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1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004

Alabama R D D D D R R R R
Alaska R R R R R R R R R
Arizona R D R D R R R R R
Arkansas D D D D D R D D D
California D R D R D, D D D D D
Colorado D R D R D R R R D
Connecticut D R D D D D D D D
Delaware R D R D R D D D
Florida R D D R D R D D R
Georgia R D D D R D R D D R
Hawaii D D D D D D D D D D
Idaho R R R R R R R R R
Illinois D D D D D D R D D
Indiana R R R R R R R D R D
Iowa R D R D R D R D R
Kansas R R R R R R, R R R R
Kentucky D R D R D R R R R
Louisiana D D D D D D D D R
Maine D R D R R R R R
Maryland R D D D D D D D D
Massachusetts D D D D D D D D
Michigan D D D D R D D D
Minnesota R R R D R D(FL) D R
Mississippi D R R R R R R R
Missouri D R R R R R R D R R
Montana D D R D R D R D
Nebraska D D D D D R D R
Nevada R R D D D D D D R D
New Hampshire R R R R R R R R R
New Jersey D D D D D D D D
New Mexico D R D R D R D R
New York R D R D R D D D D
North CarolinaR R D R R R D R R
North Dakota R D D D D, D D D D D
Ohio D D D D D R R R R
Oklahoma R D R D R R R R R
Oregon R R R R R D, R D R D
Pennsylvania R R R R R R R R R
Rhode Island R D R D R D R D
South CarolinaD R D R D R D R R
South Dakota R R D R D D D D R
Tennessee D D D D R, R R R R
Texas D R D R R R R R
Utah R R R R R R R R R
Vermont D R D R D R D R D
Virginia R R D R D R R R
Washington R D D R D R D D D
West Virginia D D D D D D D D
Wisconsin R D R D D D D D D
Wyoming R R R R R R R R
2006 2010 Partisan?
R 36.4% D, 63.6% R
?(R) 9.1% D, 90.9% R (proj.)
R R 18.2% D, 81.8% R
R 81.8% D, 18.2% R
D D 80% D, 20% R
D 54.5% D, 45.5% R
I D 81.8% D, 9.1% R, 9.1% I
D D 72.7% D, 27.3% R
D R 54.5% D, 45.5% R
R 50% D, 50% R
D D 100% D, 0% R
R 100% D, 0% R
R 81.8% D, 18.2% R
R R 20% D, 80% R
R 45.5% D, 54.5% R
R 0% D, 100% R
R 27.3% D, 72.7% R
R 81.8% D, 18.2% R
R 20% D, 80% R
D D 90.9% D, 9.1% R
100% D, 0% R
D 90% D, 10% R
D 50% D, 50% R
R 9.1% D, 90.9% R
D R 25% D, 75% R
D 70% D, 30% R
D 70% D, 30% R
R D 67.7% D, 33.3% R
R 9.1% D, 90.1% R
D 100% D, 0% R
D 60% D, 40% R
D D 72.7% D, 27.3% R
R 27.3% R, 72.7% R
D R 83% D, 17% R
D R 54.5% D, 45.5% R
R 18.2% D, 81.8% R
D 42% D, 58% R
D R 9.1% D, 90.1% R
D 60% D, 40% R
R 36.4% D, 63.6% R
R 54.5% D, 45.5% R
R 36.4% D, 63.6% R
R 20% D, 80% R
R R 0% D, 100% R
I D 54.5% D, 36.4% R, 9.1% I
D 40% D, 60% R
D D? 72.7% D, 27.3% R (proj.)
D D 100% D, 0% R
D R 72.7% D, 27.3% R
R 0% D, 100% R
Appointments

1991 R in place of R, lost re-election 1992

2008 D in place of D, new D elected 2010

2000 D (Zell Miller) in place of R (Paul Coverdell, died), Miller (conservative Dem, it might be noted) re-el
1990 D (Daniel Akaka) appt in place of D (Spark Matsunaga, died), Akaka re-elected 1990

2008 D in place of D, R elected 2010


1989 R (Dan Coats) appt in place of R (Dan Quayle, VP), Re-elected 1990 (special election)

1996 R in place of R, new R elected 1996

2009 D in place of D, R elected in special election early 2010

2007 R (Roger Wicker) in place of R (Trent Lott, resigned to join private sector (lobbying)), Wicker reelec
2001 D in place of D, R elected 2002

2008 D in place of D, new D elected 2010

1992 D in place of D, new D elected 1992

1991 D in place of R, D elected special election 1991, lost reelection 1994

1993 D in place of D, lost reelection 1994


1993 D in place of D, R elected special election 1993, won reelection 1994
1983 R appt. in place of D, won a special election later that year, retired after fulfillment of term, R elected
2008 D in place of D, new D elected 2010

2007 R (John Barrasso) in place of R (Craig Thomas, died), Barrasso reelected 2008
pecial election