List of members of the United States Congress from multiple states
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Multiple states in the House
Multiple states in the Senate
Only two Senators have represented more than one state.
- James Shields uniquely served terms in the US Senate for three states; representing Illinois (1849–55), Minnesota (1858–59), and 20 years later he was appointed by the State of Missouri for a term expiring in just six weeks (1879). He was also a Union General in the American Civil War. He was a Democrat.
- Waitman Thomas Willey was a Restored Government of Virginia Senator (1861–1863) who helped create West Virginia. He was then appointed as one of the new state's first two Senators (1863–1871). He was a Republican.
One state in the House, another in the Senate
|John Brown||Representative from Virginia (2nd district)||1789||1792||Democratic-Republican|
|Senator from Kentucky||1792||1805|
|Robert Harper||Representative from South Carolina (5th district)||1795||1801||Federalist|
|Senator from Maryland||1816||1816|
|William Claiborne||Representative from Tennessee (at-large)||1797||1801||Democratic-Republican|
|Senator from Louisiana||1817||1817|
|David Holmes||Representative from Virginia (2nd/4th districts)||1797||1809||Democratic-Republican|
|Senator from Mississippi||1820||1825|
|John Chandler||Representative from Massachusetts (17th district)||1805||1809||Democratic-Republican|
|Senator from Maine||1820||1829|
|William R. King||Representative from North Carolina (5th district)||1811||1816||Democratic-Republican|
|Senator from Alabama||1819||1844|
|John Holmes||Representative from Massachusetts (14th district)||1817||1820||Democratic-Republican|
|Senator from Maine||1820||1827|
|Sam Houston||Representative from Tennessee (7th)||1823||1827||Democratic-Republican|
|Senator from Texas||1846||1859||Democratic|
|William Gwin||Representative from Mississippi (at-large)||1841||1843||Democratic|
|Senator from California||1850||1855|
|Edward Baker||Representative from Illinois (7th district)||1845||1847||Whig|
|Representative from Illinois (6th district)||1849||1851|
|Senator from Oregon||1860||1861||Republican|
|James Lane||Representative from Indiana (4th district)||1853||1855||Republican|
|Senator from Kansas||1861||1866|
|J. Hamilton Lewis||Representative from Washington (at-large district)||1897||1899||Democratic|
|Senator from Illinois||1913||1919|
Territories and states
- James M. Cavanaugh – represented Minnesota (1858–59) as a Representative and then Montana Territory (1867–71) as a Delegate
- Stephen Benton Elkins – represented New Mexico Territory (1873–77) as a Delegate and later West Virginia (1895–1911) as a Senator
- John Noble Goodwin – represented Maine as a Representative (1861–63) and later Arizona Territory as a Delegate (1866–76). He was also first Governor of the Territory of Arizona.
- George Wallace Jones – was a Delegate from Michigan Territory (1835–37) until Michigan was created as a State. He continued representing the remaining renamed Wisconsin Territory as a Delegate (1837–39) Later after Iowa was carved from the Wisconsin Territory and ultimately admitted to the Union, he became one of the first Senators from Iowa (1848–59).