List of members of the United States House of Representatives who served a single term

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One-term congresspeople are members of the United States House of Representatives that spent only one two-year term (or less) in office usually either due to death, resignation, or defeat. In some rare cases freshmen members have decided to run for another office or not run for reelection. A good many members that serve in the House for only one term are viewed as accidental congressmen due to having been elected in a fluke election or by riding in on the coattails of a popular presidential candidate. Among the most famous one-term congressmen were Abraham Lincoln, who served as a Whig in the 30th Congress of 1847-1849 and was later the 16th President of the United States; John Marshall, who was elected as a Federalist to the 6th Congress and was later the 4th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court; William Pennington, who served as a Republican in the 36th Congress and was the first sitting Speaker of the House to be defeated in a bid for re-election; Joseph Pulitzer, the famed newspaperman that resigned from office during his term; George Sutherland, who served as a Republican in the 57th Congress and was later an associate U.S. Supreme Court justice; Jefferson Davis, who became the only President of the Confederate States of America; and William M. "Boss" Tweed, who served as a Democrat to the 33rd Congress and later went on to become infamous for his leadership of Tammany Hall, the dominant political machine in New York City throughout the nineteenth century; and Isidor Straus, the co-owner of Macy's department store who died in the sinking of the Titanic.

Not included in this list are delegates, who are nonvoting in the Congress. People who served as a Congressperson in the United States Congress, but also served in the Congress of the Confederate States or as a delegate, are included.

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1st-10th Congresses (1789–1809)[edit]

1st Congress (1789–1791)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
Theodorick Bland.jpg Theodorick Bland Anti-Administration Virginia's 9th March 4, 1789
June 1, 1790
Died in office.
No image.svg Thomas P. Carnes Anti-Administration Georgia's at-large March 4, 1789
March 3, 1791
Retired.
Benjamin Huntington.JPG Benjamin Huntington Pro-Administration Connecticut's at-large March 4, 1789
March 3, 1791
Retired.
JamesJackson.jpg James Jackson Anti-Administration Georgia's at-large March 4, 1789
March 3, 1791
Defeafed for re-election.
George Mathews from The Nation Makers by Howard Pyle.jpg George Mathews Anti-Administration Georgia's 3rd March 4, 1789
March 3, 1791
Retired.
Roger Sherman 1721-1793 by Ralph Earl.jpeg Roger Sherman Pro-Administration Connecticut's at-large March 4, 1789
March 3, 1791
Re-elected, but resigned to become United States Senator.

2nd Congress (1791–1793)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
Cornelius C. Schoonmaker.jpg Cornelius Schoonmaker Anti-Administration New York's 4th March 4, 1791
March 3, 1793
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg Samuel Sterett Anti-Administration Maryland's 4th March 4, 1791
March 3, 1793
Retired.
Anthony Wayne.jpg Anthony Wayne Anti-Administration Georgia's 1st March 4, 1791
March 21, 1792
Seat declared vacant due to dispute over his residency.
No image.svg Francis Willis Anti-Administration Georgia's 3rd March 4, 1791
March 3, 1793
Retired.

3rd Congress (1793–1795)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
David Cobb.png David Cobb Pro-Administration Massachusetts's at-large March 4, 1793
March 3, 1795
Redistricted to the 7th; defeated for re-election.
No image.svg William Johnston Dawson Anti-Administration North Carolina's 8th March 4, 1793
March 3, 1795
Defeated for re-election.
Samuel Dexter.jpg Samuel Dexter Pro-Administration Massachusetts's 1st March 4, 1793
March 3, 1795
Redistricted to the 9th; defeated for re-election.
Uriah Forrest.jpg Uriah Forrest Pro-Administration Maryland's 3rd March 4, 1793
November 8, 1794
Resigned.
General William Irvine 2.jpg William Irvine Anti-Administration Pennsylvania's at-large March 4, 1793
March 3, 1795
Defeated for re-election.
Henry Latimer US.gif Henry Latimer Pro-Administration Delaware's at-large February 14, 1794
February 7, 1795
Defeated for re-election, resigned before term expired.
NCG-BenjaminWilliams.jpg Benjamin Williams Anti-Administration North Carolina's 10th March 4, 1793
March 3, 1795
Retired.

4th Congress (1795–1797)[edit]

Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
Daniel Buck Federalist Vermont's 2nd March 4, 1795
March 3, 1797
Re-elected, but declined seat.
Samuel Maclay Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania's 6th March 4, 1795
March 3, 1797
Retired.
Absalom Tatom Democratic-Republican North Carolina's 4th March 4, 1795
June 1, 1796
Resigned.
William Francis Strudwick Federalist North Carolina's 4th November 28, 1796
March 3, 1797
Won special election, not a candidate for full term.

5th Congress (1797–1799)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
No image.svg David Brooks Federalist New York's 5th March 4, 1797
March 4, 1799
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg William Matthews Federalist Maryland's 6th March 4, 1797
March 4, 1799
Retired.
DanielMorgan.jpeg Daniel Morgan Federalist Virginia's 1st March 4, 1797
March 4, 1799
Retired.
No image.svg Peleg Sprague Federalist New Hampshire's at-large March 4, 1797
March 4, 1799
Retired.

6th Congress (1799–1801)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
Samuel Goode (Virginia Congressman).jpg Samuel Goode Democratic-Republican Virginia's 8th March 4, 1799
March 3, 1801
Defeated for re-election.
Elizur Goodrich The Connecticut Quarterly, July, August, September 1898 p. 307.jpg Elizur Goodrich Federalist Connecticut's at-large March 4, 1799
March 3, 1801
Re-elected, but declined seat.
John Marshall by Henry Inman, 1832.jpg John Marshall Federalist Virginia's 13th March 4, 1799
June 7, 1800
Resigned to accept nomination as Secretary of State.
LevenPowell.jpg Leven Powell Federalist Virginia's 17th March 4, 1799
March 3, 1801
Retired.
John Chew Thomas, head-and-shoulders portrait, right profile LCCN2007676947.tif John Chew Thomas Federalist Maryland's 2nd March 4, 1799
March 3, 1801
Retired.

7th Congress (1801–1803)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
No image.svg Thomas Boude Federalist Pennsylvania's 28th March 4, 1801
March 3, 1803
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg Charles Johnson Democratic-Republican North Carolina's 8th March 4, 1801
July 23, 1802
Died in office.
William-Jones.jpg William Jones Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania's 1st March 4, 1801
March 3, 1803
Retired.
No image.svg Elias Perkins Federalist Connecticut's at-large March 4, 1801
March 3, 1803
Re-elected, but declined seat.
Thomas Tillotson.jpg Thomas Tillotson Federalist New York's 5th March 4, 1801
August 10, 1801
Resigned to become Secretary of State of New York.
No image.svg George Upham Federalist New Hampshire's at-large March 4, 1801
March 3, 1803
Retired.
John Peter Van Ness.jpg John Peter Van Ness Democratic-Republican New Hampshire's at-large October 6, 1801
January 13, 1803
Won special election; Seat declared vacant after losing re-election.

8th Congress (1803–1805)[edit]

Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
Thomas Dwight Federalist Massachusetts's 5th March 4, 1803
March 4, 1805
Retired.
Thomas Lewis, Jr. Federalist Massachusetts's 5th March 4, 1803
March 5, 1804
Seat declared vacant.

9th Congress (1805–1807)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
No image.svg Leonard Covington Democratic-Republican Maryland's 2nd March 4, 1805
March 3, 1807
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg Theodore Dwight Federalist Connecticut's at-large December 1, 1806
March 3, 1807
Retired.
No image.svg Christian Lower Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania's 3rd March 4, 1805
December 19, 1806
Died in office after declining to run for re-election.
Patrick Magruder.tif Patrick Magruder Democratic-Republican Maryland's 3rd March 4, 1805
March 3, 1807
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg Cowles Mead Democratic-Republican Georgia's at-large March 4, 1805
December 24, 1805
Lost election contest.
No image.svg Martin G. Schuneman Democratic-Republican New York's 7th March 4, 1805
March 3, 1807
Retired.
No image.svg Thomas Spalding Democratic-Republican Georgia's at-large December 24, 1805
November 24, 1806
Won election contest; defeated for re-election; resigned.
NathanWilliamsCongressman.jpg Nathan Williams Democratic-Republican New York's 15th March 4, 1805
March 3, 1807
Retired.

10th Congress (1807–1809)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
No image.svg Daniel Ilsley Democratic-Republican Massachusetts's 15th March 4, 1807
March 3, 1809
Defeated for re-election.
Joseph Story.jpg Joseph Story Democratic-Republican Massachusetts's 2nd May 23, 1808
March 3, 1809
Won special election; Retired.
No image.svg Peter Swart Democratic-Republican New York's 13th March 4, 1807
March 3, 1809
Retired.
No image.svg Nathan Wilson Democratic-Republican New York's 12th November 7, 1808
March 3, 1809
Won special election; Retired.

11th-20th Congresses (1809–1829)[edit]

11th Congress (1809–1811)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
No image.svg Joseph Allen Federalist Massachusetts's 10th October 8, 1810
March 3, 1811
Won special election; Retired.
No image.svg Nathaniel Appleton Haven Federalist New Hampshire's at-large March 4, 1809
March 3, 1811
Retired.
Herman Knickerbocker.jpg Herman Knickerbocker Federalist New York's 6th March 4, 1809
March 3, 1811
Retired.
No image.svg Vincent Mathews Federalist New York's 14th March 4, 1809
March 3, 1811
Retired.
No image.svg Jacob Swoope Federalist Virginia's 4th March 4, 1809
March 3, 1811
Retired.

12th Congress (1811–1813)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
Harmanus Bleecker.jpg Harmanus Bleecker Federalist New York's 7th March 4, 1811
March 3, 1813
Retired.
No image.svg Thomas B. Cooke Democratic-Republican New York's 5th March 4, 1811
March 3, 1813
Retired.
AbnerLacock.jpg Abner Lacock Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania's 11th March 4, 1811
March 3, 1813
Re-elected, but declined seat in order to accept seat in the United States Senate.
No image.svg James Morgan Democratic-Republican New Jersey's at-large March 4, 1811
March 3, 1813
Redistricted to the 2nd and lost re-election.
No image.svg George Sullivan Federalist New Hampshire's at-large March 4, 1811
March 3, 1813
Retired.
No image.svg William Widgery Democratic-Republican Massachusetts's 15th March 4, 1811
March 3, 1813
Defeated for re-election.

13th Congress (1813–1815)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
No image.svg Thomas M. Bayly Federalist Virginia's 13th March 4, 1813
March 3, 1815
Retired.
No image.svg John Henry Bowen Democratic-Republican Tennessee's 4th March 4, 1813
March 3, 1815
Retired.
No image.svg John M. Bowers Democratic-Republican New York's 15th June 21, 1813
December 20, 1813
Lost election contest.
No image.svg Alexander Boyd Federalist New York's 13th March 4, 1813
March 3, 1815
Retired.
No image.svg Samuel Dana Democratic-Republican Massachusetts's 4th September 22, 1814
March 3, 1815
Won special election; defeated for election to the full term.
DanielDewey.jpg Daniel Dewey Federalist Massachusetts's 12th March 4, 1813
February 24, 1814
Resigned.
No image.svg Joseph H. Hawkins Democratic-Republican Kentucky's 2nd March 29, 1814
March 3, 1815
Won special election; Retired.
MorrisSMiller.jpg Morris S. Miller Federalist New York's 16th March 4, 1813
March 3, 1815
Retired.
No image.svg Joel Thompson Democratic-Republican New York's 15th March 4, 1813
March 3, 1815
Retired.

14th Congress (1815–1817)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
Micah Brooks (New York).jpg Micah Brooks Democratic-Republican New York's 21st March 4, 1815
March 3, 1817
Retired.
No image.svg Benjamin Brown Federalist Massachusetts's 16th March 4, 1815
March 3, 1817
Redistricted to the 18th; defeated for re-election.
No image.svg Thomas Burnside Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania's 9th October 10, 1815
April 15, 1816
Won special election; Resigned.
No image.svg James Carr Federalist Massachusetts's 17th March 4, 1815
March 3, 1817
Retired.
Thomas Clayton US.jpg Thomas Clayton Federalist Delaware's at-large March 4, 1815
March 3, 1817
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg Samuel S. Conner Democratic-Republican Massachusetts's 19th March 4, 1815
March 3, 1817
Redistricted to the 18th; defeated for re-election.
No image.svg Bennett H. Henderson Democratic-Republican Tennessee's 4th March 4, 1815
March 3, 1817
Retired.
No image.svg Samuel Powell Democratic-Republican Tennessee's 1st March 4, 1815
March 3, 1817
Retired.
No image.svg Magnus Tate Federalist Virginia's 2nd March 4, 1815
March 3, 1817
Retired.
Enos Throop.JPG Enos T. Throop Democratic-Republican New York's 20th March 4, 1815
June 4, 1816
Defeated for re-election and resigned.
USACE Colonel Jonathan Williams.jpg Jonathan Williams Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania's 1st March 4, 1815
May 16, 1815
Died in office.
No image.svg John B. Yates Democratic-Republican New York's 13th March 4, 1815
March 3, 1817
Retired.

15th Congress (1817–1819)[edit]

16th Congress (1819–1821)[edit]

17th Congress (1821–1823)[edit]

18th Congress (1823–1825)[edit]

19th Congress (1825–1827)[edit]

20th Congress (1827–1829)[edit]

21st-30th Congresses (1829–1849)[edit]

21st Congress (1829–1831)[edit]

22nd Congress (1831–1833)[edit]

23rd Congress (1833–1835)[edit]

24th Congress (1835–1837)[edit]

25th Congress (1837–1839)[edit]

26th Congress (1839–1841)[edit]

27th Congress (1841–1843)[edit]

28th Congress (1843–1845)[edit]

29th Congress (1845–1847)[edit]

30th Congress (1847–1849)[edit]

31st-40th Congresses (1849–1869)[edit]

31st Congress (1849–1851)[edit]

32nd Congress (1851–1853)[edit]

33rd Congress (1853–1855)[edit]

34th Congress (1855–1857)[edit]

35th Congress (1857–1859)[edit]

36th Congress (1859–1861)[edit]

37th Congress (1861–1863)[edit]

38th Congress (1863–1865)[edit]

39th Congress (1865–1867)[edit]

40th Congress (1867–1869)[edit]

41st-50th Congresses (1869–1889)[edit]

41st Congress (1869–1871)[edit]

42nd Congress (1871–1873)[edit]

43rd Congress (1873–1875)[edit]

44th Congress (1875–1877)[edit]

45th Congress (1877–1879)[edit]

46th Congress (1879–1881)[edit]

47th Congress (1881–1883)[edit]

48th Congress (1883–1885)[edit]

49th Congress (1885–1887)[edit]

50th Congress (1887–1889)[edit]

51st-60th Congresses (1889–1909)[edit]

51st Congress (1889–1891)[edit]

52nd Congress (1891–1893)[edit]

53rd Congress (1893–1895)[edit]

54th Congress (1895–1897)[edit]

55th Congress (1897–1899)[edit]

56th Congress (1899–1901)[edit]

57th Congress (1901–1903)[edit]

58th Congress (1903–1905)[edit]

59th Congress (1905–1907)[edit]

60th Congress (1907–1909)[edit]

61st-70th Congresses (1909–1929)[edit]

61st Congress (1909–1911)[edit]

62nd Congress (1911–1913)[edit]

63rd Congress (1913–1915)[edit]

64th Congress (1915–1917)[edit]

65th Congress (1917–1919)[edit]

66th Congress (1919–1921)[edit]

67th Congress (1921–1923)[edit]

68th Congress (1923–1925)[edit]

69th Congress (1925–1927)[edit]

70th Congress (1927–1929)[edit]

71st-80th Congresses (1929–1949)[edit]

71st Congress (1929–1931)[edit]

72nd Congress (1931–1933)[edit]

73rd Congress (1933–1935)[edit]

74th Congress (1935–1937)[edit]

75th Congress (1937–1939)[edit]

76th Congress (1939–1941)[edit]

77th Congress (1941–1943)[edit]

78th Congress (1943–1945)[edit]

79th Congress (1945–1947)[edit]

80th Congress (1947–1949)[edit]

81st-90th Congresses (1949–1969)[edit]

81st Congress (1949–1951)[edit]

82nd Congress (1951–1953)[edit]

83rd Congress (1953–1955)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
Courtneywcampbell.jpg Courtney W. Campbell Democratic Florida's 1st January 3, 1953
January 3, 1955
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg Kit Clardy Republican Michigan's 6th January 3, 1953
January 3, 1955
Defeated for re-election.
Robert Condon.jpeg Robert Condon Democratic California's 6th January 3, 1953
January 3, 1955
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg Jeffrey Paul Hillelson Republican Missouri's 4th January 3, 1953
January 3, 1955
Defeated for re-election.
Hruskalee2.jpg Roman Hruska Republican Nebraska's 2nd January 3, 1953
November 8, 1954
Retired to run successfully for United States Senate.
D. Bailey Merrill.png D. Bailey Merrill Republican Indiana's 8th January 3, 1953
January 3, 1955
Defeated for re-election.
Howard S. Miller (Kansas Congressman).jpg Howard Shultz Miller Democratic Kansas's 1st January 3, 1953
January 3, 1955
Defeated for re-election.
Charles G. Oakman (Michigan Congressman).jpg Charles G. Oakman Republican Michigan's 17th January 3, 1953
January 3, 1955
Defeated for re-election.
Frank Small Jr 84th US Congress Photo Portrait.jpg Frank Small, Jr. Republican Maryland's 5th January 3, 1953
January 3, 1955
Defeated for re-election.
Douglas R. Stringfellow, 83rd Congress.jpg Douglas R. Stringfellow Republican Utah's 1st January 3, 1953
January 3, 1955
Removed from ballot.
Herbert B. Warburton (Delaware Congressman).jpg Herbert Warburton Republican Delaware's at-large January 3, 1953
January 3, 1955
Defeated for re-election.

84th Congress (1955–1957)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
John J. Bell.jpg John J. Bell Democratic Texas's 14th January 3, 1955
January 3, 1957
Lost renomination.
No image.svg Jackson Chase Republican Nebraska's 2nd January 3, 1955
January 3, 1957
Retired to run successfully for the Nebraska Supreme Court.
Irwin D. Davidson NYWTS.jpg Irwin Davidson DemocraticLiberal New York's 20th January 3, 1955
December 31, 1956
Retired to run successfully for Court of General Sessions for New York County;
Resigned early to take his seat on the Court
Orvin Fjare.png Orvin Fjare Republican Montana's 2nd January 3, 1955
January 3, 1957
Defeated for re-election.
Donald Hayworth (Michigan Congressman).jpg Donald Hayworth Democratic Michigan's 6th January 3, 1955
January 3, 1957
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg James C. Murray Democratic Illinois's 3rd January 3, 1955
January 3, 1957
Defeated for re-election.
TJamesTumulty.jpg T. James Tumulty Democratic New Jersey's 14th January 3, 1955
January 3, 1957
Defeated for re-election.

85th Congress (1957–1959)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
Emmet Byrne.jpg Emmet Byrne Republican Illinois's 3rd January 3, 1957
January 3, 1959
Defeated for re-election.
VincentJDellay.jpg Vincent J. Dellay Republican New Jersey's 14th January 3, 1957
January 3, 1959
Defeated for re-election as an independent.
Democratic[a]
David S. Dennison, Jr.jpg David S. Dennison, Jr. Republican Ohio's 11th January 3, 1957
January 3, 1959
Defeated for re-election.
Harry G. Haskell Jr. (Delaware Congressman).jpg Harry G. Haskell, Jr. Republican Delaware's at-large January 3, 1957
January 3, 1959
Defeated for re-election.
Russell W. Keeney.jpg Russell W. Keeney Republican Illinois's 14th January 3, 1957
January 11, 1958
Died in office.
F. Jay Nimtz.jpg F. Jay Nimtz Republican Indiana's 3rd January 3, 1957
January 3, 1959
Defeated for re-election.
Edwin H. May, Jr. (Connecticut Congressman).jpg Edwin H. May, Jr. Republican Connecticut's 1st January 3, 1957
January 3, 1959
Defeated for re-election.
Robert J. McIntosh (Michigan Congressman).jpg Robert J. McIntosh Republican Michigan's 7th January 3, 1957
January 3, 1959
Defeated for re-election.
Donald Edgar Tewes.jpg Donald Edgar Tewes Republican Wisconsin's 2nd January 3, 1957
January 3, 1959
Defeated for re-election.

86th Congress (1959–1961)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
Joseph W Barr.jpg Joseph W. Barr Democratic Indiana's 11th January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
Chester Bowles (Connecticut Governor and Congressman).jpg Chester Bowles Democratic Connecticut's 2nd January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg Lawrence Brock Democratic Nebraska's 3rd January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
Steven V. Carter (Iowa Congressman).jpg Steven V. Carter Democratic Indiana's 11th January 3, 1959
November 4, 1959
Died in office.
Douglas Hemphill Elliott.jpeg Douglas Hemphill Elliott Republican Pennsylvania's 18th April 3, 1960
June 19, 1960
Won special election; died in office.
Gerald T. Flynn (Wisconsin Congressman).jpg Gerald Flynn Democratic Wisconsin's 1st January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
John R. Foley (Maryland Congressman).jpg John R. Foley Democratic Maryland's 6th January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
Newell A. George (Kansas Congressman).jpg Newell George Democratic Kansas's 2nd January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg David McKee Hall Democratic North Carolina's 12th January 3, 1959
January 29, 1960
Died in office.
Denver D. Hargis (Kansas Congressman).png Denver Hargis Democratic Kansas's 3rd January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
Randall S. Harmon (Indiana Congressman).jpg Randall Harmon Democratic Indiana's 10th January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
Earl L. Hogan (Indiana Congressman).jpg Earl Hogan Democratic Indiana's 9th January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
Byron L. Johnson (Colorado Congressman).jpg Byron L. Johnson Democratic Colorado's 2nd January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
George A. Kasem (California Congressman).jpg George Kasem Democratic California's 25th January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
Robert W. Levering (Ohio Congressman).jpg Robert Levering Democratic Ohio's 17th January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg Donald McGinley Democratic Nebraska's 4th January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
William Meyer (Vermont).JPG William H. Meyer Democratic Vermont's at-large January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg Ward Miller Republican Ohio's 6th November 8, 1960
January 3, 1961
Won special election; not a candidate for full term.[b]
Stanley A. Prokop (Pennsylvania Congressman).jpg Stanley Prokop Democratic Pennsylvania's 10th January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
Edna Simpson.jpg Edna Simpson Republican Illinois's 20th January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Retired.
Fred Wampler (Indiana Congressman).jpg Fred Wampler Democratic Indiana's 6th January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.
Leonard G. Wolf (Iowa Congressman).jpg Leonard G. Wolf Democratic Iowa's 2nd January 3, 1959
January 3, 1961
Defeated for re-election.

87th Congress (1961–1963)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
PHDominick.jpg Peter Dominick Republican Colorado's 2nd January 3, 1961
January 3, 1963
Retired to run successfully for the United States Senate.
Edwin R. Durno (Oregon Congressman).jpg Edwin Russell Durno Republican Oregon's 4th January 3, 1961
January 3, 1963
Retired to run unsuccessfully for the United States Senate.
Peter A. Garland (Maine Congressman).jpg Peter A. Garland Republican Maine's 1st January 3, 1961
January 3, 1963
Lost renomination.
Walter Lewis McVey, Jr..jpg Walter Lewis McVey, Jr. Republican Kansas's 3rd January 3, 1961
January 3, 1963
Lost renomination.
Tom Van Horn Moorehead 87th Congress 1961.jpg Tom Van Horn Moorehead Republican Ohio's 15th January 3, 1961
January 3, 1963
Defeated for re-election.
Catherine Dorris Norrell.jpg Catherine Dorris Norrell Democratic Arkansas's 6th April 19, 1961
January 3, 1963
Won special election; district eliminated in redistricting.
M. Blaine Peterson.png M. Blaine Peterson Democratic Utah's 1st January 3, 1961
January 3, 1963
Defeated for re-election.
Louise G. Reece.jpg Louise Goff Reece Republican Tennessee's 1st May 14, 1961
January 3, 1963
Won special election; Retired.
Corinne Boyd Riley.jpg Corinne Boyd Riley Democratic South Carolina's 2nd April 10, 1962
January 3, 1963
Won special election; Retired.
Wm Scranton Pennsylvania 87th Cong.png William Scranton Republican Pennsylvania's 10th January 3, 1961
January 3, 1963
Retired to run successfully for Governor of Pennsylvania.

88th Congress (1963–1965)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
Pete Abele 88th Congress 1963.jpg Pete Abele Republican Ohio's 10th January 3, 1963
January 3, 1965
Defeated for re-election.
IreneBaker.jpg Irene Baker Republican Tennessee's 2nd March 10, 1964
January 3, 1965
Won special election; not a candidate for the full term.
Everett G. Burkhalter Democratic California's 27th January 3, 1963
January 3, 1965
Defeated for re-election.
Thomas Gill.jpg Thomas Gill Democratic Hawaii's at-large January 3, 1963
January 3, 1965
Retired to run unsuccessfully for United States Senate.
Patrick M. Martin 88th Congress 1963.jpg Patrick M. Martin Republican California's 38th January 3, 1963
January 3, 1965
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg Robert McLoskey Republican Illinois's 19th January 3, 1963
January 3, 1965
Defeated for re-election.
Carl West Rich 88th Congress 1963.jpg Carl West Rich Republican Ohio's 1st January 3, 1963
January 3, 1965
Defeated for re-election.
Neil Staebler (Michigan Congressman).jpg Neil Staebler Democratic Michigan's at-large January 3, 1963
January 3, 1965
Retired to run unsuccessfully for Governor of Michigan.
K William Stinson.png K. William Stinson Republican Washington's 7th January 3, 1963
January 3, 1965
Defeated for re-election.
James D. Weaver.jpg James D. Weaver Republican Pennsylvania's 24th January 3, 1963
January 3, 1965
Defeated for re-election.

89th Congress (1965–1967)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
A Glenn Andrews.png Glenn Andrews Republican Alabama's 4th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Bert Bandstra.jpg Bert Bandstra Democratic Iowa's 4th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Clair Armstrong Callan.jpg Clair Armstrong Callan Democratic Nebraska's 1st January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Howard Callaway.jpg Bo Callaway Republican Georgia's 3rd January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Raymond F. Clevenger.jpg Raymond F. Clevenger Democratic Michigan's 11th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Nathaniel N. Craley.jpg Nathaniel N. Craley, Jr. Democratic Pennsylvania's 19th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Kenneth W. Dyal.jpg Kenneth Dyal Democratic California's 33rd January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Charles R. Farnsley.jpg Charles R. Farnsley Democratic Kentucky's 3rd January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Retired.
Billie S. Farnum.jpg Billie Farnum Democratic Michigan's 19th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
John J. Gilligan 89th Congress 1965.jpg John J. Gilligan Democratic Ohio's 1st January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Stanley Griegg.png Stanley L. Greigg Democratic Iowa's 1st January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
GeorgeWGrider.jpg George Grider Democratic Tennessee's 9th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
John R. Hansen.png John R. Hansen Democratic Iowa's 7th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Joseph Oliva Huot.jpg Joseph Oliva Huot Democratic New Hampshire's 1st January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Jed Johnson, Jr. (Oklahoma).jpg Jed Johnson, Jr. Democratic Oklahoma's 6th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Paul J. Krebs.jpg Paul Krebs Democratic New Jersey's 12th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Retired.
Rodney M. Love 89th Congress 1965.jpg Rodney Love Democratic Ohio's 3rd January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
No image.svg James MacKay Democratic Georgia's 4th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
John C. Mackie.jpg John C. Mackie Democratic Michigan's 7th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
James D. Martin.jpg James D. Martin Republican Alabama's 7th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Retired to run unsuccessfully for Governor of Alabama.
Thomas C. McGrath, Jr.jpg Thomas C. McGrath, Jr. Democratic New Jersey's 2nd January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Roy H. McVicker.jpg Roy McVicker Democratic Colorado's 2nd January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
JARace.jpg John Race Democratic Wisconsin's 6th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Rolland W. Redlin.jpg Rollie Redlin Democratic North Dakota's 2nd January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Gale Schisler.jpg Gale Schisler Democratic Illinois's 19th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
John R. Schmidhauser.jpg John Schmidhauser Democratic Iowa's 1st January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Lynn E. Stalbaum (Wisconsin Congressman).jpg Lynn Stalbaum Democratic Wisconsin's 1st January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Robert E. Sweeney 89th Congress 1965.jpg Robert E. Sweeney Democratic Ohio's at-large January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Retired to run unsuccessfully for Attorney General of Ohio.
Lera Millard Thomas.jpg Lera Millard Thomas Democratic Texas's 8th March 26, 1966
January 3, 1967
Won special election; Retired.
Paul H. Todd, Jr.jpg Paul H. Todd, Jr. Democratic Michigan's 3rd January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Weston E. Vivian.jpg Weston E. Vivian Democratic Michigan's 2nd January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Defeated for re-election.
Prentiss Walker.jpg Prentiss Walker Republican Mississippi's 4th January 3, 1965
January 3, 1967
Retired to run unsuccessfully for United States Senate.

90th Congress (1967–1969)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
Jim Gardner.png Jim Gardner Republican North Carolina's 4th January 3, 1967
January 3, 1969
Retired to run unsuccessfully for Governor of North Carolina.
James Vernon Smith.jpg James Vernon Smith Republican Oklahoma's 6th January 3, 1967
January 3, 1969
Defeated for re-election.

91st-100th Congresses (1969–1989)[edit]

91st Congress (1969–1971)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
Jglennbealljr.jpg J. Glenn Beall, Jr. Republican Maryland's 6th January 3, 1969
January 3, 1971
Retired to run successfully for United States Senate.
Allard K. Lowenstein.jpg Allard K. Lowenstein Democratic New York's 5th January 3, 1969
January 3, 1971
Defeated for re-election.
Martin McKneally.jpg Martin B. McKneally Republican New York's 5th January 3, 1969
January 3, 1971
Defeated for re-election.
Lweicker.jpg Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. Republican Maryland's 6th January 3, 1969
January 3, 1971
Retired to run successfully for United States Senate.
John S. Wold.jpg John S. Wold Republican Wyoming's at-large January 3, 1969
January 3, 1971
Retired to run unsuccessfully for United States Senate.

92nd Congress (1971–1973)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
James Abourezk.jpg James Abourezk Democratic South Dakota's 2nd January 3, 1971
January 3, 1973
Retired to run successfully for United States Senate.
Elizabeth Bullock Andrews.jpg Elizabeth B. Andrews Democratic Alabama's 3rd April 4, 1972
January 3, 1973
Won special election; Retired.
Nick Begich.jpg Nick Begich Democratic Alaska's at-large January 3, 1971
October 16, 1972
Died in office.
No image.svg Cliffard Carlson Democratic Illinois's 15th April 4, 1972
January 3, 1973
Won special election; defeated for election to the full term.
William Sheldrick Conover.jpg William Sheldrick Conover Republican Pennsylvania's 27th April 25, 1972
January 3, 1973
Won special election; lost renomination for the full term.
William P. Curlin.jpg William P. Curlin, Jr. Democratic Kentucky's 6th January 3, 1971
January 3, 1973
Retired.
Louise Day Hicks.jpg Louise Day Hicks Democratic Massachusetts's 9th January 3, 1971
January 3, 1973
Defeated for re-election.
Arthur A. Link.jpg Art Link Democratic North Dakota's 2nd January 3, 1971
January 3, 1973
District eliminated; retired.
Mike McKevitt.jpg Mike McKevitt Republican Colorado's 1st January 3, 1971
January 3, 1973
Defeated for re-election.
John H. Terry.jpg John H. Terry Republican New York's 34th January 3, 1971
January 3, 1973
Retired.

93rd Congress (1973–1975)[edit]

Portrait Representative Party District Years ↑ Reason for leaving Congress
Paul W. Cronin.jpg Paul W. Cronin Republican Massachusetts's 5th January 3, 1973
January 3, 1975
Defeated for re-election.
HVFroehlich.png Harold Vernon Froehlich Republican Wisconsin's 8th January 3, 1973
January 3, 1975
Defeated for re-election.
Bill Gunter.jpg Bill Gunter Democratic Florida's 5th January 3, 1973
January 3, 1975
Retired to run unsuccessfully for United States Senate.
Robert Paul Hanrahan.png Robert P. Hanrahan Republican Illinois's 3rd January 3, 1973
January 3, 1975
Defeated for re-election.
Robert J. Huber.jpg Robert J. Huber Republican Michigan's 18th January 3, 1973
January 3, 1975
Defeated for re-election.