2018 State Legislative Elections

Forty-six (46) states will hold regularly scheduled elections November 6 to choose state legislators.

State Legislative Races Overview

Disclaimer: The information contained in the table below is subject to revision and will be updated as legislators declare their intention to run or retire, as well as when candidate filing lists are updated and deadlines pass. For additional information, please contact Meghan Holihan at msh@stateside.com

State and Chamber Seats on the Ballot Pre-election Partisan Splits Post-election Partisan Splits (Pending)
Alabama House 105/105 32D - 70R - 3V
Alabama Senate 35/35 7D - 26R - 1I - 1V
Alaska House 40/40 17D - 21R - 2NP (Controlled by Democratic-based House Majority Caucus)
Alaska Senate 10/20 6D - 13R - 1V
Arizona House 60/60 25D - 34R - 1V
Arizona Senate 30/30 13D - 17R
Arkansas House 100/100 24D - 76R
Arkansas Senate 18/35 9D - 25R - 1V
California Assembly 80/80 52D - 25R - 3V
California Senate 20/40 26D - 13R - 1V
Colorado House 65/65 36D - 28R - 1V
Colorado Senate 17/35 16D - 18R - 1I
Connecticut House 151/151 80D - 71R
Connecticut Senate 36/36 18D - 18R
Delaware House 41/41 25D - 16R
Delaware Senate 10/21 11D - 10R
Florida House 120/120 41D - 76R - 3V
Florida Senate 20/40 16D - 23R - 1V
Georgia House 180/180 64D - 114R - 2V
Georgia Senate 56/56 19D - 37R
Hawaii House 51/51 46D - 5R
Hawaii Senate 12/25 25D
Idaho House 70/70 10D - 59R - 1V
Idaho Senate 35/35 6D - 29R
Illinois House 118/118 67D - 51R
Illinois Senate 39/59 37D - 22R
Indiana House 100/100 30D - 70R
Indiana Senate 25/50 9D - 40R - 1V
Iowa House 100/100 41D - 59R
Iowa Senate 25/50 20D - 29R - 1NP
Kansas House 125/125 40D - 85R
Kentucky House 100/100 37D - 62R - 1V
Kentucky Senate 19/38 11D - 27R
Maine House 151/151 74D - 70R - 6I - 1 Green
Maine Senate 35/35 17D - 18R
Maryland House 141/141 90D - 51R
Maryland Senate 47/47 32D - 13R - 2V
Massachusetts House 160/160 124D - 34R - 1I - 1V
Massachusetts Senate 40/40 32D - 7R - 1V
Michigan House 110/110 46D - 63R - 1V
Michigan Senate 38/38 11D - 27R
Minnesota House 134/134 57D - 76R - 1V
Missouri House 163/163 47D - 111R - 5V
Missouri Senate 17/34 9D - 24R - 1V
Montana House 100/100 41D - 58R - 1V
Montana Senate 25/50 18D - 32R
Nebraska Senate 24/49 49NP
Nevada Assembly 42/42 27D - 14R - 1V
Nevada Senate 11/21 10D - 9R - 1NP - 1V
New Hampshire House 400/400 172D - 217R - 3Libertarian - 8V
New Hampshire Senate 24/24 10D - 14R
New Mexico House 70/70 38D - 32R
New York Assembly 150/150 107D - 42R - 1V
New York Senate 63/63 32D - 31R (1 Democrat caucuses with Republicans)
North Carolina House 120/120 45D - 75R
North Carolina Senate 50/50 15D - 35R
North Dakota House 48/94 13D - 81R
North Dakota Senate 24/47 9D - 38R
Ohio House 99/99 33D - 65R - 1V
Ohio Senate 17/33 9D - 24R
Oklahoma House 101/101 28D - 72R - 1V
Oklahoma Senate 24/48 7D - 40R - 1V
Oregon House 60/60 35D - 23R - 2V
Oregon Senate 15/30 16D - 13R - 1V
Pennsylvania House 203/203 82D - 120R - 1V
Pennsylvania Senate 25/50 16D - 34R
Rhode Island House 75/75 64D - 11R
Rhode Island Senate 38/38 33D - 5R
South Carolina House 124/124 44D - 77R - 3V
South Dakota House 70/70 10D - 59R - 1V
South Dakota Senate 35/35 6D - 29R
Tennessee House 99/99 26D - 73R
Tennessee Senate 17/33 5D - 27R - 1V
Texas House 150/150 55D - 95R
Texas Senate 15/31 10D - 22R
Utah House 75/75 13D - 62R
Utah Senate 14/29 5D - 24R
Vermont House 150/150 83D - 53R - 7I - 7Progressive
Vermont Senate 30/30 21D - 7R - 2Progressive
Washington House 98/98 50D - 48R
Washington Senate 24/49 26D - 23R
West Virginia House 100/100 36D - 64R
West Virginia Senate 17/34 12D - 21R - 1V
Wisconsin Assembly 99/99 35D - 62R - 2V
Wisconsin Senate 17/33 14D - 18R - 1V
Wyoming House 60/60 9D - 51R
Wyoming Senate 15/30 3D - 27R