2020 50-star-flag-big 2024 ›
United States Senate elections, 2022
Class 3 (36 of the 102) seats in the United States Senate

53 seats needed for a majority

November 8, 2022
First party Second party
Johnthune Chuck schumer official portrait
Leader John Thune Chuck Schumer
Party Republican Democratic
Seats before 66 + 3 (69) 30 +`1 (31)
Seats won -2 +4
Seats after 63 + 3 (66) 34 +`1 (35)
Majority Leader before election
John Thune
Majority Leader after election
John Thune


Winning candidate in bold

Incumbent State Party Results Candidates
Richard Shelby Alabama Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hold Martha Roby (Republican)                         Roger Bedford Jr. (Democratic)
Lisa Murkowski Alaska Republican Incumbent re-elected

Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins (Democratic)

Matt Salmon Arizona Republican Incumbent re-elected

Chad Campbell (Democratic)

Rick Crawford Arkansas Republican Incumbent re-elected Mike Ross (Democratic)
Jay Leno California Independent Incumbent re-elected

Toni Atkins (Democratic)                     Elizabeth Emken (Republican)

Darryl Glenn Colorado Republican Incumbent defeated, Democratic gain Andrew Romanoff (Democratic)
Richard Blumenthal Connecticut Democratic Incumbent retired, Democratic hold. Jim Himes (Democratic)                          Peter Schiff (Republican)
Tom Rooney Florida Republican Incumbent re-elected Alan Grayson (Democratic)
Jonny Isakson Georgia Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hold Tom Graves (Republican)                      James Beverly (Democratic)
Brian Schatz Hawaii Democratic Incumbent re-elected Richard Fale (Republican)
Mike Crapo Idaho Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hold Lawrence Wasden (Republican)                     Mat Erpelding (Democratic)
Mark Kirk Illinois Republican Incumbent re-elected Maria Antonia Berrios (Democratic) 
Dan Coats Indiana Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hold Todd Young (Republican)                      André Carson (Democratic)
Chuck Grassley Iowa Republican Incumbent retired, Democratic gain Staci Appel (Democratic)                            David Young (Republican)
Jerry Moran Kansas Republican Incumbent re-elected Ned Sebelius (Democratic)
Thomas Massie Kentucky Republican Incumbent re-elected Rocky Adkins (Democratic)
Charles Boustany Louisiana Republican Incumbent re-elected Rick Gallot (Democratic)
John Delaney Maryland Democratic Incumbent defeated, Republican gain

Larry Hogan (Republican)

Roy Blunt Missouri Republican Incumbent retired, Republican hold Jason Smith (Republican)                      Jason Kander (Democratic)
Brian Sandoval Nevada Republican Incumbent re-elected Kate Marshall (Democratic)              
Kelly Ayotte New Hampshire Republican Incumbent re-elected Donna Soucy (Democratic)
Chuck Schumer New York Democratic Incumbent re-elected A Republican (Republican)
Richard Burr North Carolina Republican Incumbent retired, Democratic gain Janet Cowell (Democratic)                            Patrick McHenry (Republican)
John Hoeven North Dakota Republican Incumbent re-elected Ron Guggisberg (Democratic)
Rob Portman Ohio Republican Incumbent re-elected Tim Ryan (Democratic)
James Lankford Oklahoma Republican Incumbent re-elected Scott Inman (Democratic)
Ron Wyden Oregon Democratic Incumbent re-elected Tim Knopp (Republican)
Pat Toomey Pennsylvania Republican Incumbent defeated, Democratic gain Kathleen Kane (Democratic) 
None Puerto Rico (Special) None New Progressive gain

Luis Fortuño (NPP)                                  

None Puerto Rico (Special) None Popular Democratic gain

Alejandro García Padila (PDP)                  Iván González Cancel (New Progressive)

Tim Scott South Carolina Republican Incumbent re-elected to serve full term Todd Rutherford (Democratic)
John Thune South Dakota Republican Incumbent re-elected Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (Democratic)
Jon Huntsman Utah Republican Incumbent re-elected to serve full term Luz Robles (Democratic)
Patrick Leahy Vermont Democratic Incumbent re-elected Unopposed
Jaime Herrera Beautler Washington Republican Incumbent re-elected James McIntire (Democratic)
Russ Feingold Wisconsin Democratic Incumbent re-elected Rebecca Kleefisch (Republican)

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