2018 Midterm Elections – Senate Results

The Republicans currently hold a 51-49 lead in the US Senate. There are 35 Senate seats up for grabs in the 2018 midterm elections, the Democrats need to turn at least two Republican seats to regain control of the Senate.

Arizona – Previously Republican / TBC

California – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Dianne Feinstein (D) Wins

Connecticut – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Chris Murphy (D) Wins

Delaware – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Tom Carper (D) Wins

FloridaPreviously Democrat / TBC

Hawaii – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Mazie Hirono (D) Wins

Indiana – Previously Democrat / Now Republican (-1)

Mike Braun (R) Wins

Maine – Previously Independaent/Democrat / Now Independent/Democrat (=)

Angus King (I/D) Wins

Maryland – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Ben Cardin (D) Wins

Massachusetts – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Elizabeth Warren (D) Wins

Michigan – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Debbie Stabenow (D) Wins

Minnesota – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Amy Klobucher (D) Wins

Mississippi – Previously Republican / Now Republican (=)

Roger Wicker (R) Wins

Missouri – Previously Democrat / Now Republican (-1)

Josh Hawley (R) Wins

Montana – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Jon Tester (D) Wins

 

Nebraska – Previously Republican / Now Republican (=)

Deb Fischer (R) Wins

Nevada – Previously Republican / Now Democrat (+1)

Jacky Rosen (D) Wins

New Jersey – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Bob Menendez (D) Wins

New Mexico – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Martin Heinrich (D) Wins

New York – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Kirsten Gillibrand (D) Wins

North Dakota – Previously Democrat / Now Republican (-1)

Kevin Cramer (R) Wins

Ohio – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Sherrod Brown (D) Wins

Pennsylvania – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Bob Casey Jr (D) Wins

Rhode Island – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Sheldon Whitehouse (D) Wins

Tennessee –  Previously Republican / Now Republican (=)

Marsha Blackburn (R) Wins

Texas –  Previously Republican / Now Republican (=)

Ted Cruz (R) Wins

 

Utah – Previously Republican / Now Republican (=)

Mitt Romney (R) Wins

Vermont – Previously Independent/Democrat / Now Independent/Democrat (=)

Bernie Sanders (I/D) Wins

Virginia –  Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Tim Kaine (D) Wins

Washington – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Maria Cantwell (D) Wins

West Virginia – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Joe Mancin (D) Wins

 

Wisconsin – Previously Democrat / Now Democrat (=)

Tammy Baldwin (D) Wins

Wyoming – Previously Republican / Now Republican (=)

John Barrasso (R) Wins

With 3 races yet to declare, the Republicans have secured the Senate with 51 seats.

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