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U.S. Senate Race

In 2022 the United States is holding Senate elections for 34 of the 100 seats in the Senate. Republican senators, Richard Shelby (Alabama), Roy Blunt (Missouri), Richard Burr (North Carolina), Rob Portman (Ohio), Jim Inhofe (Oklahoma), Pat Toomey (Pennsylvania), as well as Democratic senator, Patrick Leahy (Vermont), have announced that they are not seeking re-election; There are 28 Senators seeking re-election. Elections to watch closely are: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Nevada, New Hampshire, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin . The 2022 United States Governor Elections are also taking place at the same time and both will be held on November 8, 2022.

Latest U.S. Senate Race News

Donald Trump · Pennsylvania

Oz wins Pennsylvania Senate primary ahead of showdown with Fetterman

61% Center coverage: 59 sources
Oz received 419,999 votes, 951 more than second-place finisher. Oz will face Democratic candidate John Fetterman in the fall. All 67 counties submitted their recount results to the Department of State. The department estimates that the recount cost will exceed $1 million.See the Story
US & Canada · Montgomery

Republican Katie Britt beats Mo Brooks in Alabama Senate runoff

37% Left coverage: 52 sources
Katie Britt defeats six-term Congressman Mo Brooks in Alabama Senate runoff. Britt defeated Brooks in a runoff after former President Donald Trump rescinded his endorsement. Brooks had fully embraced Trump's election lies and had run under the banner "MAGA Mo" The state was among a handful holding contests Tuesday at the midpoint of a primary season shaped by Trump's effort to influence the GOP.See the Story
US & Canada · Harrisburg

Pennsylvania Senate GOP primary too close to call, recount likely

51% Center coverage: 43 sources
Oz led McCormick by 1,079 votes, or 0.08 percentage points, out of 1,340,248 ballots counted as of 5 p.m. Friday. The race is close enough to trigger Pennsylvania's automatic recount law. The winner will face Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman in November.See the Story
US & Canada · Raleigh

Trump-Endorsed Ted Budd Wins North Carolina GOP Senate Primary

39% Right coverage: 41 sources
Budd had the endorsement of Donald Trump and his victory is a boost for the former president. He beat out former Charlotte mayor and N.C. Governor Pat McCrory in the primary to replace retiring GOP Sen. Richard Burr's seat. If she prevails in November, Beasley would be the state's first Black senator.See the Story
US & Canada · Las Vegas

Trump ally Adam Laxalt wins Nevada's Republican U.S. Senate primary

Coverage: 26 sources
Adam Laxalt, a former Nevada attorney general, has won the state's Republican primary for Senate. He will face Senator Catherine Cortez Masto, a Democrat, in what is likely to be a highly competitive November general election. Mr.Laxalt was endorsed by both former President Donald J. Trump and Gov. Ron DeSantis.See the Story
U.S. Senate · United States

Wisconsin Democrats focus ire on Republican Sen. Johnson

67% Center coverage: 15 sources
Wisconsin Democrats looking to unseat Republican Sen. Ron Johnson focused their attacks on him Sunday. The race in Wisconsin, which Donald Trump carried in 2016 but President Joe Biden won in 2020, could determine which party control the Senate. Polls show a tight Democratic primary between Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes and Alex Lasry.See the Story
US & Canada · Chicago

Illinois Primary Results 2022: Valencia concedes to Giannoulias in Secretary of State race

57% Center coverage: 14 sources
Kathy Salvi is projected to defeat Casey Chlebek, Peggy Hubbard, Robert Piton, Jimmy Lee Tillman II, Anthony Williams and Matthew Dubiel in Tuesday's Republican primary. The winner will face Duckworth, an Iraq War veteran who has held the seat since 2017, in November.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

More than 30 Senate Democrats call for Biden to take action to protect abortion access

50% Left coverage: 8 sources
Thirty-four senators signed the letter, which called on the president to take immediate action. The letter, led by Senator Patty Murray of Washington, emphasized the urgency of the issue. The White House press secretary said that Mr. Biden would continue seeking legal advice about what executive actions he could take.See the Story
Raphael Warnock · Atlanta

Georgia poll shows Abrams, Kemp tied and Warnock leading in Senate race

42% Left coverage: 12 sources
Gov. Brian Kemp and Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams are in a dead heat. U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock has opened a solid lead over GOP challenger Herschel Walker. The poll was conducted June 23-27 among 1,497 Georgia registered voters, and has a .25 percentage-point margin of error.See the Story
US & Canada · Utah

Sen. Mike Lee brushes off opponents to win Utah GOP primary

59% Center coverage: 12 sources
Lee defeated former state lawmaker Becky Edwards and political operative Ally Isom. They tried to frame Lee as a divisive politician who cares less about governing than he does television appearances and his allegiance to Trump. Lee will face off against independent candidate Evan McMullin who in 2016 received more than one-fifth of the states presidential vote in Utah.See the Story
US & Canada · Denver

Ganahl wins GOP primary to challenge Colorado Gov. Polis

67% Center coverage: 9 sources
Heidi Ganahl won the Colorado 2022 Republican primary over Greg Lopez. She will face Democratic incumbent Jared Polis, who has no primary challenger, in the general election on Nov. 8. Ganahl is the only Republican to hold a statewide office in Colorado following Democratic sweeps in recent cycles.See the Story
Europe · Washington

Major U.S. airlines to allow gender-neutral option on ticket reservations

57% Right coverage: 7 sources
Major U.S. airlines have agreed to update computer systems by the end of 2024 to allow travelers to purchase tickets with an "X" gender marker, an airline trade group confirmed on Friday. See the Story
US & Canada

Ira Winderman: Should Heat, NBA be wary of pick packaging? And how much is too much? (Blame it on Herschel Walker)

60% Right coverage: 5 sources
Herschel Walker was traded from the Dallas Cowboys to the Minnesota Vikings in 1989. The Vikings received eight draft picks, including three first-round picks and three second-rounds. The Nets have set the bar of at least three picks, plus pick swaps, for Kevin Durant. The NBA had attempted to limit such largesse with the Stepien Rule.See the Story

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