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Encyclopedia > List of United States Senators from Washington

Washington was admitted to the Union on November 11, 1889.


Class 1

Senator Party From To
John B. Allen Republican 1889 1893
John L. Wilson Republican 1895 1899
Addison G. Foster Republican 1899 1905
Samuel H. Piles Republican 1905 1911
Miles Poindexter Republican 1911 1923
Clarence C. Dill Democrat 1923 1935
Lewis B. Schwellenbach Democrat 1935 1940
Monrad C. Wallgren Democrat 1940 1945
Hugh B. Mitchell Democrat 1945 1946
Harry P. Cain Republican 1946 1953
Henry M. Jackson Democrat 1953 1983
Daniel J. Evans Republican 1983 1989
Slade Gorton Republican 1989 2001
Maria Cantwell Democrat 2001

Class 3

Senator Party From To
Watson C. Squire Republican 1889 1897
John B. Allen Republican 1893 1893
George Turner Democrat 1897 1903
Levi Ankeny Republican 1903 1909
Wesley L. Jones Republican 1909 1932
Elijah S. Grammer Republican 1932 1933
Homer T. Bone Democrat 1933 1944
Warren G. Magnuson Democrat 1944 1981
Slade Gorton Republican 1981 1987
Brock Adams Democrat 1987 1993
Patty Murray Democrat 1993

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