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111th Congress - Post-Election Senate Control

Party Seats Won Seats Not Up Total Seats pie
Democratic193655
Republican152641
Independent022
Vacant112


111th Senate Seats by Party

                         
                         
                         
                         


111th Senate Members

State Name Party Elect 2008 First Year Term Expires
Alabama Jefferson B. Sessions, III Republican 1997 2015
Alabama Richard C. Shelby Republican 1987 2011
Alaska Mark P. Begich Democratic 2009 2015
Alaska Lisa Murkowski Republican 2002 2011
Arizona Jon L. Kyl Republican 1995 2013
Arizona John S. McCain, III Republican 1987 2011
Arkansas Mark Pryor Democratic 2003 2015
Arkansas Blanche L. Lincoln Democratic 1999 2011
California Dianne G. B. Feinstein Democratic 1992 2013
California Barbara L. Boxer Democratic 1993 2011
Colorado Mark Udall Democratic 2009 2015
Colorado Michael Bennet 1 Democratic 2009 2011
Connecticut Joseph I. Lieberman Independent 1989 2013
Connecticut Christopher J. Dodd Democratic 1981 2011
Delaware Thomas R. Carper Democratic 2001 2013
Delaware Edward E. Ted Kaufman 2 Democratic 2009 2015
Florida C. William Nelson Democratic 2001 2013
Florida Melquiades Martinez 3 Republican 2005 2011
Georgia C. Saxby Chambliss Republican 2003 2015
Georgia John Isakson Republican 2005 2011
Hawaii Daniel K. Akaka Democratic 1990 2013
Hawaii Daniel K. Inouye Democratic 1963 2011
Idaho James E. Risch Republican 2009 2015
Idaho Michael D. Crapo Republican 1999 2011
Illinois Richard J. Durbin Democratic 1997 2015
Illinois Vacant 4 2009 2011
Indiana Richard G. Lugar Republican 1977 2013
Indiana B. Evans Bayh, III Democratic 1999 2011
Iowa Thomas R. Harkin Democratic 1985 2015
Iowa Charles E. Grassley Republican 1981 2011
Kansas C. Patrick Roberts Republican 1997 2015
Kansas Samuel D. Brownback Republican 1996 2011
Kentucky A. Mitchell McConnell, Jr. Republican 1985 2015
Kentucky James P. Bunning Republican 1999 2011
Louisiana Mary L. Landrieu Democratic 1997 2015
Louisiana David Vitter Republican 2005 2011
Maine Olympia J. Snowe Republican 1995 2013
Maine Susan M. Collins Republican 1997 2015
Maryland Benjamin L. Cardin Democratic 2007 2013
Maryland Barbara A. Mikulski Democratic 1987 2011
Massachusetts Edward M. Kennedy 5 Democratic 1962 2013
Massachusetts John F. Kerry Democratic 1985 2015
Michigan Debbie A. Stabenow Democratic 2001 2013
Michigan Carl M. Levin Democratic 1979 2015
Minnesota Amy Klobuchar Democratic 2007 2013
Minnesota Vacant 6 2009 2015
Mississippi Roger F. Wicker 7 Republican 2007 2013
Mississippi W. Thad Cochran Republican 1979 2015
Missouri Claire McCaskill Democratic 2007 2013
Missouri Christopher S. Bond Republican 1987 2011
Montana Jon Tester Democratic 2007 2013
Montana Max S. Baucus Democratic 1979 2015
Nebraska E. Benjamin Nelson Democratic 2001 2013
Nebraska Michael O. Johanns Republican 2009 2015
Nevada John E. Ensign Republican 2001 2013
Nevada Harry M. Reid Democratic 1987 2011
New Hampshire Jeanne Shaheen Democratic 2009 2015
New Hampshire Judd A. Gregg Republican 1993 2011
New Jersey Robert Menendez Democratic 2006 2013
New Jersey Frank R. Lautenberg Democratic 2003 2015
New Mexico Jesse F. Bingaman, Jr. Democratic 1983 2013
New Mexico Thomas S. Udall Democratic 2009 2015
New York Kirsten Gillibrand 8 Democratic 2009 2013
New York Charles E. Schumer Democratic 1999 2011
North Carolina Kay R. Hagin Democratic 2009 2015
North Carolina Richard Burr Republican 2005 2011
North Dakota Kent Conrad Democratic 1987 2013
North Dakota Byron L. Dorgan Democratic 1992 2011
Ohio Sherrod Brown Democratic 2007 2013
Ohio George V. Voinovich Republican 1999 2011
Oklahoma James Inhofe Republican 1995 2015
Oklahoma Tom Coburn Republican 2005 2011
Oregon Jeffrey A. Merkley Democratic 2009 2015
Oregon Ronald L. Wyden Democratic 1996 2011
Pennsylvania Robert Casey, Jr. Democratic 2007 2013
Pennsylvania Arlen Specter 9 Republican 1981 2011
Rhode Island Sheldon Whitehouse Democratic 2007 2013
Rhode Island John F. Reed Democratic 1997 2015
South Carolina Lindsey O. Graham Republican 2003 2015
South Carolina Jim DeMint Republican 2005 2011
South Dakota Timothy P. Johnson Democratic 1997 2015
South Dakota John Thune Republican 2005 2011
Tennessee Robert P. 'Bob' Corker, Jr. Republican 2007 2013
Tennessee Lamar A. Alexander Republican 2003 2015
Texas Kay Bailey Hutchison Republican 1993 2013
Texas John Cornyn Republican 2003 2015
Utah Orrin G. Hatch Republican 1977 2013
Utah Robert F. Bennett Republican 1993 2011
Vermont Bernard Sanders Independent 2007 2013
Vermont Patrick J. Leahy Democratic 1975 2011
Virginia James H. Webb, Jr. Democratic 2007 2013
Virginia Mark Warner Democratic 2009 2015
Washington Maria Cantwell Democratic 2001 2013
Washington Patricia Murray Democratic 1993 2011
West Virginia Robert C. Byrd Democratic 1959 2013
West Virginia John D. Rockefeller, IV Democratic 1985 2015
Wisconsin Herbert H. Kohl Democratic 1989 2013
Wisconsin Russell D. Feingold Democratic 1993 2011
Wyoming John A. Barrasso 10 Republican 2007 2013
Wyoming Michael B. Enzi Republican 1997 2015
Notes:
1: Appointed after Kenneth Salazar resigned to assume the position of Secretary of the Interior.
2: Appointed after Joseph R. Biden Jr. resigned to assume the position of Vice President.
3: Resigned for personal reasons in the Summer of 2009
4: Barack Obama resigned to become President of the United States. A qualificaiton controversy surrounding the appointment of his successor, Roland Burris, by embattled governor Rod Blagojevich prevented him from being seated.
5: Died on August 25, 2009
6: Recount and litigation prevented seating eventual winner Alan S. Franken.
7: Special Election (was appointed in 2007 after C. Trent Lott, Jr. resigned).
8: Appointed after Hillary Rodham Clinton resigned to become Secretary of State
9: Changed Party Affiliation to Democratic on April 30, 2009
10: Special Election (was appointed in 2007 after the death of Craig L. Thomas)

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