1907 United States House of Representatives elections

There were elections in 1907 to the United States House of Representatives

Special elections[edit]

60th Congress[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Representative Party First elected Results Candidates
Michigan 5 William Alden Smith Republican 1894 Incumbent resigned February 9, 1907 when elected U.S. senator.
New member elected April 27, 1907.
Republican hold.
Kansas 1 Charles Curtis Republican 1892 Incumbent resigned January 28, 1907 when elected U.S. senator.
New member elected May 23, 1907.
Republican hold.
Pennsylvania 2 John E. Reyburn Republican 1906 (Special) Incumbent resigned March 31, 1907 to become Mayor of Philadelphia.
New member elected November 5, 1907.
Republican hold.
Virginia 8 John F. Rixey Democratic 1896 Incumbent died February 8, 1907.
New member elected December 17, 1907.
Democratic hold.
Virginia 9 Campbell Slemp Republican 1902 Incumbent died October 13, 1907.
New member elected December 17, 1907.
Republican hold.

Oklahoma[edit]

Oklahoma became a state in 1907 and elected its first five members of the House:

District Incumbent This race
Representative Party First elected Results Candidates
1st district New seat New district.
New member elected September 17, 1907.
Republican gain.
2nd district New seat New district.
New member elected September 17, 1907.
Democratic gain.
3rd district New seat New district.
New member elected September 17, 1907.
Democratic gain.
4th district New seat New district.
New member elected September 17, 1907.
Democratic gain.
5th district New seat New district.
New member elected September 17, 1907.
Democratic gain.

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