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77th United States Congress

77th United States Congress
76th ← → 78th

United States Capitol (1956)

Duration: January 3, 1941 – January 3, 1943

Senate President: John Garner (until Jan 20, 1941)
Henry Wallace (from Jan 20, 1941)
Senate Pres. pro tem: Pat Harrison (until June 22, 1941)
Carter Glass (from July 11, 1941)
House Speaker: Sam Rayburn
Members: 96 Senators
435 Representatives
4 Non-voting members
Senate Majority: Democratic
House Majority: Democratic

Sessions
1st: January 3, 1941 – January 2, 1942
2nd: January 5, 1942 – December 16, 1942

The Seventy-seventh United States Congress was a meeting of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, composed of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives. It met in Washington, DC from January 3, 1941 to January 3, 1943, during the ninth and tenth years of Franklin Roosevelt's presidency. The apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives was based on the Sixteenth Census of the United States in 1940. Both chambers had a Democratic majority.

This was the first Congress to have more than one Senate President (the Vice President of the United States), John Garner and Henry Wallace, due to the passage of the 20th amendment in 1933.

Contents

  • Major events 1
  • Major legislation and resolutions 2
  • Select committees 3
  • Leadership 4
    • Senate 4.1
      • Majority (Democratic) leadership 4.1.1
      • Minority (Republican) leadership 4.1.2
    • House of Representatives 4.2
      • Majority (Democratic) leadership 4.2.1
      • Minority (Republican) leadership 4.2.2
  • Party summary 5
    • Senate 5.1
    • House of Representatives 5.2
  • Members 6
    • Senate 6.1
      • Alabama 6.1.1
      • Arizona 6.1.2
      • Arkansas 6.1.3
      • California 6.1.4
      • Colorado 6.1.5
      • Connecticut 6.1.6
      • Delaware 6.1.7
      • Florida 6.1.8
      • Georgia 6.1.9
      • Idaho 6.1.10
      • Illinois 6.1.11
      • Indiana 6.1.12
      • Iowa 6.1.13
      • Kansas 6.1.14
      • Kentucky 6.1.15
      • Louisiana 6.1.16
      • Maine 6.1.17
      • Maryland 6.1.18
      • Massachusetts 6.1.19
      • Michigan 6.1.20
      • Minnesota 6.1.21
      • Mississippi 6.1.22
      • Missouri 6.1.23
      • Montana 6.1.24
      • Nebraska 6.1.25
      • Nevada 6.1.26
      • New Hampshire 6.1.27
      • New Jersey 6.1.28
      • New Mexico 6.1.29
      • New York 6.1.30
      • North Carolina 6.1.31
      • North Dakota 6.1.32
      • Ohio 6.1.33
      • Oklahoma 6.1.34
      • Oregon 6.1.35
      • Pennsylvania 6.1.36
      • Rhode Island 6.1.37
      • South Carolina 6.1.38
      • South Dakota 6.1.39
      • Tennessee 6.1.40
      • Texas 6.1.41
      • Utah 6.1.42
      • Vermont 6.1.43
      • Virginia 6.1.44
      • Washington 6.1.45
      • West Virginia 6.1.46
      • Wisconsin 6.1.47
      • Wyoming 6.1.48
    • House of Representatives 6.2
      • Alabama 6.2.1
      • Arizona 6.2.2
      • Arkansas 6.2.3
      • California 6.2.4
      • Colorado 6.2.5
      • Connecticut 6.2.6
      • Delaware 6.2.7
      • Florida 6.2.8
      • Georgia 6.2.9
      • Idaho 6.2.10
      • Illinois 6.2.11
      • Indiana 6.2.12
      • Iowa 6.2.13
      • Kansas 6.2.14
      • Kentucky 6.2.15
      • Louisiana 6.2.16
      • Maine 6.2.17
      • Maryland 6.2.18
      • Massachusetts 6.2.19
      • Michigan 6.2.20
      • Minnesota 6.2.21
      • Mississippi 6.2.22
      • Missouri 6.2.23
      • Montana 6.2.24
      • Nebraska 6.2.25
      • Nevada 6.2.26
      • New Hampshire 6.2.27
      • New Jersey 6.2.28
      • New Mexico 6.2.29
      • New York 6.2.30
      • North Carolina 6.2.31
      • North Dakota 6.2.32
      • Ohio 6.2.33
      • Oklahoma 6.2.34
      • Oregon 6.2.35
      • Pennsylvania 6.2.36
      • Rhode Island 6.2.37
      • South Carolina 6.2.38
      • South Dakota 6.2.39
      • Tennessee 6.2.40
      • Texas 6.2.41
      • Utah 6.2.42
      • Vermont 6.2.43
      • Virginia 6.2.44
      • Washington 6.2.45
      • West Virginia 6.2.46
      • Wisconsin 6.2.47
      • Wyoming 6.2.48
      • Non-voting members 6.2.49
  • Changes in membership 7
    • Senate 7.1
    • House of Representatives 7.2
  • Employees 8
    • Senate 8.1
    • House 8.2
President Franklin Roosevelt signing the Lend-Lease Act, March 11, 1941.
President Roosevelt delivering the "Infamy Speech" to Congress, requesting a declaration of war, December 8, 1941. Behind him are Vice President Henry Wallace (left) and House Speaker Sam Rayburn. To the right, in uniform in front of Rayburn, is Roosevelt's son James, who escorted his father to the Capitol.
President Roosevelt signing the declaration of war against Japan, December 8, 1941

Major events

Major legislation and resolutions

Select committees

Leadership

Senate

Majority (Democratic) leadership

Minority (Republican) leadership

House of Representatives

Majority (Democratic) leadership

Minority (Republican) leadership

Party summary

Senate

House of Representatives

Total 435

Members

Senate

Senators are elected statewide every two years, with one-third beginning new six-year terms with each Congress. Preceding the names in the list below are Senate class numbers, which indicate the cycle of their election.

House of Representatives

Changes in membership

The count below reflects changes from the beginning of this Congress.

Senate

State
(class)
Vacator Reason for change Successor Date of successor's
formal installation
West Virginia
(2)
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Matthew M. Neely (D)

Resigned January 12, 1941 after being elected Governor of West Virginia.
Successor was appointed to serve until a special election, which he subsequently lost. In addition, successor took oath of office after the Senate resolved a challenge to the appointment.
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Joseph Rosier (D)

January 13, 1941
Arkansas
(2)
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" John E. Miller (D)

Resigned March 31, 1941 after being appointed judge for the US District Court for the Western District of Arkansas.
Successor was appointed to serve until the next election.
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" G. Lloyd Spencer (D)

April 1, 1941
Texas
(2)
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Morris Sheppard (D)

Died April 9, 1941.
Successor was appointed to serve until a special election.
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Andrew Jackson Houston (D)

April 21, 1941
Mississippi
(2)
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Pat Harrison (D)

Died June 22, 1941.
Successor was appointed to serve until a special election.
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" James Eastland (D)

June 30, 1941
Texas
(2)
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Andrew Jackson Houston (D)

Died June 26, 1941.
Successor was elected to finish term.
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" W. Lee O'Daniel (D)

June 28, 1941
South Carolina
(2)
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" James F. Byrnes (D)

Resigned July 17, 1941 after being appointed Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Successor was appointed to serve until a special election.
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Alva M. Lumpkin (D)

July 22, 1941
South Carolina
(2)
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Alva M. Lumpkin (D)

Died August 1, 1941.
Successor was appointed to serve until a special election.
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Roger C. Peace (D)

August 5, 1941
Mississippi
(2)
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" James Eastland (D)

Appointee did not seek election to finish term.
Successor was elected September 28, 1941 to finish term.
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Wall Doxey (D)

September 29, 1941
South Carolina
(2)
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Roger C. Peace (D)

Appointee did not seek election to finish term.
Successor was elected November 4, 1941 to finish term.
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Burnet R. Maybank (D)

November 5, 1941
Colorado
(3)
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Alva B. Adams (D)

Died December 1, 1941.
Successor was appointed to serve until the November 3, 1942 special election, which he won.
Eugene Millikin (R) December 20, 1941
West Virginia
(2)
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Joseph Rosier (D)

Appointee lost election November 17, 1942 to finish the term.
Successor was elected to finish term.
Hugh Shott (R) November 18, 1942
Nevada
(1)
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Berkeley L. Bunker (D)

Appointee lost election December 7, 1942 to finish the term.
Successor was elected to finish term.
_name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" James G. Scrugham (D)

December 7, 1942

House of Representatives

District Vacator Reason for change Successor Date successor
seated
Oklahoma 7th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Sam C. Massingale (D)

Died January 17, 1941 _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Victor Wickersham (D)

April 1, 1941
New York 17th Kenneth F. Simpson (R) Died January 25, 1941 Joseph C. Baldwin (R) March 11, 1941
Alabama 7th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Walter W. Bankhead (D)

Resigned February 1, 1941 _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Carter Manasco (D)

June 24, 1941
Maryland 6th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" William D. Byron (D)

Died February 27, 1941 _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Katharine Byron (D)

May 27, 1941
Virginia 2nd _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Colgate Darden (D)

Resigned March 1, 1941 to run for Governor of Virginia _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Winder R. Harris (D)

April 8, 1941
New York 42nd _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Pius L. Schwert (D)

Died March 11, 1941 John C. Butler (R) April 22, 1941
North Carolina 5th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Alonzo D. Folger (D)

Died April 30, 1941 _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" John H. Folger (D)

June 14, 1941
New York 14th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Morris M. Edelstein (D)

Died June 4, 1941 _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Arthur G. Klein (D)

July 29, 1941
Wisconsin 1st Stephen Bolles (R) Died July 8, 1941 Lawrence H. Smith (R) August 29, 1941
Pennsylvania 15th Albert G. Rutherford (R) Died August 10, 1941 Wilson D. Gillette (R) November 4, 1941
Colorado 4th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Edward T. Taylor (D)

Died September 3, 1941 Robert F. Rockwell (R) December 9, 1941
Mississippi 2nd _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Wall Doxey (D)

Resigned September 28, 1941 after being elected to the US Senate _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Jamie L. Whitten (D)

November 4, 1941
California 17th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Lee E. Geyer (D)

Died October 11, 1941 _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Cecil R. King (D)

August 25, 1942
Massachusetts 7th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Lawrence J. Connery (D)

Died October 19, 1941 _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Thomas J. Lane (D)

December 30, 1941
Connecticut 5th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" J. Joseph Smith (D)

Resigned November 4, 1941 after being appointed judge for the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut Joseph E. Talbot (R) January 20, 1942
Pennsylvania 12th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" J. Harold Flannery (D)

Resigned January 3, 1942 after becoming judge of common pleas for Luzerne County, PA Thomas B. Miller (R) May 19, 1942
Pennsylvania 33rd _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Joseph A. McArdle (D)

Resigned January 5, 1942 after being elected to the Pittsburgh City Council _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Elmer J. Holland (D)

May 19, 1942
Pennsylvania 11th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Patrick J. Boland (D)

Died May 18, 1942 _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Veronica G. Boland (D)

November 3, 1942
Washington 5th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Arthur D. Healey (D)

Resigned August 1, 1942 after being appointed judge for the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington Vacant until the next Congress
Massachusetts 8th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Charles H. Leavy (D)

Resigned August 3, 1942 after being appointed judge for the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts Vacant until the next Congress
Ohio 15th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Robert T. Secrest (D)

Resigned August 3, 1942 after accepting a commission in the US Navy Vacant until the next Congress
Ohio 13th Albert D. Baumhart, Jr. (R) Resigned September 2, 1942 after accepting a commission in the US Navy Vacant until the next Congress
Iowa 9th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Vincent F. Harrington (D)

Resigned September 5, 1942 after accepting a commission as major in the United States Army Harry E. Narey (R) November 3, 1942
California 3rd _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Frank H. Buck (D)

Died September 17, 1942 Vacant until the next Congress
Maryland 2nd _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" William Purington Cole, Jr. (D)

Resigned October 26, 1942 after being appointed judge for the US Customs Court Vacant until the next Congress
Pennsylvania 25th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Charles I. Faddis (D)

Resigned December 4, 1942 to enter the US Army Vacant until the next Congress
Illinois 4th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" Harry P. Beam (D)

Resigned December 6, 1942 after being elected judge for the municipal court of Chicago Vacant until the next Congress
Illinois 6th _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" A. F. Maciejewski (D)

Resigned December 6, 1942 Vacant until the next Congress
Missouri 6th Philip A. Bennett (R) Died December 7, 1942 Vacant until the next Congress
Nevada At-large _name1 = "electronvolt", _symbol = "eV", utype = "energy per chemical amount", scale = 96485.329522144162, prefixes = 1, default = "kJ/mol", link = "Electronvolt",
   },

}

return { extra_units = extra_units }style="background:#B0CEFF" James G. Scrugham (D)

Resigned December 7, 1942 after being elected to the US Senate Vacant until the next Congress

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