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List of new members of the 91st United States Congress

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The 91st United States Congress began on January 3, 1969. There were 12 new senators (four Democrats, eight Republicans) and 38 new representatives (19 Democrats, 19 Republicans), as well as one new delegate (a Democrat), at the start of the first session. Additionally, four senators (two Democrats, two Republicans) and 14 representatives (seven Democrats, seven Republicans) took office on various dates in order to fill vacancies during the 91st Congress before it ended on January 3, 1971.

Due to redistricting in multiple states, eight representatives were elected from newly created seats.

Senate

Took office January 3, 1969

State Image Senator Seniority Switched party Prior background Birth year Ref
Alabama
James Allen (D) 10th
(98th overall)
No
Open seat; replaced J. Lister Hill (D)
Lieutenant Governor of Alabama
Alabama Senate
Alabama House of Representatives
U.S. Navy Reserve
1912 [1]
Alaska
Mike Gravel (D) 12th
(100th overall)
Yes
Replaced Ernest Gruening (D), who lost renomination[a]
Speaker of the Alaska House of Representatives
Counterintelligence Corps
1930 [2]
Arizona
Barry Goldwater (R) 1st
(89th overall)
Yes
Open seat; replaced Carl Hayden (D)
U.S. Senate[b]
Phoenix City Council
U.S. Air Force Major General
1909 [3]
California
Alan Cranston (D) 8th
(96th overall)
Yes
Replaced Thomas Kuchel (R), who lost renomination
California State Controller
President of United World Federalists
U.S. Army
1914 [4]
Florida
Edward Gurney (R) 5th
(93rd overall)
Yes
Open seat; replaced George Smathers (D)
U.S. House of Representatives[c]
Mayor of Winter Park
U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel
1914 [5]
Iowa
Harold Hughes (D) 6th
(94th overall)
Yes
Open seat; replaced Bourke B. Hickenlooper (R)
Governor of Iowa
U.S. Army Private
1922 [6]
Kansas
Bob Dole (R) 4th
(92nd overall)
No
Open seat; replaced Frank Carlson (R)
U.S. House of Representatives[d]
Russell County Attorney
Kansas House of Representatives
U.S. Army Captain
1923 [7]
Maryland
Charles Mathias (R) 3rd
(91st overall)
Yes
Defeated Daniel Brewster (D)
U.S. House of Representatives[e]
Maryland House of Delegates
Frederick City Attorney
U.S. Navy Reserve Captain
1922 [8]
Ohio
William B. Saxbe (R) 9th
(97th overall)
Yes
Replaced Frank Lausche (D), who lost renomination
Ohio Attorney General
Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives
U.S. Army Air Corps
1916 [9]
Oklahoma
Henry Bellmon (R) 7th
(95th overall)
Yes
Defeated Mike Monroney (D)
Governor of Oklahoma
Oklahoma House of Representatives
U.S. Marine Corps
1921 [10]
Oregon
Bob Packwood (R) 11th
(99th overall)
Yes
Defeated Wayne Morse (D)
Oregon House of Representatives 1932 [11]
Pennsylvania
Richard Schweiker (R) 2nd
(90th overall)
Yes
Defeated Joseph S. Clark Jr. (D)
U.S. House of Representatives[f]
U.S. Navy
1926 [12]

Took office during the 91st Congress

State Image Senator Took office Switched party Prior background Birth year Ref
Illinois
Ralph T. Smith (R) September 17, 1969 No
Appointed; replaced Everett Dirksen (R)
Speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives
U.S. Navy Reserve
1915 [13]
Illinois
Adlai Stevenson III (D) November 17, 1970 Yes
Defeated Ralph T. Smith (R)
Illinois Treasurer
Illinois House of Representatives
U.S. Marine Corps Captain
1930 [14]
Delaware
William Roth (R) January 1, 1971 No
Open seat; replaced John J. Williams (R)
U.S. House of Representatives[g]
Chair of the Republican State Committee of Delaware
U.S. Army
1921 [15]
California
John V. Tunney (D) January 2, 1971 Yes
Defeated George Murphy (R)
U.S. House of Representatives[h]
U.S. Air Force Captain
1934 [16]

House of Representatives

Took office January 3, 1969

District Representative Switched party Prior background Birth year Ref
Alabama 5 Walter Flowers (D) No Lawyer 1933 [17]
Arkansas 1 Bill Alexander (D) No Law clerk 1934 [18]
California 17 Glenn M. Anderson (D) No Lieutenant Governor of California 1913 [19]
Connecticut 4 Lowell Weicker (R) Yes State Representative 1931 [20]
Florida 4 Bill Chappell (D) No State House Speaker 1922 [21]
Florida 5 Louis Frey Jr. (R) No Lawyer 1934 [22]
Idaho 2 Orval H. Hansen (R) No State Senator 1926 [23]
Illinois 2 Abner Mikva (D) No State Representative 1926 [24]
Indiana 2 Earl Landgrebe (R) No State Senator 1916 [25]
Indiana 10 David W. Dennis (R) New seat State Representative 1912 [26]
Kansas 1 Keith Sebelius (R) No State Senator 1916 [27]
Louisiana 3 Patrick T. Caffery (D) No State Representative 1932 [28]
Maryland 5 Lawrence Hogan (R) Yes FBI agent 1928 [29]
Maryland 6 J. Glenn Beall Jr. (R) No State Delegate 1927 [30]
Missouri 1 Bill Clay (D) No Alderman 1931 [31]
Missouri 2 James W. Symington (D) Yes U.S. Chief of Protocol 1927 [32]
Missouri 10 Bill Burlison (D) No Lawyer 1931 [33]
New Mexico 1 Manuel Lujan Jr. (R) New seat Insurance businessman 1928 [34]
New Mexico 2 Ed Foreman (R) New seat U.S. Representative[i] 1933 [35]
New York 5 Allard K. Lowenstein (D) No Congressional aide 1929 [36]
New York 12 Shirley Chisholm (D) New seat State Assemblywoman 1924 [37]
New York 17 Ed Koch (D) Yes City Councillor 1924 [38]
New York 24 Mario Biaggi (D) Yes Police lieutenant 1917 [39]
New York 27 Martin B. McKneally (R) Yes Commander of the American Legion 1914 [40]
New York 28 Hamilton Fish IV (R) Yes U.S. Foreign Service officer 1926 [41]
New York 38 James F. Hastings (R) No State Senator 1926 [42]
North Carolina 5 Wilmer Mizell (R) New seat Professional baseball player 1930 [43]
North Carolina 6 L. Richardson Preyer (D) No U.S. District Court Judge 1919 [44]
North Carolina 8 Earl B. Ruth (R) New seat City Councillor 1916 [45]
Ohio 21 Louis Stokes (D) New seat Lecturer 1925 [46]
Oklahoma 6 John Newbold Camp (R) New seat State Representative 1908 [47]
Pennsylvania 6 Gus Yatron (D) No State Senator 1927 [48]
Pennsylvania 13 Lawrence Coughlin (R) No State Senator 1929 [49]
South Carolina 4 James Mann (D) No State Representative 1920 [50]
Virginia 2 G. William Whitehurst (R) Yes Journalist 1925 [51]
Virginia 5 Dan Daniel (D) No State Delegate 1914 [52]
West Virginia 1 Bob Mollohan (D) Yes U.S. Representative[j] 1909 [53]
Wyoming at-large John S. Wold (R) No State Party Chair 1916 [54]

Non-voting members

District Delegate Switched party Prior background Birth year Ref
Puerto Rico at-large Jorge Luis Córdova (NP/D) Yes/No[k] Supreme Court of Puerto Rico 1907 [55]

Took office during the 91st Congress

District Representative Took office Switched party Prior background Birth year Ref
Tennessee 8 Ed Jones (D) March 25, 1969 No State Agriculture Commissioner 1912 [56]
Wisconsin 7 Dave Obey (D) April 1, 1969 Yes State Assemblyman 1938 [57]
California 27 Barry Goldwater Jr. (R) April 29, 1969 No Public relations executive 1938 [58]
Montana 2 John Melcher (D) June 24, 1969 Yes State Senator 1924 [59]
Massachusetts 6 Michael J. Harrington (D) September 30, 1969 Yes State Representative 1936 [60]
New Jersey 8 Robert A. Roe (D) November 4, 1969 No State Conservation Commissioner 1924 [61]
Illinois 13 Phil Crane (R) November 25, 1969 No Educator 1930 [62]
California 24 John H. Rousselot (R) June 30, 1970 No U.S. Representative[l] 1927 [63]
California 35 John G. Schmitz (R) June 30, 1970 No State Senator 1930 [64]
Connecticut 2 Robert H. Steele (R) November 3, 1970 Yes Securities analyst 1938 [65]
Illinois 6 George W. Collins (D) November 3, 1970 No Alderman 1925 [66]
New Jersey 6 Edwin B. Forsythe (R) November 3, 1970 No State Senator 1916 [67]
Ohio 19 Charles J. Carney (D) November 3, 1970 No State Senator 1913 [68]
Pennsylvania 9 John H. Ware III (R) November 3, 1970 No State Senator 1908 [69]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Gruening ran in the general election as a write-in candidate and was subsequently defeated by Gravel.
  2. ^ Previously elected to the 83rd Congress, serving from 1953 to 1965.
  3. ^ Elected to the 88th Congress, serving from 1963 to 1967 in Florida's 11th district, and from 1967 to 1969 in the 5th district.
  4. ^ Elected to the 87th Congress, serving from 1961 to 1963 in Kansas's 6th district, and from 1963 to 1969 in the 1st district.
  5. ^ Elected to the 87th Congress, serving from 1961 to 1969 in Maryland's 6th district.
  6. ^ Elected to the 87th Congress, serving from 1961 to 1969 in Pennsylvania's 13th district.
  7. ^ Elected to the 90th Congress, serving from 1967 to 1970 in Delaware's at-large district.
  8. ^ Elected to the 89th Congress, serving from 1965 to 1971 in California's 38th district.
  9. ^ Previously elected to the 88th Congress, serving from 1963 to 1965 in Texas's 16th district.
  10. ^ Previously elected to the 83rd Congress, serving from 1953 to 1957.
  11. ^ The previous delegate, Santiago Polanco-Abreu, was registered as Popular Democratic/Democratic.
  12. ^ Previously elected to the 87th Congress, serving from 1961 to 1963 in the 25th district.

References

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  12. ^ "SCHWEIKER, Richard Schultz". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
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  15. ^ "ROTH, William Victor, Jr". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
  16. ^ "TUNNEY, John Varick". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
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  41. ^ "FISH, Hamilton, Jr". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
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  44. ^ "PREYER, Lunsford Richardson". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
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  52. ^ "DANIEL, Wilbur Clarence (Dan)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
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  54. ^ "WOLD, John Schiller". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
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  57. ^ "OBEY, David Ross". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
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  59. ^ "MELCHER, John". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
  60. ^ "HARRINGTON, Michael Joseph". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
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  69. ^ "WARE, John Haines, III". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
Preceded by
New members of the 90th Congress
New members of the 91st Congress
1969–1971
Succeeded by
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