Daniel S. Earhart

Daniel Scofield Earhart ( born May 28, 1907 in Columbus, Ohio; † January 2, 1976 ) was an American politician of the Democratic Party. From 1936 to 1937 he was a member of the House of Representatives of the United States for the 23th Congressional District of the State of Ohio.


Daniel Scofield Earhart was born in the capital of Ohio, Columbus. He attended the public schools of general education. At Ohio State University, he first attended the School of Engineering. In 1928, he received his law degree from ibid. In the same year he was admitted to the bar and opened a law firm in Columbus.

As a candidate of the Democratic Party, he was chosen as successor to the late Charles V. Truax for the 23th District of Ohio in the U.S. House of Representatives. His mandate, he stepped up to November 3, 1936. He resigned two months later again from the Congress of. In the congressional elections of 1936 he had not let up. After retiring from Congress, he went back to his home state to get back to work as a lawyer to be able to. In 1941, he joined the United States Army Air Forces. There he served until 1953, most recently as a major. Until his death in 1976, he worked as a lawyer in Columbus again, where he died. His body was cremated and buried in the Green Lawn Cemetery.