Thursday, June 30, 2016

2016 Senate Elections...Republicans must go

State
(linked to
summaries below)
IncumbentStatusCandidates
SenatorPartyElectoral
history
AlabamaShelby, RichardRichard ShelbyRepublican1986
1992
1998
2004
2010
Incumbent running.Richard Shelby (Republican)[10]
Ron Crumpton (Democratic)[11]
AlaskaMurkowski, LisaLisa MurkowskiRepublican2002 (Appointed)
2004
2010
Incumbent running.Edgar Blatchford (Democratic)[12]
Dick Grayson (Democratic)[12]
Thomas Lamb (Republican)[13]
Bob Lochner (Republican)[13]
Ray Metcalfe (Democratic)[12]
Lisa Murkowski (Republican)[14]
Margaret Stock (Independent)[15]
ArizonaMcCain, JohnJohn McCainRepublican1986
1992
1998
2004
2010
Incumbent running.Clair Van Steenwyk (Republican)[16]
Kelli Ward (Republican)[17]
John McCain (Republican)[18]
Alex Meluskey (Republican)[19]
Ann Kirkpatrick (Democratic)[20]
ArkansasBoozman, JohnJohn BoozmanRepublican2010Incumbent running.John Boozman (Republican)[21]
Conner Eldridge (Democratic)[22]
CaliforniaBoxer, BarbaraBarbara BoxerDemocratic1992
1998
2004
2010
Incumbent retiring.Kamala Harris (Democratic)[23]
Loretta Sanchez (Democratic)[24]
ColoradoBennet, MichaelMichael BennetDemocratic2009 (Appointed)
2010
Incumbent running.Michael Bennet (Democratic)[25]
Darryl Glenn (Republican)[26]
ConnecticutBlumenthal, RichardRichard BlumenthalDemocratic2010Incumbent running.Richard Blumenthal (Democratic)[27]
Dan Carter (Republican)[28]
Jack Orchulli (Republican)[29]
August Wolf (Republican)[30]
FloridaRubio, MarcoMarco RubioRepublican2010Incumbent running.Carlos Beruff (Republican)[31]
Rocky de la Fuente (Democratic)[32]
Alan Grayson (Democratic)[33]
Pam Keith (Democratic)[34]
Reginald Luster (Democratic)[35]
Patrick Murphy (Democratic)[36]
Ernie Rivera (Republican)[37]
Marco Rubio (Republican)[38]
Dwight Mark Anthony Young (Republican)[39]
GeorgiaIsakson, JohnnyJohnny IsaksonRepublican2004
2010
Incumbent running.Johnny Isakson (Republican)[40]
Jim Barksdale (Democratic)[41]
HawaiiSchatz, BrianBrian SchatzDemocratic2012 (Appointed)
2014 (Special)
Incumbent running.Brian Schatz (Democratic)[27]
John Carroll (Republican)[27]
Makani Christensen (Democratic)[27]
Karla Gottschalk (Republican)[27]
Tutz Honeychurch (Democratic)[27]
Eddie Pirkowski (Republican)[27]
Arturo Reyes (Democratic)[27]
John P. Roco (Democratic)[27]
Miles Shiratori (Democratic)[27]
IdahoCrapo, MikeMike CrapoRepublican1998
2004
2010
Incumbent running.Mike Crapo (Republican)[42]
Jerry Sturgill (Democratic)[43]
IllinoisKirk, MarkMark KirkRepublican2010Incumbent running.Mark Kirk (Republican)[44]
Tammy Duckworth (Democratic)[45]
IndianaCoats, DanDan CoatsRepublican1989 (Appointed)
1990 (Special)
1992
2010
Incumbent retiring.Baron Hill (Democratic)[46]
Todd Young (Republican)[47]
IowaGrassley, ChuckChuck GrassleyRepublican1980
1986
1992
1998
2004
2010
Incumbent running.Chuck Grassley (Republican)[48]
Patty Judge (Democratic)[49]
KansasMoran, JerryJerry MoranRepublican2010Incumbent running.Jerry Moran (Republican)[50]
D.J. Smith (Republican)[51]
Monique Singh-Bey (Democratic)[52]
Patrick Wiesner (Democratic)[53]
KentuckyPaul, RandRand PaulRepublican2010Incumbent running.Jim Gray (Democratic)[54]
Rand Paul (Republican)[55]
LouisianaVitter, DavidDavid VitterRepublican2004
2010
Incumbent retiring.Charles Boustany (Republican)[56]
Joseph Cao (Republican)[57]
John Fleming (Republican)[58]
John Kennedy (Republican)[59]
Rob Maness (Republican)[60]
Troy Hebert (Independent)[61]
Foster Campbell (Democratic)[62]
Derrick Edwards (Democratic)[63]
Caroline Fayard (Democratic)[64]
Josh Pellerin (Democratic)[65]
Thomas Clements (Libertarian)
Abhay Patel (Republican)[66]
MarylandMikulski, BarbaraBarbara MikulskiDemocratic1986
1992
1998
2004
2010
Incumbent retiring.Chris Van Hollen (Democratic)[67]
Kathy Szeliga (Republican)[68]
MissouriBlunt, RoyRoy BluntRepublican2010Incumbent running.Roy Blunt (Republican)[69]
Kristi Nichols (Republican)[70]
Bernie Mowinski (Republican)[70]
Ryan D Luethy (Republican)[71]
Jason Kander (Democratic)[72]
Cori Bush (Democratic)[73]
Wana Dubie (Democratic)[74]
Robert Mack (Democratic)[71]
NevadaReid, HarryHarry ReidDemocratic1986
1992
1998
2004
2010
Incumbent retiring.Catherine Cortez Masto (Democratic)[75]
Joe Heck (Republican)[76]
New HampshireAyotte, KellyKelly AyotteRepublican2010Incumbent running.Tom Alciere (Republican)[77]
Kelly Ayotte (Republican)[78]
Gerard Beloin (Republican)[77]
Stanley Michael Emanuel (Republican)[77]
Jim Rubens (Republican)[79]
Maggie Hassan (Democratic)[80]
New YorkSchumer, ChuckChuck SchumerDemocratic1998
2004
2010
Incumbent running.Chuck Schumer (Democratic)[27]
Wendy Long (Republican)[81]
North CarolinaBurr, RichardRichard BurrRepublican2004
2010
Incumbent running.Richard Burr (Republican)[82]
Deborah Ross (Democratic)[83]
North DakotaHoeven, JohnJohn HoevenRepublican2010Incumbent running.John Hoeven (Republican)[84]
Eliot Glassheim (Democratic)[85]
OhioPortman, RobRob PortmanRepublican2010Incumbent running.Rob Portman (Republican)[86]
Ted Strickland (Democratic)[87]
OklahomaLankford, JamesJames LankfordRepublican2014 (Special)Incumbent running.James Lankford (Republican)[27]
Mike Workman (Democratic)[88]
OregonWyden, RonRon WydenDemocratic1996 (Special)
1998
2004
2010
Incumbent running.Ron Wyden (Democratic)[27]
Mark Callahan (Republican)[89]
PennsylvaniaToomey, PatPat ToomeyRepublican2010Incumbent running.Pat Toomey (Republican)[90]
Kathleen McGinty (Democratic)[91]
South CarolinaScott, TimTim ScottRepublican2013 (Appointed)
2014 (Special)
Incumbent running.Tim Scott (Republican)[27]
Thomas Dixon (Democratic)[92]
South DakotaThune, JohnJohn ThuneRepublican2004
2010
Incumbent running.John Thune (Republican)[93]
Jay Williams (Democratic)[94]
UtahLee, MikeMike LeeRepublican2010Incumbent running.Mike Lee (Republican)[95]
Misty K. Snow (Democratic)[96]
VermontLeahy, PatrickPatrick LeahyDemocratic1974
1980
1986
1992
1998
2004
2010
Incumbent running.Patrick Leahy (Democratic)[97]
Cris Ericson (Democratic)[98]
Scott Milne (Republican)[98]
WashingtonMurray, PattyPatty MurrayDemocratic1992
1998
2004
2010
Incumbent running.Patty Murray (Democratic)[99]
Phil Cornell (Democratic)[100]
Pavel Goberman (Democratic)[101]
Mohammad Said (Democratic)[102]
Thor Amondson (Democratic)[102]
Chris Vance (Republican)[103]
Eric John Marcus (Republican)[102]
Uncle Mover (Republican)[104]
Scott Nazarino (Republican)[102]
WisconsinJohnson, RonRon JohnsonRepublican2010Incumbent running.Russ Feingold (Democratic)[105]
Scott Harbach (Democratic)[106]
Ron Johnson (Republican)[107]
John Schiess (Republican)[108]

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