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Encyclopedia > List of United States Senators from Alabama

Alabama was admitted to the Union on December 14 1819. Its Senate seats were declared vacant in March 1861 owing to its purported secession from the Union. They were again filled from July 1868.

Class 2

Senator Party From To
William R. King Democrat 1819 1844
Dixon H. Lewis Democrat 1844 1848
Benjamin Fitzpatrick Democrat 1848 1849
Jeremiah Clemens Democrat 1849 1853
Clement C. Clay, Jr. Democrat 1853 1861
Vacant 1861 1868
Willard Warner Republican 1868 1871
George T. Goldthwaite Democrat 1871 1877
John T. Morgan Democrat 1877 1907
John H. Bankhead Democrat 1907 1920
Braxton B. Comer Democrat 1920
J. Thomas Heflin Democrat 1920 1931
John H. Bankhead II Democrat 1931 1946
George R. Swift Democrat 1946
John J. Sparkman Democrat 1946 1979
Howell T. Heflin Democrat 1979 1997
Jefferson B. Sessions III Republican 1997

Class 3

Senator Party From To
John W. Walker Democrat 1819 1822
William Kelly Democrat 1822 1825
Henry H. Chambers Democrat 1825 1826
Israel Pickens Democrat 1826 1826
John McKinley Democrat 1826 1831
Gabriel Moore Democrat 1831 1837
John McKinley Democrat 1837 1837
Clement C. Clay, Jr. Democrat 1837 1841
Arthur P. Bagby Democrat 1841 1848
William R. King Democrat 1848 1852
Benjamin Fitzpatrick Democrat 1853 1861
Vacant 1861 1868
George E. Spencer Republican 1868 1879
George S. Houston Democrat 1879
Luke Pryor Democrat 1880
James L. Pugh Democrat 1880 1897
Edmund W. Pettus Democrat 1897 1907
Joseph F. Johnston Democrat 1907 1913
Henry D. Clayton Democrat 1913
Franklin P. Glass Democrat 1913 1914
Francis S. White Democrat 1914 1915
Oscar W. Underwood Democrat 1915 1927
Hugo L. Black Democrat 1927 1937
Dixie B. Graves Democrat 1937 1938
J. Lister Hill Democrat 1938 1969
James B. Allen Democrat 1969 1978
Maryon P. Allen Democrat 1978
Donald W. Stewart Democrat 1978 1981
Jeremiah A. Denton Jr. Republican 1981 1987
Richard C. Shelby Democrat, Republican 1987

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