Special Report

These 44 Republicans Have Made a Career Out of Serving in the House of Representatives

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39. Rep. Glenn Thompson
> Period of service: 12 years – tied (2009-present)
> Current constituency: Pennsylvania’s 15th Congressional District
> Victory in 2020 election: 73.5% of the vote (46.9 ppt more than runner-up)
> Tenure rank of all sitting Reps.: tied – 112th longest serving Rep. of either party

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38. Rep. Tim Walberg
> Period of service: 12 years – tied (2007-2009; 2011-present)
> Current constituency: Michigan’s 7th Congressional District
> Victory in 2020 election: 58.8% of the vote (17.5 ppt more than runner-up)
> Tenure rank of all sitting Reps.: tied – 112th longest serving Rep. of either party

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37. Rep. Steve Scalise
> Period of service: 13 years (2008-present)
> Current constituency: Louisiana’s 1st Congressional District
> Victory in 2020 election: 72.2% of the vote (46.9 ppt more than runner-up)
> Tenure rank of all sitting Reps.: 108th longest serving Rep. of either party

36. Rep. Jim Jordan
> Period of service: 14 years – tied (2007-present)
> Current constituency: Ohio’s 4th Congressional District
> Victory in 2020 election: 67.9% of the vote (38.5 ppt more than runner-up)
> Tenure rank of all sitting Reps.: tied – 90th longest serving Rep. of either party

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35. Rep. Doug Lamborn
> Period of service: 14 years – tied (2007-present)
> Current constituency: Colorado’s 5th Congressional District
> Victory in 2020 election: 57.6% of the vote (20.2 ppt more than runner-up)
> Tenure rank of all sitting Reps.: tied – 90th longest serving Rep. of either party