List of United States Representatives from Oklahoma

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This is a complete list of people who have served as Members of the United States House of Representatives from Oklahoma through the start of the 113th Congress. It can be expanded and updated. Missing data can be located and entered.

Current members[edit]

Chronological list of Delegates and Representatives[edit]

(by first term of office)

Representative Party District Years District home Note
David Archibald Harvey Republican Territory 1890–1893 Lost re-election
Dennis Thomas Flynn Republican Territory 1893–1897 Lost re-election
1899–1903 Declined nomination
James Yancy Callahan Free Silver Territory 1897–1899 Retired
Bird Segle McGuire Republican Territory 1903–1907 Statehood
1st 1907–1915 Retired
Elmer L. Fulton Democratic 2nd 1907–1909 Lost re-election
James S. Davenport Democratic 3rd 1907–1909 Lost re-election
1911–1915 Redistricting
1st 1915–1917 Lost re-election
Charles D. Carter Democratic 4th 1907–1915 Redistricting
3rd 1915–1927 Lost primary
Scott Ferris Democratic 5th 1907–1915 Redistricting
6th 1915–1921 Ran for U.S. Senate (lost)
Dick T. Morgan Republican 2nd 1909–1915 Redistricting
8th 1915–1920 Died
Charles E. Creager Republican 3rd 1909–1911 Lost re-election
William H. Murray Democratic At Large 1913–1915 Redistricting
4th 1915–1917 Lost primary; later, 9th Governor (1931–1935)
Joseph Bryan Thompson Democratic At-Large 1913–1915 Redistricting
5th 1915–1919 Died
Claude Weaver Democratic At-Large 1913–1915 Lost primary
James V. McClintic Democratic 7th 1915–1935 Lost primary
William Wirt Hastings Democratic 2nd 1915–1921 Lost general
1923–1935 Retired
Thomas Alberter Chandler Republican 1st 1917–1919 Lost re-election
1921–1923 Lost re-election
Tom D. McKeown Democratic 4th 1917–1921 Lost re-election
1923–1935 Lost primary
Everette B. Howard Democratic 1st 1919–1921 Lost re-election
1923–1925 Ran for U.S. Senate (lost)
1927–1929 Lost re-election
John W. Harreld Republican 5th 1919–1921 U.S. Senator (1921–1927)
Charles Swindall Republican 8th 1920–1921 Lost primary
Alice Mary Robertson Republican 2nd 1921–1923 Lost general
Joseph C. Pringey Republican 4th 1921–1923 Lost re-election
Fletcher B. Swank Democratic 5th 1921–1929 Lost general
1931–1935 Lost primary
L. M. Gensman Republican 6th 1921–1923 Lost re-election
Manuel Herrick Republican 8th 1921–1923 Lost primary
J. W. Elmer Thomas Democratic 6th 1923–1927 U.S. Senator (1927–1951)
Milton C. Garber Republican 8th 1923–1933 Lost re-election
Samuel J. Montgomery Republican 1st 1925–1927 Lost re-election
Wilburn Cartwright Democratic 3rd 1927–1943 Lost primary
Jed Johnson Democratic 6th 1927–1947 Lost primary
Father of Jed Johnson, Jr., U.S. Representative
Charles O'Connor Republican 1st 1929–1931 Lost re-election
Ulysses S. Stone Republican 5th 1929–1931 Lost re-election
Wesley E. Disney Democratic 1st 1931–1945 Ran for U.S. Senate (lost)
Ernest W. Marland Democratic 8th 1933–1935 10th Governor of Oklahoma (1935–1939)
Will Rogers Democratic At-Large 1933–1943 Retired
John Conover Nichols Democratic 2nd 1935–1943 Resigned to become VP of TWA
Percy Lee Gassaway Democratic 4th 1935–1937 Lost primary
Joshua B. Lee Democratic 5th 1935–1937 U.S. Senator (1937–1943)
Sam C. Massingale Democratic 7th 1935–1941 Died
Phil Ferguson Democratic 8th 1935–1941 Lost re-election
Robert Potter Hill Democratic 5th 1937 Died
Gomer Griffith Smith Democratic 5th 1937–1939 Ran for U.S. Senate (lost)
Lyle Boren Democratic 4th 1937–1947 Lost primary
Father of David Boren, 21st Governor & U.S. Senator
Grandfather of Dan Boren, U.S. Representative
A. S. Mike Monroney Democratic 5th 1939–1951 U.S. Senator (1951–1969)
Victor Wickersham Democratic 6th 1941–1947 Lost primary
1949–1953 Redistricted
7th 1953–1957 Lost primary
1961–1965 Lost primary
Ross Rizley Republican 8th 1941–1949 Ran for U.S. Senate (lost)
Paul Stewart Democratic 3rd 1943–1947 Retired
William G. Stigler Democratic 2nd 1944–1952 Died
George B. Schwabe Republican 1st 1945–1949 Lost general
1951–1952 Died
Carl Albert Democratic 3rd 1947–1977 Retired
Glen D. Johnson Democratic 4th 1947–1949 Ran for U.S. Senate (lost)
Toby Morris Democratic 6th 1947–1953 Lost primary
1957–1961 Lost primary
Preston E. Peden Democratic 7th 1947–1949 Lost primary
Dixie Gilmer Democratic 1st 1949–1951 Lost re-election
Tom Steed Democratic 4th 1949–1981 Retired
George H. Wilson Democratic 8th 1949–1951 Lost re-election
John Jarman Democratic 5th 1951–1975 Switched parties
Republican 5th 1975–1977 Retired
Page Belcher Republican 8th 1951–1953 Redistricted
1st 1953–1973 Retired
Ed Edmondson Democratic 2nd 1953–1973 Ran for U.S. Senate (lost)
Jed Johnson, Jr. Democratic 6th 1965–1967 Lost re-election
James Vernon Smith Republican 6th 1967–1969 Lost general (redistricting)
John Newbold Camp Republican 6th 1969–1975 Lost general
James Robert Jones Democratic 1st 1973–1987 Ran for U.S. Senate (lost)
Clem McSpadden Democratic 2nd 1973–1975 Ran for governor (lost)
Ted Risenhoover Democratic 2nd 1975–1979 Lost primary
Glenn English Democratic 6th 1975–1994 Resigned to become CEO of the NRECA
Wes Watkins Democratic 3rd 1977–1991 Stillwater Ran for governor (lost)
Republican 1997–2003 Retired
Mickey Edwards Republican 5th 1977–1993 Lost primary
Mike Synar Democratic 2nd 1979–1995 Lost primary
Dave McCurdy Democratic 4th 1981–1995 Ran for U.S. Senate (lost)
James Inhofe Republican 1st 1987–1994 U.S. Senator since 1994
William K. Brewster Democratic 3rd 1991–1997 Retired
Ernest Istook Republican 5th 1993–2007 Warr Acres Ran for governor (lost)
Steve Largent Republican 1st 1994–2002 Resigned to run for governor (lost)
Frank Lucas Republican 6th 1994–2003 Cheyenne Redistricted
3rd 2003–present Incumbent
Tom Coburn Republican 2nd 1995–2001 U.S. Senator since 2005
J. C. Watts Republican 4th 1995–2003 Retired
Brad Carson Democratic 2nd 2001–2005 Ran for U.S. Senate (lost)
John Sullivan Republican 1st 2002–2013 Tulsa
Tom Cole Republican 4th 2003–present Moore Incumbent
Dan Boren Democratic 2nd 2005–2013 Muskogee
Mary Fallin Republican 5th 2007–2011 27th Governor of Oklahoma since 2011
James Lankford Republican 5th 2011–present Incumbent
Jim Bridenstine Republican 1st 2013–present Incumbent
Markwayne Mullin Republican 2nd 2013–present Incumbent

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

As of April 2015, there are seventeen former members of the U.S. House of Representatives from the U.S. State of Oklahoma who are currently living at this time.

Representative Term of office District Date of birth (and age)
James R. Jones 1973–1987 1st (1939-05-05) May 5, 1939 (age 76)
Glenn English 1975–1994 6th (1940-11-30) November 30, 1940 (age 74)
Wes Watkins 1977–1991
3rd (1938-12-15) December 15, 1938 (age 76)
Mickey Edwards 1977–1993 5th (1937-07-12) July 12, 1937 (age 77)
Dave McCurdy 1981–1995 4th (1950-03-30) March 30, 1950 (age 65)
Jim Inhofe 1987–1994 1st (1934-11-17) November 17, 1934 (age 80)
William K. Brewster 1991–1997 3rd (1941-11-08) November 8, 1941 (age 73)
Ernest Istook 1993–2007 5th (1950-02-11) February 11, 1950 (age 65)
Steve Largent 1994–2002 1st (1954-09-28) September 28, 1954 (age 60)
Tom Coburn 1995–2001 2nd (1948-03-14) March 14, 1948 (age 67)
J. C. Watts 1995–2003 4th (1957-11-18) November 18, 1957 (age 57)
Brad Carson 2001–2005 2nd (1967-03-11) March 11, 1967 (age 48)
John Sullivan 2002–2013 1st (1965-01-01) January 1, 1965 (age 50)
Dan Boren 2005–2013 2nd (1973-08-02) August 2, 1973 (age 41)
Mary Fallin 2007–2011 5th (1954-12-09) December 9, 1954 (age 60)
James Lankford 2011–2015 5th (1968-03-04) March 4, 1968 (age 47)