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List of new members of the 103rd United States Congress

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The 103rd United States Congress began on January 3, 1993. There were ten new senators (five Democrats, five Republicans) and 108 new representatives (61 Democrats, 47 Republicans), as well as two new delegates (both Democrats), at the start of the first session. Additionally, four senators (one Democrat, three Republicans) and eight representatives (three Democrats, five Republicans) took office on various dates in order to fill vacancies during the 103rd Congress before it ended on January 3, 1995.

Due to redistricting after the 1990 census, 27 representatives were elected from newly established congressional districts.

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Took office January 3, 1993

State Image Senator Seniority Switched party Prior background Birth year
Barbara Boxer (D) 1st
(90th overall)
Open seat; replaced Alan Cranston (D)
U.S. House of Representatives[a] 1940
Ben Nighthorse Campbell (D) 3rd
(92nd overall)
Open seat; replaced Tim Wirth (D)
U.S. House of Representatives[c]
Colorado House of Representatives
Paul Coverdell (R) 7th
(96th overall)
Defeated Wyche Fowler (D)
Director of the Peace Corps
Georgia State Senate
Dirk Kempthorne (R) 11th
(100th overall)
Open seat; replaced Steve Symms (R)
Mayor of Boise 1951
Carol Moseley Braun (D) 5th
(94th overall)
Replaced Alan J. Dixon (D), who lost renomination
Cook County Recorder of Deeds
Illinois House of Representatives
New Hampshire
Judd Gregg (R) 2nd
(91st overall)
Open seat; replaced Warren Rudman (R)
Governor of New Hampshire
U.S. House of Representatives[d]
Executive Council of New Hampshire
North Carolina
Lauch Faircloth (R) 6th
(95th overall)
Defeated Terry Sanford (D)
North Carolina Secretary of Commerce 1928
Bob Bennett (R) 10th
(99th overall)
Open seat; replaced Jake Garn (R)
Businessman 1933
Patty Murray (D) 9th
(98th overall)
Open seat; replaced Brock Adams (D)
Washington State Senate 1950
Russ Feingold (D) 8th
(97th overall)
Defeated Bob Kasten (R)
Wisconsin Senate 1953

Took office during the 103rd Congress

State Image Senator Took office Switched party Prior background Birth year
Bob Krueger (D) January 21, 1993 No
Appointed; replaced Lloyd Bentsen (D)
Railroad Commission of Texas
U.S. House of Representatives[e]
Kay Bailey Hutchison (R) June 14, 1993 Yes
Defeated Bob Krueger (D)
Texas State Treasurer
Texas House of Representatives
Jim Inhofe (R) November 16, 1994 Yes
Open seat; replaced David Boren (D)
U.S. House of Representatives[f]
Mayor of Tulsa
Oklahoma Senate
Oklahoma House of Representatives
Fred Thompson (R) December 2, 1994 Yes
Open seat; replaced Harlan Mathews (D)
Attorney 1942

House of Representatives

Took office January 3, 1993

District Representative Switched party Prior background Birth year
Alabama 2 Terry Everett (R) No Journalist 1937
Alabama 6 Spencer Bachus (R) Yes State Board of Education 1947
Alabama 7 Earl Hilliard (D) No State Senator 1942
Arizona 1 Sam Coppersmith (D) Yes Law clerk 1955
Arizona 6 Karan English (D) New seat State Senator 1949
Arkansas 1 Blanche Lincoln (D) No Congressional staffer 1960
Arkansas 3 Tim Hutchinson (R) No State Representative 1949
Arkansas 4 Jay Dickey (R) Yes City attorney 1939
California 1 Daniel Hamburg (D) Yes County Supervisor 1948
California 6 Lynn Woolsey (D) No Teacher 1937
California 10 William P. Baker (R) New seat State Assemblyman 1940
California 11 Richard Pombo (R) New seat City Councilor 1961
California 14 Anna Eshoo (D) Yes County Supervisor 1942
California 22 Michael Huffington (R) No Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense 1947
California 25 Buck McKeon (R) New seat City Councilor 1938
California 30 Xavier Becerra (D) No State Assemblyman 1958
California 33 Lucille Roybal-Allard (D) New seat State Assemblywoman 1941
California 36 Jane Harman (D) No White House staffer 1945
California 37 Walter R. Tucker III (D) No Mayor of Compton 1957
California 38 Steve Horn (R) Yes University President 1931
California 39 Ed Royce (R) No State Senator 1951
California 41 Jay Kim (R) New seat Mayor of Diamond Bar 1939
California 43 Ken Calvert (R) New seat Real estate agent 1953
California 49 Lynn Schenk (D) New seat Port Commissioner 1945
California 50 Bob Filner (D) New seat City Councilor 1942
Colorado 3 Scott McInnis (R) Yes State Representative 1953
Delaware at-large Mike Castle (R) Yes Governor of Delaware 1939
Florida 3 Corrine Brown (D) New seat State Representative 1946
Florida 4 Tillie Fowler (R) No City Councilor 1942
Florida 5 Karen Thurman (D) New seat State Senator 1951
Florida 7 John Mica (R) New seat State Representative 1943
Florida 12 Charles T. Canady (R) No State Representative 1954
Florida 13 Dan Miller (R) New seat Businessman 1942
Florida 17 Carrie Meek (D) No State Senator 1926
Florida 20 Peter Deutsch (D) No State Representative 1957
Florida 21 Lincoln Díaz-Balart (R) New seat State Senator 1954
Florida 23 Alcee Hastings (D) New seat U.S. District Court Judge 1936
Georgia 1 Jack Kingston (R) Yes State Representative 1955
Georgia 2 Sanford Bishop (D) No State Senator 1947
Georgia 3 Mac Collins (R) Yes State Senator 1944
Georgia 4 John Linder (R) New seat State Representative 1942
Georgia 9 Nathan Deal (D) No[g] State Senator 1942
Georgia 10 Don Johnson Jr. (D) No State Senator 1948
Georgia 11 Cynthia McKinney (D) New seat State Representative 1955
Idaho 2 Mike Crapo (R) Yes State Senator 1951
Illinois 1 Bobby Rush (D) No City Councilor 1946
Illinois 2 Mel Reynolds (D) No Professor 1952
Illinois 4 Luis Gutiérrez (D) New seat City Councilor 1953
Illinois 16 Don Manzullo (R) Yes Attorney 1944
Indiana 5 Steve Buyer (R) Yes Lawyer 1958
Kentucky 1 Thomas Barlow (D) No Businessman 1940
Kentucky 6 Scotty Baesler (D) Yes Mayor of Lexington 1941
Louisiana 4 Cleo Fields (D) New seat State Senator 1962
Maryland 4 Albert Wynn (D) New seat State Senator 1951
Maryland 6 Roscoe Bartlett (R) Yes Professor 1926
Massachusetts 3 Peter I. Blute (R) Yes State Representative 1956
Massachusetts 5 Marty Meehan (D) No Attorney 1956
Massachusetts 6 Peter G. Torkildsen (R) Yes State Representative 1958
Michigan 1 Bart Stupak (D) Yes State Representative 1952
Michigan 2 Pete Hoekstra (R) No Businessman 1953
Michigan 5 James A. Barcia (D) No State Senator 1952
Michigan 7 Nick Smith (R) No State Senator 1934
Michigan 11 Joe Knollenberg (R) No Insurance agent 1933
Minnesota 2 David Minge (DFL) Yes Lawyer 1942
Minnesota 6 Rod Grams (R) Yes News anchor 1948
Missouri 2 Jim Talent (R) Yes State Representative 1956
Missouri 6 Pat Danner (D) Yes State Senator 1934
New Jersey 7 Bob Franks (R) No State Assemblyman 1951
New Jersey 8 Herb Klein (D) No State Assemblyman 1930
New Jersey 13 Bob Menendez (D) No State Senator 1954
New York 2 Rick Lazio (R) Yes County Legislator 1958
New York 3 Peter T. King (R) No County Comptroller 1944
New York 4 David A. Levy (R) No Town Councilor 1953
New York 12 Nydia Velázquez (D) No City Councilor 1953
New York 14 Carolyn Maloney (D) Yes City Councilor 1946
New York 24 John M. McHugh (R) No State Senator 1948
New York 26 Maurice Hinchey (D) No State Assemblyman 1938
New York 30 Jack Quinn (R) Yes Town Supervisor 1951
North Carolina 12 Mel Watt (D) New seat State Senator 1945
North Dakota at-large Earl Pomeroy (D–NPL) No North Dakota Insurance Commissioner 1952
Ohio 1 David S. Mann (D) No Mayor of Cincinnati 1939
Ohio 6 Ted Strickland (D) Yes Psychologist 1941
Ohio 10 Martin Hoke (R) Yes Businessman 1952
Ohio 13 Sherrod Brown (D) No Ohio Secretary of State 1952
Ohio 15 Deborah Pryce (R) No Judge 1951
Ohio 19 Eric Fingerhut (D) No State Senator 1959
Oklahoma 5 Ernest Istook (R) No Lawyer 1950
Oregon 1 Elizabeth Furse (D) No Businesswoman 1936
Pennsylvania 4 Ron Klink (D) No Journalist 1951
Pennsylvania 6 Tim Holden (D) No Sheriff 1957
Pennsylvania 8 James C. Greenwood (R) Yes State Senator 1951
Pennsylvania 13 Marjorie Margolies (D) Yes Journalist 1942
Pennsylvania 15 Paul McHale (D) Yes State Representative 1950
South Carolina 4 Bob Inglis (R) Yes Lawyer 1959
South Carolina 6 Jim Clyburn (D) No Advisor 1940
Texas 23 Henry Bonilla (R) Yes News executive 1954
Texas 28 Frank Tejeda (D) New seat State Senator 1945
Texas 29 Gene Green (D) New seat State Senator 1947
Texas 30 Eddie Bernice Johnson (D) New seat State Senator 1935
Utah 2 Karen Shepherd (D) No State Senator 1940
Virginia 3 Bobby Scott (D) New seat State Senator 1947
Virginia 6 Bob Goodlatte (R) Yes Lawyer 1952
Virginia 11 Leslie Byrne (D) New seat State Delegate 1946
Washington 1 Maria Cantwell (D) Yes State Representative 1958
Washington 4 Jay Inslee (D) Yes State Representative 1951
Washington 8 Jennifer Dunn (R) No State Party Chair 1941
Washington 9 Mike Kreidler (D) New seat State Senator 1943
Wisconsin 5 Tom Barrett (D) No State Senator 1953

Non-voting members

District Delegate Switched party Prior background Birth year
Guam at-large Robert A. Underwood (D) Yes Educator 1948
Puerto Rico at-large Carlos Romero Barceló (NP/D) Yes/No[h] Governor of Puerto Rico 1932

Took office during the 103rd Congress

District Representative Took office Switched party Prior background Birth year
Mississippi 2 Bennie Thompson (D) April 13, 1993 No County Supervisor 1948
Ohio 2 Rob Portman (R) May 4, 1993 No White House Counsel 1955
Wisconsin 1 Peter W. Barca (D) May 4, 1993 No State Assemblyman 1955
California 17 Sam Farr (D) June 8, 1993 No State Assemblyman 1941
Michigan 3 Vern Ehlers (R) December 7, 1993 No State Senator 1934
Oklahoma 6 Frank Lucas (R) May 10, 1994 Yes Farmer 1960
Kentucky 2 Ron Lewis (R) May 24, 1994 Yes Pastor 1946
Oklahoma 1 Steve Largent (R) November 29, 1994 No Football player 1954

See also


  1. ^ Elected to the 98th Congress, serving from 1983 to 1993 in California's 6th district.
  2. ^ Campbell joined the Republican Party in March 1995, during the 104th Congress.[1]
  3. ^ Elected to the 100th Congress, serving from 1987 to 1993 in Colorado's 3rd district.
  4. ^ Elected to the 97th Congress, serving from 1981 to 1989 in New Hampshire's 2nd district.
  5. ^ Elected to the 94th Congress, serving from 1975 to 1979 in Texas's 21st district.
  6. ^ Elected to the 100th Congress, serving from 1987 to 1994 in Oklahoma's 1st district.
  7. ^ Deal switched to the Republican Party in April 1995.[2]
  8. ^ The previous delegate, Antonio Colorado, was registered as Popular Democratic/Democratic.


  1. ^ "Democrats Lose Senate Seat With Switch by Coloradan". The New York Times. March 4, 1995. Retrieved August 1, 2016.
  2. ^ "Georgia Congressman Deserts Demos/Nathan Deal is third to switch to GOP since Nov. 8". San Francisco Chronicle. April 11, 1995. Retrieved July 19, 2013.
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