The Green Papers: 2016 General Election
 
Copyright www.flags.net/UNST.htm 114th Congress
Senate Seats by State

This is a list of the current Senate seats and the incumbents occupying them. Not counting special elections, 34 Senate Seats are up for election on 8 November 2016.

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Alabama  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 2  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Jefferson Beauregard "Jeff" Sessions, III
FEC S6AL00195

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 1,335,104 63.96% Senator  Richard C. Shelby
FEC S6AL00013; 28 Nov 16; Tot $3,463,603; Dsb $11,491,220
Total 2,087,444 100.00%  

Alaska  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 2  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Dan Sullivan
FEC S4AK00214

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 138,149 44.36% Senator  Lisa Murkowski
FEC S4AK00099; 28 Nov 16; Tot $4,374,594; Dsb $5,964,519
  Candidate Write-in; (Republican)     Paul Kendall
FEC S6AK00193
Total 311,441 100.00%  

Arizona  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 1  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Jeff Flake
FEC S2AZ00141
  Candidate Republican     former state Senator Kelli Ward
27 October 2016: Announced.

FEC S6AZ00233; 30 Sep 16; Tot $1,591,465; Dsb $1,533,879

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 1,359,267 53.71% Senator  John Sidney McCain
FEC S6AZ00019; 31 Dec 16; Tot $11,756,078; Dsb $13,353,389
  Candidate Write-in; (Republican) 494 0.02% Sydney Dudikoff
FEC S6AZ00365
  Candidate Write-in; (Republican)     Sean Webster
FEC S6AZ00332
Total 2,530,730 100.00%  

Arkansas  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 2  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Thomas B. "Tom" Cotton
FEC S4AR00103

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 661,984 59.77% Senator  John Nichols Boozman
FEC S0AR00150; 28 Nov 16; Tot $4,174,420; Dsb $3,861,021
Total 1,107,522 100.00%  

Colorado  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 1 Republican, 1 Democratic

Class 3  
  Candidate Republican 1,215,318 44.31% El Paso County Commissioner Darryl Glenn
FEC S6CO00226; 28 Nov 16; Tot $4,135,311; Dsb $3,895,160
Total 2,743,029 100.00%  

Connecticut  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Democratic

Class 3  
  Candidate Republican 552,621 34.62% state Representative Dan Carter
FEC S6CT05108; 31 Dec 16; Tot $383,917; Dsb $375,795
Total 1,596,276 100.00%  

Florida  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 1 Democratic, 1 Republican

Class 1  
  Candidate Republican     Marcia Thorne
FEC S8FL00232

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 4,835,191 51.98% Senator  Marco Rubio
22 June 2016: Announced he will seek re-election.
13 April 2015: Announced he will run for President in 2016. He will not seek re-election to the U.S. Senate.

FEC S0FL00338; 28 Nov 16; Tot $16,552,797; Dsb $16,178,563
  Candidate No Party Affiliation; (Republican) 22,236 0.24% Basil Edward Dalack
FEC S6FL00459; 19 Oct 16; Tot $7,420; Dsb $7,318
  Candidate Write-in; (Republican) 50 0.00% Howard Knepper
FEC S0FL00544
Total 9,301,820 100.00%  

Georgia  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 2,135,806 54.78% Senator  John Hardy "Johnny" Isakson
FEC S6GA00119; 28 Nov 16; Tot $8,444,906; Dsb $9,847,235
Total 3,898,605 100.00%  

Hawaii  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Democratic

Class 3  
  Candidate Republican 92,653 21.17% former state Senator John Stanley Carroll
FEC S0HI00126; 28 Nov 16; Tot $82,940; Dsb $54,417
Total 437,664 100.00%  

Idaho  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 2  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  James E. "Jim" Risch
FEC S8ID00092

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 449,017 66.13% Senator  Michael D. "Mike" Crapo
FEC S8ID00027; 28 Nov 16; Tot $4,285,391; Dsb $4,835,364
Total 678,943 100.00%  

Illinois  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 1 Democratic, 1 Republican

Class 3  
  Candidate Republican 2,184,692 39.78% Senator Mark Steven Kirk
FEC S0IL00261; 28 Nov 16; Tot $8,605,578; Dsb $10,295,111
Total 5,491,878 100.00%  

Indiana  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 1 Democratic, 1 Republican

Class 3  
 ** Open Seat (no incumbent) **
  Elected Republican 1,423,991 52.11% Congressman Todd Christopher Young
CD 9.
12 July 2015: Announced his candidacy for the Class 3 U.S. Senate seat.
12 February 2016: The Indiana Democratic Party announced that it would challenge Congressman Young's ballot petitions at the 19 February state Election Division hearing.
19 February 2016: The Indiana Election Commission votes 2-2 that Todd Young should be on the ballot.

FEC S6IN00191; 28 Nov 16; Tot $10,473,855; Dsb $11,116,773
Total 2,732,546 100.00%  

Iowa  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 2  
  Candidate Republican     Senator Joni K. Ernst
FEC S4IA00129

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 926,007 60.09% Senator Charles E. "Chuck" Grassley
FEC S0IA00028; 28 Nov 16; Tot $8,951,770; Dsb $9,687,623
Total 1,541,036 100.00%  

Kansas  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 2  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Pat Roberts
FEC S6KS00080

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 732,376 62.18% Senator  Jerry Moran
FEC S0KS00091; 28 Nov 16; Tot $4,486,700; Dsb $4,629,386
  Candidate Write-in; (Republican) 46 0.00% Della Jean "DJ" Smith
FEC S4KS00150; 30 Sep 16; Tot $1,820; Dsb $1,865
Total 1,177,922 100.00%  

Kentucky  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 1,090,177 57.27% Senator  Rand Paul
24 May 2013: Announced that he would seek re-election in 2016.
23 July 2013: Filed with the FEC to run the US Senate in 2016.
2 December 2014: Formally announced that he would seek re-election in 2016.
7 April 2015: "I am running for president to return our country to the principles of liberty and limited government."

FEC S0KY00156; 28 Nov 16; Tot $4,902,276; Dsb $7,250,052
Total 1,903,465 100.00%  

Louisiana  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 2  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  William M. "Bill" Cassidy
FEC S4LA00107

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 536,191 60.65% Treasurer  John Neely Kennedy
26 January 2016: Running for the Senate Class 3 seat in 2016.

FEC S4LA00065; 20 Nov 16; Tot $4,380,096; Dsb $3,026,587
Total 884,007 100.00%  

Maryland  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Democratic

Class 3  
 ** Open Seat (no incumbent) **
  Candidate Republican 972,557 35.67% state Delegate  Kathy Szeliga
FEC S6MD03508; 28 Nov 16; Tot $1,582,986; Dsb $1,518,529
Total 2,726,170 100.00%  

Mississippi  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 1  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Roger F. Wicker
FEC S8MS00196

Missouri  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 1 Democratic, 1 Republican

Class 1  
    Republican     former Congressman William Todd "Todd" Akin - apparently not a candidate
7 November 2012: Former Congressman Akins filed with the FEC to run for the Missouri U.S. Senate Seat in 2018. The Statement of Candidacy is most likely part of Mr. Akin's Debt Settlement Plan for debts incurred during his unsuccessful run for Senate in 2012.
27 February 2015: "I will not be running for the U.S. Senate in 2016."

FEC S2MO00429

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 1,378,458 49.18% Senator  Roy Blunt
FEC S0MO00183; 28 Nov 16; Tot $12,057,363; Dsb $13,981,620
Total 2,802,641 100.00%  

Montana  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 1 Democratic, 1 Republican

Class 2  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Steven "Steve" Daines
FEC S2MT00096

Nebraska  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 1  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Debra S. "Deb" Fischer
FEC S2NE00094

Class 2  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Benjamin E. "Ben" Sasse
FEC S4NE00090

Nevada  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 1 Republican, 1 Democratic

Class 1  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Dean Heller
FEC S2NV00183

Class 3  
 ** Open Seat (no incumbent) **
  Candidate Republican 495,079 44.67% Congressman Joseph John "Joe" Heck
Congressman CD 3.
6 July 2015: Running for Class 3 Senate Seat in 2016.

FEC S6NV00218; 28 Nov 16; Tot $12,356,469; Dsb $11,798,151
Total 1,108,294 100.00%  

New Hampshire  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 1 Democratic, 1 Republican

Class 3  
  Candidate Republican 353,632 47.84% Senator  Kelly A. Ayotte
FEC S0NH00235; 28 Nov 16; Tot $15,438,420; Dsb $18,193,969
Total 739,140 100.00%  

New Jersey  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Democratic

Class 1  
  Candidate Republican     Jeff Bell
FEC S8NJ00012

New York  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Democratic

Class 3  
  Candidate Republican; Reform; Conservative 2,009,355 25.76% Wendy Long
FEC S2NY00259; 28 Nov 16; Tot $759,629; Dsb $652,380
Total 7,800,619 100.00%  

North Carolina  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 2,395,376 51.06% Senator  Richard Mauze Burr
FEC S4NC00089; 28 Nov 16; Tot $12,552,200; Dsb $12,844,539
Total 4,691,133 100.00%  

North Dakota  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 1 Democratic, 1 Republican

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 268,788 78.48% Senator  John Hoeven
FEC S0ND00093; 28 Nov 16; Tot $2,935,393; Dsb $2,062,483
Total 342,501 100.00%  

Ohio  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 1 Democratic, 1 Republican

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 3,118,567 58.03% Senator  Robert Jones "Rob" Portman
FEC S0OH00133; 28 Nov 16; Tot $19,824,166; Dsb $24,802,458
Total 5,374,164 100.00%  

Oklahoma  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 2  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  James M. "Jim" Inhofe
FEC S4OK00083

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 980,892 67.74% Senator  James Paul Lankford
FEC S4OK00232; 28 Nov 16; Tot $3,041,503; Dsb $2,561,099
Total 1,448,047 100.00%  

Oregon  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Democratic

Class 3  
  Candidate Republican 651,106 33.35% Mark Allen Callahan
FEC S4OR00172; 28 Nov 16; Tot $35,817; Dsb $33,126
Total 1,952,478 100.00%  

Pennsylvania  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 1 Democratic, 1 Republican

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 2,951,702 48.77% Senator  Patrick Joseph "Pat" Toomey
FEC S4PA00121; 28 Nov 16; Tot $21,925,370; Dsb $27,559,285
Total 6,051,856 100.00%  

South Carolina  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 2  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Lindsey Olin Graham
FEC S0SC00149

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 1,241,609 60.57% Senator  Timothy E. "Tim" Scott
FEC S4SC00240; 28 Nov 16; Tot $6,158,529; Dsb $4,597,452
Total 2,049,893 100.00%  

South Dakota  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 2  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Marion Michael "Mike" Rounds
FEC S4SD00049

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 265,516 71.83% Senator  John R. Thune
FEC S2SD00068; 28 Nov 16; Tot $5,196,776; Dsb $4,192,616
Total 369,656 100.00%  

Tennessee  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 1  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Robert P. "Bob" Corker, Jr.
FEC S6TN00216

Class 2  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Lamar Alexander
FEC S2TN00058

Texas  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 1  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz
23 March 2015: Announced he is running for President.

FEC S2TX00312

Utah  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 1  
  Candidate Republican     Senator Orrin G. Hatch
FEC S6UT00063

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 760,241 68.15% Senator  Mike Lee
FEC S0UT00165; 28 Nov 16; Tot $3,970,606; Dsb $3,947,031
Total 1,115,608 100.00%  

Vermont  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 1 Independent, 1 Democratic

Class 3  
  Candidate Republican 103,637 32.34% Scott Milne
FEC S6VT00160; 08 Dec 16; Tot $127,633; Dsb $106,458
Total 320,467 100.00%  

Washington  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Democratic

Class 3  
  Candidate Republican 1,329,338 40.99% former state Representative Chris Vance
FEC S6WA00321; 28 Nov 16; Tot $445,294; Dsb $448,266
Total 3,243,317 100.00%  

West Virginia  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 1 Democratic, 1 Republican

Class 2  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Shelley Moore Capito
FEC S4WV00159

Wisconsin  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 1 Democratic, 1 Republican

Class 3  
  Elected Republican 1,479,471 50.17% Senator  Ronald Harold "Ron" Johnson
FEC S0WI00197; 28 Nov 16; Tot $17,634,271; Dsb $18,090,962
Total 2,948,741 100.00%  

Wyoming  6-year term. No Term Limit. Senate Electoral Classes
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican

Class 1  
  Candidate Republican     Senator  John A. Barrasso
FEC S6WY00068

Political Parties    Parties appear in parenthesis and italics when a candidate receives the endorsement of a given Party and/or official sources indicate a candidate's association with a particular Party but only where the Party in question does not appear on the actual ballot as such.

Major Parties
  Democratic
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  Democratic-Nonpartisan League
  Republican
Major Third Parties
  Constitution
  Green
  Libertarian
  Pacific Green
  Reform
Other Third Parties
  America's Party
  American
  American Shopping
  Conservative
  Independence
  Independent American
  Independent Party of Oregon
  Liberty Union
  Marijuana
  New Independent Party Iowa
  Progressive
  Socialist Party USA
  Unity
  Veterans Party of America
  Women's Equality
  Working Families
Independents
  Independent
  No Affiliation
  No Party Affiliation
  No Poliitical Party
  Nominated By Petition
  Non Affiliated
  None
  Nonparty
  Unaffiliated
Write-in/Scattered/otherwise not readily classifiable
  None of these candidates
  Scattering
  Write-in
 

Notes

Candidates for office appear on this page in italics where 'The Green Papers' does not yet have independent confirmation from a legal election authority that the person has been officially certified to appear on the ballot.


"FEC" indicates the Federal Election Commission (FEC) Campaign Finance Summary.

When available, we post each candidate's FEC identification number, the date of their most recently filed Report of Receipts and Disbursements, their "Tot" [Total Receipts (contributions received or what came in: FEC Form 3, Line 16, Column B)] and their "Dsb" [Total Disbursements (expenditures or what was spent: FEC Form 3, Line 23, Column B)]. A link is provided to the Federal Election Commission's Summary Report for those who might wish to explore the details.

If a candidate raises or spends $5,000 or less, he or she is not subject to FEC reporting requirements.


Senate Class

Class 1 seats begin their terms at noon on 3 January 2013 and end their terms on 3 January 2019. The next regular election for these seats is in 6 November 2018.
Class 2 seats begin their terms at noon on 3 January 2015 and end their terms on 3 January 2021. The next regular election for these seats is 3 November 2020.
Class 3 seats begin their terms at noon on 3 January 2011 and end their terms on 3 January 2017. The next regular election for these seats is 8 November 2016.

For more information on Senate Classes refer to UNITED STATES SENATE: Electoral "Classes".


Article I, Section 3, clause 2 of the Constitution of the United States reads as follows:

"Immediately after [the Senate of the United States] shall be assembled in Consequence of the first Election, they shall be divided as equally as may be into three classes. The Seats of the Senators of the first Class shall be vacated at the Expiration of the second Year, of the second Class at the Expiration of the fourth Year, and of the third Class at the Expiration of the sixth Year, so that one third may be chosen every second Year..."

Pursuant to this Constitutional provision, a three-Senator Committee was appointed by the Senate on 11 May 1789 to come up with a plan to carry out the requirements of that provision; this Committee reported to the Senate on 14 May 1789 a plan to divide the then 20 Senators (there were 10 of the 13 original States represented in the Senate at the time- each having 2 Senators: North Carolina and Rhode Island had yet to ratify the U.S. Constitution, while New York had so ratified but had failed to elect Senators as of that date) into the requisite three electoral Classes: under this plan, three groups of Senators (set up in such a way so as no State had its two Senators in the same group) were to be listed and the first Senator on each list (a list which was set up geographically north-to-south in the manner in which the Electoral Vote for President was counted before Congress at that time, so that two of the first Senators on these lists were from New Hampshire and the third was the first Senator in alphabetical order from Massachusetts) was to each blindly draw a piece of paper numbered either "1", "2" or "3" out of a box in the possession of the Secretary of the Senate. This plan being agreeable to the Senate and so approved, the drawing of lots in this manner was carried out the following day (15 May 1789)- such lot drawing ultimately determining that, to start with, Classes 1 and 2 were to have 7 Senators each and Class 3 was to have only 6 Senators.

When New York finally seated its two Senators during the ensuing Summer, there was another lot drawing (actually a double-lot drawing) on 28 July 1789 to determine the Classes for these seats: since one of the seats had to be Class 3 to make it equal in number to that of the other two Classes so far, the two New York Senators each blindly drew between two pieces of paper, one marked "3", the other which was blank- after this, there was a second lot drawing in which the New York Senator who had drawn the blank paper blindly drew again between two pieces of paper marked "1" and "2": he drew "1" so that New York would henceforth have Senators of electoral Classes 1 and 3.

When North Carolina seated its two Senators after ratifying the Constitution on 21 November 1789, there was yet another lot drawing (on 29 January 1790) in which North Carolina's two Senators each blindly drew between pieces of paper marked "2" and "3" (since there were now 12 States and, thus, 24 Senators: 24 being equally divisible by 3, there would now have to be 8 Senators in each of the three Classes to fulfill the Constitutional provision that, as nearly as was practicable, one third of the Senate be elected every second year).

After Rhode Island- the last of the 13 original States- finally ratified the Constitution on 29 May 1790 and subsequently seated its two Senators that Summer, there was yet one more lot drawing in the First Congress (on 25 June 1790) in which Rhode Island's two Senators blindly drew between pieces of paper marked "1", "2" and "3": one Senator drew "2", the other drew "1"- thereby determining electoral Classes 1 and 2 as those for the Senators from this State. When Vermont was admitted to the Union as the 14th state on 4 March 1791, there was again a double lot drawing as there had been for New York. From that day until this, whenever a new State has been admitted to the Union, these types of lot drawings (the type determined by the necessity of keeping the number of Senators in each electoral Class as close to one third as possible at the time of said lot drawing) between the new State's first Senators is held before the Senate to determine in just which of the three electoral Classes that State's Senate seats will be placed from then on.


 


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