Donald Trump November 6 Campaign live in Leesburg, Virginia, Details about Donald Trump’s sixth November Rally Schedule Time Location Tickets, Donald Trump daily campaigning schedule for US Presidential race 2016,US polls 2016

Donald Trump November 6 Campaign live in  Leesburg, Virginia, Details about Donald Trump’s sixth November Rally Schedule Time Location Tickets, Donald Trump daily campaigning schedule for US Presidential race 2016,US polls 2016

Here’s the tale of the tape for November 6:

Battleground states where the race is a virtual tie (a candidate leads by 3% or less) (8): Florida, Ohio, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Colorado, New Hampshire, Iowa.

Battleground states Trump leads (1): Arizona.

Battleground states Clinton leads (5): Michigan, Virginia, Wisconsin, Maine, New Mexico.

Donald Trump Rally in Leesburg, Virginia at the Loudoun Fairgrounds (11/6/2016) – Full Speech: Donald Trump Campaign in Leesburg VA – Donald Trump Leesburg Speech, Virginia Rally

GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump Holds Campaign Rally in Leesburg, Virginia 

– SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 06, 2016 –

LEESBURG, VA
Donald J. Trump Leesburg Speech, Virginia Rally
​Loudoun Fairgrounds
9:30 PM

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  1. On election eve, Donald Trump is making appearances in five states – Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Michigan
  2. Hillary Clinton is making final stops in Pennsylvania, Michigan and North Carolina
  3. Both candidates will be in New York for election day

Here we have mentioned Donald Trump's November 7 Campaign live details location schedule 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 07, 2016 – MONDAY, NOVEMBER 07, 2016 – MONDAY, NOVEMBER 07, 2016 – MONDAY, NOVEMBER 07, 2016 – MONDAY, NOVEMBER 07, 2016 – TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 08, 2016 –
SARASOTA, FL RALEIGH, NC SCRANTON, PA MANCHESTER, NH GRAND RAPIDS, MI DONALD J. TRUMP VICTORY PARTY
Donald J. Trump Donald J. Trump Donald J. Trump Donald J. Trump & Governor Mike Pence Donald J. Trump & Governor Mike Pence Donald J. Trump & Governor Mike Pence
Sarasota Fairgrounds J.S. Dorton Arena ​Lackawanna College Student Union SNHU Arena Devos Place New YorkHILTON Midtown
11:00 AM 3:00 PM 5:30 PM 8:00 PM 11:00 PM 6:30 PM

 

Donald J. Trump will hold a rally at the Sarasota Fairgrounds in the Robarts Arena.

 

Donald J. Trump will hold a rally at the J.S. Dorton Arena.

 

Donald J. Trump will hold a rally at the Lackawanna College Student Union.

 

Donald J. Trump & Governor Mike Pence will hold a rally at the SNHU Arena. 

 

Donald J. Trump and Governor Mike Pence will hold a rally at the Devos Place.
 
DOORS open at 8am. Doorsopen at 12pm. Doors open at 2:30pm. Doors open at 5pm. Doors open at 8pm.  

Hillary Clinton November 7 Campaign live in Pennsylvania Michigan North Carolina, Details about Hillary Clintons seventh November Rally Schedule Time Location Tickets, Hillary Clinton daily campaigning schedule for US Presidential race 2016,US polls 2016

Hillary Clinton November 7 Campaign live in Pennsylvania Michigan North Carolina, Details about Hillary Clintons seventh November Rally Schedule Time Location Tickets, Hillary Clinton daily campaigning schedule for US Presidential race 2016,US polls 2016

  1. On election eve, Donald Trump is making appearances in five states – Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Michigan
  2. Hillary Clinton is making final stops in Pennsylvania, Michigan and North Carolina
  3. Both candidates will be in New York for election day
  4. Hillary Clinton is slated to spend some of the remaining hours before Election Day on the campus of Grand Valley State University.
  5. The campaign announced the Democratic candidate's Grand Rapids-area stop will be at 4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, at the Grand Valley State University Fieldhouse, 10915 S. Campus Drive in Allendale.
  6. DOORS open at 2 p.m., and interested supporters can RSVP online.

The Democratic nominee is set to hit the trail in Michigan on Monday, along with top surrogate President Obama. On Sunday her husband, former President Bill Clinton, will also visit the state. 

An average of several recent polls from the Rust Belt state shows Clinton with a 5-percentage-point lead over Donald Trump, the Republican nominee. 

Michigan hasn't voted for a Republican since George H.W. Bush in 1988. Still, Trump has appealed to white blue collar voters, who are likely to help him in states like Michigan as well as Ohio and Iowa. 

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Speaker(s)

November 7, 2016 Oakland, Pennsylvania Get Out the Vote Hillary Clinton
November 7, 2016  Allendale, Michigan Get Out the Vote Hillary Clinton
November 7, 2016 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Get Out the Vote Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton
November 7, 2016 Raleigh, North Carolina Get Out the Vote Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, & Chelsea Clinton
November 7, 2016 Charlotte, North Carolina Get Out the Vote Tim Kaine & Anne Holton
November 7, 2016 Wilmington, North Carolina Get Out the Vote Tim Kaine
November 7, 2016 Fairfax, Virginia Get Out the Vote Tim Kaine & Anne Holton
November 7, 2016 Richmond, Virginia Get Out the Vote Tim Kaine & Anne Holton
November 7, 2016 Ann Arbor, Michigan Get Out the Vote President Barack Obama
November 7, 2016 Durham, New Hampshire Get Out the Vote President Barack Obama
November 7, 2016 Tallahassee, Florida Get Out the Vote Vice President Joe Biden
November 7, 2016 St. Petersburg, Florida Get Out the Vote Vice President Joe Biden
November 7, 2016 Greensboro, North Carolina Get Out the Vote Bill Clinton
November 7, 2016 Boulder, Colorado Get Out the Vote Al Gore
November 7, 2016 Lakewood, Colorado Get Out the Vote Al Gore
November 7, 2016 Charlotte, North Carolina Get Out the Vote Anne Holton
November 8, 2016 New York City, New York Election Night Event Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton November 6 Campaign in Cleveland Ohio Manchester New Hampshire, Details about Hillary Clintons sixth November Rally Time Location Tickets, Hillary Clinton daily campaigning schedule for US Presidential race 2016,US polls 2016

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is campaigning with LeBron James in Cleveland, hoping to motivate African-American voters to the polls.

She's praising the Cavaliers superstar for his basketball skills and "what he does off the court."


Clinton is scheduled for two appearances: one with NBA star LeBron James in Cleveland, and a local stop in Manchester, N.H. James Taylor will appear at the Manchester event, which Clinton’s campaign says is at capacity.

Only a few hundred reportedly showed up to the Sunday event in the battleground state, which is well under the 10,000 seating capacity.

Clinton’s surrogates are fanning out across the US on Sunday.

 

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leads Republican Donald Trump by 5 percentage points, according to a Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll released on Friday, keeping her advantage in a national survey while races tighten in several swing states.

The Oct. 30-Nov. 3 opinion poll showed that 44 percent of likely voters in Tuesday's election support Clinton while 39 percent support Trump.

Reuters/Ipsos
Clinton  44%
Trump  39%

Clinton's lead has varied from 4 to 7 percentage points every day over the past week in the Reuters/Ipsos poll, while other opinion polls have shown the race becoming increasingly competitive. Real Clear Politics, which averages together most national polls, estimates that Clinton's lead has dropped from 5 points at the end of last week to less than 2 points on Friday.

The Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation project shows races in Florida, North Carolina and Michigan have tilted away from Clinton over the past week and are now considered too close to call. These swing states are hotly contested because their voters can swing either to Republicans or Democrats and can be decisive in presidential elections.

Fox News
Clinton  45%
Trump  43%

The project estimates that Clinton still has a 90 percent chance of winning the election, however.

With four days before Election Day, Republicans are increasingly optimistic about Trump winning.

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The Puerto Rico general election of 2012 were held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012 to elect the officials of the Puerto Rican government that would serve for the next four years, most notably the Governor of Puerto Rico.

 A status referendum was held on the same date.The election was won by then-Senator Alejandro García Padilla (from the Popular Democratic Party), who defeated incumbent Governor Luis Fortuño (from the New Progressive Party) in a close election.

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Puerto Rico General Election Result 2012

Governor

Candidate Political party Popular vote Percentage
Alejandro García Padilla PPD 8,96,060 47.73%
Luis Fortuño PNP 8,84,775 47.13%
Juan Dalmau Ramírez PIP 47,331 2.52%
Rafael Bernabe PPT 18,312 0.98%
Arturo Hernández MUS 10,523 0.56%
Rogelio Figueroa PPR 6,668 0.36%
Others   13,386 0.71%

Resident Commissioner

Candidate Political party Popular vote Percentage
Pedro Pierluisi PNP 9,05,066 48.44%
Rafael Cox Alomar PPD 8,81,181 47.16%
Juan Mercado Nieves PIP 38,941 2.08%
Félix Córdova Iturregui PPT 13,120 0.70%
María de Lourdes Guzmán MUS 11,764 0.63%
Sadiasept Guillont Juarbe PPR 5,647 0.30%
Others   12,761 0.68%

Senate of Puerto Rico

Category PPD PNP PIP PPR MUS PPT Sub-total
By district 12 4 0 0 0 0 16
By accumulation 6 4 1 0 0 0 11
Total 18 8 1 0 0 0 27

Puerto Rico House of Representatives

Category PPD PNP PIP PPR MUS PPT Sub-total
By district 22 18 0 0 0 0 40
By accumulation 6 5 0 0 0 0 11
Total 28 23 0 0 0 0 51

Mayoral

PPD PNP PIP PPR MUS PPT Total
47 31 0 0 0 0 78

CNN / ORC polls: Trump strong in Nevada, Clinton rise in Florida, CNN / ORC Opinion poll, US polls, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump

CNN / ORC polls: Trump strong in Nevada, Clinton rise in Florida, CNN / ORC Opinion poll, US polls, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump

Both the Clinton and Trump campaigns have hit the ground hard in Arizona, Florida, Nevada and Pennsylvania, and new CNN/ORC polls across the four states paint a picture of a tight race to the finish in critical battlegrounds.

Clinton holds a 4-point edge among likely voters in the historically blue-tilting Pennsylvania, and Trump tops Clinton by 5 with voters in red-leaning Arizona. Though both states tilt in the same direction as their 2012 results, the leaders' margins are tighter than their predecessors' final leads were in each state.

Florida appears to be as tight a contest as ever, with Clinton at 49% among likely voters and Trump at 47%. That's an apparent shift in Clinton's direction since the last CNN/ORC poll there in September before the presidential debates began, but still a within-margin-of-error race.


In Nevada, the poll suggests the race has also shifted, with Trump now ahead there 49% to 43%, with 5% behind Libertarian Gary Johnson, compared with a two-point Clinton edge in mid-October.


Tight Senate races, too
All four of these states also have senate seats up for grabs this year, three of the four are incredibly close contests. In Florida, Marco Rubio's once wide lead over Patrick Murphy has evaporated, and the race is now a 1-point contest, 49% back Rubio, 48% Murphy. The Nevada race to replace the Senate's top Democrat Harry Reid has swung back toward Republican Joe Heck, but here too the race is within margin of error, with Heck at 49% to Catherine Cortez Masto's 47%. The margin widens slightly in Pennsylvania, where Republican incumbent Pat Toomey lags behind challenger Katie McGinty by 5 points. In Arizona, John McCain holds a wide lead over challenger Ann Kirkpatrick, topping her 52% to 39%.


The CNN/ORC polls were conducted by telephone Oct. 27-Nov. 1. Results reflect interviews with 867 registered voters and 769 likely voters in Arizona, 884 registered voters and 773 likely voters in Florida, 860 registered voters and 790 likely voters in Nevada and 917 registered voters and 799 likely voters in Pennsylvania. Results among likely voters have a margin of sampling error of 3.5 percentage points in each state.
Source: edition.cnn

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The United States House of Representatives is one of the two houses of the United States Congress (a bicameral legislature), alongside the Senate.
The composition and powers of the House are established in Article One of the United States Constitution. The major power of the House is to pass federal legislation that affects the entire country, although its bills must also be passed by the Senate and further agreed to by the U.S. President before becoming law (unless both the House and Senate re-pass the legislation with a two-thirds majority in each chamber). The House has some exclusive powers: the power to initiate revenue bills,to impeach officials (impeached officials are subsequently tried in the Senate),and to elect the U.S. President in case there is no majority in the Electoral College.

Election Results Live  For House of Representatives

Republicans won the US House (218 to win majority)

  Hillary Clinton Donald Trump
Electoral Votes

191

 

236

 

US Key House Elections Results 2016 by State

State District Candidates (Green-Winner) % Votes
Arizona 1st District Election,  DWinner T. O'Halleran 51.60% 1,09,001
    R P. Babeu 42.70% 90,101
    G R. Parrish 5.70% 11,968
California 7th District Election,  A. Bera 50.60% 86,794
    R S. Jones 49.40% 84,700
California 10th District Election,  R J. Denham 52.40% 80,668
    D M. Eggman 47.60% 73,246
California 21st District Election,  R Winner D. Valadao 58.60% 48,308
    D E. Huerta 41.40% 34,171
California 24th District Election,  DWinner S. Carbajal 53.80% 1,14,270
    R J. Fareed 46.20% 98,214
California 25th District Election,  R S. Knight 54.30% 94,552
    D B. Caforio 45.70% 79,533
California 49th District Election,  R D. Issa 51.40% 89,076
    D D. Applegate 48.60% 84,296
California 52nd District Election,  D Winner S. Peters 56.70% 96,289
    R D. Gitsham 43.30% 73,470
Colorado 3rd District Election,  R Winner S. Tipton 54.40% 1,77,802
    D G. Schwartz 40.80% 1,33,076
    L G. Kent 4.80% 15,678
Colorado 6th District Election,  R Winner M. Coffman 51.50% 1,62,208
    D M. Carroll 42.60% 1,33,963
    L N. Olsen 4.60% 14,473
    G R. Worthey 1.30% 4,039
Florida 7th District Election,  DWinner S. Murphy 51.40% 1,81,021
    R J. Mica 48.60% 1,70,945
Florida 13th District Election,  DWinner C. Crist 51.90% 1,84,371
    R D. Jolly 48.10% 1,70,964
Florida 18th District Election,  RWinner B. Mast 53.70% 1,99,522
    D R. Perkins 43.00% 1,59,752
    N C. Spalding 3.30% 12,344
Florida 26th District Election,  R Winner C. Curbelo 53.00% 1,48,410
    D J. Garcia 41.10% 1,15,289
    N J. Peixoto 5.90% 16,485
    Illinois    
Florida 10th District Election,  DWinner B. Schneider 52.50% 1,47,299
    R R. Dold 47.50% 1,33,383
Florida 12th District Election,  R Winner M. Bost 54.40% 1,67,957
    D C. Baricevic 39.60% 1,22,093
    G P. Bradshaw 6.00% 18,526
Indiana 9th District Election,  RWinner T. Hollingsworth 54.30% 1,69,414
    D S. Yoder 40.20% 1,25,355
    L R. Brooksbank 5.40% 16,960
Iowa 1st District Election,  R Winner R. Blum 53.90% 2,05,615
    D M. Vernon 46.10% 1,75,977
Iowa 3rd District Election,  R Winner D. Young 53.50% 2,08,240
    D J. Mowrer 39.80% 1,54,754
    L B. Holder 3.90% 15,327
    P C. Addy 1.60% 6,335
    P J. Grandanette 1.20% 4,511
Kansas 3rd District Election,  R Winner K. Yoder 51.10% 1,52,781
    D J. Sidie 41.20% 1,23,216
    L S. Hohe 7.70% 23,123
Maine 2nd District Election,  R Winner B. Poliquin 54.70% 1,72,715
    D E. Cain 45.30% 1,43,058
Michigan 1st District Election,  RWinner J. Bergman 55.40% 1,97,711
    D L. Johnson 39.50% 1,41,008
    L D. Bostow 3.70% 13,187
    G E. Boal 1.30% 4,696
Michigan 7th District Election,  R Winner T. Walberg 55.00% 1,80,738
    D G. Driskell 40.00% 1,31,584
    L K. Proctor 5.00% 16,266
Michigan 8th District Election,  R Winner M. Bishop 56.00% 2,03,827
    D S. Shkreli 39.10% 1,42,333
    L J. Wood 2.60% 9,577
    G M. Green 1.60% 5,638
    N J. Burgess 0.60% 2,295
Minnesota 2nd District Election,  RWinner J. Lewis 47.20% 1,72,345
    D A. Craig 45.00% 1,64,621
    I P. Overby 7.80% 28,508
Minnesota 3rd District Election,  R Winner E. Paulsen 56.90% 2,23,076
    D T. Bonoff 43.10% 1,69,237
Minnesota 8th District Election,  D Winner R. Nolan 50.30% 1,78,893
    R S. Mills 49.70% 1,76,821
Nebraska 2nd District Election,  R D. Bacon 49.40% 1,34,291
    D B. Ashford 47.30% 1,28,739
    L S. Laird 3.30% 9,057
Nevada 3rd District Election,  DWinner J. Rosen 47.20% 1,46,653
    R D. Tarkanian 46.00% 1,42,726
    I W. Markowitz 3.70% 11,580
    N D. Goossen 3.10% 9,551
Nevada 4th District Election,  DWinner R. Kihuen 48.50% 1,28,680
    R C. Hardy 44.50% 1,18,220
    L S. Brown 3.80% 10,184
    I M. Little 3.10% 8,307
New Hampshire 1st District Election,  DWinner C. Shea-Porter 44.20% 1,59,023
    R F. Guinta 42.90% 1,54,225
    I S. O'Connor 9.40% 33,677
    L R. Lombardo 1.90% 6,693
    I B. Kelly 1.60% 5,887
New Jersey 5th District Election,  DWinner J. Gottheimer 50.50% 1,56,628
    R S. Garrett 47.20% 1,46,428
    L C. Belusic 2.20% 6,870
New York 1st District Election,  R Winner L. Zeldin 59.00% 1,74,682
    D A. Throne-Holst 41.00% 1,21,640
New York 3rd District Election,  DWinner T. Suozzi 52.40% 1,56,315
    R J. Martins 47.60% 1,42,023
New York 19th District Election,  RWinner J. Faso 54.70% 1,52,681
    D Z. Teachout 45.30% 1,26,508
New York 21st District Election,  R Winner E. Stefanik 66.10% 1,64,792
    D M. Derrick 29.30% 73,024
    G M. Funiciello 4.60% 11,394
New York 22nd District Election,  RWinner C. Tenney 47.00% 1,20,777
    D K. Myers 40.40% 1,03,955
    R M. Babinec 12.60% 32,303
New York 23rd District Election,  R Winner T. Reed 58.00% 1,49,439
    D J. Plumb 42.00% 1,08,163
New York 24th District Election,  R Winner J. Katko 61.00% 1,69,418
    D C. Deacon 39.00% 1,08,485
Pennsylvania 8th District Election,  RWinner B. Fitzpatrick 54.50% 2,06,607
    D S. Santarsiero 45.50% 1,72,571
Texas 23rd District Election,  R Winner W. Hurd 48.50% 1,09,816
    D P. Gallego 46.80% 1,06,049
    L R. Corvalan 4.70% 10,717
Virginia 10th District Election,  R Winner B. Comstock 52.80% 2,03,995
    D L. Bennett 47.20% 1,81,999
Wisconsin 8th District Election,  RWinner M. Gallagher 62.70% 2,27,732
    D T. Nelson 37.30% 1,35,648

 

Past standing:

Affiliation Members Delegates/ Resident Commissioner (non-voting) Number of
state majorities
Republican Party 246 1 32
Democratic Party 186 5 16
vacant 3 0  
Total 435 6  


 

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US 2016 Senate Election Results, United States Senate Results by party state, Democrats senate 2016,Republican senate 2016, US Senate Results 2016 ,2016 US Senates list, Current US Senates

Elections for the United States Senate will be held on November 8, 2016, with 34 of the 100 seats in the Senate being contested in regular elections whose winners will serve six-year terms in the United States Congress until January 3, 2023.

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Republicans won the US Senate

51 to win majority

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Electoral Votes

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US 2016 Senates List of Republican Democrats

State Incumbent Status Candidates (Bold-Winner,Blue-RunnerUp)  
 
Senator (Winner) Party Electoral  
history  
Alabama Richard Shelby Republican 1986 Incumbent running.  Richard Shelby (Republican)  
1992 Ron Crumpton (Democratic)  
1998    
2004    
2010    
Alaska Lisa Murkowski Republican 2002 (Appointed) Incumbent running.  Lisa Murkowski (Republican)  
2004 Ray Metcalfe (Democratic)  
2010 Joe Miller (Libertarian)  
  Margaret Stock (Independent)  
Arizona John McCain Republican 1986 Incumbent running.  John McCain (Republican)  
1992 Ann Kirkpatrick (Democratic)  
1998 Pat Quinn (independent/Write-in)  
2004 Gary Swing (Green/Write-in)  
2010    
Arkansas John Boozman Republican 2010 Incumbent running.  John Boozman (Republican)  
Conner Eldridge (Democratic)  
Frank Gilbert (Libertarian)  
California Barbara Boxer Democratic 1992 Incumbent retiring.  Kamala Harris (Democratic)  
1998 Democratic hold. Loretta Sanchez (Democratic)  
2004      
2010      
Colorado Michael Bennet Democratic 2009 (Appointed) Incumbent running.  Michael Bennet (Democratic)  
2010 Darryl Glenn (Republican)  
  Lily Tang Williams (Libertarian)  
  Arn Menconi (Green)  
Connecticut Richard Blumenthal Democratic 2010 Incumbent running.  Richard Blumenthal (Democratic)  
Dan Carter (Republican)  
Richard Lion (Libertarian)  
Jeff Russell (Green)  
Florida Marco Rubio Republican 2010 Incumbent running.  Marco Rubio (Republican)  
Patrick Murphy (Democratic)  
Paul Stanton (Libertarian)  
Georgia Johnny Isakson Republican 2004 Incumbent running.  Johnny Isakson (Republican)  
2010 Jim Barksdale (Democratic)  
  Allen Buckley (Libertarian)  
Hawaii Brian Schatz Democratic 2012 (Appointed) Incumbent running.  Brian Schatz (Democratic)  
2014 (Special) John Carroll (Republican)  
  Michael Kokoski (Libertarian)  
Idaho Mike Crapo Republican 1998 Incumbent running.  Mike Crapo (Republican)  
2004 Jerry Sturgill (Democratic)  
2010 Ray Writz (Constitution)  
Illinois Tammy Duckworth Republican 2010 Incumbent running. Mark Kirk (Republican)  
Tammy Duckworth (Democratic)  
Kent McMillen (Libertarian)  
Scott Summers (Green)  
Indiana Dan Coats Republican 1989 (Appointed) Incumbent retiring.  Todd Young (Republican)  
1990 (Special) Evan Bayh (Democratic)  
1992 Lucy Brenton (Libertarian)  
2010    
Iowa Chuck Grassley Republican 1980 Incumbent running.  Chuck Grassley (Republican)  
1986 Patty Judge (Democratic)  
1992 Chuck Aldrich (Libertarian)  
1998    
2004    
2010    
Kansas Jerry Moran Republican 2010 Incumbent running.  Jerry Moran (Republican)  
Patrick Wiesner (Democratic)  
Robert Garrard (Libertarian)  
Kentucky Rand Paul Republican 2010 Incumbent running.  Rand Paul (Republican)  
Jim Gray (Democratic)  
Louisiana David Vitter Republican 2004 Incumbent retiring. Foster Campbell (Democratic)  
2010 John Kennedy (Republican)  
Maryland  Chris Van Hollen  Democratic 1986 Incumbent  Chris Van Hollen (Democratic)  
1992 Kathy Szeliga (Republican)  
1998 Margaret Flowers (Green)  
2004    
2010    
Missouri Roy Blunt Republican 2010 Incumbent running.  Roy Blunt (Republican)  
Jason Kander (Democratic)  
Jonathan Dine (Libertarian)  
Nevada Harry Reid Democratic 1986 Incumbent retiring. Catherine Cortez Masto(Democratic)  
1992 Joe Heck (Republican)  
1998 Tom Jones (Independent American)  
2004 Tony Gumina (unaffiliated)  
2010 Tom Sawyer (unaffiliated)  
  Jarrod Michael Williams (unaffiliated)  
  (None of these candidates)  
New Hampshire Maggie Hassan Republican 2010 Incumbent running. Kelly Ayotte (Republican)  
Maggie Hassan (Democratic)  
Brian Chabot (Libertarian)  
New York Chuck Schumer Democratic 1998 Incumbent running.  Chuck Schumer (Democratic)  
2004 Wendy Long (Republican)  
2010 Alex Merced (Libertarian)  
  Robin Wilson (Green)  
North Carolina Richard Burr Republican 2004 Incumbent running.  Richard Burr (Republican)  
2010 Deborah Ross (Democratic)  
  Sean Haugh (Libertarian)  
North Dakota John Hoeven Republican 2010 Incumbent running.  John Hoeven (Republican)  
Eliot Glassheim (Democratic)  
Robert Marquette (Libertarian)  
Ohio Rob Portman Republican 2010 Incumbent running.  Rob Portman (Republican)  
Ted Strickland (Democratic)  
Joseph DeMare (Green)  
Oklahoma James Lankford Republican 2014 (Special) Incumbent running.  James Lankford (Republican)  
Mike Workman (Democratic)  
Robert Murphy (Libertarian)  
Oregon Ron Wyden Democratic 1996 (Special) Incumbent running.  Ron Wyden (Democratic)  
1998 Mark Callahan (Republican)  
2004 Jim Lindsay (Libertarian)  
2010 Eric Navickas (Green)  
Pennsylvania Pat Toomey Republican 2010 Incumbent running.  Pat Toomey (Republican)  
Kathleen McGinty (Democratic)  
Edward Clifford (Libertarian)  
South Carolina Tim Scott Republican 2013 (Appointed) Incumbent running.  Tim Scott (Republican)  
2014 (Special) Thomas Dixon (Democratic)  
  Bill Bledsoe (Libertarian)  
South Dakota John Thune Republican 2004 Incumbent running.  John Thune (Republican)  
2010 Jay Williams (Democratic)  
Utah Mike Lee Republican 2010 Incumbent running.  Mike Lee (Republican)  
Misty K. Snow (Democratic)  
Stoney Fonua (Independent American)  
Bill Barron (unaffiliated)  
Vermont Patrick Leahy Democratic 1974 Incumbent running.  Patrick Leahy (Democratic)  
1980 Scott Milne (Republican)  
1986 Pete Diamondstone (Liberty Union)  
1992 Cris Ericson (Marijuana)  
1998 Jerry Trudell (unaffiliated)  
2004    
2010    
Washington Patty Murray Democratic 1992 Incumbent running.  Patty Murray (Democratic)  
1998 Chris Vance (Republican)  
2004    
2010    
Wisconsin Ron Johnson Republican 2010 Incumbent running.  Ron Johnson (Republican)  
Russ Feingold (Democratic)  
Phil Anderson (Libertarian)  

US Key Senate Election Results 2016 by State

Alabama    
Senate Election,     
100% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 7:00 PM ET    
R Winner R. Shelby 64.20% 13,19,742
D R. Crumpton 35.80% 7,36,615
Alaska    
Senate Election,     
76% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 11:00 PM ET    
R Winner L. Murkowski 43.80% 99,823
L J. Miller 29.50% 67,195
N M. Stock 14.10% 32,269
D R. Metcalfe 11.30% 25,763
N B. Craig 0.80% 1,814
N T. Gianoutsos 0.50% 1,250
Arizona    
Senate Election,     
97.6% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 9:00 PM ET    
R Winner J. McCain 53.10% 9,92,563
D A. Kirkpatrick 41.40% 7,72,518
G G. Swing 5.50% 1,02,553
Arkansas    
Senate Election,     
100% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 8:30 PM ET    
R Winner J. Boozman 59.80% 6,57,856
D C. Eldridge 36.20% 3,97,975
L F. Gilbert 4.00% 43,720
California    
Senate Election,     
96.9% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 11:00 PM ET    
DWinner K. Harris 62.60% 48,00,075
D L. Sanchez 37.40% 28,67,094
Colorado    
Senate Election,     
83.7% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 9:00 PM ET    
D Winner M. Bennet 49.20% 11,36,519
R D. Glenn 45.70% 10,55,495
L L. Williams 3.30% 76,082
G A. Menconi 1.20% 26,890
U B. Hammons 0.30% 7,239
U D. Chapin 0.30% 6,366
U P. Fiorino 0.10% 2,292
Connecticut    
Senate Election,     
95.9% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 8:00 PM ET    
D Winner R. Blumenthal 62.60% 9,10,828
R D. Carter 35.30% 5,13,343
L R. Lion 1.10% 16,737
G J. Russell 1.00% 15,208
Florida    
Senate Election,     
100% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 7:00 PM ET    
R Winner M. Rubio 52.10% 48,06,075
D P. Murphy 44.20% 40,84,493
L P. Stanton 2.10% 1,95,344
N B. Nathan 0.60% 52,099
N T. Khoury 0.50% 45,379
N S. Machat 0.30% 26,661
N B. Dalack 0.20% 22,051
Georgia    
Senate Election,     
100% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 7:00 PM ET    
R Winner J. Isakson 55.00% 21,08,067
D J. Barksdale 40.80% 15,62,626
L A. Buckley 4.20% 1,59,714
Hawaii    
Senate Election,     
100% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 11:00 PM ET    
D Winner B. Schatz 73.60% 2,89,298
R J. Carroll 22.20% 87,270
C J. Allison 2.20% 8,619
L M. Kokoski 1.60% 6,350
S J. Giuffre 0.30% 1,303
Idaho    
Senate Election,     
99.1% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 10:00 PM ET    
R Winner M. Crapo 66.00% 4,26,523
D J. Sturgill 27.90% 1,80,003
C R. Writz 6.20% 39,786
Illinois    
Senate Election,     
99.1% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 8:00 PM ET    
DWinner T. Duckworth 54.40% 29,01,903
R M. Kirk 40.20% 21,43,631
L K. McMillen 3.20% 1,71,599
G S. Summers 2.10% 1,13,692
Indiana    
Senate Election,     
99.8% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 6:00 PM ET    
RWinner T. Young 52.20% 14,14,500
D E. Bayh 42.40% 11,48,917
L L. Brenton 5.50% 1,48,681
Iowa    
Senate Election,     
99.3% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 10:00 PM ET    
R Winner C. Grassley 60.10% 9,21,957
D P. Judge 35.80% 5,49,130
L C. Aldrich 2.70% 41,777
O J. Hennager 1.20% 17,695
P M. Luick-Thrams 0.30% 4,409
Kansas    
Senate Election,     
94.7% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 8:00 PM ET    
R Winner J. Moran 62.70% 6,97,593
D P. Wiesner 31.90% 3,55,336
L R. Garrard 5.40% 60,500
Kentucky    
Senate Election,     
100% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 6:00 PM ET    
R Winner R. Paul 57.30% 10,90,061
D J. Gray 42.70% 8,13,224
Louisiana    
Senate Election,     
100% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 9:00 PM ET    
RWinner* J. Kennedy 25.00% 4,82,380
DWinner* F. Campbell 17.50% 3,37,682
R C. Boustany 15.40% 2,97,744
D C. Fayard 12.50% 2,40,748
R J. Fleming 10.60% 2,03,959
R R. Maness 4.70% 90,812
R D. Duke 3.00% 58,581
D D. Edwards 2.70% 51,724
D G. Landrieu 2.40% 45,520
R D. Crawford 1.30% 25,503
R J. Cao 1.10% 21,011
N B. Billiot 1.00% 19,340
L T. Clements 0.60% 11,363
N T. Hebert 0.50% 9,484
D J. Pellerin 0.40% 7,386
D P. Williams 0.40% 6,844
D V. Mendoza 0.30% 4,923
N K. Marone 0.20% 4,102
L L. Gillam 0.20% 4,063
R C. Marsala 0.20% 3,683
R A. Patel 0.10% 1,574
N A. Wells 0.10% 1,481
O B. Lang 0.10% 1,424
O G. Taylor 0.10% 1,150
Maryland    
Senate Election,     
99.3% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 8:00 PM ET    
DWinner C. Van Hollen 60.40% 14,88,845
R K. Szeliga 36.40% 8,98,902
G M. Flowers 3.20% 78,752
Missouri    
Senate Election,     
99.8% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 8:00 PM ET    
R Winner R. Blunt 49.40% 13,70,240
D J. Kander 46.20% 12,83,222
L J. Dine 2.40% 67,067
G J. McFarland 1.10% 30,413
C F. Ryman 0.90% 25,194
Nevada    
Senate Election,     
100% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 10:00 PM ET    
DWinner C. Cortez Masto 47.10% 5,20,658
R J. Heck 44.70% 4,94,427
N None of these candidates 3.80% 42,085
I T. Jones 1.50% 17,104
N T. Sawyer 1.30% 14,163
N T. Gumina 1.00% 10,719
N J. Williams 0.60% 6,864
New Hampshire    
Senate Election,     
96% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 7:00 PM ET    
R K. Ayotte 47.90% 3,41,252
D M. Hassan 47.90% 3,41,047
I A. Day 2.40% 16,965
L B. Chabot 1.70% 12,426
New York    
Senate Election,     
97.3% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 9:00 PM ET    
D Winner C. Schumer 70.40% 46,93,947
R W. Long 27.50% 18,31,172
G R. Wilson 1.50% 1,00,372
L A. Merced 0.60% 43,216
North Carolina    
Senate Election,     
100% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 7:30 PM ET    
R Winner R. Burr 51.10% 23,71,186
D D. Ross 45.30% 21,02,696
L S. Haugh 3.60% 1,65,319
North Dakota    
Senate Election,     
98.6% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 8:00 PM ET    
R Winner J. Hoeven 78.50% 2,66,478
D E. Glassheim 17.00% 57,806
L R. Marquette 3.10% 10,462
I J. Germalic 1.40% 4,640
Ohio    
Senate Election,     
100% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 7:30 PM ET    
R Winner R. Portman 58.30% 30,48,467
D T. Strickland 36.90% 19,29,873
I T. Connors 1.70% 89,977
G J. DeMare 1.60% 84,521
I S. Rupert 1.40% 74,682
Oklahoma    
Senate Election,     
100% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 8:00 PM ET    
R Winner J. Lankford 67.70% 9,79,728
D M. Workman 24.60% 3,55,389
L R. Murphy 3.00% 43,345
I S. Braddy 2.80% 40,322
I M. Beard 1.90% 27,357
Oregon    
Senate Election,     
92.7% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 10:00 PM ET    
D Winner R. Wyden 56.70% 9,86,201
R M. Callahan 33.90% 5,88,563
W S. Lewallen 3.00% 51,796
I S. Reynolds 3.00% 51,485
P E. Navickas 2.30% 40,229
L J. Lindsay 1.20% 20,155
Pennsylvania    
Senate Election,     
99.7% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 8:00 PM ET    
R Winner P. Toomey 48.90% 28,92,873
D K. McGinty 47.20% 27,93,078
L E. Clifford 3.90% 2,30,479
South Carolina    
Senate Election,     
100% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 7:00 PM ET    
R Winner T. Scott 61.20% 11,99,552
D T. Dixon 36.40% 7,13,291
C B. Bledsoe 1.90% 36,517
A R. Scarborough 0.60% 11,621
South Dakota    
Senate Election,     
99.9% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 8:00 PM ET    
R Winner J. Thune 71.80% 2,65,374
D J. Williams 28.20% 1,04,091
Utah    
Senate Election,     
70.3% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 10:00 PM ET    
R Winner M. Lee 67.40% 4,88,373
D M. Snow 28.00% 2,02,504
I S. Fonua 2.30% 16,733
U B. Barron 2.30% 16,443
Vermont    
Senate Election,     
98.9% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 7:00 PM ET    
D Winner P. Leahy 61.30% 1,87,181
R S. Milne 33.10% 1,01,068
I C. Ericson 2.90% 8,897
I J. Trudell 1.70% 5,192
L P. Diamondstone 1.00% 3,012
Washington    
Senate Election,     
65.1% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 11:00 PM ET    
D Winner P. Murray 60.90% 12,02,703
R C. Vance 39.10% 7,72,560
Wisconsin    
Senate Election,     
99.8% Reporting    
Polls Closing: 9:00 PM ET    
R Winner R. Johnson 50.20% 14,74,345
D R. Feingold 46.80% 13,75,992
L P. Anderson 3.00% 87,004

All class 3 Senators are up for election; class 3 was last up for election in 2010, when Republicans won a net gain of six seats. Currently, Democrats are expected to have 10 seats up for election, and Republicans are expected to have 24 seats up for election. However, as of June 7, only 9 Democratic held seats are in contention, as the Democrats have already secured California, with the top two finishers in the California Senate jungle primary both being Democrats. Republicans, having taken control of the Senate in the 2014 election, currently hold the Senate majority with 54 seats.

There are 100 senators, two from each state. This is a list of the current members of the United States Senate (114th United States Congress).

Affiliation Members
Republican Party 54
Democratic Party 44
Independent 2

Cook, Sabato, Rothenberg, Daily Kos Elections, FiveThirtyEight, Real Clear Politics, Talking Points Memo, and the New York Times consider the states listed below to be safe seats for the party currently holding the seat.

Safe Republican Safe Democratic
Alabama CaliforniaO
Arkansas Connecticut
Idaho Hawaii
Kansas MarylandO
North Dakota New York
Oklahoma Oregon
South Carolina Vermont
South Dakota Washington
Utah  

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