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Party affiliation - 20th Legislature

  Totals based on membership as of first day of the regular session, January 11, 1887

House of Representatives
Democrats in the House of Representatives[ 99 of 105 94%]
Frank Pierce Alexander
John Chambers Sprigg Baird
Charles Irvin Battle
George Wythe Baylor
Charles C. Bell
Robert Valentine Bell
James Monroe Biard
Joseph Boothe
Felix Grundy Bransford
James Nathan Browning
Amos Wilson Buchanan
A.G. Camp, Jr.
Samuel J. Chapman
Charles McLeod Christenberry
James Clark
John H. Clark
Gilford Clesley Clegg
James Baker Cone
John Thomas Currey
Jonathan Jackson Davis
Tom C. Davis
Nelson Paxton Dolen
Jacob Lewis Ellison
James Henry Faubion
Tully A. Fuller
Martin Van Buren Garner
Hiram Morgan Garwood
Abel Skinner Gill
James Lucian Gilliland
Carl Goeth
Walter Gresham
George Cuthbert Groce
Samuel Houston Hargis
Nat M. Harrison
Joe E. Haynes
Ephraim Charles Heath
William Thomas Hudgins
George Sterling Huling
George Posey Humphreys
John Patterson Humphreys
Thomas Memucan Hunt
Hugh Edward Jackson
James William Jarrott
William Cone Johnson
J. Ras Jones
Thomas W. Kennedy
John Kirlicks
William Calhoun Larkin
Francis Latham
Alexander Hamilton Latimer
Jeremiah Wilson Light
Jesse McCaleb
John Milton McClanahan
William L. McGaughey
George Thomas McGehee
James Madison McKinney
John McCullough Melson
Seth Phineas Mills
Robert Teague Milner
E. Taylor Moore
Elihu Newton
George Alexander Newton
Andrew Jackson Nicholson
Alexander Jesse Northington
William Butler Page
James Wesson Parker
Bedford Parks
George Washington Patterson
Jonathan Payne
George Cassety Pendleton
Alexander Pope
Albert Collins Prendergast
Clement Marshall Richardson
David C. Robinson
Joseph Columbus Rugel
James Franklin Sadler
William Franklin Sharp
James Henry Shelburne
Leonidas Lafayette Shield
Watterson Showalter
William Moses Skinner
Emory W. Smith
W.M. Smith
George Anthony Staples
Robert E. Steele
John B. Stringer
Jesse Munroe Strong
Horatio L. Tate
John Haywood Tolbert
Delaney E. Tompkins
John Hays Truitt
Free Utiger
John Henry Voorhees
Sanctus Waskom
Lucius Adolphus Whatley
Talvus Alexander Wilson
William Lee Wood
John Monroe Woolsey
James B. Wright
 
Republicans in the House of Representatives[ 5 of 105 5%]
Houston Aaron Phillip Bassett
Andrew Carroll Graves
Wenzel Matejowsky
James Foster McGuire
Benjamin Rush Plumley
 
Other parties in the House of Representatives[ 1 of 105 1%]
Robert James Moore
Senate
Democrats in the Senate[ 29 of 31 94%]
Leonard Anderson Abercrombie
William Thomas Armistead
Charles Keith Bell
William Henry Burges
Robert Henry Burney
James Henry Calhoun
John Lafayette Camp, Jr.
John Marshall Claiborne
William Wallace Davis
Elbridge Geary Douglass
William Levi Douglass
Scott Field
Louis Napoleon Frank
Caleb Jackson Garrison
George Washington Glasscock, Jr.
Alexander White Gregg
Richard Henry Harrison
Temple Lea Houston
James Jones Jarvis
Herman Knittel
Jonathan Lane
Francis Edward MacManus
Henry Dearborn McDonald
William Henry Pope
Eldred James Simkins
Samuel David Stinson
Samuel Crockett Upshaw
John Woods
William H. Woodward
 
Republicans in the Senate[ 1 of 31 3%]
Jonathan Olinthus Terrell
 
Other parties in the Senate[ 1 of 31 3%]
William Allen

Districts represented by more than one person
H District 17 William Thomas Hudgins Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 17 William Moses Skinner Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 27 John Haywood Tolbert Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 27 Free Utiger Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 33 Jesse Munroe Strong Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 33 Joseph Columbus Rugel Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 40 William L. McGaughey Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 40 W.M. Smith Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 45 John Patterson Humphreys Democrat 01/11/1887 - 05/15/1888  
H District 45 Joel W. Booth Democrat 04/16/1888 - 05/24/1888   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 54 John Kirlicks Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 54 Gilford Clesley Clegg Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 54 Jesse McCaleb Democrat 01/11/1887 - 07/06/1888  
H District 64 Benjamin Rush Plumley Republican 01/11/1887 - 12/09/1887  
H District 64 Guy Morrison Bryan Democrat 05/02/1888 - 01/08/1889   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 70 James Foster McGuire Republican 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 70 Wenzel Matejowsky Republican 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 75 Emory W. Smith Democrat 01/11/1887 - 12/24/1888  
H District 75 E. Taylor Moore Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 83 Watterson Showalter Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 83 Thomas W. Kennedy Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 84 Joe E. Haynes Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/18/1887  
H District 84 William A. Williamson Democrat 01/18/1887 - 01/08/1889   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 86 Jeremiah Wilson Light Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 86 David C. Robinson Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 87 Jonathan Payne Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 87 George Anthony Staples Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 91 Jacob Lewis Ellison Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
H District 91 George Thomas McGehee Democrat 01/11/1887 - 01/08/1889  
S District 22 Richard Henry Harrison Democrat 01/13/1885 - 04/20/1887  
S District 22 Waller S. Baker Democrat 04/16/1888 - 01/08/1889   Not included in the statistics above.

Members not listed above
H District 85 Thomas A. Blair Democrat 01/15/1887 - 01/08/1889   Not included in the statistics above.