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South Carolinamarker ratified the Constitution on May 23, 1788. Its Senate seats were declared vacant in July 1861 owing to its secession from the Union. They were again filled from July 1868.

South Carolina Class 2 Senators

Class 2 U.S. Senators belong to the electoral cycle that were elected for two sessions of the U.S. Congress in the first election of 1788 and whose seats in recent years are contested in 1996, 2002, 2008, and 2014.

# Senator Took office Left office Party Residence Background Congress Term
1 Pierce Butler March 4, 1789 October 25, 1796 Pro-Administration Charlestonmarker Delegate to Constitutional Convention 1 1
Anti-Administration 2
3 2
Democratic-Republican 4
2 John Hunter December 8, 1796 November 26, 1798 Democratic-Republican Newberrymarker U.S. Representative
5
3 Charles Pinckney December 6, 1798 June 6, 1801 Democratic-Republican Charlestonmarker Governor of South Carolina
6 3
7
4 Thomas Sumter December 15, 1801 December 16, 1810 Democratic-Republican Stateburgmarker U.S. Representative
8
9 4
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11
5 John Taylor December 31, 1810 November 1816 Democratic-Republican Columbiamarker U.S. Representative
12 5
13
14
6 William Smith December 4, 1816 March 3, 1823 Democratic-Republican Yorkvillemarker Judge of the South Carolina Circuit Court
15 6
16
17
7 Robert Young Hayne March 4, 1823 December 13, 1832 Jacksonian/Nullifier Charlestonmarker Attorney General of South Carolina 18 7
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21 8
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8 John C. Calhoun December 29, 1832 March 3, 1843 Nullifier/ Democratic Fort Hillmarker U.S. Vice President
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24 9
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26
27 10
9 Daniel Elliott Huger March 4, 1843 March 3, 1845 Democratic Charlestonmarker South Carolina Senate 28
10 John C. Calhoun November 26, 1845 March 31, 1850 Democratic Pendletonmarker U.S. Secretary of State 29
30 11
31
11 Franklin H. Elmore April 11, 1850 May 29, 1850 Democratic Columbiamarker President of the Bank of the State of South Carolina
12 Robert Woodward Barnwell June 4, 1850 December 8, 1850 Democratic Beaufortmarker President of South Carolina Collegemarker
13 Robert Barnwell Rhett December 18, 1850 May 7, 1852 Democratic Charlestonmarker U.S. Representative
32
14 William F. De Saussure May 10, 1852 March 3, 1853 Democratic Columbiamarker Lawyer
15 Josiah James Evans March 4, 1853 May 6, 1858 Democratic Society Hillmarker Judge of the South Carolina Supreme Court 33 12
34
35
16 Arthur P. Hayne May 11, 1858 December 2, 1858 Democratic Charlestonmarker Lawyer and Diplomat
17 James Chesnut, Jr. December 3, 1858 November 10, 1860 Democratic Camdenmarker South Carolina Senate
36 13
Vacant due to the Civil War and Reconstruction November 10, 1860 July 15, 1868
37
38
39 14
40
18 Thomas J. Robertson July 15, 1868 March 3, 1877 Republican Columbiamarker Planter
41
42 15
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19 Matthew C. Butler March 4, 1877 March 3, 1895 Democrat Edgefieldmarker Confederate Army General 45 16
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48 17
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51 18
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20 Benjamin R. Tillman March 4, 1895 July 3, 1918 Democrat Trentonmarker Governor of South Carolina 54 19
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57 20
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63 22
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21 Christie Benet July 6, 1918 November 5, 1918 Democrat Columbiamarker Lawyer
22 William P. Pollock November 6, 1918 March 3, 1919 Democrat Cherawmarker South Carolina House of Representatives
23 Nathaniel B. Dial March 4, 1919 March 3, 1925 Democrat Laurensmarker Businessman 66 23
67
68
24 Coleman Livingston Blease March 4, 1925 March 3, 1931 Democratic Columbiamarker Governor of South Carolina 69 24
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71
25 James F. Byrnes March 4, 1931 July 8, 1941 (resigned) Democrat Spartanburgmarker U.S. Representative 72 25
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75 26
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77
26 Alva M. Lumpkin July 22, 1941 August 1, 1941 (died) Democrat Columbiamarker Associate Justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court
27 Roger C. Peace August 5, 1941 November 4, 1941 (did not run) Democrat Greenvillemarker Newspaper Publisher
28 Burnet R. Maybank November 5, 1941 September 1, 1954 Democrat Charlestonmarker Governor of South Carolina
78 27
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81 28
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83
29 Charles E. Daniel September 6, 1954 December 23, 1954 Democrat Greenvillemarker Businessman
30 Strom Thurmond December 24, 1954 April 4, 1956 Democrat Aikenmarker Governor of South Carolina
84 29
31 Thomas A. Wofford April 5, 1956 November 6, 1956 Democrat Greenvillemarker Lawyer
32 Strom Thurmond November 7, 1956 January 3, 2003 Democrat Aikenmarker U.S. Senator
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87 30
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Republican
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90 31
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93 32
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96 33
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99 34
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102 35
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105 36
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33 Lindsey Graham January 3, 2003 Incumbent Republican Senecamarker U.S. Representative 108 37
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South Carolina Class 3 Senators

Class 3 U.S. Senators belong to the electoral cycle that were elected for three sessions of the U.S. Congress in the first election of 1788 and whose seats in recent years are contested in 1998, 2004, 2010, and 2016.

# Senator Took office Left office Party Residence Background Congress Term
1 Ralph Izard March 4, 1789 March 3, 1795 Pro-Administration Charlestonmarker Delegate to the Continental Congress 1 1
2
3
2 Jacob Read March 4, 1795 March 3, 1801 Federalist Charlestonmarker Speaker of the South Carolina House of Representatives 4 2
5
6
3 John Ewing Colhoun March 4, 1801 October 26, 1802 Democratic-Republican Pendletonmarker South Carolina Senate 7 3
4 Pierce Butler November 4, 1802 November 21, 1804 Democratic-Republican Charlestonmarker U.S. Senator
8
5 John Gaillard December 6, 1804 February 26, 1826 Democratic-Republican Charlestonmarker/
Pendletonmarker
President of the South Carolina Senate
9
10 4
11
12
13 5
14
15
16 6
17
18
19 7
6 William Harper March 8, 1826 November 29, 1826 Jacksonian Charlestonmarker Lawyer
7 William Smith November 29, 1826 March 3, 1831 Jacksonian Charlestonmarker U.S. Senator
20
21
8 Stephen Decatur Miller March 4, 1831 March 3, 1833 Nullifier Camdenmarker Governor of South Carolina 22 8
9 William C. Preston November 26, 1833 November 29, 1842 Nullifier/Whig Columbiamarker South Carolina House of Representatives 23
24
25 9
26
27
10 George McDuffie December 23, 1842 August 17, 1846 Democratic Edgefieldmarker Governor of South Carolina
28 10
29
11 Andrew Butler December 4, 1846 May 25, 1857 Democratic Edgefieldmarker Judge of the South Carolina Court of Common Pleas
30
31 11
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33
34 12
35
12 James Henry Hammond December 7, 1857 November 11, 1860 Democratic Beech Island Governor of South Carolina
36
Vacant due to the Civil War and Reconstruction November 11, 1860 July 16, 1868
37 13
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40 14
13 Frederick A. Sawyer July 16, 1868 March 3, 1873 Republican Charlestonmarker Educator
41
42
14 John J. Patterson March 4, 1873 March 3, 1879 Republican Columbiamarker Banker 43 15
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15 Wade Hampton III March 4, 1879 March 3, 1891 Democrat Columbiamarker Governor of South Carolina 46 16
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49 17
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16 John L. M. Irby March 4, 1891 March 3, 1897 Democrat Laurensmarker Speaker of the South Carolina House of Representatives 52 18
53
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17 Joseph H. Earle March 4, 1897 May 20, 1897 Democrat Greenvillemarker Attorney General of South Carolina 55 19
18 John L. McLaurin June 1, 1897 March 3, 1903 Democrat Bennettsvillemarker U.S. Representative
56
57
19 Asbury Latimer March 4, 1903 February 20, 1908 Democrat Beltonmarker U.S. Representative 58 20
59
60
20 Frank B. Gary March 6, 1908 March 3, 1909 Democrat Abbevillemarker South Carolina House of Representatives
21 Ellison D. Smith March 4, 1909 November 17, 1944 Democrat Florencemarker/
Lynchburgmarker
Businessman 61 21
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67 23
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70 24
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22 Wilton E. Hall November 20, 1944 January 3, 1945 Democrat Andersonmarker Newspaper Publisher
23 Olin D. Johnston January 3, 1945 April 18, 1965 Democrat Spartanburgmarker Governor of South Carolina 79 27
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85 29
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88 30
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24 Donald S. Russell April 22, 1965 November 8, 1966 Democrat Spartanburgmarker Governor of South Carolina
25 Ernest Hollings November 9, 1966 January 3, 2005 Democrat Charlestonmarker Governor of South Carolina
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94 32
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97 33
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100 34
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103 35
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106 36
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26 James W. DeMint January 3, 2005 Incumbent Republican Greenvillemarker U.S. Representative 109 37
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