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List of party switchers in the United States

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Democratic to Republican

1800–1899

1900–1949

1950–1959

1960–1969

1970–1979

1980–1989

1990–1999

2000–2009

2010–present

Democratic to other (third) party

Democratic to independent

Republican to Democratic

Before 1960

1960–1969

1970–1979

1980–1989

1990–1999

2000–2009

2010–present

Republican to other (third) party

Republican to independent

Independent or other party to Democratic

Independent or other party to Republican

Multiple party switches

Democratic to Republican to Democratic

  • 1965 – Arlen Specter, U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania (1981–2011). He was a Republican from 1965 to 2009 and a Democrat from 1951 to 1965 and 2009 to 2012.[296]
  • 2003 – Tommy Dickerson, Mississippi State Senator.[297]
  • 2003 – Johnny Ford, Alabama State Representative.[298][299]
  • 2008 – Jim Bradford, South Dakota State Representative.
  • 2009 – Parker Griffith, former U.S. Representative from Alabama (2009–2011). Joined the Republican Party in 2009, but returned to the Democratic Party in 2014.[300]
  • 2012 – Artur Davis, former U.S. Representative from Alabama (2003–2011). Joined the Republican Party in 2012, but returned to the Democratic Party in 2015.[301]
  • 2015 – Joe Baca, former U.S. Representative from California (1999–2013). Joined the Republican Party in 2015, but returned to the Democratic Party in 2018.[302][303]

Republican to Democratic to Republican

Other variations

Within other parties

See also

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