Bexar County Representatives in the United States

House of Representatives since 1846 to the present

Congressmen District Home Years in Office
Timothy Pilsbury (External Site) 2 Brazoria 1846 - 1850
Volney Howard (External Site) 2 San Antonio 1850 - 1854
Peter H. Bell (External Site) 2 Austin 1854 - 1857
Guy Bryan (External Site) 2 Brazoria 1857 - 1859
Andrew Hamilton (External Site) 2 La Grange 1859 - 1861

Texas Seceded from the Union on February 1, 1861 and was readmitted on March 30, 1870.

Congressmen District Home Years in Office
Edward Degener (External Site) 4 San Antoinio 1870 - 1872
John Hancock (External Site) 4 Austin 1872 - 1877
Gustave Schleicher (External Site) 6 San Antonio 1875 - 1879
Christopher Upson (External Site) 6 San Antonio 1879 - 1883 (a)
James F. Miller (External Site) 8 Gonzales 1883 - 1887
Littleton Moore (External Site) 8 La Grange 1887 - 1893
Thomas PaschalJ (External Site) 12 San Antonio 1893 - 1895
George Noonan (External Site) 12 San Antonio 1895 1897
James Slayden (External Site) 12 San Antonio 1897 - 1919
Carlos Bee (External Site) 14 San Antonio 1919 - 1921
Harry Wurzbach (External Site) 14 San Antonio 1921 - 1931 (b) (c)
Augustus McCloskey (External Site) 14 San Antonio 1929 - 1930 (d)
Richard Kleberg (External Site) 14 King Ranch 1931 -1935 (e)
Maury Maverick (External Site) 14 San Antonio 1935 - 1939
Paul Kilday (External Site) 20 San Antonio 1939 - 1961 (f)
Henry B. Gonzalez (External Site) 20 San Antonio 1961 - 1999 (g)
O.C. Fisher (External Site) 20 San Angelo 1967 - 1975 (h)
Abraham Kazen (External Site) 21 Laredo 1967 - 1985 (i)
Bob Krueger (External Site) 23 New Braunfels 1975 - 1979
Tom Loeffler (External Site) 21 Hunt 1979 - 1987
Albert Bustamante (External Site) 21 San Antonio 1985 - 1993
Lamar Smith (External Site) 23 San Antonio 1987 - Present
Henry Bonilla (External Site) 21 San Antonio 1993 - 2007
Frank Tejeda (External Site) 28 San Antonio 1993 - 1997
Ciro D. Rodriguez (External Site) 28 San Antonio 1997 - 2005
Charles A. Gonzalez (External Site) 20 San Antonio 1998 - Present
Henry Cuellar (External Site) 28 Laredo 2005 - Present
Ciro D. Rodriguez (External Site) 23 San Antonio 2007 - Present
  1. Elected in a special election in 1879 after Schleicher died
  2. Regained seat after contesting 1929 election results
  3. Died in office in 1931
  4. Held seat for one year but lost seat when Wurzbach successfully contested 1928 election results
  5. Elected during a special election in 1931 after Wurzbach died and served until 1945, but lost Bexar County when 20th District was created in 1934
  6. Appointed by President Kennedy to seat on U.S. Military Court of Appeals in 1961
  7. Elected in a special election in 1961 to fill Kilday┬┤s seat
  8. Served from 1943-75 and gained part of Bexar County in 1967
  9. District was created in 1966 taking part of Bexar County