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SenatorsParty & StatusFormer Senators & Challengers

Alabama
Richard Shelby   Republican Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Jeff Sessions   Republican Jr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Susan Parker   Democrat Challenger 2002
Howell Heflin   Former Democrat Senator

Alaska
Ted Stevens   Republican Sr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Frank Vondersaar   Democrat Challenger 2002
Lisa Murkowski   Republican Jr Senator
Appointed 2003; up for election 2004
Frank Murkowski   Former Senator (became Governor in 2003)

Arizona
John McCain   Republican Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Jon Kyl   Republican Jr Senator Stuart Starky   Democrat Challenger 2000

Arkansas
Mark Pryor   Democrat Jr. Senator Tim Hutchinson   Republican Sr Senator
Lost re-election, 2002
Blanche Lambert Lincoln   Democrat Jr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Dale Bumpers     Former Democrat Senator
David Pryor     Former Democrat Senator

California
Dianne Feinstein   Democrat Sr Senator Rep.Tom Campbell   Republican Challenger 2000
Gail Lightfoot     Libertarian Challenger 2000
Barbara Boxer   Democrat Jr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Former US Treasury Secretary Rosario Marin, 2004 Republican Challenger
Former CA Secretary of State Bill Jones, 2004 Republican Challenger

Colorado
Ben Nighthorse Campbell   Republican Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Rep. Mark Udall     Withdrew from Senate race, Dec. 2003 (running for House)
Hank Brown     Former Republican Senator
Wayne Allard   Republican Jr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Tom Strickland   Democrat Challenger 2002

Connecticut
Chris Dodd   Democrat Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Joseph Lieberman   Democrat Jr Senator Philip Giordano   Republican Challenger 2000
Richard C. Green    Natural Law Challenger 2000

Delaware
Joe Biden   Democrat Sr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Ray Clatworthy   Republican Challenger 2002
Gov.Tom Carper   Democrat Jr Senator William Roth     Former Republican Senator

Florida
Bob Graham   Democrat Sr Senator
Retiring, and ran for President, 2004
Bob Smith     Former NH Republican Senator (lost re-election in primary, 2002; ran for president, 2000)
Rep. Peter Deutsch Democratic challenger 2004
Rep. Bill McCollum
Housing Secretary Mel Martinez (Cabinet Secretary under Pres. Clinton)
Rep. Katherine Harris (Former FL Secretary of State)
Rep.Bill Nelson   Democrat Jr Senator Connie Mack     Former Republican Senator
Rep.Bill McCollum   Republican Challenger 2000
Willie Logan     Independent Challenger 2000

Georgia
Rep. Saxby Chambliss   Republican Jr Senator
Elected 2002
Max Clelands     Former Democrat Senator
Lost re-election, 2002
Zell Miller   Democrat Sr Senator
Retiring 2004
Rep. Johnny Isakson Republican Challenger 2004
Rep. Mac Collins Republican Challenger 2004
Rep. Denise Majette Democratic Challenger 2004
Sen.Mack Mattingly  Republican Challenger 2000
Paul Coverdell     Former Republican Senator
Sam Nunn     Former Democrat Senator

Hawaii
Daniel Akaka   Democrat Jr Senator Eugene Douglass   Republican Challenger
Daniel Inouye   Democrat Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004

Idaho
Larry Craig   Republican Sr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Alan Blinken   Democrat Challenger 2002
Michael Crapo   Republican Jr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Dirk Kempthorne     Former Republican Senator

Illinois
Richard Durbin   Democrat Sr Senator
Re-elected 2002
James Durkin   Republican Challenger 2002
Peter Fitzgerald   Republican Jr Senator
Retiring 2004
Carol Moseley-Braun     Former Democrat Senator
Paul Simon     Former Democrat Senator

Indiana
Richard Lugar   Republican Sr Senator David Johnson   Democrat Challenger 2000
Evan Bayh   Democrat Jr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Daniel Coats     Former Republican Senator

Iowa
Chuck Grassley   Republican Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Tom Harkin   Democrat Jr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Rep. Greg Ganske   GOP Challenger

Kansas
Sam Brownback   Republican Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Nancy Kassebaum     Former Republican Senator
Bob Dole     Former Republican Senator
Pat Roberts   Republican Jr Senator
Re-elected 2002
  (No Democrat Challenger 2002)

Kentucky
Mitch McConnell   Republican Sr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Lois Combs Weinberg   Democrat Challenger 2002
Jim Bunning   Republican Jr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Wendell Ford     Former Democrat Senator

Louisiana
John Breaux   Democrat Sr Senator
Retiring 2004
Rep. David Vitter Republican challenger 2004
Rep. Chris John Democratic challenger 2004
Bennett Johnston     Former Democrat Senator
Mary Landrieu   Democrat Jr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Rep. John Cooksey   GOP Challenger

Maine
Olympia Snowe   Republican Sr Senator William Cohen     Former Republican Senator
Mark Lawrence   Democrat Challenger 2000
Susan Collins   Republican Jr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Chellie Pingree   Democrat Challenger 2002

Maryland
Paul Sarbanes   Democrat Sr Senator Paul Rappaport   Republican Challenger 2000
Barbara Mikulski   Democrat Jr Senator
Up for re-election 2004

Massachusetts
Ted Kennedy   Democrat Sr Senator Jack Robinson   Republican Challenger 2000
Carla Howell     Libertarian Challenger 2000
Philip Lawler     Constitution Challenger 2000
John Kerry   Democrat Jr Senator
Re-elected 2002
  (No Republican Challenger 2002)

Michigan
Carl Levin   Democrat Sr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Andrew "Rocky" Raczkowski   Republican Challenger 2002
Debbie Stabenow   Democrat Jr Senator Spencer Abraham     Former Republican Senator

Minnesota
Norm Coleman   Republican Jr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Paul Wellstone   Democrat Senator
Deceased, 2002
Fritz Mondale   Democratic Challenger 2002
Mark Dayton   Democrat Sr Senator Rod Grams     Former Republican Senator

Mississippi
Thad Cochran   Republican Sr Senator
Re-elected 2002
  (No Democrat Challenger 2002)
Trent Lott   Republican Jr Senator Troy Brown   Democrat Challenger 2000
Jim Giles     Independent Challenger 2000

Missouri
Kit Bond   Republican Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
James Talent   Republican Jr Senator John Ashcroft     Former Republican Senator (lost re-election, 2000)
Jean Carnahan   Former Democratic Senator (lost re-election, 2002)
Mel Carnahan   Democrat Challenger 2000

Montana
Max Baucus   Democrat Sr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Mike Taylor   Republican Challenger 2002
Conrad Burns   Republican Jr Senator Brian Schweitzer  Democrat Challenger 2000

Nebraska
Ben Nelson   Democrat Jr Senator Bob Kerrey     Former Democrat Senator
Jim Exon     Former Democrat Senator
Don Stenberg   Republican Challenger 2000
Chuck Hagel   Republican Sr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Charlie Matulka   Democrat Challenger 2002

Nevada
Harry Reid   Democrat Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Rep. John Ensign   Republican Jr Senator Richard Bryan     Former Democrat Senator
Ed Bernstein   Democrat Challenger 2000

New Hampshire
Rep. John Sununu   Republican Jr Senator
Elected 2002
Gov. Jeanne Shaheen     2002 Democrat challenger
Bob Smith     Former Republican Senator (lost re-election in primary, 2002; ran for president, 2000)
Judd Gregg   Republican Jr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Burt Cohen     2004 Democrat challenger

New Jersey
Frank Lautenberg   Democrat Jr Senator
Elected 2002
Bob Torricelli   Former Democrat Senator (lost re-election 2002)
Douglas Forrester   Republican Challenger 2002
Jon Corzine   Democrat Jr Senator Rep. Robert Franks   Republican Challenger 2000
Frank Lautenberg     Former Democrat Senator
Bill Bradley     Former Democrat Senator

New Mexico
Pete Domenici   Republican Sr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Gloria Tristani   Democrat Challenger 2002
Jeff Bingaman   Democrat Jr Senator William Redmond   Republican Challenger 2000

New York
Charles Schumer   Democrat Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Michael Benjamin     Republican challenger, 2004
Al D'Amato     Former Republican Senator
Hillary Clinton   Democrat Jr Senator Pat Moynihan   Former Democrat Senator
Rep. Rick Lazio   Republican Challenger 2000
Mayor Rudy Giuliani   Republican Challenger 2000
Louis Wein   Constitution Challenger 2000

North Carolina
Elizabeth Dole   Republican Jr Senator
Elected 2002
Jesse Helms     Former Republican Senator (retired 2002)
Erskine Bowles     2002 Democratic candidate
John Edwards   Democrat Jr Senator
Retiring to run for president, 2004
Rep. Richard Burr Republican challenger 2004
Lauch Faircloth     Former Republican Senator

North Dakota
Kent Conrad   Democrat Sr Senator Duane Sand   Republican Challenger 2000
Byron Dorgan   Democrat Jr Senator
Up for re-election 2004

Ohio
George Voinovich   Republican Jr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Mike DeWine   Republican Sr Senator John Glenn     Former Democrat Senator
Ted Celeste   Democrat Challenger 2000
John McAlister     Libertarian Challenger 2000

Oklahoma
Don Nickles   Republican Sr Senator
Retiring 2004
Rep. Brad Carson Democratic challenger 2004
James Inhofe   Republican Jr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Gov. David Walters     Democratic nominee for Senate and former Governor

Oregon
Ron Wyden   Democrat Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Mark Hatfield     Former Republican Senator
Gordon Harold Smith   Republican Jr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Bill Bradbury   Democrat Challenger 2002

Pennsylvania
Arlen Specter   Republican Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Rep. Pat Toomey Republican challenger 2004
Rep. Joseph Hoeffel Democratic challenger 2004
Rick Santorum   Republican Jr Senator Rep.Ron Klink   Democrat Challenger 2000

Rhode Island
Jack Reed   Democrat Sr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Bob Tingle   Republican Challenger 2002
Lincoln Chafee   Republican Jr Senator John Chafee     Former Republican Senator
Claiborne Pell     Former Democrat Senator
Rep.Robert Weygand   Democrat Challenger 2000

South Carolina
Rep.Lindsey Graham   Republican Jr Senator
Retiring 2002
Strom Thurmond   Former Republican Senator (retired 2002)
Alex Sanders   Democrat primary Candidate 2002
Fritz Hollings   Democrat Sr Senator
Retiring 2004
Rep. Jim DeMint Republican challenger 2004

South Dakota
Tom Daschle   Democrat Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Larry Pressler     Former Republican Senator
Tim Johnson   Democrat Jr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Rep. John Thune    GOP challenger

Tennessee
Gov. Lamar Alexander   Republican Jr Senator
Elected 2002
Fred Thompson (Former Republican Senator, retired 2002)
Rep. Ed Bryant (Republican House member)
Rep. Bob Clement (Democratic House member)
Rep. Harold Ford (Democratic House member)
Bill Frist   Republican Sr Senator Jeff Clark   Democrat Challenger 2000
Tom Burrell     Independent Challenger 2000
Charles Johnson     Independent Challenger 2000

Texas
John Cornyn   Republican Jr Senator
Elected 2002
Rep. Ken Bentsen   Democrat primary Challenger 2002
Ron Kirk   Democrat primary Challenger 2002
Phil Gramm   Former Republican Senator (Retired 2002)
Kay Hutchison   Republican Sr Senator Gene Kelley   Democrat Challenger 2000
Mary Ruwart     Libertarian Challenger 2000

Utah
Orrin Hatch   Republican Sr Senator Scott Howell   Democrat Challenger 2000
Jim Dexter     Libertarian Challenger 2000
Robert Bennett   Republican Jr Senator
Up for re-election 2004

Vermont
Patrick Leahy   Democrat Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Jim Jeffords   Democrat Jr Senator
Elected as Republican, 2000
Ed Flanagan   Democrat Challenger

Virginia
John Warner   Republican Sr Senator
Elected 2002
  (No Democrat Challenger 2002)
Gov. George Allen   Republican Jr Senator Charles Robb     Former Democrat Senator

Washington
Patty Murray   Democrat Sr Senator
Up for re-election 2004
Rep. George Nethercutt Republican challenger 2004
Maria Cantwell   Democrat Jr Senator Slade Gorton     Former Republican Senator
Kevin McKeigue     Independent Challenger 2000

West Virginia
Robert Byrd   Democrat Sr Senator
John Rockefeller   Democrat Jr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Jay Wolfe   Republican Challenger 2002

Wisconsin
Herbert Kohl   Democrat Sr Senator John Gillespie   Republican Challenger 2000
Russell Feingold   Democrat Jr Senator
Up for re-election 2004

Wyoming
Craig Thomas   Republican Sr Senator Alan Simpson     Former Republican Senator
Mel Logan   Democrat Challenger 2000
Michael Enzi   Republican Jr Senator
Re-elected 2002
Joyce Jansa Corcoran   Democrat Challenger 2002


                                                                                                                                                                               
  

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