SENATE

2012 Senate Race Ratings

Nov 1, 2012
PDF Document
RATINGS SUMMARY
2020 Results

Senate Democrats had a net gain of three seats.
The current Senate breakdown is 50 Democrats,
50 Republicans.

50

50

SENATE SEATS

Includes seats not up for re-election. Control of Senate marked at 50 seats.

Democrat Republican

6

44

18

32

SOLID SEATS

D - 8
R - 5
Click on bars to see solid seats breakdown

LIKELY/LEAN SEATS

D - 9
R - 1
 

Toss Up or Worse

D - 4
R - 5
 

Currently, Democrats control 48 seats. Republicans control 50 seats.

44 Democrat-controlled seats and 18 Republican-controlled seats are up for election.

There are 2 Independent seats. 4are up for re-election. These seats caucus with Democrats.

SENATE SEATS

Only seats up for re-election (66).

Solid Democrat Solid Republican

8

4

5

10

1

5

Likely : These seats are not considered competitive at this point, but have the potential to become engaged.

Lean : These are considered competitive races, but one party has an advantage.

Toss Up : These are the most competitive; either party has a good chance of winning.

Republicans | 10 Held Seats

SOLID D

LIKELY D

LEAN R

LIKELY R