Fifty one MPs represented 3rd constituency until 2013
Fifty one candidates had succeeded in representing the second constituency in the past 12 parliamentary sessions since 1981 till parliament of 2013. Among the most runners for the 2nd constituency which grouped the 7th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 14th in the 25 constituency formation were Ahmad Al-Saadoun who represented the constituency for nine legislative terms besides his membership in the invalidated parliament of 2012.
He was followed by Dr Naser Al-Sanea, Waleed Al-Tabtabaei, winner in the invalidated parliament of February 2012, both represented the constituency for five legislative terms, whereas Saleh Al-Fadhala who represented the constituency for five legislative terms.
Adel Al-Sarawi and Faisal Al-Mislem, winner in the invalidated February 2012 parliament, Ali Saleh Al-Omair, winner in the invalidated February and December 2102 parliaments and membership in the 2013 parliament, represented the constituency for four legislative terms. Hmoud Al-Jabri, Jasem Menahi Al-Osaimi, Jaser Al-Rajhi, Mohammad Al-Marshad, Sami AlMunayes, Waleed Al-Osaimi, Faisal Al-Shaya, Rowdhan Al-Rowdhan and Jamal Al-Omar represented the constituency for three legislative terms. Ahmad Al-Khateeb, Ahmad Al-Kulaib, Ali Al-Saeed and Saleh Al-Mulla represented the constituency for two legislative terms.
The constituency was represented for one legislative term by Ahmad Al-Mulaifi, member in the invalidated parliament of December 2012, Mohammad Al-Adsani, Esa Al-Shaheen, Yousef Al-Ghanim and Naser Sanhat Al-Osaimi, Abdulrazaq Al-Sanea, Naser Al-Bannai, Abdulaziz AlAdsani, Abdusallam Al-Osaimi, Bader AlJeean, Ahmad Al-Duaij, Ahmad Al-Rubei, Bader Al-Farsi, Basel Al-Rashed, Abdulaziz Al-Shayji, Naji Al-Abdulhadi, Aseel Al-Awadhi, Rola Dashti, Khalil Abdullah, member in the invalidated December 2012 parliament, Safa Al-Hashem, member in invalidated December 2012 parliament and member in the 2013 parliament from which she resigned, Mohammad Al-Jabri, member in the invalidated December 2012 parliament, Yaqoub Al-Sanea, member in the invalidated parliament of December 2012, Abdulkareem Al-Kanderi, who resigned from parliament of 2013, Nabil AlFadhl, member in the invalidated parliaments of February and December 2012 and membership in the 2013 parliament, Ali Al-Khamees, Abdullah Maayouf and Fares Al-Otaibi.
Mohammad Al-Adsani had won for four times the post of Speaker of the National Assembly in 1981 whereas Ahmad Al-Saadoun became Speaker in 1985, 1992, 1996 and the invalidated parliament of 2012. The constituency saw since 1981 six out of 31 elected ministers.
In the government line-up in 1992, Jasem Al-Oun became Minister of Social Affairs and Labor and in 1994 he became Minister of Communications and Minister of Electricity and Water whereas the Social Affairs and Labor ministry was given to Ahmad Al-Kulaib. Kulaib then became Minister of Justice and Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs in 1998. MPs of the constituency did not assume any ministerial post in the government line-ups for the years 1981, 1985, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2007 and 2008 as well as in the invalidated parliaments of February and December 2012.
Rowdhan Al-Rowdhan became Minister of Health in the first government formation in 1999 and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs in the 2nd formation in 1999. Ahmad Al-Mulaifi was appointed Minister of Education and Higher Education in 2011. Ali Al-Omair assumed the portfolio of Ministry of Oil and State Ministry for National Assembly Affairs in January 2014 and became Minister of Public Works and State Ministry for National Assembly Affairs after resignation of Ahmad Khaled Al-Jassar. In October 2014, Yaqoub Al-Sane was appointed Minister of Justice and Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs.