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The Ninety-third United States Congress was a meeting of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, composed of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives. It met in Washington, DCmarker from January 3, 1973 to January 3, 1975, during the end of Richard Nixon's presidency, and the beginning of Gerald Ford's. The apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives was based on the Nineteenth Census of the United States in 1970. Both chambers had a Democratic majority.

Major events



Hearings



Major legislation



Party summary

Senate

Membership changed with eight resignations.
Affiliation         Total   Notes
Democratic Independent Democratic Republican Conservative Vacant
Members

(shading indicates

majority caucus)


Begin (1973-01-03) 56 1 42 1 100 0
1974-01-03 41 99 1 William B. Saxbe (R) resigned
1974-01-04 57 100 0 Howard Metzenbaum (D) took Saxbe's seat
1974-12-17 56 99 1 Alan Bible (D) resigned
1974-12-18 42 100 0 Paul Laxalt (R) took Bible's seat
1974-12-20 41 99 1 Wallace F. Bennett (R) resigned
1974-12-21 42 100 0 Jake Garn (R) took Bennett's seat
1974-12-23 55 99 1 Howard Metzenbaum (D) resigned
1974-12-24 56 100 0 John Glenn (D) took Metzenbaum's seat
1974-12-27 41 99 1 Marlow Cook (R) resigned
1974-12-28 57 100 0 Wendell H. Ford (D) took Cook's seat
1974-12-31 56 40 98 2 Norris Cotton (R), Edward J. Gurney (R), and J. William Fulbright (D) resigned; Louis C. Wyman (R) took Cotton's seat
1975-01-01 57 99 1 Richard Stone (D) took Gurney's seat
Latest voting share 58.6% 40.4% 1.0%
Notes Caucused with the Democrats


House of Representatives

Affiliation     Total   Notes
Democratic Republican Vacant
Members

(shading indicates

majority caucus)
Begin (1973-01-03) 240 192 432 3 Nick Begich (D), Hale Boggs (D), and George W. Collins (D) died before the Congress began. Joe Moakley was elected as an Independent Democrat but changed to Democratic before the Congress began.
March 6, 1973 193 433 2 Don Young (R) took Begich's seat.
March 20, 1973 241 434 1 Lindy Boggs (D) took Hale Boggs's seat.
May 24, 1973 192 433 2 William Mills (R) died.
June 5, 1973 242 434 1 Cardiss Collins (D) took George Collins's seat.
August 21, 1973 193 435 0 Robert Bauman (R) took Mills's seat.
October 28, 1973 192 434 1 John Saylor (R) died.
December 6, 1973 191 433 2 Gerald Ford (R) resigned.
January 1, 1974 190 432 3 Charles Teague (R) died.
January 3, 1974 189 431 4 William Keating (R) resigned.
January 31, 1974 188 430 5 James Harvey (R) resigned.

1974-02-05 243 431 4 John Murtha (D) took Saylor's seat.
February 18, 1974 244 432 3 Richard VanderVeen (D) took Ford's seat.
March 5, 1974 245 433 2 William Mailliard (R) resigned, Robert Lagomarsino (R) took Teague's seat, and Tom Luken (D) took Keating's seat.
1974-04-23 246 434 1 Bob Traxler (D) took Harvey's seat.
1974-06-04 247 435 0 John Burton (D) took Mailliard's seat.
December 31, 1974 245 187 432 3 William Minshall (R), Edith S. Green (D), and Frank M. Clark (D) resigned.
Latest voting share 56.7% 43.3%


Leadership



Senate



Majority (Democratic) leadership



Minority (Republican) leadership



House of Representatives



Majority (Democratic) leadership



Minority (Republican) leadership



Members

This list is arranged by chamber, then by state. Senators are listed in order of seniority, and Representatives are listed by district.

Senate

Senators are popularly elected statewide every two years, with one-third beginning new six year terms with each Congress. Preceding the names in the list below are Senate class numbers, which indicate the cycle of their election. In this Congress, Class 1 means their term began in the last Congress, requiring reelection in 1976; Class 2 means their term began with this Congress, requiring reelection in 1978; and Class 3 means their term ended with this Congress, requiring reelection in 1974.

Alabama



Alaska



Arizona



Arkansas



California



Colorado



Connecticut



Delaware



Florida



Georgia



Hawaii



Idaho



Illinois



Indiana



Iowa



Kansas



Kentucky



Louisiana



Maine



Maryland



Massachusetts



Michigan



Minnesota



Mississippi



Missouri



Montana



Nebraska



Nevada



New Hampshire



New Jersey



New Mexico



New York



North Carolina



North Dakota



Ohio



Oklahoma



Oregon



Pennsylvania



Rhode Island



South Carolina



South Dakota



Tennessee



Texas



Utah



Vermont



Virginia



Washington



West Virginia



Wisconsin



Wyoming



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House of Representatives

The names of members of the House of Representatives elected statewide at-large,are preceded by an "A/L," and the names of those elected from districts are preceded by their district numbers.

Many of the congressional district numbers are linked to articles describing the district itself. Since the boundaries of the districts have changed often and substantially, the linked article may only describe the district as it exists today, and not as it was at the time of this Congress.

Alabama



Alaska

  • . Vacant, until March 6, 1973
House seats by party holding plurality in state


Arizona



Arkansas



California



Colorado



Connecticut



Delaware



Florida



Georgia



Hawaii



Idaho



Illinois



Indiana



Iowa



Kansas



Kentucky



Louisiana



Maine



Maryland



Massachusetts



Michigan



Minnesota



Mississippi



Missouri



Montana



Nebraska



Nevada



New Hampshire



New Jersey



New Mexico



New York



North Carolina



North Dakota



Ohio



Oklahoma



Oregon



Pennsylvania



Rhode Island



South Carolina



South Dakota



Tennessee



Texas



Utah



Vermont



Virginia



Washington



West Virginia



Wisconsin



Wyoming



Non-voting members



Changes in membership

Senate



House of Representatives

There were three deaths, seven resignations, and three vacancies before this Congress began.



Employees



Senate



House of Representatives



See also

Elections



References



External links



State
Vacator
Reason for Vacancy
Successor
Date of Successor's Installation
Ohio
William B. Saxbe (R)
Resigned 1974-01-03 to become Attorney General
Howard Metzenbaum (D)
Appointed 1974-01-04
Nevada
Alan Bible (D)
Resigned 1974-12-17
Paul Laxalt (R)
Appointed 1974-12-18, having already been elected to the seat
Utah
Wallace F. Bennett (R)
Resigned 1974-12-20
Jake Garn (R)
Appointed 1974-12-21, having already been elected to the seat
Ohio
Howard Metzenbaum (D)
Resigned 1974-12-23
John Glenn (D)
Appointed 1974-12-24, having already been elected to the seat
Kentucky
Marlow Cook (R)
Resigned 1974-12-27, to give successor preferential seniority
Wendell H. Ford (D)
Appointed 1974-12-28, having already been elected to the seat
New Hampshire
Norris Cotton (R)
Resigned 1974-12-31
Louis C. Wyman (R)
Appointed 1974-12-31, having already been elected to the seat
Florida
Edward J. Gurney (R)
Resigned 1974-12-31, in an influence peddling scandal
Richard Stone (D)
Appointed 1975-01-01, having already been elected to the seat
Arkansas
J. William Fulbright (D)
Resigned 1974-12-31
Vacant until next Congress
District
Vacator
Reason for Vacancy
Successor
Date of successor's taking office
None
Nick Begich (D) and Hale Boggs (D) were lost in a plane crash on October 16, 1972, re-elected posthumously, and were declared dead before the new Congress convened.
Don Young (R)
March 6, 1973
Lindy Boggs (D)
March 20, 1973
George W. Collins (D), died December 8, 1972, before the Congress began
Cardiss Collins (D)
June 5, 1973
William Mills (R)
Committed suicide May 24, 1973
Robert Bauman (R)
August 21, 1973
John Saylor (R)
Died October 28, 1973
John Murtha (D)
February 5, 1974
Gerald Ford (R)
Resigned December 6, 1973 to become Vice President
Richard VanderVeen (D)
February 18, 1974
Charles Teague (R)
Died January 1, 1974
Robert Lagomarsino (R)
1974-03-05
William Keating (R)
Resigned January 3, 1974
Tom Luken (D)
March 5, 1974
James Harvey (R)
Resigned January 31, 1974
Bob Traxler (D)
1974-04-23
William Mailliard (R)
Resigned March 5, 1974
John Burton (D)
1974-06-04
Frank Stubblefield (D)
Resigned December 31, 1974
Remained vacant until next Congress
Harold Donohue (D)
Resigned December 31, 1974
Remained vacant until next Congress
Louis C. Wyman (R)
Resigned December 31, 1974 after being appointed to the US Senate
Remained vacant until next Congress
William B. Widnall (R)
Resigned December 31, 1974
Remained vacant until next Congress
John J. Rooney (D)
Resigned December 31, 1974
Remained vacant until next Congress
Hugh L. Carey (D)
Resigned December 31, 1974
Remained vacant until next Congress
Carleton J. King (R)
Resigned December 31, 1974
Remained vacant until next Congress
Thaddeus J. Dulski (D)
Resigned December 31, 1974
Remained vacant until next Congress
William Minshall (R)
Resigned December 31, 1974
Remained vacant until next Congress
Edith S. Green (D)
Resigned December 31, 1974
Remained vacant until next Congress
Frank M. Clark (D)
Resigned December 31, 1974
Remained vacant until next Congress
W.J. Bryan Dorn (D)
Resigned December 31, 1974
Remained vacant until next Congress
Thomas S. Gettys (D)
Resigned December 31, 1974
Remained vacant until next Congress
Joel Broyhill (R)
Resigned December 31, 1974 after being defeated for re-election
Remained vacant until next Congress

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