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Ohio's 19th congressional district was created following the 1830 census and was eliminated after the 2000 census.

From 1992-2002 it included all of Lake County and Ashtabula County together with a collection of Eastern suburbs of Cleveland. After 2002 it was replaced by the fourteenth district.[1]

Parts of its old territory were redistricted into the 10th, 11th, and 13th districts.

List of representatives

Congress(es) Year(s) Notes Representative Party
District created March 4, 1833
23rd March 4, 1833 – July 10, 1834 Redistricted from the 11h district, Resigned to accept position as judge of US District Court of Ohio Humphrey H. Leavitt Jacksonian
23rd24th December 1, 1834 – March 3, 1837 Resigned Daniel Kilgore
25th March 4, 1837 – July 4, 1838 Democratic
25th26th December 3, 1838 – March 3, 1841 Henry Swearingen
27th March 4, 1841 – March 3, 1843 Samuel Stokely Whig
28th29th March 4, 1843 – March 3, 1847 Daniel R. Tilden
30th31st March 4, 1847 – March 3, 1851 John Crowell
32nd March 4, 1851 – March 3, 1853 Eben Newton
33rd March 4, 1853 – March 3, 1855 Edward Wade Free Soil
34th March 4, 1855 – March 3, 1857 Opposition
35th36th March 4, 1857 – March 3, 1861 Republican
37th March 4, 1861 – March 3, 1863 Albert G. Riddle
38th46th March 4, 1863 – November 8, 1880 Resigned after being elected President of the United States James A. Garfield
46th52nd December 13, 1880 – March 3, 1893 Ezra B. Taylor
53rd55th March 4, 1893 – September 8, 1898 Died Stephen A. Northway
55th58th November 8, 1898 – March 23, 1904 Resigned after being elected to US Senate Charles W. F. Dick
58th61st November 8, 1904 – March 3, 1911 W. Aubrey Thomas
62nd63rd March 4, 1911 – March 3, 1915 Elsworth R. Bathrick Democratic
64th74th March 4, 1915 – January 3, 1937 John G. Cooper Republican
75th91st January 3, 1937 – July 27, 1970 Died Michael J. Kirwan Democratic
91st95th November 3, 1970 – January 3, 1979 Charles J. Carney
96th97th January 3, 1979 – January 3, 1983 Redistricted to the 17th district Lyle Williams Republican
98th102nd January 3, 1983 – January 3, 1993 Ed Feighan Democratic
103rd January 3, 1993 – January 3, 1995 Eric Fingerhut
104th107th January 3, 1995 – January 3, 2003 Redistricted to the 14th district Steve LaTourette Republican
District inactive January 3, 2003

Election results

The following chart shows historic election results. Bold type indicates victor. Italic type indicates incumbent.

Year Democratic Republican Other
1832
1920 James Kennedy: 25,250 John G. Cooper: 60,147  
1922 W. B. Kilpatrick: 27,836 John G. Cooper: 40,492  
1924 Phebe T. Sutliff: 21,926 John G. Cooper: 67,581  
1926 James Kennedy: 17,513 John G. Cooper: 45,788  
1928 Locke Miller: 40,948 John G. Cooper: 89,731  
1930 W. B. Kilpatrick: 40,960 John G. Cooper: 53,996  
1932 D. F. Dunlavy: 65,024 John G. Cooper: 74,534 John S. Ruth: 166
Harold G. Bickler: 37
1934 Locke Miller: 52,023 John G. Cooper: 56,200 Harry K. Collins (S): 769
Joe Dallet (C): 769
1936 Michael J. Kirwan: 93,636 John G. Cooper: 65,926 Joe Dallet (C): 756
1938 Michael J. Kirwan: 76,268 William P. Barnum: 69,214  
1940 Michael J. Kirwan: 122,075 Charles H. Anderson: 75,016  
1942 Michael J. Kirwan: 60,248 James T. Begg: 46,567  
1944 Michael J. Kirwan: 120,191 Herschel Hunt: 69,403  
1946 Michael J. Kirwan: 88,872 Norman W. Adams: 59,607  
1948 Michael J. Kirwan: 134,408 William Bacon: 63,079  
1950 Michael J. Kirwan: 119,245 Henry P. Kosling: 67,661  
1952 Michael J. Kirwan: 91,074 Allen Russell: 46,202  
1954 Michael J. Kirwan: 81,304 David S. Edwards: 33,352  
1956 Michael J. Kirwan: 92,924 Ralph E. Turner: 42,293  
1958 Michael J. Kirwan: 93,660 Loren E. Van Brocklin: 31,192  
1960 Michael J. Kirwan: 102,874 Paul E. Stevens: 46,537  
1962 Michael J. Kirwan: 75,967 William Vincent Williams: 46,200  
1964 Michael J. Kirwan: 111,682 Albert James: 34,654  
1966 Michael J. Kirwan: 86,975 Donald J. Lewis: 34,037  
1968 Michael J. Kirwan: 101,813 Donald J. Lewis: 44,363  
1970 Charles J. Carney[2]: 73,222 Margaret Dennison: 52,057  
1972 Charles J. Carney: 109,979 Normal M. Parr: 61,934  
1974 Charles J. Carney: 97,709 James L. Ripple: 36,649  
1976 Charles J. Carney: 90,386 Jack C. Hunter: 86,162 Karl T. Untch: 1089
Kenneth Zurbrugg: 2,258
1978 Charles J. Carney: 69,977 Lyle Williams: 71,890  
1980 Harry Meshel: 77,272 Lyle Williams[3]: 107,032  
1982 Edward F. Feighan: 111,760 Richard G. Anter II: 72,682 Kevin G. Killeen: 2,371
Thomas Pekarek (L): 2,844
1984 Edward F. Feighan: 139,605 Matthew J. Hatchadorian: 107,957 Others: 5,277
1986 Edward F. Feighan: 97,814 Gary C. Suhadolnik: 80,743  
1988 Edward F. Feighan: 168,065 Noel F. Roberts: 70,359  
1990 Edward F. Feighan: 132,951 Susan M. Lawko: 72,315  
1992 Eric D. Fingerhut: 138,465 Robert A. Gardner: 124,606  
1994 Eric D. Fingerhut: 89,701 Steven C. LaTourette: 99,997 Ronald E. Young: 11,364
Jerome A. Brentar: 5,180
1996 Thomas J. Coyne Jr.: 101,152 Steven C. LaTourette: 135,012 Thomas A. Martin (N): 10,655
1998 Elizabeth Kelley: 64,090 Steven C. LaTourette: 126,786  
2000 Dale Virgil Blanchard: 101,842 Steven C. LaTourette: 206,639 Sid Stone (L): 10,367

References

  1. ^ Almanac of American Politics 2002, p1237
  2. ^ Following the death of Kirwan in office in 1970, Carney was elected in a special election to fill out Kirwan's term.
  3. ^ Redistricting following the 1980 census moved Williams from the 19th district to the 17th district.
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