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U.S. Senate election results

LIVE: Party control of the Senate will be decided in January, with two runoffs in Georgia

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Note: Seat colors won't indicate a lead for a candidate until an estimated 35 percent of the vote has been reported there.

Republicans were clinging to a narrow Senate majority after holding seats in Maine, Iowa, South Carolina and Kansas while claiming a Democratic-held seat in Alabama. Democrats defeated a Republican incumbent in Colorado, held the seat in Michigan and were projected to pick up a GOP-held seat in Arizona. Races in North Carolina and Alaska remained uncalled. Both Georgia seats are headed toward a Jan. 5 runoff.

Rankings for every Senate race, based on Cook Political Report

2 Vulnerable Democrat

StateDem.Rep.RPT.
AL39.7%60.1%99%
MI49.9%48.2%99%

12 Vulnerable Republican

StateDem.Rep.RPT.
AK41.2%54.0%98%
AZ51.2%48.8%99%
CO53.5%44.2%98%
GA *47.9%49.7%99%
GA (S) *32.9%25.9%98%
IA45.2%51.8%96%
KS41.8%53.2%>99%
ME42.4%51.0%98%
MT45.0%55.0%99%
NC46.9%48.7%99%
SC44.2%54.5%99%
TX43.9%53.5%99%

* A runoff election between the two leading candidates will be held to determine the winner of this race.

10 Safe Democrat

StateDem.Rep.RPT.
DE59.4%37.9%97%
IL54.9%38.9%97%
MA66.1%33.1%95%
MN48.8%43.5%96%
NH56.7%41.0%95%
NJ57.2%40.9%98%
NM51.7%45.6%99%
OR56.9%39.3%99%
RI66.6%33.4%94%
VA56.0%44.0%96%

11 Safe Republican

StateDem.Rep.RPT.
AR-66.5%98%
ID33.3%62.6%98%
KY38.2%57.8%99%
LA19.0%59.3%96%
MS44.0%54.1%99%
NE25.1%64.6%95%
OK32.8%62.9%99%
SD34.3%65.7%99%
TN35.2%62.1%99%
WV27.0%70.3%97%
WY26.9%73.1%96%

Results by state

By Peter Andringa, Jason Bernert, Lenny Bronner, Madison Dong, Jess Eng, Simon Glenn-Gregg, Shana Hadi, Daniel Hoerauf, Jason Holt, Aditya Jain, Isabelle Lavandero, Emily Liu, Anthony Pesce, Erik Reyna, Ashlyn Still and Susan Tyler

Sources: Edison Research, ProPublica, U.S. Census Bureau, Cook Political Report