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List of United States senators from New York

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Current delegation

Below is a list of U.S. senators who have represented the State of New York in the United States Senate since 1789. The date of the start of the tenure is either the first day of the legislative term (Senators who were elected regularly before the term began), or the day when they took the seat (U.S. senators who were elected in special elections to fill vacancies, or after the term began). Daniel Patrick Moynihan was the longest serving senator of New York (1977–2001). New York's current U.S. senators are Democrats Chuck Schumer (serving since 1999, also serving as Senate Democratic Leader since 2017) and Kirsten Gillibrand (serving since 2009).

List of senators

Class 1

Class 1 senators belong to the electoral cycle that has recently been contested in 2006, 2010 (special election), 2012, and 2018. The next election will be in 2024.

C

Class 3

Class 3 senators belong to the electoral cycle that has recently been contested in 2004, 2010, 2016, and 2022. The next election will be in 2028.

# Senator Party Dates in office Electoral history T T Electoral history Dates in office Party Senator #
1
Schuyler.jpg

Philip Schuyler
Pro-
Admin.
Jul 27, 1789 –
Mar 3, 1791
Elected in 1789.

Lost re-election.
1 1st 1 Elected in 1789. Jul 25, 1789 –
May 23, 1796
Pro-
Admin.
Gilbert Stuart - Portrait of Rufus King (1819-1820) - Google Art Project.jpg

Rufus King
1
2
Burr (cropped 3x4).jpg

Aaron Burr
Anti-
Admin.
Mar 4, 1791 –
Mar 3, 1797
Elected in 1791.
Lost re-election.
2 2nd
3rd
Democratic-
Republican
4th 2 Re-elected in 1795.
Resigned to become U.S. Minister to Great Britain.
Federalist
Vacant May 23, 1796 –
Dec 8, 1796
Vacant
Elected to finish King's term.
Resigned.
Dec 8, 1796 –
Aug 1800
Federalist
JohnLaurance.jpg

John Laurance
2
3
Schuyler.jpg

Philip Schuyler
Federalist Mar 4, 1797 –
Jan 3, 1798
Elected in 1797.
Resigned due to ill health.
3 5th
Vacant Jan 3, 1798 –
Jan 11, 1798
Vacant
4
JohnSlossHobart.jpg

John Sloss Hobart
Federalist Jan 11, 1798 –
Apr 16, 1798
Elected to finish Schuyler's term.
Resigned to become federal judge.
Vacant Apr 16, 1798 –
May 5, 1798
Vacant
5
General William North.jpg

William North
Federalist May 5, 1798 –
Aug 17, 1798
Appointed to continue Hobart's term.
Successor elected.
6
JamesWatsonCongress.jpg

James Watson
Federalist Aug 17, 1798 –
Mar 19, 1800
Elected to finish Hobart's term.
Resigned to become Naval Officer of the Port of New York.
6th
Vacant Mar 19, 1800 –
May 3, 1800
Vacant
7
Gouverneur Morris.jpg

Gouverneur Morris
Federalist May 3, 1800 –
Mar 3, 1803
Elected to finish Watson's term.
Lost re-election.
Vacant Aug 1800 –
Nov 6, 1800
Vacant
Elected to finish Laurance's term. Nov 6, 1800 –
Feb 5, 1802
Democratic-
Republican
John Armstrong Jr Rembrandt Peale.jpg

John Armstrong Jr.
3
7th 3 Re-elected in 1801.
Resigned.
Vacant Feb 5, 1802 –
Feb 23, 1802
Vacant
Elected to finish Armstrong's term.
Resigned.
Feb 23, 1802 –
Nov 4, 1803
Democratic-
Republican
John Wesley Jarvis - DeWitt Clinton - Google Art Project.jpg

DeWitt Clinton
4
8
TheodorusBailey.jpg

Theodorus Bailey
Democratic-
Republican
Mar 4, 1803 –
Jan 16, 1804
Elected in 1803.
Resigned.
4 8th
Vacant Nov 4, 1803 –
Dec 8, 1803
Vacant
Appointed to continue Clinton's term.
Resigned; Elected to the Class 1 seat.
Dec 8, 1803 –
Feb 23, 1804
Democratic-
Republican
John Armstrong Jr Rembrandt Peale.jpg

John Armstrong Jr.
5
Vacant Jan 16, 1804 –
Feb 25, 1804
Vacant
Elected to finish Armstrong's term. Feb 23, 1804 –
Mar 3, 1813
Democratic-
Republican
John SmithNY.jpg

John Smith
6
9
John Armstrong Jr Rembrandt Peale.jpg

John Armstrong Jr.
Democratic-
Republican
Feb 25, 1804 –
Jun 30, 1804
Elected to finish Bailey's term.
Resigned to become U.S. Minister to France.
Vacant Jun 30, 1804 –
Nov 23, 1804
Vacant
10
Samuel Latham Mitchill.jpg

Samuel L. Mitchill
Democratic-
Republican
Nov 23, 1804 –
Mar 3, 1809
Elected to finish Armstrong's term.
Lost re-election.
9th
10th 4 Re-elected in 1807.
Retired or lost re-election.
11 Obadiah German Democratic-
Republican
Mar 4, 1809 –
Mar 3, 1815
Elected in 1809.
Retired.
5 11th
12th
13th 5 Elected in 1813.
Legislature failed to elect.
Mar 4, 1813 –
Mar 3, 1819
Federalist
Gilbert Stuart - Portrait of Rufus King (1819-1820) - Google Art Project.jpg

Rufus King
7
12
NathanSanford.JPG

Nathan Sanford
Democratic-
Republican
Mar 4, 1815 –
Mar 3, 1821
Elected in 1815.
Lost re-election.
6 14th
15th
16th 6 Vacant Mar 4, 1819 –
Jan 25, 1820
Vacant
Re-elected late.
Retired.
Jan 25, 1820 –
Mar 3, 1825
Federalist
Gilbert Stuart - Portrait of Rufus King (1819-1820) - Google Art Project.jpg

Rufus King
13
Francis Alexander - Martin Van Buren - Google Art Project.jpg

Martin Van Buren
Democratic-
Republican

/Bucktail
Mar 4, 1821 –
Dec 20, 1828
Elected in 1821. 7 17th
18th
Jacksonian 19th 7 Legislature failed to elect. Mar 4, 1825 –
Jan 31, 1826
Vacant
Elected late.
Retired.
Jan 31, 1826 –
Mar 3, 1831
National
Republican
NathanSanford.JPG

Nathan Sanford
8
Re-elected in 1827.
Resigned to become N.Y. Governor.
8 20th
Vacant Dec 20, 1828 –
Jan 15, 1829
Vacant
14
Charles E. Dudley bioguide.jpg

Charles E. Dudley
Jacksonian Jan 15, 1829 –
Mar 3, 1833
Elected to finish Van Buren's term.
Retired or lost re-election.
21st
22nd 8 Elected in 1831.
Resigned; elected N.Y. Governor.
Mar 4, 1831 –
Jan 1, 1833
Jacksonian
William L. Marcy - Brady-Handy.jpg

William L. Marcy
9
Vacant Jan 1, 1833 –
Jan 14, 1833
Vacant
Elected to finish Marcy's term. Jan 4, 1833 –
Nov 26, 1844
Jacksonian
SWhightJr.jpg

Silas Wright Jr.
10
15
Nathaniel P. Tallmadge bioguide.jpg

Nathaniel P. Tallmadge
Jacksonian Mar 4, 1833 –
Mar 3, 1839
Elected in 1833.
Legislature failed to re-elect.
9 23rd
24th
Democratic 25th 9 Re-elected in 1837. Democratic
Vacant Mar 4, 1839 –
Jan 27, 1840
Vacant 10 26th
Nathaniel P. Tallmadge bioguide.jpg

Nathaniel P. Tallmadge
Whig Jan 27, 1840 –
Jun 17, 1844
Elected late.
Resigned to become Governor of Wisconsin Territory.
27th
28th 10 Re-elected in 1843.
Resigned when elected N.Y. Governor.
Vacant Jun 17, 1844 –
Dec 9, 1844
Vacant
Vacant Nov 26, 1844 –
Nov 30, 1844
Vacant
Appointed to continue Wright's term.
Lost election for remainder of Wright's term.
Nov 30, 1844 –
Jan 27, 1845
Democratic
Henry A. Foster (U.S. Senator from New York).jpg
Henry A. Foster
11
16
Daniel Dickinson NY.jpg

Daniel S. Dickinson
Democratic Dec 9, 1844 –
Mar 3, 1851
Appointed to continue Tallmadge's term.
Elected to finish Tallmadge's term.
Elected to finish Wright's term.
Lost re-election.
Jan 27, 1845 –
Mar 3, 1849
Democratic
Younger-JADix2.jpg

John Adams Dix
12
Elected to full term in 1845.
Lost re-election.
11 29th
30th
31st 11 Elected in 1849. Mar 4, 1849 –
Mar 3, 1861
Whig
WmHSeward.jpg

William H. Seward
13
Vacant Mar 4, 1851 –
Dec 1, 1851
Vacant 12 32nd
17
Fish-Hamilton-LOC.jpg

Hamilton Fish
Whig Dec 1, 1851 –
Mar 3, 1857
Elected late.
Retired.
33rd
34th 12 Re-elected in 1855.
Retired to become Secretary of State
Republican[a]
18
Preston King - Brady-Handy.jpg

Preston King
Republican Mar 4, 1857 –
Mar 3, 1863
Elected in 1857.
Lost renomination.
13 35th
36th
37th 13 Elected in 1861.
Lost re-nomination.
Mar 4, 1861 –
Mar 3, 1867
Republican
Ira Harris.jpg

Ira Harris
14
19
EDMorgan.jpg

Edwin D. Morgan
Republican Mar 4, 1863 –
Mar 3, 1869
Elected in 1863.
Lost re-nomination.
14 38th
39th
40th 14 Elected in 1867. Mar 4, 1867 –
May 16, 1881
Republican
RConkling.jpg

Roscoe Conkling
15
20
Reuben Fenton - Brady-Handy.jpg

Reuben Fenton
Republican Mar 4, 1869 –
Mar 3, 1875
Elected in 1869.
Not an active candidate for renomination in 1875.[1]
15 41st
42nd
Liberal Republican
Republican 43rd 15 Re-elected in 1873.
21
Francis Kernan - Brady-Handy.jpg

Francis Kernan
Democratic Mar 4, 1875 –
Mar 3, 1881
Elected in 1875.
Lost re-election.
16 44th
45th
46th 16 Re-elected in 1879.
Resigned.
22
Thomas C. Platt - Brady-Handy.jpg

Thomas C. Platt
Republican Mar 4, 1881 –
May 16, 1881
Elected in 1881.
Resigned.
17 47th
Vacant May 16, 1881 –
Jul 27, 1881
Vacant Vacant May 16, 1881 –
Jul 29, 1881
Vacant
23
Warner Miller bioguide.jpg

Warner Miller
Republican Jul 27, 1881 –
Mar 3, 1887
Elected to finish Platt's term.
Lost re-election.
Elected to finish Conkling's term.
Retired.
Jul 29, 1881 –
Mar 3, 1885
Republican
Elbridge G. Lapham - Brady-Handy.jpg

Elbridge G. Lapham
16
48th
49th 17 Elected in 1885.
Lost re-election.
Mar 4, 1885 –
Mar 3, 1891
Republican
William M. Evarts - Brady-Handy.jpg

William M. Evarts
17
24
Frank Hiscock bioguide.jpg

Frank Hiscock
Republican Mar 4, 1887 –
Mar 3, 1893
Elected in 1887.
Lost re-election.
18 50th
51st
52nd 18 Vacant Mar 4, 1891 –
Jan 7, 1892
Vacant
Elected in 1891, but took his seat only after term as N.Y. Governor ended.
Lost re-election.
Jan 7, 1892 –
Mar 3, 1897
Democratic
DavidBHill.jpg

David B. Hill
18
25
Edward Murphy Jr.jpg

Edward Murphy Jr.
Democratic Mar 4, 1893 –
Mar 3, 1899
Elected in 1893.
Lost re-election.
19 53rd
54th
55th 19 Elected Jan 20, 1897. Mar 4, 1897 –
Mar 3, 1909
Republican
Thomas C Platt US Sen NY.jpg

Thomas C. Platt
19
26
CMDepew.jpg

Chauncey Depew
Republican Mar 4, 1899 –
Mar 3, 1911
Elected in 1899. 20 56th
57th
58th 20 Re-elected Jan 20, 1903.
Retired.
Re-elected in 1905.
Lost re-election.
21 59th
60th
61st 21 Elected Jan 19, 1909.
Retired.
Mar 4, 1909 –
Mar 3, 1915
Republican
Elihu Root, bw photo portrait, 1902.jpg

Elihu Root
20
Vacant Mar 3, 1911 –
Apr 4, 1911
Vacant 22 62nd
27
JamesOGorman.jpg

James A. O'Gorman
Democratic Apr 4, 1911 –
Mar 3, 1917
Elected Mar 31, 1911.
Retired.
63rd
64th 22 Elected in 1914. Mar 4, 1915 –
Mar 3, 1927
Republican
JWWadsworth.jpg

James W. Wadsworth Jr.
21
28
William M Calder.jpg

William M. Calder
Republican Mar 4, 1917 –
Mar 3, 1923
Elected in 1916.
Lost re-election.
23 65th
66th
67th 23 Re-elected in 1920.
Lost re-election.
29
Copeland.jpg

Royal S. Copeland
Democratic Mar 4, 1923 –
Jun 17, 1938
Elected in 1922. 24 68th
69th
70th 24 Elected in 1926. Mar 4, 1927 –
Jun 28, 1949
Democratic WAGNER, ROBERT. SENATOR LCCN2016862639.tif
Robert F. Wagner
22
Re-elected in 1928. 25 71st
72nd
73rd 25 Re-elected in 1932.
Re-elected in 1934.
Died.
26 74th
75th
Vacant Jun 17, 1938 –
Dec 3, 1938
Vacant
30
James Mead.jpg

James M. Mead
Democratic Dec 3, 1938 –
Jan 3, 1947
Elected to finish Copeland's term.
76th 26 Re-elected in 1938.
Re-elected in 1940.
Retired to run for N.Y. Governor.
27 77th
78th
79th 27 Re-elected in 1944.
Resigned due to ill health.
31
Irving Ives.jpg

Irving Ives
Republican Jan 3, 1947 –
Jan 3, 1959
Elected in 1946. 28 80th
81st
Vacant Jun 28, 1949 –
Jul 7, 1949
Vacant
Appointed to continue Wagner's term.
Lost election to finish Wagner's term.
Jul 7, 1949 –
Nov 8, 1949
Republican
JohnFosterDulles.jpeg

John Foster Dulles
23
Elected to finish Wagner's term. Nov 9, 1949 –
Jan 3, 1957
Democratic
Herbert Lehman.jpg

Herbert H. Lehman
24
82nd 28 Re-elected in 1950.
Retired.
Re-elected in 1952.
Retired.
29 83rd
84th
85th 29 Vacant Jan 3, 1957 –
Jan 9, 1957
Vacant
Elected in 1956, but took seat late to remain N.Y. Attorney General. Jan 9, 1957 –
Jan 3, 1981
Republican
Jacob Javits.jpg

Jacob Javits
25
32
Senator Kenneth Keating.jpg

Kenneth Keating
Republican Jan 3, 1959 –
Jan 3, 1965
Elected in 1958.
Lost re-election.
30 86th
87th
88th 30 Re-elected in 1962.
33
Robert F. Kennedy receives award (1).jpg

Robert F. Kennedy
Democratic Jan 3, 1965 –
Jun 6, 1968
Elected in 1964.
Died.
31 89th
90th
Vacant Jun 6, 1968 –
Sep 10, 1968
Vacant
34
Goodell.jpg

Charles Goodell
Republican Sep 10, 1968 –
Jan 3, 1971
Appointed to finish Kennedy's term.
Lost election to a full term.
91st 31 Re-elected in 1968.
35
JamesLBuckley.jpg

James L. Buckley
Conservative Jan 3, 1971 –
Jan 3, 1977
Elected in 1970.
Changed parties in 1976.
Lost re-election.
32 92nd
93rd
94th 32 Re-elected in 1974.
Lost renomination and then lost re-election as a Liberal.
Republican
36
DanielPatrickMoynihan.jpg

Daniel Patrick Moynihan
Democratic Jan 3, 1977 –
Jan 3, 2001
Elected in 1976. 33 95th
96th
97th 33 Elected in 1980. Jan 3, 1981 –
Jan 3, 1999
Republican
Alfonse D'Amato.jpg

Al D'Amato
26
Re-elected in 1982. 34 98th
99th
100th 34 Re-elected in 1986.
Re-elected in 1988. 35 101st
102nd
103rd 35 Re-elected in 1992.
Lost re-election.
Re-elected in 1994.
Retired.
36 104th
105th
106th 36 Elected in 1998. Jan 3, 1999 –
Present
Democratic
Charles Schumer official portrait.jpg

Chuck Schumer
27
37
Hillary Rodham Clinton.jpg

Hillary Clinton
Democratic Jan 3, 2001 –
Jan 21, 2009
Elected in 2000. 37 107th
108th
109th 37 Re-elected in 2004.
Re-elected in 2006.
Resigned to become U.S. Secretary of State.
38 110th
111th
Vacant Jan 21, 2009 –
Jan 26, 2009
Vacant
38
Kirsten Gillibrand, official portrait, 112th Congress.jpg

Kirsten Gillibrand
Democratic Jan 26, 2009 –
Present
Appointed to continue Clinton's term.
Elected in 2010 to finish Clinton's term.
112th 38 Re-elected in 2010.
Re-elected in 2012. 39 113th
114th
115th 39 Re-elected in 2016.
Re-elected in 2018. 40 116th
117th
118th 40 Re-elected in 2022.
To be determined in the 2024 election. 41 119th
120th
121st 41 To be determined in the 2028 election.
# Senator Party Years in office Electoral history T   T Electoral history Years in office Party Senator #
Class 1 Class 3

Living former senators

As of November 2022, there are three living former U.S. senators from New York. The most recent and most recently serving senator to die was Daniel Patrick Moynihan (served 1977–2001) on March 26, 2003.

Senator Term of office Date of birth (and current age)
James L. Buckley January 3, 1971 – January 3, 1977 (1923-03-09) March 9, 1923 (age 99)
Al D'Amato January 3, 1981 – January 3, 1999 (1937-08-01) August 1, 1937 (age 85)
Hillary Clinton January 3, 2001 – January 21, 2009 (1947-10-26) October 26, 1947 (age 75)

Superlatives

Longest service

Senator First served Last served Length of service
Daniel Patrick Moynihan January 3, 1977 January 3, 2001 24 years, 0 days
(8,766 days)
Jacob Javits January 9, 1957 January 3, 1981 23 years, 360 days
(8,760 days)
Chuck Schumer January 3, 1999 Present 23 years, 323 days
(8,724 days)
Robert F. Wagner March 4, 1927 June 28, 1949 22 years, 116 days
(8,152 days)
Al D'Amato January 3, 1981 January 3, 1999 18 years, 0 days
(6,574 days)

Shortest service

Senator First served Last served Length of service
Henry A. Foster November 30, 1844 January 27, 1845 1 month and 4 weeks
(58 days)
John Sloss Hobart January 11, 1798 April 16, 1798 3 months and 5 days
(95 days)
William North May 5, 1798 August 17, 1798 3 months, 1 week and 5 days
(104 days)
John Foster Dulles July 7, 1949 November 8, 1949 4 months and 1 day
(124 days)
Theodorus Bailey March 4, 1803 January 16, 1804 10 months, 1 week and 5 days
(318 days)

Youngest at beginning of service

Senator Date of birth First served Age
DeWitt Clinton March 2, 1769 February 9, 1802 32 years, 11 months and 7 days
Rufus King March 24, 1755 July 25, 1789 34 years, 4 months and 1 day
Aaron Burr February 6, 1756 March 4, 1791 35 years and 26 days
Nathan Sanford November 5, 1777 March 4, 1815 37 years, 3 months and 27 days
Roscoe Conkling October 30, 1829 March 4, 1867 37 years, 4 months and 4 days

Oldest at end of service

Senator Date of birth Last served Age
Herbert H. Lehman March 28, 1878 January 3, 1957 78 years, 9 months and 6 days
Chauncey Depew April 23, 1834 March 3, 1911 76 years, 10 months and 8 days
Jacob Javits May 18, 1904 January 3, 1981 76 years, 7 months and 16 days
Thomas C. Platt July 15, 1833 March 3, 1909 75 years, 7 months and 16 days
Daniel Patrick Moynihan March 16, 1927 January 3, 2001 73 years, 9 months and 18 days

See also

Notes

  1. ^ William H. Seward was re-elected in 1855 as a Whig, but became a Republican shortly thereafter.

References

  1. ^ "Hon. Edwin D. Morgan Nominated by the Republican Caucus for United States senator". Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. Rochester, NY. January 19, 1875. p. 1. The caucus proceeded to ballot, with the following result: Morgan, 40; Dix, 13; Wheeler, 2; Fenton, 2; blank, 5.
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