2012 U.S. Senate Election Results

51 seats needed for majority

  • Democrats

  •  remaining    independents

  • Republicans

Democrats not up for election

Republicans not up for election

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Tossup states

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to win narrowly

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to win easily

Last updated on Nov. 19.
Full certified AP results
not available until January.

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*A state or county must have at least 10 percent of precincts reporting for a candidate to be considered leading.

(i) = Incumbent

CREDIT: Wilson Andrews, Jason Bartz and Serdar Tumgoren - The Washington Post.

SOURCE: AP. Map powered by Leaflet.

2012 U.S. Senate election projections map archived here.