Updated 8/20/2014

D Democrat G Green L Libertarian P Progressive
R Republican I Independent O Other U Unenrolled

V†: Vacancy

Not Eligible for Re-electionGovernor Not Eligible For Re-election

 

Governor Senate House
State Name & Party (Next Election) D R O V D R O V
Alabama Robert J. Bentley 11/04/2014 R 11 23 1-I 38 65 1-I 1
Alaska Sean Parnell 11/04/2014 R 7 13 14 26
Arizona Jan Brewer Not Eligible for Re-election 11/04/2014 R 13 17 24 36
Arkansas Mike Beebe Not Eligible for Re-election 11/04/2014 D 13 22 48 51 1-G
California* Jerry Brown 11/04/2014 D 28 12 55 24 1
Colorado John Hickenlooper 11/04/2014 D 18 17 37 28
Connecticut Dan Malloy 11/04/2014 D 22 14 97 54
Delaware Jack Markell 11/08/2016 D 13 8 27 14
Florida Rick Scott 11/04/2014 R 14 26 45 75
Georgia Nathan Deal 11/04/2014 R 18 38 60 119 1-I
Hawaii Neil Abercrombie 11/04/2014 D 24 1 44 7
Idaho C.L. “Butch” Otter 11/04/2014 R 7 28 13 57
Illinois Pat Quinn 11/04/2014 D 40 19 70 47 1
Indiana Mike Pence 11/08/2016 R 13 37 31 69
Iowa Terry Branstad 11/04/2014 R 26 24 47 53
Kansas Sam Brownback 11/04/2014 R 8 32 33 92
Kentucky Steve Beshear Not Eligible for Re-election 11/2015 D 14 23 1-I 54 46
Louisiana Bobby Jindal Not Eligible for Re-election 10/2015 R 14 25 44 59 2-I
Maine Paul LePage 11/04/2014 R 19 15 1-U 89 58 2-I  2-U
Maryland Martin O’Malley Not Eligible for Re-election 11/04/2014 D 35 12 98 43
Massachusetts Deval Patrick 11/04/2014 D 36 4 125 29 6
Michigan Rick Snyder 11/04/2014 R 12 26 50 59 1-I
Minnesota Mark Dayton 11/04/2014 D 39 28 73 61
Mississippi Phil Bryant 11/10/2015 R 20 32 57 65
Missouri Jeremiah (Jay) Nixon 11/08/2016 D 9 24 1 52 108 3
Montana Steve Bullock 11/08/2016 D 21 29 39 61
Nebraska Dave Heineman Not Eligible for Re-election 11/04/2014 R Unicameral/Nonpartisan; 49
Nevada Brian Sandoval 11/04/2014 R 11 10 27 15
New Hampshire Maggie Hassan 11/04/2014 D 11 13 212 174 13
New Jersey Chris Christie Not Eligible for Re-election 11/07/2017 R 24 16 47 33
New Mexico Susana Martinez 11/04/2014 R 25 17 37 33
New York** Andrew Cuomo 11/04/2014 D 26 30 5-IDC 2 98 40  1-I  11
North Carolina Pat McCrory 11/08/2016 R 16 33 1 43 76 1
North Dakota Jack Dalrymple 11/08/2016 R 14 33 23 71
Ohio John Kasich 11/04/2014 R 10 23 39 60
Oklahoma Mary Fallin 11/04/2014 R 12 36 29 72
Oregon John Kitzhaber 11/04/2014 D 16 14 34 26
Pennsylvania Tom Corbett 11/04/2014 R 23 27 92 111
Rhode Island Lincoln Chafee 11/04/2014 D 32 5 1-I 69 6
South Carolina Nikki Haley 11/04/2014 R 18 28 46 78
South Dakota Dennis Daugaard 11/04/2014 R 7 28 17 53
Tennessee Bill Haslam 11/04/2014 R 6 27 27 71 1-I
Texas Rick Perry 11/04/2014 R 12 19 55 94  1
Utah Gary Herbert 11/08/2016 R 5 24 14 61
Vermont Peter Shumlin 11/04/2014 D 23 7 96 45 5-P  4-I
Virginia Terry McAuliffe Not Eligible for Re-election 11/07/2017 D 18 21 1 30 68 2
Washington*** Jay Inslee 11/08/2016 D 23 24 2-MCC 55 42 1
West Virginia Earl Ray Tomblin 11/08/2016 D 24 10 53 47
Wisconsin Scott Walker 11/04/2014 R 15 18 39 60
Wyoming Matthew Mead 11/04/2014 R 4 26 8 52

Partisan Splits
Governors: 29 R – 21 D
State Legislatures: 59 R – 39 D – 1 NP

 

*Three Democratic senators have been suspended and will no longer cast votes in the Senate.
**Senator Jeff Klein (IDC) shares leadership with Senator Dean Skelos (R). Two Senate Democrats are not members of any caucus.
***Senator Rodney Tom (D) and Senator Tim Sheldon (D) formed the Majority Coalition Caucus to share leadership of the Senate with Republicans.