2010 Senate Primary’s

May 18, 2010

With all the rhetoric going around about how voters are fed up with Congressional incumbents, CPS News had decided to track the primaries from that prospective. Only 36 of the 100 Senate seats are up for grabs this year. At the time of this posting, Democrats have had no Senate elections. Republicans have had two, defeating one incumbent.

The list below will be updated as elections are held.

2010 Primary Election

Senate

Link to Democratic House of Representatives List

Link to Republican House of Representatives List

2010 General Election

Link to General Election – Senate

Link to General Election – House of Representatives

36 of the 100 Senate seats are being contested.

(Retiring Senators are not included in count)

UPDATE: September 19, 2010

Incumbent Losses – Democrats Incumbent Losses – Republicans
1 Loss; 12 Win of 13 2 Loss; 10 Win of 12
NAME PARTY STATE STATUS PARTY WINNER
Bayh, Evan Democrat Indiana Retiring Brad Ellsworth (D)
Burris, Roland Democrat Illinois Retiring Alexander Giannoulias (D)
Dodd, Chris Democrat Connecticut Retiring Richard Blumenthal
Dorgan, Brian Democrat North Dakota Retiring Tracy Arlen Potter
Kaufman, Ted Democrat Delaware Retiring Christopher A. “Chris” Coons
NAME PARTY STATE STATUS PARTY WINNER
Bond, Kit Republican Missouri Retiring Roy Blunt
Brownback, Sam Republican Kansas Retiring Jerry Moran
Bunning, Jim Republican Kentucky Retiring Rand Paul ( R)
Gregg, Judd Republican New Hampshire Retiring Too close to call: Kelly A. Ayotte and Ovide Marc Lamontagne
LeMieux, George Republican Florida Retiring Marco Rubio won but Charlie Crist changed to Independent and will run in General Election
Voinovich, George Republican Ohio Retiring Rob Portman (R)
NAME PARTY STATE WON / LOST PARTY WINNER
Bennet, Michael Democrat Colorado

Won

N/A
Boxer, Barbara Democrat California

Won

N/A
Feingold, Russ Democrat Wisconsin Won N/A
Gillibrand, Kirsten Democrat New York Won N/A
Inouye, Daniel Democrat Hawaii Won N/A
Leahy, Patrick Democrat Vermont

Won

N/A
Lincoln, Blanche Democrat Arkansas

Pending Won

Run off with William A. “Bill” Halter
on June 8
Mikulski, Barbara Democrat Maryland Won N/A
Murray, Patty Democrat Washington

Won

N/A
Reid, Harry – Majority Leader Democrat Nevada

Won

N/A
Schumer, Chuck Democrat New York Won N/A
Specter, Arlen Democrat Pennsylvania

Lost

Sestak, Joe
Wyden, Ron Democrat Oregon

Won

N/A
SPECIAL ELECTION Carte P. Goodwin appointed to replace Robert Byrd, deceased. Goodwin is not a candidate. Democrat West Virginia

N/A

Joe Manchin, III – not included in wins and losses
NAME PARTY STATE WON / LOST PARTY WINNER
Bennett, Bob Republican Utah Lost Run-off June 22: Tim Bridgewater and Mike Lee
Burr, Richard Republican North Carolina Won N/A
Coburn, Tom Republican Oklahoma Won N/A
Crapo, Mike Republican Idaho Won N/A
DeMint, Jim Republican South Carolina Won N/A
Grassley, Chuch Republican Iowa Won N/A
Isakson, Johnny Republican Georgia Won N/A
McCain, John Republican Arizona Won N/A
Murkowski, Lisa Republican Alaska Lost in Runoff Joseph W. “Joe” Miller
Shelby, Richard Republican Alabama Won N/A
Thune, John Republican South Dakota Won N/A
Vitter, David Republican Louisiana Won N/A


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