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2018 Senate Elections


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2018 US Senate Elections  

12 members have voted

  1. 1. Arizona

    • Martha McSally (Republican)
    • Deedra Abboud (Democratic)
    • Angela Green (Green)
      0
    • Write-in
  2. 2. California

    • Kevin D. Leon (Democratic)
    • James P. Bradley (Republican)
  3. 3. Connecticut

    • Chris Murphy (Democratic)
    • Matthew Corey (Republican)
    • Richard Lion (Libertarian)
    • Jeff Russell (Green)
      0
    • Write-in
      0
  4. 4. Delaware

    • Tom Carper (Democratic)
    • Rob Arlett (Republican)
    • Demitri Theodoropoulos (Green)
    • Nadine Frost (Libertarian)
  5. 5. Florida

    • Rick Scott (Republican)
    • Bill Nelson (Democratic)
    • Write-in
  6. 6. Hawaii

    • Mazie Hirono (Democratic)
    • Rocky De La Fuente (Republican)
  7. 7. Indiana

    • Joe Donnelly (Democratic)
    • Luke Messer (Republican)
    • Lucy Brenton (Libertarian)
    • Write-in
      0
  8. 8. Maine

    • Angus King (Independent)
    • Eric Brakey (Republican)
    • Zack Ringelstein (Democratic)
    • Write-in
  9. 9. Maryland

    • Chelsea Manning (Democratic)
    • Tony Campbell (Republican)
    • Neal Simon (Independent)
    • Arvin Vohra (Libertarian)
      0
    • Write-in
      0
  10. 10. Massachusetts

    • Elizabeth Warren (Democratic)
    • Geoff Diehl (Republican)
    • Shiva Ayyadurai (Independent)
    • Write-in
  11. 11. Michigan

    • Debbie Stabenow (Democratic)
    • John James (Republican)
    • Marcia Squier (Green)
      0
    • George Huffman III (U. S. Taxpayers)
      0
    • John Howard Wilhelm (Natural Law)
      0
    • Write-in
  12. 12. Minnesota

    • Amy Klobuchar (Democratic-Farmer-Labor)
    • Jim Newberger (Republican)
    • Dennis Schuller (Legal Marijuana Now)
    • Paula M. Overby (Green)
    • Write-in
      0
  13. 13. Minnesota Special

    • Tina Smith (Democratic-Farmer-Labor)
    • Karin Housley (Republican)
    • Sarah Wellington (Legal Marijuana Now)
    • Jerry Trooien (Independent)
    • Write-in
      0
  14. 14. Mississippi

    • Roger Wicker (Republican)
    • Victor G. Maurice Jr. (Democratic)
    • Danny Bedwell (Libertarian)
    • Shawn O'Hara (Reform)
      0
  15. 15. Mississippi Special

    • Mike Espy
    • Chris McDaniel
  16. 16. Missouri

    • Austin Petersen (Republican)
    • Claire McCaskill (Democratic)
    • Craig O'Dear (Independent)
      0
    • Japheth Campbell (Libertarian)
      0
    • Jo Crain (Green)
    • Write-in
      0
  17. 17. Montana

    • Jon Tester (Democratic)
    • Matt Rosendale (Republican)
    • Rick Breckenridge (Libertarian)
  18. 18. Nebraska

    • Deb Fischer (Republican)
    • Jane Raybould (Democratic)
    • Jim Schultz (Libertarian)
    • Write-in
      0
  19. 19. Nevada

    • Jacky Rosen (Democratic)
    • Dean Heller (Republican)
    • Barry Michaels (Independent)
      0
    • Tim Hagan (Libertarian)
    • Kamau A. Bakari (Constitution)
      0
    • None of These Candidates
  20. 20. New Jersey

    • Lisa McCormick (Democratic)
    • Bob Hugin (Republican)
    • Madleyn R. Hoffman (Green)
      0
    • Murray Sabrin (Libertarian)
    • Natalie Lynn Rivera (For the People)
      0
    • Tricia Flanagan (New Day NJ Party)
      0
    • Kevin Kimple (Make it Simple Party)
      0
    • Hank Schroeder (Economic Growth Party)
  21. 21. New Mexico

    • Martin Heinrich (Democratic)
    • Mark Rich (Republican)
    • Gary Johnson (Libertarian)
  22. 22. New York

    • Kirsten Gillibrand (Democratic, Working Families, Independence, Women's Equality)
    • Chele Chiavacci Farley (Republican, Conservative, Reform)
    • Write-in
  23. 23. North Dakota

    • Thomas O'Neill (Republican)
    • Heidi Heitkamp (Democratic Non-Partisan League)
    • Write-in
  24. 24. Ohio

    • Sherrod Brown (Democratic)
    • JIm Renacci (Republican)
    • Write-in
  25. 25. Pennsylvania

    • Bob Casey, Jr. (Democratic)
    • Lou Barletta (Republican)
    • Dale Kearns (Libertarian)
    • Neal Gale (Green)
      0
    • Write-in
  26. 26. Rhode Island

    • Sheldon Whitehouse (Democratic)
    • Robert Flaunders (Republican)
    • Write-in
  27. 27. Tennessee

    • Marsha Blackburn (Republican)
    • Phil Bredesen (Democratic)
    • Trudy Austin (Independent)
      0
    • Dean Hill (Independent)
      0
    • Kris Todd (Independent)
      0
    • John Carico (Independent)
      0
    • Breton Phillips (Independent)
      0
    • Kevin Lee McCants (Independent)
  28. 28. Texas

    • Geraldine Sam (Republican)
    • Beto O'Rourke (Democratic)
    • Neal Dikeman (Libertarian)
  29. 29. Utah

    • Mitt Romney (Republican)
    • Jenny Wilson (Democratic)
    • Tim Aalders (Constitution)
      0
    • Craig Bowden (Libertarian)
    • Reed McCandless (Independent American)
      0
    • Write-in
  30. 30. Vermont

    • Bernie Sanders (Independent, Democratic)
    • H. Brooke Paige (Republican)
    • Brad Peacock (Independent)
      0
    • Russell Beste (Independent)
      0
    • Edward Gilbert Jr. (Independent)
      0
    • Folasade Adeluola (Independent)
      0
    • Reid Kane (Liberty Union)
      0
    • Jon Svitavsky (Independent)
      0
    • Bruce Busa (Independent)
      0
    • Write-in
  31. 31. VIrginia

    • Tim Kaine (Democratic)
    • Nick Freitas (Republican)
    • Matt Waters (Libertarian)
    • Write-in
      0
  32. 32. Washington

    • Maria Cantwell (Democratic)
    • Alex Tsimerman (Independent)
  33. 33. West Virginia

    • Paula Jean Swearengin (Democratic)
    • Patrick Morrisey (Republican)
    • Rusty Hollen (Libertarian)
  34. 34. Wisconsin

    • Tammy Baldwin (Democratic)
    • Kevin Nicholson (Republican)
    • Write-in
  35. 35. Wyoming

    • John Barrasso (Republican)
    • Gary Trauner (Democratic)
    • Joseph Porambo (Libertarian)
    • Write-in
      0

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  • Poll closed on 06/02/2021 at 08:50 AM

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Yes, some of this is totally fictional.

Arizona: Deedra Abboud crushes McSally who made a ton of racist remarks about Mexicans and Muslims. 23% of voters decided to write-in someone else.

California: California is Democratic territory though Bradley did unusually well.

Connecticut: Chris Murphy wins

Delaware: In an unexpected turn of events, Republican nominee Rob Arlett has crushed Democratic incumbent Senator, Tom Carper. Carper is blaming his big loss to the Green Party which took 15% of the vote.

Florida: A barrage of corruption scandals hit Rick Scott, causing many of his supporters to write-in someone else.

Hawaii: Mazie Hirono wins, but the perennial candidate Rocky De La Fuente does unusually well for a Republican in Hawaii.

Indiana: Joe Donnelly wins.

Maine: Angus King gets over 50%, so he will win.

Maryland: Whistleblower Chelsea Manning becomes the first transgender Senator.

Massachusetts: No surprises here except for the write-in votes: 15%.

Michigan: Debbie Stabenow narrowly wins.

Minnesota: No surprises here

Minnesota Special: Tina Smith wins narrowly.

Mississippi: Roger Wicker was caught attending a Klan rally and giving a Nazi salute which caused a number of his supporters to vote Libertarian. (BTW, Wicker has attended the Council of Conservative Citizens which originates from the White Citizen's Councils which Thurgood Marshall called the "uptown Klan")

Mississippi Special: Chris McDaniel is ummm...too extreme to win even in Misssissippi.

Missouri: Claire McCaskill wins narrowly.

Montana: Voters in Montana are fine with Jon Tester just like in real life

Nebraska: Deb Fischer wins in an odd three-way race between the Republicans, Democrats, and Libertarians.

Nevada: Jacky Rosen wins.

New Jersey: A corrupt Republican may have a chance if he was running against a corrupt Democrat in New Jersey, but Bob Menendez has lost the nomination.

New Mexico: The Libertarians have won their first Senate seat in history, and that with a majority of voters.

New York: Of course, what did you expect?

North Dakota: Heidi Heitkamp (a moderate) wins because the Republican candidate calls for an end to all immigration. (IDK if he did this in real life, but I understand he is anti-immigrant)

Ohio: Jim Renacci was hit in a series of explosive scandals.

Pennsylvania:  Bob Casey wins.

Rhode Island: How! How did a Republican win in RI?!

Tennessee: Unlike in real life, Phil Bredesen does not alienate his voters.

Texas: The Libertarian candidate must have contributed to the victory of Beto O'Rourke.

Utah: Romney is immensely popular. Jenny Wilson is actually trying to win the Mayoral Election for Salt Lake City.

Vermont: Bernie Sanders is overconfident because of his fame and does not campaign.

Virginia: Tim Kaine wins because the Libertarian candidate refused to withdraw. Nick Freitas did unusually well, though.

Washington: Wow! (Alex Tsimerman actually came in last place, IRL with 1366 votes (0.08%))

West Virginia: West Virginia seems to hate the establishment.

Wisconsin: Kevin Nicholson wins narrowly.

Wyoming: John Barrasso was caught in a scandal where it turned out that he contributed money to the Communist Party of the Russian Federation.

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