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United States Senate elections, 2014 (Aiothai's Scenario)
33 of the 100 seats in the U.S. Senate and 3 mid-term vacancies

51 seats needed for a majority

November 4th
First party Second party
473px-Sen Mitch McConnell official 220px-Harry Reid official portrait 2009
Leader Mitch McConnell Harry Reid
Party Republican Democratic
Seats before 45 53 + 2 (55)
Seats after 54 + 2 (56) 43 + 1 (44)
Seat change +9 -10
Incumbent Majority Leader
Harry Reid
Democratic
Majority Leader after election
Mitch McConnell
Republican

The 2014 Senate elections were held on November 4th 2014. Like previous years, the elections sported many vulnerable Democrats in deeply red states. This, coupled with the haphazard Affordable Care Act roll out resulted in a sizable Republican wave. Minority Leader and Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell, was elected Majority Leader.

Results

Winning candidate in bold

Incumbent State Party Results Candidates
Jeff Sessions Alabama Republican Incumbent re-elected Unopposed
Mark Begich Alaska Democratic Incumbent defeated, Republican gain Daniel Sullivan (Republican)
Mark Pryor Arkansas Democratic Incumbent defeated, Republican gain Tom Cotton (Republican)
Mark Udall Colorado Democratic Incumbent defeated, Republican gain Cory Gardner (Republican)
Chris Coons Delaware Democratic Incumbent re-elected Kevin Wade (Republican)
Saxby Chambliss Georgia Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hold David Perdue (Republican) Michelle Nunn (Democratic)
Brian Schatz Hawaii Democratic Incumbent re-elected. Campbell Cavasso (Republican)
Jim Risch Idaho Republican Incumbent re-elected Nels Mitchell (Democratic)
Dick Durbin Illinois Democratic Incumbent re-elected Jim Oberweis (Democratic)
Tom Harkin Iowa Democratic Incumbent retired, Republican gain Joni Ernst (Republican) Bruce Braley (Democatic
Pat Roberts Kansas Republican Incumbent defeated, independent gain Greg Orman (Independent)
Mitch McConnell Kentucky Republican Incumbent re-elected Alison Lundergan Grimes (Democratic)
Mary Landrieu Louisiana Democratic Incumbent defeated, Republican gain Bill Cassidy (Republican)
Susan Collins Maine Republican Incumbent re-elected

Shenna Bellows (Democratic)

Ed Markey Massachusetts Democratic Incumbent re-elected Frank Addivinola           (Republican)
Carl Levin Michigan Democratic Incumbent retired, Democratic hold

Gary Peters (Democratic) Terri Lynn Land (Republican)

Susan Collins Maine Republican Incumbent re-elected

Shenna Bellows (Democratic)

Al Franken Minnesota DFL Incumbent re-elected Mike McFadden (Republican)
Thad Cochran Mississippi Republican Incumbent re-elected Travis Childers (Democratic)
John Walsh Montana Democratic Incumbent withdrew during election, Republican gain Steve Daines (Republican) Amanda Curtis (Democratic)
Mike Johanns Nebraska Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hold Ben Sasse (Republican) David Domina (Democratic)
Jeanne Shaheen New Hampshire Democratic Incumbent re-elected Scott Brown (Republican)
Cory Booker New Jersey Democratic Incumbent re-elected to serve full term Jeff Bell (Republican)
Tom Udall New Mexico Democratic Incumbent re-elected Allen Weh (Republican)
Kay Hagan North Carolina Democratic Incumbent defeated, Republican gain Thom Tillis (Republican)
Jim Inhofe Oklahoma Republican Incumbent re-elected Matt Silverstein (Democratic)
Tom Coburn Oklahoma (Special) Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hold James Lankford (Republican) Connie Johnson (Democratic)
Jeff Merkley Oregon Democratic Incumbent re-elected Monica Wehby (Republican)
Jack Reed Rhode Island Democratic Incumbent re-elected Mark Zaccaria (Republican)
Lindsey Graham South Carolina Republican Incumbent re-elected Brad Hutto (Democratic) Thomas Ravenel (Independent)                  
Tim Scott South Carolina (Special) Republican Incumbent re-elected to serve full term Joyce Dickerson (Democratic)
Tim Johnson South Dakota Democratic Incumbent retired, Republican gain Mike Rounds (Republican) Rick Weiland (Democratic) Larry Pressler (Independent)
Lamarr Alexander Tennessee Republican Incumbent re-elected Terry Adams (Democratic)
John Cornyn Texas Republican Incumbent re-elected David Alameel (Democratic)
Mark Warner Virginia Democratic Incumbent re-elected Ed Gillespie (Republican)
Jay Rockefeller West Virginia Democratic Incumbent retired, Republican gain Shelley Moore Capito (Republican)                 Natalie Tennant (Democratic)
Mike Enzi Wyoming Republican Incumbent re-elected Charlie Hardy (Democratic)

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