The Partisan Composition of Every U.S. State After the 2022 Midterms

Alabama State Capitol
Alabama State Capitol

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The long-awaited midterms have come and gone, with nearly every governor, Senate and House race called in the week since Election Day.

In some states, the political landscape will look vastly different next year when the newly elected politicians are sworn in, with at least three governor seats flipping from red to blue, or vice versa; at least one Senate seat flipping; and numerous House incumbents being unseated.

To get an idea of which parties will represent which states on the national level come 2023, we tallied the new political makeup of each U.S. state, listed alphabetically. As the last outstanding races are called, we will update our running tally accordingly.

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Alabama

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 6 Republicans, 1 Democrat

Alaska

Governor: TBD

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: TBD

PHOENIX, ARIZONA - NOVEMBER 05: Arizona Democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs greets supporters during a campaign event at the Carpenters Local Union 1912 headquarters on November 05, 2022 in Phoenix, Arizona. With three days to go before election day, Arizona democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs continues to campaign across the state as she faces a tight race against Trump endorsed republican candidate Kari Lake. (Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)
PHOENIX, ARIZONA - NOVEMBER 05: Arizona Democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs greets supporters during a campaign event at the Carpenters Local Union 1912 headquarters on November 05, 2022 in Phoenix, Arizona. With three days to go before election day, Arizona democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs continues to campaign across the state as she faces a tight race against Trump endorsed republican candidate Kari Lake. (Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)

Kevin Dietsch/Getty Gov.-elect Katie Hobbs

Arizona

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 6 Republicans, 3 Democrats

Arkansas

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 4 Republicans

California

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 37 Democrats, 8 Republicans, 7 TBD

Michael Bennet
Michael Bennet

Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call Sen. Michael Bennet

Colorado

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 5 Democrats, 2 Republicans, 1 TBD

Connecticut

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 5 Democrats

Delaware

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 1 Democrat

Maxwell Frost, National Organizing Director for March For Our Lives, speaks during a March For Our Lives Florida drive-in rally and aid event at Tinker Field in Orlando on Friday, March 26, 2021.
Maxwell Frost, National Organizing Director for March For Our Lives, speaks during a March For Our Lives Florida drive-in rally and aid event at Tinker Field in Orlando on Friday, March 26, 2021.

Stephen M. Dowell/Orlando Sentinel/Tribune News Service via Getty Incoming Democratic Rep. Maxwell Alejandro Frost

Florida

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 20 Republicans, 8 Democrats

Georgia

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 1 Democrat, 1 TBD

U.S. House: 9 Republicans, 5 Democrats

Hawaii

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 2 Democrats

Idaho

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 2 Republicans

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Sen. Tammy Duckworth

Illinois

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 14 Democrats, 3 Republicans

Indiana

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 7 Republicans, 2 Democrats

Iowa

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 4 Republicans

Kansas

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 3 Republicans, 1 Democrat

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rand paul

GREG NASH/POOL/AFP via Getty Images Sen. Rand Paul

Kentucky

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 5 Republicans, 1 Democrat

Louisiana

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 5 Republicans, 1 Democrat

Maine

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 1 Independent, 1 Republican

U.S. House: 1 Democrat, 1 TBD

Democrat Wes Moore speaks to supporters during an election night gathering after he was declared the winner of the Maryland gubernatorial race, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
Democrat Wes Moore speaks to supporters during an election night gathering after he was declared the winner of the Maryland gubernatorial race, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

AP Photo/Julio Cortez Gov.-elect Wes Moore

Maryland

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 7 Democrats, 1 Republican

Massachusetts

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 9 Democrats

Michigan

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 7 Democrats, 6 Republicans

Minnesota

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 4 Democrats, 4 Republicans

Mississippi

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 3 Republicans, 1 Democrat

Cori Bush
Cori Bush

Drew Angerer/Getty Images Democratic Rep. Cori Bush

Missouri

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 6 Republicans, 2 Democrats

Montana

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 1 Democrat, 1 Republican

U.S. House: 2 Republicans

Nebraska

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 3 Republicans

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Getty Images Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto

Nevada

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 3 Democrats, 1 Republican

New Hampshire

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 2 Democrats

New Jersey

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 9 Democrats, 3 Republicans

New Mexico

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 3 Democrats

Elise Stefanik
Elise Stefanik

Andrew Harrer/Getty Republican Rep. Elise Stefanik

New York

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 15 Democrats, 11 Republicans

North Carolina

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 7 Democrats, 7 Republicans

North Dakota

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 1 Republican

Ohio

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 1 Democrat, 1 Republican

U.S. House: 10 Republicans, 5 Democrats

Oklahoma

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 5 Republicans

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Maura Healey Elected as America's First Openly Lesbian Governor

Mathieu Lewis-Rolland/Getty Gov.-elect Tina Kotek

Oregon

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 4 Democrats, 2 Republicans

Pennsylvania

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 9 Democrats, 8 Republicans

Rhode Island

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 2 Democrats

Sen. Tim Scott
Sen. Tim Scott

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Sen. Tim Scott

South Carolina

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 6 Republicans, 1 Democrat

South Dakota

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 1 Republican

Tennessee

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 8 Republicans, 1 Democrat

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott

Gov. Greg Abbott

Texas

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 25 Republicans, 13 Democrats

Utah

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 4 Republicans

Vermont

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 1 Democrat, 1 Independent

U.S. House: 1 Democrat

Virginia

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 6 Democrats, 5 Republicans

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Getty Images Republican Rep. Dan Newhouse

Washington

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 2 Democrats

U.S. House: 8 Democrats, 2 Republicans

West Virginia

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 1 Democrat, 1 Republican

U.S. House: 2 Republicans

Wisconsin

Governor: Democrat

U.S. Senate: 1 Democrat, 1 Republican

U.S. House: 6 Republicans, 2 Democrats

Wyoming

Governor: Republican

U.S. Senate: 2 Republicans

U.S. House: 1 Republican