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Encyclopedia > List of United States Senators from Maine

Maine was admitted to the Union on March 15, 1820.


Class 1

Senator Party From To
John Holmes Democrat, National Republican 1820 1827
Albion K. Parris Democrat 1827 1828
John Holmes National Republican 1829 1833
Ether Shepley Democrat 1833 1836
Judah Dana Democrat 1836 1837
Reuel Williams Democrat 1837 1843
John Fairfield Democrat 1843 1847
Wyman B. S. Moor Democrat 1848 1848
Hannibal Hamlin Democrat, Republican 1848 1857
Amos Nourse Republican 1857 1857
Hannibal Hamlin Republican 1857 1861
Lot M. Morrill Republican 1861 1869
Hannibal Hamlin Republican 1869 1881
Eugene Hale Republican 1881 1911
Charles F. Johnson Democrat 1911 1917
Frederick Hale Republican 1917 1941
Ralph O. Brewster Republican 1941 1952
Frederick G. Payne Republican 1953 1959
Edmund S. Muskie Democrat 1959 1980
George J. Mitchell Democrat 1980 1995
Olympia J. Snowe Republican 1995

Class 2

Senator Party From To
John Chandler Democrat 1820 1829
Peleg Sprague National Republican 1829 1835
John Ruggles Democrat 1835 1841
George Evans Whig 1841 1847
James W. Bradbury Democrat 1847 1853
William P. Fessenden Whig, Republican 1854 1864
Nathan A. Farwell Republican 1864 1865
William P. Fessenden Republican 1865 1869
Lot M. Morrill Republican 1869 1876
James G. Blaine Republican 1876 1881
William P. Frye Republican 1881 1911
Obadiah Gardner Democrat 1911 1913
Edwin C. Burleigh Republican 1913 1916
Bert M. Fernald Republican 1916 1926
Arthur R. Gould Republican 1926 1931
Wallace H. White Jr. Republican 1931 1949
Margaret Chase Smith Republican 1949 1973
William D. Hathaway Democrat 1973 1979
William S. Cohen Republican 1979 1997
Susan M. Collins Republican 1997

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