List of United States Senators from Wyoming: Wikis

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Wyoming was admitted to the Union on June 10, 1890, and elects United States Senators to Class I and Class II. Its current senators are Mike Enzi and John Barrasso.

Contents

Class I

Senator Party Took office Left office Reason Other offices/Notes
Francis E. Warren Francis E. Warren.jpg Republican November 18, 1890 March 4, 1893 Governor of Wyoming (1890)
Governor of the Wyoming Territory (1885–1886; 1889–1890)
Also served in Wyomings's Class II seat
Clarence D. Clark Clarence Don Clark.jpg Republican January 23, 1895 March 4, 1917 Lost re-election U.S. Representative (1890–1893)
John B. Kendrick JohnBKendrick.jpg Democratic March 4, 1917 November 3, 1933 Died Governor of Wyoming (1915–1917)
Joseph C. O'Mahoney JosephCOMahoney.jpg Democratic January 1, 1934 January 3, 1953 Lost re-election Commissioner on Uniform State Laws
Also served in Wyoming's Class II seat
Frank A. Barrett FrankABarrett.jpg Republican January 3, 1953 January 3, 1959 Lost re-election U.S. Representative (1943–1950)
Governor of Wyoming (1951–1953)
Gale W. McGee M000445.jpg Democratic January 3, 1959 January 3, 1977 Lost re-election Ambassador to the Organization of American States (1977–1981)
Malcolm Wallop Malcolmwallop.JPG Republican January 3, 1977 January 3, 1995 Retired
Craig Thomas Thomascraigportrait.jpg Republican January 3, 1995 June 4, 2007 Died U.S. Representative (1989–1995)
John Barrasso Sen. John Barrasso Official Portrait 7.17.07.jpg Republican January 3, 2007 Present Incumbent

Class II

Senator Party Took office Left office Reason Other offices/Notes
Joseph M. Carey JosephMCarey.jpg Republican 1890 1895 Wyoming Territory Delegate to Congress (1885–1890)
Justice of the Wyoming Territory Supreme Court (1871–1876)
Mayor of Cheyenne (1881–1885)
Francis E. Warren Francis E. Warren.jpg Republican March 4, 1895 November 24, 1929 Died Governor of Wyoming (1890)
Governor of the Wyoming Territory (1885–1886; 1889–1890)
Also served in Wyoming's Class I seat
Patrick J. Sullivan Patrick Joseph Sullivan.jpg Republican December 5, 1929 November 20, 1930 Successor qualified[1]
Robert D. Carey Robert Davis Carey.jpg Republican December 1, 1930 January 3, 1937 Lost re-election Governor of Wyoming (1919–1923)
Henry H. Schwartz HenryHSchwartz.jpg Democratic January 3, 1937 January 3, 1943 Lost re-election
Edward V. Robertson Edward V Robinson.jpg Republican January 3, 1943 January 3, 1949 Lost re-election
Lester C. Hunt Lester Hunt.jpg Democratic January 3, 1949 June 19, 1954 Died Governor of Wyoming (1943–1949)
Wyoming Secretary of State (1935–1943)
Edward D. Crippa Edward David Crippa.jpg Republican June 24, 1954 November 28, 1954 Successor qualified[2]
Joseph C. O'Mahoney JosephCOMahoney.jpg Democratic November 29, 1954 January 3, 1961 Retired Commissioner on Uniform State Laws
Also served in Wyoming's Class I seat
John J. Hickey John Joseph Hickey.jpg Democratic January 3, 1961 November 6, 1962 Lost special election[3] Governor of Wyoming (1959–1961)
Milward L. Simpson Milwardsimpson.jpg Republican November 7, 1962 January 3, 1967 Retired Governor of Wyoming (1955–1959)
Clifford P. Hansen Clifford Hansen.jpg Republican January 3, 1967 December 31, 1978 Resigned[4] Governor of Wyoming (1963–1967)
Alan K. Simpson Alan Kooi Simpson.jpg Republican January 1, 1979 January 3, 1997 Retired Senate Republican Whip (1985–1995)
Mike Enzi Mike Enzi official portrait.jpg Republican January 3, 1997 Present Incumbent

References

  1. ^ Sullivan was appointed to fill the vacancy caused by Francis Warren's death, but was not a candidate in the election to fill the remainder of the term.
  2. ^ Crippa was appointed to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Lester Hunt, but was not a candidate in the special election.
  3. ^ Hickey was appointed to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Keith Thompson, who was elected to the term beginning January 3, 1961, but died before he could take his seat.
  4. ^ Hansen was not a candidate in the 1966 election, and resigned early.

See also

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