Alternative History
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104th United States Congress was held between January 3, 1995 and January 3, 1997. It covered the final two years of President John Burwin's single term.

Composition

Senate

59 D

41 N

State Name Party Senate Class Assumed Office
Alabama Hugo Black, Jr. Democrat 3 September 30, 1971
Alabama Al Brewer Democrat 2 January 3, 1979
Arkansas Beryl Anthony Jr. Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Arkansas William Thornton Democrat 3 November 20, 1994
Aroostook Arnold Benson Democrat 1 January 3, 1971
Aroostook Joseph E. Brennan Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
California Steven Spielberg Democrat 3 January 3, 1987
California James Fukuyama National 1 January 3, 1989
Colorado Richard Lamm Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Colorado Jeff Porter Democrat 3 January 3, 1993
Connecticut Lowell Weicker National 1 January 3, 1971
Connecticut Nicholas Angerrard Democrat 3 January 3, 1975
Cuba Alex Gomez National 1 July 17, 1991
Cuba Robert Willison National 3 January 3, 1993
Dakota Olyn Michaels Democrat 1 January 3, 1983
Dakota Erik Nielsen National 3 January 3, 1981
Delaware Harry G. Haskell, Jr. National 1 January 3, 1971
Delaware Mike Fredette Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Deseret Jake Garn National 3 December 19, 1974
Deseret Joshua Pollmer National 1 December 27, 1994
Florida Bob Graham Democrat 3 January 3, 1987
Florida Kelsey Grammer National 1 January 3, 1995
Georgia Wyche Fowler Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Georgia Peter Durg National 3 1985
Huron Robert Nixon National 2 October 27, 1961
Huron Bill Davis National 1 January 3, 1983
Indiana Tim Carter National 1 January 3, 1995
Indiana xx National 3 January 3, 1981
Illinois Garry E. Shandling Democrat 2 January 1, 1991
Illinois Mike McGowan National 3 January 3, 1993
Iowa John Plumb National 3 January 3, 1981
Iowa Jim Kenney Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Kahokia Lloyd Axworthy Democrat 3 January 3, 1987
Kahokia Howard Pawley Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Kansas Jim Greiner Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Kansas George Sandefur National 3 January 3, 1993
Kentucky George Simpson National 3 January 3, 1981
Kentucky Martha Layne Collins Democrat 2 May 2, 1988
Louisiana John Breaux Democrat 3 December 28, 1986
Louisiana Josephine Laveau Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Maryland Michael D. Barnes Democrat 1 January 3, 1983
Maryland Harry R. Hughes Democrat 3 January 3, 1987
Massachusetts James Shannon Democrat 1 January 3, 1989
Massachusetts Jay Leno Democrat 3 January 3, 1987
Michigan Greg Heard Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Michigan John David Pace National 1 January 3, 1995
Minnesota Paul Wellstone Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Minnesota Rod Stowe National 1 January 3, 1995
Mississippi William Winter Democrat 2 December 17, 1984
Mississippi Ray Mabus Democrat 1 January 3, 1989
Missouri Richard Van Dyke National 2 January 24, 1973
Missouri Jerry Litton Democrat 1 December 20, 1976
Montana Tom Beckett National 1 January 3, 1989
Montana James Ceres Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Nebraska Jim Exon Democrat 2 January 3, 1979
Nebraska Robert Kerrey Democrat 1 January 3, 1989
Nevada Richard Bryan Democrat 3 January 3, 1987
Nevada Jon Spicer Democrat 1 January 3, 1989
New Hampshire Robert Smith National 2 January 3, 1991
New Hampshire Sinclair Dawes National 3 January 3, 1993
New Jersey Bruce Springsteen Democrat 3 January 3, 1987
New Jersey Bill Parcells National 1 January 3, 1989
New Mexico Peter Sands Democrat 1 November 5, 1970
New Mexico Jack Mitchell National 2 January 3, 1985
New York Al d'Amato National 3 January 3, 1981
New York Sam Roth 1 Democrat February 1, 1987
North Carolina Robert Burren Morgan Democrat 3 January 3, 1975
North Carolina Jim Hunt Democratic 2 January 3, 1991
Nova Scotia Gerald Regan Democrat 2 January 3, 1985
Nova Scotia John Buchanan National 1 January 3, 1989
Ohio Paul Rogers Democrat 3 1974
Ohio Dick Celeste Democrat 1 January 3, 1983
Oregon Mark Hatfield National 2 January 10, 1967
Oregon Henry Richardson Democrat 3 January 3, 1993
Pacifica Charles Posey Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Pacifica Harold Long National 1 January 3, 1995
Peninsula Rick Chambers National 3 January 3, 1981
Peninsula Tom Pope National 1 January 3, 1989
Pennsylvania H. John Heinz III National 1 January 3, 1977
Pennsylvania Frank Reed Democrat 2 January 3, 1979
Puerto Rico Arturo Cabelo Democrat 2 December 28, 1966
Puerto Rico Rafael Hernandez Democrat 3 January 3, 1993
Rhode Island Claiborne Pell Democrat 2 January 3, 1961
Rhode Island John Chafee National 1 January 3, 1977
South Carolina Fritz Hollings Democrat 3 April 3, 1965
South Carolina Daniel Plemons Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Sequoyah David L. Boren Democrat 2 January 3, 1979
Sequoyah John E. Brock National 3 January 3, 1981
Texas James Bicky National 1 January 3, 1995
Texas Ben Barnes Democrat 2 January 3, 1973
Tennessee Jim Sasser Democrat 1 January 3, 1977
Tennessee Ruth Reynolds National 2 January 3, 1979
Vermont Morris L. Shimkus National 1 January 1, 1983
Vermont Howard Dean Democrat 3 August 20, 1991
Virginia Kermit Collins Democrat 2 January 3, 1991
Virginia John Keeler National 1 January 3, 1995
Washington Daniel Evans National 1 January 3, 1977
Washington Allen Lee Democrat 3 January 3, 1987
Wisconsin Tom Heath National 3 January 3, 1981
Wisconsin Tony Earl Democrat 1 January 3, 1989

House of Representatives

District Name Party Seated

Alabama (5 D, 3 N)

District Name Party Seated
1st Ann Bedsole National January 3, 1995
2nd Ross Barker National January 3, 1995
3rd Bob Durant Democrat January 3, 1991
4th Glen Browder Democrat September 14, 1989
5th Ronnie Flippo Democrat January 3, 1977
6th Leon Rye National January 3, 1995
7th Vernon Wade Democrat January 3, 1979
8th Hugo Black III Democrat January 3, 1995

Arkansas (3 N, 2 D)

District Name Party Seated
1st Don Shepard Democrat January 3, 1983
2nd Harry "Bud" Cummins National January 3, 1995
3rd Jerry Fowler Democrat January 3, 1991
4th Todd Page National January 3, 1995
5th Elton C. Copperton National January 3, 1995

Kansas (2 N, 2 D)

District Name Party Seated
1st Norm Stapp National
2nd Jim Slattery Democrat January 3, 1983
3rd Dan Glickman Democrat January 3, 1977
4th Norma Wilde National January 3, 1995

Louisiana (4 N, 3 D)

District Name Party Seated
1st Jim Donelon National May 6, 1988
2nd Ron Faucheaux Democrat January 3, 1991
3rd Tom Straits National January 3, 1995
4th Foster Campbell Democrat January 3, 1983
5th John C. Ensminger National January 3, 1995
6th Bob Overstreet National January 3, 1979
7th Guy P. Fontenot Democrat May 2, 1992
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