2022 Senate Election Interactive Map

34 U.S. Senate seats to be contested in 2022

As of late January, 2021, the U.S. Senate has 50 Republicans and 50 Democrats (including two independents). Democrats will control the chamber as the vice-president can break tie votes. There are 34 seats up in 2022, of which 20 are held by the GOP. That party can retake control with a net gain of one or more seats.

This 3-part Senate map lets you view the current Senate, make a forecast for the 2022 Senate elections, and see the composition of the 2023 Senate based on those predictions. Use the buttons below the map to share it on social media or embed it into a web page.

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Senate Elections 2022

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Preliminary Outlook 50 49 1
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Upcoming Elections

Jan 2021 2022 2024 2026
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The arrows on the counter above the map designate the controlling party. 50-50 tie decided by Vice-President (VP)

State Incumbent Party Since Term Outlook
AZ Mark Kelly
2020 1st
FL Marco Rubio
2011 2nd
GA Raphael Warnock
2021 1st
NC Richard Burr
2005 3rd
Incumbent not running for re-election in 2022.
NH Maggie Hassan
2017 1st
NV Catherine Masto
2017 1st
OH Rob Portman
2011 2nd
Incumbent not running for re-election in 2022.
PA Patrick Toomey
2011 2nd
Incumbent not running for re-election in 2022.
WI Ron Johnson
2011 2nd
The following races are rated as safe for the incumbent party.
AK Lisa Murkowski
2002 4th
AK Dan Sullivan
2015 2nd
AL Richard Shelby
1987 6th
Incumbent not running for re-election in 2022.
AL Tommy Tuberville
2021 1st
AR John Boozman
2011 2nd
AR Tom Cotton
2015 2nd
AZ Kyrsten Sinema
2019 1st
CA Alex Padilla
2021 1st
CA Dianne Feinstein
1992 6th
CO Michael Bennet
2009 3rd
CO John Hickenlooper
2021 1st
CT Richard Blumenthal
2011 2nd
CT Chris Murphy
2013 2nd
DE Tom Carper
2001 4th
DE Chris Coons
2011 3rd
FL Rick Scott
2019 1st
GA Jon Ossoff
2021 1st
HI Brian Schatz
2012 2nd
HI Mazie Hirono
2013 2nd
IA Chuck Grassley
1981 7th
IA Joni Ernst
2015 2nd
ID Mike Crapo
1999 4th
ID Jim Risch
2009 3rd
IL Tammy Duckworth
2017 1st
IL Dick Durbin
1997 5th
IN Todd Young
2017 1st
IN Mike Braun
2019 1st
KS Jerry Moran
2011 2nd
KS Roger Marshall
2021 1st
KY Rand Paul
2011 2nd
KY Mitch McConnell
1985 7th
LA John Kennedy
2017 1st
LA Bill Cassidy
2015 2nd
MA Elizabeth Warren
2013 2nd
MA Edward Markey
2013 3rd
MD Chris Van Hollen
2017 1st
MD Ben Cardin
2007 3rd
ME Angus King
2013 2nd
ME Susan Collins
1997 5th
MI Debbie Stabenow
2001 4th
MI Gary Peters
2015 2nd
MN Amy Klobuchar
2007 3rd
MN Tina Smith
2018 2nd
MO Roy Blunt
2011 2nd
MO Josh Hawley
2019 1st
MS Roger Wicker
2007 3rd
MS Cindy Hyde-Smith
2018 2nd
MT Jon Tester
2007 3rd
MT Steve Daines
2015 2nd
NC Thom Tillis
2015 2nd
ND John Hoeven
2011 2nd
ND Kevin Cramer
2019 1st
NE Deb Fischer
2013 2nd
NE Ben Sasse
2015 2nd
NH Jeanne Shaheen
2009 3rd
NJ Bob Menendez
2006 4th
NJ Cory Booker
2013 3rd
NM Martin Heinrich
2013 2nd
NM Ben Ray Lujan
2021 1st
NV Jacky Rosen
2019 1st
NY Chuck Schumer
1999 4th
NY Kirsten Gillibrand
2009 3rd
OH Sherrod Brown
2007 3rd
OK James Lankford
2015 2nd
OK Jim Inhofe
1995 6th
OR Ron Wyden
1996 5th
OR Jeff Merkley
2009 3rd
PA Bob Casey
2007 3rd
RI Sheldon Whitehouse
2007 3rd
RI Jack Reed
1997 5th
SC Tim Scott
2013 2nd
SC Lindsey Graham
2003 4th
SD John Thune
2005 3rd
SD Mike Rounds
2015 2nd
TN Marsha Blackburn
2019 1st
TN Bill Hagerty
2021 1st
TX Ted Cruz
2013 2nd
TX John Cornyn
2003 4th
UT Mike Lee
2011 2nd
UT Mitt Romney
2019 1st
VA Tim Kaine
2013 2nd
VA Mark Warner
2009 3rd
VT Patrick Leahy
1975 8th
VT Bernie Sanders
2007 3rd
WA Patty Murray
1993 5th
WA Maria Cantwell
2001 4th
WI Tammy Baldwin
2013 2nd
WV Joe Manchin
2011 3rd
WV Shelley Capito
2015 2nd
WY John Barrasso
2007 3rd
WY Cynthia Lummis
2021 1st