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Revision as of 14:40, 9 January 2012

New York was admitted as the 11th state to the United States of America on July 26, 1788. As of 2011, a total of 66 individuals have represented New York in the U.S. Senate.

The current members of the U.S. Senate from New York are:


Historical senators

The following individuals were elected to the U.S. Senate from New York.

Class 1

  • Philip J. Schuyler (PRO-ADMIN), serving from 1789-1791
  • Republican Party Aaron Burr, serving from 1791-1797
  • Philip J. Schuyler (F), serving from 1797-1798
  • John S. Hobart (F), serving from 1798-1798
  • William North (F), serving from 1798-1798
  • James Watson (F), serving from 1798-1800
  • Gouverneur Morris (F), serving from 1800-1803
  • Republican Party Theodorus Bailey, serving from 1803-1804
  • Republican Party John Armstrong, Jr., serving from 1804-1804
  • Republican Party Samuel L. Mitchill, serving from 1804-1809
  • Republican Party Obadiah German, serving from 1809-1815
  • Republican Party Nathan Sanford, serving from 1815-1821
  • Republican Party Martin Van Buren, serving from 1821-1828
  • Charles E. Dudley (J), serving from 1829-1833
  • Democratic Party Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, serving from 1833-1844
  • Democratic Party Daniel S. Dickinson, serving from 1844-1851
  • Hamilton Fish (W,OP), serving from 1851-1857
  • Republican Party Preston King, serving from 1857-1863
  • Republican Party Edwin D. Morgan, serving from 1863-1869
  • Republican Party Reuben E. Fenton, serving from 1869-1875
  • Democratic Party Francis Kernan, serving from 1875-1881
  • Republican Party Thomas C. Platt, serving from 1881-1881
  • Republican Party Warner Miller, serving from 1881-1887
  • Republican Party Frank Hiscock, serving from 1887-1893
  • Democratic Party Edward Murphy, Jr., serving from 1893-1899
  • Republican Party Chauncey M. Depew, serving from 1899-1911
  • Democratic Party James A. O'Gorman, serving from 1911-1917
  • Republican Party William M. Calder, serving from 1917-1923
  • Democratic Party Royal S. Copeland, serving from 1923-1938
  • Democratic Party James M. Mead, serving from 1938-1947
  • Republican Party Irving M. Ives, serving from 1947-1959
  • Republican Party Kenneth B. Keating, serving from 1959-1965
  • Democratic Party Robert F. Kennedy, serving from 1965-1968
  • Republican Party Charles E. Goodell, serving from 1968-1971
  • James L. Buckley (C), serving from 1971-1977
  • Democratic Party Daniel Patrick Moynihan, serving from 1977-2001
  • Democratic Party Hillary Rodham Clinton, serving from 2001-2009
  • Democratic Party Kirsten Gillibrand, serving from 2009-Present

Class 3

  • Rufus King (PRO-ADMIN,F), serving from 1789-1796
  • John Laurance (F), serving from 1796-1800
  • Republican Party John Armstrong, Jr., serving from 1800-1802
  • Republican Party De Witt Clinton, serving from 1802-1803
  • Republican Party John Armstrong, Jr., serving from 1803-1804
  • Republican Party John Smith, serving from 1804-1813
  • Rufus King (F,ADAMS-CLAY F), serving from 1813-1825
  • Nathan Sanford (ADAMS,AJ), serving from 1826-1831
  • William L. Marcy (J), serving from 1831-1833
  • Democratic Party Silas Wright, Jr., serving from 1833-1844
  • Democratic Party Henry A. Foster, serving from 1844-1845
  • Democratic Party John A. Dix, serving from 1845-1849
  • Republican Party William H. Seward, serving from 1849-1861
  • Republican Party Ira Harris, serving from 1861-1867
  • Republican Party Roscoe Conkling, serving from 1867-1881
  • Republican Party Elbridge G. Lapham, serving from 1881-1885
  • Republican Party William M. Evarts, serving from 1885-1891
  • Democratic Party David B. Hill, serving from 1892-1897
  • Republican Party Thomas C. Platt, serving from 1897-1909
  • Republican Party Elihu Root, serving from 1909-1915
  • Republican Party James W. Wadsworth, Jr., serving from 1915-1927
  • Democratic Party Robert F. Wagner, serving from 1927-1949
  • Republican Party John Foster Dulles, serving from 1949-1949
  • Democratic Party Herbert H. Lehman, serving from 1949-1957
  • Republican Party Jacob K. Javits, serving from 1957-1981
  • Republican Party Alfonse M. D'Amato, serving from 1981-1999
  • Democratic Party Charles Schumer, serving from 1999-Present

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