103th Congress - Senate Seats
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103th Congress - Post-Election Senate Control

Party Seats Won Seats Not Up Total Seats pie
Democratic213657
Republican152843
Independent000


103th Senate Seats by Party

                         
                         
                         
                         


103th Senate Members

State Name Party Elect 1992 First Year Term Expires
Alabama Howell Heflin 1 Democratic 1979 1997
Alabama Richard C. Shelby 2 Democratic 1987 1999
Alaska Theodore F. Stevens Republican 1968 1997
Alaska Frank H. Murkowski Republican 1981 1999
Arizona Dennis DeConcini Democratic 1977 1995
Arizona John S. McCain, III Republican 1987 1999
Arkansas David Pryor Democratic 1979 1997
Arkansas Dale Bumpers Democratic 1975 1999
California Dianne G. B. Feinstein 3 Democratic 1992 1995
California Barbara L. Boxer Democratic 1993 1999
Colorado George Hanks Brown Republican 1991 1997
Colorado Ben Nighthorse Campbell 4 Democratic 1993 1999
Connecticut Joseph I. Lieberman Democratic 1989 1995
Connecticut Christopher J. Dodd Democratic 1981 1999
Delaware William V. Roth, Jr. Republican 1971 1995
Delaware Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Democratic 1973 1997
Florida Cornelius McGillicuddy, III Republican 1989 1995
Florida D. Robert Graham Democratic 1987 1999
Georgia Samuel A. Nunn, Jr. Democratic 1972 1997
Georgia Paul D. Coverdell Republican 1993 1999
Hawaii Daniel K. Akaka Democratic 1990 1995
Hawaii Daniel K. Inouye Democratic 1963 1999
Idaho Larry E. Craig Republican 1991 1997
Idaho Dirk Kempthorne Republican 1993 1999
Illinois Paul Simon Democratic 1985 1997
Illinois Carol Moseley-Braun Democratic 1993 1999
Indiana Richard G. Lugar Republican 1977 1995
Indiana Daniel R. Coats Republican 1989 1999
Iowa Thomas R. Harkin Democratic 1985 1997
Iowa Charles E. Grassley Republican 1981 1999
Kansas Nancy Kassebaum Republican 1978 1997
Kansas Robert J. Dole Republican 1969 1999
Kentucky A. Mitchell McConnell, Jr. Republican 1985 1997
Kentucky Wendell H. Ford Democratic 1974 1999
Louisiana Bennett Johnston, Jr. Democratic 1972 1997
Louisiana John B. Breaux Democratic 1987 1999
Maine George J. Mitchell Democratic 1980 1995
Maine William Cohen Republican 1979 1997
Maryland Paul S. Sarbanes Democratic 1977 1995
Maryland Barbara A. Mikulski Democratic 1987 1999
Massachusetts Edward M. Kennedy Democratic 1962 1995
Massachusetts John F. Kerry Democratic 1985 1997
Michigan Donald W. Riegle, Jr. Democratic 1976 1995
Michigan Carl M. Levin Democratic 1979 1997
Minnesota David Durenberger Republican 1978 1995
Minnesota Paul D. Wellstone Democratic 1991 1997
Mississippi C. Trent Lott, Jr. Republican 1989 1995
Mississippi W. Thad Cochran Republican 1979 1997
Missouri John C. Danforth Republican 1976 1995
Missouri Christopher S. Bond Republican 1987 1999
Montana Conrad R. Burns Republican 1989 1995
Montana Max S. Baucus Democratic 1979 1997
Nebraska J. Robert Kerrey Democratic 1989 1995
Nebraska J. James Exon Democratic 1979 1997
Nevada Richard H. Bryan Democratic 1989 1995
Nevada Harry M. Reid Democratic 1987 1999
New Hampshire Robert C. Smith Republican 1990 1997
New Hampshire Judd A. Gregg Republican 1993 1999
New Jersey Frank R. Lautenberg Democratic 1982 1995
New Jersey William W. Bradley Democratic 1979 1997
New Mexico Jesse F. Bingaman, Jr. Democratic 1983 1995
New Mexico Peter V. Domenici Republican 1973 1997
New York Daniel Patrick Moynihan Democratic 1977 1995
New York Alfonse M. D'Amato Republican 1981 1999
North Carolina Jesse Helms, Jr. Republican 1973 1997
North Carolina Lauch Faircloth Republican 1993 1999
North Dakota Kent Conrad 5 Democratic 1987 1995
North Dakota Byron L. Dorgan Democratic 1992 1999
Ohio Howard M. Metzenbaum Democratic 1976 1995
Ohio John H. Glenn, Jr. Democratic 1974 1999
Oklahoma David L. Boren Democratic 1979 1997
Oklahoma Donald L. Nickles Republican 1981 1999
Oregon Mark Hatfield Republican 1967 1997
Oregon Robert Packwood Republican 1969 1999
Pennsylvania Harris Wofford Democratic 1991 1995
Pennsylvania Arlen Specter Republican 1981 1999
Rhode Island John Chafee 6 Republican 1976 1995
Rhode Island Claiborne Pell Democratic 1961 1997
South Carolina James Strom Thurmond Republican 1954 1997
South Carolina Ernest F. Hollings Democratic 1966 1999
South Dakota Larry Pressler Republican 1979 1997
South Dakota Thomas A. Daschle Democratic 1987 1999
Tennessee James R. Sasser Democratic 1978 1995
Tennessee Harlan Mathews Democratic 1993 1997
Texas Robert Charles Krueger 7 Democratic 1993 1995
Texas William Philip Gramm Republican 1985 1997
Utah Orrin G. Hatch Republican 1977 1995
Utah Robert F. Bennett Republican 1993 1999
Vermont James M. Jeffords Republican 1989 1995
Vermont Patrick J. Leahy Democratic 1975 1999
Virginia Charles S. Robb Democratic 1989 1995
Virginia John W. Warner Republican 1979 1997
Washington Thomas Slade Gorton, III Republican 1981 1995
Washington Patricia Murray Democratic 1993 1999
West Virginia Robert C. Byrd Democratic 1959 1995
West Virginia John D. Rockefeller, IV Democratic 1985 1997
Wisconsin Herbert H. Kohl Democratic 1989 1995
Wisconsin Russell D. Feingold Democratic 1993 1999
Wyoming Malcolm Wallop Republican 1977 1995
Wyoming Alan Simpson Republican 1979 1997
Notes:
1: 57
2: Shelby Changed parties to R on 11/9/94
3: Special Election (Wilson resigned to become governor)
4: Dem -> Changed to Rep in 1995
5: Special Election (Death of Quentin Burdick (D))
6: ** Change in 1996 and 1998
7: Appointed in 1993 (Jan 21). Lost special election to K B Hutchison in June 1993 special election

National Results for 1992

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