List of U.S. state senators

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This is a list of U.S. state senators.


Summary[edit]

State Legislatures
State Total Legislators Upper House Control Lower House Control
 Alabama 140 35 Republican 27-8 105 Republican 77-28
 Alaska 60 20 Republican 13-7 40 Republican 23-15-2
 Arizona 90 30 Republican 17-13 60 Republican 31-29
 Arkansas 135 35 Republican 26-9 100 Republican 76-24
 California 120 40 Democratic 29-11 80 Democratic 61-19
 Colorado 100 35 Democratic 19-16 65 Democratic 41-24
 Connecticut 187 36 Democratic 22-14 151 Democratic 91-60
 Delaware 62 21 Democratic 12-9 41 Democratic 26-15
 Florida 160 40 Republican 23-17 120 Republican 73-47
 Georgia 236 56 Republican 35-21 180 Republican 103-75-2
 Hawaii 76 25 Democratic 24-1 51 Democratic 46-5
 Idaho 105 35 Republican 28-7 70 Republican 56-14
 Illinois 177 59 Democratic 40-19 118 Democratic 74-44
 Indiana 150 50 Republican 40-10 100 Republican 67-33
 Iowa 150 50 Republican 32-18 100 Republican 53-47
 Kansas 165 40 Republican 28-11-1 125 Republican 84-41
 Kentucky 138 38 Republican 29-9 100 Republican 61-39
 Louisiana 144 39 Republican 25-14 105 Republican 62-39-4
 Maine 186 35 Democratic 21-14 151 Democratic 89-56-6
 Maryland 188 47 Democratic 32-15 141 Democratic 99-42
 Massachusetts 200 40 Democratic 34-6 160 Democratic 127-32-1
 Michigan 148 38 Republican 22-16 110 Republican 58-52
 Minnesota [A] 201 67 Republican 35-32 134 Democratic 75-59
 Mississippi 174 52 Republican 33-19 122 Republican 72-46-4
 Missouri 197 34 Republican 24-10 163 Republican 114-46-3
 Montana 150 50 Republican 30-20 100 Republican 58-42
 Nebraska [B] 49 49 Republican 30-18-1 N/A N/A
 Nevada 63 21 Democratic 13-8 42 Democratic 29-13
 New Hampshire 424 24 Democratic 14-10 400 Democratic 233-166-1
 New Jersey 120 40 Democratic 26-14 80 Democratic 54-26
 New Mexico 112 42 Democratic 26-16 70 Democratic 46-24
 New York 213 63 Democratic 40-22-1 150 Democratic 106-43-1
 North Carolina 170 50 Republican 29-21 120 Republican 65-55
  North Dakota 141 47 Republican 37-10 94 Republican 79-15
 Ohio 132 33 Republican 24-9 99 Republican 61-38
 Oklahoma 149 48 Republican 39-9 101 Republican 77-24
 Oregon 90 30 Democratic 18-12 60 Democratic 38-22
 Pennsylvania 253 50 Republican 28-22 203 Republican 110-93
 Rhode Island 113 38 Democratic 33-5 75 Democratic 66-9
 South Carolina 170 46 Republican 27-19 124 Republican 80-44
 South Dakota 105 35 Republican 30-5 70 Republican 59-11
 Tennessee 132 33 Republican 28-5 99 Republican 73-26
 Texas 181 31 Republican 19-12 150 Republican 83-67
 Utah 104 29 Republican 23-6 75 Republican 59-16
 Vermont 180 30 Democratic 22-6-2 150 Democratic 95-43-12
 Virginia 140 40 Republican 21-19 100 Republican 51-49
 Washington 147 49 Democratic 28-20-1 98 Democratic 57-41
 West Virginia 134 34 Republican 20-14 100 Republican 59-41
 Wisconsin 132 33 Republican 19-14 99 Republican 63-36
 Wyoming 90 30 Republican 27-3 60 Republican 50-9-1
Total: 7,383 1,972 Republican 32-18 5,411 Republican 30-19
Average: 148 39 110
Notes
  1. ^ Currently, the Minnesota Legislature is the only state legislature in the United States in which the upper house and the lower house are controlled by different parties.
  2. ^ Nebraska is the only state in the United States with a unicameral legislature. When Nebraska switched to a unicameral legislature in 1937, the lower house (the Nebraska House of Representatives) was abolished. All current Nebraskan legislators are referred to as "senators", as the pre-1937 upper house, the Nebraska Senate, was the retained house. Currently, the state's legislature is formally known as the Nebraska Legislature and is often referred to as "the Unicameral".

Superlatives[edit]

From the 50 state legislatures in the United States, the following superlatives emerge:

Alabama[edit]

Alaska[edit]

Arizona[edit]

Arkansas[edit]

California[edit]

Colorado[edit]

Connecticut[edit]

Delaware[edit]

Florida[edit]

Georgia[edit]

Hawaii[edit]

Idaho[edit]

Illinois[edit]

Indiana[edit]

Iowa[edit]

Kansas[edit]

Kentucky[edit]

Louisiana[edit]

Maine[edit]

Maryland[edit]

Massachusetts[edit]

Michigan[edit]

Minnesota[edit]

Mississippi[edit]

Missouri[edit]

Montana[edit]

Nebraska[edit]

Nevada[edit]

New Hampshire[edit]

New Jersey[edit]

New Mexico[edit]

New York[edit]

North Carolina[edit]

North Dakota[edit]

Ohio[edit]

Oklahoma[edit]

Oregon[edit]

Pennsylvania[edit]

Rhode Island[edit]

South Carolina[edit]

South Dakota[edit]

Tennessee[edit]

Texas[edit]

Utah[edit]

Vermont[edit]

Virginia[edit]

Washington[edit]

West Virginia[edit]

Wisconsin[edit]

Wyoming[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

  • "Partisan Composition of State Legislatures". Ballotpedia.