Senate Facts

Retiring – 118th Congress

Mike Braun (R-IN)

Ben Cardin (D-MD)

Tom Carper (D-DE)

Mitt Romney (R-UT)

Debbie Stabenow (D-MI)

 

Not Seeking a Full Term

Laphonza Butler (D-CA)

118th Congress, First Session 

 

51 Democrats (3 Independents – King, Sanders and Sinema)

49 Republicans

 

 

Democrats (14 Held Seats)

  1. Michael Bennet (Colorado) – Won reelection.
  2. Richard Blumenthal (Connecticut) – Won reelection.
  3. Catherine Cortez Masto (Nevada) – Won reelection.
  4. Tammy Duckworth (Illinois) – Won reelection.
  5. Maggie Hassan (New Hampshire) – Won reelection.
  6. Mark Kelly (Arizona) – Won reelection.
  7. Patrick Leahy (Vermont) Has announced he will retire at end of term. Peter Welch (D) elected.
  8. Patty Murray (Washington) – Won reelection.
  9. Alex Padilla (California) – Won reelection.
  10. Brian Schatz (Hawaii) – Won reelection.
  11. Chuck Schumer (New York) – Won reelection.
  12. Chris Van Hollen (Maryland) – Won reelection.
  13. Raphael Warnock (Georgia) – Defeated his challenger, Herschel Walker, in the Georgia runoff on December 6, 2022. The win gives Sen. Warnock a full six-year term. 
  14. Ron Wyden (Oregon) – Won reelection.

Republicans (21 Held Seats)

  1. Roy Blunt (Missouri) Has announced he will retire at end of term. Eric Schmitt (R) elected.
  2. John Boozman (Arkansas) – Won reelection.
  3. Richard Burr (North Carolina) Has announced he will retire at end of term. Ted Budd (R) elected.
  4. Mike Crapo (Idaho) – Won reelection.
  5. Chuck Grassley (Iowa) – Won reelection.
  6. John Hoeven (North Dakota) – Won reelection.
  7. Jim Inhofe (Oklahoma) Has announced he will retire at the end of the 117th Congress. Markwayne Mullin (R) elected.
  8. Ron Johnson (Wisconsin) – Won reelection.
  9. John Kennedy (Louisiana) – Won reelection.
  10. James Lankford (Oklahoma) – Won reelection.
  11. Mike Lee (Utah) – Won reelection.
  12. Jerry Moran (Kansas) – Won reelection.
  13. Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) – Race has not been called.
  14. Rand Paul (Kentucky) – Won reelection.
  15. Rob Portman (Ohio) Has announced he will retire at end of term. J.D. Vance (R) elected.
  16. Marco Rubio (Florida) – Won reelection.
  17. Tim Scott (South Carolina) – Won reelection.
  18. Richard Shelby (Alabama) Has announced he will retire at end of term. Katie Britt (R) elected.
  19. John Thune (South Dakota) – Won reelection.
  20. Patrick Toomey (Pennsylvania) Has announced he will retire at end of term. John Fetterman (D) elected.
  21. Todd Young (Indiana)

Senators up for reelection in 2024

Democrats

  1. Tammy Baldwin (Wisconsin)
  2. Sherrod Brown (Ohio)
  3. Laphonza Butler (D-California)
  4. Maria Cantwell (Washington)
  5. Ben Cardin (Maryland)*
  6. Tom Carper (Delaware)*
  7. Bob Casey Jr. (Pennsylvania)
  8. Kirsten Gillibrand (New York)
  9. Martin Heinrich (New Mexico)
  10. Mazie Hirono (Hawaii)
  11. Tim Kaine (Virginia)
  12. Angus King (I-Maine)
  13. Amy Klobuchar (Minnesota)
  14. Joe Manchin (West Virginia)
  15. Bob Menendez (New Jersey)
  16. Chris Murphy (Connecticut)
  17. Jacky Rosen (Nevada)
  18. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont)
  19. Kyrsten Sinema (I-Arizona)
  20. Debbie Stabenow (Michigan)*
  21. Jon Tester (Montana)
  22. Elizabeth Warren (Massachusetts)
  23. Sheldon Whitehouse (Rhode Island)

Republicans (11)

  1. John Barrasso (Wyoming)
  2. Marsha Blackburn (Tennessee)
  3. Mike Braun (Indiana)*
  4. Kevin Cramer (North Dakota)
  5. Ted Cruz (Texas)
  6. Deb Fischer (Nebraska)
  7. Josh Hawley (Missouri)
  8. Pete Ricketts (Nebraska)**
  9. Mitt Romney (Utah)*
  10. Rick Scott (Florida)
  11. Roger Wicker (Mississippi)

* Not running for reelection.

** Will run in a special election in 2024 to fill the remaining two years of Ben Sasse’s term.

Senators up for reelection in 2026

Democrats

  1. Cory Booker (New Jersey)  
  2. Chris Coons (Delaware) 
  3. Dick Durbin (Illinois)
  4. John Hickenlooper (Colorado) 
  5. Ed Markey (Massachusetts)  
  6. Jeff Merkley (Oregon) 
  7. Jon Ossoff (Georgia)
  8. Gary Peters (Michigan) 
  9. Jack Reed (Rhode Island)  
  10. Jeanne Shaheen (New Hampshire) 
  11. Tina Smith (Minnesota) 
  12. Ben Ray Lujan (New Mexico) 
  13. Mark Warner (Virginia) 

Republicans 

  1. Shelley Moore Capito (West Virginia) 
  2. Bill Cassidy (Louisiana) 
  3. Susan Collins (Maine) 
  4. John Cornyn (Texas)  
  5. Tom Cotton (Arkansas) 
  6. Steve Daines (Montana) 
  7. Joni Ernst (Iowa) 
  8. Lindsey Graham (South Carolina) 
  9. Bill Hagerty (Tennessee)
  10. Cindy Hyde-Smith (Mississippi)  
  11. Jim Inhofe (Oklahoma)  
  12. Cynthia Lummis (Wyoming) 
  13. Roger Marshall (Kansas) 
  14. Mitch McConnell (Kentucky)  
  15. Jim Risch (Idaho)  
  16. Mike Rounds (South Dakota) 
  17. Dan Sullivan (Alaska) 
  18. Thom Tillis (North Carolina) 
  19. Tommy Tuberville (Alabama)