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US Congressman, North Dakota

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

Members of the US House of Representatives from North Dakota.
See also Senators from North Dakota.

Location:
North Dakota

REPRESENTING THE GREAT STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

DistrictRepresentativeSinceParty
at Large
Rick Berg2011Republican

PAST AND PRESENT REPRESENTATIVES FROM NORTH DAKOTA

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Fred G. Aandahl
Politician
9-Apr-1897 7-Apr-1966 Governor of North Dakota, 1945-50
Mark Andrews
Politician
19-May-1926   US Senator from North Dakota, 1981-87
Rick Berg
Politician
16-Aug-1959   Congressman, North Dakota
Quentin N. Burdick
Politician
19-Jun-1908 8-Sep-1992 US Senator from North Dakota, 1960-92
Byron Dorgan
Politician
14-May-1942   US Senator from North Dakota
L. B. Hanna
Politician
9-Aug-1861 23-Apr-1948 Governor of North Dakota, 1913-17
Thomas S. Kleppe
Politician
1-Jul-1919 2-Mar-2007 US Secretary of the Interior, 1975-77
Otto Krueger
Politician
7-Sep-1890 6-Jun-1963 Congressman from North Dakota, 1953-59
William Lemke
Politician
13-Aug-1878 30-May-1950 Congressman from North Dakota, 1933-50
Arthur A. Link
Politician
24-May-1914 1-Jun-2010 Governor of North Dakota, 1973-81
Earl Pomeroy
Politician
2-Sep-1952   Congressman from North Dakota, 1993-2011
Charles R. Robertson
Politician
5-Sep-1889 19-Feb-1951 Congressman from North Dakota, 1940s
Don L. Short
Politician
22-Jun-1903 10-May-1982 Congressman from North Dakota, 1959-65


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