2016 Senate Election Interactive Map

34 U.S. Senate seats to be contested in 2016

The current U.S. Senate has 54 Republicans and 45 Democrats (including one independent). The 2016 Senate election takes place on November 8, 2016. There are 34 seats up in 2016, of which 24 are held by Republicans. Democrats will need to gain 4 or 5 seats to take control.

This 3-part Senate map lets you view the current Senate, make a forecast for the 2016 Senate elections, and see the composition of the 2017 Senate based on those predictions. Use the buttons below the map to share it on social media or embed it into a web page.

Map Features
Current Senate
114th Congress
Interactive Map
Contested 2016 
2017 Senate
115th Congress
Democrats
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Republicans
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Senate Elections 2016
Current 46 54
Pro 50 50 0
Map(a)
51 needed for control. 50-50 tie decided by Vice-President (VP)*
Upcoming Elections
Now 2016 2018 2020
44 10 23 11
2 2
54 24 8 22
(a) From the interactive map view above. To update your forecast for a race, rotate its color directly on the map. Use ‘Map Options’ to change the number of ratings available. Pro forecasts courtesy of Sabato’s Crystal Ball. If you allow cookies, your forecast will be saved for future visits.

* The arrows on the counter above the map designate the controlling party. To break a tie, use the VP box on the interactive map to select the VP in 2017 (i.e., winning party in 2016 presidential election).
State Incumbent Party Since Term Pro Rating

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