1996 Senatorial Election - Seat Pickups

1996 Senatorial Pick-up Map

Pick-up Detail

State Name Party Result
Alabama Jeff Sessions RepublicanPick-up Open Seat
Alaska Ted Stevens RepublicanRe-elected
Arkansas Tim Hutchinson RepublicanPick-up Open Seat
Colorado Wayne Allard RepublicanHeld Open Seat
Delaware Joseph R. Biden, Jr. DemocraticRe-elected
Georgia Max Cleland DemocraticHeld Open Seat
Idaho Larry Craig RepublicanRe-elected
Illinois Richard J. Durbin DemocraticHeld Open Seat
Iowa Tom Harkin DemocraticRe-elected
Kansas Pat Roberts RepublicanHeld Open Seat
Kansas Sam Brownback RepublicanHeld Open Seat
Kentucky Mitch McConnell RepublicanRe-elected
Louisiana Mary L. Landrieu DemocraticHeld Open Seat
Maine Susan M. Collins RepublicanHeld Open Seat
Massachusetts John F. Kerry DemocraticRe-elected
Michigan Carl Levin DemocraticRe-elected
Minnesota Paul D. Wellstone DemocraticRe-elected
Mississippi Thad Cochran RepublicanRe-elected
Montana Max Baucus DemocraticRe-elected
Nebraska Chuck Hagel RepublicanPick-up Open Seat
New Hampshire Bob Smith RepublicanRe-elected
New Jersey Robert G. Torricelli DemocraticHeld Open Seat
New Mexico Pete Domenici RepublicanRe-elected
North Carolina Jesse Helms RepublicanRe-elected
Oklahoma James M. Inhofe RepublicanRe-elected
Oregon Gordon Smith RepublicanHeld Open Seat
Rhode Island Jack Reed DemocraticHeld Open Seat
South Carolina J. Strom Thurmond RepublicanRe-elected
South Dakota Tim Johnson DemocraticPick-up vs. Incumbent
Tennessee Fred Thompson RepublicanRe-elected
Texas Phil Gramm RepublicanRe-elected
Virginia John W. Warner RepublicanRe-elected
West Virginia John D. Rockefeller, IV DemocraticRe-elected
Wyoming Michael B. Enzi RepublicanHeld Open Seat

Pick-up Summary

Gain Loss Hold Net Gain
Inc. Open Total Inc. Open Total Inc. Open Total

National Results for 1996


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