Georgia became a U.S. state in 1788, which allowed it to send congressional delegations to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives beginning with the 1st United States Congress in 1789. Each state elects two senators to serve for six years, and members of the House to two-year terms.
These are tables of congressional delegations from Georgia to the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives.
|Current U.S. senators from Georgia|
|Class II senator||Class III senator|
|Incumbent since||January 20, 2021||January 20, 2021|
|Current U.S. representatives from Georgia|
|Republican||January 3, 2015||R+9|
|Democratic||January 3, 1993||D+3|
|Republican||January 3, 2017||R+18|
|Democratic||January 3, 2007||D+27|
|Democratic||January 3, 2021||D+32|
|Republican||January 3, 2023||R+11|
|Democratic||January 3, 2019||D+10|
|Republican||January 3, 2011||R+16|
|Republican||January 3, 2021||R+22|
|Republican||January 3, 2023||R+15|
|Republican||January 3, 2015||R+11|
|Republican||January 3, 2015||R+8|
|Democratic||January 3, 2003||D+28|
Marjorie Taylor Greene
|Republican||January 3, 2021||R+22|
United States Senate
|Class II senator||Congress||Class III senator|
|William Few (AA)||1st (1789–1791)||James Gunn (AA)|
|James Jackson (AA)||3rd (1793–1795)|
|James Jackson (DR)||4th (1795–1797)||James Gunn (F)|
|George Walton (F)|
|Josiah Tattnall (DR)|
|Abraham Baldwin (DR)||6th (1799–1801)|
|7th (1801–1803)||James Jackson (DR)|
|John Milledge (DR)|
|George Jones (DR)|
|William H. Crawford (DR)|
|Charles Tait (DR)|
|William Bellinger Bulloch (DR)|
|William Wyatt Bibb (DR)|
|George Troup (DR)|
|John Forsyth (DR)|
|Freeman Walker (DR)||16th (1819–1821)||John Elliott (DR)|
|Nicholas Ware (DR)|
|Thomas W. Cobb (DR)|
|Thomas W. Cobb (J)||19th (1825–1827)||John M. Berrien (J)|
|Oliver H. Prince (J)|
|George Troup (J)||21st (1829–1831)||vacant|
|John Forsyth (J)|
|John Pendleton King (J)||23rd (1833–1835)|
|24th (1835–1837)||Alfred Cuthbert (J)|
|John Pendleton King (D)||25th (1837–1839)||Alfred Cuthbert (D)|
|Wilson Lumpkin (D)|
|John M. Berrien (W)||27th (1841–1843)|
|28th (1843–1845)||Walter T. Colquitt (D)|
|Herschel Vespasian Johnson (D)|
|31st (1849–1851)||William Crosby Dawson (W)|
|Robert M. Charlton (D)|
|Robert Toombs (W)||33rd (1853–1855)|
|34th (1855–1857)||Alfred Iverson Sr. (D)|
|Homer V. M. Miller (D)||Joshua Hill (R)|
|Thomas M. Norwood (D)||42nd (1871–1873)|
|43rd (1873–1875)||John Brown Gordon (D)|
|Benjamin Harvey Hill (D)||45th (1877–1879)|
|Joseph E. Brown (D)|
|Middleton P. Barrow (D)|
|Alfred H. Colquitt (D)||48th (1883–1885)|
|52nd (1891–1893)||John Brown Gordon (D)|
|Patrick Walsh (D)|
|Augustus Octavius Bacon (D)||54th (1895–1897)|
|55th (1897–1899)||Alexander S. Clay (D)|
|Joseph M. Terrell (D)|
|M. Hoke Smith (D)|
|William Stanley West (D)|
|Thomas W. Hardwick (D)|
|William J. Harris (D)||66th (1919–1921)|
|67th (1921–1923)||Thomas E. Watson (D)|
|Rebecca Latimer Felton (D)|
|Walter F. George (D)|
|John S. Cohen (D)|
|Richard Russell Jr. (D)|
|85th (1957–1959)||Herman Talmadge (D)|
|David H. Gambrell (D)|
|Sam Nunn (D)|
|97th (1981–1983)||Mack Mattingly (R)|
|100th (1987–1989)||Wyche Fowler (D)|
|103rd (1993–1995)||Paul Coverdell (R)|
|Max Cleland (D)||105th (1997–1999)|
|Zell Miller (D)|
|Saxby Chambliss (R)||108th (2003–2005)|
|109th (2005–2007)||Johnny Isakson (R)|
|David Perdue (R)||114th (2015–2017)|
|Kelly Loeffler (R)|
|Jon Ossoff (D)||117th (2021–2023)|
|Raphael Warnock (D)|
United States House of Representatives
1789–1793: 3 districts
In the inaugural U.S. Congress, Georgia was apportioned 3 seats as per Article I of the U.S. constitution. Georgia elected the members district wise.
|1st (1789–1791)||James Jackson (AA)||Abraham Baldwin (AA)||George Mathews (AA)|
|2nd (1791–1793)||Anthony Wayne (AA)||Francis Willis (AA)|
|John Milledge (AA)|
1793–1827: at-large seats
Following 1790 census, Georgia was apportioned two seats. Following 1800 census, Georgia was apportioned four seats, then 6 seats following 1810 census, and seven seats following 1820 census. From 1793 to 1827 all such seats were elected at-large statewide on a general ticket.
1827–1829: 7 districts
In 1827, Georgia's seven seats were redistricted into seven districts.
|Charles Eaton Haynes (J)||John Floyd (J)||Tomlinson Fort (J)||Edward Fenwick Tattnall (J)||John Forsyth (J)||Wiley Thompson (J)||Wilson Lumpkin (J)|
|George Rockingham Gilmer (J)||Richard Henry Wilde (J)|
1829–1845: at-large seats
In 1829, Georgia eliminated the districts and all seats were elected at-large statewide on a general ticket. Following 1830 census, Georgia was apportioned nine seats and following the 1840 census eight seats.
1845–1863: 8 districts
In 1845, Georgia's eight seats were redistricted into eight districts.
1863–1873: 7 districts
Following 1860 census, Georgia was apportioned seven seats.
|American Civil War|
|Joseph W. Clift (R)||Nelson Tift (D)||William P. Edwards (R)||Samuel F. Gove (R)||Charles H. Prince (R)||vacant||Pierce M. B. Young (D)|
|William W. Paine (D)||Richard H. Whiteley (R)||Marion Bethune (R)||Jefferson F. Long (R)||Stephen A. Corker (D)||William P. Price (D)||Pierce M. B. Young (D)|
|Archibald T. MacIntyre (D)||John S. Bigby (R)||Thomas J. Speer (R)||Dudley M. DuBose (D)|
|Erasmus W. Beck (D)|
1873–1883: 9 districts
Following 1870 census, Georgia was apportioned nine seats.
|Morgan Rawls (D)||Richard H. Whiteley (R)||Philip Cook (D)||Henry R. Harris (D)||James C. Freeman (R)||James Henderson
|Pierce M. B. Young (D)||Alexander H.
|Hiram Parks Bell (D)|
|Andrew Sloan (R)|
|Julian Hartridge (D)||William Ephraim
|Milton A. Candler (D)||William Harrell
|Benjamin Harvey Hill (D)|
|Hiram Parks Bell (D)|
|William Bennett Fleming (D)|
|John C. Nicholls (D)||Henry Persons (ID)||Nathaniel Job
|Emory Speer (ID)|
|George Robison Black (D)||Henry Gray Turner (D)||Hugh Buchanan (D)||Judson C. Clements (D)|
|Seaborn Reese (D)|
1883–1893: 10 districts
|48th (1883–1885)||John C. Nicholls (D)||Henry Gray
|Hugh Buchanan (D)||Nathaniel Job
|Seaborn Reese (D)||Allen D. Candler (D)||Thomas Hardeman (D)|
|49th (1885–1887)||Thomas M.
|Henry R. Harris (D)||10th|
|George Barnes (D)|
|John D. Stewart (D)||Henry Hull|
|51st (1889–1891)||Rufus E. Lester (D)|
|52nd (1891–1893)||Charles L. Moses (D)||Leonidas Livingston (D)||Robert W. Everett (D)||Thomas G. Lawson (D)||Thomas E. Winn (D)||Thomas E. Watson (Pop)|
1893–1913: 11 districts
Following 1890 census, Georgia was apportioned 11 seats.
|53rd (1893–1895)||Rufus E. Lester (D)||Benjamin E.
|James C. C.
|Charles R. Crisp (D)|
|55th (1897–1899)||James M.
|Elijah B. Lewis (D)||William C.
|58th (1903–1905)||Thomas W.|
|J. W. Overstreet (D)|
|60th (1907–1909)||Charles Gordon|
|61st (1909–1911)||Dudley Mays|
|62nd (1911–1913)||William S.
1913–1933: 12 districts
Following 1910 census, Georgia was apportioned 12 seats.
|63rd (1913–1915)||Charles Gordon
|Frank Park (D)||Carl|
|64th (1915–1917)||James W. Wise (D)|
Rucker Jr. (D)
|65th (1917–1919)||James W.
|66th (1919–1921)||William David
|68th (1923–1925)||R. Lee Moore (D)|
|69th (1925–1927)||Charles Gordon
|70th (1927–1929)||Leslie Jasper
|72nd (1931–1933)||John Stephens|
|Homer C. Parker (D)||Bryant
|Carlton Mobley (D)|
1933–1993: 10 districts
Following 1930 census, Georgia was apportioned 10 seats.
1993–2003: 11 districts
Following 1990 census, Georgia was apportioned 11 seats.
|Buddy Darden (D)||J. Roy Rowland (D)||Nathan Deal (D)||Don Johnson (D)||Cynthia|
|104th (1995–1997)||Bob Barr (R)||Saxby
|Nathan Deal (R)||Charlie|
2003–2013: 13 districts
Following 2000 census, Georgia was apportioned 13 seats.
|Denise Majette (D)||John
|Johnny Isakson (R)||John
|Mac Collins (R)||Charlie
|Max Burns (R)||David|
|109th (2005–2007)||Cynthia McKinney (D)||Tom
|Lynn Westmoreland (R)||John|
|Charlie Norwood (R)|
2013–present: 14 districts
Following 2010 census, Georgia was apportioned 14 seats.
|Karen Handel (R)|
|Kwanza Hall (D)|
|Independent Democrat (ID)|
|Know Nothing (KN)|
|National Republican (NR)|
- List of United States congressional districts
- Georgia's congressional districts
- Political party strength in Georgia
- Supported the Crawford faction in the 1824 United States presidential election.
- "2022 Cook PVI℠: State Map and List". Cook Political Report. Retrieved 2023-01-05.
- "Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives". clerk.house.gov. Retrieved 2022-01-06.
- "2022 Cook PVI℠: District Map and List". Cook Political Report. Retrieved 2023-01-05.