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US Congressman, Nebraska

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

Members of the US House of Representatives from Nebraska.
See also Senators from Nebraska.

Location:
Nebraska

REPRESENTING THE GREAT STATE OF NEBRASKA

DistrictRepresentativeSinceParty
1st
Jeff Fortenberry2005Republican
2nd
Lee Terry1999Republican
3rd
Adrian M. Smith3-Jan-2007Republican

PAST AND PRESENT REPRESENTATIVES FROM NEBRASKA

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
William E. Barrett
Politician
9-Feb-1929   Congressman from Nebraska, 1991-2001
Doug Bereuter
Politician
6-Oct-1939   Congressman from Nebraska, 1979-2004
William Jennings Bryan
Politician
18-Mar-1860 26-Jul-1925 Prosecutor of the Scopes Monkey Trial
Howard Homan Buffett
Business
13-Aug-1903 30-Apr-1964 Congressman, father of Warren Buffett
Hal Daub
Politician
23-Apr-1941   Mayor of Omaha, 1995-2001
Jeff Fortenberry
Politician
27-Dec-1960   Congressman, Nebraska 1st
Peter Hoagland
Politician
17-Nov-1941 30-Oct-2007 Congressman from Nebraska, 1989-95
Roman Hruska
Politician
16-Aug-1904 25-Apr-1999 US Senator from Nebraska, 1954-76
George W. Norris
Politician
11-Jul-1861 2-Sep-1944 US Senator from Nebraska, 1913-43
Tom Osborne
Football
23-Feb-1937   Congressman from Nebraska, 2001-07
Adrian M. Smith
Politician
19-Dec-1970   US Congressman, Nebraska 3rd
Virginia Smith
Politician
30-Jun-1911 23-Jan-2006 Congresswoman from Nebraska, 1975-91
Lee Terry
Politician
29-Jan-1962   Congressman, Nebraska 2nd
Charles Thone
Politician
4-Jan-1924   Governor of Nebraska, 1979-83


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