The Green Papers: 2006 Midterm Election

 
Copyright www.flags.net/UNST.htm 2006 Partisan Composition by State
Governor - US Senate - US House
Key
D:Democratic
I:Independent
R:Republican
Vac:(vacant office)
 
StateGovernorSenate109th House
DRDIRDIRVac
Alabama 1  22 5 
Alaska 1  2  1 
Arizona1   22 6 
Arkansas 12  3 1 
California 12  33 20 
Colorado 11 13 4 
Connecticut 12  2 3 
Delaware1 2    1 
Florida 11 17 171
Georgia 1  26 7 
Hawaii 12  2   
Idaho 1  2  2 
Illinois1 2  10 9 
Indiana 11 12 7 
Iowa1 1 11 4 
Kansas1   21 3 
Kentucky 1  21 5 
Louisiana1 1 12 5 
Maine1   22   
Maryland 12  6 2 
Massachusetts 12  10   
Michigan1 2  6 9 
Minnesota 11 14 4 
Mississippi 1  22 2 
Missouri 1  24 5 
Montana1 1 1  1 
Nebraska 11 1  3 
Nevada 11 11 2 
New Hampshire1   2  2 
New Jersey1 2  7 6 
New Mexico1 1 11 2 
New York 12  20 9 
North Carolina1   26 7 
North Dakota 12  1   
Ohio 1  26 111
Oklahoma1   21 4 
Oregon1 1 14 1 
Pennsylvania1   27 12 
Rhode Island 11 12   
South Carolina 1  22 4 
South Dakota 11 11   
Tennessee1   25 4 
Texas 1  211 21 
Utah 1  21 2 
Vermont 111  1  
Virginia1   23 8 
Washington1 2  6 3 
West Virginia1 2  2 1 
Wisconsin1 2  4 4 
Wyoming1   2  1 
Total by Party22284415520212302
 DRDIRDIRVac
Total50100435
 


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  Close Contests Summary - Decision by 2% or less  
  Contests Where No Candidate Received a Majority  
 
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  Governor's Chairs, Senate, and U.S. House Seats with only one major party candidate running for office  
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  2006 Partisan Composition by State  
  2006 Political Party Breakdown by State - "Traditional" Sections and Regions  
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  Political Parties  
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  Senate Electoral Classes  
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  Statewide Political Party Strength  


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