U.S. Senate Seats up for Reelection in 2020

It’s 2020 vision time.

The U.S. Senate elections will be held on November 3, 2020. Thirty-five of the 100 Senate seats are up for reelection.

The GOP will have to defend more Senate seats than Democrats.

The winners of those seats will serve a six-year term from January 3, 2021, until January 3, 2027.

As of now, there will be 23 Republican Senate seats on the line, while Democrats will only need to protect 12 seats. The time to start organizing is now.

There are a total of 535 Members of Congress. 100 serve in the U.S. Senate, and 435 serve in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Each state sends two Senators to represent their state in the U.S. Senate. In the Senate, the majority has the power to schedule when various bills come to the floor for voting, but a single Senator can slow legislation from coming to the floor for a vote.

Since debate in the Senate is not concluded until 60 Senators vote for a cloture motion to approve a bill for consideration, the majority must also coordinate with the minority party to set the rules for debate on legislation.

Under this system, legislation can be debated for one or two weeks on the Senate floor alone.

The current average age of all 100 Senators: 62

Elections to the Senate are staggered over even years so that only about 1/3 of the Senate is up for reelection during any election.

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Below are the 35 Senate seats up for reelection in 2020 in alphabetical order by political party and state.

Democrats up for reelection in 2020:

Alabama: Doug Jones – Current age: 64

Delaware: Chris Coons – Current age: 54

Illinois: Dick Durbin – Current age: 73

Massachusetts: Ed Markey – Current age: 71

Michigan: Gary Peters – Current age: 59

Minnesota: Tina Smith – Current age: 60

New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen – Current age: 71

New Jersey: Cory Booker – Current age: 48

New Mexico: Tom Udall (Retiring) Current age: 69

Oregon: Jeff Merkley – Current age: 61

Rhode Island: Jack Reed – Current age: 68

Virginia: Mark Warner – Current age: 63

Republicans up for reelection in 2020:

Alaska: Dan Sullivan – Current age: 53

Arizona: Martha McSally – Current age: 52

Arkansas: Tom Cotton – Current age: 40

Colorado: Cory Gardner – Current age: 43

Georgia: David Perdue – Current age: 68

Georgia: Kelly Loeffler (replaced Johnny Isakson) – Current age: 49

Idaho: James Risch – Current age: 74

Iowa: Joni Ernst – Current age: 47

Kansas: Pat Roberts (Retiring) Current age: 81

Kentucky: Mitch McConnell – Current age: 75

Louisiana: Bill Cassidy – Current age: 60

Maine: Susan Collins – Current age: 66

Mississippi: Cindy Hyde-Smith – Current age: 59

Montana: Steve Daines  – Current age: 55

Nebraska: Ben Sasse – Current age: 45

North Carolina: Thom Tillis – Current age: 57

Oklahoma: Jim Inhofe – Current age: 83

South Carolina: Lindsey Graham – Current age: 63

South Dakota: Mike Rounds – Current age: 63

Tennessee: Lamar Alexander (Retiring) Current age: 77

Texas: John Cornyn – Current age: 65

West Virginia: Shelley Moore Capito – Current age: 64

Wyoming: Mike Enzi (Retiring) Current age: 73

Democrats up for reelection in 2022:

California: Kamala Harris – Current age: 53

Colorado: Michael Bennet – Current age: 53

Connecticut: Richard Blumenthal – Current age: 71

Hawaii: Brian Schatz – Current age: 45

Illinois: Tammy Duckworth – Current age: 49

Maryland: Chris Van Hollen – Current age: 59

Nevada: Catherine Cortez Masto – Current age: 53

New Hampshire: Maggie Hassan – Current age: 59

New York: Chuck Schumer – Current age: 67

Oregon: Ron Wyden – Current age: 68

Vermont: Patrick Leahy – Current age: 77

Washington: Patty Murray – Current age: 67

Republicans up for reelection in 2022:

Alabama: Richard Shelby – Current age: 83

Alaska: Lisa Murkowski – Current age: 60

Arkansas: John Boozman – Current age: 67

Florida: Marco Rubio – Current age: 46

Georgia: Kelly Loeffler (appointed in 2019 to replace retired Johnny Isakson) – Current age: 49

Idaho: Mike Crapo – Current age: 66

Indiana: Todd Young – Current age: 45

Iowa: Chuck Grassley – Current age: 84

Kansas: Jerry Moran – Current age: 63

Kentucky: Rand Paul – Current age: 55

Louisiana: John N. Kennedy – Current age: 66

Missouri: Roy Blunt – Current age: 68

North Carolina: Richard Burr (Retiring) Current age: 62

North Dakota:  John Hoeven – Current age: 60

Ohio: Rob Portman – Current age: 62

Oklahoma: James Lankford – Current age: 49

Pennsylvania: Pat Toomey  – Current age: 56

South Carolina: Tim Scott  – Current age: 52

South Dakota: John Thune – Current age: 57

Utah: Mike Lee – Current age: 46

Wisconsin: Ron Johnson (Retiring) Current age: 62

Democrats up for reelection in 2024:

Arizona: Kyrsten Sinema – Current age: 42

California: Dianne Feinstein – Current age: 84

Connecticut: Chris Murphy – Current age: 44

Delaware: Tom Carper – Current age: 71

Hawaii: Mazie Hirono – Current age: 70

Maryland: Ben Cardin – Current age: 74

Massachusetts: Elizabeth Warren – Current age: 68

Michigan: Debbie Stabenow –  Current age: 67

Minnesota: Amy Klobuchar – Current age: 57

Montana: Jon Tester – Current age: 61

Nevada: Jacky Rosen – Current age: 61

New Jersey: Bob Menendez – Current age: 64

New Mexico: Martin Heinrich – Current age: 46

New York: Kirsten Gillibrand – Current age: 51

Ohio: Sherrod Brown – Current age: 65

Pennsylvania: Bob Casey Jr. – Current age: 57

Rhode Island: Sheldon Whitehouse – Current age: 62

Virginia: Tim Kaine – Current age: 59

Washington: Maria Cantwell – Current age: 59

West Virginia: Joe Manchin – Current age: 70

Wisconsin: Tammy Baldwin – Current age: 55

Independents up for reelection in 2024:

Maine: Angus King (Retiring) Current age: 73

Vermont: Bernie Sanders – Current age:76

Republicans up for reelection in 2024:

Florida: Rick Scott – Current age: 66

Indiana: Mike Braun – Current age: 64

Mississippi: Roger Wicker – Current age: 66

Missouri: Josh Hawley – Current age: 39

Nebraska: Deb Fischer – Current age: 66

North Dakota: Kevin Cramer – Current age: 57

Tennessee: Marsha Blackburn – Current age: 66

Texas: Ted Cruz – Current age: 47

Utah: Mitt Romney – Current age: 72

Wyoming: John Barrasso – Current age: 65

6 thoughts on “U.S. Senate Seats up for Reelection in 2020

  1. To whom or what organization should I donate to have Rand Paul voted out as Senator? To whom or what organization do I donate to have Mitch McConnell voted out as Senator?

    1. Act Blue is supporting Democratic candidates. Donations to them can be used for any of the candidates you choose. Donating to the Democratic candidates that are running against these 2 senators is money well spent.+

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