Senator Mary Landrieu and her brother, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, declined to run.[293]. He was 80 years old in 2016. Pro: 2016 Consensus Forecast Former Governor and Congressman Ted Strickland, Cincinnati City Councilman P.G. [146], Frank Gilbert was the candidate for the Libertarian Party,[147][148][149] and Jason Tate was running a write-in campaign.[150]. Other Democrats on the primary ballot included "President" Cristina Grappo, Massie Munroe, Herbert Peters, Emory Rogers, and Steve Stokes. Governor Maggie Hassan ran for the Democratic nomination. [290][291][292] Former U.S. [378][379], Other potential Republican candidates include Congressmen Mick Mulvaney,[380] Jeff Duncan and Mark Sanford, along with State Senator Tom Davis, State Treasurer Curtis Loftis and State Attorney General Alan Wilson. Sen. Rubio won re-election with 52% of the vote compared to Murphy's 44%. Shelby was first elected to the Senate in 1986 as a Democrat and was easily re-elected in 1992 as such. Toomey defeated McGinty and retained the seat. Two seats were held by independents, who caucus with the Democratic Party. [289] Other potential Democratic candidates included state legislators Robert Johnson, Eric LaFleur, and Gary Smith, Jr., and Mayor of Alexandria Jacques Roy. He had considered running for President, but decided not to.[87]. After losing the 2015 gubernatorial race, Vitter chose to retire from the Senate at the end of his term. He was 62 years old in 2016. He was 83 years old in 2016. Sen. McCain won re-election with 53% to Kirkpatrick's 41%. Representatives Robert Aderholt, Mo Brooks, Bradley Byrne, Gary Palmer, Martha Roby, and Mike Rogers, State Treasurer Young Boozer, State Speaker Mike Hubbard, Lieutenant Governor Kay Ivey, State Senate President Pro Tempore Del Marsh, Secretary of State John Merrill, U.S. Appeals Court Judge William H. Pryor, Jr., former Governor Bob Riley, and Attorney General Luther Strange. He ran for re-election. Three-term Senator Mike Crapo (Republican) was re-elected with 71% of the vote in 2010. Republicans maintained their majority following the 2016 elections, losing only two seats and ending with 52. The Republican candidates who filed were former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense and Senate candidate in 2012 Richard Douglas,[299] Chrys Kefalas,[300] State Delegate Kathy Szeliga,[68] Chris Chaffee, Sean Connor, John Graziani, Greg Holmes, Joseph David Hooe, Mark McNicholas, Lynn Richardson, Anthony Seda, Richard Shawver, Dave Walle, and Garry T. Harris:      50–60%      60–70%      70–80%. [374] McGinty won the primary and faced Toomey in the general election on November 8, 2016. [193] After suspending his campaign on March 15, 2016, Rubio announced on June 22, 2016 that he changed his mind and will run for re-election. USAF veteran Jim Knox was running but dropped out of the race. [4][5] On January 8, 2015, she announced that she would not run for reelection.[1]. The following are Federal Election Commission disclosures through the reporting period ending March 31, 2016. [48] U.S Representative Raul Labrador declined to challenge Crapo in the Republican primary. Use the buttons below the map to share it on social media or embed it into a web page. [334], Former state representative Deborah Ross,[82] Spring Lake Mayor Chris Rey,[335] businessman Kevin Griffin,[336] and retired U.S. Army Captain Ernest Reeves[337] ran for the Democratic nomination. 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[326], Two-term Senator Richard Burr (Republican) was re-elected with 55% of the vote in 2010. [234] On March 15, Kirk won the primary with 71% of the vote. Senator", "Ahead of the 2016 curve: Roy Blunt has a fundraiser on election night 2014", "Secretary of State Jason Kander announces he'll seek Senate seat held by Roy Blunt", "Republicans Donald Trump and Roy Blunt hold leads in new Missouri poll; Democrat Chris Koster leads in governor's race | The Kansas City Star", "Catherine Cortez Masto announces bid to succeed Harry Reid in the Senate", "Rep. Joe Heck announces Nevada Senate run", "Gov. She ran for re-election. Harris won the election with 62% of the vote to Sanchez's 38%. Incumbent not running for re-election in 2016. He won his first full term as a Republican in 1998 by a large margin and faced no significant opposition in 2004 or 2010. [100] Other potential Democratic candidates include State Senator Bernie Hunhoff[383] and filmmaker and former television news producer Sam Hurst. Place the map on your website with this code. Toomey ran for re-election.[94]. The two Democratic gains came from the defeats of incumbents Kelly Ayotte in New Hampshire and Mark Kirk in Illinois by Democrats Maggie Hassan and Tammy Duckworth, respectively. Democrats endorsed state representative Eliot Glassheim[345] On November 7, 2015, the Libertarian party nominated Robert Marquette. ", "Sanchez announces Congressional Endorsements for US Senate Seat", "Treasurer John Chiang declines Senate run, Willie Brown backs Harris", "Possible successors to California Sen. Barbara Boxer", "10 Races to Watch in 2016: California Senate", "Garamendi will consider U.S. Senate run", "Who would take Sen. Barbara Boxer's seat if she retires …? He ran for re-election. He switched his party affiliation to Republican on November 9, 1994, one day after the Republicans won control of both houses in the midterm elections. There had been speculation that Burr might retire,[329] but he ran for re-election. 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The predictions assign ratings to each seat, indicating the predicted advantage that a party has in winning that seat. A series of polls taken by WMUR/UNH in February, April, and July 2016, as well as WBUR polls taken in May and July/August, show Hassan gaining support over time and now leading Ayotte. The 2016 United States Senate elections were held on November 8, 2016. He ran for re-election.[84]. [166], Independent Mike Beitiks ran on a single-issue climate change platform. He resigned at the start of 2013 to become President of The Heritage Foundation and U.S. Representative Tim Scott (Republican) of South Carolina's 1st congressional district was appointed to replace DeMint by Governor Nikki Haley. Live U.S. Senate election results and maps. He was 66 years old in 2016. With the retirement of Harry Reid, Chuck Schumer became the Democratic leader after the elections, while Mitch McConnell retained his position as Senate Majority Leader. 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