2020 State Legislative Elections

Republicans Outperform Republicans successfully defended majorities in Democratic-targeted chambers, including the Iowa House, Minnesota Senate, North Carolina House and Senate, Pennsylvania House and Senate and the Texas HouseVotes are still being counted in Maricopa County, but it now appears likely that the GOP will hold its House and Senate majorities in ArizonaIn addition, Republicans have flipped the New Hampshire House and Senate. Republicans have secured the numerical majority in the Alaska House.

 

State Legislative Races Overview

Disclaimer: The information contained in the table below is subject to revision and will be updated throughout the night of November 3 and beyond.

For additional information please contact Meghan Holihan at msh@statside.com 

 

"D" = Democrat

"R" = Republican

"Ind" = Independent

"U" = Undecided

 

Last Updated: 12/1/2020

State and Chamber Seats on the Ballot Pre-Election Partisan Control & Splits Projected Party Control Projected Post-Election Partisan Splits
Alaska House 40/40 23R - 15D - 2I Republican - PROJECTED FLIP 21R - 15D - 4Ind
Alaska Senate 10/20 13R - 7D Republican 13R - 7D
Arizona House 60/60 30R - 29D - 1V Republican 31R - 29D
Arizona Senate 30/30 17R - 13D Republican 16R - 14D
Arkansas House 100/100 76R - 24D Republican 75R - 21D - 4U
Arkansas Senate 17/35 26R - 9D Republican 28R - 7D
California Assembly 80/80 61D - 19R Democratic 58D - 19R - 1Ind - 2U
California Senate 20/40 29D - 11R Democratic 31D - 8R - 1U
Colorado House 65/65 41D - 24R Democratic 41D - 24R
Colorado Senate 18/35 19D - 16R Democratic 20D - 15R
Connecticut House 151/151 90D - 61R Democratic 98D - 52R - 1U
Connecticut Senate 36/36 22D - 14R Democratic 23D - 12R - 1U
Delaware House 41/41 26D - 15R Democratic 26D - 15R
Delaware Senate 11/21 12D - 9R Democratic 14D - 7R
Florida House 120/120 73R - 47D Republican 78R - 42D
Florida Senate 20/40 23R - 17D Republican 24R - 16D
Georgia House 180/180 105R - 74D - 1V Republican 102R - 78D
Georgia Senate 56/56 35R - 21D Republican 34R - 21D
Hawaii House 51/51 46D - 5R Democratic 47D - 4R
Hawaii Senate 13/25 24D - 1R Democratic 24D - 1R
Idaho House 70/70 56R - 14D Republican 58R - 12D
Idaho Senate 35/35 28R - 7D Republican 28R - 7D
Illinois House 118/118 74D - 44R Democratic 72D - 46R
Illinois Senate 20/59 40D - 19R Democratic 40D - 18R - 1U
Indiana House 100/100 67R - 33D Republican 69R - 31D
Indiana Senate 25/50 40R - 10D Republican 39R - 11D
Iowa House 100/100 53R - 47D Republican 59R - 41D
Iowa Senate 25/50 32R - 18D Republican 32R - 18D
Kansas House 125/125 84R - 41D Republican 88R - 34D - 3U
Kansas Senate 40/40 29R - 11D Republican 29R - 11D
Kentucky House 100/100 61R - 39D Republican 75R - 25D
Kentucky Senate 19/38 29R - 9D Republican 29R - 9D
Maine House 151/151 90D - 56R - 5I Democratic 79D - 68R - 4Ind
Maine Senate 35/35 21D - 14R Democratic 22D - 13R
Massachusetts House 160/160 127D - 32R - 1O Democratic 127D - 29R - 1Ind - 3U
Massachusetts Senate 40/40 34D - 6R Democratic 36D - 3R - 1U
Michigan House 110/110 58R - 51D - 1V Republican 57R - 52D - 1U
Minnesota House 134/134 74D - 59R - 1V Democratic 69D - 62R - 3U
Minnesota Senate 67/67 35R - 32D Republican 34R - 33D
Missouri House 163/163 113R - 46D - 4V Republican 114R - 49D
Missouri Senate 17/34 24R - 10D Republican 24R - 10D
Montana House 100/100 57R - 42D - 1V Republican 68R - 32D
Montana Senate 25/50 30R - 20D Republican 31R - 18D - 1U
Nebraska Senate 25/49 49NP Nonpartisan 49NP
Nevada House 42/42 29D - 13R Democratic 26D - 16R
Nevada Senate 10/21 13D - 8R Democratic 12D - 9R
New Hampshire House 400/400 230D - 157R - 13V Republican - FLIP 212R - 187D - 1U
New Hampshire Senate 24/24 14D - 10R Republican - FLIP 14R - 10D
New Mexico House 70/70 46D - 24R Democratic 42D - 25R - 1Ind - 2U
New Mexico Senate 42/42 26D - 16R Democratic 26D - 15R - 1U
New York Assembly 150/150 106D - 43R - 1I Democratic 83D - 25R - 42U
New York Senate 63/63 40D - 22R - 1V Democratic 28D - 7R - 28U
North Carolina House 120/120 65R - 55D Republican 69R - 51D
North Carolina Senate 50/50 29R - 21D Republican 28R - 22D
North Dakota House 46/94 79R - 15D Republican 80R - 14D
North Dakota Senate 23/47 37R - 10D Republican 40R - 7D
Ohio House 99/99 62R - 37D Republican 64R - 35D
Ohio Senate 16/33 24R - 9D Republican 25R - 8D
Oklahoma House 101/101 77R - 23D - 1V Republican 82R - 19D
Oklahoma Senate 24/48 39R - 9D Republican 39R - 9D
Oregon House 60/60 38D - 22R Democratic 36D - 23R - 1D/R
Oregon Senate 15/30 18D - 12R Democratic 18D - 12R
Pennsylvania House 203/203 109R - 92D - 2V Republican 106R - 86D - 11U
Pennsylvania Senate 25/50 28R - 21D - 1I Republican 28R - 20D - 1Ind - 1U
Rhode Island House 75/75 66D - 9R Democratic 58D - 8R - 9U
Rhode Island Senate 38/38 33D - 5R Democratic 29D - 5R - 4U
South Carolina House 124/124 80R - 44D Republican 81R - 43D
South Carolina Senate 46/46 27R - 19D Republican 30R - 16D
South Dakota House 70/70 59R - 11D Republican 59R - 7D - 4U
South Dakota Senate 35/35 30R - 5D Republican 33R - 2D
Tennessee House 99/99 73R - 26D Republican 72R - 26D - 1U
Tennessee Senate 16/33 28R - 5D Republican 27R - 6D
Texas House 150/150 83R - 67D Republican 84R - 66D
Texas Senate 16/31 19R - 12D Republican 18R - 13D
Utah House 75/75 59R - 16D Republican 58R - 17D
Utah Senate 15/29 23R - 6D Republican 23R - 6D
Vermont House 150/150 95D - 43R - 5I - 7V Democratic 86D - 35R - 5D/P - 1D/R - 7P/D - 11R/D - 5Ind
Vermont Senate 30/30 22D - 6R - 2V Democratic 23D - 7R
Washington House 98/98 57D - 41R Democratic 57D - 41R
Washington Senate 25/49 29D - 19R - 1V Democratic 29D - 20R
West Virginia House 100/100 59R - 41D Republican 76R - 23D - 1U
West Virginia Senate 17/34 20R - 14D Republican 22R - 11D - 1U
Wisconsin House 99/99 63R - 36D Republican 61R - 36D - 2U
Wisconsin Senate 16/33 19R - 14D Republican 20R - 11D - 1U
Wyoming House 60/60 50R - 9D - 1I Republican 49R - 5D - 1Lib - 4U
Wyoming Senate 15/30 27R - 3D Republican 28R - 2D