Vacancies and Successors, 106th Congress (1999–2001)

106th Congress, 1st Session

State and DistrictReason for Vacancy and Successor
Georgia, 6th  The Honorable Newt Gingrich (R) announced his intention to not take his seat in the 106th Congress, and was therefore not sworn in as a Member of the 106th Congress.

The Honorable Johnny Isakson (R) was elected February 23, 1999, in a special election. Representative Isakson was added to the rolls of the House upon executing the oath of office on February 25, 1999.
Louisiana, 1st The Honorable Bob Livingston (R) resigned from the 106th Congress on March 1, 1999.

The Honorable David Vitter (R) was elected May 29, 1999, in a special election. Representative Vitter was added to the rolls of the House upon executing the oath of office on June 8, 1999.
California, 42nd

The Honorable George E. Brown, Jr. (D) died on July 15, 1999. 

The Honorable Joe Baca (D) was elected in a special election on November 16, 1999. Representative Baca was added to the rolls of the House upon executing the oath of office on November 18, 1999.

106th Congress, 2nd Session

State and DistrictReason for Vacancy and Successor
Virginia, 1st The Honorable Herbert H. Bateman (R) died on September 11, 2000. 

Vacancy throughout the remainder of the Congress.
Minnesota, 4th The Honorable Bruce F. Vento (D) died on October 10, 2000.

Vacancy throughout the remainder of the Congress.
California, 32ndThe Honorable Julian C. Dixon (D) died on December 8, 2000, before the start of the 107th Congress.

Vacancy throughout the remainder of the Congress.