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State Senators from Dubois County–All Holders

# Office Holder Counties/District Party Tenure Start Reason End Reason
1   Isaac Montgomery Gibson, Pike, Dubois, Vanderburgh Dec 7, 1818 to Nov 27, 1820 Counties Added to District
   William Polke Daviess, Knox, Sullivan, Vigo, Dubois Dec 7, 1818 to Dec 6, 1819 General Election Counties Added to District
   William Polke Daviess, Knox, Owen, Sullivan, Vigo, Dubois Dec 6, 1819 to Nov 27, 1820 Counties Added to District Counties Added to District
3   Richard Daniel Gibson, Pike, Dubois, Vanderburgh Nov 27, 1820 to Nov 19, 1821 General Election Redistricting
4   Daniel Grass Dubois, Perry, Spencer, Warrick Nov 19, 1821 to Dec 4, 1826 General Election Redistricting
5   Isaac Montgomery Dubois, Gibson, Pike Dec 4, 1826 to Dec 7, 1829 General Election
6   David Barr Robb Dubois, Gibson, Pike Dec 7, 1829 to Apr 13, 1833 General Election Resigned
   Vacant Dubois, Gibson, Pike Apr 13, 1833 to Dec 2, 1833
7   Elisha Embree Dubois, Gibson, Pike Dec 2, 1833 to Dec 1, 1834 Special Election Switched Parties
   Elisha Embree Dubois, Gibson, Pike Whig Dec 1, 1834 to Dec 7, 1835 Switched Parties
8   Thomas C. Stewart Dubois, Gibson, Pike Democratic Dec 7, 1835 to Dec 3, 1838 General Election
9   John Hargrove Dubois, Gibson, Pike Democratic Dec 3, 1838 to Dec 6, 1841 General Election
10   Smith Miller Dubois, Gibson, Pike Democratic Dec 6, 1841 to Dec 2, 1844 General Election
11   Benjamin Rose Edmonston Dubois, Gibson, Pike Democratic Dec 2, 1844 to Dec 6, 1847 General Election
12   Smith Miller Dubois, Gibson, Pike Democratic Dec 6, 1847 to Dec 30, 1850 General Election
13   Benjamin Talbott Goodman Dubois, Gibson, Pike Democratic Dec 30, 1850 to Nov 3, 1852 General Election
14   William Hawthorn Dubois, Gibson, Pike Whig Nov 3, 1852 to Nov 8, 1854 General Election Switched Parties
   William Hawthorn Dubois, Gibson, Pike Democratic Nov 8, 1854 to Nov 5, 1856 Switched Parties
15   John Hargrove Dubois, Gibson, Pike Democratic Nov 5, 1856 to Nov 7, 1860 General Election
16   Thomas Shoulders Dubois, Gibson, Pike Democratic Nov 7, 1860 to Jan 29, 1863 General Election Died
   Vacant Dubois, Gibson, Pike Jan 29, 1863 to Mar 2, 1863
17   Allen T. Fleming Dubois, Gibson, Pike Democratic Mar 2, 1863 to Nov 9, 1864 Special Election
18   James Barker Dubois, Gibson, Pike Democratic Nov 9, 1864 to Nov 4, 1868 General Election
19   Aaron Houghton Dubois, Martin, Pike Republican Nov 4, 1868 to Feb 17, 1869 Redistricting Lost Contested Election
20   William H. Montgomery Dubois, Martin, Pike Democratic Feb 17, 1869 to Mar 4, 1869 Won Contested Election Resigned
   Vacant Dubois, Martin, Pike Mar 4, 1869 to Mar 24, 1869
   William H. Montgomery Dubois, Martin, Pike Democratic Mar 24, 1869 to May 13, 1869 Special Election Resigned
   Vacant Dubois, Martin, Pike May 13, 1869 to Nov 9, 1870
21   Leroy Cave Dubois, Martin, Pike Democratic Nov 9, 1870 to Nov 4, 1874 General Election
22   Henry A. Peed Dubois, Martin, Orange Democratic Nov 4, 1874 to Nov 6, 1878 General Election
23   William A. Traylor Dubois, Martin, Orange Democratic Nov 6, 1878 to Nov 3, 1880 General Election Redistricting
   William A. Traylor Dubois, Lawrence, Martin Democratic Nov 3, 1880 to Nov 8, 1882 Redistricting
24   James Hazelton Willard Dubois, Lawrence, Martin Democratic Nov 8, 1882 to Nov 3, 1886 General Election
25   Oscar A. Trippet Dubois, Perry Democratic Nov 3, 1886 to Apr 1, 1888 General Election Resigned
   Vacant Dubois, Perry Apr 1, 1888 to Nov 7, 1888
26   William A. Traylor Dubois, Perry Democratic Nov 7, 1888 to Nov 5, 1890 Special Election
27   John Sweeney Dubois, Perry Democratic Nov 5, 1890 to Nov 7, 1894 General Election
28   Michael Angelo Sweeney Dubois, Perry Democratic Nov 7, 1894 to Nov 9, 1898 General Election
29   Ephraim Inman Daviess, Dubois Democratic Nov 9, 1898 to Nov 5, 1902 General Election
30   Richard McClellan Milburn Daviess, Dubois Democratic Nov 5, 1902 to Nov 7, 1906 General Election
31   John Benz Crawford, Dubois, Perry Democratic Nov 7, 1906 to Apr 23, 1908 Redistricting Died
32   Samuel Benz Crawford, Dubois, Perry Democratic Sep 18, 1908 to Nov 9, 1910 Special Election Ran For Other Office
33   Bomar Traylor Crawford, Dubois, Perry Democratic Nov 9, 1910 to Nov 4, 1914 General Election
34   Joseph M. Hirsch Crawford, Dubois, Perry Democratic Nov 4, 1914 to Nov 8, 1916 General Election Redistricting
35   James W. Porter Daviess, Dubois, Spencer Republican Nov 8, 1916 to Nov 6, 1918 Redistricting
36   William Allen McCullough Daviess, Dubois, Spencer Democratic Nov 6, 1918 to Nov 8, 1922 General Election
37   John Sweeney Dubois, Perry, Spencer Democratic Nov 8, 1922 to Nov 3, 1926 General Election
38   William V. Doogs Dubois, Perry, Spencer Democratic Nov 3, 1926 to Nov 7, 1934 General Election
39   Floyd John Hemmer Dubois, Perry, Spencer Democratic Nov 7, 1934 to Jun 22, 1937 General Election Resigned
   Vacant Dubois, Perry, Spencer Jun 22, 1937 to Nov 9, 1938
40   Frank Joseph Seng Dubois, Perry, Spencer Democratic Nov 9, 1938 to Nov 4, 1942 General Election
41   Leo John Stemle Dubois, Perry, Spencer Democratic Nov 4, 1942 to Nov 3, 1954 General Election
42   Ira Jefferson Anderson Dubois, Perry, Spencer Democratic Nov 3, 1954 to Nov 7, 1962 General Election
43   Bernard Joseph Krampe Dubois, Perry, Spencer Democratic Nov 7, 1962 to Nov 9, 1966 General Election
44   Emil Hermann Schmutzler, Jr. District 27 Republican Nov 9, 1966 to Nov 4, 1970 General Election
45   Joseph G. Bruggenschmidt District 27 Democratic Nov 4, 1970 to Nov 8, 1972 General Election Redistricting
   Joseph G. Bruggenschmidt District 47 Democratic Nov 8, 1972 to Nov 8, 1978 Redistricting Lost Renomination Bid
46   Michael Charles Kendall District 47 Democratic Nov 8, 1978 to Nov 3, 1982 General Election Ran For Other Office
47   Frank Leslie O'Bannon District 47 Democratic Nov 3, 1982 to Dec 1, 1988 General Election Assumed Other Office
   Vacant District 47 Dec 1, 1988 to Dec 10, 1988
48   Richard Young District 47 Democratic Dec 10, 1988 to Nov 5, 2014 Appointed by Caucus Lost Reelection Bid
49   Lindel O'Dell Hume District 48 Democratic Nov 7, 2012 to Nov 5, 2014 General Election Did Not Run
50   Mark Messmer District 48 Republican Nov 5, 2014 to Present General Election Present
   Erin Houchin District 47 Republican Nov 5, 2014 to Present General Election Present