The Senate Majority PAC is one of the party-aligned groups working toward getting Democrats elected to the Senate. It had a total of $67 million in the general election as of Nov. 6.

The super PAC spent money on eight Senate races in the general election. One candidate won, six lost, and the New Hampshire Senate race, in which it backed Gov. Maggie Hassan, is still to be determined. Here’s how the candidates fared:

  • Katie McGinty (Pa.), running to replace Patrick J. Toomey: lose
  • Deborah Ross (N.C.), running to replace Richard Burr: lose
  • Evan Bayh (Ind.), running to replace Daniel Coats: lose
  • Catherine Cortez Masto (Nev.), running to replace Harry Reid: win
  • Patrick Murphy (Fla.), running to replace Marco Rubio: lose
  • Jason Kander (Mo.), running to replace Roy Blunt: lose
  • Ted Strickland (Ohio), running to replace Rob Portman: lose