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Encyclopedia > List of United States Senators from Florida

Florida was admitted to the Union on March 3, 1845. 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 1

Senator Party From To
David L. Yulee Democrat 1845 1851
Stephen R. Mallory Democrat 1851 1861
Vacant 1861 1868
Adonijah S. Welch Republican 1868 1869
Abijah Gilbert Republican 1869 1875
Charles W. Jones Democrat 1875 1887
Samuel Pasco Democrat 1887 1899
James P. Taliaferro Democrat 1899 1911
Nathan P. Bryan Democrat 1911 1917
Park Trammell Democrat 1917 1936
Scott M. Loftin Democrat 1936
Charles O. Andrews Democrat 1936 1946
Spessard L. Holland Democrat 1946 1971
Lawton Chiles Democrat 1971 1989
Connie Mack
(Cornelius H.
McGillicuddy, III)
Republican 1989 2001
Bill Nelson Democrat 2001

Class 3

Senator Party From To
James D. Wescott, Jr. Democrat 1845 1849
Jackson Morton Whig 1849 1855
David L. Yulee Democrat 1855 1861
Vacant 1861 1868
Thomas W. Osborn Republican 1868 1873
Simon B. Conover Republican 1873 1879
Wilkinson Call Democrat 1879 1897
Stephen R. Mallory, Jr. Democrat 1897 1907
William James Bryan Democrat 1907 1908
William H. Milton Democrat 1908 1909
Duncan U. Fletcher Democrat 1909 1936
William L. Hill Democrat 1936
Claude Pepper Democrat 1936 1951
George A. Smathers Democrat 1951 1969
Edward J. Gurney Republican 1969 1974
Richard Stone Democrat 1975 1980
Paula Hawkins Republican 1981 1987
Bob Graham Democrat 1987 2005
Mel Martinez Republican 2005

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