2014 Senate Election Interactive Map

36 U.S. Senate seats to be contested in 2014

Select a state to view nominees and update your prediction. Democrats retain control with 50 seats, Republicans need 51 (a net gain of 6) to take the majority. It's possible we may not know who is in control until well after Election Day. More info below the map. Expert race ratings courtesy of Sabato's Crystal Ball. The original Senate map is available here. To share a map/forecast you've created, select the 'Share Map' button below the map.



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The current U.S. Senate has 53 Democrats and 45 Republicans. There are two independents who caucus with the Democrats, effectively giving them control of 55 seats. The 2014 Senate elections will take place on November 4, 2014. There are 36 races, of which 33 are on a normal six-year cycle. There are special elections in Hawaii, Oklahoma and South Carolina. In the latter two states, these special elections coincide with a regular election.


The 36 Senate seats are currently held by 21 Democrats and 15 Republicans. Of those 36 incumbents, five Democrats and two Republicans are retiring; an additional Republican is resigning in early 2015, at the conclusion of the 113th Congress.


Kansas: If you show the Independent ahead, you can choose which party he will caucus with or you can leave him unaffiliated.

Alaska

Mark Begich
Incumbent
Dan Sullivan
 

Alabama

Sessions is unopposed for re-election
Jeff Sessions
Incumbent

Arkansas

Mark Pryor
Incumbent
Tom Cotton
 

Colorado

Mark Udall
Incumbent
Cory Gardner
 

Delaware

Chris Coons
Incumbent
Kevin Wade
 

Georgia

Incumbent Saxby Chambliss (R) not running.
Runoff Jan. 6, 2015, if no candidate gets 50%. Note that this is after the new Senate is sworn-in, opening up the possibility that one party may only hold the majority for a few days.
Michelle Nunn
 
David Perdue
 

Hawaii

Brian Schatz
Incumbent
Campbell Cavasso
 

Iowa

Incumbent Tom Harkin (D) not running
Bruce Braley
 
Joni Ernst
 

Idaho

Nels Mitchell
 
Jim Risch
Incumbent

Illinois

Dick Durbin
Incumbent
Jim Oberweis
 

Kansas

See the link 'About the Kansas Race' on the right side of the page for info on Orman's plans regarding party affiliation should he win.
Greg Orman
 
Pat Roberts
Incumbent

Count independent as: Unaffiliated Democrat Republican

Kentucky

Alison Lundergan Grimes
 
Mitch McConnell
Incumbent

Louisiana

Open Primary Election Day; runoff Dec. 6, if no candidate gets 50%
Mary Landrieu
Incumbent
Bill Cassidy
 
Rob Maness
 

Massachusetts

Ed Markey
Incumbent
Brian Herr
 

Maine

Shenna Bellows
 
Susan Collins
Incumbent

Michigan

Incumbent Carl Levin (D) not running
Gary Peters
 
Terri Lynn Land
 

Minnesota

Al Franken
Incumbent
Mike McFadden
 

Mississippi

Travis Childers
 
Thad Cochran
Incumbent

Montana

Incumbent John Walsh (D) not running
Amanda Curtis
 
Steve Daines
 

North Carolina

Kay Hagan
Incumbent
Thom Tillis
 

Nebraska

Incumbent Mike Johanns (R) not running
Dave Domina
 
Ben Sasse
 

New Hampshire

Jeanne Shaheen
Incumbent
Scott Brown
 

New Jersey

Cory Booker
Incumbent
Jeff Bell
 

New Mexico

Tom Udall
Incumbent
Allen Weh
 

Oklahoma Seat 2

Special election to fill the remainder of Tom Coburn's term (2016); Coburn (R) is resigning at the end of this Congress
Connie Johnson
 
James Lankford
 

Oklahoma

Matt Silverstein
 
Jim Inhofe
Incumbent

Oregon

Jeff Merkley
Incumbent
Monica Wehby
 

Rhode Island

Jack Reed
Incumbent
Mark Zaccaria
 

South Carolina Seat 2

Joyce Dickerson
 
Tim Scott
Incumbent

South Carolina

Brad Hutto
 
Lindsey Graham
Incumbent

South Dakota

Incumbent Tim Johnson (D) not running
Rick Weiland
 
Larry Pressler
 
Mike Rounds
 

Tennessee

Gordon Ball
 
Lamar Alexander
Incumbent

Texas

David Alameel
 
John Cornyn
Incumbent

Virginia

Mark Warner
Incumbent
Ed Gillespie
 

West Virginia

Incumbent Jay Rockefeller (D) not running
Natalie Tennant
 
Shelley Moore Capito
 

Wyoming

Charlie Hardy
 
Mike Enzi
Incumbent

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The three special election races this year will be contested on their regular cycle in 2016. Adjusting for that, there will likely be 24 Republicans & 10 Democrat seats contested that year.

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