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Encyclopedia > List of United States Senators from Tennessee

Tennessee was admitted to the Union on June 1, 1796. Its Senate seats were declared vacant in March 1862 owing to its purported secession from the Union. They were again filled from July 1866.


Class 1

Senator Party From To
William Cocke Democrat 1796 1797
Andrew Jackson Democrat 1797 1798
Daniel Smith Democrat 1798
Joseph Anderson Democrat 1797 1815
George W. Campbell Democrat 1811 1814
John H. Eaton Democrat 1818 1829
Felix Grundy Democrat 1829 1838
Ephraim H. Foster Whig 1838 1839
Felix Grundy Democrat 1839 1840
Alfred O. P. Nicholson Democrat 1840 1842
Vacant 1842 1843
Ephraim H. Foster Whig 1843 1845
Hopkins L. Turney Democrat 1845 1851
James C. Jones Whig,
Democrat
1851 1857
Andrew Johnson Democrat 1857 1862
Vacant 1862 1866
David T. Patterson Unionist,
Democrat
1866 1869
William G. Brownlow Republican 1869 1875
Andrew Johnson Democrat 1875
David M. Key Democrat 1875 1877
James E. Bailey Democrat 1877 1881
Howell E. Jackson Democrat 1881 1886
Washington C. Whitthorne Democrat 1886 1887
William B. Bate Democrat 1887 1905
James B. Frazier Democrat 1905 1911
Luke Lea Democrat 1911 1917
Kenneth D. McKellar Democrat 1917 1953
Albert Gore, Sr. Democrat 1953 1971
Bill Brock Republican 1971 1977
Jim Sasser Democrat 1977 1995
Bill Frist Republican 1995

Class 2

Senator Party From To
William Blount Democrat 1796 1797
William Cocke Democrat 1799 1805
Daniel Smith Democrat 1805 1809
Jenkin Whiteside Democrat 1809 1811
Jesse Wharton Democrat 1814 1815
George W. Campbell Democrat 1815 1818
John Williams Democrat 1815 1823
Andrew Jackson Democrat 1823 1825
Hugh Lawson White Democrat,
National
Republican,
Whig
1835 1840
Alexander O. Anderson Democrat 1840 1841
SpencerJarnagin Whig 1843 1847
John Bell Whig 1847 1859
Alfred O. P. Nicholson Democrat 1859 1861
Vacant 1861 1866
Joseph S. Fowler Unionist,
Republican
1866 1871
Henry Cooper Democrat 1871 1877
Isham G. Harris Democrat 1877 1897
Thomas B. Turley Democrat 1897 1901
Edward W. Carmack Democrat 1901 1907
Robert L. Taylor Democrat 1907 1912
Newell Sanders Republican 1912 1913
William R. Webb Democrat 1913 1913
John K. Shields Democrat 1913 1925
Lawrence D. Tyson Democrat 1925 1929
William Emerson Brock Democrat 1929 1931
Cordell Hull Democrat 1931 1933
Nathan L. Bachman Democrat 1933 1937
George L. Berry Democrat 1937 1938
Arthur T. Stewart Democrat 1939 1949
Estes Kefauver Democrat 1949 1963
Herbert S. Walters Democrat 1963 1964
Ross Bass Democrat 1964 1967
Howard H. Baker, Jr. Republican 1967 1985
Al Gore Democrat 1985 1993
Harlan Mathews Democrat 1993 1994
Fred Thompson Republican 1994 2003
Lamar Alexander Republican 2003

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