1992 Senatorial General Election Results
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Party
# State
Ballots
Pick-upsPopular VoteStates Won
Democratic36+1 36,289,740 50.52% 22 61.1%
Republican36-1 32,378,418 45.07% 14 38.9%
Libertarian220 1,056,495 1.47% 0 0.0%
Independent120 689,248 0.96% 0 0.0%
American Independent50 431,174 0.60% 0 0.0%
Peace & Freedom20 372,817 0.52% 0 0.0%
YOther (+) - - 615,177 0.86% 0 0.0%
Total71,833,06936
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State Pick-ups: (View Details)

Gain Loss Hold Net Gain
Inc. Open Total Inc. Open Total Inc. Open Total
Dem+20+2-10-114620+1
Rep+10+1-20-210313-1
Ind0000000000
Post-Election Senate Control (103th Congress): (View Details)

Party Seats Won Seats Not Up Total Seats
Democratic213657
Republican152843
Independent000
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Election Notes:
  • The Special Election in California to fill the seat vacated by Pete Wilson was held on the same day as the general election; these returns are not included in the tables.
  • The result of the special election in California was a Democratic pick-up against a Republican incumbent.
  • The Senatorial Election in Georgia was undecided at the general election because the winning candidate failed to achieve a majority of the vote. The Democratic and Republican candidates competed head-to-head in a run-off election held on November 24, 1992.
  • The result of the run-off election in Georgia was a Republican pick-up against a Democratic incumbent.
  • The results shown for the Senatorial Election in Louisiana are from the Primary Election held on October 3, 1992, where the winning candidate received a majority of the vote.
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