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2018 50-star-flag-big 2022
US Senate Elections, 2020
34 of the 100 seats, 51 seats needed for the majority
November 3, 2020
First party Second party
Schumer John-cornyn
Leader Chuck Schumer John Cornyn
Party Democratic Republican
Last election 59 + 1 (60) 32
Seats won 66 + 1 (67) 33
Seat change +7 -7
Majority Leader before election
Chuck Schumer
Democratic
Resulting Majority Leader
Chuck Schumer
Democratic

The following is the result of the 2020 Senate races, held on November _, 2020. The elections were held concurrently with the 2020 Presidential election.

ResultsEdit

StateEdit

     Republican gain      Republican hold      Democratic gain      Democratic hold      Independent gain      Independent hold

Winning candidate in bold
* 2 Independents (VT, ME) caucus with the Democrats.
State Incumbent Party Result Candidates
Alabama Roy Moore Republican Incumbent re-elected, Republican hold Bobby Bright (Democrat)
Alaska Daniel Sullivan Republican Incumbent re-elected, Republican hold Mark Begich (Democratic)
Arkansas Tom Cotton Republican Incumbent re-elected, Republican hold Dave Harris (Democratic)
Colorado Cory Gardner Republican Incumbent lost re-election,

Democratic gain

John Hickenlooper (Democratic)
Delaware Chris Coons Democratic Incumbent re-elected,

Democratic hold

None
Georgia David Perdue Republican Incumbent re-elected, Republican hold 'Michelle Nunn' (Democratic)
Illinois Dick Durbin Democratic Incumbent re-elected,

Democratic hold

Rodney Davis (Republican)
Idaho Jim Risch Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hold Raul Labrador (Republican)
Shirley Ringo (Democratic)
Iowa Joni Ernst Republican Incumbent lost re-election,

Democratic gain

Chet Culver (Democratic)
Kansas Pat Roberts Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hold Lynn Jenkins (Republican)
Chad Taylor (Democratic)
Kentucky Mitch McConnell Republican Incumbent retired, Democratic gain Jack Conway (Democratic)
Andy Barr (Republican)
Louisiana Bill Cassidy Republican Incumbent lost re-election,

Democratic gain

Mary Landrieu

(Democratic)

Maine Susan Collins Republican Incumbent retired,

Democratic gain

Chellie Pingree (Democrat)

Paul LePge (Republican)

Massachusetts Ed Markey Democratic Incumbent re-elected,

Democratic hold

Scott Brown (Republican)
Michigan Gary Peters Democratic Incumbent re-elected,

Democratic hold

Bill Schuette (Republican)
Minnesota Al Franken Democratic-Farmer-Labor Incumbent re-elected,

Democratic hold

John Kline (Republican)
Mississippi Thad Cochran Republican Incumbent re-elected,

Republican hold

Travis Childers (Democratic)
Montana Steve Daines Republican Incumbent lost re-election, Democratic gain Steve Bullock (Democratic)
Nebraska Ben Sasse Republican Incumbent re-elected,

Republican hold

Steve Lathrop (Democratic)
New Hampshire Jeanne Shaheen Democratic Incumbent re-elected,

Democratic hold

John Sununu (Republican)
New Jersey Cory Booker Democratic Incumbent re-elected,

Democratic hold

Jay Webber (Republican)
New Mexico Tom Udall Democratic Incumbent re-elected,

Democratic hold

Richard J. Berry (Republican)
North Carolina Thom Tillis Republican Incumbent lost re-election,

Democratic gain

Roy Cooper (Democratic)
Oklahoma Jim Inhofe Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hold T.W. Shannon (Republican)
Oregon Jeff Merkley Democratic Incumbent re-elected,

Democratic hold

Arthur Robinson (Democratic)
Rhode Island Jack Reed Democratic Incumbent retired, Democratic hold Clay Pell (Democratic)
Ken Block (Republican)
South Carolina Lindsey Graham Republican Incumbent defeated, Democratic gain Yancey McGill(Democratic)
South Dakota Mike Rounds Republican Incumbent re-elected,

Republican hold

Steve Jarding (Democratic)
Tennessee Lamar Alexander Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hold Stephen Fincher (Republican)
Terry Adams (Democratic)
Texas John Cornyn Republican Incumbent re-elected,

Republican hold

Trey Martinez Fischer (Democratic)
Virginia Mark Warner Democratic Incumbent re-elected,

Democratic hold

Scott Rigell (Republican)
West Virginia Shelley Moore Capito Republican Incumbent re-elected,

Republican hold

Erik Wells (Democratic)
Wyoming Mike Enzi Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hold Matt Mead (Republican)

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