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457. Vote Cast for United States Senators, Incumbent Senators, States

[D=Democrat; R=Republican]

 
1994 1996 1998 Incumbent senators and year term expires
Per- Per- Per-
cent cent cent
State FIPS Demo- Republi- for for for
CODE cratic can lead- lead- lead- Name, party and year Name, party and year
Total 1 (1,000) (1,000) ing Total 1 ing Total 1 ing
(1,000) party (1,000) party (1,000) party
 
Alabama 01000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 1,499 R-52.5 1,293 R-63.2 Jeff Sessions (R) 2003 Richard C. Shelby (R) 2005
Alaska 02000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 232 R-76.7 222 R-74.5 Frank H. Murkowski (R) 2005 Ted Stevens (R) 2003
Arizona 04000 1,119 443 601 R-53.7 (X) (X) 1,013 R-68.7 John McCain (R) 2005 Jon Kyl (R) 2001
Arkansas 05000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 846 R-52.7 701 D-55.1 Blanche Lincoln (D) 2005 Tim Hutchinson (R) 2003
California 06000 8,503 3,977 3,812 D-46.8 (X) (X) 8,315 D-53.1 Barbara Boxer (D) 2005 Dianne Feinstein (D) 2001
Colorado 08000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 1,470 R-51.1 1,327 R-62.5 Ben N. Campbell (R) 2005 Wayne Allard (R) 2003
Connecticut 09000 1,080 724 335 D-67.0 (X) (X) 964 D-65.1 Christopher J. Dodd (D) 2005 Joseph I. Lieberman (D) 2001
Delaware 10000 199 85 111 R-55.8 276 D-60.0 (X) (X) Joseph R. Biden Jr. (D) 2003 William V. Roth, Jr. (R) 2001
Florida 12000 4,105 1,210 2,895 R-70.5 (X) (X) 3,900 D-62.5 Bob Graham (D) 2005 Connie Mack (R) 2001
Georgia 13000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 2,259 D-48.9 1,754 R-52.4 Paul Coverdell (R) 2005 Max Cleland (D) 2003
Hawaii 15000 357 256 86 D-71.8 (X) (X) 398 D-79.2 Daniel K. Akaka (D) 2001 Daniel K. Inouye (D) 2005
Idaho 16000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 497 R-57.0 378 R-69.5 Larry E. Craig (R) 2003 Michael D. Crapo (R) 2005
Illinois 17000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 4,251 D-56.1 3,395 R-50.3 Peter Fitzgerald (R) 2005 Richard J. Durbin (D) 2003
Indiana 18000 1,544 471 1,040 R-67.4 (X) (X) 1,589 D-63.7 Evan Bayh (D) 2005 Richard G. Lugar (R) 2001
Iowa 19000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 1,224 D-51.8 948 R-68.4 Tom Harkin (D) 2003 Charles E. Grassley (R) 2005
Kansas 20000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 2 1,065 R-53.9 727 R-65.3 Sam Brownback (R) 2005 Pat Roberts (R) 2003
Kentucky 21000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 1,307 R-55.5 1,145 R-49.7 Jim Bunning (R) 2005 Mitch McConnell (R) 2003
Louisiana 22000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 1,700 D-50.2 969 D-64.0 John B. Breaux (D) 2005 Mary Landrieu (D) 2003
Maine 23000 511 186 308 R-60.3 607 R-49.2 (X) (X) Susan Collins (R) 2003 Olympia Snowe (R) 2001
Maryland 24000 1,369 809 560 D-59.1 (X) (X) 1,507 D-70.5 Barbara A. Mikulski (D) 2005 Paul S. Sarbanes (D) 2001
Massachusetts 25000 2,179 1,266 894 D-58.1 2,556 D-52.2 (X) (X) Edward M. Kennedy (D) 2001 John F. Kerry (D) 2003
Michigan 26000 3,043 1,301 1,579 R-51.9 3,763 D-58.4 (X) (X) Carl Levin (D) 2003 Spencer Abraham (R) 2001
Minnesota 27000 1,773 782 870 R-49.1 2,183 D-50.3 (X) (X) Paul David Wellstone (D) 2003 Rod Grams (R) 2001
Mississippi 28000 608 190 418 R-68.8 879 R-71.0 (X) (X) Thad Cochran (R) 2003 Trent Lott (R) 2001
Missouri 29000 1,775 634 1,060 R-59.7 (X) (X) 1,577 R-52.7 Christopher S. Bond (R) 2005 John Ashcroft (R) 2001
Montana 30000 350 132 219 R-62.4 407 D-49.6 (X) (X) Max Baucus (D) 2003 Conrad Burns (R) 2001
Nebraska 31000 579 317 261 D-54.8 677 R-56.1 (X) (X) Chuck Hagel (R) 2003 J. Robert Kerrey (D) 2001
Nevada 32000 368 194 156 D-52.7 (X) (X) 436 D-47.9 Harry Reid (D) 2005 Richard H. Bryan (D) 2001
New Hampshire 33000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 493 R-49.2 315 R-67.8 Judd Gregg (R) 2005 Robert C. Smith (R) 2003
New Jersey 34000 2,055 1,033 966 D-50.3 2,884 D-52.7 (X) (X) Robert G. Torricelli (D) 2003 Frank R. Lautenberg (D) 2001
New Mexico 35000 463 250 213 D-54.0 552 R-64.7 (X) (X) Jeff Bingaman (D) 2001 Pete V. Domenici (R) 2003
New York 36000 4,790 2,647 1,988 D-55.2 (X) (X) 4,671 D-54.6 Daniel P. Moynihan (D) 2001 Charles E. Schumer (D) 2005
North Carolina 37000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 2,556 R-52.6 2,012 D-51.2 John Edwards (D) 2005 Jesse Helms (R) 2003
North Dakota 38000 237 137 99 D-58.0 (X) (X) 213 D-63.2 Byron L. Dorgan (D) 2005 Kent Conrad (D) 2001
Ohio 39000 3,437 1,348 1,837 R-53.4 (X) (X) 3,404 R-56.5 George V. Voinovich (R) 2005 Mike DeWine (R) 2001
Oklahoma 40000 982 392 542 R-55.2 1,183 R-56.7 860 R-66.4 James Inhofe (R) 2003 Don Nickles (R) 2005
Oregon 41000 5 1,197 5 572 5 554 5 D-47.8 1,360 R-49.8 1,118 D-61.1 Gordon Smith (R) 2003 Ron Wyden (D) 2005
Pennsylvania 42000 3,513 1,648 1,736 R-49.4 (X) (X) 2,958 R-61.3 Rick Santorum (R) 2001 Arlen Specter (R) 2005
Rhode Island 44000 345 123 223 R-64.5 363 D-63.5 (X) (X) Jack Reed (D) 2003 John H. Chafee (R) 2001
South Carolina 45000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 1,161 R-53.4 1,068 D-52.7 Ernest F. Hollings (D) 2005 Strom Thurmond (R) 2003
South Dakota 46000 (X) (X) (X) (X) 324 D-51.3 262 D-62.1 Thomas A. Daschle (D) 2005 Tim Johnson (D) 2003
Tennessee 47000 3 1,480 623 834 3 R-56.4 1,779 R-61.4 (X) (X) Fred Thompson (R) 2003 Bill Frist (R) 2001
Texas 48000 4,280 1,640 2,604 R-60.8 5,527 R-54.8 (X) (X) Kay Bailey Hutchison (R) 2001 Phil Gramm (R) 2003
Utah 49000 519 147 357 R-68.8 (X) (X) 495 R-64.0 Robert F. Bennett (R) 2005 Orrin G. Hatch (R) 2001
Vermont 50000 212 86 107 R-50.3 (X) (X) 214 D-72.2 Patrick J. Leahy (D) 2005 James M. Jeffords (R) 2001
Virginia 51000 2,057 938 882 D-45.6 2,355 R-52.5 (X) (X) Charles S. Robb (D) 2001 John W. Warner (R) 2003
Washington 53000 1,700 752 948 R-55.7 (X) (X) 1,889 D-58.4 Patty Murray (D) 2005 Slade Gorton (R) 2001
West Virginia 54000 421 290 130 D-69.0 596 D-76.6 (X) (X) Robert C. Byrd (D) 2001 John D. Rockefeller IV (D) 2003
Wisconsin 55000 1,565 913 637 D-58.3 (X) (X) 1,761 D-50.5 Herb Kohl (D) 2001 Russell Feingold (D) 2005
Wyoming 56000 202 79 119 R-58.9 211 R-54.1 (X) (X) Mike Enzi (R) 2003 Craig Thomas (R) 2001


X Not applicable.


1 Includes vote cast for minor parties.
2 Kansas had elections to fill two Senate seats in 1996. Pat Roberts was elected to fill the full-term seat vacated by the retiring Nancy Kassenbaum. Sam Brownback was elected to fill the short-term seat vacated by Robert Dole, who resigned in 1996 to run for President.
3 In a special election in 1994 to fill an unexpired term, the Republican candidate received 60.4 percent of 1,465,835 total votes cast. Tennessee had elections to fill two Senate seats in 1994. Bill Frist was elected to fill the full term. Fred Thompson was elected to fill the short-term seat vacated by Harlan Mathews. Vote is for the full-term seat.
4 Louisiana holds an open-primary election with candidates from all parties running on the same ballot. Any candidate who receives a majority is elected.
5 Special election in January 1996 to fill the unexpired term of Senator Packwood. Source: Congressional Quarterly, Inc., Washington, D.C. America Votes, biennial, (copyright).
a Special election in November 1991 to fill vacancy caused by death of Senator John Heinz.
b Special election to fill the unexpired term of Vice-President Quayle.nn
c Results of run-off election held in June 1993 to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Senator Bensten to become Secretary of the Treasury. In the first election no candidate received more than 50 percent of the vote.
d 1983 election to fill vacancy caused by death of Senator Jackson.
e Special election to fill the unexpired term of Senator Matsunaga.



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These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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