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Revision as of 05:50, 26 May 2011

Four state senates hold general elections in November, 2011.

In the 50 states, there are 1,971 state senators. In the 4 states where a state senate election will take place in November, there are a total of 171 senate seats. In those states, 171 senate seats are up for election in November.

See also: State legislative elections and State house elections

By the numbers

Number of seats in all 50 senates: 1,971
Number of seats in the 4 senates with November 2011 elections: 171
Number of seats up for election in the 4 senates with November 2011 elections: 171
 % of total (all 50 states) senate seats up for election in 2011: 8.7%
Number of senates with a November 2011 election with a current Democratic majority: 2
Number of senates with a November 2011 election with a current Republican majority: 2

See also

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