Results Of 2020′s Most Important Senate Races: Live Updates


All eyes were on "the other election" this year.

With 35 Senate seats up for election in the 100-member chamber, apart from the Presidential election, the party who won the Senate majority was the biggest question of the 2020 election year.

Republicans won the majority in 2014 and held a 53-47 advantage in the Senate going into the 2020 election. However, this year brought Democrats’ first real chance to take it back.

The GOP had to defend 23 seats this year. While Democrats had to defend 12 and needed to flip a net three seats if Joe Biden won or four seats if he lost, leaving a possibility of a high-stakes fight for two years of Senate control down to one or two Senate races.

Keep scrolling to see the results from the most important Senate races in the 2020 election.

UPDATED: 4:30 p.m. ET, Friday (November 6)

Alabama

Doug Jones (D-inc.)

Tommy Tuberville (R)

Result: Tommy Tuberville won

Arizona

Martha McSally (R-inc.)

Mark Kelly (D)

Result: Mark Kelly won

Colorado

Cory Gardner (R-inc.)

John Hickenlooper (D)

Result: John Hickenlooper won

Georgia (regular election)

David Perdue (R-inc.)

Jon Ossoff (D)

Result: Runoff election will be scheduled

Georgia (special election)

Kelly Loeffler (R-inc.)

Doug Collins (R)

Raphael Warnock (D)

Result: Raphael Warnock will face Sen. Kelly Loeffler in a runoff election in January, as no candidate passed necessary 50% threshold needed to win.

Iowa

Joni Ernst (R-inc.)

Theresa Greenfield (D)

Result: Joni Ernst won

Maine

Susan Collins (R-inc.)

Sara Gideon (D)

Result: Susan Collins won

Michigan

Gary Peters (D-inc.)

John James (R)

Result: Gary Peters won

Montana

Steven Daines (R-inc.)

Steve Bullock (D)

Result: Steven Daines won

North Carolina

Thom Tillis (R-inc.)

Cal Cunningham (D)

Texas

John Cornyn (R-inc.)

MJ Hegar (D)

Result: John Cornyn won

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