List of United States Senators from Virginia

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Virginia was admitted as the 10th state to the United States of America on June 25, 1788. As of 2013, a total of 60 individuals have represented Virginia in the U.S. Senate.

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


Historical senators

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

Class 1

  • William Grayson (ANTI-ADMIN), serving from 1789-1790
  • John Walker (PRO-ADMIN), serving from 1790-1790
  • James Monroe (ANTI-ADMIN), serving from 1790-1794
  • Republican Party Stevens T. Mason, serving from 1794-1803
  • Republican Party John Taylor, serving from 1803-1803
  • Republican Party Abraham B. Venable, serving from 1803-1804
  • Republican Party William B. Giles, serving from 1804-1804
  • Republican Party Andrew Moore, serving from 1804-1809
  • Republican Party Richard Brent, serving from 1809-1814
  • Republican Party James Barbour, serving from 1815-1825
  • John Randolph (Jacksonian), serving from 1825-1827
  • John Tyler (Jacksonian), serving from 1827-1836
  • Democratic Party William C. Rives, serving from 1836-1839
  • William C. Rives (Whig), serving from 1841-1845
  • Democratic Party Isaac S. Pennybacker, serving from 1845-1847
  • Democratic Party James M. Mason, serving from 1847-1861
  • Waitman T. Willey (Unionist), serving from 1861-1863
  • Lemuel J. Bowden (Unionist), serving from 1863-1864
  • Republican Party John F. Lewis, serving from 1870-1875
  • Democratic Party Robert E. Withers, serving from 1875-1881
  • Republican Party William Mahone, serving from 1881-1887
  • Democratic Party John W. Daniel, serving from 1887-1910
  • Democratic Party Claude A. Swanson, serving from 1910-1933
  • Democratic Party Harry Flood Byrd, serving from 1933-1965
  • Democratic Party Harry Flood Byrd, Jr., serving from 1965-1983
  • Republican Party Paul S. Trible, Jr., serving from 1983-1989
  • Democratic Party Charles S. Robb, serving from 1989-2001
  • Republican Party George F. Allen, serving from 2001-2007
  • Democratic Party Jim Webb, serving from 2007-2013
  • Democratic Party Tim Kaine, serving from 2013-Present


Class 2

  • Richard Henry Lee (ANTI-ADMIN), serving from 1789-1792
  • John Taylor (ANTI-ADMIN), serving from 1792-1794
  • Republican Party Henry Tazewell, serving from 1794-1799
  • Republican Party Wilson C. Nicholas, serving from 1799-1804
  • Republican Party Andrew Moore, serving from 1804-1804
  • Republican Party William B. Giles, serving from 1804-1815
  • Republican Party Armistead T. Mason, serving from 1816-1817
  • Republican Party John W. Eppes, serving from 1817-1819
  • Republican Party James Pleasants, serving from 1819-1822
  • Republican Party John Taylor, serving from 1822-1824
  • Littleton W. Tazewell (Jacksonian), serving from 1824-1832
  • William C. Rives (Jacksonian), serving from 1832-1834
  • Benjamin W. Leigh (Anti-Jackson), serving from 1834-1836
  • Democratic Party Richard E. Parker, serving from 1836-1837
  • Democratic Party William H. Roane, serving from 1837-1841
  • William S. Archer (Whig), serving from 1841-1847
  • Democratic Party Robert M. T. Hunter, serving from 1847-1861
  • John S. Carlile (Unionist), serving from 1861-1865
  • Democratic Party John W. Johnston, serving from 1870-1883
  • Republican Party Harrison H. Riddleberger, serving from 1883-1889
  • Democratic Party John S. Barbour, Jr., serving from 1889-1892
  • Democratic Party Eppa Hunton, serving from 1892-1895
  • Democratic Party Thomas S. Martin, serving from 1895-1919
  • Democratic Party Carter Glass, serving from 1920-1946
  • Democratic Party Thomas G. Burch, serving from 1946-1946
  • Democratic Party A. Willis Robertson, serving from 1946-1966
  • Democratic Party William B. Spong, Jr., serving from 1966-1973
  • Republican Party William L. Scott, serving from 1973-1979
  • Republican Party John W. Warner, serving from 1979-2009
  • Republican Party Mark Warner, serving from 2009-Present

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