Recount Results:Trump wins in Wisconsin & Pennsylvania

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Trump's victory in Wisconsin was reaffirmed following a statewide vote recount that showed him defeating Democrat Hillary Clinton by nearly 23,000 votes. Meanwhile, a federal judge issued a stinging rejection of a Green Party-backed request for a presidential recount in Pennsylvania that complained the state's reliance on aging electronic voting machines made it highly vulnerable to hacking.

Green Party candidate Jill Stein successfully requested and paid for the Wisconsin recount while her attempts for similar statewide recounts in Pennsylvania and Michigan were blocked by the courts.

Stein got only about 1 percent of the vote in each of the three states, which Trump narrowly won over Clinton. Stein argued, without evidence, that voting machines in all three states were susceptible to hacking. All three states were crucial to Trump's victory, having last voted for a Republican for president in the 1980s.

The numbers barely budged in Wisconsin after nearly 3 million votes were recounted. Trump, a billionaire New York real estate mogul, picked up 131 votes and won by 22,748 votes. The final results changed just 0.06 percent.

Jill Stein got denied recounts in Pennsylvania and Michigan but will get a complete recount in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Election Commission alerted media that all 72 counties have finished their counts and that all of them are expected to have results reported in time for a certification at 3 pm CT today 

In Pennsylvania, state officials certified the results of the election in the hours following the decision by U.S. District Judge Paul S.

Trump beat Clinton in the state by about 44,000 votes out of 6 million cast, or less than 1 percent, according to the final tally after weeks of counting provisional and overseas ballots. Green Party voters had petitioned some counties to do partial recounts, affecting few votes, county officials said.

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United States presidential election of 2016, scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2016, will be the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election.

Recount Results:Trump wins in Wisconsin & Pennsylvania

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  1. Michigan presidential vote recount starts to complete by a Dec. 13 federal deadline.

    1. Counting stopped for Michigan again. "It's disheartening a judge gave in to Donald Trump and Michigan Republicans," Stein tweeted Thursday morning.
    2. Broken polling machines may have put vote counts in question  
    3. 87 of Wayne County’s decade-old voting machines broke on election day, according to Detroit’s elections director, Daniel Baxter. 
    4. He told ballot scanners often jammed when polling place workers were trying to operate them. Every time a jammed ballot was removed and reinserted, he suspects the machine may have re-counted it.
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  1. In Wisconsin Recount continued into a second week.

    1. The numbers barely budged in Wisconsin after nearly 3 million votes were recounted. Trump, a billionaire New York real estate mogul, picked up 131 votes and won by 22,748 votes. The final results changed just 0.06 percent.
    2. In Wisconsin, the recount have Clinton 492 votes, and Trump gained 410 vote. Trump won by more than 22,000 votes, and with half of the state's counties having already completed their recounts, looks like little is going to change.  
    3. More than 1 million of the nearly 3 million votes cast in the state have been recounted.
  2. Recounts are unlikely to overturn the result. The election was decided, in effect, by slightly more than 100,000 people in three Midwestern states.  
  3. Mr Trump won Wisconsin with a margin of 0.8% (or 22,000 votes),
  4. Michigan with a margin of 0.2% (11,000 votes) and
  5. Pennsylvania with 71,000 votes, a margin of 1.2%.
  6. The Green Party-backed recount campaign was focused on three states that Mr Trump won – Wisconsin (by 22,177 votes), Michigan (10,704 votes) and Pennsylvania (49,000 votes)
  7. According to federal law, all recounts have to be concluded within 35 days of the election, which is 13 December
  8. All three states account for 46 votes in the Electoral College, enough to tip the election to Mrs Clinton if they moved from Mr Trump's total to hers – but this is viewed as highly unlikely
  9. A recount has already started in Wisconsin, which Mr Trump won by 22,000 votes.

US Elections Results on 8th November

All 435 House of Representatives seats were up for re-election, plus 34 Senate seats and 12 Governorships.

Election Results Live Electoral Votes

  Hillary Clinton Donald Trump
Electoral Votes

232

306 (Winner)

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Who Won the Swing States:

  1. Florida: 29 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(49.1%)
  2. Ohio: 18 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(52.1%)
  3. North Carolina: 15 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(50.5%)
  4. Virginia: 13 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(49.1%)
  5. Nevada: 6 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(48.0%)
  6. Colorado: 9 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(47.6%)
  7. Georgia: 16 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(51.4%)

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LIVE Highlights and Updates of US Presidential Election 2016 by State:

 

States Democrats Republicans Electoral Votes
Alabama    Won 9
Alaska    Won 3
Arizona    Won 11
Arkansas    Won 6
California  Won   55
Colorado  Won   9
Connecticut Won   7
Delaware  Won   3
District of Columbia Won   3
Florida    Won 29
Georgia    Won 16
Hawaii  Won   4
Idaho    Won 4
Illinois  Won   20
Indiana    Won 11
Iowa    Won 6
Kansas    Won 6
Kentucky    Won 8
Louisiana    Won 8
Maine      3,1
Maryland  Won   10
Massachetts Won   11
Michigan    Won 16
Minnesota  Won   10
Mississippi    Won 6
Missouri    Won 10
Montana    Won 3
Nebraska    Won 5
Nevada  Won   6
New Hampshire    Won 4
New Jersey  Won   14
New Mexico   Won   5
New York  Won   29
North Carolina    Won 15
North Dakota    Won 3
Ohio    Won 18
Oklahoma    Won 7
Oregon  Won   7
Pennsylvania    Won 20
Rhode Island Won   4
South Carolina    Won 9
 South Dakota    Won 3
Tennessee    Won 11
Texas    Won 38
Utah    Won 6
Vermont  Won   3
Virginia  Won   13
Washington Won   12
West Virginia    Won 5
Wisconsin    Won 10
Wyoming    Won 3

What time will we know who the winner is?
From about 3:00pm AEDT tomorrow

  1. Republicans won the US House
  2. Canada's Immigration Site Crashed After Donald Trump Was Projected to Win US Elections
  3. Polls opened in Florida, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina and part of Tennessee 30 mins ago. Seventeen states in total now open and voting.
  4. Republican nominee Donald Trump wraps up his final rally as America heads to the polls
  5. Find Your Polling Place Here:
  6. Chanakya the fish opted for the Republican candidate Donald Trump for US Polls.
  7. In Millsfield, NH. Trump – 16 , Clinton – 4 , Write-in Bernie Sanders (1)
  8. Hillary Clinton wins early vote in tiny New Hampshire town by a 4-2 margin over Donald Trump.
  9. The first polling stations close on the East Coast at 7:00 pm (0000 GMT Wednesday), and the last far out in Alaska at 0600 GMT Wednesday.
  10. The drama begins at 0000 GMT when polling stations close in Georgia, South Carolina, Vermont, Indiana and Kentucky.
  11. Progress made by US will go down if Clinton doesn't win: Barack Obama
  12. Trump on groping charges: Nobody respects women the way I do, accusations of groping all lies, started by Hillary campaign
  13. Trump to Hillary: She and Obama gave us ISIS
  14. Hillary: Trump thinks belittling women makes him bigger, we all know how he thinks about women.
  15. Lady Gaga has been speaking in support of Hillary Clinton in Raleigh, North Carolina.
  16. New Rueters Ipsos poll – Hillary Clinton 'has 90 per cent chance of winning'
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What time will we know who the winner is? – From about 3:00pm AEDT tomorrow

  1. Donald Trump won the US Presidential Election 2016
  2. Republicans won the US Senate
  3. Republicans won the US House
  4. Canada's Immigration Site Crashed After Donald Trump Was Projected to Win US Elections
  5. Hillary Clinton cast her vote in Chappaqua, New York,  with her husband, former US President Bill.
  6. 40 Million Americans already voted before election day on November 8.
  7. Polls opened in Florida, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina and part of Tennessee 30 mins ago. Seventeen states in total now open and voting.
  8. Republican nominee Donald Trump wraps up his final rally as America heads to the polls.
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  10. Chanakya the fish opted for the Republican candidate Donald Trump for US Polls.
  11. In Millsfield, NH. Trump – 16 , Clinton – 4 , Write-in Bernie Sanders (1)
  12. Hillary Clinton wins early vote in tiny New Hampshire town by a 4-2 margin over Donald Trump.
  13. The first polling stations close on the East Coast at 7:00 pm (0000 GMT Wednesday), and the last far out in Alaska at 0600 GMT Wednesday.
  14. The drama begins at 0000 GMT when polling stations close in Georgia, South Carolina, Vermont, Indiana and Kentucky.
  15. Progress made by US will go down if Clinton doesn't win: Barack Obama
  16. Trump on groping charges: Nobody respects women the way I do, accusations of groping all lies, started by Hillary campaign
  17. Trump to Hillary: She and Obama gave us ISIS
  18. Hillary: Trump thinks belittling women makes him bigger, we all know how he thinks about women.
  19. Lady Gaga has been speaking in support of Hillary Clinton in Raleigh, North Carolina.
  20. New Rueters Ipsos poll – Hillary Clinton 'has 90 per cent chance of winning'

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Voting in America is over. Donald Trump has emerged victorious over Hillary Clinton and will become the 45th President of the USA. 

Early signs as to how this unexpected result occurred can be seen in demographic exit poll data, with Clinton doing worse than expected among women, Hispanic voters and African Americans.

By Racial background

  Trump Clinton
White 51 33
Black 3 83
Hispanics  17 60

By Gender

  Trump Clinton
Men 49 33
Women 34 49

By age

  Trump Clinton
18-39 years 29 41
40-64 years 44 43
65 or older 49 39

By Education

  Trump Clinton
High school graduates or less 44 36
Attended some college 46 40
College graduates 37 46
Post graduates 30 51

 

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Florida: 29 Electoral college votes

Ohio: 18 Electoral college votes

North Carolina: 15 Electoral college votes

Virginia: 13 Electoral college votes

Nevada: 6 Electoral college votes

Ohio: 18 Electoral college votes

Colorado: 9 Electoral college votes

Georgia: 16 Electoral college votes

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Nearly 2 Millions Americans have already voted as of October 25, and early voting is showing Hillary Clinton going stronger than trump. In 2012, 129 million US Voters took part in the elections. Early Voting would go on till 4th November.

LIVE Highlights and Updates of US Presidential Election 2016:

  1. Hillary Clinton wins early vote in tiny New Hampshire town by a 4-2 margin over Donald Trump.

Results till now show.

  1. Clinton sees surge in swing states of North Carolina, Nevada
  2. As many as four in 10 voters expected to cast ballots early
  3. Democrats doing better than what they did in 2012 in states like North Carolina, Nevada, Colorado, Arizona and Utah.
  4. Trump is holding steady in Ohio, Iowa, and Georgia
  5. Polls show Hillary is running closer than expected in Texas
  6. Democrats and Republicans are running close in Florida, which is a good sign for Democrats as Republicans have good hold in Florida.
Early voting in battlegrounds where data is available (as of Nov. 3)
  Total mail
and early
vote
Total mail
and early
vote
Percent Democrat Percent Republican
State 2012 2016 2016 2016
Colorado 2090426 1406573 36.2 35.2
Florida 4789212 4867113 39.8 40
Iowa 688005 557432 43.5 34.4
Nevada 705052 622073 42.3 36.9
North Carolina 2774599 2337899 42.7 31.8
Source: United States Elections Project Bloomberg

Key County

The Ohio county where Trump held his national convention in July is presenting the greatest concern for Democrats so far. Clinton needs to generate a large advantage in Cuyahoga, home to Cleveland and a Democratic stronghold that’s the state’s most populous county, to offset Republican votes elsewhere. In 2012, Obama won by 256,613 votes in Cuyahoga, part of a statewide margin of 166,272.

Early-vote requests by Democrats in Cuyahoga County, however, are down 35 percent compared with the same point in 2012, and ballots returned are off by 31 percent, according to data from the county board of elections. Republicans are running slightly ahead.

The voting in Cuyahoga, Republicans say, shows a lack of enthusiasm for Clinton and that spells trouble for her, in part because 30 percent of county residents are black, a key Democratic voting bloc.

Democrats say it’s misleading to compare this year with 2012 because there are five fewer days of early voting. They say in-person and voting by mail numbers are increasing — and there’s still a final weekend of in-person voting, when churches organize “souls to the polls” efforts.

Running Behind

But Democrats are running slightly behind the number of accepted in-person and mail ballots cast at the same point in the 2012 election — in which Obama lost the state to Republican Mitt Romney by 2 percentage points — while Republicans are running 13 percent ahead, according to J. Michael Bitzer, a political-science professor at Catawba College in Salisbury.

Turnout by blacks is also down by 11 percent, compared with an increase of 20 percent for whites, in part because voting changes by the Republican-controlled legislature and governor that limited the number of polling sites during the first week of early voting, Bitzer said.

While black voters are making steady headway in eating into their deficit compared to 2012, early in-person voting ends on Saturday. The question will be whether Democrats shift to getting more black voters to show up on Election Day, he said.

Another variable this year is a 44 percent increase from 2012 so far in early ballots cast by unaffiliated voters, the fasting-growing bloc in the state, Bitzer said. Almost 40 percent of all registered voters under the age of 35 are unaffiliated, he said.

Both Clinton and Trump campaigned in North Carolina on Thursday, and Obama was there on Wednesday, saying the “fate of the world is teetering and you, North Carolina, are going to have to make sure that we push it in the right direction.’’

Republicans say they are pleased with early voting trends. They think Democrats will struggle to match Obama’s performance in early balloting, while they’ll exceed what Romney did four years ago.

“The momentum is definitely with Mr. Trump right now,” Chris Carr, the Republican National Committee’s political director, told reporters earlier this week.

Source: bloomberg.com

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 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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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

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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.

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Republicans won the US House (218 to win majority)

  Hillary Clinton Donald Trump
Electoral Votes

191

 

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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 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