US Senate Elections 2002

Senate elections in the United States are staggered with approximately one-third of the chamber being chosen every two years. Senators serve six-year terms.

There are 32 Senate contests in 2002.

There are 13 seats held by Democrats and 19 by Republicans.

No.
State
Incumbent
Party
1
Alabama
Jeff Sessions
Rep
2
Alaska
Ted Stevens
Rep
3
Arkansas
Tim Hutchinson
Rep
4
Colorado
Wayne Allard
Rep
5
Delaware
Joseph Biden
Dem
6
Georgia
Max Cleland
Dem
7
Idaho
Larry Craig
Rep
8
Illinois
Richard Durbin
Dem
9
Iowa
Tom Harkin
Dem
10
Kansas
Pat Roberts
Rep
11
Kentucky
Mitch McConnell
Rep
12
Louisiana
Mary Landrieu
Dem
13
Maine
Susan Collins
Rep
14
Massachusetts
John Kerry
Dem
15
Michigan
Carl Levin
Dem
16
Minnesota
Paul Wellstone
Dem
17
Mississippi
Thad Cochran
Rep
18
Montana
Max Baucua
Dem
19
Nebraska
Chuck Hagel
Rep
20
New Hampshire
Bob Smith
Rep
21
New Jersey
Robert Torricelli
Dem
22
New Mexico
Pete Domenici
Rep
23
North Carolina
Jesse Helms
Rep
24
Oklahoma
James Inhofe
Rep
25
Oregon
Gordon Smith
Rep
26
Rhode Island
Jack Reed
Dem
27
South Carolina
Strom Thurmond
Rep
28
South Dakota
Tim Johnson
Dem
29
Tennessee
Fred Thompson
Rep
30
Virginia
John Warner
Rep
31
West Virginia
Jay Rockefeller
Dem
32
Wyoming
Mike Enzi
Rep

 

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