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Third party officeholders in the United States

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Third-party officeholders in the United States have been rare during the country's existence. Since 1856, the United States has had two major political parties: The Democratic Party and the Republican Party. The list below includes anyone who, while holding office as a U.S. Senator since the beginning of the Reconstruction era, was an independent or was affiliated with a third party. Linked below are similar lists of U.S. Representatives, governors, and state legislators.

As of 2019, there are two independent U.S. Senators: Angus King of Maine and Bernie Sanders of Vermont.[1]

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U.S. Senators

Senator State Electoral history Years in office
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Joseph S. Fowler
Tennessee Elected as an Unconditional Unionist in 1866, became a Republican by 1867 1866–1871
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David T. Patterson
Tennessee Elected as a Unionist in 1866, became a Republican by 1867 1866–1869
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Charles Sumner
Massachusetts Elected as Free Soil Democratic in 1851, became a Republican in 1855, then became a Liberal Republican in 1872 1851–1874
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Morgan C. Hamilton
Texas Switched from Republican to Liberal Republican in 1872, switched back to Republican in 1875 1870–1877
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Orris S. Ferry
Connecticut Elected as a Liberal Republican in 1872 1867–1875
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Newton Booth
California Elected as an Anti-Monopolist, served as an Ind. Republican 1875–1881
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David Davis
Illinois Elected as an Independent 1877–1883
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William Mahone
Virginia Elected as a Readjuster 1881–1887
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Harrison H. Riddleberger
Virginia Elected as a Readjuster 1883–1889
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William A. Peffer
Kansas Elected as a Populist 1891–1897
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Marion Butler
North Carolina Elected as a Populist 1895–1901
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James H. Kyle
South Dakota Elected as a Populist 1891–1901
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William V. Allen
Nebraska Elected as a Populist 1893–1901
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William M. Stewart
Nevada Switched from Republican to Silver in 1893, then back to Republican in 1901 1887–1905
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John P. Jones
Nevada Switched from Republican to Silver in 1895, then back to Republican in 1901 1873–1903
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Lee Mantle
Montana Switched from Republican to Silver Republican in 1896 1895–1899
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Richard F. Pettigrew
South Dakota Switched from Republican to Silver Republican in 1896 1889–1901
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Frank J. Cannon
Utah Switched from Republican to Silver Republican in 1896 1896–1899
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Fred Dubois
Idaho Switched from Republican to Silver Republican in 1896 1891–1897
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Henry Moore Teller
Colorado Switched from Republican to Silver Republican in 1896, then to Democratic in 1903 1876–1909
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William A. Harris
Kansas Elected as a Populist 1897–1903
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Henry Heitfeld
Idaho Elected as a Populist 1897–1903
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Joseph M. Dixon
Montana Switched from Republican to Progressive in 1912 1907–1913
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Miles Poindexter
Washington Switched from Republican to Progressive in 1912, switched back to Republican in 1915 1911–1923
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Henrik Shipstead
Minnesota Elected as Farmer-Labor, switched to Republican in 1940 1923–1947
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Magnus Johnson
Minnesota Elected as Farmer-Labor 1923–1925
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Robert M. La Follette
Wisconsin Switched from Republican to Progressive in 1934, then back to Republican in 1946 1925–1947
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Elmer Austin Benson
Minnesota Elected as Farmer-Labor 1935–1936
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George W. Norris
Nebraska Switched from Republican to Independent in 1936 1913–1943
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Ernest Lundeen
Minnesota Elected as Farmer-Labor 1937–1940
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John E. Miller
Arkansas Elected as an Independent, served as Democratic 1937–1941
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Wayne Morse
Oregon Switched from Republican to Independent in 1953, then to Democratic in 1955. 1945–1969
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Harry F. Byrd Jr.
Virginia Switched from Democratic to Independent in 1970 1965–1983
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James L. Buckley
New York Elected as a Conservative, lost re-election as a Republican in 1976 1971–1977
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Bob Smith
New Hampshire Switched from Republican to Independent in 1999 but switched back to Republican in 2000 1990–2003
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Jim Jeffords
Vermont Switched from Republican to Independent in 2001 1989–2007
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Dean Barkley
Minnesota Appointed for Independence Party of Minnesota 2002–2003
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Joe Lieberman
Connecticut Re-elected on the Connecticut for Lieberman ticket after losing the 2006 Democratic nomination. 1989–2013
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Bernie Sanders
Vermont Elected as an Independent, switched to Democratic in 2015 but switched again back to Independent in 2016[2] 2007–Present
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Angus King
Maine Elected as an Independent 2013–Present

U.S. Representatives

Governors

State legislators

References

  1. ^ "O'Rourke Claims He May Not Have to Work With the GOP as President Because Dems Will Win at All Levels in 2020". IJR. June 30, 2019.
  2. ^ "Bernie Sanders Won't Become a Democrat, Will Run as an Independent in 2018". Retrieved 26 October 2017.
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