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John Guiher Hutchinson (born February 4, 1935) is a retired American politician, who served briefly as member of the United States House of Representatives from West Virginia's 3rd congressional district. He is a Democrat.

Hutchinson was born in Charleston. He graduated from West Virginia University in Morgantown in 1956. Before entering politics, he served from 1956 to 1958 in the United States Air Force, and rose to rank of First Lieutenant.

Hutchinson's public service career began in 1967, when he became Charleston treasurer, a post he held until 1971. He then served as Mayor of Charleston, the capital of West Virginia, from 1971 until 1980.

When longtime Representative and fellow Democrat John M. Slack, Jr. died in office on March 17, 1980, Hutchinson won the special election to fill Slack's vacancy in Congress. His short tenure began on June 30, 1980 and ended on January 3, 1981.

Hutchinson was defeated for his bid for own full term by Republican nominee Mick Staton. However, Staton himself served only one term, bringing about a very rare situation in the U.S. House, where a single district had no fewer than four occupant representatives within a three-year period, from 1980 to 1983. In sharp contrast, the last of those four men, Bob Wise, went on to serve for nine terms before becoming Governor in 2001.

After leaving politics, Hutchinson became a business executive in Charleston, where he currently resides.

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United States House of Representatives
Preceded by
John M. Slack, Jr.
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from West Virginia's 3rd congressional district

1980–1981
Succeeded by
Mick Staton