House Office Building Rooms used by Future Presidential Nominees 

5 Presidents and 6 major presidential nominees have used rooms in the House Office Buildings at some point in their careers. The chart below shows the rooms used by Presidents and nominees whose careers included House service after 1908, when the first House office building opened. Presidents are identified in bold. Office assignments provided are the numbers currently used for a given room.

Individual
(House Service)
StatePartyPresidential Campaign Office AssignmentYears of
Occupancy
James M. Cox (1909-1913) OhioD1920 (lost) 410 Cannon 1909–1913
John W. Davis (1911-1913) West VirginiaD1924 (lost) 428 Cannon 1911–1913
John F. Kennedy (1947-1953)MassachusettsD1960 (won) 315 and 317 Cannon 1947–1952
Richard M. Nixon (1947-1951)CaliforniaR1960 (lost)

1968 (won)

1972 (won)
510 Cannon 1947–1950
Lyndon B. Johnson (1937-1949)TexasD1964 (won) 427 Cannon

1320 Longworth

504 Cannon
1937–1938

1939–1942

1943–1948
George McGovern (1957-1961)South DakotaD1972 (lost) 114 Cannon 1957–1960 
Gerald R. Ford (1949-1973)MichiganR 1976 (lost) 316 Cannon

335 and 339 Cannon

H–230 Capitol
1949–1954

1955–1964

1965–1974
John B. Anderson (1961-1981)AndersonR 1980 (lost) 1418 Longworth

1225 Longworth

1101 Longworth
1961–1966

1967–1968

1969–1980
George H.W. Bush (1967-1971)TexasR1988 (won)

1992 (lost)
1607 and 1609 Longworth 1967–1970
Robert J. Dole (1961-1969)KansasR1996 (lost) 230 Cannon

233 Cannon

231 Cannon

109 Cannon
1961–1964

1965

1965–1966

1967–1968
Albert Gore, Jr. (1977-1985)TennesseeD2000 (lost) 1725 Longworth

1417 Longworth

1131 Longworth
1977–1978

1979–1980

1981–1984
John S. McCain III (1983-1985)ArizonaR 2008 (lost) 1123 Longworth 1983–1984