Composition of Congress, by Political Party Affiliation--States: 1989 to 1995


[Figures are for the beginning of the first session (as of January 3). Dem.= Democratic; Rep.= Republican]

 
                                     REPRESENTATIVES                                    SENATORS
                         -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                        |101st       102d       103rd      104th     | 101st     102d      103rd     104th
                        |Cong.,(1)   Cong.,(2)  Cong.,(2)  Cong.,(2) | Cong.,    Cong.,    Cong.,    Cong., 
                        |1989        1991       1993       1995      | 1989      1991      1993      1995
REGION, DIVISION,       |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AND STATE               |Dem. Rep.   Dem. Rep.  Dem. Rep.  Dem. Rep.   Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
U.S. ............        259  174    267  167   258  176   204  230     55   45   56   44   57   43   48   52
 West............         45   40     48   37    55   38    40   53     10   16   10   16   11   15   10   16
  Mountain ......          9   15     11   13    11   13     6   18      6   10    6   10    6   10    5   11
   MT............          1    1      1    1     1    -     1    -      1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1 
   ID............          1    1      2    -     1    1     -    2      -    2    -    2    -    2    -    2 
   WY............          -    1      -    1     -    1     -    1      -    2    -    2    -    2    -    2 
   CO............          3    3      3    3     2    4     2    4      1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1
   NM............          1    2      1    2     1    2     1    2      1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1 
   AZ............          1    4      1    4     3    3     1    5      1    1    1    1    1    1    -    2
   UT............          1    2      2    1     2    1     1    2      -    2    -    2    -    2    -    2 
   NV............          1    1      1    1     1    1     -    2      2    -    2    -    2    -    2    -
 


Notes: --Represents zero. (1)Alabama and Indiana had one vacancy each. (2)Vermont had one Independent-Socialist Representative.

Source: Table No. 442 of the Statistical Abstract of the United States: 1995 on CenStat located at the U.S. Bureau of the Census web site.

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