Wesley L. Jones (October 9, 1863 - November 19, 1932) was an American politician. Jones was born outside of Bethany, Illinois, and attended Southern Illinois College. Jones started a law practice in Decatur, Illinois, and later relocated to North Yakima, Washington.
Jones served as a Republican United States Senator from Washington from 1909 to 1932, when he lost re-election. He served as the Senate majority whip between 1924 and 1929.
Jones served in the House of Representatives from 1899 to 1909.