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This is a list of the current Senate seats and the incumbents occupying them. Not counting special elections, 33 Senate Seats are up for election on 5 November 2024.

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

Class 1
Seat up for regular election
Republican Senator  Richard L. "Rick" Scott
First elected: 2018
Seat up for regular election: Tuesday 5 November 2024
    Democratic     Matt Boswell - apparently not a candidate
26 April 2024: Did Not Qualify

FEC S4FL00454
  Candidate Democratic     Stanley Campbell
FEC S4FL00637; 31 Mar 24; Tot $1,050,010; Dsb $278,754
    Democratic     former Member of Congress  Alan Mark Grayson - apparently not a candidate
7 June 2024: Withdrew. Candidate for state Senate.
Unsuccessful candidate: 2006; first elected: 2008; unsuccessful candidate for re-election: 2010; re-elected: 2012, 2014; unsuccessful candidate for nomination to the US Senate: 2016; unsuccessful candidate for nomination to the US House: 2018; unsuccessful candidate for re-election: 2020; unsuccessful candidate for nomination: 2022.

FEC S2FL00581; 31 Mar 24; Tot $518,991; Dsb $425,135
    Democratic     Donald "Don" Horan - apparently not a candidate
FEC S4FL00538; 29 Sep 23; Tot $73,455; Dsb $73,455
  Candidate Democratic     Rodenay "Rod" Joseph
FEC S4FL00512; 31 Mar 24; Tot $28,596; Dsb $20,855
    Democratic     Bernard Korn - apparently not a candidate
FEC S0FL00635
    Democratic     Josue Larose - apparently not a candidate
FEC S4FL00462; 31 Mar 24; Tot $0; Dsb $0
  Candidate Democratic     former Member of Congress  Debbie Mucarsel-Powell
First elected: 2018; unsuccessful candidate for reelection: 2020.

FEC S4FL00611; 31 Mar 24; Tot $7,291,927; Dsb $4,541,327
    Democratic     Marcos Antonio Reyes - apparently not a candidate
6 October 2023: Filed with the FEC H4FL28034 for US House CD 28.
21 October 2023: Filed with the FEC S4FL00652 and S4FL00660 for US Senate Class 1.

FEC S4FL00652
  Candidate Democratic     former state Representative Brian Rush
FEC S4FL00595; 31 Mar 24; Tot $76,787; Dsb $41,580
    Democratic     Matthew Alexander Sanscrainte - apparently not a candidate
FEC S4FL00488
    Democratic     Everett Stern - apparently not a candidate
FEC S4FL00579; 30 Sep 23; Tot $325; Dsb $325
    Democratic     Jason Williams - apparently not a candidate
26 April 2024: Did Not Qualify
  Candidate Republican     John S. Columbus
FEC S4FL00785; 31 Mar 24; Tot $12,223; Dsb $1,214
  Candidate Republican     Keith Gross
FEC S4FL00553; 31 Mar 24; Tot $1,927,635; Dsb $1,897,936
    Republican     Farid A. Khavari - apparently not a candidate
26 April 2024: Did Not Qualify
    Republican     Patricia Marie Krentcil - apparently not a candidate
aka Tan Mom

FEC S4FL00603
    Republican     Shannon May O'Dell - apparently not a candidate
26 April 2024: Did Not Qualify

FEC S4FL00678
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Richard L. "Rick" Scott
FEC S8FL00273; 31 Mar 24; Tot $11,092,552; Dsb $11,354,220
    Republican     Joe Smith - apparently not a candidate
26 April 2024: Did Not Qualify

FEC S4FL00629
    Republican     Katy Sun - apparently not a candidate
FEC S4FL00686
    Republican     Alix Christopher Toulme, Jr. - apparently not a candidate
26 April 2024: Did Not Qualify.
FEC S4FL00520 or S4FL00769

FEC S4FL00520
    Republican     Angela Marie Windhauser - apparently not a candidate
aka Angela Marie Walls-Windhauser

FEC S4FL00645
    Green     Randy Toler - apparently not a candidate
FEC S4FL00447
  Candidate Libertarian     Feena Bonoan
FEC S4FL00736
    Libertarian     Wilson Instervil - apparently not a candidate
FEC H4FL01163
    Socialist Workers Party     Rachele Fruit - apparently not a candidate
    No Party Affiliation     Shantele Renee Bennett - apparently not a candidate
15 May 2024: Did Not Qualify

FEC S4FL00751
    No Party Affiliation     Stephen Canton - apparently not a candidate
  Candidate No Party Affiliation     Ben Everidge
    No Party Affiliation     Grace Granda - apparently not a candidate
FEC S2FL00425
    No Party Affiliation     Samir Ramzi Hazza - apparently not a candidate
FEC S4FL00777
  Candidate No Party Affiliation     Quoc Tuan "Tuan" "TQ" Nguyen
FEC S2FL00656
    Write-in     James "Jim" Davis - apparently not a candidate
FEC S4FL00439
    Write-in     Salomon Hernandez, Sr. - apparently not a candidate
FEC S4FL00546
  Candidate Write-in; (No Party Affiliation)     Howard Knepper

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

Class 1
Seat up for regular election
Open
Republican Senator  Michael K. "Mike" Braun
First elected: 2018
Seat up for regular election: Tuesday 5 November 2024
Open Seat - 29 November 2022: Candidate for Governor in 2024.
 ** Open Seat (no incumbent) **
    Democratic     former state Representative Robert Marc "Marc" Carmichael - lost primary
FEC S4IN00279; 17 Apr 24; Tot $111,919; Dsb $62,867
  Candidate Democratic     Valerie L. McCray
FEC S2IN00166; 17 Apr 24; Tot $14,789; Dsb $15,701
  Candidate Republican     Member of Congress  James E. "Jim" Banks
District 3

FEC S4IN00196; 17 Apr 24; Tot $4,732,125; Dsb $3,188,816
  Candidate Libertarian     Andrew Michael "Andy" Horning
FEC S2IN00109
  Candidate Progressive     Aleem Young, Sr.
FEC S4IN00329
  Candidate Independent     Sean Adam Dada
FEC S4IN00220
  Candidate Independent     Richard Allen Kent
FEC S4IN00246
  Candidate Write-in; (Independent)     Phillip D. "Phil" Beachy

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

Class 1
Seat up for regular election
Republican Senator  Roger F. Wicker
Appointed 31 December 2007 to fill the vacancy caused by the 18 December 2007 resignation of Senator Trent Lott. First elected in a special election: 4 November 2008. Re-elected: 2012, 2018.
Seat up for regular election: Tuesday 5 November 2024
Renominated
  Candidate Democratic     Ty Pinkins
Candidate for Secretary of State in 2023.

FEC S4MS00187; 31 Mar 24; Tot $324,830; Dsb $189,790
    Republican     Timothy Ghannon "Ghannon" "The Colonel" Burton - lost primary
FEC S4MS00203; 31 Mar 24; Tot $212,429; Dsb $207,928
    Republican     state Representative  Dan Eubanks - lost primary
FEC S4MS00195; 31 Mar 24; Tot $52,718; Dsb $52,718
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Roger F. Wicker
FEC S8MS00196; 31 Mar 24; Tot $5,709,078; Dsb $4,668,805

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

Class 1
Seat up for regular election
Republican Senator  Joshua David "Josh" Hawley
First elected: 2018
Seat up for regular election: Tuesday 5 November 2024
Renominated
  Candidate Democratic     Mita Biswas
  Candidate Democratic     December L. Harmon
FEC S4MO00268; 31 Mar 24; Tot $14,728; Dsb $12,759
    Democratic     David Curtis Jefferson - apparently not a candidate
FEC S0MO00175
  Candidate Democratic     Lucas Kunce
FEC S2MO00528; 31 Mar 24; Tot $7,691,422; Dsb $4,395,006
  Candidate Democratic     state Senator  Karla May
FEC S4MO00276; 31 Mar 24; Tot $37,059; Dsb $30,755
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Joshua David "Josh" Hawley
FEC S8MO00160; 31 Mar 24; Tot $6,865,685; Dsb $5,363,217
  Candidate The Better Party     Jared Young
FEC S4MO00284; 31 Mar 24; Tot $364,377; Dsb $253,727
  Candidate Socialist Equality     Doris Ann Canaday
FEC S4MO00227
  Candidate Independent     W.C. Young
Better Party
  Candidate No Party Affiliation     Zack Exley
FEC S4MO00219

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

Class 1
Seat up for regular election
Republican Senator  Debra S. "Deb" Fischer
First elected: 2012; re-elected: 2018.
Seat up for regular election: Tuesday 5 November 2024
Renominated
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Debra S. "Deb" Fischer
FEC S2NE00094; 24 Apr 24; Tot $3,562,163; Dsb $2,268,200
    Republican     Arron M. Kowalski - lost primary
FEC S4NE00249
  Candidate Legal Marijuana Now     Kerry Eddy
FEC S4NE00231; 24 Apr 24; Tot $16,384; Dsb $922
    Legal Marijuana Now     Kenneth "Ken" Peterson - lost primary
FEC S4NE00256
  Candidate Independent     Dan Osborn
FEC S4NE00207; 24 Apr 24; Tot $812,114; Dsb $427,220

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

Class 1
Seat up for regular election
Republican Senator  Kevin Cramer
First elected: 2018
Seat up for regular election: Tuesday 5 November 2024
Renominated
  Candidate Democratic-Nonpartisan League     Katrina Christiansen
FEC S2ND00123; 22 May 24; Tot $815,393; Dsb $708,986
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Kevin Cramer
FEC S8ND00120; 22 May 24; Tot $3,951,529; Dsb $1,463,616
  Candidate No Party Affiliation     Kristin Ruth Hedger
FEC S4ND00061

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

Class 1
Seat up for regular election
Republican Senator  Marsha Blackburn
Previously served in the U.S. House, 2003-2019; first elected: 2018.
Seat up for regular election: Tuesday 5 November 2024
  Candidate Democratic     Marquita Bradshaw
FEC S4TN00542; 31 Mar 24; Tot $23,575; Dsb $16,438
  Candidate Democratic     Lola Denise "Lodie" Brown
    Democratic     Dylan Lee Fain - apparently not a candidate
FEC S4TN00500
  Candidate Democratic     state Representative  Gloria Johnson
FEC S4TN00526; 31 Mar 24; Tot $3,654,511; Dsb $1,605,525
  Candidate Democratic     Kevin Lee McCants
  Candidate Democratic     Civil Marsha Miller-Watkins
FEC S4TN00534; 31 Mar 24; Tot $12,739; Dsb $9,815
    Democratic     Joanne Sowell - apparently not a candidate
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Marsha Blackburn
FEC S8TN00337; 31 Mar 24; Tot $7,290,841; Dsb $2,412,468
    Republican     Pamela J. Moses - apparently not a candidate
  Candidate Republican     Tres Wittum
  Candidate Independent     Tharon Chandler
    Independent     Adam Lee Heimerman - apparently not a candidate
    Independent     Steven J. Hooper - apparently not a candidate
  Candidate Independent     Pamela Jeanine "P." Moses
  Candidate Independent     Hastina Robinson
    Independent     Dallas Shane Templeton - apparently not a candidate
  Candidate Independent     Marshal Weaver
    Other     Wisdom Zerit Teklay - apparently not a candidate
Filed for US Senate FEC S4TN00518, filed for US House CD 1 FEC H4TN01169

FEC S4TN00518

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

Class 1
Seat up for regular election
Republican Senator  Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz
First elected: 2012; re-elected: 2018.
Seat up for regular election: Tuesday 5 November 2024
Renominated
  Candidate Democratic     Member of Congress  Colin Allred
3 May 2023: Candidate for the U.S. Senate seat in 2024.
Congressman CD 32

FEC S4TX00722; 31 Mar 24; Tot $27,910,143; Dsb $17,436,707
    Democratic     Meri Lizet Gomez - lost primary
FEC S4TX00771; 14 Feb 24; Tot $16,684; Dsb $16,984
    Democratic     former Nueces County District Attorney Mark A. Gonzalez - lost primary
FEC S4TX00789; 14 Feb 24; Tot $14,967; Dsb $11,660
    Democratic     state Senator  Roland Gutierrez - lost primary
FEC S4TX00755; 31 Mar 24; Tot $1,446,540; Dsb $1,392,130
    Democratic     Ahmad "Robert" Hassan - lost primary
FEC S4TX00821; 27 Mar 24; Tot $2,440; Dsb $9,655
    Democratic     Steve J. Keough - lost primary
FEC S4TX00748; 14 Feb 24; Tot $28,693; Dsb $29,040
    Democratic     Heli Rodriguez-Prilliman - lost primary
FEC S4TX00607; 31 Mar 24; Tot $10,122; Dsb $10,418
    Democratic     state Representative  Carl Oscar Sherman, Sr. - lost primary
FEC S4TX00805; 31 Mar 24; Tot $175,497; Dsb $159,299
    Democratic     Thierry Tchenko - lost primary
FEC S4TX00706; 31 Mar 24; Tot $142,864; Dsb $142,864
  Candidate Republican     Senator  Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz
14 February 2023: "I'm on the ballot in 2024. I'm running for re-election."

FEC S2TX00312; 31 Mar 24; Tot $18,155,115; Dsb $12,174,589
    Republican     Holland "Redd" Gibson - lost primary
FEC S4TX00862
    Republican     Rufus "R.E." Lopez - lost primary
FEC S4TX00870
  Candidate Libertarian     Theodore E. "Ted" Brown, Jr.
FEC S4TX00888; 31 Mar 24; Tot $5,760; Dsb $5,226
  Candidate Independent     former Corpus Christi Mayor Eldon Daniel "Dan" McQueen
FEC S4TX00698 (Senate), FEC H0TX20124 (U.S. House)

FEC H0TX20124
  Candidate Write-in; (Socialist Workers Party)     Alyson Kennedy

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

Class 1
Seat up for regular election
Open
Republican Senator  Willard "Mitt" Romney
First elected: 2018
Seat up for regular election: Tuesday 5 November 2024
Open Seat - 13 September 2023: " ".... it's time for a new generation of leaders."
  Candidate Democratic     Caroline Gleich
FEC S4UT00308; 07 Apr 24; Tot $389,535; Dsb $303,924
  Candidate Republican     Member of Congress  John Curtis
3 January 2024: Member of Congress CD 3.
Candidate for the Class 1 Senate Seat in 2024.

FEC S4UT00282; 05 Jun 24; Tot $3,796,591; Dsb $3,607,566
  Candidate Republican     Riverton Mayo  Trent Staggs
FEC S4UT00217; 05 Jun 24; Tot $1,247,184; Dsb $871,935
  Candidate Republican     Jason J. Walton
FEC S4UT00316; 05 Jun 24; Tot $2,882,658; Dsb $2,620,544
  Candidate Republican     state Representative  Brad R. Wilson
FEC S4UT00209; 05 Jun 24; Tot $5,019,090; Dsb $4,465,090
  Candidate Independent American     former American Fork City Council Member Carlton E. Bowen
FEC S4UT00324; 07 Apr 24; Tot $8,569; Dsb $6,018
  Candidate Independent     Robert Newcomb
FEC S4UT00274
  Candidate Write-in; (Democratic)     Laird Fetzer "Larry" Hamblin
FEC S2UT00377; 30 Sep 24; Tot $145; Dsb $34

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

Class 1
Seat up for regular election
Republican Senator  John A. Barrasso
Appointed: 22 June 2007 by Governor Dave Freudenthal; first elected in a special election: 4 November 2008; re-elected: 2012, 2018.
Seat up for regular election: Tuesday 5 November 2024
  Candidate Democratic     Scott D. Morrow
FEC S4WY00188
  Candidate Republican     Senator  John A. Barrasso
FEC S6WY00068; 31 Mar 24; Tot $4,281,899; Dsb $1,376,717
  Candidate Republican     former County Judge John Holtz
  Candidate Republican     Reid Rasner
FEC S4WY00162; 31 Mar 24; Tot $262,251; Dsb $180,915
  Candidate Write-in     Tony Davis
FEC S4WY00170

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
  Democratic-Farmer Labor
  Democratic-Nonpartisan League
  Republican
Major Third Parties
  Constitution
  Green
  Libertarian
  Wisconsin Green
Other Third Parties
  Aloha 'Āina
  America First
  American Independent
  American Solidarity
  The Better Party
  Communist
  Conservative
  Independence-Alliance
  Independent American
  Independent Greens
  Independent Party Of Delaware
  Legal Marijuana Now
  No Labels
  Progressive
  Socialist Equality
  Socialist Workers Party
  We The People
  Workers Party
  Working Families
Independents
 
  Independent
  No Party Affiliation
  No Party Preference
  No Political Party
  Nonpartisan
  Nonparty
  Other
  Other Candidates
  Unaffiliated
Write-in/Scattered/otherwise not readily classifiable
  Not readily classifiable
  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 2019 and end their terms on 3 January 2025. The next regular election for these seats is in 5 November 2024.
Class 2 seats began their terms at noon on 3 January 2021 and end their terms on 3 January 2027. The next regular election for these seats is 3 November 2026.
Class 3 seats began their terms at noon on 3 January 2023 and end their terms on 3 January 2029. The next regular election for these seats is 7 November 2028.

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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