2022 United States Senate elections (Rubio '16)

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2022 United States Senate elections

← 2018 November 8, 2022 2024 →

34 of the 100 seats in the United States Senate
51 seats needed for a majority

  Majority party Minority party
 
Leader Mitch McConnell Chuck Schumer
Party Republican Democratic
Leader since January 3, 2007 January 3, 2017
Leader's seat Kentucky Nevada
Seats before 59 39
Seats after 51 47
Seat change Decrease8 Increase8
Popular vote 40,841,717 51,315,969
Percentage 42.2% 53.0%
Swing Decrease 9.3% Increase 9.2%
Seats up 24 10
Races won 22 12

  Third party
 
Party Independent
Seats before 2
Seats after 2
Seat change Steady
Popular vote 626,763
Percentage 0.6%
Swing Decrease 0.9%
Seats up 0
Races won 0

Results of the elections:
     Democratic hold
     Republican hold      Republican gain
     No election

Majority Leader before election

Mitch McConnell
Republican

Elected Majority Leader

Mitch McConnell
Republican


The 2022 United States Senate elections will take place on November 8, 2022 for all Class 3 seats of the Senate as well as a special election for Oklahoma's Class 2 seat. The Democratic Party managed to gain eight seats, flipping the states of Florida, Georgia, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

Alabama

Incumbent Republican Richard Shelby has declined to seek another term. Attorney General Luther Strange will face Democrat Will Boyd.

Alaska

Incumbent Republican Lisa Murkowski will be seeking reelection. Under Alaska's RCV system, she will be facing both Democratic and Republican opponents.

Arizona

Incumbent Republican Cindy McCain will be seeking election to a full term, having been appointed and elected to finish her husband's term. She will face Democrat congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick.

Arkansas

Incumbent Republican John Boozman will be seeking reelection. He will face Democrat Natalie James.

California

Incumbent Democrat Kamala Harris will be seeking reelection. She will face Republican Elizabeth Heng.

Colorado

Incumbent Democrat Michael Bennet will be seeking reelection. He will face Republican Joe O'Dea.

Connecticut

Incumbent Democrat Richard Blumenthal will be seeking reelection. He will face Republican state senator Themis Klarides.

Florida

Incumbent Republican Ron DeSantis will be seeking reelection. He will face Democrat congresswoman Stephanie Murphy.

Georgia

Incumbent Republican Kelly Loeffler will be seeking election to a full term. She will face Democrat pastor Raphael Warnock in a rematch.

Hawaii

Incumbent Democrat Brian Schatz will be seeking reelection. He will face Republican state representative Bob McDermott.

Idaho

Incumbent Republican Mike Crapo will be seeking reelection. He will face Democrat David Roth.

Illinois

Incumbent Democrat Tammy Duckworth will be seeking reelection. She will face Republican congresswoman Jeanne Ives.

Indiana

Incumbent Republican Todd Young will be seeking reelection. He will face Democrat Mayor of Indianapolis Joe Hogsett.

Iowa

Incumbent Republican Chuck Grassley will be seeking reelection. He will face former Democrat congresswoman Abby Finkenauer.

Kansas

Incumbent Republican Jerry Moran will be seeking reelection. He will face Democrat mayor Mark Holland.

Kentucky

Incumbent Republican Rand Paul will be seeking reelection. He will face former Democrat congresswoman Amy McGrath

Louisiana

Incumbent Republican John Neely Kennedy will be seeking reelection. Under Louisiana's jungle primary laws, he will face multiple candidates.

Missouri

Incumbent Republican Roy Blunt has declined to seek reelection. Republican attorney general Eric Schmitt will face Democrat state senator Scott Sifton.