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Party affiliation - 53rd Legislature

  Totals based on membership as of first day of the regular session, January 13, 1953

House of Representatives
Democrats in the House of Representatives[ 150 of 150 100%]
William Henry Abington
William Whipple Allen
Mack Allison
Bill R. Andis
Lemuel Lawrence Armor
Ben Atwell
Robert W. Baker
Stanley Banks
Garth C. Bates
Jim Bates
Marshall Odom Bell
Douglas Ernest Bergman
Edgar Lee Berlin
George S. Berry
A.J. Bishop
Anita Lee Blair
Floyd Francis Bradshaw
Dolph Briscoe
Jessie Gordon Bristow
Phil Brooks
Hulon Brasier Brown
Jack Cook Bryan
Dexter Harold Buchanan
Joseph Washington Burkett, Jr.
Omar Henry Burkett
Jim Joseph Carmichall
Frank Herman Carpenter
Waggoner Carr
Ellis D. Carter
Stanley W. Caufield
William Raleigh Chambers
Joseph Norwin Chapman
Thomas Cook Cheatham
Jamie Hager Clements
Carroll Cobb
Morris Gray Cobb
Warren Clay Cowen
Frank Harrington Crain
Elias Fleming Crim
John Leake Crosthwait
Douglass Anthony Crouch
Bill Daniel
Eligio de la Garza
Brownrigg Hefferron Dewey
Dudley Tarlton Dougherty
Albert Dee Downer
Virginia Elizabeth Duff
William J. Ehlert
William Marshall Elliott
Anthony Paul Fenoglio
Jack Gordon Fisk
Curtis E. Ford
Gustin C. Garrett
Gabe Garrett
James Odell Gillham
Webster W. Glass
Benjamin Albert Glusing
Jessy Franklin Gray
Dorothy Gillis Gurley
L. DeWitt Hale
Bertie Lee Hall
Charles Hancock
Guy Hazlett
Herman August Heideke
Bill 'Jitterbug' Henderson
Jack Hightower
Paul Franklin Smith Hill
George T. Hinson
Grady Claude Hogue
Horace Ben Houston
Reagan Russell Huffman
Charles Ervin Hughes
Henry Anton Hull
Edgar Hutchins, Jr.
Samuel Jackson Isaacks
James Horace Jackson
Pearce Johnson
Obie E. Jones
Thomas Roger Joseph
Don Kennard
Joe Madison Kilgore
John Alec Kimbrough
Thomas E. King
Wiltz Gleason Kirklin
William Herrell Kugle
Roy Truett Latimer
Otis H. Lee
Henry Grady Lehman
Charles Joseph Lieck
Jim T. Lindsey
Maury Maverick
Bert Thomas McDaniel
Grainger Walter McIlhany
William Troy McNeil
Frederick Vancleve Meridith
William Andrew Miller
Carlton Moore
Jimmy Ralph Morris
Charles Alfred Murphy, Jr.
Menton J. Murray
Fredrick A. Niemann
Jesse M. Osborn
William Earl Osborn
Frank Owen III
Harold Burton Parish
Robert Patten
James Robert Paxton
Gary Pinkney Pearson
Wilbur Wright Perry
Maurice S. Pipkin
Joe Richard Pool
Joseph H. Pyle
David Ratliff
Elbert Reeves
William Carl Ross
Charles Lloyd Sandahl
Barefoot Sanders
Leroy Saul
Scott Philen Sayers
Harold Seay
Frates Slick Seeligson
Samuel Columbus Sellers
C. Frank Sentell
Reuben E. Senterfitt
Edward Hueber Sheridan
Richard C. Slack
Max Carlton Smith
Vernon Eugene Smith
Will L. Smith
Rudolph Benjamin Spacek
Gilbert Manly Spring
Richard Spires Stark
Vernon Stewart
Thomas H. Stilwell
Stanton Stone
Robert Leo Strickland
William A. 'Bill' Stroman
Frank G. Svadlenak
Reuben Daniel Talasek
Arnold J. Vale
John Bell Walling
Jesse Floyd Ward
John Ashley Warden
Russell Harrison Weaver
Samuel Emerald Wohlford
Bill D. Wood
Thomas Burr Wright
James Watson Yancy
Herman R. Yezak
Lamar Acker Zivley
 
 
Senate
Democrats in the Senate[ 31 of 31 100%]
A.M. Aikin, Jr.
Carlos Clinton Ashley
John Junior Bell
Searcy Bracewell
Neveille Colson
Kilmer Blaine Corbin
Jep S. Fuller
Dorsey B. Hardeman
Grady Hazlewood
Abraham Kazen
Rogers Caswell Kelley
Wardlow William Lane
Oswell Eugene Latimer
Ottis Elmer Lock
Crawford Collins Martin
Warren Swann McDonald
George Clarence Moffett
William T. 'Bill' Moore
George Parkhouse
Jimmy Phillips
Andrew Jacob Rogers
Johnnie Beverly Rogers
Joe Russell
James T. Rutherford
Harley Herman Sadler
Jarrard Secrest
William H. Shireman
Gus James Strauss
Wayne Warren Wagonseller
Rudolph Adolph Weinert
Doyle Willis
 
 

Districts represented by more than one person
H District 3 Phil Brooks Democrat 01/13/1953 - 08/02/1953  
H District 3 George D. Ford Democrat 03/15/1954 - 01/11/1955   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 60-2 William Henry Abington Democrat 01/13/1953 - 06/01/1953  
H District 60-2 James Steele Moore Democrat 03/15/1954 - 01/11/1955   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 61 Bertie Lee Hall Democrat 01/13/1953 - 06/15/1953  
H District 61 Charles Dee Kirkham Democrat 03/15/1954 - 01/11/1955   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 64 Frank G. Svadlenak Democrat 01/13/1953 - 01/09/1954  
H District 64 Oswald Henry Schram Democrat 03/15/1954 - 01/11/1955   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 105-1 Samuel Jackson Isaacks Democrat 01/13/1953 - 01/28/1954  
H District 105-1 Maud Isaacks Democrat 03/15/1954 - 01/11/1955   Not included in the statistics above.
S District 18 John Junior Bell Democrat 01/13/1953 - 09/25/1954  
S District 18 William Stoner Fly Democrat 11/02/1954 - 01/08/1957   Not included in the statistics above.
S District 29 James T. Rutherford Democrat 01/13/1953 - 09/27/1954  
S District 29 Frank Owen III Democrat 11/02/1954 - 01/11/1955   Not included in the statistics above.