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All 33 Senate Seats Up In 2020 by Party (12 Democrats & 21 Republicans)
  1. United States Senator Doug Jones (Democratic Party) > State of Alabama
  2. United States Senator Christopher Coons (Democratic Party) > State of Delaware
  3. United States Senator Dick Durbin (Democratic Party) > State of Illinois
  4. United States Senator Ed Markey (Democratic Party) > State of Massachusetts
  5. United States Senator Gary Peters (Democratic Party) > State of Michigan
  6. United States Senator Tina Smith (Democratic Party) > State of Minnesota
  7. United States Senator Jeanne Shaheen (Democratic Party) > State of New Hampshire
  8. United States Senator Cory Booker (Democratic Party) > State of New Jersey
  9. United States Senator Tom Udall (Democratic Party) > State of New Mexico
  10. United States Senator Jeff Merkley (Democratic Party) > State of Oregon
  11. United States Senator Jack Reed (Democratic Party) > State of Rhode Island
  12. United States Senator Mark Warner (Democratic Party) > State of Virginia
  13. United States Senator Dan Sullivan (Republican Party) > State of Alaska
  14. United States Senator Tom Cotton (Republican Party) > State of Arkansas
  15. United States Senator Cory Gardner (Republican Party) > State of Colorado
  16. United States Senator David Perdue (Republican Party) > State of Georgia
  17. United States Senator James Risch (Republican Party) > State of Idaho
  18. United States Senator Joni Ernst (Republican Party) > State of Iowa
  19. United States Senator Pat Roberts (Republican Party) > State of Kansas
  20. United States Senator Mitch McConnell (Republican Party) > State of Kentucky
  21. United States Senator Bill Cassidy (Republican Party) > State of Louisiana
  22. United States Senator Susan Collins (Republican Party) > State of Maine
  23. United States Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (Republican Party) > State of Mississippi
  24. United States Senator Steve Daines (Republican Party) > State of Montana
  25. United States Senator Ben Sasse (Republican Party) > State of Nebraska
  26. United States Senator Thom Tillis (Republican Party) > State of North Carolina
  27. United States Senator James Inhofe (Republican Party) > State of Oklahoma
  28. United States Senator Lindsey Graham (Republican Party) > State of South Carolina
  29. United States Senator Mike Rounds (Republican Party) > State of South Dakota
  30. United States Senator Lamar Alexander (Republican Party) > State of Tennessee
  31. United States Senator John Cornyn (Republican Party) > State of Texas
  32. United States Senator Shelley Moore Capito (Republican Party) > State of West Virginia
  33. United States Senator Mike Enzi (Republican Party) > State of Wyoming

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