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New Hampshire ratified the Constitution on June 21, 1788.

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Class II Senators

Class 2 U.S. Senators belong to the electoral cycle that were elected for two sessions of the U.S. Congress in the first election of 1788 and whose seats in recent years are contested in 1996, 2002, 2008, and 2014.

# Senator Took office Left office Party Residence Background Congress Term
1 Paine Wingate Paine wingate.jpg March 4, 1789 March 3, 1793 Anti-Administration Stratham Delegate to the Continental Congress 1 1
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2 Samuel Livermore Samuel Livermore.jpg March 4, 1793 June 12, 1801 Pro-Administration Holderness U.S. Representative At-large 3 2
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3 Simeon Olcott SimeonOlcott.jpg June 17, 1801 March 3, 1805 Federalist Charlestown Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Superior Court
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4 Nicholas Gilman Nicholas Gilman.jpeg March 4, 1805 May 2, 1814 Democratic-Republican Exeter U.S. Representative At-large 9 4
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5 Thomas W. Thompson Thomas Weston Thompson.jpg June 24, 1814 March 3, 1817 Federalist Concord Treasurer of New Hampshire
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6 David L. Morril David Lawrence Morril.jpg March 4, 1817 March 3, 1823 Democratic-Republican Goffstown Speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives 15 6
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7 Samuel Bell SamuelBell.jpg March 4, 1823 March 3, 1835 National Republican Chester Governor of New Hampshire 18 7
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8 Henry Hubbard HenryHubbard.jpg March 4, 1835 March 3, 1841 Democratic Charlestown U.S. Representative At-large 24 9
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9 Levi Woodbury Levi Woodbury.jpg March 4, 1841 November 20, 1845 Democratic Portsmouth U.S. Secretary of the Treasury 27 10
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10 Benning Wentworth Jenness BWJenness.jpg December 1, 1845 June 13, 1846 Democratic Strafford Merchant
11 Joseph Cilley JosephCilley.jpg June 13, 1846 March 3, 1847 Democratic/Liberty Nottingham Soldier
12 John Parker Hale JPHale.jpg March 4, 1847 March 3, 1853 Free Soil Dover U.S. Representative At-large 30 11
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13 Charles G. Atherton CharlesGAtherton.jpg March 4, 1853 November 15, 1853 Democratic Nashua U.S. Senator 33 12
14 Jared W. Williams JWWilliams.jpg November 29, 1853 July 15, 1854 Democratic Lancaster Governor of New Hampshire
Vacant July 15, 1854 July 30, 1855 34
15 John Parker Hale JPHale.jpg July 30, 1855 March 3, 1865 Republican Dover U.S. Senator
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16 Aaron H. Cragin AaronCragin.jpg March 4, 1865 March 3, 1877 Republican Lebanon U.S. Representative
(3rd District)
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17 Edward H. Rollins Edward H. Rollins - Brady-Handy.jpg March 4, 1877 March 3, 1883 Republican Concord U.S. Representative
(2nd District)
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18 Austin F. Pike Austin F. Pike - Brady-Handy.jpg March 4, 1883 October 8, 1886 Republican Franklin U.S. Representative
(2nd District)
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19 Person Colby Cheney Govpersoncheney.jpg November 14, 1886 June 14, 1887 Republican Manchester Governor of New Hampshire
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20 William Eaton Chandler William E. Chandler - Brady-Handy.jpg June 14, 1887 March 3, 1889 Republican Concord U.S. Secretary of the Navy
21 Gilman Marston Gilman Marston - Brady-Handy.jpg March 4, 1889 June 18, 1889 Republican Exeter U.S. Representative
(1st District)
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22 William Eaton Chandler William E. Chandler - Brady-Handy.jpg June 18, 1889 March 3, 1901 Republican Concord U.S. Senator
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23 Henry E. Burnham HenryBurham.jpg March 4, 1901 March 3, 1913 Republican Manchester Banker 57 20
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24 Henry French Hollis File:Henry French Hollis.jpg March 13, 1913 March 3, 1919 Democratic Concord Banker 63 22
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25 Henry W. Keyes GHWKeyes.jpg March 4, 1919 January 3, 1937 Republican Haverhill Governor of New Hampshire 66 23
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26 H. Styles Bridges January 3, 1937 November 26, 1961 Republican Concord Governor of New Hampshire 75 26
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27 Maurice J. Murphy, Jr. MauriceMurphy.jpg January 10, 1962 November 6, 1962 Republican Portsmouth Attorney General of New Hampshire
28 Thomas J. McIntyre M000486.jpg November 7, 1962 January 3, 1979 Democratic Laconia Lawyer
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29 Gordon J. Humphrey Gordon Humphrey.JPG January 3, 1979 December 4, 1990 Republican Sunapee, Chichester Pilot 96 33
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30 Robert C. Smith Robert C Smith.jpg December 7, 1990 January 3, 2003 Republican Tuftonboro U.S. Representative
(1st District)
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31 John E. Sununu John E. Sununu.jpg January 3, 2003 January 3, 2009 Republican Bedford, Waterville Valley U.S. Representative
(1st District)
108 37
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32 Jeanne Shaheen Jeanne Shaheen, official Senate photo portrait, 2009.jpg January 3, 2009 Incumbent Democratic Madbury Governor of New Hampshire 111 38

Class III Senators

Class 3 U.S. Senators belong to the electoral cycle that were elected for three sessions of the U.S. Congress in the first election of 1788 and whose seats in recent years are contested in 1998, 2004, 2010, and 2016.

# Senator Took office Left office Party Residence Background Congress Term
1 John Langdon John langdon.jpg March 4, 1789 March 3, 1801 Pro-Administration Portsmouth Delegate to the Constitutional Convention 1 1
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Anti-Administration 3
Democratic-Republican 4 2
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2 James Sheafe JamesSheafe.jpg March 4, 1801 June 14, 1802 Federalist Portsmouth U.S. Representative At-large 7 3
3 William Plumer WPlumer.jpg June 17, 1802 March 3, 1807 Federalist Epping New Hampshire House of Representatives
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4 Nahum Parker March 4, 1807 June 1, 1810 Democratic-Republican Fitzwilliam New Hampshire House of Representatives 10 4
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5 Charles Cutts June 21, 1810 June 10, 1813 Democratic-Republican Portsmouth Speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives
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6 Jeremiah Mason JeremiahMason.jpg June 10, 1813 June 16, 1817 Federalist Portsmouth Attorney General of New Hampshire
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7 Clement Storer ClementStorer.jpg June 27, 1817 March 3, 1819 Democratic-Republican Portsmouth U.S. Representative At-large
8 John Fabyan Parrott JohnParrott.jpg March 4, 1819 March 3, 1825 Democratic-Republican Portsmouth U.S. Representative At-large 16 6
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9 Levi Woodbury Levi Woodbury.jpg March 16, 1825 March 3, 1831 Jacksonian Portsmouth Governor of New Hampshire 19 7
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10 Isaac Hill IsaacHill.jpg March 4, 1831 May 30, 1836 Jacksonian Concord Second Comptroller of the U.S. Treasury 22 8
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11 John Page John-Page-NH.jpg June 8, 1836 March 3, 1837 Jacksonian Haverhill New Hampshire House of Representatives
12 Franklin Pierce Franklin Pierce.jpg March 4, 1837 February 28, 1842 Democratic Concord U.S. Representative At-large 25 9
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13 Leonard Wilcox W000458.jpg March 1, 1842 March 3, 1843 Democratic Orford Lawyer and Banker
14 Charles G. Atherton CharlesGAtherton.jpg March 4, 1843 March 3, 1849 Democratic Nashua U.S. Representative At-large 28 10
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15 Moses Norris, Jr. MNorrisJr.jpg March 4, 1849 January 11, 1855 Democratic Manchester Speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives 31 11
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16 John S. Wells JSWelles.jpg January 16, 1855 March 3, 1855 Democratic Exeter President of the New Hampshire Senate
Vacant March 4, 1855 July 29, 1855 34 12
17 James Bell JasBell.jpg July 30, 1855 May 26, 1857 Republican Laconia New Hampshire House of Representatives
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18 Daniel Clark Daniel Clark 1809-1891 - Brady-Handy.jpg June 27, 1857 July 27, 1866 Republican Manchester New Hampshire House of Representatives
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19 George G. Fogg GeorgeFogg.jpg August 31, 1866 March 3, 1867 Republican Concord Minister Resident to Switzerland
20 James W. Patterson James W. Patterson - Brady-Handy.jpg March 4, 1867 March 3, 1873 Republican Hanover U.S. Representative
(3rd District)
40 14
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21 Bainbridge Wadleigh Bainbridge Wadleigh - Brady-Handy.jpg March 4, 1873 March 3, 1879 Republican Milford New Hampshire House of Representatives 43 15
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22 Charles H. Bell CharlesBell.jpg March 18, 1879 June 18, 1879 Republican Exeter President of the New Hampshire Senate 46 16
23 Henry W. Blair Henry W. Blair - Brady-Handy.jpg June 20, 1879 March 3, 1891 Republican Plymouth, Manchester U.S. Representative
(3rd District)
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24 Jacob Harold Gallinger Jacob Harold Gallinger.jpg March 4, 1891 August 17, 1918 Republican Concord U.S. Representative
(2nd District)
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25 Irving W. Drew IrvingDrew.jpg September 2, 1918 November 5, 1918 Republican Lancaster Businessman
26 George H. Moses GeorgeHMoses.jpg November 6, 1918 March 3, 1933 Republican Concord Minister to Greece and Montenegro
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27 Fred H. Brown GFHBrown.jpg March 4, 1933 January 3, 1939 Democratic Somersworth Governor of New Hampshire 73 25
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28 Charles W. Tobey January 3, 1939 July 24, 1953 Republican Temple U.S. Representative
(2nd District)
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29 Robert W. Upton RobertUpton.jpg August 14, 1953 November 7, 1954 Republican Concord Lawyer
30 Norris H. Cotton Norris Cotton.jpg November 8, 1954 December 31, 1974 Republican Lebanon U.S. Representative
(2nd District)
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31 Louis C. Wyman WymanLouis(R-NH).jpg December 31, 1974 January 3, 1975 Republican Manchester U.S. Representative
(1st District)
Vacant due to contested election between Louis C. Wyman and John A. Durkin January 3, 1975 August 8, 1975 94 32
32 Norris H. Cotton Norris Cotton.jpg August 8, 1975 September 18, 1975 Republican Lebanon U.S. Senator
33 John A. Durkin D000574.jpg September 18, 1975 December 29, 1980 Democratic Manchester New Hampshire Insurance Commissioner
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34 Warren Rudman Rudman.jpg December 29, 1980 January 3, 1993 Republican Nashua, Hollis Attorney General of New Hampshire
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35 Judd Gregg Judd Gregg.jpg January 3, 1993 Incumbent Republican Greenfield, Rye Governor of New Hampshire 103 35
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