United States Senators

Wyoming is represented in the United States Congress by two senators, elected at large, who serve 6 year terms.

Seat A



Name (Party)

Term in Office

Birth

Death
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Joseph M. Carey (D)

1890-1895

DE, 1845

Cheyenne, 1924
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Frances E. Warren (R)

1895-1929

MA, 1844

DC, 1929


Patrick Sullivan (R)[1]

1929-1930

Ireland, 1865

CA, 1935
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Robert D. Carey (R)

1931-1937

Cheyenne, 1878

Cheyenne, 1937
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Henry H. Schwartz (D)

1937-1943

OH, 1869

Casper, 1955
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E.V. Robertson (R)

1943-1949

Wales, 1881

1963
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Lester C. Hunt (D)

1949-1954

IL, 1892

DC, 1954
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Edward D. Crippa (R)[2]

1954-1955

Rock Springs, 1899

Rock Springs, 1960
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Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D)

1955-1961

MA, 1884

DC, 1962


Edwin Keith Thomson (R) [3]



Newcastle, 1919

near Cody, 1960
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J.J. Hickey (D)[4]

1961-1963

Rawlins, 1911

1970
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Milward Simpson (R)

1963-1967

Jackson, 1897

Cody, 1993
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Clifford P. Hansen (R)

1967-1979

Teton Co., 1912

Teton Co., 2009
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Alan K. Simpson (R)

1979-1997

CO, 1931




Mike Enzi (R)

1997-

WA, 1944



Seat B



Name

Term in Office

Birth

Death
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Francis E. Warren (R)

1890-1892

MA, 1844

DC, 1929
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Clarence D. Clark

1895-1917 [5]

NY, 1851

Evanston, 1930
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John B. Kendrick (D) [6]

1917-1933

TX, 1857

Sheridan, 1933
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Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D)

1933-1953

MA, 1884

DC, 1962
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Frank A. Barrett (R)

1953-1959

NE, 1896

Cheyenne 1962


Gale McGee (D)

1959-1977

NE, 1915

DC, 1992
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Malcolm Wallop (R)

1977-1995

NY, 1933

Big Horn Co., 2011
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Craig Thomas (R)[7]

1995-2007

Cody, 1933

MD, 2007


John A. Barrasso (R) [8]

2007-

PA, 1952



  1. ^ Appointed to fill unexpired term.
  2. ^ Appointed to fill unexpired term.
  3. ^ Thomson was elected in November 1960 but died one month later before being seated.
  4. ^ Appointed to fill unexpired term.
  5. ^ A vacancy occurred for two years from 1893-95. A. C. Beckwith was appointed to the seat but did not serve.
  6. ^ Kendrick was first senator popularly elected (not chosen by legislature).
  7. ^ Thomas, who had been reelected in November, 2006, died June 4, 2007. Barrasso was appointed and began service June 25, 2007, to fill out the first two years of Thomas’ term with an election to be held in 2008 for the remaining four years of the term.
  8. ^ Appointed to fill unexpired term.