 26, 1975, to Monday, Apr. 7, 1975; Thursday, May 22, 1975, to Monday, June 2, 1975; Friday, June 27, 1975, to Monday, July 7, 1975; Friday, Aug. 1, 1975, to Wednesday, Sept. 3, 1975; Thursday, Oct. 9, 1975, to Monday, Oct. 20, 1975; Thursday, Oct. 23, 1975, to Tuesday, Oct. 28, 1975; Thursday, Nov. 20, 1975, to Monday, Dec. 1, 1975.

    70. The House was in recess this session Wednesday, Feb. 11, 1976, to Monday, Feb. 16, 1976; Wednesday, Apr. 14, 1976, to Monday, Apr. 26, 1976; Thursday, May 27, 1976, to Tuesday, June 1, 1976; Friday, July 2, 1976, to Monday, July 19, 1976; Tuesday, Aug. 10, 1976, to Monday, Aug. 23, 1976; Thursday, Sept. 2, 1976, to Wednesday, Sept. 8, 1976. The Senate was in recess this session Friday, Feb. 6, 1976, to Monday, Feb. 16, 1976; Wednesday, Apr. 14, 1976, to Monday, Apr. 26, 1976; Friday, May 28, 1976, to Wednesday, June 2, 1976; Friday, July 2, 1976, to Monday, July 19, 1976; Tuesday, Aug. 10, 1976, to Monday, Aug. 23, 1976; Wednesday, Sept. 1, 1976, to Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1976.

    71. The House was in recess this session Wednesday, Feb. 9, 1977, to Wednesday, Feb. 16, 1977; Wednesday, Apr. 6, 1977, to Monday, Apr. 18, 1977; Thursday, May 26, 1977, to Wednesday, June 1, 1977; Thursday, June 30, 1977, to Monday, July 11, 1977; Friday, Aug. 5, 1977, to Wednesday, Sept. 7, 1977; Thursday, Oct. 6, 1977, to Tuesday, Oct. 11, 1977. The Senate was in recess this session Friday, Feb. 11, 1977, to Monday, Feb. 21, 1977; Thursday, Apr. 7, 1977, to Monday, Apr. 18, 1977; Friday, May 27, 1977, to Monday, June 6, 1977; Friday, July 1, 1977, to Monday, July 11, 1977; Saturday, Aug. 6, 1977, to Wednesday, Sept. 7, 1977.

    72. The House was in recess this session Thursday, Feb. 9, 1978, to Tuesday, Feb. 14, 1978; Wednesday, Mar. 22, 1978, to Monday, Apr. 3, 1978; Thursday, May 25, 1978, to Wednesday, May 31, 1978; Thursday, June 29, 1978, to Monday, July 10, 1978; Thursday, Aug. 17, 1978, to Wednesday, Sept. 6, 1978. The Senate was in recess this session Friday, Feb. 10, 1978, to Monday, Feb. 20, 1978; Thursday, Mar. 23, 1978, to Monday, Apr. 3, 1978; Friday, May 26, 1978, to Monday, June 5, 1978; Thursday, June 29, 1978, to Monday, July 10, 1978; Friday, Aug. 25, 1978, to Wednesday, Sept. 6, 1978.

    73. The House was in recess this session Thursday, Feb. 8, 1979, to Tuesday, Feb. 13, 1979; Tuesday, Apr. 10, 1979, to Monday, Apr. 23, 1979; Thursday, May 24, 1979, to Wednesday, May 30, 1979; Friday, June 29, 1979, to Monday, July 9, 1979; Thursday, Aug. 2, 1979, to Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1979; Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1979, to Monday, Nov. 26, 1979. The Senate was in recess this session Friday, Feb. 9, 1979, to Monday, Feb. 19, 1979; Tuesday, Apr. 10, 1979, to Monday, Apr. 23, 1979; Friday, May 25, 1979, to Monday, June 4, 1979; Friday, Aug. 3, 1979, to Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1979; Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1979, to Monday, Nov. 26, 1979.

    74. The House was in recess this session Wednesday, Feb. 13, 1980, to Tuesday, Feb. 19, 1980; Wednesday, Apr. 2, 1980, to Tuesday, Apr. 15, 1980; Thursday, May 22, 1980, to Wednesday, May 28, 1980; Wednesday, July 2, 1980, to Monday, July 21, 1980; Friday, Aug. 1, 1980, to Monday, Aug. 18, 1980; Thursday, Aug. 28, 1980, to Wednesday, Sept. 13, 1980. The Senate was in recess this session Monday, Feb. 11, 1980, to Thursday, Feb. 14, 1980; Thursday, Apr. 3, 1980, to Tuesday, Apr. 15, 1980; Thursday, May 22, 1980, to Wednesday, May 28, 1980; Wednesday, July 2, 1980, to Monday, July 21, 1980; Wednesday, Aug. 6, 1980, to Monday, Aug. 18, 1980; Wednesday, Aug. 27, 1980, to Wednesday, Sept. 3, 1980; Wednesday, Oct. 1, 1980, to Wednesday, Nov. 12, 1980; Monday, Nov. 24, 1980, to Monday, Dec. 1, 1980.

    75. The House was in recess this session Friday, Feb. 6, 1981, to Tuesday, Feb. 17, 1981; Friday, Apr. 10, 1981, to Monday, Apr. 27, 1981; Friday, June 26, 1981, to Wednesday, July 8, 1981; Tuesday, Aug. 4, 1981, to Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1981; Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1981, to Tuesday, Oct. 13, 1981; Monday, Nov. 23, 1981, to Monday, Nov. 30, 1981. The Senate was in recess this session Friday, Feb. 6, 1981, to Monday, Feb. 16, 1981; Friday, Apr. 10, 1981, to Monday, Apr. 27, 1981; Thursday, June 25, 1981, to Wednesday, July 8, 1981; Monday, Aug. 3, 1981, to Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1981; Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1981, to Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1981; Tuesday, Nov. 24, 1981, to Monday, Nov. 30, 1981.

    76. The House was in recess this session Wednesday, Feb. 10, 1982, to Monday, Feb. 22, 1982; Tuesday, Apr. 6, 1982, to Tuesday, Apr. 20, 1982; Thursday, May 27, 1982, to Wednesday, June 2, 1982; Thursday, July 1, 1982, to Monday, July 12, 1982; Friday, Aug. 20, 1982, to Wednesday, Sept. 8, 1982; Friday, Oct. 1, 1982, to Monday, Nov. 29, 1982. The Senate was in recess this session Thursday, Feb. 11, 1982, to Monday, Feb. 22, 1982; Thursday, Apr. 1, 1982, to Tuesday, Apr. 13, 1982; Thursday, May 27, 1982, to Tuesday, June 8, 1982; Thursday, July 1, 1982, to Monday, July 12, 1982; Friday, Aug. 20, 1982, to Wednesday, Sept. 8, 1982; Friday, Oct. 1, 1982, to Monday, Nov. 29, 1982.

    77. The House adjourned for recess this session Friday, Jan. 7, 1983, to Tuesday, Jan. 25, 1983; Thursday, Feb. 17, 1983, to Tuesday, Feb. 22, 1983; Thursday, Mar. 24, 1983, to Tuesday, Apr. 5, 1983; Thursday, May 26, 1983, to Wednesday, June 1, 1983; Thursday, June 30, 1983, to Monday, July 11, 1983; Friday, Aug. 5, 1983, to Monday, Sept. 12, 1983; Friday, Oct. 7, 1983, to Monday, Oct. 17, 1983. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Monday, Jan. 3, 1983, to Tuesday, Jan. 25, 1983; Friday, Feb. 4, 1983, to Monday, Feb. 14, 1983; Friday, Mar. 25, 1983, to Tuesday, Apr. 5, 1983; Friday, May 27, 1983, to Monday, June 6, 1983; Friday, July 1, 1983, to Monday, July 11, 1983; Friday, Aug. 5, 1983, to Monday, Sept. 12, 1983; Monday, Oct. 10, 1983, to Monday, Oct. 17, 1983.

    78. The House adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Feb. 9, 1984, to Tuesday, Feb. 21, 1984; Friday, Apr. 13, 1984, to Tuesday, Apr. 24, 1984; Friday, May 25, 1984, to Wednesday, May 30, 1984; Friday, June 29, 1984, to Monday, July 23, 1984; Friday, Aug. 10, 1984, to Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1984. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Friday, Feb. 10, 1984, to Monday, Feb. 20, 1984; Friday, Apr. 13, 1984, to Tuesday, Apr. 24, 1984; Friday, May 25, 1984, to Thursday, May 31, 1984; Friday, June 29, 1984, to Monday, July 23, 1984; Friday, Aug. 10, 1984, to Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1984.

    79. The House adjourned for recess this session Monday, Jan. 7, 1985, to Monday, Jan. 21, 1985; Thursday, Feb. 7, 1985, to Tuesday, Feb. 19, 1985; Thursday, Mar. 7, 1985, to Tuesday, Mar. 19, 1985; Thursday, Apr. 4, 1985, to Monday, Apr. 15, 1985; Thursday, May 23, 1985, to Monday, June 3, 1985; Thursday, June 27, 1985, to Monday, July 8, 1985; Thursday, Aug. 1, 1985, to Wednesday, Sept. 4, 1985; Thursday, Nov. 21, 1985, to Monday, Dec. 2, 1985. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Monday, Jan. 7, 1985, to Monday, Jan. 21, 1985; Thursday, Feb. 7, 1985, to Monday, Feb. 18, 1985; Tuesday, Mar. 12, 1985, to Thursday, Mar. 14, 1985; Thursday, Apr. 4, 1985, to Monday, Apr. 15, 1985; Friday, May 24, 1985, to Monday, June 3, 1985; Thursday, June 27, 1985, to Monday, July 8, 1985; Thursday, Aug. 1, 1985, to Monday, Sept. 9, 1985; Saturday, Nov. 23, 1985, to Monday, Dec. 2, 1985.

    80. The House adjourned for recess this session Tuesday, Jan. 7, 1986, to Tuesday, Jan. 21, 1986; Friday, Feb. 7, 1986, to Tuesday, Feb. 18, 1986; Tuesday, Mar. 25, 1986, to Tuesday, Apr. 8, 1986; Thursday, May 22, 1986, to Tuesday, June 3, 1986; Thursday, June 26, 1986, to Monday, July 14, 1986; Friday, Aug. 15, 1986, to Monday, Sept. 8, 1986. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Tuesday, Jan. 7, 1986, to Tuesday, Jan. 21, 1986; Friday, Feb. 7, 1986, to Monday, Feb. 17, 1986; Thursday, Mar. 27, 1986, to Tuesday, Apr. 8, 1986; Wednesday, May 21, 1986, to Monday, June 2, 1986; Thursday, June 26, 1986, to Monday, July 14, 1986; Friday, Aug. 15, 1986, to Monday, Sept. 8, 1986.

    81. The House adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Jan. 8, 1987, to Tuesday, Jan. 20, 1987; Wednesday, Feb. 11, 1987, to Wednesday, Feb. 18, 1987; Thursday, Apr. 9, 1987, to Tuesday, Apr. 21, 1987; Thursday, May 21, 1987, to Wednesday, May 27, 1987; Wednesday, July 1, 1987, to Tuesday, July 7, 1987; Wednesday, July 15, 1987, to Monday, July 20, 1987; Friday, Aug. 7, 1987, to Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1987; Tuesday, Nov. 10, 1987, to Monday, Nov. 16, 1987; Friday, Nov. 20, 1987, to Monday, Nov. 30, 1987. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Tuesday, Jan. 6, 1987, to Monday, Jan. 12, 1987; Thursday, Feb. 5, 1987, to Monday, Feb. 16, 1987; Friday, Apr. 10, 1987, to Tuesday, Apr. 21, 1987; Thursday, May 21, 1987, to Wednesday, May 27, 1987; Wednesday, July 1, 1987, to Tuesday, July 7, 1987; Friday, Aug. 7, 1987, to Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1987; Friday, Nov. 20, 1987, to Monday, Nov. 30, 1987.

    82. The House adjourned for recess this session Tuesday, Feb. 9, 1988, to Tuesday, Feb. 16, 1988; Thursday, Mar. 31, 1988, to Monday, Apr. 11, 1988; Thursday, May 26, 1988, to Wednesday, June 1, 1988; Thursday, June 30, 1988, to Thursday, July 7, 1988; Thursday, July 14, 1988, to Tuesday, July 26, 1988; Thursday, Aug. 11, 1988, to Wednesday, Sept. 7, 1988. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Feb. 4, 1988, to Monday, Feb. 15, 1988; Friday, Mar. 4, 1988, to Monday, Mar. 14, 1988; Thursday, Mar. 31, 1988, to Monday, Apr. 11, 1988; Friday, Apr. 29, 1988, to Monday, May 9, 1988; Friday, May 27, 1988, to Monday, June 6, 1988; Wednesday, June 29, 1988, to Wednesday, July 6, 1988; Thursday, July 14, 1988, to Monday, July 25, 1988; Thursday, Aug. 11, 1988, to Wednesday, Sept. 7, 1988.

    83. The House adjourned for recess this session Wednesday, Jan. 4, 1989, to Thursday, Jan. 19, 1989; Thursday, Feb. 9, 1989, to Tuesday, Feb. 21, 1989; Thursday, Mar. 23, 1989, to Monday, Apr. 3, 1989; Tuesday, Apr. 18, 1989, to Tuesday, Apr. 25, 1989; Thursday, May 25, 1989, to Wednesday, May 31, 1989; Thursday, June 29, 1989, to Monday, July 10, 1989; Saturday, Aug. 5, 1989, to Wednesday, Sept. 6, 1989. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Wednesday, Jan. 4, 1989, to Friday, Jan. 20, 1989; Friday, Jan. 20, 1989, to Wednesday, Jan. 25, 1989; Thursday, Feb. 9, 1989, to Tuesday, Feb. 21, 1989; Friday, Mar. 17, 1989, to Tuesday, Apr. 4, 1989; Wednesday, Apr. 19, 1989, to Monday, May 1, 1989; Thursday, May 18, 1989, to Wednesday, May 31, 1989; Friday, June 23, 1989, to Tuesday, July 11, 1989; Friday, Aug. 4, 1989, to Wednesday, Sept. 6, 1989.

    84. Elected Speaker June 6, 1989, to succeed Jim Wright, who resigned the Speakership that day.

    85. The House adjourned for recess this session Wednesday, Feb. 7, 1990, to Tuesday, Feb. 20, 1990; Wednesday, Apr. 4, 1990, to Wednesday, Apr. 18, 1990; Friday, May 25, 1990, to Tuesday, June 5, 1990; Thursday, June 28, 1990, to Tuesday, July 10, 1990; Saturday, Aug. 4, 1990, to Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1990. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Feb. 8, 1990, to Tuesday, Feb. 20, 1990; Friday, Mar. 9, 1990, to Tuesday, Mar. 20, 1990; Thursday, Apr. 5, 1990, to Wednesday, Apr. 18, 1990; Thursday, May 24, 1990, to Tuesday, June 5, 1990; Thursday, June 28, 1990, to Tuesday, July 10, 1990; Saturday, Aug. 4, 1990, to Monday, Sept. 10, 1990.

    86. The House adjourned for recess this session Wednesday, Feb. 6, 1991, to Tuesday, Feb. 19, 1991; Friday, Mar. 22, 1991, to Tuesday, Apr. 9, 1991; Thursday, June 27, 1991, to Tuesday, July 9, 1991; Friday, Aug. 2, 1991, to Wednesday, Sept. 11, 1991. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Wednesday, Feb. 6, 1991, to Tuesday, Feb. 19, 1991; Friday, Mar. 22, 1991, to Tuesday, Apr. 9, 1991; Thursday, Apr. 25, 1991, to Monday, May 6, 1991; Friday, May 24, 1991, to Monday, June 3, 1991; Friday, June 28, 1991, to Monday, July 8, 1991; Friday, Aug. 2, 1991, to Tuesday, Sept. 10, 1991.

    87. The House adjourned for recess this session Friday, Jan. 3, 1992, to Wednesday, Jan. 22, 1992; Friday, Apr. 10, 1992, to Tuesday, Apr. 28, 1992; Thursday, July 2, 1992, to Tuesday, July 7, 1992; Friday, July 9, 1992, to Tuesday, July 21, 1992; Wednesday, Aug. 12, 1992, to Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1992. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Monday, Jan. 6, 1992, to Monday, Jan. 20, 1992; Monday, Feb. 10, 1992, to Monday, Feb. 17, 1992; Monday, Apr. 13, 1992, to Friday, Apr. 24, 1992; Monday, May 25, 1992, to Friday, May 29, 1992; Monday, July 6, 1992, to Friday, July 17, 1992; Thursday, Aug. 13, 1992, to Monday, Sept. 7, 1992.

    88. The House adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Jan. 7, 1993, to Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1993; Friday, Feb. 5, 1993, to Monday, Feb. 15, 1993; Thursday, Apr. 8, 1993, to Sunday, Apr. 18, 1993; Friday, May 28, 1993, to Monday, June 7, 1993; Friday, July 2, 1993, to Monday, July 12, 1993; Saturday, Aug. 7, 1993, to Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1993. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Friday, Jan. 8, 1993, to Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1993; Friday, Feb. 5, 1993, to Monday, Feb. 15, 1993; Monday, Apr. 5, 1993, to Friday, Apr. 16, 1993; Monday, May 31, 1993, to Friday, June 4, 1993; Friday, July 2, 1993, to Friday, July 9, 1993; Monday, Aug. 9, 1993, to Monday, Sept. 6, 1993; Friday, Oct. 8, 1993, to Tuesday, Oct. 12, 1993; Friday, Nov. 12, 1993, to Monday, Nov. 15, 1993.

    89. The House adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Jan. 27, 1994, to Monday, Jan. 31, 1994; Saturday, Feb. 12, 1994, to Monday, Feb. 21, 1994; Friday, Mar. 25, 1994, to Monday, Apr. 11, 1994; Friday, May 27, 1994, to Tuesday, June 7, 1994; Friday, July 1, 1994, to Monday, July 11, 1994; Saturday, Aug. 27, 1994, to Sunday, Sept. 11, 1994. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Monday, Feb. 14, 1994, to Monday, Feb. 21, 1994; Monday, Mar. 28, 1994, to Friday, Apr. 8, 1994; Monday, May 30, 1994, to Monday, June 6, 1994; Monday, July 4, 1994, to Friday, July 8, 1994; Friday, Aug. 26, 1994, to Friday, Sept. 9, 1994.

    90. The House adjourned for recess this session Saturday, Apr. 8, 1995, to Sunday, Apr. 30, 1995; Friday, May 26, 1995, to Monday, June 5, 1995; Saturday, July 1, 1995, to Sunday, July 9, 1995; Saturday, Aug. 5, 1995, to Tuesday, Sept. 5, 1995; Saturday, Sept. 30, 1995, to Thursday, Oct. 5, 1995. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Friday, Feb. 17, 1995, to Tuesday, Feb. 21, 1995; Saturday, Apr. 8, 1995, to Sunday, Apr. 23, 1995; Saturday, May 27, 1995, to Sunday, June 4, 1995; Saturday, July 1, 1995, to Sunday, July 9, 1995; Saturday, Aug. 12, 1995, to Monday, Sept. 4, 1995; Sunday, Oct. 1, 1995, to Monday, Oct. 9, 1995; Saturday, Nov. 21, 1995, to Sunday, Nov. 26, 1995.

    91. The House adjourned for recess this session Wednesday, Jan. 10, 1996, to Sunday, Jan. 21, 1996; Saturday, Mar. 30, 1996, to Sunday, Apr. 14, 1996; Saturday, June 29, 1996, to Sunday, July 7, 1996; Saturday, Aug. 3, 1996, to Tuesday, Sept. 3, 1996. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Jan. 11, 1996, to Sunday, Jan. 21, 1996; Saturday, Mar. 30, 1996, to Saturday, Apr. 14, 1996; Saturday, May 25, 1996, to Sunday, June 2, 1996; Saturday, June 29, 1996, to Sunday, July 7, 1996; Saturday, Aug. 3, 1996, to Monday, Sept. 2, 1996.

    92. The House adjourned for recess this session Friday, Jan. 10, 1997, to Sunday, Jan. 19, 1997; Wednesday, Jan. 22, 1997, to Monday, Feb. 3, 1997; Friday, Feb. 14, 1997, to Monday, Feb. 24, 1997; Saturday, Mar. 22, 1997, to Monday, Apr. 7, 1997; Friday, June 27, 1997, to Monday, July 7, 1997; Saturday, Aug. 2, 1997, to Tuesday, Sept. 2, 1997; Friday, Oct. 10, 1997, to Monday, Oct. 20, 1997. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Friday, Jan. 10, 1997, to Monday, Jan. 20, 1997; Friday, Feb. 14, 1997, to Sunday, Feb. 23, 1997; Saturday, Mar. 22, 1997, to Sunday, Apr. 6, 1997; Saturday, May 24, 1997, to Sunday, June 1, 1997; Saturday, June 28, 1997, to Sunday, July 6, 1997; Saturday, Aug. 2, 1997, to Monday, Sept. 1, 1997; Friday, Oct. 10, 1997, to Sunday, Oct. 19, 1997.

    93. The House adjourned for recess this session Friday, Feb. 13, 1998, to Monday, Feb. 23, 1998; Thursday, Apr. 2, 1998, to Monday, Apr. 20, 1998; Saturday, May 23, 1998, to Tuesday, June 2, 1998; Friday, June 26, 1998, to Monday, July 13, 1998; Saturday, Aug. 8, 1998, to Tuesday, Sept. 8, 1998. The House adjourned Oct. 21, 1998, and was called back by the Speaker for a resumption of the second session Thursday, Dec. 17, 1998, to Saturday, Dec. 19, 1998. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Jan. 1, 1998, to Monday, Jan. 26, 1998; Saturday, Feb. 14, 1998, to Sunday, Feb. 22, 1998; Saturday, Apr. 4, 1998, to Sunday, Apr. 19, 1998; Saturday, May 23, 1998, to Sunday, May 31, 1998; Saturday, June 27, 1998, to Sunday, July 5, 1998; Saturday, Aug. 1, 1998, to Sunday, Aug. 30, 1998; Saturday, Sept. 5, 1998, to Monday, Sept. 7, 1998.

    94. The House adjourned for recess this session Wednesday, Jan. 6, 1999, to Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1999; Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1999, to Tuesday, Feb. 2, 1999; Friday, Feb. 12, 1999, to Tuesday, Feb. 23, 1999; Thursday, Mar. 25, 1999, to Monday, Apr. 12, 1999; Thursday, May 27, 1999, to Monday, June 7, 1999; Saturday, July 3, 1999, to Sunday, July 11, 1999; Saturday, Aug. 7, 1999, to Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1999. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Friday, Feb. 12, 1999, to Monday, Feb. 22, 1999; Thursday, Mar. 25, 1999, to Monday, Apr. 12, 1999; Thursday, May 27, 1999, to Monday, June 7, 1999; Saturday, July 3, 1999, to Sunday, July 11, 1999; Saturday, Aug. 7, 1999, to Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1999; Saturday, Oct. 9, 1999, to Monday, Oct. 11, 1999.

    95. The House adjourned for recess this session Saturday, Feb. 19, 2000, to Sunday, Feb. 27, 2000; Saturday, Apr. 15, 2000, to Sunday, Apr. 30, 2000; Saturday, May 27, 2000, to Sunday, June 4, 2000; Saturday, July 1, 2000, to Sunday, July 9, 2000; Monday, July 31, 2000, to Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2000. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, to Monday, Feb. 21, 2000; Saturday, Mar. 11, 2000, to Sunday, Mar. 19, 2000; Saturday, Apr. 15, 2000, to Sunday, Apr. 24, 2000; Saturday, May 27, 2000, to Sunday, June 4, 2000; Saturday, July 1, 2000, to Sunday, July 9, 2000; Saturday, July 29, 2000, to Monday, Sept. 4, 2000; Friday, Sept. 29, 2000, to Sunday, Oct. 1, 2000.

    96. The House adjourned for recess this session Saturday, Jan. 6, 2001, to Saturday, Jan. 20, 2001; Saturday, Jan. 20, 2001, to Tuesday, Jan 30, 2001; Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2001, to Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2001; Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2001, to Monday, Feb. 26, 2001; Wednesday, Apr. 4, 2001, to Tuesday, Apr. 24, 2001; Saturday, May 26, 2001, to Tuesday, June 5, 2001; Thursday, June 28, 2001, to Tuesday, July 10, 2001; Thursday, Aug. 2, 2001, to Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2001; Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2001, to Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2001; Monday, Nov. 19, 2001, to Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2001. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Monday, Jan. 8, 2001, to Saturday, Jan. 20, 2001; Thursday, Feb. 15, 2001, to Monday, Feb. 26, 2001; Friday, Apr. 6, 2001, to Monday, Apr. 23, 2001; Saturday, May 26, 2001, to Tuesday, June 5, 2001; Friday, June 29, 2001, to Monday, July 9, 2001; Friday, Aug. 3, 2001, to Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2001; Thursday, Oct. 18, 2001, to Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2001; Friday, Nov. 16, 2001, to Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2001.

    97. From January 3 to January 20, 2001, the Democrats held the majority, due to the deciding vote of outgoing Democratic Vice President Al Gore. Senator Robert C. Byrd became president pro tempore at that time. Starting January 20, 2001, the incoming Republican Vice President Richard Cheney held the deciding vote, giving the majority to the Republicans. Senator Strom Thurmond resumed his role as president pro tempore. On May 24, 2001, Senator James Jeffords of Vermont announced his switch from Republican to Independent status, effective June 6, 2001. Jeffords announced that he would caucus with the Democrats, changing control of the evenly divided Senate from the Republicans to the Democrats. On June 6, 2001, Robert C. Byrd once again became president pro tempore. On that day, the Senate adopted S. Res. 103, designating Senator Thurmond as President Pro Tempore Emeritus.

    98. The House adjourned for recess this session Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2002, to Monday, Feb. 4, 2002; Thursday, Feb. 14, 2002, to Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2002; Wednesday, Mar. 20, 2002, to Tuesday, Apr. 9, 2002; Friday, May 24, 2002, to Tuesday, June 4, 2002; Friday, June 28, 2002, to Monday, July 8, 2002; Saturday, July 27, 2002, to Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2002. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2002, to Monday, Feb. 4, 2002; Friday, Feb. 15, 2002, to Monday, Feb. 25, 2002; Friday, Mar. 22, 2002, to Monday, Apr. 8, 2002; Thursday, May 23, 2002, to Monday, June 3, 2002; Friday, June 28, 2002, to Monday, July 8, 2002; Thursday, Aug. 1, 2002, to Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2002.

    99. The House adjourned for recess this session Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2003, to Monday, Jan. 27, 2003; Thursday, Feb. 13, 2003, to Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2003; Saturday, Apr. 12, 2003, to Tuesday, Apr. 29, 2003; Friday, May 23, 2003, to Monday, June 2, 2003; Friday, June 27, 2003, to Monday, July 7, 2003; Tuesday, July 29, 2003, to Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2003; Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2003, to Monday, Dec. 8, 2003. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Friday, Feb. 14, 2003, to Monday, Feb. 24, 2003; Friday, Apr. 11, 2003, to Monday, Apr. 28, 2003; Friday, May 23, 2003, to Monday, June 2, 2003; Friday, June 27, 2003, to Monday, July 7, 2003; Friday, Aug. 1, 2003, to Tuesday, Sept 2, 2003; Friday, Oct. 3, 2003, to Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2003; Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2003, to Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2003.

    100. The House adjourned for recess this session Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2004, to Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2004; Friday, Apr. 2, 2004, to Tuesday, Apr. 20, 2004; Thursday, May 20, 2004, to Tuesday, June 1, 2004; Wednesday, June 9, 2004, to Monday, June 14, 2004; Friday, June 25, 2004, to Tuesday, July 6, 2004; Thursday, July 22, 2004, to Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2004; Saturday, Oct. 9, 2004, to Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2004; Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2004, to Monday, Dec. 6, 2004. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Feb. 12, 2004, to Monday, Feb. 23, 2004; Friday, Mar. 12, 2004, to Monday, Mar. 22, 2004; Thursday, Apr. 8, 2004, to Monday, Apr. 19, 2004; Friday, May 21, 2004, to Friday, June 1, 2004; Wednesday, June 9, 2004, to Monday, June 14, 2004; Friday, June 25, 2004, to Tuesday, July 6, 2004; Thursday, July 22, 2004, to Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2004; Monday, Oct. 11, 2004, to Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2004; Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2004, to Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2004.

    101. The House adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Jan. 6, 2005, to Thursday, Jan. 20, 2005; Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2005, to Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2005; Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005, to Tuesday, Mar. 1 , 2005; Monday, Mar. 21, 2005, to Tuesday, Apr. 5, 2005; Thursday, May 26, 2005, to Tuesday, June 7, 2005; Thursday, June 30, 2005, to Monday, July 11, 2005; Friday, July 29, 2005, to Friday, Sept. 2, 2005; Friday, Oct. 7, 2005, to Monday, Oct. 17, 2005; Friday, Nov. 18, 2005; Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2005. The Senate adjourned for recess Thursday, Jan. 6, 2005, to Thursday, Jan. 20, 2005; Friday, Feb. 18, 2005, to Monday, Feb. 28, 2005; Sunday, Mar. 20, 2005, to Monday, Apr. 4, 2005; Friday, Apr. 29, 2005, to Monday, May 9, 2005; Thursday, May 26, 2005, to Monday, June 6, 2005; Friday, July 1, 2005, to Monday, July 11, 2005; Friday, July 29, 2005, to Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005; Friday, Oct. 7, 2005, to Monday, Oct. 17, 2005.

    102. The House adjourned for recess this session Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2006, to Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2006; Thursday, Feb. 16, 2006, to Monday, Feb. 27, 2006; Thursday, Mar. 16, 2006, to Tuesday, Mar. 28, 2006; Thursday, Apr. 6, 2006, to Tuesday, Apr. 25, 2006; Thursday, May 25, 2006, to Tuesday, June 6, 2006; Thursday, June 29, 2006, to Monday, July 10, 2006; Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2006, to Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006; Friday, Sept. 29, 2006, to Monday, Nov. 13, 2006; Thursday, Nov. 16, 2006, to Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2006. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2006, to Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2006; Friday, Feb. 17, 2006, to Monday, Feb. 27, 2006; Thursday, Mar. 16, 2006, to Monday, Mar. 27, 2006; Friday, Apr. 7, 2006, to Monday, Apr. 24, 2006; Friday, May 26, 2006, to Monday, June 5, 2006; Friday, June 30, 2006, to Monday, July 10, 2006; Thursday, Aug. 3, 2006, to Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2006; Friday, Sept. 29, 2006, to Monday, Nov. 13, 2006; Thursday, Nov. 16, 2006, to Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2006.

    103. The House adjourned for recess this session Friday, Feb. 16, 2007, to Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2007; Friday, Mar. 30, 2007, to Monday, Apr. 16, 2007; Thursday, May 24, 2007, to Tuesday, June 5, 2007; Thursday, June 28, 2007, to Tuesday, July 10, 2007; Saturday, Aug. 4, 2007, to Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2007; Thursday, Nov. 15, 2007, to Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2007. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Saturday, Feb. 17, 2007, to Monday, Feb. 26, 2007; Thursday, Mar. 29, 2007, to Tuesday, Apr. 10, 2007; Friday, May 25, 2007, to Monday, June 4, 2007; Friday, June 29, 2007, to Monday, July 9, 2007; Friday, Aug. 3, 2007, to Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2007; Friday, Oct. 5, 2007, to Monday, Oct. 15, 2007; Friday, Nov. 16, 2007, to Monday, Dec. 3, 2007; Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2007, to Thursday, Jan. 3, 2008.

    104. The House adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Jan. 3, 2008, to Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2008; Friday, Mar. 14, 2008, to Monday, Mar. 31, 2008; Thursday, May 22, 2008, to Thursday, June 3, 2008; Saturday, June 26, 2008, to Tuesday, July 8, 2008; Friday, Aug. 1, 2008, to Monday, Sept. 8, 2008; Friday, Oct. 3, 2008, to Sunday, Nov. 9, 2008; Thursday, Nov. 20, 2008, to Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2008; Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2008, to Saturday, Jan. 3, 2009. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Jan. 3, 2008, to Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2008; Feb. 14, 2008, to Feb. 26, 2008; Mar. 13, 2008, to Mar. 31, 2008; May 22, 2008, to June 2, 2008; June 27, 2008, to July 7, 2008; Aug. 1, 2008, to Sept. 8, 2008; Oct. 2, 2008, to Nov. 17, 2008; Nov. 20, 2008, to Dec. 8, 2008; Dec. 11, 2008, to Jan. 3, 2009.

    105. The House adjourned for recess this session Friday, Feb. 13, 2009, to Monday, Feb. 23, 2009; Thursday, Apr. 2, 2009, to Tuesday, Apr. 21, 2009; Thursday, May 21, 2009, to Tuesday, June 2, 2009; Friday, June 26, 2009, to Tuesday, July 7, 2009; Friday, July 31, 2009, to Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2009; Saturday, Nov. 7, 2009, to Monday, Nov. 16, 2009; Thursday, Nov. 19, 2009, to Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2009; Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2009, to Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2010. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Friday, Feb. 13, 2009, to Monday, Feb. 23, 2009; Thursday, Apr. 2, 2009, to Monday, Apr. 20, 2009; Friday, May 22, 2009, to Monday, June 1, 2009; Friday, June 26, 2009, to Monday, July 6, 2009; Friday, Aug. 7, 2009, to Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2009; Friday, Oct. 9, 2009, to Jan. 5, 2010.

    106. The House adjourned for recess this session Tuesday Feb. 9, 2010, to Monday, Feb. 22, 2010; Thursday, March 25, 2010, to Tuesday, Apr. 13, 2010; Friday, May 28, 2010, to Tuesday, June 8, 2010; Thursday, July 1, 2010, to Tuesday, July 13, 2010; Friday, July 31, 2010, to Monday, Aug. 9, 2010; Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2010, to Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010; Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010, to Monday, Nov. 15, 2010; Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010, to Monday, Nov. 29, 2010; Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2010, to Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Friday, Feb. 12, 2010, to Monday, Feb. 22, 2010; Friday, March 26, 2010, to Monday, Apr. 12, 2010; Friday, May 28, 2010, to Monday, June 7, 2010; Wednesday, June 30, 2010, to Monday, July 12, 2010; Thursday, Aug. 5, 2010, to Thursday, Aug. 12, 2010; Thursday, Aug. 12, 2010, to Monday, Sept. 13, 2010; Friday, Nov. 19, 2010, to Monday, Nov. 29, 2010; Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2010, to Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011.

    107. The House adjourned for recess this session Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011, to Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2011; Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011, to Monday, Feb. 28, 2011; Thursday, Mar. 17, 2011, to Tuesday, Mar. 29, 2011; Friday, Apr. 15, 2011, to Monday, May 2, 2011; Friday, May 13, 2011, to Monday, May 23, 2011; Friday, Dec. 23, 2011, to Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2011. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011, to Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011; Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011, to Monday, Feb. 28, 2011; Thursday, Mar. 17, 2011, to Monday, Mar. 28, 2011; Thursday, Apr. 14, 2011, to Monday, May 2, 2011; Friday, Dec. 23, 2011, to Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2011.

    108. The House adjourned for recess this session Friday, Mar. 30, 2012, to Monday, Apr. 16, 2012; Friday, Apr. 27, 2012, to Monday, May 7, 2012; Friday, June 29, 2012, to Monday, July 9, 2012; Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2012, to Monday, Sept. 10, 2012; Friday, Nov. 16, 2012, to Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Mar. 29, 2012, to Monday, Apr. 16, 2012; Thursday, Apr. 26, 2012, to Monday, May 7, 2012; Friday, June 29, 2012, to Monday, July 9, 2012; Friday, Aug. 3, 2012, to Monday, Sept. 10, 2012; Friday, Nov. 16, 2012, to Monday, Nov. 26, 2012.

    109. The House adjourned for recess this session Friday, Jan. 4, 2013, to Monday, Jan. 14, 2013; Friday, Feb. 15, 2013, to Monday, Feb. 25, 2013; Monday, Mar. 25, 2013, to Tuesday, Apr. 9, 2013; Friday, May 24, 2013, to Monday, June 3, 2013; Friday, June 28, 2013, to Monday, July 8, 2013; Friday, Aug. 2, 2013, to Friday, Sept. 6, 2013; Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013, to Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013; Friday, Nov. 22, 2013, to Monday, Dec. 2, 2013; Thursday, Dec. 26, 2013, to Friday, Jan. 3, 2014. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Friday, Jan. 4, 2013, to Monday, Jan. 21, 2013; Friday, Feb. 15, 2013, to Monday, Feb. 25, 2013; Saturday, Mar. 23, 2013, to Monday, Apr. 8, 2013; Thursday, May 23, 2013, to Monday, June 3, 2013; Thursday, June 27, 2013, to Monday, July 8, 2013; Friday, Aug. 2, 2013, to Monday, Aug. 12, 2013; Monday, Aug. 12, 2013, to Monday, Sept. 9, 2013; Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013, to Monday, Oct. 28, 2013; Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013, to Monday, Dec. 9, 2013; Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2013, to Friday, Jan. 3, 2014.

    110. The House adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Apr. 10, 2014, to Monday, Apr. 28, 2014; Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014, to Monday, Sept. 8, 2014; Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, to Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014; Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, to Monday, Dec. 1, 2014; Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2014, to Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Friday, Apr. 11, 2014, to Monday, Apr. 28, 2014; Friday, Aug. 8, 2014, to Monday, Sept. 8, 2014; Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014, to Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014; Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014, to Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014; Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, to Monday, Dec. 1, 2014; Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2014, to Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015.

    111. The House adjourned for recess this session Thursday, Mar. 26, 2015, to Monday, Apr. 13, 2015. The Senate adjourned for recess this session Friday, Mar. 27, 2015, to Monday, Apr. 13, 2015 (as of June 8, 2015).

    112. Elected Speaker Oct. 29, 2015, to succeed John Boehner, who resigned the Speakership that day.

    Speakers of the House of Representatives, 1789–2015

    Congress

    Speaker

    1st

    (1789–1791)

    Frederick A. C. Muhlenberg, Pa.

    2nd

    (1791–1793)

    Jonathan Trumbull, F-Conn.

    3rd

    (1793–1795)

    Muhlenberg

    4th

    (1795–1797)

    Jonathan Dayton, F- N.J.

    5th

    (1797–1799)

    Dayton

    6th

    (1799–1801)

    Theodore Sedgwick, F-Mass.

    7th

    (1801–1803)

    Nathaniel Macon, D-N.C.

    8th

    (1803–1805)

    Macon

    9th

    (1805–1807)

    Macon

    10th

    (1807–1809)

    Joseph B. Varnum, Mass.

    11th

    (1809–1811)

    Varnum

    12th

    (1811–1813)

    Henry Clay, R-Ky.

    13th

    (1813–1814)

    Clay

    (1814–1815)

    Langdon Cheves, D-S.C.

    14th

    (1815–1817)

    Clay

    15th

    (1817–1819)

    Clay

    16th

    (1819–1820)

    Clay

    (1820–1821)

    John W. Taylor, D-N.Y.

    17th

    (1821–1823)

    Philip P. Barbour, D- Va.

    18th

    (1823–1825)

    Clay

    19th

    (1825–1827)

    Taylor

    20th

    (1827–1829)

    Andrew Stevenson, D- Va.

    21st

    (1829–1831)

    Stevenson

    22nd

    (1831–1833)

    Stevenson

    23rd

    (1833–1834)

    Stevenson

    (1834–1835)

    John Bell, W-Tenn.

    24th

    (1835–1837)

    James K. Polk, D-Tenn.

    25th

    (1837–1839)

    Polk

    26th

    (1839–1841)

    Robert M.T. Hunter, D-Va.

    27th

    (1841–1843)

    John White, W-Ky.

    28th

    (1843–1845)

    John W. Jones, D- Va.

    29th

    (1845–1847)

    John W. Davis, D- Ind.

    30th

    (1847–1849)

    Robert C. Winthrop, W- Mass.

    31st

    (1849–1851)

    Howell Cobb, D-Ga.

    32nd

    (1851–1853)

    Linn Boyd, D-Ky.

    33rd

    (1853–1855)

    Boyd

    34th

    (1855–1857)

    Nathaniel P. Banks, R-Mass.

    35th

    (1857–1859)

    James L. Orr, D-S.C.

    36th

    (1859–1861)

    William Pennington, R-N.J.

    37th

    (1861–1863)

    Galusha A. Grow, R-Pa.

    38th

    (1863–1865)

    Schuyler Colfax, R-Ind.

    39th

    (1865–1867)

    Colfax

    40th

    (1867–1868)

    Colfax

    (1868–1869)

    Theodore M. Pomeroy, R-N.Y.

    41st

    (1869–1871)

    James G. Blaine, R-Maine

    42nd

    (1871–1873)

    Blaine

    43rd

    (1873–1875)

    Blaine

    44th

    (1875–1876)

    Michael C. Kerr, D-Ind.

    (1876–1877)

    Samuel J. Randall, D-Pa.

    45th

    (1877–1879)

    Randall

    46th

    (1879–1881)

    Randall

    47th

    (1881–1883)

    Joseph Warren Keifer, R-Ohio

    48th

    (1883–1885)

    John G. Carlisle, D-Ky.

    49th

    (1885–1887)

    Carlisle

    50th

    (1887–1889)

    Carlisle

    51st

    (1889–1891)

    Thomas Brackett Reed, R-Maine

    52nd

    (1891–1893)

    Charles F. Crisp, D-Ga.

    53rd

    (1893–1895)

    Crisp

    54th

    (1895–1897)

    Reed

    55th

    (1897–1899)

    Reed

    56th

    (1899–1901)

    David B. Henderson, R-Iowa

    57th

    (1901–1903)

    Henderson

    58th

    (1903–1905)

    Joseph G. Cannon, R- Ill.

    59th

    (1905–1907)

    Cannon

    60th

    (1907–1909)

    Cannon

    61st

    (1909–1911)

    Cannon

    62nd

    (1911–1913)

    James B. “Champ” Clark, D-Mo.

    63rd

    (1913–1915)

    Clark

    64th

    (1915–1917)

    Clark

    65th

    (1917–1919)

    Clark

    66th

    (1919–1921)

    Frederick H. Gillett, R-Mass.

    67th

    (1921–1923)

    Gillett

    68th

    (1923–1925)

    Gillett

    69th

    (1925–1927)

    Nicholas Longworth, R-Ohio

    70th

    (1927–1929)

    Longworth

    71st

    (1929–1931)

    Longworth

    72nd

    (1931–1933)

    John Nance Garner, D-Texas

    73rd

    (1933–1934)

    Henry T. Rainey, D-Ill.1

    74th

    (1935–1936)

    Joseph W. Byrns, D-Tenn.

    (1936–1937)

    William B. Bankhead, D-Ala.

    75th

    (1937–1939)

    Bankhead

    76th

    (1939–1940)

    Bankhead

    (1940–1941)

    Sam Rayburn, D-Texas

    77th

    (1941–1943)

    Rayburn

    78th

    (1943–1945)

    Rayburn

    79th

    (1945–1947)

    Rayburn

    80th

    (1947–1949)

    Joseph W. Martin Jr., R-Mass.

    81st

    (1949–1951)

    Rayburn

    82nd

    (1951–1953)

    Rayburn

    83rd

    (1953–1955)

    Martin

    84th

    (1955–1957)

    Rayburn

    85th

    (1957–1959)

    Rayburn

    86th

    (1959–1961)

    Rayburn

    87th

    (1961)

    Rayburn

    (1962–1963)

    John W. McCormack, D-Mass.

    88th

    (1963–1965)

    McCormack

    89th

    (1965–1967)

    McCormack

    90th

    (1967–1969)

    McCormack

    91st

    (1969–1971)

    McCormack

    92nd

    (1971–1973)

    Carl Albert, D-Okla.

    93rd

    (1973–1975)

    Albert

    94th

    (1975–1977)

    Albert

    95th

    (1977–1979)

    Thomas P. O’Neill Jr., D-Mass.

    96th

    (1979–1981)

    O’Neill

    97th

    (1981–1983)

    O’Neill

    98th

    (1983–1985)

    O’Neill

    99th

    (1985–1987)

    O’Neill

    100th

    (1987–1989)

    Jim Wright, D-Texas

    101st

    (1989)

    Wright2

    (1989–1991)

    Thomas S. Foley, D-Wash.

    102nd

    (1991–1993)

    Foley

    103rd

    (1993–1995)

    Foley

    104th

    (1995–1997)

    Newt Gingrich, R-Ga.

    105th

    (1997–1999)

    Gingrich

    106th

    (1999–2001)

    Dennis Hastert, R-Ill.

    107th

    (2001–2003)

    Hastert

    108th

    (2003–2005)

    Hastert

    109th

    (2005–2007)

    Hastert

    110th

    (2007–2009)

    Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.

    111th

    (2009–2011)

    Pelosi

    112th

    (2011–2013)

    John Boehner, R-Ohio

    113th

    (2013–2015)

    Boehner

    114th

    (2015)

    Boehner3

    (2015–)

    Paul Ryan, R-Wisc.

    Sources: 2007–2008 Congressional Directory, 110th Congress (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 2008); CQ Weekly, selected issues.

    Notes: Key to abbreviations: D—Democrat; F—Federalist; R—Republican; W—Whig.

    1. Rainey died in 1934 but was not replaced until the next Congress.

    2. Wright resigned and was succeeded by Foley on June 6, 1989.

    3. Boehner resigned and was succeeded by Ryan on Oct. 29, 2015.

    House Floor Leaders, 1899–2015

    Sources: Randall B. Ripley, Party Leaders in the House of Representatives (Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution, 1967); Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774–1996 (Alexandria, Va.: CQ Staff Directories, 1997); CQ Weekly, selected issues.

    1. Clark became minority leader in 1908.

    2. Bankhead became Speaker of the House on June 4, 1936. The post of majority leader remained vacant until the next Congress.

    3. McCormack became majority leader on Sept. 26, 1940, filling the vacancy caused by the elevation of Rayburn to the post of Speaker of the House on Sept. 16, 1940.

    4. Albert became majority leader on Jan. 10, 1962, filling the vacancy caused by the elevation of McCormack to the post of Speaker of the House on Jan. 10, 1962.

    5. Rhodes became minority leader on Dec. 7, 1973, filling the vacancy caused by the resignation of Ford on Dec. 6, 1973, to become vice president.

    6. Gephardt became majority leader on June 14, 1989, filling the vacancy created when Foley succeeded Wright as Speaker of the House on June 6, 1989.

    7. Delay resigned on Sept. 28, 2005, and Blunt became interim majority leader. Boehner became majority leader on Feb. 2, 2006.

    8. Cantor resigned on Aug. 1, 2014, and McCarthy became majority leader.

    Senate Floor Leaders, 1911–2015

    Sources:Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774–1996 (Alexandria, Va.: CQ Staff Directories, 1997); >Majority and Minority Leaders of the Senate, comp. Floyd M. Riddick, 94th Cong., 1st sess., 1975, S Doc 66; CQ Weekly, selected issues

    1. Lodge became minority leader on Aug. 24, 1918, filling the vacancy caused by the death of Gallinger on Aug. 17, 1918.

    2. Underwood became minority leader on April 27, 1920, filling the vacancy caused by the death of Martin on Nov. 12, 1919. Gilbert M. Hitchcock, D-Neb., served as acting minority leader in the interim.

    3. Curtis became majority leader on Nov. 28, 1924, filling the vacancy caused by the death of Lodge on Nov. 9, 1924.

    4. Barkley became majority leader on July 22, 1937, filling the vacancy caused by the death of Robinson on July 14, 1937.

    5. Bridges became minority leader on Jan. 8, 1952, filling the vacancy caused by the death of Wherry on Nov. 29, 1951.

    6. Knowland became majority leader on Aug. 4, 1953, filling the vacancy caused by the death of Taft on July 31, 1953. Taft’s vacant seat was filled Democrat Thomas Burke on Nov. 10, 1953. The division of the Senate changed to 48 Democrats, 47 Republicans, and 1 Independent, thus giving control of the Senate to the Democrats. However, Knowland remained as majority leader until the end of the 83rd Congress.

    7. Scott became minority leader on Sept. 24, 1969, filling the vacancy caused by the death of Dirksen on Sept. 7, 1969.

    8. Lott became majority leader on June 12, 1996, following the resignation of Dole on June 11.

    9. The 2000 elections resulted in a 50–50 split between the Democrats and Republicans. With Republican Vice President Richard B. Cheney acting as the nominal Senate leader, the GOP retained technical control of the chamber, allowing party members to be in the primary leadership roles even though the two parties had worked out a power-sharing arrangement on committees. On June 5, 2001, Republican James M. Jeffords of Vermont became an Independent with the intent of caucusing with the Democrats.

    On June 6, the Democrats achieved a 50–49–1 majority as a result, allowing them to take control of the majority positions in the leadership and on all committees.

    Notes:

    1.Superseded by the Twelfth Amendment.

    2.Changed to January 20 by the Twentieth Amendment.

    3.Superseded by the Nineteenth and Twenty-sixth Amendments.

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    A database at Ballot Watch has details about initiatives and referendums that are moving toward qualification on state ballots or that have already qualified in states around the country. Users can search the database by subject, status, state, and type of measure.

    Census: Voting and Registration Data

    www.census.gov/hhes/wwww/socdemo/voting/index.html

    The U.S. Census Bureau operates this site, which has data about registration and voting by various demographic and socioeconomic groups. Data are available from 1964 to the present.

    Clark Library Government Information Collection

    www.lib.umich.edu/clark-library/collections/government-information

    This site of the University of Michigan Documents Center offers links to hundreds of Web sites about politics and elections. The listings are divided into more than two dozen categories, including campaign finance, cybercitizenry, elections, foreign policy, lobbying groups, news sources, political parties, primaries, public opinion, public policy issues, statistics, and think tanks, among others.

    CQ Roll Call

    www.cqrollcall.com

    CQ Roll Call provides unique, compelling perspectives on politics, campaigns, and events on Capitol Hill. Commonly covered subjects include the Supreme Court, upcoming elections, the economy, national security, Congress, and the White House.

    Election Assistance Commission

    www.eac.gov

    Established by the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA), the EAC is an independent, bipartisan commission that develops guidance to meet HAVA requirements, adopting voluntary voting system guidelines, and serving as a national clearinghouse of information on election administration. EAC also accredits testing laboratories and certifies voting systems, as well as audits the use of HAVA funds.

    Electionline.org

    www.electionline.org

    Electionline.org is produced by the Pew Center on the States’ Election Initiatives. A nonpartisan, non-advocacy Web site, Electionline.org provides up- to-the-minute news and analysis on election reform.

    Electoral College Home Page

    www.archives.gov/federal-register/electoral-college/index.html

    Background information about how the Electoral College operates is available at this site. It also has results for popular votes and Electoral College votes in presidential elections from 1789 to the present and provisions of the U.S. Constitution and federal law pertaining to presidential elections.

    Federal Election Commission

    www.fec.gov

    This site’s main feature is a database of campaign finance reports filed from May 1996 to the present by House and presidential candidates, political action committees, and political party committees. Senate reports are not included because they are filed with the secretary of the Senate. Another valuable resource is the Combined Federal/State Disclosure and Election Directory, which provides detailed information about every federal and state office that collects campaign finance data or regulates election spending. For each office, the publication lists the types of data that are available and complete contact information, including a link to the office’s Web site.

    League of Women Voters

    http://lwv.org

    This League of Women Voters site has links to information about state and local candidates around the country, details about how to register to vote, voter registration contact numbers for every state, and links to other election sites.

    National Commission on Federal Election Reform

    http://millercenter.org/policy/commissions/priorcommissions/election

    This site is the home of the National Commission on Federal Election Reform, organized in the wake of the 2000 presidential election by the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia and the Century Foundation. Available on the site is the full text of the bipartisan commission’s 114- page final report, issued July 31, 2001. Many of the commission’s recommendations were incorporated in the Help America Vote Act signed by President George W. Bush on October 29, 2002.

    National Conference of State Legislatures: Elections and Campaigns

    www.ncsl.org/research/elections-and-campaigns.aspx

    The NCSL is a national support organization for state legislatures. Their elections and campaigns coverage includes information about voter registration, election results and analyses, and campaign finances, as well as maintains an elections legislation database.

    The New York Times: Politics

    www.nytimes.com/pages/politics/index.html

    Political stories from the current day’s issue of the New York Times are available through this site. It also offers breaking Washington news stories from the Associated Press, archived Times stories about specific political topics, results from political polls, and political cartoons by a variety of artists.

    Opensecrets.org

    www.opensecrets.org

    Both raw data about money in politics and reports that analyze all the numbers are available at this site. It is operated by the Center for Responsive Politics, a nonprofit research group. Numerous databases provide detailed campaign finance data for federal candidates and information about contributions by political action committees. The site also has lists of the top federal contributors by industry, profiles of every political action committee registered with the Federal Election Commission, data about soft money contributions, links to sources of state campaign finance data, reports with titles such as Influence Inc.: The Bottom Line on Washington Lobbyists and The Politics of Sugar, and much more.

    The Pew Research Center for the People & the Press

    www.people-press.org

    The Pew site presents the results of polls regarding the press, politics, and public policy issues conducted from 1995 to the present. The polls measure public attitudes about topics such as China policy, Congress, the economy, elections, and the Internet’s impact in elections.

    Political Money Line

    www.politicalmoneyline.com

    Political Money Line, which is operated by a private company, offers an extraordinary collection of federal campaign finance data. The site has lists of the top contributors from each state, lists of the leading political action committees in various categories, data on soft money contributions, numerous databases that provide itemized information about receipts and expenditures by federal candidates and political action committees, and much more. Most of the information is free, although some sections of the site are limited to subscribers.

    Political Resources on the Net

    www.politicalresources.net

    Links to more than 24,000 election and politics-related Web sites around the world are presented at this site. The links lead to sites operated by political parties, organizations, governments, media outlets, and others. Users can search the whole site or browse the links by region or country.

    Politico

    www.politico.com

    POLITICO.com is a multiplatform news source that reports on events in Congress, the interworkings of lobbying in Washington, and election campaigns. POLITICO shares editorial content with news outlets from across the country.

    Politics1

    www.politics1.com

    Politics1 provides a huge set of annotated links to Web sites operated by candidates, political parties, election offices, and election news sources in states around the country. It also has links to sites for presidential candidates, the two major parties, third parties, and political news sources.

    Politicsonline

    www.politicsonline.com

    This site’s highlight is its large collection of links to news stories about how the Internet is being used in elections and politics around the world.

    Project Vote Smart

    www.vote-smart.org

    The Project Vote Smart site provides biographies of thousands of candidates and elected officials in offices ranging from state legislator to president, voting records for members of Congress, detailed campaign finance data for members of Congress, the texts of ballot initiatives from states around the country, links to thousands of other political Web sites, and lots more.

    Real Clear Politics

    www.realclearpolitics.com

    RCP is an independent online source providing commentary, news, polling data, and election analysis.

    United States Election Project

    www.electproject.org

    Created and curated by Dr. Michael P. McDonald, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida, the Elections Project provides information about the United States electoral system, particularly related to voter turnout and redistricting. The project offers election statistics, electoral laws, research reports, and other useful information regarding the United States electoral system.

    Washingtonpost.com: On Politics

    www.washingtonpost.com/politics

    The latest political news from the Washington Post and the Associated Press highlights this page. It also has archived stories about dozens of political issues, such as health care and gun control, election coverage, and more.

    Political Party Abbreviations

    the following list provides a key to the political party abbreviations used in Guide to U.S. Elections, seventh edition. This list was developed by CQ Press from two sources for party designations: the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), for most election returns up to 1973; and the America Votes series (compiled biennially by CQ Press in Washington, D.C.) for most election returns after 1974. In cases of -discrepancy, the ICPSR party designation was used.

    The election data obtained from the ICPSR contain nearly 1,500 different party labels. In many cases the party labels represent combinations of multiparty support received by individual candidates. However, in preparing the returns for publication, approximately 1,000 of the party labels were eliminated because the candidate(s) did not receive at least 5 percent of the votes cast. The names of the parties appear below in the form they were obtained from ICPSR and America Votes.

    A-A

    Anti-Adams

    A-AK R

    Anti-Addicks Republican

    AB

    Abolition

    A-BANK

    Anti-Bank

    AB-D

    Abolition-Democrat

    A-BEN D

    Anti-Benton Democrat

    A-BOSS

    Anti-Boss

    A-BROD D

    Anti-Broderick Democrat

    AC

    Anti-corruption

    A-CB

    Anti Carpet- Baggers

    ACP

    A Connecticut Party

    AD

    Adams Democrat

    A-D-FUS

    Anti-Democrat-Fusion

    AGA

    American Grassroots Alternative

    AG WHEEL

    Agricultural Wheeler

    A JAC

    Andrew Jackson

    A-JAC

    Anti- Jackson

    A-JAC D

    Anti- Jackson Democrat

    A-KN D

    Anti-Know Nothing Democrat

    A-KN I

    Anti-Know Nothing Independent

    A-KN I D

    Anti-Know Nothing Independent Democrat

    AK R

    Addicks Republican

    A-LD D

    Anti- Land Distribution Democrat

    A-LEC D

    Anti-Lecompton Democrat

    A-LEC DR

    Anti-Lecompton Democrat and Republican

    ALI

    Alaskan Independent

    ALL PP

    All Peoples

    ALNC

    Alliance

    A-LOT D

    Anti-Lottery Democrat

    AM

    American

    A-MACH

    Anti-Machine

    A-MAINE

    Anti-Maine Law

    A-MAS

    Anti-Mason

    A-MASC

    Anti-Masonic

    A-MASDNR

    Anti-Mason-Democrat-National Republican

    AM & EMANC

    American and Emancipationist

    AMH

    American Heritage

    AM I

    American Independent

    AM LAB

    American Labor

    AM MO

    American Party of Missouri

    AM NAT

    American National

    A-MON D

    Anti-Monopoly Democrat

    A-MONOP

    Anti-Monopoly

    AM R

    American Republican

    AM&R

    American and Republican

    A-NEB

    Anti- Nebraska

    A-NEB D

    Anti- Nebraska Democrat

    ANTI-CLINT

    Anti-Clinton

    ANTI-CL R

    Anti-Clinton Republican

    ANTI- FED

    Anti-Federalist

    AP

    Action Party

    APOLLO

    Apollo Hall

    AR

    Adams Republican

    A-RENT

    Anti-Rent

    A-RPT D

    Anti-Redemption Democrat

    A-TAM

    Anti-Tammany

    A-TARIFF

    Anti-Tariff

    A-TAX

    Anti-Tax

    A-TRUST

    Anti-Trust (A.T.)

    A VB D

    Anti-Van Buren Democrat

    A-WOLF D

    Anti- Wolf Democrat

    BALLOT

    Ballot Reform

    BARN D

    Barnburner Democrat

    BC

    Butter Congressional

    BENTON D

    Benton Democrat

    B MOOSE

    Bull Moose

    BOLT D

    Bolting Democrat

    BRECK D

    Breckinridge Democrat

    BROD D

    Broderick Democrat

    BRYAN

    Bryan Party

    BRYAN D

    Bryan Democrat

    B-T R

    Brindle-Tail Republican

    B & T R

    Black and Tan Republican

    BUCK R

    Bucktail Republican

    BUSINESS

    Business Med

    BUT D & N

    Butler Democrat and National

    BUT D & R

    Butler Democrat and Greenback

    BUT R

    But. Republican

    C

    Conservative

    CALH D

    Calhoun Democrat

    CASS D

    Cass Democrat

    CC

    Change Congress

    CD

    Conservative Democrat

    CEN

    Centrist

    CI/IC

    Citizen Independent or Independent Citizen

    CIT

    Citizens

    CIT & CO D

    Citizen and County Democrat

    CITY

    City Party

    CITY FUS

    City Fusion

    CIV A

    ‘Civ. A’

    CLAY D

    Clay Democrat

    CLAY R

    Clay Republican

    CLEAN GV

    Clean Government

    CLINT R

    Clinton Republican

    CLP

    Commonwealth Land Party

    CLUNEY

    Cluney Taxpayers Good Government

    CNM

    Cincinnatus Nonpartisan Movement

    COALIT

    Coalition

    CO D

    County Democrat

    COLORED

    Colored

    COLOR R

    Colored Republican

    COM

    Communist

    CONST

    Constitution

    CONSU

    Consumer

    CP

    Commonwealth Party

    CR

    Conservative Republican

    CREOLE

    Creole Faction

    CS

    Common Sense

    CSI

    Civil Service Independents

    CSR & D

    ‘CSR’ and Democrat

    CST

    Constitutional

    CST U

    Constitutional Union

    D

    Democrat

    D & AM

    Democrat and American

    D & A- MASC

    Democrat and Anti-Masonic

    D AM IL

    Democrat, American, Independence League

    D & A-RENT

    Democrat and Anti-Rent

    D & CD

    Democrat and Co. Democrat

    D CIT

    Democratic Citizen

    D & CIT

    Democrat and Citizen

    D & CST

    Democrat and Constitution

    DENVER I

    Denver Independent Party

    D & F ALNC

    Democrat and Farmers Alliance

    DFL

    Democrat Farmer-Labor

    D & G

    Democrat and Greenback

    D- HANKER

    Democrat-Hanker

    DI

    Democratic-Independent

    D & I

    Democrat and Independent

    D & ID

    Democrat and Independent Democrat

    D IL

    Democrat, Independent League

    D & IL

    Democrat and Independence League

    D IL A NP

    Dem., Independent League, Amer., Nat’l. -Progressive

    D IL ANPI

    Democrat, Independent League, American, Nat’l Progressive, Ind.

    D IL NPR

    Democrat, Independent League, National Progressive

    D-IP

    Democrat-Independent Progressive

    D & I POP

    Democrat and Independent Populist

    DISS D

    Dissident Democrat

    DISTRIB

    Distributionist Candidate

    D & KEY

    Democrat and Keystone

    D K & PROG

    Democrat, Keystone and Progressive

    D & L

    Democrat and Liberal

    D & LAB

    Democrat and Labor

    D-LAB-PP

    Democrat-Labor-Peoples

    D-LAF I

    Democrat-La Follette Independent

    D & LIBN

    Democrat and Liberation

    D & LP

    Democrat and Law Preservation and Liberty

    D LP & L

    Democrat, Law Preservation and Liberty

    DN

    Democratic National

    DN & FS

    D.N. and F.S. (Free Silver)

    D-NG LAB

    Democrat-National Green Labor

    D NPR

    Democrat National Progressive

    D & NS

    Democrat and National Silver

    DODD I

    Dodd Independent

    D-OP

    Democrat-Other Parties

    DOUG D

    Douglas Democrat

    D & P

    Democrat and Prohibition

    D & POP

    Democrat and Populist

    D-POP I

    Democrat-Populist Independent

    DPOP PFS

    Democrat, Populist, Prohibition & Free Silver

    D-PP

    Democrat- Peoples

    DPPC

    Direct People’s Candidate

    D & PPI

    Democratic and People’s Independent

    D PPI & PR

    Democrat, People’s Independent and Progressive

    D & PRI

    Democrat and Progressive Independent

    D PR & IL

    Democrat, Progressive and Independence League

    D & PROG

    Democrat and Progressive

    D-PRO-TN

    Democrat-Progressive-Townsend

    DPUS

    D.P.U.S.

    D-R1

    Democratic-Republican

    D & REC

    Democrat and Recovery

    D REF

    Democrat Reform

    D & RESUB

    Democrat and Resubmission

    D R & SOC

    Democratic, Republican, Socialist

    DR SOC P

    Democratic, Republican, Socialist, Prohibition

    D SIL

    Democratic (Silver)

    D & SILVER

    Democrat and Silver

    D SM

    Democrat (S.M.)

    D SOC

    Democratic Socialist

    D & SOC

    Democrat & Socialist

    D SOCIAL

    Democratic Social

    D & UN LAB

    Democrat and Union Labor

    D-WM

    Democrat-Working Man

    ECR

    Economic Recovery

    EMANCIP

    Emancipation

    ENVIRON

    Environment

    EP

    Elec. Prog.

    ER

    Equal Right

    E TAX

    Equal Tax

    FACP R

    Father Coughlin’s Principles, Republican

    F ALNC

    Farmers’ Alliance

    FB R

    ‘Free Bridge’ Republican

    FED

    Federalist

    FEDL

    Federal

    FEDL AB

    Federal Abolition

    FEDR LAB

    Federated Labor

    FF

    Four Freedoms

    FILL AM

    Fillmore American

    F-LAB

    Farmer-Labor

    FLA PP

    Florida People’s Party

    F PLAY

    Fair Play

    FREM AM

    Fremont American

    FS CLN

    Free Soil Coalition

    F SIL

    Free Silver

    F SIL R

    Free Silver Republican

    F SOIL

    Free Soil

    F SOIL D

    Free Soil Democrat

    F SOIL W

    Free Soil Whig

    FS & SC

    Free Soil and Scattering

    FTP

    For the People

    FUS

    Fusion

    FUS-D-PO

    Fusion-Democrat-Populist

    FUS R

    Fusion Republican

    G

    Greenback

    GD

    Greenback Democrat

    G & D

    Greenback and Democrat

    G LAB

    Greenback Labor

    G LAB & P

    Greenback Labor and Prohibition

    G LAB R

    Greenback Labor Republican

    GOLD D

    Gold Democrat

    GOOD GOV

    Good Government

    G & P

    Greenback and Prohibition

    G & R

    Greenback and Republican

    GR

    Grassroots

    GREEN

    Green

    G & TAM

    Greenback and Tammany

    HARD D

    Hard Democratic

    HARD D & AM

    Hard Democrat and American

    HC W

    Henry Clay Whig

    HE

    Honest Elections

    HG

    Honest Government

    HIG R

    Higgins Republican

    HL

    High Life

    H LIC

    High License

    HUNKER D

    Hunker Democrat

    I

    Independent

    IA

    Independent American

    I ALNC

    Independent Alliance

    IC

    Independent Conservative

    I CIT AL

    Independent Citizens Alliance

    ID

    Independent Democrat

    I & D

    Independent and Democrat

    I DEMOC

    Independent Democracy

    I D-R

    Independent Democratic Republican

    ID & OPP

    Independent Democrat and Opposition

    ID R & P

    Independent Democratic Republican and Prohibition

    IFC

    Independents for Change

    IFP

    Independents for Perot

    IG

    Independent Greenback

    IG & R

    Independent Greenback and Republican

    I GREEN

    Independent Green

    I LEAGUE

    Independence League

    I LG

    Independent League

    IL & NPR

    Independent-National and National -Progressive

    I-N

    Independent-National

    IND

    Independence (New York)

    IND CONG

    ‘Ind. Cong.’

    INDEP

    Independence

    IND GOVT

    Industrial Government

    INDL

    Industrialist

    INDUST

    Industrial

    I N-PART

    Independent Non- Partisan

    IP

    Independent Party

    IPA

    Independent Party of America

    I-PO

    Independent-Public Ownership

    INS

    Independent Neighbors

    IPP CH

    Independent People’s Choice

    I PROG

    Independent Progressive

    I-PROG- R

    Independent-Progressive-Republicans

    I-PR-SOC

    Independent-Progressive- Socialist

    IR, I-R

    Independent Republican

    I.R.

    I.R.

    I RAD R

    Independent Radical Republican

    IR & D

    Independent Republican and Democrat

    I REF

    Independent-Reform

    I REF D

    Independent Reform Democrat

    IR & P

    Independent Republican and Prohibition

    IRR U

    Irregular Union

    IRR W

    Irregular Whig

    IS

    Illinois Solidarity

    I SOC

    Independent Socialist

    IV

    Independent Voters

    I VT

    Independent Vermonters Party

    I W

    Independent Whig

    JAC

    Jackson

    JAC & AR

    Jackson and Adams Republican

    JAC D

    Jackson Democrat

    JAC R

    Jackson Republican

    JACS R

    Jacksonian Republican

    JEFF

    Jefferson

    JEFF D

    Jefferson-Democrat

    JEFFS

    Jeffersonian

    JOBLESS

    Jobless

    KEY

    Keystone

    KN

    Know-Nothing

    K POP

    Kolbite Populist

    L

    Liberal

    LAB

    Labor

    LAB & POP

    Labor and Populist

    LAB-R

    Labor-Republican

    LAB REF

    Labor Reform

    LAB REF & P

    Labor Reform and Prohibition

    LAF

    La Follette

    LAF I

    La Follette Independent

    LANCAST

    Lancaster

    LAW ENF

    Law Enforcement

    LAW ORD

    Law and Order

    LAW PRES

    Law Preservation

    LD D

    Land Distribution Democrat

    LFD

    Lincoln Fair Deal

    LIB

    Liberty

    LIBER W

    Liberation Whig

    LIBERT

    Libertarian

    LIF

    Long Island First

    LIN

    Lin.

    LINCOLN

    Lincoln

    L-LAB D

    Liberal-Labor-Democratic

    LOCOFOCO

    Locofoco

    L & O W

    Law and Order Whig

    LOW TAX D

    Low Tax Democrat

    LR

    Liberal Republican

    LRU

    La Raza Unida

    LU

    Liberty Union

    LW & B

    Light Wines and Beer

    LW R

    Lily-White Republican

    MCK SM

    McKinley Sound Money

    MID ROAD

    Middle of the Road Populist

    MINN TAX

    Minnesota Taxpayers

    MLP

    Municipal League Party (M.L.)

    MOD R

    Moderate Republican

    MOZART D

    Mozart Democrat

    MR

    Minstrel Republican

    N

    National Party

    NA

    New Alliance

    NAM

    Native American

    N AM

    National American

    NC R

    North Carolina Republican

    ND

    National Democrat

    NDPA

    National Democratic Party of Alabama

    NEB

    Nebraska

    NEB D

    Nebraska Democrat

    NEIGH

    Neighborhood

    NEW DEAL

    New Deal

    NEW I

    New Independent

    NEW LEAD

    New Leadership

    NF

    Nuclear Freeze

    NG

    National Greenback

    NL

    Natural Law

    NON PART

    Non Partisan

    NON PL

    Nonpartisan League

    NP

    National Prohibition

    N PROG

    National Progressive

    NR

    National Republican

    NR-A-MAS

    National Republican-Anti- Mason

    N SILVER

    National Silver

    N SR

    National States Rights

    NULL

    Nullifier

    NULL D

    Nullifier Democrat

    NULL NR

    Nullification-National Republican

    N UNION

    National Union

    OB

    Open Book

    OLD AGE

    Old Age Pension

    OLD R

    Old Republican

    OP

    Occion Popular

    OPP

    Opposition

    OPP D

    Opposition Democrat

    OPP R

    Opposition Republican

    OPP & SC

    Opposition and Scattering

    P

    Prohibition

    P & D

    Prohibition and Democrat

    P D-R & PR

    Prohibition, Democrat- Republican and Progressive

    P D SOC

    Prohibition, Democrat, Socialist

    PEACE D

    Peace Democrat

    PERS LIB

    Personal Liberty

    P & F ALNC

    Prohibition and Farmer’s Alliance

    PFP

    Peace and Freedom

    P-LAB

    Population-Labor

    POP

    Populist

    POP & D

    Populist and Democrat

    POP I

    Populist Independent

    POP & R

    Populist and Republican

    POP SIL

    Populist Silver

    POP & SL D

    Populist and Silver Democrat

    POPU GOV

    Popular Government

    PP

    People’s

    PP CAND

    People’s Candidate, The

    PP & D

    People’s and Democrat

    PP-D-S- R

    People’s-Democrat-Silver-Republican

    PP I

    People’s Independent

    PPL DR S

    People’s Party Labor, Democratic Republican, Silver

    PP & R

    People’s and Republican

    PRC TOWN

    PRC, Townsend

    PRG SOC

    Progressive Social

    PRI R

    Primary Republican

    PRO-BANK

    Pro-Bank

    PROG

    Progressive

    PROG-BMR

    Progressive-Bull Moose- Roosevelt

    PROG & BUS

    Progressive and Businessmen’s

    PROG D

    Progressive Democrat

    PROG D & P

    Progressive-Democrat and Prohibition

    PROG & IL

    Progressive and Independence League

    PROG-P

    Progressive-Prohibition

    PROG R

    Progressive Republican

    PT

    Protectionist

    PUB OWN

    Public Ownership

    PURE POL

    Pure Politics

    R

    Republican

    RAD

    Radical

    RAD R

    Radical Republican

    R AM

    Republican American

    R & A-MONO

    Republican and Anti-Monopoly

    R AM & PR

    Republican, American and Progressive

    R & A-TAM

    Republican and Anti- Tammany

    R & A-TR

    Republican and Anti-Trust Republican

    R & BM

    Republican and Bull Moose

    RBM & PR

    Republican, Bull Moose and Progressive

    R & CF

    Republican and City Fusion

    RCF & LP

    Republican City Fusion and Law Preservation

    R CF & REC

    Republican, City Fusion, and Recovery

    RCI

    Rich County Independent

    R CIT

    Republican Citizens

    R CST & CF

    Republican, Constitutional, and City Fusion

    R-D1

    Republican- Democrat

    RDC

    Republican Delegate Convention

    R-D-P

    Republican-Democrat-Prohibition

    R- D-PR-C

    Republican-Democrat-Progressive-- Commonwealth

    R-D-PROG

    Republican-Democratic-Progressive

    R D P T

    Republican, Democrat, Progressive, Townsend

    R D T

    Republican, Democrat, Townsend

    READJ

    Readjuster

    REDEM D

    Redemption Democrat

    REF

    Reform

    REF D

    Reform Democrat

    REG

    Regular

    REG D

    Regular Democrat

    REPEAL

    Repeal

    REPEAL L

    Repeal League

    R & F ALNC

    Republican and Farmer’s Alliance

    R-FF

    Republican-Federalist Fusion

    R-F- LAB

    Republican-Farmer Labor

    R F-L-P

    Republican, Farmer-Labor- Prohibition

    RG

    Republican Greenback

    R-G- FUS

    Republican-Greenback-Fusion

    R-GOLD D

    Republican-Gold Democrat

    R & ID

    Republican and Independent Democrat

    R & IL

    Republican and Independence League

    RIL A NP

    Republican Ind League, Amer. Nat’l Progressive

    RIL & NPR

    Republican, Independent League and National Progressive

    RIL P NP

    Republican, Independent League, Prohibition, Nat’l Progressive

    R IL PR

    Republican, Independence League and Progressive

    R & IV

    Republican and Independent Voters

    R K & WASH

    Republican, Keystone, and Washington

    RKW & ROPR

    Republican, Keystone, Washington and -Roosevelt Progressive

    R & LAB

    Republican and Labor

    R & LP

    Republican and Law Preservation

    R MCK CIT

    Republican, McKinley Citizen

    R & ND

    Republican and National Democrat

    R & NG

    Republican and National Greenback

    R & NP

    Republican and Nonpartisan

    R NPR

    Republican, Nat’l Progressive

    R NPR AM

    Republican, Nat’l Progressive, American

    RO

    Roosevelt

    ROBINSON

    Robinson Citizens Party

    ROB R

    Rob. Republican

    R- OP

    Republican-Other Parties

    RO PROG

    Roosevelt Progressive

    RO SOC D

    Roosevelt Social Democrat

    ROYAL OAK

    Royal Oak

    RP

    Rate Payers Against LILCO

    R & P

    Republican and Prohibition

    RP & DC

    Republican Party and Delegate Convention

    RPI

    Ross Perot Independent

    R P NPR

    Republican, Prohibition, Nat’l Progressive

    R POP FU

    Republican Populist Fusion

    RP & PROG

    Republican, Prohibition, and Progressive

    R PR IL

    Republican, Progressive, Independence League

    R & PROG

    Republican and Progressive

    R-SIL R

    Republican-Silver Republican

    R & SOC

    Republican and Socialist

    R SOC & LP

    Republican, Socialist, and Law Preservation

    R & SQDEAL

    Republican and Square Deal

    RT

    Republican, Townsend

    R & TEMP

    Republican and Temperance

    RTL

    Right to Life

    R & UL

    Republican and Union Labor

    R- UNION

    Republican-Union

    R & VIC

    Republican and ‘Vic’

    R VIC & CF

    Republican, ‘Vic’, and City Fusion

    R & WASH

    Republican and Washington

    R & YD

    Republican and Young Democracy

    SEC

    Secessionist

    SEC D

    Secession Democrat

    SEC W

    Secessionist Whig

    SILENT

    Silent Majority

    SIL-R

    Silver Republican

    SIL-R-D

    Silver-Republican- Democrat

    SINGLE T

    Single Tax

    SIS

    Staten Island Secession

    SM D

    Sound Money Democrat

    SOC

    Socialist

    SOC & F-L

    Socialist and Farmer- Labor

    SOCIAL D

    Social Democrat

    SOC LAB

    Socialist Labor

    SOC & LP

    Socialist and Law Preservation

    SOC & PROG

    Socialist and Progressive

    SOC WORK

    Socialist Workers

    SO D

    Southern Democrat

    SOFT D

    Soft Democrat

    SOFT D & AM

    Soft Democrat and American

    SOJ

    Scales of Justice

    SO RTS

    Southern Rights

    SO RTS D

    Southern Rights Democrat

    SOR W

    Southern Rights Whig

    SPP

    Straight People Party

    SR

    State Rights

    SR D

    State Rights Democrat

    SR FT

    State Rights Free Trader

    SR W

    State Rights Whig

    SSR D

    State’s Rights Democrat

    SSR NULL

    State’s Rights Nullifier

    STAL D

    Stalwart Democrat

    STAL SIL

    Stalwart Silver

    STATE D

    State Democrat

    STC D

    State Credit Democrat

    STICKER

    Sticker

    TAFT

    ‘Taft for President’

    TAM

    Tammany

    TAM D

    Tammany Democrat

    TAM D & UL

    Tammany Democrat and Union Labor

    TAM & NY D

    Tammany and New York Democracy

    TAX

    U.S. Taxpayers

    TAYLOR W

    Taylor Whig

    TCP-LI

    Tax Cut Party-Long Island

    TEMP

    Temperance

    TEMP REF

    Temperance Reform

    TFC

    Twenty-First Century

    THIRD

    The Third Party

    TOL

    Toleration

    TOWN

    Townsend

    TOWN-C-L

    Townsend-Coughlin-Labor

    TOWN OAP

    Townsend Old Age Pension

    TOWN SJ

    Townsend Social Justice

    TOWN- SJD

    Townsend-Social Justice, Democratic

    TCPT

    Taxpayers Party to Cut Taxes

    TP

    Tea Party

    U

    United

    U CIT

    United Citizen

    U LAB

    United Labor

    ULTRA AB

    Ultra Abolitionist

    UN

    Union

    UN D

    Union Democrat

    UN LAB

    Union Labor

    UN LAB & D

    Union Labor and Democrat

    UNP R

    Unpledged Republican

    UN PROG

    Union Progressive

    UN R

    Union Republican

    UN & SQD

    Union and Square Deal

    UNT

    Unionist

    UN W

    Union Whig

    USLP

    U.S. Labor Party

    UT

    Unity

    U TAX

    United Taxpayers

    UVD

    Ultra-Veto Democrat

    VB D

    Van Buren Democrat

    VB R

    Van Buren Republican

    VETS F

    Veterans Farmer

    VETS V

    Veterans Victory

    VG

    Vermont Grassroots

    VI

    Voice of Independence

    VL

    Voters League

    VR

    Voter Rights

    W

    Whig

    W & AM

    Whig and American

    W & A-MASC

    Whig and Anti- Masonic

    W-A-RENT

    Whig Anti-Rent

    WASH

    Washington

    WCP AM

    Workers (Communist) Party of America

    WELFARE

    Welfare

    WF

    Working Families

    W FS

    Whig Free Soil

    WILDCAT

    Wildcat

    WILSON I

    Wilson Independent

    WL

    Workers League

    WM

    Workingmen

    WM PENN

    William Penn

    WMP/L

    Workingman’s Party or League

    WOLF-D

    Wolf Democrat

    WP AM

    Workers Party of America

    WRITE IN

    Write In

    YD

    Young Democracy

    YD & R

    Young Democrat and Republican

    YOUNGMAN

    Youngman

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    House Candidates Index

    The House Candidates Index includes all candidates appearing in Chapter 23, “House General Election Returns, 1824–2015.” The index includes candidates’ names followed by state abbreviations and the years of candidacy. To locate a candidate’s returns, turn to Chapter 23 where the returns are arranged chronologically by year and alphabetically by state for each year. State abbreviations appear below.

    • Aaker (MN) – 1900
    • Aandahl Fred G (ND) – 1950
    • Aaron Samuel (NJ) – 1840
    • Aaron Ward (NY) – 1824
    • Aarons Morris (NY) – 1960
    • Abair Pete (MA) – 2000
    • Abate Frank (NJ) – 1992
    • Abbett Edwin L (NY) – 1890
    • Abbey Frank E (IL) – 1914
    • Abbey George W (MI) – 1886
    • Abbey James B (CA) – 1942 1944
    • Abbitt Watkins M (VA) – 1948 1950 1952 1954 1956 1958 1960 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970
    • Abbot William S (MA) – 1968
    • Abbott (WI) – 1852
    • Abbott Amos (MA) – 1842 1844 1846
    • Abbott Bill (IN) – 2002
    • Abbott Burnett J (MI) – 1928
    • Abbott Israel B (NC) – 1886
    • Abbott Jo (TX) – 1886 1888 1890 1892 1894
    • Abbott Josiah G (MA) – 1862 1864 1874
    • Abbott Nehemiah (ME) – 1856
    • Abbott Phillip J (TX) – 2002
    • Abboud Robert G (IL) – 2008
    • Abdella James (NY) – 1980
    • Abdnor James (SD) – 1972 1974 1976 1978
    • Abele Homer E (OH) – 1958 1962 1964
    • Abercrombie C H (OR) – 1912
    • Abercrombie James (AL) – 1851 1853
    • Abercrombie James F (AL) – 1914
    • Abercrombie John W (AL) – 1912 1914
    • Abercrombie Neil (HI) – 1986 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008
    • Abernethy Charles L (NC) – 1922 1924 1926 1928 1930 1932
    • Abernethy Thomas G (MS) – 1942 1944 1946 1948 1950 1952 1954 1956 1958 1960 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970
    • Abernethy Tom (AL) – 1962
    • Abourezk James (SD) – 1970
    • Abraham Ralph (LA) – 2014
    • Abraham William C (OH) – 1988
    • Abrahams George (CA) – 1986
    • Abrams Milton C (UT) – 1984
    • Abrams Samuel (MA) – 1930
    • Abramson Irving (NJ) – 1942
    • Abramson R S (LA) – 1972
    • Abt Clark C (MA) – 1986
    • Abu-Ghazalah Maad (CA) – 2002
    • Abzug Bella S (NY) – 1970 1972 1974 1978 1986
    • Acee (MS) – 1837
    • Acer Christopher T (NY) – 1970 1974
    • Acers N F (KS) – 1882
    • Acevedo Mary Alice (CA) – 1994
    • Acheson A W (TX) – 1890 1898 1920
    • Acheson Ernest F (PA) – 1892 1894 1896 1898 1900 1902 1904 1906
    • Acker Bert L (FL) – 1940 1942
    • Acker Bruce (CA) – 1998
    • Acker Ephraim L (PA) – 1870 1874
    • Ackerman Edwin D (NY) – 1908
    • Ackerman Ernest R (NJ) – 1918 1920 1922 1924 1926 1928 1930
    • Ackerman Gary L (NY) – 1983 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010
    • Ackerman J Waldo Jr (IL) – 1960
    • Ackerman Johann S (IL) – 1956
    • Ackerman Luther H (PA) – 1958
    • Ackerson Nels J (IN) – 1980 2008
    • Ackerty Merrick W (IN) – 1892
    • Acklen Joseph H (LA) – 1876 1878 1882
    • Acklen William (AL) – 1847
    • Ackley Charles W (NJ) – 1934
    • Acklin George W (PA) – 1998
    • Acklin J A (LA) – 1884
    • Actis Ronald G (MI) – 2000
    • Acuff Judd (TN) – 1938
    • Acuff Steve (NC) – 2006
    • Adair Charles R (MI) – 1922 1940
    • Adair Clark W (NE) – 1904
    • Adair E Ross (IN) – 1950 1952 1954 1956 1958 1960 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970
    • Adair J Carlton (NV) – 1962
    • Adair J Leroy (IL) – 1932 1934
    • Adair John (KY) – 1831
    • Adair John A M (IN) – 1906 1908 1910 1912 1914 1924
    • Adair Verdell (MD) – 1972
    • Adam Nathaniel (CA) – 2000
    • Adame Marshall (NC) – 2014
    • Adametz Paul T (PA) – 1996
    • Adamowski Benjamin S (IL) – 1942
    • Adams (GA) – 1916
    • Adams (MO) – 1858
    • Adams (NJ) – 1912
    • Adams (NY) – 1842
    • Adams (PA) – 1850
    • Adams (VT) – 1872
    • Adams Alfred (TN) – 1972
    • Adams Allen C (OK) – 1916
    • Adams Allison L (NY) – 1918
    • Adams Alma (NC) – 2014
    • Adams Alva (CO) – 1902
    • Adams Alva B (CO) – 1954 1956
    • Adams Augustus (IL) – 1878
    • Adams Billy (GA) – 1976
    • Adams Bob (WA) – 1992
    • Adams Brock (WA) – 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972 1974 1976
    • Adams C E (NE) – 1898
    • Adams C P (MN) – 1882
    • Adams Charles D (OH) – 1880
    • Adams Charles F (MA) – 1852 1858 1860
    • Adams Charles H (NY) – 1872 1874
    • Adams Clifford R (MN) – 1970
    • Adams Clyde (FL) – 1976
    • Adams David (TN) – 1835
    • Adams Dennis Jr (NJ) – 1984
    • Adams Dennis Sr (NJ) – 1976
    • Adams Eddie Jr (FL) – 2006 2008
    • Adams Edson (CA) – 1974
    • Adams Edward R (NY) – 1996
    • Adams Francis A (NY) – 1908
    • Adams G (KY) – 1845
    • Adams George (OH) – 1892 1900
    • Adams George E (IL) – 1882 1884 1886 1888 1890
    • Adams George M (KY) – 1867 1868 1870 1872 1882
    • Adams George Z (CA) – 1986 1988 1990
    • Adams Green (KY) – 1847 1859
    • Adams Henry C (WI) – 1902 1904
    • Adams J A (WA) – 1900
    • Adams J M (AL) – 1855
    • Adams James (NC) – 2000
    • Adams James A (WI) – 1972
    • Adams James F (MO) – 1926
    • Adams James R (NC) – 2002
    • Adams John (NH) – 1976
    • Adams John (NY) – 1832
    • Adams John (OH) – 2014
    • Adams John J (NY) – 1882 1884
    • Adams John Q (NY) – 1896
    • Adams John Quincy (MA) – 1830 1833 1834 1836 1838 1840 1842 1844 1846
    • Adams Joseph S (NC) – 1896
    • Adams Ken (FL) – 1988
    • Adams L S (AZ) – 1954
    • Adams Mike (TN) – 1980
    • Adams Monroe (NC) – 1938 1940
    • Adams Norman W (OH) – 1946
    • Adams Parmenio (NY) – 1824
    • Adams Paul L (MI) – 1942
    • Adams Percy D (NY) – 1890
    • Adams Robert Jr (PA) – 1893 1894 1896 1898 1900 1902 1904
    • Adams S C (VA) – 1890
    • Adams Samuel (PA) – 1878
    • Adams Sandra “Sandy” (FL) – 2010
    • Adams Seth (MA) – 1870
    • Adams Sherman (NH) – 1944
    • Adams Silas R (KY) – 1892 1894
    • Adams Spencer B (NC) – 1898
    • Adams Stanley G (VA) – 1948
    • Adams Stephen (MS) – 1845
    • Adams Steve (CA) – 2014
    • Adams Ted (SC) – 2000
    • Adams Thomas J (NY) – 1968
    • Adams Tom (SC) – 2014
    • Adams W P C (WA) – 1894
    • Adams Wayne N (WA) – 1968
    • Adams Wilbur (DE) – 1932
    • Adams William (PA) – 1908 1916 1922
    • Adamson William C (GA) – 1896 1898 1900 1902 1904 1906 1908 1910 1912 1914 1916
    • Adanti Michael J (CT) – 1976
    • Adcock Carson D (PA) – 2010
    • Adcock Dee (PA) – 2014
    • Addabbo Joseph P (NY) – 1960 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972 1974 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984
    • Addams Peter (PA) – 1848
    • Addams William (PA) – 1824 1826 1828
    • Addivinola Frank (MA) – 2013
    • Addonizio G George (NJ) – 1956 1958
    • Addonizio Hugh J (NJ) – 1948 1950 1952 1954 1956 1958 1960
    • Ade William H (IN) – 1914
    • Adelman Daniel (NY) – 1932
    • Adelman Lynn S (WI) – 1974
    • Adelman William J (IL) – 1970
    • Aderholt Robert B (AL) – 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2012 2014
    • Adkins Burl C (MI) – 1988 1990
    • Adkins Charles (IL) – 1924 1926 1928 1930 1932
    • Adkins James (GA) – 1868
    • Adkins Stockton (TN) – 1972
    • Adkins Williams (KY) – 2012
    • Adkinson Ray (CA) – 1946
    • Adkisson David (KY) – 1994
    • Adler Charles S (NY) – 1902 1906
    • Adler John H (NJ) – 1990 2008 2010
    • Adler John R (CA) – 1980
    • Adler Milton H (NY) – 1956 1958
    • Adler Shellye (NJ) – 2012
    • Adney Roy W (IN) – 1926
    • Adrain Garnett B (NJ) – 1856 1858
    • Afflerbach Roy C (PA) – 1998
    • Afflis Margaret A (IN) – 1946
    • Africa J Murray (PA) – 1910
    • Agana Marisha (OH) – 2012
    • Aggarwal Yash P (NY) – 1996
    • Agnew Arnie W (WI) – 1952
    • Agnew Carroll J (PA) – 1932
    • Agnew Park (VA) – 1888
    • Agosta Michael (NJ) – 2010
    • Agrella Christopher M (CA) – 2008 2009
    • Aguilar Pete (CA) – 2014
    • Aguilera-Marrero Suzanna (CA) – 2014
    • Ahearn John (AZ) – 1964
    • Ahearn Maurice F (MA) – 1920
    • Ahern D Patrick (CA) – 1960
    • Ahimaz Marlene White (IL) – 1998
    • Ahl John A (PA) – 1856
    • Ahlgren Oscar A (IN) – 1932
    • Ahner Chuck (KS) – 2006
    • Ahumada Pat (TX) – 2000 2002
    • Aiken Clay (NC) – 2014
    • Aiken D Wyatt (SC) – 1876 1878 1880 1882 1884
    • Aiken Patricia O’Brien (MD) – 1982
    • Aiken Robert K (PA) – 1906
    • Aiken William (SC) – 1850 1853 1854
    • Aiken William A (NY) – 1936
    • Aiken Wyatt (SC) – 1902 1904 1906 1908 1910 1912 1914
    • Aikens Will (TX) – 2014
    • Aikin (TN) – 1843
    • Ailman Jerome T (PA) – 1896
    • Aimee Joseph M (NY) – 1934 1936
    • Ain Stewart L (NY) – 1978
    • Ainey William D B (PA) – 1911 1912
    • Ainlay Charles W (IN) – 1962
    • Ainsworth Lucien Lester (IA) – 1874
    • Aitken David D (MI) – 1892 1894
    • Ajello Michael V (NY) – 1968 1974
    • Ajjan George (NJ) – 2004
    • Akaka Daniel K (HI) – 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988
    • Ake H Ross (OH) – 1936
    • Akens Charles H (PA) – 1908
    • Akerman Emory (FL) – 1940 1942 1944
    • Akerman Walter (GA) – 1910 1916
    • Akers (TN) – 1878
    • Akers Anthony B (NY) – 1954 1956 1958
    • Akers Thomas P (MO) – 1856
    • Akey Clifford J (MA) – 1940
    • Akin Kevin (CA) – 1984
    • Akin Margie (CA) – 1992
    • Akin Ron (WY) – 2002
    • Akin Theron (NY) – 1910 1914
    • Akin Todd (MO) – 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010
    • Aland David S (MD) – 1970
    • Alas Art (CA) – 2014
    • Albanese Andrew (NY) – 1980
    • Albanese Sal F (NY) – 1992
    • Albano Michael W (MA) – 1944
    • Albares Edwin J “Eddie” (LA) – 2000
    • Albaugh Walter H (OH) – 1938
    • Albert Allen D (IL) – 1922 1924
    • Albert Carl (OK) – 1946 1948 1950 1952 1954 1956 1958 1960 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972 1974
    • Albert Myrna C (NY) – 1988
    • Albert William J (MD) – 1866 1868 1872
    • Albertson (NJ) – 1874
    • Albertson Nathaniel (IN) – 1849
    • Alberty Paul H (OH) – 1998 2000
    • Albin Rick H (AR) – 1986
    • Albosta Donald J (MI) – 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984 1986
    • Albott Alonzo F (NY) – 1914
    • Albright Charles (PA) – 1872
    • Albright Charles J (OH) – 1854 1856
    • Albright Daniel K (PA) – 1912
    • Albright Edwin (PA) – 1878
    • Albright Fountain E (IL) – 1884
    • Albright Haines D (PA) – 1908
    • Albright Miles (PA) – 1960
    • Albritton Larry L (MS) – 1986
    • Alcorn (MS) – 1872
    • Alcorn (PA) – 1886
    • Alcorn George (PA) – 1896
    • Alcorn James L (MS) – 1857
    • Alcorn Thomas B (PA) – 1908
    • Alcorn William F (CT) – 1920
    • Alcott George J (MA) – 1908
    • Alder William W (IL) – 1886
    • Aldersley Stephanie (NY) – 2002
    • Alderson Fleming N (WV) – 1916
    • Alderson John D (WV) – 1888 1890 1892 1894
    • Aldrich (MA) – 1880
    • Aldrich (NY) – 1854
    • Aldrich B A (PA) – 1900
    • Aldrich Cyrus (IL) – 1852
    • Aldrich Cyrus (MN) – 1857 1859 1860
    • Aldrich Elisha M (RI) – 1853
    • Aldrich J Frank (IL) – 1892 1894
    • Aldrich Nelson W (RI) – 1878 1880
    • Aldrich Richard S (NY) – 1962
    • Aldrich Richard S (RI) – 1922 1924 1926 1928 1930
    • Aldrich Truman H (AL) – 1894
    • Aldrich William (IL) – 1876 1878 1880
    • Aldrich William F (AL) – 1894 1896 1898
    • Aldrich Wilmarth N (RI) – 1843
    • Aleinikoff Nicholas (NY) – 1912
    • Aleshire Arthur W (OH) – 1936 1938
    • Alessandroni John (PA) – 1938
    • Alexakis Kostas (MD) – 2004
    • Alexander (GA) – 1868
    • Alexander (MO) – 1874
    • Alexander (OK) – 1914
    • Alexander A A (MO) – 1922
    • Alexander Abner (NC) – 1900
    • Alexander Adam R (TN) – 1825 1827 1829 1833
    • Alexander Armstead M (MO) – 1882
    • Alexander Bill (AR) – 1968 1970 1972 1974 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990
    • Alexander C O (CA) – 1892
    • Alexander C T (PA) – 1874
    • Alexander Charles (VA) – 1904
    • Alexander Charles (WI) – 1888
    • Alexander David T (IL) – 1916
    • Alexander De Alva S (NY) – 1896 1898 1900 1902 1904 1906 1908 1910
    • Alexander E C (OH) – 1942
    • Alexander Ed F (OH) – 1932
    • Alexander Edwin J (WA) – 1962
    • Alexander G G (SC) – 1890 1894
    • Alexander Henry A (GA) – 1936 1944
    • Alexander Henry P (NY) – 1844 1848 1850 1854
    • Alexander Henry Jr (MA) – 1874
    • Alexander Horace V (CA) – 1952
    • Alexander Hugh (KS) – 1906
    • Alexander Hugh Q (NC) – 1952 1954 1956 1958 1960 1962
    • Alexander James R (OH) – 1922 1924
    • Alexander James Jr (OH) – 1836 1838
    • Alexander John A (AL) – 1926
    • Alexander John G (MN) – 1938
    • Alexander Joshua W (MO) – 1906 1908 1910 1912 1914 1916 1918
    • Alexander King (PA) – 1922
    • Alexander Klint (KY) – 2002
    • Alexander Lee (NY) – 1962
    • Alexander Lowell H (PA) – 1937 1946
    • Alexander M D (SD) – 1898
    • Alexander M H (SD) – 1896
    • Alexander Mark (VA) – 1825 1827 1829 1831
    • Alexander Melinda (NY) – 1936
    • Alexander Paul (IL) – 1994
    • Alexander Robert D (MI) – 2004 2008
    • Alexander Rodney (LA) – 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012
    • Alexander Ross J (OH) – 1882 1883
    • Alexander S S (KS) – 1942
    • Alexander Sally J (CA) – 1996
    • Alexander Sydenham B (NC) – 1890 1892
    • Alexander W B (MS) – 1966
    • Alexander W G (IL) – 1932
    • Alexander W J (TX) – 1968
    • Alexander William (PA) – 1906
    • Alfange Dean (NY) – 1941 1948
    • Alford J C (AL) – 1855
    • Alford Julius C (GA) – 1836 1837 1838 1840
    • Alford Ken (CO) – 1998
    • Alford T Dale (AR) – 1958 1960
    • Alford W H (CA) – 1894
    • Alfson George (MN) – 1952
    • Alger Bruce (TX) – 1954 1956 1958 1960 1962 1964
    • Alger Frederick M Jr (MI) – 1936
    • Algren Charles T (RI) – 1944
    • Aliberti Joan M (MA) – 1972
    • Alioto Michela (CA) – 1996
    • Alissandratos A D (TN) – 1976
    • Allaben (NY) – 1850 1874
    • Allan Chilton (KY) – 1831 1835
    • Allan Edgar Jr (VA) – 1900 1904
    • Allard Wayne (CO) – 1990 1992 1994
    • Allardice James K (NJ) – 1938
    • Allbright (NJ) – 1878
    • Alldredge (MO) – 1890 1894
    • Alldridge (MO) – 1882
    • Allee Henry E (TX) – 1982
    • Allegrone Helen R (NC) – 1990
    • Allegrucci Donald L (KS) – 1978
    • Allen (CT) – 1884
    • Allen (MO) – 1838
    • Allen (MO) – 1862 1880
    • Allen (NY) – 1854 1856
    • Allen (VA) – 1845
    • Allen A B (IL) – 1880
    • Allen A F (KS) – 1890
    • Allen A Leonard (LA) – 1936 1938 1940 1942 1944 1946 1948 1950
    • Allen Alfred G (OH) – 1910 1912 1914
    • Allen Alvin D (OK) – 1912
    • Allen Amos L (ME) – 1898 1900 1902 1904 1906 1908
    • Allen Augustus F (NY) – 1874
    • Allen B F (FL) – 1860
    • Allen Bob (FL) – 1990
    • Allen C C (FL) – 1906 1908 1910 1912
    • Allen C E (UT) – 1896
    • Allen Calhoun Jr (LA) – 1956
    • Allen Charles (MA) – 1838 1848 1850
    • Allen Charles E (ME) – 1888
    • Allen Charles H (MA) – 1884 1886
    • Allen Chilton (KY) – 1833
    • Allen Clifford R (TN) – 1975 1976
    • Allen Constant (NY) – 1844 1846
    • Allen Cyrus M (IN) – 1864
    • Allen Daniel W (NJ) – 1958
    • Allen David F (IN) – 1900
    • Allen David F (NY) – 1896
    • Allen Don (MT) – 1986
    • Allen Don A (CA) – 1914
    • Allen Draper (MI) – 1936 1940
    • Allen E (ME) – 1890
    • Allen Edward P (IL) – 1914 1918 1946
    • Allen Edward P (MI) – 1884 1886 1888 1890
    • Allen Elisha H (ME) – 1840 1843
    • Allen Florence E (OH) – 1932
    • Allen Fred (IL) – 1956
    • Allen Frederick (CT) – 1865
    • Allen George A (PA) – 1878 1892
    • Allen George B (PA) – 1910
    • Allen George F (VA) – 1991
    • Allen George W (FL) – 1908 1912
    • Allen Heman (VT) – 1826 1830 1832 1834 1836 1838
    • Allen Henry C (NJ) – 1904
    • Allen Henry C (VA) – 1880
    • Allen Henry D (KY) – 1898 1900
    • Allen Henry J (MA) – 1938 1940 1944
    • Allen Hiram D (MI) – 1886
    • Allen Horance (NY) – 1824
    • Allen James (KY) – 1833
    • Allen James C (IL) – 1852 1854 1856 1862 1864
    • Allen Joe (MO) – 2008
    • Allen Joe Frank (IL) – 1930
    • Allen John B (TN) – 1892
    • Allen John C (IL) – 1924 1926 1928 1930 1932 1934
    • Allen John H (OH) – 1920
    • Allen John J (VA) – 1833 1835
    • Allen John J Jr (CA) – 1946 1948 1950 1952 1954 1956 1958
    • Allen John M (MS) – 1884 1886 1888 1890 1892 1894 1896 1898
    • Allen John W (OH) – 1836 1838
    • Allen Jon (MA) – 1826
    • Allen Joseph C (OH) – 1948
    • Allen Judson (NY) – 1838
    • Allen Kim (AZ) – 2012
    • Allen Leo E (IL) – 1932 1934 1936 1938 1940 1942 1944 1946 1948 1950 1952 1954 1956 1958
    • Allen Lewis (TX) – 1944
    • Allen Louis B (TX) – 1928
    • Allen N H (TN) – 1841
    • Allen N J (IL) – 1878
    • Allen Nathaniel (NY) – 1826
    • Allen Noah (TX) – 1896 1910
    • Allen Oliver S (MA) – 1946
    • Allen Philip A (IA) – 1946
    • Allen Richard J (MI) – 1980
    • Allen Rick (GA) – 2014
    • Allen Robert (TN) – 1825
    • Allen Robert (VA) – 1827 1829 1831
    • Allen Robert E L (WV) – 1922 1924 1926
    • Allen Robert F (NJ) – 1966 1968
    • Allen Robert G (PA) – 1936 1938
    • Allen Robert L (OK) – 1916 1920
    • Allen Robert N (OK) – 1928
    • Allen Robert S (CA) – 1978
    • Allen Roslyn A (CA) – 1992
    • Allen Samuel C (MA) – 1824 1826 1836
    • Allen Susan (MA) – 2008
    • Allen Thomas (MO) – 1880
    • Allen Tom (ME) – 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006
    • Allen William (OH) – 1832 1834 1836
    • Allen William (OH) – 1858 1860
    • Allen William F (DE) – 1936 1938
    • Allen William J (IL) – 1862 1864 1866
    • Allen William R (MT) – 1912
    • Allen William V (IA) – 1878
    • Allen Willis (IL) – 1850 1852
    • Aller Leslie E (WA) – 1910 1912 1914
    • Alley John B (MA) – 1858 1860 1862 1864
    • Alley Shannon S (NE) – 1894
    • Allgaier Cal (MI) – 1988
    • Allgood Miles C (AL) – 1922 1924 1926 1928 1930 1932
    • Alliaume Curtis F (NY) – 1908
    • Allin William P (IL) – 1908
    • Allis Josiah (MA) – 1860
    • Allison (PA) – 1843
    • Allison (TN) – 1853
    • Allison Gary D (OK) – 1986
    • Allison James Jr (PA) – 1824
    • Allison John (PA) – 1850 1852 1854
    • Allison John P (IA) – 1882
    • Allison Robert (PA) – 1830
    • Allison Timothy J (CA) – 2010
    • Allison W (VA) – 1910
    • Allison William B (IA) – 1862 1864 1866 1868
    • Allmon Jack (SD) – 1966
    • Allphin A S (KS) – 1922 1930
    • Allston Benjamin (SC) – 1833
    • Almeida John Jr (MA) – 1958
    • Almon Edward B (AL) – 1914 1916 1918 1920 1922 1924 1926 1928 1930 1932
    • Almond J Lindsay Jr (VA) – 1946
    • Almond Lincoln C (RI) – 1968
    • Almquist John W (CA) – 1986
    • Almstrom Kim R (CA) – 1992
    • Alonso Fernando A (NJ) – 1994
    • Alonso Michael J (NJ) – 2010
    • Alschuler Benjamin P (IL) – 1906 1968
    • Alschuler Samuel (IL) – 1892
    • Alsop (CT) – 1912
    • Alston G A (SC) – 1846
    • Alston William J (AL) – 1849
    • Alston Willis (NC) – 1825 1827 1829
    • Altenburg Lois Ivers (ND) – 1984
    • Alter (MO) – 1888
    • Altezer S S (WV) – 1904
    • Altgeldt John P (IL) – 1884
    • Altham James F Jr (CT) – 1974
    • Althauser J A (TN) – 1912
    • Althof William H (OH) – 1904
    • Althouse F B (IA) – 1920
    • Altman Irving B (NY) – 1940
    • Altman Jack (NY) – 1940
    • Altmeyer Stephen A (PA) – 1984
    • Altmire Jason (PA) – 2006 2008 2010
    • Alton Duane (WA) – 1976 1978
    • Alton Jess (IA) – 1942
    • Altschuler Randy (NY) – 2010 2012
    • Alvarado Felix (TX) – 2002 2004
    • Alvarez David A (AL) – 1990
    • Alvarez Ida (CA) – 1952
    • Alvord (MA) – 1880
    • Alvord (NY) – 1854
    • Alvord Horace (OH) – 1884
    • Alvord James C (MA) – 1838
    • Alway Curtis D (MI) – 1916
    • Alworth W F (ID) – 1930
    • Amacker (MS) – 1878
    • Amador Tony (CA) – 2014
    • Amarasinghe DC (VA) – 2002
    • Amash Justin (MI) – 2010 2012 2014
    • Ambler Jacob A (OH) – 1868 1870
    • Ambro Jerome A Jr (NY) – 1974 1976 1978 1980
    • Ambrosio Gabriel (NJ) – 1980
    • Amen Randolph John (OK) – 1996
    • Amenta Paul S (CT) – 1986
    • Ameringer (WI) – 1918
    • Ameringer Oscar T (OK) – 1912
    • Amerman Lemuel (PA) – 1890 1892
    • Amero Jane (ME) – 2000
    • Ames (CT) – 1851
    • Ames A A (MN) – 1882
    • Ames Butler (MA) – 1902 1904 1906 1908 1910
    • Ames Oakes (MA) – 1862 1864 1866 1868 1870
    • Amick (MO) – 1910
    • Amidon Arthur A (NY) – 1910
    • Amis Joseph W (IN) – 1912
    • Amlie Thomas R (WI) – 1931 1934 1936 1941
    • Ammerman Benjamin (NY) – 1930
    • Ammerman Joseph S (PA) – 1976 1978
    • Amodei Mark (NV) – 2011 2012 2014
    • Amorello Matthew J (MA) – 1998
    • Amos M L (KS) – 1912
    • Amouzouvik Credo (TN) – 2012
    • Amspoker Samuel (PA) – 1920
    • Amster Daniel (NJ) – 1956
    • Amter Israel (NY) – 1938
    • Anastasi Joseph G (MD) – 1972
    • Anastasio Kara (OH) – 2002 2004
    • Ancona Sydenham E (PA) – 1860 1862 1864
    • Andal Dean (CA) – 2008
    • Andelfinger M B (IA) – 1934
    • Anderholt Robert B (AL) – 2010
    • Anderko Joseph J (PA) – 1974
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