United States congressional delegations from New York
These are tables of congressional delegations from New York to the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate.
The current dean of the New York delegation is Senator and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, having served in the Senate since 1999 and in Congress since 1981.
U.S. House of Representatives
This is a list of members of the current New York delegation in the U.S. House, along with their respective tenures in office, district boundaries, and district political ratings according to the CPVI. The delegation has a total of 26 members, including 15 Democrats and 11 Republicans.
1789–1793: 6 seats
|William Floyd (AA)||John
|John Hathorn (AA)||Peter
|Thomas Tredwell (AA)|
1793–1803: 10 seats
|John Watts (PA)||Philip Van
|Theodorus Bailey (AA)||Ezekiel
Van Alen (PA)
|Henry Glen (PA)||James
|Silas Talbot (PA)|
|4th (1795–1797)||Jonathan Nicoll
|John Hathorn (DR)||Theodorus Bailey (DR)||Ezekiel Gilbert (F)||John Evert
Van Alen (F)
|Henry Glen (F)||John Williams (DR)||William Cooper (F)|
|David Brooks (F)||Hezekiah L.
|John Williams (F)||James Cochran (F)|
|6th (1799–1801)||Theodorus Bailey (DR)||John Bird (F)||John
|Jonas Platt (F)||William Cooper (F)|
|John Smith (DR)|
|7th (1801–1803)||Samuel L.
|Thomas Tillotson (DR)||David
|Killian K. Van
|Thomas Morris (F)|
|Theodorus Bailey (DR)||John Peter|
Van Ness (DR)
1803–1813: 17 seats
From 1805 to 1809, the 2nd and 3rd districts jointly elected 2 representatives.
|John Smith (DR)||Joshua Sands (F)||Samuel L. Mitchill (DR)||Philip Van Cortlandt (DR)||Andrew McCord (DR)||Isaac Bloom (DR)||Josiah Hasbrouck (DR)||Henry W. Livingston (F)||Killian Van Rensselaer (F)||George Tibbits (F)||Beriah Palmer (DR)||David Thomas (DR)||Thomas Sammons (DR)||Erastus Root (DR)||Gaylord Griswold (F)||John Paterson (DR)||Oliver Phelps (DR)|
|Samuel Riker (DR)||George Clinton Jr. (DR)||Daniel C. Verplanck (DR)|
|Eliphalet Wickes (DR)||2nd and 3rd (2 seats)||John Blake Jr. (DR)||Martin G. Schuneman (DR)||Josiah Masters (DR)||Peter Sailly (DR)||John Russell (DR)||Nathan Williams (DR)||Uri Tracy (DR)||Silas Halsey (DR)|
|Gurdon S. Mumford (DR)||George Clinton Jr. (DR)|
|Samuel Riker (DR)||Barent Gardenier (F)||James I. Van Alen (DR)||John Thompson (DR)||Peter Swart (DR)||William Kirkpatrick (DR)||Reuben Humphrey (DR)||John Harris (DR)|
|Nathan Wilson (DR)|
|1st||2nd (2 seats)||3rd||4th||5th||6th (2 seats)||7th||8th||9th||10th||11th||12th||13th||14th||15th|
|Ebenezer Sage (DR)||Gurdon S. Mumford (DR)||William Denning (DR)||Jonathan Fisk (DR)||James Emott (F)||Barent Gardenier (F)||Herman Knickerbocker (F)||Robert Le Roy Livingston (F)||Killian Van Rensselaer (F)||John Thompson (DR)||Thomas Sammons (DR)||John Nicholson (DR)||Thomas R. Gold (F)||Erastus Root (DR)||Uri Tracy (DR)||Vincent Mathews (F)||Peter Buell Porter (DR)|
|Samuel L. Mitchill (DR)|
|William Paulding Jr. (DR)||Pierre Van Cortlandt Jr. (DR)||Thomas B. Cooke (DR)||Asa Fitch (F)||Harmanus Bleecker (F)||Benjamin Pond (DR)||Silas Stow (DR)||Arunah Metcalf (DR)||Daniel Avery (DR)|
|Thomas P. Grosvenor (F)|
1813–1823: 27 seats
1823–1833: 34 seats
1833–1843: 40 seats
1843–1853: 34 seats
1853–1863: 33 seats
1863–1873: 31 seats
1873–1883: 33 seats
1883–1903: 34 seats
1903–1913: 37 seats
After the 1900 census, New York gained three seats.
1913–1933: 43 seats
After the 1910 census, New York gained six seats.
1933–1953: 45 seats
During these two decades, New York had its maximum apportionment (to date) of 45 seats. From 1933 to 1945 there were 43 districts and two seats At-large. After 1945, there were 45 districts.
1953–1963: 43 seats
New York lost two seats following the 1950 census. It continued to lose seats from this point forward following every reapportionment.
1963–1973: 41 seats
New York lost two seats following the 1960 census.
1973–1983: 39 seats
New York lost two seats in the 1970 census.
1983–1993: 34 seats
New York lost five seats in the 1980 census.
1993–2003: 31 seats
New York lost three seats in the 1990 census.
2003–2013: 29 seats
New York lost two seats in the 2000 census.
2013–2023: 27 seats
New York lost two seats in the 2010 census.
2023–present: 26 seats
New York lost one seat in the 2020 census.
United States Senate
|Current U.S. senators from New York|
|Class I senator||Class III senator|
|Incumbent since||January 26, 2009||January 3, 1999|
|Class I senator||Congress||Class III senator|
|Philip Schuyler (PA)||1st (1789–1791)||Rufus King (PA)|
|Aaron Burr (AA)||2nd (1791–1793)|
|Aaron Burr (DR)||4th (1795–1797)||Rufus King (F)|
|John Laurance (F)|
|Philip Schuyler (F)||5th (1797–1799)|
|John Sloss Hobart (F)|
|William North (F)|
|James Watson (F)|
|Gouverneur Morris (F)||John Armstrong Jr. (DR)|
|DeWitt Clinton (DR)|
|Theodorus Bailey (DR)||8th (1803–1805)||John Armstrong Jr. (DR)|
|John Armstrong Jr. (DR)||John Smith (DR)|
|Samuel L. Mitchill (DR)|
|Obadiah German (DR)||11th (1809–1811)|
|13th (1813–1815)||Rufus King (F)|
|Nathan Sanford (DR)||14th (1815–1817)|
|Martin Van Buren (DR)||17th (1821–1823)|
|Martin Van Buren (J)||19th (1825–1827)||vacant|
|Nathan Sanford (NR)|
|Charles E. Dudley (J)|
|22nd (1831–1833)||William L. Marcy (J)|
|Nathaniel P. Tallmadge (J)||23rd (1833–1835)||Silas Wright (J)|
|Nathaniel P. Tallmadge (D)||25th (1837–1839)||Silas Wright (D)|
|Daniel S. Dickinson (D)||28th (1843–1845)||Henry A. Foster (D)|
|29th (1845–1847)||John Adams Dix (D)|
|31st (1849–1851)||William H. Seward (W)|
|Hamilton Fish (W)||32nd (1851–1853)|
|34th (1855–1857)||William H. Seward (R)|
|Preston King (R)||35th (1857–1859)|
|37th (1861–1863)||Ira Harris (R)|
|Edwin D. Morgan (R)||38th (1863–1865)|
|40th (1867–1869)||Roscoe Conkling (R)|
|Reuben Fenton (R)||41st (1869–1871)|
|Francis Kernan (D)||44th (1875–1877)|
|Thomas C. Platt (R)||47th (1881–1883)|
|Warner Miller (R)||Elbridge G. Lapham (R)|
|49th (1885–1887)||William M. Evarts (R)|
|Frank Hiscock (R)||50th (1887–1889)|
|52nd (1891–1893)||David B. Hill (D)|
|Edward Murphy Jr. (D)||53rd (1893–1895)|
|55th (1897–1899)||Thomas C. Platt (R)|
|Chauncey Depew (R)||56th (1899–1901)|
|61st (1909–1911)||Elihu Root (R)|
|64th (1915–1917)||James Wolcott|
Wadsworth Jr. (R)
|William M. Calder (R)||65th (1917–1919)|
|Royal S. Copeland (D)||68th (1923–1925)|
|70th (1927–1929)||Robert F. Wagner (D)|
|James M. Mead (D)|
|Irving Ives (R)||80th (1947–1949)|
|John Foster Dulles (R)|
|Herbert H. Lehman (D)|
|85th (1957–1959)||Jacob Javits (R)|
|Kenneth Keating (R)||86th (1959–1961)|
|Robert F. Kennedy (D)||89th (1965–1967)|
|Charles Goodell (R)|
|James L. Buckley (Con)||92nd (1971–1973)|
|97th (1981–1983)||Al D'Amato (R)|
|106th (1999–2001)||Chuck Schumer (D)|
|Hillary Clinton (D)||107th (2001–2003)|
|Kirsten Gillibrand (D)|
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- ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Supported the Adams-Clay faction in the 1824 United States presidential election.
- ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Supported the Crawford faction in the 1824 United States presidential election.
- ^ a b Supported the Jackson faction in the 1824 United States presidential election.
- ^ a b c Anti-Lecompton Democrat
- ^ "2022 Cook PVI: State Map and List". Cook Political Report. Retrieved 2023-01-07.