Senate Facts

Retiring – 117th Congress, First Session (2022)

Roy Blunt, R-MO

Richard Burr, R-NC

Jim Inhofe, R-OK*

Patrick Leahy, D-VT

Rob Portman, R-OH

Richard Shelby, R-AL

Pat Toomey, R-PA

*Senator Inhofe will retire in January, 2023. He was re-elected to another six-year term in 2020. There will be a special election in November, 2022 to replace him.

117th Congress, First Session 

50 Republicans
50 Democrats (2 Independents – Sanders and King)

Vice President Kamala Harris (D) serves as President of the Senate, and has the ability to cast the tiebreaking vote.

 

Democrats (14 Held Seats)

  1. Michael Bennet (Colorado)
  2. Richard Blumenthal (Connecticut)
  3. Catherine Cortez Masto (Nevada)
  4. Tammy Duckworth (Illinois)
  5. Maggie Hassan (New Hampshire)
  6. Mark Kelly (Arizona)
  7. Patrick Leahy (Vermont) Has announced he will retire at end of term.
  8. Patty Murray (Washington)
  9. Alex Padilla (California)
  10. Brian Schatz (Hawaii)
  11. Chuck Schumer (New York)
  12. Chris Van Hollen (Maryland)
  13. Raphael Warnock (Georgia)
  14. Ron Wyden (Oregon)

Republicans (21 Held Seats)

  1. Roy Blunt (Missouri) Has announced he will retire at end of term.
  2. John Boozman (Arkansas)
  3. Richard Burr (North Carolina) Has announced he will retire at end of term.
  4. Mike Crapo (Idaho)
  5. Chuck Grassley (Iowa)
  6. John Hoeven (North Dakota)
  7. Jim Inhofe (Oklahoma) Has announced he will retire at the end of the 117th Congress.
  8. Ron Johnson (Wisconsin)
  9. John Kennedy (Louisiana)
  10. James Lankford (Oklahoma)
  11. Mike Lee (Utah)
  12. Jerry Moran (Kansas)
  13. Lisa Murkowski (Alaska)
  14. Rand Paul (Kentucky)
  15. Rob Portman (Ohio) Has announced he will retire at end of term.
  16. Marco Rubio (Florida)
  17. Tim Scott (South Carolina)
  18. Richard Shelby (Alabama) Has announced he will retire at end of term.
  19. John Thune (South Dakota)
  20. Patrick Toomey (Pennsylvania) Has announced he will retire at end of term.
  21. Todd Young (Indiana)

Senators up for re-election in 2024

Democrats (23)

Tammy Baldwin (Wisconsin)
Sherrod Brown (Ohio)
Maria Cantwell (Washington)
Ben Cardin (Maryland)
Tom Carper (Delaware)
Bob Casey Jr. (Pennsylvania)
Dianne Feinstein (California)
Kirsten Gillibrand (New York)
Martin Heinrich (New Mexico)
Mazie Hirono (Hawaii)
Tim Kaine (Virginia)
Angus King (I-Maine)
Amy Klobuchar (Minnesota)
Joe Manchin (West Virginia)
Bob Menendez (New Jersey)
Chris Murphy (Connecticut)
Jacky Rosen (Nevada)
Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont)
Kyrsten Sinema (Arizona)
Debbie Stabenow (Michigan)
Jon Tester (Montana)
Elizabeth Warren (Massachusetts)
Sheldon Whitehouse (Rhode Island)

Republicans (10)

John Barrasso (Wyoming)
Marsha Blackburn (Tennessee)
Mike Braun (Indiana)
Kevin Cramer (North Dakota)
Ted Cruz (Texas)
Deb Fischer (Nebraska)
Josh Hawley (Missouri)
Mitt Romney (Utah)
Rick Scott (Florida)
Roger Wicker (Mississippi)

Democrats

  1. Cory Booker (New Jersey) – Won reelection. 
  2. Chris Coons (Delaware) – Won reelection. 
  3. Dick Durbin (Illinois) – Won reelection. 
  4. Doug Jones (Alabama) – Lost reelection. Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) was sworn-in on January 3, 2021.
  5. Ed Markey (Massachusetts) – Won reelection. 
  6. Jeff Merkley (Oregon) – Won reelection. 
  7. Gary Peters (Michigan) – Won reelection. 
  8. Jack Reed (Rhode Island) – Won reelection. 
  9. Jeanne Shaheen (New Hampshire) – Won reelection. 
  10. Tina Smith (Minnesota) – Won reelection. 
  11. Tom Udall (New Mexico) – Retired. Ben Ray Lujan (D-NM) was sworn-in on January 3, 2021.
  12. Mark Warner (Virginia) – Won reelection. 

Republicans

  1. Lamar Alexander (Tennessee) – Retired. Bill Hagerty (R-TN) was sworn-in on January 3, 2021.
  2. Bill Cassidy (Louisiana) – Won reelection. 
  3. Susan Collins (Maine) – Won reelection. 
  4. John Cornyn (Texas) – Won reelection. 
  5. Tom Cotton (Arkansas) – Won reelection. 
  6. Steve Daines (Montana) – Won reelection. 
  7. Mike Enzi (Wyoming) – Retired. Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) was sworn-in on January 3, 2021.
  8. Joni Ernst (Iowa) – Won reelection. 
  9. Cory Gardner (Colorado) – Lost reelection. John Hickenlooper (D) was sworn-in on January 3, 2021. 
  10. Lindsey Graham (South Carolina) – Won reelection. 
  11. Cindy Hyde-Smith (Mississippi) – Won reelection. 
  12. Jim Inhofe (Oklahoma) – Won reelection. 
  13. Kelly Loeffler (Georgia) – Lost the Runoff Election. Raphael G. Warnock (D-GA) was sworn-in Januray 20, 2021.
  14. Martha McSally (Arizona) – Lost the Special Election. Mark Kelly (D) was sworn-in on December 2, 2020.
  15. Mitch McConnell (Kentucky) – Won reelection. 
  16. Shelley Moore Capito (West Virginia) – Won reelection. 
  17. David Perdue (Georgia) – Lost the Runoff Election. Jon Ossoff (D-GA) was sworn-in Januray 20, 2021.
  18. Jim Risch (Idaho) – Won reelection. 
  19. Pat Roberts (Kansas) – Retired. Roger Marshall (R) was sworn-in on January 3, 2021.
  20. Mike Rounds (South Dakota) – Won reelection. 
  21. Ben Sasse (Nebraska) – Won reelection. 
  22. Dan Sullivan (Alaska) – Won reelection. 
  23. Thom Tillis (North Carolina) – Won reelection.