List of United States Representatives from New Jersey

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The following is an alphabetical list of members of the United States House of Representatives from the state of New Jersey. For chronological tables of members of both houses of the United States Congress from the state (through the present day), see United States Congressional Delegations from New Jersey. The list of names should be complete, but other data may be incomplete.

Current representatives[edit]

List of representatives[edit]

Representative Party District Years Electoral history
Ernest R. Ackerman Republican 5th 1919 – 1931 Died
Hugh J. Addonizio Democratic 11th 1949 – 1962 Resigned to become Mayor of Newark
John Adler Democratic 3rd 2009 – 2011 Defeated for reelection
Garnett B. Adrain Democratic 3rd 1857 – 1861 Not a candidate for re-election
Henry C. Allen Republican 6th 1905 – 1907 Not a candidate for re-election
Rob Andrews Democratic 1st 1990 – 2014 Resigned
Stewart H. Appleby Republican 3rd 1925 – 1927 Not a candidate for re-election
Theodore F. Appleby Republican 3rd 1921 – 1923 Defeated, re-elected, but died before taking office.
James C. Auchincloss Republican 3rd 1943 – 1965 Not a candidate for re-election
Oscar L. Auf Der Heide Democratic 11th 1925 – 1933 Not a candidate for re-election
14th 1933 – 1935
John Bancker Aycrigg Whig At-large 1837 – 1839 Elected in 1840
Retired
1841 – 1843 Not a candidate for re-election


Isaac Bacharach Republican 2nd 1915 – 1937 [Data unknown/missing.]
Ezra Baker Democratic-Republican At-large 1815 – 1817 [Data unknown/missing.]
Jacob T. Baker Democratic 2nd 1913 – 1915 [Data unknown/missing.]
Ephraim Bateman Democratic-Republican At-large 1815 – 1823 [Data unknown/missing.]
John Beatty Pro-Administration At-large 1793 – 1795 [Data unknown/missing.]
Charles D. Beckwith Republican 5th 1889 – 1891 [Data unknown/missing.]
Benjamin Bennet Democratic-Republican At-large 1815 – 1819 [Data unknown/missing.]
Allan Benny Democratic 9th 1903 – 1905 [Data unknown/missing.]
Christopher A. Bergen Republican 1st 1889 – 1893 [Data unknown/missing.]
Thomas Bines Democratic-Republican 3rd 1814 – 1815 [Data unknown/missing.]
William F. Birch Republican 5th 1918 – 1919 [Data unknown/missing.]
John T. Bird Democratic 3rd 1869 – 1873 [Data unknown/missing.]
James Bishop Opposition 3rd 1855 – 1857 [Data unknown/missing.]
John L. Blake Republican 6th 1879 – 1881 [Data unknown/missing.]
Joseph Bloomfield Democratic-Republican At-large 1817 – 1821 [Data unknown/missing.]
Elias Boudinot Pro-Administration At-large 1789 – 1795 First elected in 1789
Re-elected in 1790
Re-elected in 1792
Retired
Adam Boyd Democratic-Republican At-large 1803 – 1805 [Data unknown/missing.]
1808 – 1813 [Data unknown/missing.]
Robert G. Bremner Democratic 7th 1913 – 1914 Died
John H. Brewer Republican 2nd 1881 – 1885 [Data unknown/missing.]
Lewis A. Brigham Republican 7th 1879 – 1881 [Data unknown/missing.]
George H. Brown Whig 4th 1851 – 1853 [Data unknown/missing.]
Charles Browne Democratic 4th 1923 – 1925 [Data unknown/missing.]
William J. Browning Republican 1st 1911 – 1920 Died
James Buchanan Republican 2nd 1885 – 1893 [Data unknown/missing.]
Cornelius A. Cadmus Democratic 5th 1891 – 1895 [Data unknown/missing.]
Lambert Cadwalader Pro-Administration At-large 1789 – 1791 [Data unknown/missing.]
1793 – 1795
William T. Cahill Republican 1st 1959 – 1967 Resigned to become Governor of New Jersey
6th 1967 – 1970
Gordon Canfield Republican 8th 1941 – 1961 [Data unknown/missing.]
John Henry Capstick Republican 5th 1915 – 1918 Died
Clifford P. Case Republican 6th 1945 – 1953 Resigned to become president of Ford Foundation's Fund for the Republic
George Cassedy Democratic-Republican At-large 1821 – 1823 [Data unknown/missing.]
Jacksonian
Democratic-Republican
1823 – 1825
Jacksonian 1825 – 1827
Peter A. Cavicchia Republican 9th 1931 – 1933 [Data unknown/missing.]
11th 1933 – 1937
William Chetwood Whig At-large 1836 – 1837 [Data unknown/missing.]
Abraham Clark Pro-Administration At-large 1791 – 1794 Died
Alvah A. Clark Democratic 4th 1877 – 1881 [Data unknown/missing.]
Amos Clark, Jr. Republican 3rd 1873 – 1875 [Data unknown/missing.]
Isaiah D. Clawson Opposition 1st 1855 – 1857 [Data unknown/missing.]
Republican 1857 – 1859
Orestes Cleveland Democratic 5th 1869 – 1871 [Data unknown/missing.]
George T. Cobb Democratic 4th 1861 – 1863 [Data unknown/missing.]
Bonnie Watson Coleman Democratic 12th 2015 – Incumbent
Lewis Condict Democratic-Republican At-large 1811 – 1813 [Data unknown/missing.]
1st 1813 – 1815
At-large 1815 – 1817
1821 – 1823 [Data unknown/missing.]
Jacksonian
Democratic-Republican
1823 – 1825
Adams 1825 – 1829
Anti-Jacksonian 1829 – 1833
John Condit Democratic-Republican 1st 1799 – 1801 [Data unknown/missing.]
At-large 1801 – 1803
1819 – 1819 Resigned after being appointed assistant collector of the Port of New York
Silas Condit Anti-Jacksonian At-large 1831 – 1833 [Data unknown/missing.]
Richard M. Cooper Anti-Jacksonian At-large 1829 – 1833 [Data unknown/missing.]
William R. Cooper Democratic At-large 1839 – 1841 [Data unknown/missing.]
Johnston Cornish Democratic 4th 1893 – 1895 [Data unknown/missing.]
James A. Courter Republican 13th 1979 – 1983 [Data unknown/missing.]
12th 1983 – 1991
James Cox Democratic-Republican At-large 1809 – 1810 Died
William Coxe, Jr. Federalist At-large 1813 – 1815 [Data unknown/missing.]
Augustus W. Cutler Democratic 5th 1875 – 1879 [Data unknown/missing.]
William D. Daly Democratic 7th 1899 – 1900 Died
Dominick V. Daniels Democratic 14th 1959 – 1977 [Data unknown/missing.]
Ezra Darby Democratic-Republican At-large 1805 – 1808 Died
Franklin Davenport Federalist 5th 1799 – 1801 [Data unknown/missing.]
Jonathan Dayton Federalist At-large 1791 – 1799 [Data unknown/missing.]
Vincent J. Dellay Republican/Democratic 14th 1957 – 1959 Changed party affiliation sometime in 1958
Philemon Dickerson Jacksonian At-large 1833 – 1836 First elected in 1832
Re-elected in 1834
Resigned to become Governor of New Jersey
Democratic 1839 – 1841 Elected in 1838
Lost re-election
Samuel A. Dobbins Republican 2nd 1873 – 1877 [Data unknown/missing.]
Dow H. Drukker Republican 7th 1914 – 1919 [Data unknown/missing.]
John T. Dunn Democratic 8th 1893 – 1895 [Data unknown/missing.]
Bernard J. Dwyer Democratic 15th 1981 – 1983 [Data unknown/missing.]
6th 1983 – 1993
Florence P. Dwyer Republican 6th 1957 – 1967 [Data unknown/missing.]
12th 1967 – 1973
John J. Eagan Democratic 11th 1913 – 1921 [Data unknown/missing.]
1923 – 1925 [Data unknown/missing.]
Charles A. Eaton Republican 4th 1925 – 1933 [Data unknown/missing.]
5th 1933 – 1953
Joseph E. Edsall Democratic 4th 1845 – 1847 [Data unknown/missing.]
3rd 1847 – 1849
Ebenezer Elmer Democratic-Republican At-large 1801 – 1807 [Data unknown/missing.]
Lucius Q.C. Elmer Democratic 1st 1843 – 1845 [Data unknown/missing.]
Thomas D. English Democratic 6th 1891 – 1895 [Data unknown/missing.]
Isaac G. Farlee Democratic 3rd 1843 – 1845 [Data unknown/missing.]
Millicent H. Fenwick Republican 5th 1975 – 1983 [Data unknown/missing.]
Michael A. Ferguson Republican 7th 2001 – 2009 [Data unknown/missing.]
Thomas M. Ferrell Democratic 1st 1883 – 1885 [Data unknown/missing.]
William H.F. Fiedler Democratic 6th 1883 – 1885 [Data unknown/missing.]
George B. Fielder Democratic 7th 1893 – 1895 [Data unknown/missing.]
De Witt C. Flanagan Democratic 4th 1902 – 1903 [Data unknown/missing.]
James J. Florio Democratic 1st 1975 – 1990 Resigned after being elected Governor of New Jersey
Samuel C. Forker Democratic 2nd 1871 – 1873 [Data unknown/missing.]
Edwin B. Forsythe Republican 6th 1970 – 1983 Died
13th 1983 – 1984
Franklin W. Fort Republican 9th 1925 – 1931 [Data unknown/missing.]
Charles N. Fowler Republican 8th 1895 – 1903 [Data unknown/missing.]
5th 1903 – 1911
Samuel Fowler Jacksonian At-large 1833 – 1837 [Data unknown/missing.]
Samuel Fowler Democratic 4th 1889 – 1893 [Data unknown/missing.]
Robert D. Franks Republican 7th 1993 – 2001 [Data unknown/missing.]
Peter Frelinghuysen, Jr. Republican 5th 1953 – 1975 [Data unknown/missing.]
Rodney Frelinghuysen Republican 11th 1995 – Incumbent
Cornelius E. Gallagher Democratic 13th 1959 – 1973 [Data unknown/missing.]
Dean A. Gallo Republican 11th 1985 – 1994 Died
John J. Gardner Republican 2nd 1893 – 1913 [Data unknown/missing.]
Scott Garrett Republican 5th 2003 – 2017 [Data unknown/missing.]
Daniel Garrison Jacksonian Democratic-Republican At-large 1823 – 1825 [Data unknown/missing.]
Jacksonian 1825 – 1827
Jacob A. Geissenhainer Democratic 3rd 1889 – 1895 [Data unknown/missing.]
Elmer H. Geran Democratic 3rd 1923 – 1925 [Data unknown/missing.]
Milton W. Glenn Republican 2nd 1957 – 1965 [Data unknown/missing.]
Josh Gottheimer Democratic 5th 2017 – present Incumbent
Edward W. Gray Republican 6th 1915 – 1919 [Data unknown/missing.]
Robert S. Green Democratic 3rd 1885 – 1887 Resigned after being elected Governor of New Jersey
Dudley S. Gregory Whig 5th 1847 – 1849 [Data unknown/missing.]
Frank J. Guarini, Jr. Democratic 14th 1979 – 1993 [Data unknown/missing.]
Charles Haight Democratic 2nd 1867 – 1871 [Data unknown/missing.]
George A. Halsey Republican 5th 1867 – 1869 [Data unknown/missing.]
1871 – 1873 [Data unknown/missing.]
William Halstead Whig At-large 1837 – 1839 Elected in 1836
Re-elected in 1838, but the House declined to seat him[1]
1841 – 1843 Re-elected in 1840
[Data unknown/missing.]
James A. Hamill Democratic 10th 1907 – 1913 [Data unknown/missing.]
12th 1913 – 1921
Robert Hamilton Democratic 4th 1873 – 1877 [Data unknown/missing.]
James G. Hampton Whig 1st 1845 – 1849 [Data unknown/missing.]
Thomas M. Hand Republican 2nd 1945 – 1956 Died
Augustus A. Hardenbergh Democratic 7th 1875 – 1879 [Data unknown/missing.]
1881 – 1883 [Data unknown/missing.]
Henry S. Harris Democratic 4th 1881 – 1883 [Data unknown/missing.]
Archibald C. Hart Democratic 6th 1912 – 1913 [Data unknown/missing.]
8th 1913 – 1917 [Data unknown/missing.]
Edward J. Hart Democratic 14th 1935 – 1955 [Data unknown/missing.]
Fred A. Hartley, Jr. Republican 8th 1929 – 1933 [Data unknown/missing.]
10th 1933 – 1949
Andrew K. Hay Whig 1st 1849 – 1851 [Data unknown/missing.]
John W. Hazelton Republican 1st 1871 – 1875 [Data unknown/missing.]
William Helms Democratic-Republican At-large 1801 – 1811 [Data unknown/missing.]
Henry Helstoski Democratic 9th 1965 – 1977 [Data unknown/missing.]
Thomas Henderson Federalist At-large 1795 – 1797 [Data unknown/missing.]
John Hill Republican 4th 1867 – 1873 [Data unknown/missing.]
5th 1881 – 1883 [Data unknown/missing.]
George Hires Republican 1st 1885 – 1889 [Data unknown/missing.]
Harold G. Hoffman Republican 3rd 1927 – 1931 [Data unknown/missing.]
George Holcombe Democratic-Republican At-large 1821 – 1823 Died
Jacksonian Democratic-Republican 1823 – 1825
Jacksonian 1825 – 1828
Harold C. Hollenbeck Republican 9th 1977 – 1983 [Data unknown/missing.]
Rush D. Holt, Jr. Democratic 12th 1999 – 2015
James J. Howard Democratic 3rd 1965 – 1988 Died
Benjamin F. Howell Republican 3rd 1895 – 1911 [Data unknown/missing.]
Charles R. Howell Democratic 4th 1949 – 1955 [Data unknown/missing.]
Benjamin F. Howey Republican 4th 1883 – 1885 [Data unknown/missing.]
Jacob Hufty Democratic-Republican At-large 1809 – 1813 Died
Federalist 3rd 1813 – 1814
Thomas H. Hughes Anti-Jacksonian At-large 1829 – 1833 [Data unknown/missing.]
William Hughes Democratic 6th 1903 – 1905 [Data unknown/missing.]
1907 – 1912 Resigned after being appointed as judge of the court of common pleas of Passaic County
William J. Hughes Democratic 2nd 1975 – 1995 [Data unknown/missing.]
John E. Hunt Republican 1st 1967 – 1975 [Data unknown/missing.]
Elijah C. Hutchinson Republican 4th 1915 – 1923 [Data unknown/missing.]
John Huyler Democratic 4th 1857 – 1859 [Data unknown/missing.]
James H. Imlay Federalist At-large 1797 – 1799 [Data unknown/missing.]
4th 1799 – 1801
Walter S. Jeffries Republican 2nd 1939 – 1941 [Data unknown/missing.]
Charles S. Joelson Democratic 8th 1961 – 1969 Resigned to become a judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey
Phineas Jones Republican 6th 1881 – 1883 [Data unknown/missing.]
John Kean Republican 3rd 1883 – 1885 [Data unknown/missing.]
1887 – 1889 [Data unknown/missing.]
Robert W. Kean Republican 12th 1939 – 1959 [Data unknown/missing.]
Edward A. Kenney Democratic 9th 1933 – 1938 Died
Joseph Kille Democratic At-large 1839 – 1841 [Data unknown/missing.]
James G. King Whig 5th 1849 – 1851 [Data unknown/missing.]
Eugene F. Kinkead Democratic 9th 1909 – 1913 Resigned after becoming Sheriff of Hudson County
8th 1913 – 1915
Charles Kinsey Democratic-Republican At-large 1817 – 1819 [Data unknown/missing.]
1820 – 1821 [Data unknown/missing.]
Littleton Kirkpatrick Democratic 4th 1843 – 1845 [Data unknown/missing.]
Aaron Kitchell Pro-Administration At-large 1791 – 1793 [Data unknown/missing.]
1795 – 1795 [Data unknown/missing.]
Federalist 1795 – 1797
Democratic-Republican 1799 – 1801 [Data unknown/missing.]
Herbert Klein Democratic 8th 1993 – 1995 [Data unknown/missing.]
Paul J. Krebs Democratic 12th 1965 – 1967 [Data unknown/missing.]
John Lambert Democratic-Republican At-large 1805 – 1809 [Data unknown/missing.]
Leonard Lance Republican 7th 2009 – Incumbent
William M. Lanning Republican 4th 1903 – 1904 Resigned to accept position as judge of United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
Eugene W. Leake Democratic 9th 1907 – 1909 [Data unknown/missing.]
Thomas Lee Jacksonian At-large 1833 – 1837 [Data unknown/missing.]
Joseph A. LeFante Democratic 14th 1977 – 1978 Resigned
Frederick R. Lehlbach Republican 10th 1915 – 1933 [Data unknown/missing.]
12th 1933 – 1937
Herman Lehlbach Republican 6th 1885 – 1891 [Data unknown/missing.]
Samuel Lilly Democratic 3rd 1853 – 1855 [Data unknown/missing.]
James Linn Democratic-Republican 3rd 1799 – 1801 [Data unknown/missing.]
John Linn Democratic-Republican At-large 1817 – 1821 Died
Frank LoBiondo Republican 2nd 1995 – Incumbent
Henry C. Loudenslager Republican 1st 1893 – 1911 Died
Tom MacArthur Republican 3rd 2015 – Incumbent
Andrew Maguire Democratic 7th 1975 – 1981 [Data unknown/missing.]
Joseph J. Maraziti Republican 13th 1973 – 1975 [Data unknown/missing.]
Lewis J. Martin Democratic 6th 1913 – 1913 Died
William J. Martini Republican 8th 1995 – 1997 [Data unknown/missing.]
Frank A. Mathews, Jr. Republican 4th 1945 – 1949 [Data unknown/missing.]
James Matlack Democratic-Republican At-large 1821 – 1823 [Data unknown/missing.]
Adams-Clay Democratic-Republican 1823 – 1825
George C. Maxwell Democratic-Republican At-large 1811 – 1813 [Data unknown/missing.]
John P. B. Maxwell Whig At-large 1837 – 1839 Elected in 1836
Re-elected in 1838, but the House declined to seat him[1]
1841 – 1843 Re-elected in 1840
[Data unknown/missing.]
William McAdoo Democratic 7th 1883 – 1891 [Data unknown/missing.]
Walter I. McCoy Democratic 8th 1911 – 1913 Resigned after being appointed associate justice of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia
9th 1913 – 1914
Allan L. McDermott Democratic 7th 1900 – 1903 [Data unknown/missing.]
10th 1903 – 1907
Edward F. McDonald Democratic 7th 1891 – 1892 Died
Thomas McEwan, Jr. Republican 7th 1895 – 1899 [Data unknown/missing.]
Cornelius A. McGlennon Democratic 8th 1919 – 1921 [Data unknown/missing.]
Thomas C. McGrath, Jr. Democratic 2nd 1965 – 1967 [Data unknown/missing.]
Donald H. McLean Republican 6th 1933 – 1945 [Data unknown/missing.]
Frank J. McNulty Democratic 8th 1923 – 1925 [Data unknown/missing.]
Bob Menendez Democratic 13th 1993 – 2006 Resigned after being appointed to the US Senate
Helen S. Meyner Democratic 13th 1975 – 1979 [Data unknown/missing.]
George Middleton Democratic 2nd 1863 – 1865 [Data unknown/missing.]
Daniel F. Minahan Democratic 9th 1919 – 1921 [Data unknown/missing.]
1923 – 1925 [Data unknown/missing.]
Joseph G. Minish Democratic 11th 1963 – 1985 [Data unknown/missing.]
Paul J. Moore Democratic 8th 1927 – 1929 [Data unknown/missing.]
William Moore Republican 1st 1867 – 1871 [Data unknown/missing.]
James Morgan Democratic-Republican At-large 1811 – 1813 [Data unknown/missing.]
James Mott Democratic-Republican At-large 1801 – 1805 [Data unknown/missing.]
Thomas Newbold Democratic-Republican At-large 1807 – 1813 [Data unknown/missing.]
William A. Newell Whig 2nd 1847 – 1851 [Data unknown/missing.]
Republican 1865 – 1867 [Data unknown/missing.]
John T. Nixon Republican 1st 1859 – 1863 [Data unknown/missing.]


Donald Norcross Democratic 1st 2014 – Incumbent
Mary T. Norton Democratic 12th 1925 – 1933 [Data unknown/missing.]
13th 1933 – 1951
Charles F. X. O'Brien Democratic 12th 1921 – 1925 [Data unknown/missing.]
Edward L. O'Neill Democratic 11th 1937 – 1939 [Data unknown/missing.]
Archibald E. Olpp Republican 11th 1921 – 1923 [Data unknown/missing.]
Frank C. Osmers, Jr. Republican 9th 1939 – 1943 [Data unknown/missing.]
1951 – 1965 [Data unknown/missing.]
Frank Pallone Democratic 3rd 1988 – 1993 Incumbent
6th 1993 –
Michael J. Pappas Republican 12th 1997 – 1999 [Data unknown/missing.]
James Parker Jacksonian At-large 1833 – 1837 [Data unknown/missing.]
Richard W. Parker Republican 6th 1895 – 1903 [Data unknown/missing.]
7th 1903 – 1911
9th 1914 – 1919 [Data unknown/missing.]
1921 – 1923 [Data unknown/missing.]
Bill Pascrell Democratic 8th 1997 – 2013 Incumbent
9th 2013 –
Edward J. Patten Democratic 15th 1963 – 1981 [Data unknown/missing.]
Francis F. Patterson, Jr. Republican 1st 1920 – 1927 [Data unknown/missing.]
Donald M. Payne Democratic 10th 1989 – 2012 Died
Donald M. Payne, Jr. Democratic 10th 2012 – Incumbent
Thomas B. Peddie Republican 6th 1877 – 1879 [Data unknown/missing.]
Alexander C. M. Pennington Whig 5th 1853 – 1855 [Data unknown/missing.]
Opposition 1855 – 1857
William Pennington Republican 5th 1859 – 1861 [Data unknown/missing.]
Randolph Perkins Republican 6th 1921 – 1933 Died
7th 1933 – 1936
Nehemiah Perry Democratic 5th 1861 – 1865 [Data unknown/missing.]
William W. Phelps Republican 5th 1873 – 1875 [Data unknown/missing.]
1883 – 1889 [Data unknown/missing.]
James N. Pidcock Democratic 4th 1885 – 1889 [Data unknown/missing.]
Isaac Pierson Adams At-large 1827 – 1829 [Data unknown/missing.]
Anti-Jacksonian 1829 – 1831
Mahlon Pitney Republican 4th 1895 – 1899 Resigned after being elected to the state Senate
D. Lane Powers Republican 4th 1933 – 1945 Resigned to become a member of the Public Utilities Commission of New Jersey
Le Gage Pratt Democratic 8th 1907 – 1909 [Data unknown/missing.]
Rodman M. Price Democratic 5th 1851 – 1853 [Data unknown/missing.]
John H. Pugh Republican 2nd 1877 – 1879 [Data unknown/missing.]
Amos H. Radcliffe Republican 7th 1919 – 1923 [Data unknown/missing.]
John R. Ramsey Republican 6th 1917 – 1921 [Data unknown/missing.]
James F. Randolph Adams At-large 1828 – 1829 [Data unknown/missing.]
Anti-Jacksonian 1829 – 1833
Joseph F. Randolph Whig At-large 1837 – 1843 [Data unknown/missing.]
Jetur R. Riggs Democratic 4th 1859 – 1861 [Data unknown/missing.]
Matthew J. Rinaldo Republican 12th 1973 – 1983 [Data unknown/missing.]
7th 1983 – 1993
George R. Robbins Opposition 2nd 1855 – 1857 [Data unknown/missing.]
Republican 1857 – 1859
George M. Robeson Republican 1st 1879 – 1883 [Data unknown/missing.]
Peter W. Rodino, Jr. Democratic 10th 1949 – 1989 [Data unknown/missing.]
Robert A. Roe Democratic 8th 1969 – 1993 [Data unknown/missing.]
Andrew J. Rogers Democratic 4th 1863 – 1867 [Data unknown/missing.]
Miles Ross Democratic 3rd 1875 – 1883 [Data unknown/missing.]
Steve Rothman Democratic 9th 1997 – 2013 [Data unknown/missing.]
Marge Roukema Republican 7th 1981 – 1983 [Data unknown/missing.]
5th 1983 – 2003
John Runk Whig 3rd 1845 – 1847 [Data unknown/missing.]
Jon Runyan Republican 3rd 2011 – 2015
Daniel B. Ryall Democratic At-large 1839 – 1841 [Data unknown/missing.]
Joshua S. Salmon Democratic 4th 1899 – 1902 Died
Charles W. Sandman, Jr. Republican 2nd 1967 – 1975 [Data unknown/missing.]
Jim Saxton Republican 13th 1984 – 1993 [Data unknown/missing.]
3rd 1993 – 2009
Ferdinand Schureman Schenck Jacksonian At-large 1833 – 1837 [Data unknown/missing.]
James Schureman Pro-Administration At-large 1789 – 1791 Retired when elected U.S. Senator
Federalist 1797 – 1799 [Data unknown/missing.]
2nd 1813 – 1815 [Data unknown/missing.]
Isaac W. Scudder Republican 7th 1873 – 1875 [Data unknown/missing.]
John A. Scudder Democratic-Republican At-large 1810 – 1811 [Data unknown/missing.]
Thomas J. Scully Democratic 3rd 1911 – 1921 [Data unknown/missing.]
George N. Seger Republican 7th 1923 – 1933 [Data unknown/missing.]
8th 1933 – 1940
William N. Shinn Jacksonian At-large 1833 – 1837 [Data unknown/missing.]
Alfred D. Sieminski Democratic 13th 1951 – 1959 [Data unknown/missing.]
Clement H. Sinnickson Republican 1st 1875 – 1879 [Data unknown/missing.]
Thomas Sinnickson Pro-Administration At-large 1789 – 1791 [Data unknown/missing.]
Federalist 1797 – 1799 [Data unknown/missing.]
Thomas Sinnickson Adams At-large 1828 – 1829 [Data unknown/missing.]
Albio Sires Democratic 13th 2006 – 2013 First elected to finish Bob Menendez's term
Incumbent
8th 2013 –
Charles Sitgreaves Democratic 3rd 1865 – 1869 [Data unknown/missing.]
Charles Skelton Democratic 2nd 1851 – 1855 [Data unknown/missing.]
James Sloan Democratic-Republican At-large 1803 – 1809 [Data unknown/missing.]
Bernard Smith Democratic-Republican At-large 1819 – 1821 [Data unknown/missing.]
Chris Smith Republican 4th 1981 – Incumbent
Hezekiah B. Smith Democratic 2nd 1879 – 1881 [Data unknown/missing.]
Isaac Smith Federalist At-large 1795 – 1797 [Data unknown/missing.]
Henry Southard Democratic-Republican At-large 1801 – 1811 [Data unknown/missing.]
1815 – 1821 [Data unknown/missing.]
Isaac Southard Anti-Jacksonian At-large 1831 – 1833 [Data unknown/missing.]
John F. Starr Republican 1st 1863 – 1867 [Data unknown/missing.]
William G. Steele Democratic 3rd 1861 – 1865 [Data unknown/missing.]
James F. Stewart Republican 5th 1895 – 1903 [Data unknown/missing.]
Percy H. Stewart Democratic 5th 1931 – 1933 [Data unknown/missing.]
Richard Stockton Federalist 2nd 1813 – 1815 [Data unknown/missing.]
Charles C. Stratton Whig At-large 1837 – 1839 Elected in 1836
Re-elected in 1838, but the House declined to seat him[1]
1841 – 1843 Re-elected in 1840
Retired
John L. N. Stratton Republican 2nd 1859 – 1863 [Data unknown/missing.]
Nathan T. Stratton Democratic 1st 1851 – 1855 [Data unknown/missing.]
Frank L. Sundstrom Republican 11th 1943 – 1949 [Data unknown/missing.]
William H. Sutphin Democratic 3rd 1931 – 1943 [Data unknown/missing.]
Samuel Swan Democratic-Republican At-large 1821 – 1823 [Data unknown/missing.]
Jacksonian Democratic-Republican 1823 – 1825
Adams 1825 – 1829
Anti-Jacksonian 1829 – 1831
George Sykes Democratic 2nd 1843 – 1845 [Data unknown/missing.]
1845 – 1847 [Data unknown/missing.]
Herbert W. Taylor Republican 8th 1921 – 1923 [Data unknown/missing.]
1925 – 1927
Frederick H. Teese Democratic 6th 1875 – 1877 [Data unknown/missing.]
J. Parnell Thomas Republican 7th 1937 – 1950 Resigned
Frank Thompson, Jr. Democratic 4th 1955 – 1980 Resigned
Hedge Thompson Adams At-large 1827 – 1828 Died
Mark Thomson Federalist At-large 1795 – 1799 [Data unknown/missing.]
Robert G. Torricelli Democratic 9th 1983 – 1997 [Data unknown/missing.]
Harry Lancaster Towe Republican 9th 1943 – 1951 resigned to become assistant attorney general of New Jersey
Frank W. Towey, Jr. Democratic 12th 1937 – 1939 [Data unknown/missing.]
Edward W. Townsend Democratic 7th 1911 – 1913 [Data unknown/missing.]
10th 1913 – 1915
Ebenezer Tucker Adams At-large 1825 – 1829 Retired
T. James Tumulty Democratic 14th 1955 – 1957 [Data unknown/missing.]
William E. Tuttle, Jr. Democratic 5th 1911 – 1915 [Data unknown/missing.]
George Vail Democratic 4th 1853 – 1857 [Data unknown/missing.]
John Van Dyke Whig 4th 1847 – 1851 [Data unknown/missing.]
Marshall Van Winkle Republican 9th 1905 – 1907 [Data unknown/missing.]
Charles H. Voorhis Republican 5th 1879 – 1881 [Data unknown/missing.]
Albert L. Vreeland Republican 11th 1939 – 1943 [Data unknown/missing.]
Peter D. Vroom Democratic At-large 1839 – 1841 [Data unknown/missing.]
George M. Wallhauser Republican 12th 1959 – 1965 [Data unknown/missing.]
Allan B. Walsh Democratic 4th 1913 – 1915 [Data unknown/missing.]
Marcus L. Ward Republican 6th 1873 – 1875 [Data unknown/missing.]
Thomas Ward Democratic-Republican 1st 1813 – 1815 [Data unknown/missing.]
At-large 1815 – 1817
Elmer H. Wene Democratic 2nd 1937 – 1939 [Data unknown/missing.]
1941 – 1945 [Data unknown/missing.]
William B. Widnall Republican 7th 1950 – 1974 Resigned
Isaac Wildrick Democratic 3rd 1849 – 1853 [Data unknown/missing.]
William H. Wiley Republican 8th 1903 – 1907 [Data unknown/missing.]
1909 – 1911 [Data unknown/missing.]
Harrison A. Williams, Jr. Democratic 6th 1953 – 1957 [Data unknown/missing.]
Charles A. Wolverton Republican 1st 1927 – 1959 [Data unknown/missing.]
Ira W. Wood Republican 4th 1904 – 1913 [Data unknown/missing.]
Jacob R. Wortendyke Democratic 5th 1857 – 1859 [Data unknown/missing.]
Edwin R. V. Wright Democratic 5th 1865 – 1867 [Data unknown/missing.]
Samuel G. Wright Whig 2nd 1845 – 1845 Died
William Wright Whig 5th 1843 – 1847 [Data unknown/missing.]
Thomas J. Yorke Whig At-large 1837 – 1839 Elected in 1836
Re-elected in 1838, but the House declined to seat him[1]
1841 – 1843 Re-elected in 1840
[Data unknown/missing.]
Richard Zimmer Republican 12th 1991 – 1997 [Data unknown/missing.]

Living former Members of the U.S. House of Representatives from New Jersey[edit]

As of January 2017, there are nineteen former members of the U.S. House of Representatives from the U.S. State of New Jersey who are currently living at this time. The most recent representative to die was Marge Roukema (1981–2003) on November 12, 2014. The most recently serving representative to die was John Adler (2009–2011) on April 4, 2011.


Representative Term of office District Date of birth (and age)
Cornelius E. Gallagher 1959–1973 13th (1921-03-02) March 2, 1921 (age 97)
James Florio 1975–1990 1st (1937-08-29) August 29, 1937 (age 81)
William J. Hughes 1975–1995 2nd (1932-10-17) October 17, 1932 (age 85)
Harold C. Hollenbeck 1977–1983 9th (1938-12-29) December 29, 1938 (age 79)
Frank J. Guarini 1979–1993 14th (1924-08-20) August 20, 1924 (age 94)
Jim Courter 1979–1991 13th (1973–1983)
12th (1983–1991)
(1941-10-14) October 14, 1941 (age 76)
Robert Torricelli 1983–1997 9th (1951-08-27) August 27, 1951 (age 67)
Jim Saxton 1984–2009 13th (1984–1993)
3rd (1993–2009)
(1943-01-22) January 22, 1943 (age 75)
Richard Zimmer 1991–1997 12th (1944-08-16) August 16, 1944 (age 74)
Herbert Klein 1993–1995 8th (1930-06-24) June 24, 1930 (age 88)
Bob Menendez 1993–2006 13th (1954-01-01) January 1, 1954 (age 64)
Rob Andrews 1990–2014 1st (1957-08-04) August 4, 1957 (age 61)
William J. Martini 1995–1997 8th (1947-02-10) February 10, 1947 (age 71)
Michael J. Pappas 1997–1999 12th (1960-12-29) December 29, 1960 (age 57)
Steve Rothman 1997–2013 9th (1952-10-14) October 14, 1952 (age 65)
Rush D. Holt, Jr. 1999–2015 9th (1948-10-15) October 15, 1948 (age 69)
Mike Ferguson 2001–2009 7th (1970-07-22) July 22, 1970 (age 48)
Scott Garrett 2003–2017 5th (1959-07-09) July 9, 1959 (age 59)
Jon Runyan 2011–2015 3rd (1973-11-27) November 27, 1973 (age 44)

Key[edit]

Key to party colors and abbreviations for members of the U.S. Congress
American (Know Nothing) (K-N)
Adams (A),
Anti-Jacksonian (Anti-J),
National Republican (NR)
Anti-Administration (Anti-Admin)
Anti-Masonic (Anti-M)
Conservative (Con)
Democratic (D)
Dixiecrat (Dix),
States' rights (SR)
Democratic-Republican (D-R)
Farmer–Labor (FL)
Federalist (F)
Free Soil (FS)
Free Silver (FSv)
Fusion (FU)
Greenback (GB)
Jacksonian (J)
Nonpartisan League (NPL)
Nullifier (N)
Opposition (O)
Populist (Pop)
Pro-Administration (Pro-Admin)
Progressive (Prog)
Prohibition (Proh)
Readjuster (Rea)
Republican (R)
Socialist (Soc)
Unionist (U)
Whig (W)
Independent,
None,
or Unaffiliated

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d See Broad Seal War