2018 State Legislative Elections

State Legislative Races Overview

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

Post election chamber control:

  • Republican control 62 chambers 
  • Democrats control 37 chambers
  • Democrats flipped 6 chambers
  • Republicans flipped 1 chambers

 

Disclaimer: The information contained in the table below is subject to revision and will be updated throughout the night on November 6 and the days following.

Last Update: 12/3 at 4:52PM

State and Chamber Seats on the Ballot Pre-Election Partisan Control & Splits Projected Party Control (Bold* indicates chamber flip) Projected Post-Election Partisan Splits
Alabama House 105/105 32D - 70R - 3V Republican 77R - 28D
Alabama Senate 35/35 7D - 26R - 1I - 1V Republican 27R – 8D
Alaska House 40/40 17D - 21R - 2NP (Controlled by Democratic-based House Majority Caucus) Republican* 21R - 19D
Alaska Senate 10/20 6D - 13R - 1V Republican 6D - 14R
Arizona House 60/60 25D - 34R - 1V Republican 31R - 29D
Arizona Senate 30/30 13D - 17R Republican 17R – 13D
Arkansas House 100/100 24D - 76R Republican 75R – 25D
Arkansas Senate 18/35 9D - 25R - 1V Republican 9D - 26R
California Assembly 80/80 52D - 25R - 3V Democratic 56D - 24R
California Senate 20/40 26D - 13R - 1V Democratic 28D - 12R
Colorado House 65/65 36D - 28R - 1V Democratic 39D - 26R
Colorado Senate 17/35 16D - 18R - 1I Democratic* 19D - 16R
Connecticut House 151/151 80D - 71R Democratic 93D - 58R
Connecticut Senate 36/36 18D - 18R Democratic* 24D - 12R
Delaware House 41/41 25D - 16R Democratic 26D - 15R
Delaware Senate 10/21 11D - 10R Democratic 12D - 9R
Florida House 120/120 41D - 76R - 3V Republican 72R - 48D
Florida Senate 20/40 16D - 23R - 1V Republican 23R – 17D
Georgia House 180/180 64D - 114R - 2V Republican 103R - 75D - 2Vacant
Georgia Senate 56/56 19D - 37R Republican 36R - 20D
Hawaii House 51/51 46D - 5R Democratic 46D - 5R
Hawaii Senate 13/25 25D Democratic 24D - 1R
Idaho House 70/70 10D - 59R - 1V Republican 56R - 14D
Idaho Senate 35/35 6D - 29R Republican 26R - 9D
Illinois House 118/118 67D - 51R Democratic 74D - 44R
Illinois Senate 39/59 37D - 22R Democratic 40D - 19R
Indiana House 100/100 30D - 70R Republican 70R - 30D
Indiana Senate 25/50 9D - 40R - 1V Republican 40R - 10D
Iowa House 100/100 41D - 59R Republican 53R - 45D - 2 Undetermined
Iowa Senate 25/50 20D - 29R - 1NP Republican 31R - 19D
Kansas House 125/125 40D - 85R Republican 76R - 37D
Kentucky House 100/100 37D - 62R - 1V Republican 60R - 40D
Kentucky Senate 19/38 11D - 27R Republican 11D - 27R
Maine House 151/151 74D - 70R - 6I - 1 Green Democratic 89D - 57R - 3I - 2O
Maine Senate 35/35 17D - 18R Democratic* 21D - 14R
Maryland House 141/141 90D - 51R Democratic 96D – 45R
Maryland Senate 47/47 32D - 13R - 2V Democratic 32D – 15R
Massachusetts House 160/160 124D - 34R - 1I - 1V Democratic 127D - 32R - 1I
Massachusetts Senate 40/40 32D - 7R - 1V Democratic 34D - 6R
Michigan House 110/110 46D - 63R - 1V Republican 58R – 52D
Michigan Senate 38/38 11D - 27R Republican 22R – 16D
Minnesota House 134/134 57D - 76R - 1V Democratic* 75D - 59R
Missouri House 163/163 47D - 111R - 5V Republican 115R - 47D - 1 Undetermined
Missouri Senate 17/34 10D - 22R - 2V Republican 24R - 10D
Montana House 100/100 41D - 58R - 1V Republican 58R - 43D
Montana Senate 25/50 18D - 32R Republican 13R - 12D
Nebraska Senate 24/49 49NP NP 49NP
Nevada Assembly 42/42 27D - 14R - 1V Democratic 29D - 13R
Nevada Senate 11/21 10D - 9R - 1NP - 1V Democratic 13D – 8R
New Hampshire House 400/400 172D - 217R - 3Libertarian - 8V Democratic* 233D - 167R
New Hampshire Senate 24/24 10D - 14R Democratic* 13D - 11R
New Mexico House 70/70 38D - 32R Democratic 45D - 25R
New York Assembly 150/150 107D - 42R - 1V Democratic 108D - 42R
New York Senate 63/63 32D - 31R (1 Democrat caucuses with Republicans) Democratic* 40D - 23R
North Carolina House 120/120 45D - 75R Republican 66R - 54D
North Carolina Senate 50/50 15D - 35R Republican 29R - 21D
North Dakota House 48/94 13D - 81R Republican 15D - 79R
North Dakota Senate 24/47 9D - 38R Republican 10D - 37R
Ohio House 99/99 33D - 65R - 1V Republican 63R – 36D
Ohio Senate 17/33 8D - 24R - 1V Republican 8D - 24R - 1Vacant
Oklahoma House 101/101 28D - 72R - 1V Republican 75R - 26D
Oklahoma Senate 24/48 7D - 40R - 1V Republican 38R - 9D - 1Vacant
Oregon House 60/60 35D - 23R - 2V Democratic 22R – 38D
Oregon Senate 15/30 16D - 13R - 1V Democratic 12R - 18D
Pennsylvania House 203/203 82D - 120R - 1V Republican 110R - 93D
Pennsylvania Senate 25/50 16D - 34R Republican 13R -12D
Rhode Island House 75/75 64D - 11R Democratic 68D - 7R
Rhode Island Senate 38/38 33D - 5R Democratic 34D - 6R
South Carolina House 124/124 44D - 77R - 3V Republican 80R - 44D
South Dakota House 70/70 10D - 59R - 1V Republican 60R – 10D
South Dakota Senate 35/35 6D - 29R Republican 29R—6D
Tennessee House 99/99 26D - 73R Republican 73R – 26D
Tennessee Senate 17/33 5D - 27R - 1V Republican 5D - 27R - 1Vacant
Texas House 150/150 55D - 95R Republican 82R - 68D
Texas Senate 15/31 10D - 22R Republican 19R – 12D
Utah House 75/75 13D - 62R Republican 56R – 17D
Utah Senate 14/29 5D - 24R Republican 23R – 6D
Vermont House 150/150 83D - 53R - 7I - 7Progressive Democratic 84D - 6Dem/Prog - 5Dem/Rep – 7Prog/Dem – 7IND – 34R – 9Rep/Dem
Vermont Senate 30/30 21D - 7R - 2Progressive Democratic 13D – 5Dem/Prog - 4Dem/Rep - 2Prog/Dem - 4R
Washington House 98/98 50D - 48R Democratic 57D - 40R - 1 Undetermined
Washington Senate 24/49 26D - 23R Democratic 26D - 21R - 2 Undetermined
West Virginia House 100/100 36D - 64R Republican 60R - 40D
West Virginia Senate 17/34 12D - 21R - 1V Republican 21R - 13D
Wisconsin Assembly 99/99 35D - 62R - 2V Republican 64R – 35D
Wisconsin Senate 17/33 14D - 18R - 1V Republican 19R - 14R
Wyoming House 60/60 9D - 51R Republican 51R – 9D
Wyoming Senate 15/30 3D - 27R Republican 27R - 3D

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