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Party affiliation - 43rd Legislature

  Totals based on membership as of first day of the regular session, January 10, 1933

House of Representatives
Democrats in the House of Representatives[ 148 of 150 99%]
Jacob Walter Adamson
A.M. Aikin, Jr.
Robert H. Alexander
Lon E. Alsup
Preston Louis Anderson
Robert Bernerd Anderson
Allen Louis Baker
Eli Brown Barrett
Elbert McBee Barron
E. Harold Beck
Fine Gordon Bedford
Charles Dudley Bourne
Rolland Barr Bradley
Gordon Milton Burns
George Byron Butler
Robert Wilburn Calvert
Emory Brodnax Camp
Charles Carter Canon
Benjamin Franklin Cathey
Hubbard Scott Caven
Oscar Fitzallen Chastain
William Edwin Clayton
Nall Colson
Zachariah Ellis Coombes
Dero D. Cowley
Andrew Lanier Crossley
Albert King Daniel
William Edgar Davidson
William Valentine Dean
Samuel Sheley Devall
Otis Theodore Dunagan
Edwin Donald Dunlap
Jesse Caldwell Duvall
Patrick Anthony Dwyer
Fritz Engelhard
John Wythe Fain
William Allen Few
John Henry Fisher
Bert Ford
Robert A. Fuchs
Webster W. Glass
James Wade Golson
Robert Hubert Good
Jacob Leonard Goodman
Harry Newton Graves
Joseph Felix Greathouse
Arthur Wellington Griffith
B. Frank Haag
Harold Monroe Hankamer
William Murdock Harman
Dave M. Harris
Leon George Harrison
Howard Gallemore Hartzog
James Manley Head
George Coone Hester
Thomas Mason Hicks
Emmett Carroll Hill
Paul Story Hill
William Elias Hodges
Robert H. Holland
Walter Carroll Holloway
Conde Raguet Hoskins
Earl Huddleston
Sarah Hughes
John William Hunt
Tom Bullock Hyder
Harvey Paul Jackson
Jesse James
Pat Curtis Jefferson
Andrew Percy Johnson
Robert Milton Johnson
Harvey O. Jones
Hugh Jones
Walter E. Jones
Harold Kayton
Andrew Crockett Kyle
Henry C. Kyle
John Wesley Laird
Sidney Latham
Vernon Lemens
James Franklin Lindsey
Robert John Long
Cecil Azar Lotief
Henry Mackay
John Sier Magee
John Manson Mathis
William Cleo McClain
Joseph Weaver McCullough
James Robinson McDougald
Temple Harris McGregor
Harry Lee McKee
Joseph Andrew Merritt
Penrose Blakely Metcalfe
Jesse Lee Mitcham
George Clarence Moffett
Weaver Moore
Harlee Morrison
Robert Emmett Morse
Milam Stephen Munson, Jr.
Carl Edmund Nicholson
Gaston Palmer
George Parkhouse
Frank Patterson
James Pavlica
Walter Elmer Pope
John Edward Puryear
Ben Ramsey
Dennis Pace Ratliff
Homer Harris Ray
Robert Lee Reader
Jasper Newton Reed
William Otey Reed
Thomas Jefferson Renfro
Arthur Columbus Riddle
Morris Roberts
Bird Rogers
Freedom Alexander Rogers
George Washington Rollins
John Garrison Ross
Traylor Russell
William Thomas Savage
Amos P. Scarborough
William Hopkins Scott
Samuel David Shannon
William Carroll Shults
Julian Obie Smith
Halmond Kinsland Stanfield
Coke Robert Stevenson
Hugh Birt Steward
Jefferson Davis Stinson
Hezekiah Richard Stovall
Carroll Fulton Sullivant
Arthur Bosworth Tarwater
Charles Higgens Tennyson
John Newton Thomas
Edwin Tillery
Everett Ewing Townsend
Coy Menefee Turlington
Olan Rogers Van Zandt
Benjamin F. Vaughan
Robert McAlpine Wagstaff
Albert Green Walker
Ferdinand Carl Weinert
Joe Kelton Wells
Milton Horace West
George Washington Winningham
Franklin A. Wood
James Davis Young
 
 
Other parties in the House of Representatives[ 2 of 150 1%]
Bodo Julius Holekamp
Homer LaKirby Leonard
Senate
Democrats in the Senate[ 31 of 31 100%]
John W.E.H. Beck
Elmore J. Blackert
Wilbourne Bailey Collie
William Roy Cousins
Thomas Arthur DeBerry
Arthur Pope Duggan
Ernest Fellbaum
Julian Preston Greer
Thomas Jefferson Holbrook
Welly Kennon Hopkins
John William Hornsby
Willam Marvin Martin
Joseph M. Moore
Cecil Murphy
Margie E. Neal
Benjamin Grady Oneal
William Dent Pace
Archie Parr
Nat Patton
William Robert Poage
George Clark Purl
Frank Hill Rawlings
John Sayers Redditt
Kenneth Mills Regan
Gus Russek
Roy Sanderford
Charles Clinton Small
Albert Stone
Grady Woodruff
Walter Frank Woodul
Walter Calisto Woodward
 
 

Districts represented by more than one person
H District 14 John Garrison Ross Democrat 01/10/1933 - 10/28/1933  
H District 14 Alfred Weldon Roark Democrat 01/29/1934 - 01/08/1935   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 28 William Cleo McClain Democrat 01/10/1933 - 10/26/1933  
H District 28 Carl Bergman Democrat 12/19/1933 - 01/08/1935   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 46 Carroll Fulton Sullivant Democrat 01/10/1933 - 11/06/1933  
H District 46 John Arthur Atchison Democrat 01/29/1934 - 01/08/1935   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 72 Milton Horace West Democrat 01/10/1933 - 04/22/1933  
H District 72 Augustine Celaya Democrat 04/28/1933 - 01/08/1935   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 75 Paul Story Hill Democrat 01/10/1933 - 10/13/1933  
H District 75 Edward Henry Lange Democrat 01/29/1934 - 01/08/1935   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 88 B. Frank Haag Democrat 01/10/1933 - 07/13/1933  
H District 88 Frank Diedrich Stubbeman Democrat 09/14/1933 - 01/08/1935   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 99 Robert Bernerd Anderson Democrat 01/10/1933 - 09/11/1933  
H District 99 Edgar Emmett Hunter Democrat 10/04/1933 - 01/08/1935   Not included in the statistics above.

Members not listed above
H District 100 Oscar Cleveland Venable Democrat 11/08/1934 - 01/08/1935   Not included in the statistics above.