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A complete alphabetical list of members of the House of Representatives. For timeline-centric lists, see List of United States Congresses. For a less-detailed list, see the Representatives category.

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Image Representative Party District/State Timeline Titles Source
Will Will Bailey Democratic OR-5 2009 (111th)   The Ticket
Josiah Bartlet Josiah Bartlet Democratic NH 19811987 (97th99th   Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc; The Wedding
Gladman Gladman Republican 1999-2001(106th)   Mr. Willis of Ohio
Jeff Haffley Jeff Haffley Republican WA-5 20032006 (108th109th) Speaker of the House 7A WF 83429; Two Weeks Out
  Jim Hohner Republican IL 1997 - 2003 (107th) Speaker of the House 7A WF 83429
Katzenmoyer Katzenmoyer Democratic WI-3 1999 - 2001 (106th)   Five Votes Down
  Peter Lien Republican TX-22 2001 - 2003 (107th)   20 Hours in America (Part II); The Red Mass
MarkRichardson Mark Richardson Democratic NY 19992003 (106th108th) Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus Five Votes Down; Angel Maintenance
  Ritchie Democratic  

1999 - 2001 (106th)

  Mandatory Minimums
Russell Bob Russell Democratic CO-3 1995 - 2003 (104th - 108th)   Jefferson Lives
Santos Matt Santos Democratic TX-18 20012007 (107th109th)   Liftoff; Tomorrow
  Mark B. Sellner Democratic   19882007 (101st110th) Speaker of the House Transition; Tomorrow
Skinner Matt Skinner Republican   19992000 (106th)   Mr. Willis of Ohio; The Portland Trip
CalTillinghouse Cal Tillinghouse Democratic TX 1999   Five Votes Down
Glen Allen Walken Glen Allen Walken Republican MO-6 19892003 (101st108th) Speaker of the House 7A WF 83429
ChristopherWick Christopher Wick Democratic   1999 (106th)   Five Votes Down
Andrea Andrea Wyatt Democratic MD-5 19982005 (105th109th) 3rd Ranking Member of the House International Relations Committee Debate Camp; Night Five

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