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Projected outcomes of state senate elections, 2011

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2011 State Senate Races

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Democrats

Before election: 19

Projected after election: 18
Toss-up
1[1]
Republicans

Before election: 29

Projected after election: 30
17 Safe or Not Up 0 1 1[1] 2 1 27 Safe or Not Up

Since one state senate is non-partisan, a political party is defined as having the majority of state senates if it has at least 25.

Safe D Likely Dem. Leans Dem. Toss Up Leans GOP Likely GOP Safe R
Not up:
Arkansas (D)
California (D)
Colorado (D)
Connecticut (D)
Delaware (D)
Hawaii (D)
Iowa (D)
Illinois (D)
Maryland (D)
Massachusetts (D)
Nevada (D)
New Mexico (D)
Oregon (D)
Rhode Island (D)
Vermont (D)
Washington (D)
West Virginia (D)
New Jersey (D) Not up:
Alaska (Split)[1]
Possible R Pick-up:
Virginia (D)
Mississippi (R)
Louisiana (R)
Not up:
Alabama (R)
Arizona (R)
Florida (R)
Georgia (R)
Idaho (R)
Indiana (R)
Kansas(R)
Kentucky (R)
Maine (R)
Michigan: (R)
Minnesota (R)
Missouri (R)
Montana (R)
New Hampshire (R)
New York (R)
North Carolina (R)
North Dakota (R)
Ohio (R)
Oklahoma (R)
Pennsylvania (R)
South Carolina (R)
South Dakota: (R)
Tennessee: (R)
Texas (R)
Utah (R)
Wisconsin (R)
Wyoming (R)
Partisan dominance in state senates
heading into the 2011 state legislative elections
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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Alaska is tied 10-10 and Nebraska has a nonpartisan senate