2020 50-star-flag-big 2024
US Senate Elections, 2022
34 of the 100 seats, 51 seats needed for the majority
November _, 2022
First party Second party
Leader Chuck Schumer Mike Lee
Party Democratic Republican
Last election 58 + 2 40
Seats won 53 + 4 (57) 43
Seat change -6 +4
Majority Leader before election
Chuck Schumer
Resulting Majority Leader
Chuck Schumer

The 2022 Senate Elections were held to elect 33 Senators to the United States Senate. The elections were held November 8 concurrently with the Congressional elections and gubernatorial elections of that year.



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

Winning candidate in bold

State Incumbent Party Result Candidates
Alabama Richard Shelby Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hold Mike Rogers (Republican)
Terri Sewell (Democratic)
Scott Beason (Conservative)
Alaska Lisa Murkowski Republican Republican hold Hollis French (Democratic)
Joe Miller (Conservative)
Arizona Greg Stanton Democrat Incumbent re-elected Ben Quayle (Republican)
Trent Franks (Conservative)
Arkansas Bill Halter Democratic Incumbent lost re-election, Republican gain Rick Crawford (Republican)
California Kamala Harris Democratic Incumbent retired, Democratic hold

Steve Knight (Republican)

Colorado Michael Bennet Democratic Incumbent re-elected
Connecticut Richard Blumenthal Democratic Incumbent retired, Democratic hold

Jim Himes (Democratic)
John McKinney (Republican)

Florida Alan Grayson Democratic Incumbent re-elected Ron DeSantis (Republican)
Georgia Jonny Isakson


Incumbent retired, Republican hold Tom Graves (Republican) Stacey Adams (Democratic)
Hawaii Brian Schatz Democratic Incumbent re-elected
Idaho Mike Crapo Republican Incumbent re-elected
Illinois Lisa Madigan Democratic Incumbent re-elected Tom Cross (Republican)
Indiana Dan Coats Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hod Todd Rokita (Republican)    Peter Visclosky (Democratic)
Iowa Tom Vilsack Democrat Incumbent re-elected Bill Dix (Republican)
Kansas Jerry Moran Republican Incumbent re-elected Some guy (Democratic)
Kentucky Rand Paul Republican Incumbent re-elected Some Democrat
Louisiana Mary Landrieu Democrat Incumbent re-elected Vance McAllister (Democratic)
Maryland Heather Mizeur Democratic Incumbent re-elected
Missouri Jason Kander Democratic Incumbent lost re-election, Republican gain Ann Wagner (Republican)
Nevada Harry Reid Democratic Incumbent retired, Republican gain

Brian Sandoval (Republican)
Ross Miller (Democratic)

New Hampshire Maggie Hassan Democratic Incumbent re-elected Marilinda Garcia (Republican)
New York Chuck Schumer Democratic Democratic hold Some dude (Republican)
North Carolina Kay Hagan Democratic WIP WIP
North Dakota John Hoeven Republican Incumbent re-elected
Ohio Rob Portman Republican Incumbent retired, Democratic gain Jim Jordan (Conservative)
Mike Turner (Republican)
Oklahoma James Lankford Republican Incumbent re-elected
Oregon Ron Wyden Democratic Incumbent retired, Democratic hold Kate Brown (Democratic)
Pennsylvania Joe Sestak Democratic Incumbent re-elected Joe Scarnati (Republican)
South Carolina Tim Scott Republican Incumbent re-elected Elizabeth Colbert-Busch (Democratic)
South Dakota John Thune Republican Incumbent re-elected Nathan Daschle (Democratic)
Utah Mike Lee Republican Incumbent re-elected None
Vermont Patrick Leahy Democratic Incumbent retired, Independent gain Shap Smith (Democratic)
Washington Patty Murray Democratic Incumbent retired, Democratic hold Derek Kilmer
Wisconsin Ron Kind Democratic Incumbent re-elected Sean Duffy (Republican)