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Daniel Inouye (D-HI) and Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), and the early resignation of Coburn, necessitated three special elections that were held with the 33 regular elections on November 4, 2014. Governor Nikki Haley appointed Congressman Tim Scott as DeMint's replacement. Following the successful cloture vote and the Senate subsequently sending a clean continuing resolution back to the House, the two chambers began a high-stakes game of hot potato. The following table shows the margin of victory for each race winner, which is calculated by examining the percentage difference between the top-two vote getters. [252], Six-term incumbent Republican Thad Cochran, re-elected with 62% of the vote in 2008, is running for re-election. The DSCC raised $4.8 million compared to the NRSC's $3.8 million. The DSCC raised $16 million in September, while the NRSC was on their heels with $15.5. [12] Both Louisiana and Georgia were seen as competitive, and both states require a run-off election if no candidate takes a majority of the vote. Der Senat der Vereinigten Staaten (englisch United States Senate) ist neben dem Repräsentantenhaus eine der beiden Kammern des Kongresses der Vereinigten Staaten, eines Zweikammer-Parlaments (Bikameralismus) nach britischer Tradition. The 2014 election cost $3.7 billion. The Republican Party made a net gain of nine U.S. Senate seats in the 2014 elections.[17]. [4] Three other states with Democratic U.S. As of 2020 this is the last time the Republicans won a Senate Election in Colorado. Colored shading indicates party with largest share of that row. The top outside spenders in the 11 most competitive Senate races were the following: In seven races the margin of victory was under 10%. [32], Beginning in August 2013, House and Senate members began discussing the possibility of a government shutdown over the funding of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). If Congress doesn’t like what he’s doing, we can always cut the money off." [3] By December 2013, eight of the twelve incumbent Republicans running for re-election saw Tea Party challenges. Elections to the U.S. Senate were held on November 4, 2014. Three-term incumbent Republican Jim Inhofe had been re-elected with 57% of the vote in 2008. In July 2014, Politico released the highlights from the second quarter 2014 fundraising reports. Senate results for the 2014 midterm elections. Members such as Tim Kaine (D-VA), Bill Nelson (D-FL) and Rand Paul (D-KY) disagreed and continued to push for a vote. Special elections during the preceding Congress, Predicted probability of Republican takeover. Democratic Senator Max Baucus, who had announced he would retire and not seek a seventh term in office, resigned from the Senate in February 2014 in order to accept an appointment as United States Ambassador to China.Democrat John Walsh, the Lieutenant Governor of Montana, who was already running for Baucus' seat when Baucus was named to the ambassadorship, was appointed to replace … [343] On August 19, Enzi won the Republican primary election with 82% of the vote, and Democrat Charlie Hardy, a former Catholic priest, won his party's primary election with 48% of the vote. . Kerry resigned in early 2013 to become U.S. Secretary of State. [265] Baucus was appointed as the United States Ambassador to China, leading him to resign from the Senate in February 2014. His Republican opponent was engineer Kevin Wade,[170] whom Coons went on to defeat in the general election. "[46] Reid backed up that sentiment, saying, "Tomorrow the president is addressing the nation. Additionally, the 2014 open enrollment period was pushed back from the original October 15 start date to November 15, 2014, just after midterm elections. A total of 36 seats in the 100-member U.S. Senate were contested. The DSCC outraised their GOP counterpart, the NRSC, by one million dollars in October 2013. if(document.getElementsByClassName("reference").length==0) if(document.getElementById('Footnotes')!==null) document.getElementById('Footnotes').parentNode.style.display = 'none'; Ballotpedia features 318,400 encyclopedic articles written and curated by our professional staff of editors, writers, and researchers. Going into the elections, 21 of the contested seats were held by the Democratic Party, while 15 were held by the Republican Party. [16] Five of the seven confirmed pickups were in states that voted for Mitt Romney in 2012, but two of the seats that Republicans won represent states that voted for Barack Obama in 2012 (Colorado and Iowa). [324] Rounds won the Republican nomination over state senator Larry Rhoden, state representative Stace Nelson, and physician Annette Bosworth. It would be good to have Congress on board. Seven senators announced they would not for re-election in 2014. [257] Neither McDaniel nor Cochran was able to get 50% of the vote in the first round of the primary, so a runoff election was held June 24. [27], In September 2014, FiveThirtyEight released a new Senate forecasting model. For Republicans to take the majority in the Senate, they needed to take at least six of the 36 seats up for election that were held by Democrats, and retain control of the 15 seats held by Republicans. [194], Three-term incumbent and Senate Majority Whip Democrat Dick Durbin had been re-elected with 68% of the vote in 2008. However, the organization was also carrying $6.2 million in debt. Going into the elections, there were 53 Democratic, 45 Republican and 2 independent senators (both of whom caucus with the Democrats). Avec la chambre basse du Congrès, la Chambre des représentants, il constitue la branche législative du gouvernement fédéral des États-Unis. A deal was reached late on October 16, just hours before the debt ceiling deadline. "*" indicates that the incumbent retired in 2014. In all, there were 36 elections: 33 senators were up for election this year as class 2 Senators, and 3 faced special elections (all from Class 3). Incumbent Republican Senator Susan Collins, who has served in the position since 1997, won reelection to a fourth term in office with 68% of the vote. Click here to contact us for media inquiries, and please donate here to support our continued expansion. Democrats also faced the lower voter turnout that accompanies mid-term elections. Prior to rollout, the administration estimated 500,000 would sign up in the first month. Gov. [127], Five-term incumbent Democrat Jay Rockefeller had been re-elected with 64% of the vote in 2008. The deaths of Sens. [322] Former Congressional aide Rick Weiland was the Democratic nominee. McFadden won the Republican primary and is the Republican nominee in the general election. Three-term incumbent Republican Mike Enzi had been re-elected with 76% of the vote in 2008. Liz Cheney, daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, briefly entered the race for the Republican nomination, but dropped her bid in January 2014. [337], One-term incumbent Democrat Mark Warner had been elected with 65% of the vote in 2008; he sought re-election. The rollout date was met with high demand for the website, both by those seeking insurance and those curious to see how the site worked. One-term incumbent Democrat Kay Hagan had been elected with 53% of the vote against incumbent Republican Elizabeth Dole in 2008. In these general elections, the winners were elected for the term beginning January 3, 2015; ordered by state. [221][222], Three-term incumbent Democrat Mary Landrieu had been re-elected with 52% of the vote in 2008. "[45], Congressional leadership did not want to take quick action, bringing a vote to the floor, with one Republican aide stating, "We want to wait and see what he’s going to say to the four leaders and what he’s going to say to the nation. State Senator Jim Oberweis was the Republican nominee. Risch sought a second term. Three-term incumbent Republican Jeff Sessions had been re-elected with 63% of the vote in 2008. This meant that at least 10 seats would have a different occupant in January 2015. Five incumbent Democratic U.S. [279], One-term incumbent Democrat Jeanne Shaheen had been elected with 52% of the vote in 2008. Because Republican candidate Maness took almost 14% of the votes in the primary, there was a runoff election on December 6, 2014 between Landrieu (42%) and Cassidy (41%). [214], Five-term Republican incumbent and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell had been re-elected with 53% of the vote in 2008. Cornyn sought re-election, and won the 2014 Republican primary with 59% of the vote. [180][181] Other declared Democratic candidates included former State Senator Steen Miles, psychiatrist Branko Radulovacki, and former US Army Ranger Todd Robinson. [11] Due to the closeness of several races, it was initially believed that Senate control might not be decided on election night. [259] McDaniel filed a lawsuit to challenge the results of the run-off, but the challenge was rejected on appeal by the Supreme Court of Mississippi. The 2014 United States Senate election in Alaska took place on November 4, 2014, to elect a member of the United States Senate to represent the State of Alaska, concurrently with the election of the governor of Alaska, as well as other elections to the United States Senate in other states and elections to the United States House of Representatives and various state and local elections. [209] Shawnee County District Attorney Chad Taylor won the Democratic nomination. Sens. One-term incumbent Republican Mike Johanns had been elected with 58% of the vote in 2008. Results by town. ", "Tea partiers line up to tackle GOP senators", "Voter turnout always drops off for midterm elections, but why? Another 79,391 users were able to enroll in the 15 state exchanges, bringing the total enrollment to 106,185 in October. [219][220], Ed Marksberry pursued an independent bid after dropping out of the Democratic field in September 2013. [136][137] Spending on the 2014 Senate elections by outside groups (i.e., organizations other than a candidate's campaign, such as super PACs and "dark money" nonprofit groups) more than doubled from 2010. In addition to the following list, four senators left office early: Max Baucus (D-MA), John Kerry (D-MA), Jim DeMint (R-SC) and Tom Coburn (R-OK). [42], On April 10, 2014, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius resigned from her post as a result of the troubled rollout of Obamacare. They included:[6]. I don’t think the War Powers Act is constitutional. Polls and other factors had led forecasters to predict that the Republicans would win several seats, with most predicting that the party was likely but not certain to win at least the six seats necessary to take control of the Senate. The report stated 26,794 users completed enrollment through the Healthcare.gov federal exchange. "[39], The first official report from the Obama administration was released November 13, 2013, covering October enrollment numbers. [118] On August 7, 2014, Alexander won the Republican nomination over six challengers, including State Representative Joe Carr.[332]. A special election to fill his seat took place in November 2014, concurrent with the other Senate elections. [167] Gaylon Kent was the Libertarian Party nominee. Baucus announced on April 23, 2013 that he would retire in 2014, rather than seek re-election to a seventh term. Republicans won a majority of the U.S. congressional seats up for election in 2014, taking 54 seats while Democrats secured 44. Durbin ran for a fourth term.[197]. [190], Campbell Cavasso, former State Representative and nominee for the U.S. Senate in 2004 and 2010, was the Republican nominee. Two-term Republican Lindsey Graham had been re-elected with 58% of the vote in 2008. Additionally, elections in Republican-held seats in Georgia, Kansas and Kentucky became more competitive as the election neared. Virginia declared Democrat Mark Warner the winner of his race by a narrow margin over Republican Ed Gillespie on November 7, and Alaska declared Dan Sullivan the winner against Democratic incumbent Mark Begich a week later, on November 12. [320], Three-term incumbent Democrat Tim Johnson had been re-elected with 63% of the vote in 2008. According to an April 2013 Politico report, incumbent Democrats in red states raised "millions" in the first three months of 2013. Who ended up with majority control of the U.S. Senate? One-term incumbent Democrat Mark Begich had been first elected with 48% of the vote in 2008, defeating six-term Senator Ted Stevens by 3,953 votes (a margin of 1.25%). Er hatte es ab 2014 ebenfalls mit einem republikanischen Senat zu tun – unter einem Mehrheitsführer Mitch McConnell. The deadline to complete the application was moved from December 15 to December 23, 2013. Richland County Councilwoman Joyce Dickerson won the Democratic nomination. [286][287], Newark Mayor Cory Booker, a Democrat, defeated Republican nominee Steve Lonegan by 55%-to-45% in a 2013 special election to replace interim Republican appointee Jeffrey Chiesa. With Republican candidates winning only eight seats, this was the worst performance by a major party since the 1950s.[5]. Incumbent appointee withdrew from nomination. Incumbent resigned, effective January 3, 2015. Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) drafted a proposal that would have addressed both the budget shutdown, through the repeal of the medical device tax, and a plan to increase the debt ceiling through January 2014. In April, the DSCC ended the month with $25 million on hand, while the NRSC had $21.9 million in the bank. And I think most people feel that way. [12] In the final months of the race, polls showed them with viable chances of winning, leading some analysts to speculate on the possibility of an "Independent caucus" that could also include Maine Senator Angus King and possibly Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. At that time, the DSCC had raised $14 million more than the NRSC, a total of $43.5 million raised. With a total net gain of nine seats, the Republicans made the largest Senate gain by any party since 1980. Senators Carl Levin, Debbie Stabenow endorse Gary Peters in 2014 U.S. Senate election", "Republican Terri Lynn Land joins U.S. Senate race", "Official Election Results Primary Election August 5, 2014", "Judges' 'three votes' give Al Franken convincing win in Senate recount trial", "Franken creates potent fundraising machine in advance of re-election bid", "State Rep. Abeler running for US Senate", "St. Louis County commissioner announces run for U.S. Senate", "Monti Moreno enters Senate race, without musket", "GOP state senator Ortman to announce plans for US Senate race at weekend event", "GOP Senate candidates face-off in tea party forum", "Businessman Mike McFadden wins Minnesota's GOP Senate primary; takes on Al Franken in November", "Ron Paul backer announces Minn. Senate bid as Independence Party candidate", "Statewide Results for U.S. They had needed a net gain of at least six seats to obtain a majority. [204], Doug Butzier, who was the Libertarian Party's nominee, died in a plane crash on October 13, 2014, but still appeared on the ballot. "[47], While some members in tighter re-election campaigns were wary of a vote prior to the November elections, Rep. Jim McGovern (D-MA) came out strongly in favor of the vote, even going so far as threatening to use a procedural workaround if Republican Majority Leader John Boehner did not put a vote on the calendar. Enzi sought re-election. David Alameel, a dentist, and Kesha Rogers, a volunteer for The Lyndon LaRouche Policy Institute, faced each other in a run-off election for the Democratic nomination. [2], Republicans had lost ground in the 2012 elections, leading to an internal fight among the Republican leadership over the best strategies and tactics for the 2014 Senate races. A competiti… [235] Governor Deval Patrick appointed Democrat Mo Cowan to the seat. Includes Midterm Races for Senate, House, Governor and Key Ballot Measures. I’m responsible. A runoff in Louisiana took place on December 6, however, it did not decide the control of the Senate. Interestingly, a Georgia runoff would have been held on January 6, three days after the 114th Congress is sworn in.[2]. Senators were selected by state legislatures. Die Bezeichnung leitet sich vom Römischen Senat ab, der Sitz befindet sich im Nordflügel des Kapitols in Washington, D.C. [277][278] In the May 13 primary, Sasse won the Republican nomination. Three term Democratic Representative Gary Peters of MI-14 was the Democratic nominee. Poll aggregation website FiveThirtyEight gave the Republican Party a 60% chance of taking control of the Senate as of September 28. [158] Begich was 52 years old in 2014 and was seeking re-election to a second term. The vote was 66-27, with 25 of the 27 nay votes being from Republicans. [217][218] Actress Ashley Judd publicly claimed to be considering a run for the Democratic nomination, but ultimately decided against it. The Republicans also picked up another 4 open seats in Iowa, Montana, South Dakota and West Virginia. Senate Primary Headed to a Runoff", "Thad Cochran Defeats Tea Party-Backed Challenger in Mississippi GOP Senate Runoff", "Mississippi Supreme Court rejects McDaniel Senate primary challenge", "Montana's Max Baucus To Retire; Republicans Eye 2014 Chances", "Max Baucus confirmed as U.S. ambassador to China", "Montana gov taps John Walsh to replace Baucus in Senate", "Rep. Amanda Curtis: Women's rights, labor activist", "Montana GOP congressman announces US Senate bid", "2014 Statewide Montana Primary Election Canvas", "Amanda Curtis wins Montana Democratic nomination to U.S. Senate", "Montana Secretary of State 2014 General Election", "Sen. Mike Johanns Of Nebraska To Retire In 2014", "Neb. Democrat Victor Sanchez Williams ran against Sessions as a write-in candidate. The seven included in the list were: Alaska, Arkansas, Iowa, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Dakota and West Virginia. Landrieu ran for a fourth term. [267] Former Lieutenant Governor John Bohlinger was defeated by Walsh in the Democratic primary. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Carl Levin (D-MI) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) each stated on September 8, 2014, that gaining congressional approval was not necessary for the actions taken by President Barack Obama, with Levin claiming, "I think the president has an abundant amount of authority to conduct operations. [51], Boise attorney Nels Mitchell was the Democratic nominee. [10], The DSCC had its strongest second quarter in organization history, raising $21.7 million during the quarter. Democrat Chris Coons won in the 2010 United States Senate special election in Delaware caused by Joe Biden's election as Vice President, winning by a 57% to 41% margin. The small business program delay did not impact states with state-run exchanges. He announced on January 11, 2013 that he would not seek re-election to a sixth term. On average, Democrats won closer races than Republicans. After Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) gave a marathon speech, the motion for cloture was accepted and Reid was able to strip the Obamacare defunding language contained in the Republican House members' continuing resolution (CR). All eyes were on which party would control the U.S. Senate in 2015. [27], Additionally, Democrats were predicted to suffer from a lower voter turnout of their base due to the fact that 2014 was a midterm election and President Obama would not be on the ballot. There were seven possible designations:[15], According to an analysis by Nate Silver, previously of The New York Times and now at his own blog FiveThirtyEight, Democrats had a tough road ahead of them in the U.S. Senate in 2014. [27], Silver's March 2014 ratings predicted that Republicans would pick-up the six seats needed to control the Senate.[27]. Isakson (R-GA), Graham (R-SC), Alexander (R-TN) and Burr (R-NC) in August 2013 with two weeks of radio ads designed to push Senate Republicans to support Utah's Mike Lee (Utah)'s effort to defund Obamacare. [43], The Senate Conservative Fund targeted Sens. How he lays out his strategy will determine how our guys and members of Congress respond. And when I read the newspapers, we're talking about a multi-year commitment. On November 4, 2014, Alexander faced Democratic nominee Gordon Ball, Libertarian Party nominee Joshua James,[333] Constitution Party nominee Joe Wilmothm, and independent Danny Page[333] also ran in the general election. For a majority, Republicans needed at least 51 seats. [9] The candidates highlighted in the article were: Both the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) and the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) work to elect candidates from their respective parties to the U.S. Senate. [49] According to analysis by OpenSecrets.org, many of these Democratic members received significant political contributions from agricultural organizations that benefit from crop insurance subsidies. Hagan was seeking re-election. This was the organization's best off-year October in their history. Collins explained, "I’m hearing from many Democrats that if there were a way to deal somehow with the debt limit as well as part of this plan that that would be helpful. [282], Incumbent Democrat Frank Lautenberg had been re-elected with 56% of the vote in 2008. Combined with the pick-ups of open seats in Iowa, Montana, South Dakota, and West Virginia, the Republicans made a net gain of 7 seats before the end of the night. They reported $11.1 million cash on hand. In 2012, the Democratic Party retained control over the chamber, winning 25 of the 33 seats. On September 20, Republicans passed a spending bill in the House that funded the government until December 2013, but stripped funding from Obamacare. Trial lawyer David Domina was the Democratic nominee. Six-term incumbent Senator and Chairman of the Armed Services Committee Democrat Carl Levin, the longest-serving senator in Michigan's history, had been re-elected with 63% of the vote in 2008. Ed Gillespie, former RNC Chairman and presidential adviser, ran for the Republican nomination. [4] However, Republican incumbents won every primary challenge. This list includes John Walsh of Montana who was appointed to the Senate in February 2014, but decided against seeking a full-term. [288] Booker ran for re-election in 2014. He did not seek a second term. [305][306] State Senator Connie Johnson was the Democratic nominee. On November 26, 2012, Republican Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito announced her plans to run for the seat, in hopes of becoming the first Republican Senator elected from West Virginia since 1956. [81], Six-term incumbent Democrat Max Baucus, the longest-serving senator in Montana's history, had been re-elected with 73% of the vote in 2008. This may have been problematic for Democratic senators who voted in favor of the bill in states where it was no longer popular. Congressman Cory Gardner of Colorado's 4th congressional district was the Republican nominee; his late entry into the race caused numerous Republicans to withdraw their candidacies. Seven senators announced they would not be running for re-election, while four U.S. [189] Schatz defeated Hanabusa in the primary with 48.5% to 47.8%. Fat chance, he says", "Independent Angus King Will Continue To Caucus With Senate Democrats", "Federal/State/County Candidates 2014 Primary Election", "Oklahoma House Speaker T.W. Two independent candidates (in Kansas and South Dakota[13]) refused to commit to caucusing with either party. [5] Although Democrats saw some opportunities for pickups, the combination of Democratic retirements and numerous Democratic seats up for election in swing states and red states gave Republicans hopes of taking control of the Senate. [7] The candidates highlighted in the article were: An August 2013 Politico report reported that the 27 incumbents running for re-election in 2014 had together raised about $125 million by the end of June 2013. Additionally, three special elections were held to fill vacancies that occurred in the 113th Congress (Hawaii, South Carolina and Oklahoma). [325], Former Republican U.S. The two Democratic senators to vote against the bill were Jack Reed (RI) and Sheldon Whitehouse (RI), The comprehensive bill failed in the House due largely in part to the votes of eight Democratic House members who joined the Republican majority to vote down the measure. [185] Hawaii law allows the Governor of Hawaii, to appoint an interim Senator "who serves until the next regularly-scheduled general election, chosen from a list of three prospective appointees that the prior incumbent's political party submits". Senators were up for re-election in 2014 (Alaska, Arkansas and North Carolina) were generally considered to have GOP-leaning electorates. Republicans defeated three incumbent Democrats, a task the party had not accomplished since the 1980 election. One-term incumbent Democrat Tom Udall had been elected with 61% of the vote in 2008. Graham won the Republican nomination over a field that included state senator Lee Bright. Five-term incumbent Democrat Tom Harkin had been re-elected with 63% of the vote in 2008. Freshman Representative Tom Cotton of Arkansas's 4th congressional district was the Republican nominee. In the 10 competitive races for which data was available, outside groups accounted for 47% of spending, candidates accounted for 41% of spending, and parties accounted for 12% of spending. [266], Following Baucus's confirmation as ambassador, Governor Steve Bullock appointed the Lieutenant Governor John Walsh to fill the vacant senate seat. [328][329], Two-term incumbent Republican Lamar Alexander had been re-elected with 65% of the vote in 2008. With races in Georgia and Louisiana tightening up, it was possible that one or both of those races could have been the deciding seats for the majority. Shaheen ran for re-election. 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The 2014 United States Senate election in Louisiana was held on November 4, 2014, to elect a member of the United States Senate to represent the State of Louisiana. Robert Sarvis, the Libertarian nominee for Governor in 2013, also ran.

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