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List of United States Senators born outside the United States

This is a list of United States Senators born outside the United States. It includes Senators born outside the United States, Senators born to American parents outside the United States, and Senators born in territories outside the United States that were later incorporated into the United States.

Name Birthplace Current country State(s) represented Party Years
David H. Armstrong Nova Scotia  Canada Missouri Democratic 1877–1879
David Baird Ireland Northern Ireland New Jersey Republican 1918–1919
Edward Baker England  England Oregon Republican 1860–1861
James B. Beck Scotland  Scotland Kentucky Democratic 1877–1890
Judah P. Benjamin St. Croix U.S. Virgin Islands Louisiana Whig 1853–1859
Democratic 1859–1861
Rudy Boschwitz Germany  Germany Minnesota Republican 1978–1991
Pierce Butler Ireland  Ireland South Carolina Pro-Administration 1789–1791
Anti-Administration 1791–1795
Democratic-Republican 1795–1796, 1802–1804
Campbell, George W.George W. Campbell  Scotland  Scotland Tennessee Democratic-Republican 1811–1814, 1815–1818
Eugene Casserly Ireland  Ireland California Democratic 1869–1873
John Conness Ireland  Ireland California Democratic 1863–1869
James Couzens Canada  Canada Michigan Republican 1922–1936
Ted Cruz Canada  Canada Texas Republican 2013 - Present
James J. Davis Wales  Wales Pennsylvania Republican 1930–45
Charles E. Dudley England  England New York Jacksonian Democrat 1829–1833
James Graham Fair Ireland Northern Ireland Nevada Democratic 1881–1887
Eligius Fromentin France  France Louisiana Democratic-Republican 1813–1819
Albert Gallatin Geneva   Switzerland Pennsylvania Democratic-Republican 1793–1794[note 1]
Jacob Harold Gallinger Upper Canada  Canada New Hampshire Republican 1891–1918
Frank R. Gooding  England  England Idaho Republican 1921–1928
William Harper Antigua  Antigua and Barbuda South Carolina Jacksonian Democrat 1826
Sam Hayakawa Canada  Canada California Republican 1977–1983
Mazie Hirono  Japan  Japan Hawaii Democratic 2013 – Present
William Hughes Ireland  Ireland New Jersey Democratic 1913–1918
James Jackson England  England Georgia Anti-Administration 1793–1795
Democratic-Republican 1801–1806
Magnus Johnson Sweden  Sweden Minnesota Farmer-Labor 1923–1925
Charles W. Jones Ireland  Ireland Florida Democratic 1875–1887
John P. Jones Ireland  Ireland Florida Democratic 1873–1903
Charles W. Jones England  England Nevada Republican 1873–1895
Silver 1895–1901
Thomas Kearns Canada  Canada Utah Republican 1901–1905
Octaviano Larrazolo Mexico  Mexico New Mexico Republican 1928–1929
John Laurance England  England New York Federalist 1796–1800
William Lorimer England  England Illinois Republican 1909–1912
Walter Lowrie Scotland  Scotland Pennsylvania Democratic-Republican 1819–1825
Stephen Mallory Trinidad  Trinidad and Tobago Florida Democratic 1851–1861
Lee Mantle England  England Montana Republican 1895–1899
Mel Martinez  Cuba  Cuba Florida Republican 2005–2009
James McMillan Upper Canada  Canada Michigan Republican 1889–1902
Joseph Millard Upper Canada  Canada Nebraska Republican 1901–1907
Robert Morris England  England Pennsylvania Pro-Administration 1789–1795
John Moses Sweden and Norway  Norway North Dakota Democratic 1945
Knute Nelson Norway  Norway Minnesota Republican 1895–1923
Samuel D. Nicholson Prince Edward Island  Canada Colorado Republican 1921–23
Samuel Pasco England  England Florida Democratic 1887–99
William Paterson Ireland Northern Ireland New Jersey Pro-Administration 1789–90
Thomas M. Patterson Ireland  Ireland Colorado Democratic 1901–07
Alexander Porter Ireland  Ireland Louisiana Whig 1833–37
Edward V. Robertson Wales  Wales Wyoming Republican 1943–47
Carl Schurz Prussia  Germany Missouri Republican 1869–75
Sewell, William JoyceWilliam Joyce Sewell Ireland  Ireland New Jersey Republican 1881–1887, 1895–1901
Shields, JamesJames Shields Ireland  Northern Ireland Illinois
Minnesota
Missouri
Democratic 1849–1885
1858–1859
1879
Simon, JosephJoseph Simon Hesse  Germany Oregon Republican 1898–1903
Soulé, PierrePierre Soulé France  France Louisiana Republican 1847, 1849–1853
Stephenson, IsaacIsaac Stephenson New Brunswick  Canada Wisconsin Republican 1907–1915
Sullivan, Patrick JosephPatrick Joseph Sullivan Ireland  Ireland Wyoming Republican 1929–1930
Sutherland, GeorgeGeorge Sutherland England  England Utah Republican 1905–1917
Taggart, ThomasThomas Taggart Ireland  Ireland Indiana Democratic 1916
Tiffin, EdwardEdward Tiffin England  England Ohio Democratic-Republican 1807–1809
Wagner, Robert FerdinandRobert Ferdinand Wagner Prussia  Germany New York Democratic 1927–1949
Walsh, PatrickPatrick Walsh Ireland  Ireland Georgia Democratic 1894–1895
Yulee, David LevyDavid Levy Yulee Saint Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands Florida Democratic 1845–1851, 1855–1861

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Notes

  1. ^ Gallatin won election to the Senate in 1793, and took the oath of office, but on the same day a petition was filed by nineteen Pennsylvania Federalists protesting that Gallatin did not have the minimum nine years of citizenship required to be a Senator. After two months of deliberation, the matter went before a Senate vote where Gallatin was removed from the Senate with a party-line vote of 14–12.

References

  • Senators Born Outside the United States – United States Senate
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