The Green Papers: 2012 General Election

Copyright All-up chart of Senators by 'Class'

Reference: United States Senate Electoral "Classes"

All newly-elected/re-elected Senators who will serve in the 112th Congress appear under 'Class 3'. Senators appearing in the 'Class 3' column were elected in 2010 to the full six-year term beginning at Noon, 3 January 2011.

Class 1
[most recent election:
Tuesday 6 November 2012]
Class 2
[next regular election:
Tuesday 4 November 2014]
Class 3
[next regular election:
Tuesday 8 November 2016]
Arizona: Kyl (R)Alabama: Sessions (R)Alabama: Shelby (R)
California: Feinstein (D)Alaska: Begich (D)Alaska: Murkowski (R)
Connecticut: Lieberman (ID)Arkansas: Pryor (D)Arizona: McCain (R)
Delaware: Carper (D)Colorado: Udall (D)Arkansas: Boozman (R)
Florida: Nelson (D)Delaware: Coons (D)California: Boxer (D)
Hawaii: Akaka (D)Georgia: Chambliss (R)Colorado: Bennet (D)
Indiana: Lugar (R)Idaho: Risch (R)Connecticut: Blumenthal (D)
Maine: Snowe (R)Illinois: Durbin (D)Florida: Rubio (R)
Maryland: Cardin (D)Iowa: Harkin (D)Georgia: Isakson (R)
Massachusetts: Brown (R)Kansas: Roberts (R)Hawaii: Schatz (D)
Michigan: Stabenow (D)Kentucky: McConnell (R)Idaho: Crapo (R)
Minnesota: Klobuchar (D)Louisiana: Landrieu (D)Illinois: Kirk (R)
Mississippi: Wicker (R)Maine: Collins (R)Indiana: Coats (R)
Missouri: McCaskill (D)Massachusetts: Kerry (D)Iowa: Grassley (R)
Montana: Tester (D)Michigan: Levin (D)Kansas: Moran (R)
Nebraska: Nelson (D)Minnesota: Franken (D)Kentucky: Paul (R)
Nevada: Heller (R)Mississippi: Cochran (R)Louisiana: Vitter (R)
New Jersey: Menendez (D)Montana: Baucus (D)Maryland: Mikulski (D)
New Mexico: Bingaman (D)Nebraska: Johanns (R)Missouri: Blunt (R)
New York: Gillibrand (D)New Hampshire: Shaheen (D)Nevada: Reid (D)
North Dakota: Conrad (D)New Jersey: Lautenberg (D)New Hampshire: Ayotte (R)
Ohio: Brown (D)New Mexico: Udall (D)New York: Schumer (D)
Pennsylvania: Casey (D)North Carolina: Hagan (D)North Carolina: Burr (R)
Rhode Island: Whitehouse (D)Oklahoma: Inhofe (R)North Dakota: Hoeven (R)
Tennessee: Corker (R)Oregon: Merkley (D)Ohio: Portman (R)
Texas: Hutchison (R)Rhode Island: Reed (D)Oklahoma: Coburn (R)
Utah: Hatch (R)South Carolina: Graham (R)Oregon: Wyden (D)
Vermont: Sanders (I)South Dakota: Johnson (D)Pennsylvania: Toomey (R)
Virginia: Webb (D)Tennessee: Alexander (R)South Carolina: DeMint (R)
Washington: Cantwell (D)Texas: Cornyn (R)South Dakota: Thune (R)
West Virginia: Manchin (D)Virginia: Warner (D)Utah: Lee (R)
Wisconsin: Kohl (D)West Virginia: Rockefeller (D)Vermont: Leahy (D)
Wyoming: Barrasso (R)Wyoming: Enzi (R)Washington: Murray (D)
  Wisconsin: Johnson (R)
Class 1 - 33 Seats
21 Democratic (D)
10 Republican (R)
1 Independent (I)
1 Independent Democrat (ID)
Class 2 - 33 Seats
20 Democratic (D)
13 Republican (R)
Class 3 - 34 Seats
24 Republican (R)
10 Democratic (D)
Entire Senate - 100 Seats
51 Democratic (D)
47 Republican (R)
1 Independent (I)
1 Independent Democrat (ID)

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