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United States Senators from Alabama

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List of United States Senators from Alabama (from the U.S. Senate web site - no links)

Alabama was admitted to the Union on December 14, 1819. The state elects U.S. senators to class 2 and class 3. Its United States Senate seats were declared vacant from March 1861 to July 1868 due to its secession from the Union during the American Civil War. Richard Shelby is Alabama's longest serving senator (served 1987–2023). Alabama's current U.S. senators are Republicans Tommy Tuberville (since 2021) and Katie Britt (since 2023). (Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 4.0)

United States Senators from Alabama - Class 2

  • William R. King
  • Dixon Hall Lewis
  • Benjamin Fitzpatrick
  • Jeremiah Clemens
  • Clement Claiborne Clay
  • Willard Warner
  • George Goldthwaite
  • John Tyler Morgan
  • John H. Bankhead
  • B. B. Comer
  • James Thomas Heflin
  • John H. Bankhead II
  • George R. Swift
  • John Sparkman
  • Howell Heflin
  • Jeff Sessions

United States Senators from Alabama - Class 3

  • John Williams Walker
  • William Kelly
  • Henry H. Chambers
  • Israel Pickens
  • John McKinley
  • Gabriel Moore
  • John McKinley
  • Clement Comer Clay
  • Arthur P. Bagby
  • William R. King
  • Benjamin Fitzpatrick
  • Benjamin Fitzpatrick
  • George E. Spencer
  • George S. Houston
  • Luke Pryor
  • James L. Pugh
  • Edmund Pettus
  • Joseph F. Johnston
  • Francis S. White
  • Oscar Underwood
  • Hugo Black
  • Dixie Bibb Graves
  • J. Lister Hill
  • James Allen
  • Maryon Pittman Allen
  • Donald W. Stewart
  • Jeremiah Denton
  • Richard Shelby
  • Katie Britt