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From statehood in 1889 until 1909, Washington elected up to three representatives At-large statewide. In 1909, Washington was divided into congressional districts for purposes of electing representatives.



1st seat

Representative Party Term District home Note
John L. Wilson Republican 1885 – 1895
William H. Doolittle Republican 1885 – 1895
William Carey Jones Silver Republican 1897 – 1899
Wesley L. Jones Republican 1899 – 1909

2nd seat

Representative Party Term District home Note
Samuel C. Hyde Republican 1893 – 1897
J. Hamilton Lewis Democratic 1897 – 1899
Francis W. Cushman Republican 1899 – 1909

3rd seat

Representative Party Term District home Note
William Ewart Humphrey Republican 1903 – 1909


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