|United States Senate Elections, 2024|
|November 3, 2024|
|First party||Second party|
|LEADER||Mitch McConnell||Chuck Schumer|
|LEADER’S SEAT||Kentucky||New York|
|SEATS BEFORE||51||47 (+2)|
|SEATS AFTER||54||45 (+1)|
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Incumbent Democrat Kyrsten Sinema lost the primary to Congressman Ruben Gallego for a second term, who went on to defeat Republican state senator Wendy Rogers in the general election.
Incumbent Democrat Dianne Feinstein lost re-election in a runoff against fellow Democratic Congresswoman Katie Porter.
Incumbent Democrat Chris Murphy was re-elected to a third term against Republican state senator Heather Somers.
Incumbent Democrat Tom Carper opted not to run for a fifth term. Democratic Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester defeated state senator Colin Bonini.
|WINNER||Lisa Blunt Rochester||Democratic||61.5%|
Incumbent Republican Rick Scott won re-election to a second term against Democratic Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy.
Incumbent Democrat Mazie Hirono won re-election to a third term against Republican state representative Bob McDermott.
Incumbent Republican Mike Braun won re-election to a second term against former Democratic Senator Joe Donnelly.
Incumbent Independent Angus King opted not to run for a third term. Former Democratic state house speaker Sara Gideon defeated former Republican Congressman Bruce Polliquin.
Incumbent Democrat Ben Cardin won re-election to a fourth term against former Republican Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford.
Incumbent Democrat Elizabeth Warren won re-election to a third term against Republican Curt Schilling.
Incumbent Democrat Debbie Stabenow won re-election to a fifth term against Republican Congresswoman Lisa McClain.
Incumbent Democrat Amy Klobuchar won re-election to a fourth term against Republican state senator Michelle Benson.
Incumbent Republican Roger Wicker won re-election to a third term against Democrat Brandon Presley, a member of the Mississippi public service commission.
Incumbent Republican Josh Hawley won re-election to a second term against Democratic Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas.
Incumbent Democrat Jon Tester lost re-election to a fourth term against Republican former Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke.
Incumbent Republican Deb Fischer won re-election to a third term against Democrat Alisha Shelton.
Incumbent Democrat Jacky Rosen won re-election to a second term against Republican Joe Lombardo, the sheriff of Clark County.