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These 34 United States Senators Are Up for Re-election in 2022:

  1. United States Senator Michael Bennet (Democratic Party) > State of Colorado
  2. United States Senator Richard Blumenthal (Democratic Party) > State of Connecticut
  3. United States Senator Roy Blunt (Republican Party) > State of Missouri
  4. United States Senator John Boozman (Republican Party) > State of Arkansas
  5. United States Senator Richard Burr (Republican Party) > State of North Carolina
  6. United States Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (Democratic Party) > State of Nevada
  7. United States Senator Mike Crapo (Republican Party) > State of Idaho
  8. United States Senator Tammy Duckworth (Democratic Party) > State of Illinois
  9. United States Senator Chuck Grassley (Republican Party) > State of Iowa
  10. United States Senator Margaret Wood Hassan (Democratic Party) > State of New Hampshire
  11. United States Senator John Hoeven (Republican Party) > State of North Dakota
  12. United States Senator Ron Johnson (Republican Party) > State of Wisconsin
  13. United States Senator Mark Kelly (Democratic Party) > State of Arizona
  14. United States Senator John Kennedy (Republican Party) > State of Louisiana
  15. United States Senator James Lankford (Republican Party) > State of Oklahoma
  16. United States Senator Patrick Leahy (Democratic Party) > State of Vermont
  17. United States Senator Mike Lee (Republican Party) > State of Utah
  18. United States Senator Jerry Moran (Republican Party) > State of Kansas
  19. United States Senator Lisa Murkowski (Republican Party) > State of Alaska
  20. United States Senator Patty Murray (Democratic Party) > State of Washington
  21. United States Senator Alex Padilla (Democratic Party) > State of California
  22. United States Senator Rand Paul (Republican Party) > State of Kentucky
  23. United States Senator Rob Portman (Republican Party) > State of Ohio
  24. United States Senator Marco Rubio (Republican Party) > State of Florida
  25. United States Senator Brian Schatz (Democratic Party) > State of Hawaii
  26. United States Senator Chuck Schumer (Democratic Party) > State of New York
  27. United States Senator Tim Scott (Republican Party) > State of South Carolina
  28. United States Senator Richard Shelby (Republican Party) > State of Alabama
  29. United States Senator John Thune (Republican Party) > State of South Dakota
  30. United States Senator Patrick Toomey (Republican Party) > State of Pennsylvania
  31. United States Senator Chris Van Hollen (Democratic Party) > State of Maryland
  32. United States Senator Raphael Warnock (Democratic Party) > State of Georgia
  33. United States Senator Ron Wyden (Democratic Party) > State of Oregon
  34. United States Senator Todd Young (Republican Party) > State of Indiana

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  1. Bill
    Bill

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    James Sullivan

    You got John Kennedy of LA listed as a Democrat. He’s a Republican

    1. Bill
      Bill

      Had the other “John Kennedy” in my head. Corrected. Thanks!

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    Susan

    Kamala Harris?? No longer in the Senate

    1. Bill
      Bill

      That’s incorrect. She hasn’t resigned yet and won’t be officially Vice President until January 20th.

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    robert tarpey

    Martha McSally of Arizona was just defeated. Will not be up for re-election in 2022.

    1. Bill
      Bill

      Of course. All 6 Senate Class pages will be updated in due time.

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    MrRogers

    Does Kelly Loeffler in Georgia have to possibly run in both 2020 and again in 2022?

    1. Bill
      Bill

      Correct. Loeffler, appointed by Georgia’s Governor to replace Johnny Isakson, is running to fill the remaining two years of Isakson’s term (after her appointment ends in January) in a special election to be held on January 5th (the race’s jungle primary occurred along with the General Election last month). Whoever wins that race will then be up for election again in 2022 (the end of that Senate seat’s regular term).

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    Kimberly Reab

    Stop the steal!!!

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    Kathy F

    Loeffler was defeated by Rev. Warnick. Instead of stop the steal you should say stop the lies! The lies from the trump & his allies is why we had a coup at the capitol bldg. today!

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