List of United States Representatives from Louisiana

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This is a list of members of the United States House of Representatives from Louisiana, updated June 2014.

Current members[edit]

Previous members[edit]

RepresentativeYearsPartyDistrictNotes
Joseph H. Acklen1878–1881Democratic3rd
Rodney AlexanderJanuary 3, 2003 – August 9, 2004Democratic5th
August 9, 2004 – September 26, 2013RepublicanResigned to become Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs
A. Leonard Allen1937–1953Democratic
James Benjamin Aswell1913–1931Democratic
Samuel T. Baird1897–1899Democratic
Richard Baker1987–2008Republican
W. Jasper Blackburn1868–1869Republican
Newton C. Blanchard1881–1894Democratic4th
Alexander Boarman1872–1873Liberal Republican4th
Charles J. Boatner1889–1897Democratic
Hale Boggs1941–1943Democratic2nd
1947–1972
Lindy Boggs1973–1991Democratic2nd
Pierre Bossier1843–1844Democratic4th
John Edward Bouligny1859–1861Know-Nothing1st
Charles BoustanyJanuary 3, 2005 – January 3, 2013Republican7th
January 3, 2013 – present3rdIncumbent
John Breaux1972–1987Democratic
Phanor Breazeale1899–1905Democratic4th
William Leigh Brent1823–1825Adams-Clay D-R3rd
1825–1829Anti-Jacksonian
Overton Brooks1937–1961Democratic4th
Robert F. Broussard1897–1915Democratic3rd
Charles F. Buck1895–1897Democratic2nd
Henry Adams Bullard1831–1834Anti-Jacksonian3rd
1850–1851Whig2nd
Thomas Butler1818–1821Democratic-Republican
Patrick T. Caffery1969–1973Democratic3rd
Joseph Cao2009–2011Republican2nd
Don Cazayoux2008–2009Democratic
Thomas Withers Chinn1839–1841Whig2nd
Hamilton D. Coleman1889–1891Republican2nd
Charles Magill Conrad1849–1850Whig2nd
John Cooksey1997–2003Republican
Chester Bidwell Darrall1869–1878Republican3rd
1881–1883
Robert C. Davey1893–1895Democratic2nd
1897–1908
Thomas G. Davidson1855–1861Democratic3rd
John Bennett Dawson1841–1843Democratic2nd
1843–18453rd
René L. De Rouen1927–1941Democratic
Cleveland Dear1933–1937Democratic
James R. DomengeauxJanuary 3, 1941 – April 15, 1944Democratic3rdResigned to join the Armed Forces
November 7, 1944 – January 3, 1949
William Dunbar1853–1855Democratic1st
H. Garland Dupré1910–1924Democratic2nd
Edwin Edwards1965–1972Democratic
Joseph Barton Elam1877–1881Democratic4th
James Walter Elder1913–1915Democratic
E. John Ellis1875–1885Democratic2nd
Albert Estopinal1908–1919Democratic1st
George Eustis Jr.1855–1859Know-Nothing1st
George K. Favrot1907–1909
1921–1925
Democratic
Joachim O. Fernandez1931–1941Democratic1st
Cleo Fields1993–1997Democratic4th
Benjamin Flanders1862–1863Unionist1st
John FlemingJanuary 3, 2009 – presentRepublican4thIncumbent
Rice Garland1834–1837Anti-Jacksonian3rd
1837–1840Whig
Edward J. Gay1885–1889Democratic3rd
Randall L. Gibson1875–1883Democratic1st
Samuel Louis Gilmore1909–1910Democratic2nd
John K. Griffith1937–1941Democratic
Henry Hosford Gurley1823–1825Adams-Clay D-R2nd
1825–1829Adams
1825–1831Anti-Jacksonian
Michael Hahn1862–1863Unionist2nd
1885–1886Republican
John H. Harmanson1845–1850Democratic3rd
Jimmy Hayes1987–1995Democratic
1995–1997Republican
F. Edward Hébert1941–1977Democratic1st
Clyde C. Holloway1987–1993Republican
Jerry Huckaby1977–1993Democratic
Carleton Hunt1883–1885Democratic1st
Theodore Gaillard Hunt1853–1855Whig2nd
Alfred Briggs Irion1885–1887Democratic
William J. Jefferson1991–2009Democratic2nd
Bobby Jindal2005–2008Republican1st
Chris John1997–2005Democratic
Henry Johnson ??, 1834–1837Anti-Jacksonian1st
1837–1839Whig
Josiah S. Johnston1821–1823Democratic-Republican
Roland Jones1853–1855Democratic4th
William P. Kellogg1883–1885Republican3rd
Bolivar E. Kemp1925–1933Democratic
J. Floyd King1879–1887Democratic
Alcée Louis la Branche1843–1845Democratic2nd
Emile La Sére1846–1851Democratic1st
Matthew D. Lagan1887–1889Democratic2nd
1891–1893
John M. Landrum1859–1861Democratic4th
Jeff Landry2011–2013Republican3rd
Joseph Aristide Landry1851–1853Whig2nd
Henry D. Larcade, Jr.1943–1953Democratic
Effingham Lawrence1875Democratic1st
Ladislas Lazaro1913–1927Democratic
Claude Leach1979–1981Democratic4th
John E. Leonard1877–1878Republican
William M. Levy1875–1877Democratic4th
Edward T. Lewis1883–1885Democratic
Bob Livingston1977–1999Republican1st
Edward Livingston1823–1825Jacksonian D-R1st
1825–1829Jacksonian
Catherine S. Long1985–1987Democratic
George S. Long1953–1958Democratic
Gillis W. Long1963–1965
1973–1985
Democratic
Speedy O. Long1965–1973Democratic
Paul H. Maloney1931–1940Democratic2nd
1943–1947
James Mann1868Democratic2nd
Whitmell P. Martin1915–1919Progressive3rd
1919–1929Democratic
James McCleery1871Republican4th
Jim McCrery1988–1993Republican4th
1993–19975th
1997–20094th
Charles E. McKenzie1943–1947Democratic
Harold B. McSween1959–1963Democratic
Charlie Melancon2005–2011Democratic3rd
Adolph Meyer1891–1908Democratic1st
Newt V. Mills1937–1943Democratic
Numa F. Montet1929–1937Democratic3rd
Henson Moore1975–1987Republican
John Moore1840–1843Whig3rd
1851–18534th
Frank Morey1869–1876Republican
Lewis L. Morgan1912–1917Democratic
James H. Morrison1943–1967Democratic
Isaac Edward Morse1844–1851Democratic4th
Robert L. Mouton1937–1941Democratic3rd
Charles E. Nash1875–1877Republican
Joseph P. Newsham1868–1869Republican3rd
1870–18714th
Cherubusco Newton1887–1889Democratic
James O'Connor1919–1931Democratic1st
Henry W. Ogden1894–1899Democratic4th
John H. Overton1931–1933Democratic
Walter Hampden Overton1829–1831Jacksonian3rd
Otto Passman1947–1977Democratic
Alexander G. Penn1850–1853Democratic3rd
John Perkins, Jr.1853–1855Democratic3rd
Vance Plauche1941–1943Democratic
Andrew Price1889–1897Democratic3rd
Arsène Pujo1903–1913Democratic
Joseph E. Ransdell1899–1913Democratic
John Rarick1967–1975Democratic
Cedric RichmondJanuary 3, 2011 – presentDemocratic2ndIncumbent
Eleazar W. Ripley1835–1837Jacksonian2nd
1837–1839Democratic
Edward White Robertson1877–1883
1887
Democratic
Samuel Matthews Robertson1887–1907Democratic
Thomas B. Robertson1812–1818Democratic-Republican
Buddy Roemer1981–1988Democratic4th
Jared Y. Sanders, Jr.1934–1937
1941–1943
Democratic
Jared Y. Sanders, Sr.1917–1921Democratic
John M. Sandidge1855–1859Democratic4th
John N. Sandlin1921–1937Democratic4th
Steve ScaliseMay 3, 2008 – presentRepublican1stIncumbent
Lionel Allen Sheldon1869–1875Republican2nd
George A. Sheridan1873–1875Liberal Republican
John Slidell1843–1845Democratic1st
George Luke Smith1873–1875Republican4th
James Z. Spearing1924–1931Democratic2nd
William B. Spencer1876–1877Democratic
Louis St. Martin1851–1853Democratic1st
1885–1887
J. Hale Sypher1868–1875Republican1st
Billy Tauzin1980–1995Democratic3rd
1995–2005Republican
Miles Taylor1855–1861Democratic2nd
Bannon G. Thibodeaux1845–1849Democratic2nd
Philemon Thomas1831–1835Jacksonian2nd
T. Ashton Thompson1953–1965Democratic
Richard A. Tonry1977Democratic1st
David C. Treen1973–1980Republican3rd
Michel Vidal1868–1869Republican4th
David Vitter1999–2005Republican1st
Joe Waggonner1961–1979Democratic4th
Nathaniel D. Wallace1886–1887Democratic2nd
John T. Watkins1905–1921Democratic4th
Edward D. White, Sr.1829–1834Anti-Jacksonian1st
1839–1843Whig
Robert Charles Wickliffe1909–1912Democratic
Theodore S. Wilkinson1887–1891Democratic1st
Edwin E. Willis1949–1969Democratic3rd
Riley J. Wilson1915–1937Democratic
J. Smith Young1878–1879Democratic

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