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Members of the U.S. Senate, 113th Congress

Below lists the members of the Senate in the United States' 113th Congress following the November 2012 elections. Dates in left column indicate term in office; birth years are given in parentheses after party affiliation. All terms are for six years and expire in January.

See also: Current and historical biographies of every U.S. congressional member

113th Congress

Alabama 1987–2017 Richard Shelby (R) (1934)
1997–2015 Jeff Sessions (R) (1946)
Alaska 2009–2015 Mark Begich (D) (1962)
2011–2017 Lisa Murkowski (R) (1957)
Arizona 1987–2017 John McCain (R) (1936)
2013–2019 Jeff Flake (R) (1962)
Arkansas 2011-2017 John Boozman (R) (1950)
2003–2015 Mark Pryor (D) (1963)
California 1993–2019 Dianne Feinstein (D) (1933)
1993-2017 Barbara Boxer (D) (1940)
Colorado 2009–2015 Mark Udall (D) (1950)
2009–2015 Michael Bennet (D) (1964)
Connecticut 2011–2017 Richard Blumenthal (D) (1946)
2013–2019 Christopher Murphy (D) (1973)
Delaware 2011–2017 Christopher Coons (D) (1963)
2001–2019 Thomas R. Carper (D) (1947)
Florida 2001–2019 Bill Nelson (D) (1942)
2011–2017 Marco Rubio (R) (1971)
Georgia 2009–2015 Saxby Chambliss (R) (1943)
2005–2017 Johnny Isakson (R) (1944)
Hawaii 2012–2015 Brian Schatz1 (1972)
2013–2019 Mazie Hirono (D) (1947)
Idaho 2009–2015 Jim Risch (R) (1943)
1999–2017 Mike Crapo (R) (1951)
Illinois 1997–2015 Richard J. Durbin (D) (1944)
2011–2017 Mark Steven Kirk (R) (1959)
Indiana 2011–2017 Daniel R. Coats (R) (1943)
2013–2019 Joseph Donnelly, Sr. (D) (1955)
Iowa 1981–2017 Charles E. Grassley (R) (1933)
1985–2015 Tom Harkin (D) (1939)
Kansas 2011–2017 Jerry Moran (R) (1954)
1997–2015 Pat Roberts (R) (1936)
Kentucky 1985–2015 Mitch McConnell (R) (1942)
2011–2017 Rand Paul (R) (1963)
Louisiana 1997–2015 Mary L. Landrieu (D) (1955)
2005–2017 David Vitter (R) (1961)
Maine 1997–2015 Susan M. Collins (R) (1952)
2013–2019 Angus King (I) (1944)
Maryland 1987–2017 Barbara A. Mikulski (D) (1936)
2007–2019 Ben Cardin (D) (1943)
Massachusetts 2013–2019 Elizabeth Warren (D) (1949)
2013–2015 Edward Markey (D) (1946)
Michigan 1979–2015 Carl Levin (D) (1934)
2001–2019 Debbie A. Stabenow (D) (1950)
Minnesota 2001–2015 Al Franken (D) (1951)
2007–2019 Amy Klobuchar (D) (1960)
Mississippi 1979–2015 Thad Cochran (R) (1937)
2007–2015 Roger Wicker (R) (1951)
Missouri 2011–2017 Roy Blunt (R) (1950)
2007–2019 Claire McCaskill (D) (1953)
Montana 2007–2019 Jon Tester (D) (1956)
2014–2015 John Walsh3 (D) (1960)
Nebraska 2009–2015 Mike Johanns (R) (1950)
2013–2019 Debra Fischer (R) (1951)
Nevada 1987–2017 Harry Reid (D) (1939)
2001–2019 Dean Heller (R) (1960)
New Hampshire 2011–2017 Kelly Ayotte (R) (1968)
2009–2015 Jeanne Shaheen (D) (1947)
New Jersey 2007–2019 Bob Menendez (D) (1954)
2003–2015 Cory Booker (D) (1969)2
New Mexico 2009–2015 Tom Udall (D) (1948)
2013–2019 Martin Heinrich (D) (1971)
New York 1999–2017 Charles E. Schumer (D) (1950)
2009–2019 Kirsten Gillibrand (D) (1947)
North Carolina 2009–2015 Kay Hagan (D) (1951)
2005–2015 Richard Burr (R) (1955)
North Dakota 2013–2019 Heidi Heitkamp (D) (1955)
2011–2017 John Hoeven (R) (1957)
Ohio 2011–2017 Rob Portman (R) (1955)
2007–2019 Sherrod Brown (D) (1952)
Oklahoma 1994–2015 James Inhofe (R) (1934)
2005–2017 Tom Coburn (R) (1948)
Oregon 1996–2017 Ron Wyden (D) (1949)
2009–2015 Jeff Merkley (D) (1956)
Pennsylvania 2011–2017 Pat Toomey (R) (1961)
2007–2019 Bob Casey (D) (1960)
Rhode Island 1997–2015 Jack Reed (D) (1949)
2007–2019 Sheldon Whitehouse (D) (1955)
South Carolina 2003–2015 Lindsey Graham (R) (1955)
2005–2017 Jim DeMint (R) (1951)
South Dakota 1997–2015 Tim Johnson (D) (1946)
2005–2017 John R. Thune (R) (1961)
Tennessee 2003–2015 Lamar Alexander (R) (1940)
2007–2019 Bob Corker (R) (1952)
Texas 2013–2019 Ted Cruz (R) (1970)
2003–2015 John Cornyn (R) (1952)
Utah 1977–2019 Orrin G. Hatch (R) (1934)
2011–2017 Mike Lee (R) (1971)
Vermont 1975–2017 Patrick J. Leahy (D) (1940)
2007–2019 Bernie Sanders (I) (1941)
Virginia 2009–2015 Mark Warner (D) (1954)
2013–2019 Tim Kaine (D) (1958)
Washington 1993–2017 Patty Murray (D) (1950)
2001–2019 Maria Cantwell (D) (1958)
West Virginia 2011–2017 Joe Manchin (D) (1947)
1985–2015 John D. Jay Rockefeller IV (D) (1937)
Wisconsin 1993–2017 Ron Johnson (R) (1955)
2013–2019 Tammy Baldwin (D) (1962)
Wyoming 2009–2015 John Barrasso (R) (1952)
1997–2015 Michael B. Enzi (R) (1944)

1 = Brian Schatz was appointed to replace Daniel Inouye, who died in December 2012.

2 = Cory Booker won a special election in October 2013 to succeed Frank Lautenberg, who died in office.

3 = John Walsh was appointed in February 2014 to replace Max Baucus, who became ambassador to China.

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