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2014 Midterms Breakdown

Republicans took control of the Senate, kept control of the House

Republicans won big tonight with almost sweeping Gubernatorial wins, they also won the Senate, which was expected to happen. In total, Republicans now hold 52 Senate seats while the Democrats just have 45.

Here’s the breakdown of the 2014 Midterm elections. Note: we did not include the names of those who won House seats because there are simply too many.


  •  Tom Cotton (R) won a Senate seat

  • Asa Hutchinson (R) was elected Governor


  • John Cornyn (R) kept his Senate seat

  • Greg Abott (R) was elected Governor


  • (No Senate seats up for election)

  • Tom Wolf (D) was elected Governor


  • James Lankford (R) won a Senate seat

  • Jim Inhofe (R) kept his Senate seat

  • Mary Fallin (R) was re-elected Governor


  • Cory Gardner (R) won a Senate seat

  • John Hickenlooper (D) is leading Bob Beauprez (R) in Governor’s race

 New York

  • (No senate seats up for election)

  • Andrew Cuomo (D) was re-elected Governor

South Carolina

  • Nikki Haley (R) was re-elected Governor

  • Tim Scott (R) kept his Senate seat

  • Lindsey Graham (R)  kept his Senate seat

Rhode Island

  • Jack Reed (D) kept his Senate seat

  • Gina Raimondo (D) was elected Governor


  • Joni Ernst (R) won a Senate seat

  • Terry Branstad (R) was re-elected Governor


  • David Perdue (R) won a Senate seat

  • Nathan Deal (R) was re-elected Governor


  • Christopher Coons (D) kept his Senate seat

  • (No Gubernatorial race)


  • Susan Collins (R) kept her Senate seat

  • Paul LePage (R) was re-elected Governor


  • Dick Durbin (D) kept his Senate seat

  • Bruce Rauner (R) was elected Governor


  • Gary Peters (D) won a Senate seat

  • Rick Snyder (R) was re-elected Governor


  • (No Senate seats up for election)

  • Rick Scott (R) was re-elected Governor


  • (No Senate seats up for election)

  • Tom Foley (R) was elected Governor

New Mexico

  • Tom Udall (D) kept his Senate seat

  • Susana Martinez (R) was re-elected Governor


  • Ed Markey (D) kept his Senate seat

  • Charlie Baker (R) was elected Governor


  • (No Senate seats for election)

  • Brian Sandoval (R) was re-elected Governor


  • Ben Sasse (R) won a Senate seat

  • Pete Ricketts (R) was elected Governor


  • Jeff Sessions (R) kept his Senate seat

  • Robert Bentley (R) was re-elected Governor


  • (No Senate seats for election)

  • Doug Ducey (R) was re-elected Governor

 North Carolina

  • Thom Tillis (R) won a Senate seat

  • (No Gubernatorial race)


  • Mike Enzi (R) kept his Senate seat

  • Matt Mead (R) was re-elected Governor


  • Lamar Alexander (R) kept his Senate seat

  • Bill Haslam (R) was re-elected Governor

West Virginia

  • Shelley Moore Capito (R) won a Senate seat

  • (No Gubernatorial race)

South Dakota

  • Mike Rounds (R) won a Senate seat

  • Dennis Daugaard (R) was re-elected Governor

New Hampshire

  • Jeanne Shaheen (D) won a Senate seat

  • Maggie Hassan (D) was re-elected Governor


  • Jim Risch (R) kept his Senate seat

  • Butch Otter (R) was re-elected Governor


  • Steve Daines (R) won a Senate seat

  • (No Gubernatorial race)


  • Al Franken (D) kept his Senate seat

  • Mark Dayton (D) was re-elected Governor

New Jersey

  • Cory Booker (D) kept his Senate seat

  • (No Gubernatorial race)


  • Pat Roberts (R) kept his Senate seat

  • Sam Brownback (R) was re-elected Governor


  • (No Senate seats for election)

  • Scott Walker (R) was re-elected Governor


  • Mitch McConnell (R) kept his Senate seat

  • (No Gubernatorial race)


  • No winner yet: Mary Landrieu (D) and Bill Cassidy (R) will move on to a runoff election.

  • (No Gubernatorial race)


  • (No Senate seats for election)

  • Jerry Brown (D) was re-elected Governor


  • Brian Schatz (D) kept his Senate seat

  • David Ige (D) was elected Governor


  • Jeff Merkley (D) kept his Senate seat

  • John Kitzhaber (D) was re-elected


  • Thad Cochran (R) kept his Senate seat

  • (No Gubernatorial race)


  • (No Senate seats for election)

  • Larry Hogan (R) was elected Governor


  • (No Senate seats for election)

  • John Kasich (R) was re-elected Governor


  • Dan Sullivan (R) won a Senate seat

    Bill Walker (no party affiliation) was elected Governor









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