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Encyclopedia > List of United States Senators from Maryland

Maryland ratified the Constitution on April 28, 1788.


Class 1

Senator Party From To
Charles Carroll Federalist 1789 1792
Richard Potts Federalist 1793 1796
John E. Howard Federalist 1796 1803
Samuel Smith Democrat 1803 1815
Robert G. Harper Federalist 1816
Alexander C. Hanson Federalist 1816 1819
William Pinkney Democrat 1819 1822
Samuel Smith Democrat 1822 1833
Joseph Kent National
Republican,
Whig
1833 1837
William D. Merrick Whig 1838 1845
Reverdy Johnson Whig 1845 1849
David Stewart Whig 1849 1850
Thomas G. Pratt Whig,
Democrat
1850 1857
Kennedy Anthony Unionist 1857 1863
Reverdy Johnson Union
Democrat
1863 1868
William Pinkney Whyte Democrat 1868 1869
William T. Hamilton Democrat 1869 1875
William Pinkney Whyte Democrat 1875 1881
Arthur P. Gorman Democrat 1881 1899
Louis E. McComas Republican 1899 1905
Isidor Rayner Democrat 1905 1912
William P. Jackson Republican 1912 1914
Blair Lee Democrat 1914 1917
Joseph I. France Republican 1917 1923
William C. Bruce Democrat 1923 1929
Phillips Lee Goldsborough Republican 1929 1935
George W. Radcliffe Democrat 1935 1947
Herbert O'Conor Democrat 1947 1953
J. Glenn Beall Republican 1953 1965
Joseph D. Tydings Democrat 1965 1971
J. Glenn Beall, Jr. Republican 1971 1977
Paul Sarbanes Democrat 1977

Class 3

Senator Party From To
John Henry Federalist 1789 1797
James Lloyd Federalist 1797 1800
William Hindman Federalist 1800 1801
Robert Wright Democrat 1801 1806
Philip Reed Democrat 1806 1813
Robert H. Goldsborough Federalist 1813 1819
Edward Lloyd Democrat 1819 1826
Ezekiel F. Chambers National
Republican
1826 1834
Robert H. Goldsborough National
Republican
1835 1836
John S. Spence Whig 1836 1840
John L. Kerr Whig 1841 1843
James A. Pearce Whig,
Democrat
1843 1862
Thomas H. Hicks Unionist,
Republican
1862 1865
John A. J. Creswell Republican 1865 1867
Philip F. Thomas Democrat 1867 1868
George Vickers Democrat 1868 1873
George R. Dennis Democrat 1873 1879
James B. Groome Democrat 1879 1885
Ephraim K. Wilson Democrat 1885 1891
Charles H. Gibson Democrat 1891 1897
George L. Wellington Republican,
Progressive
1897 1903
Arthur P. Gorman Democrat 1903 1906
William Pinkney Whyte Democrat 1906 1908
John Walter Smith Democrat 1908 1921
Ovington E. Weller Republican 1921 1927
Millard Tydings Democrat 1927 1951
John M. Butler Republican 1951 1963
Daniel B. Brewster Democrat 1963 1969
Charles Mathias, Jr. Republican 1969 1987
Barbara Mikulski Democrat 1987

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