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2016 Iowa Senate election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Iowa State Senate elections, 2016
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← 2014 November 8, 2016 2018 →

25 out of 50 seats in the Iowa State Senate
26 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party Third party
 
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Leader Bill Dix Pam Jochum David Johnson
Party Republican Democratic Independent
Leader's seat 25th 50th 1st
Last election 24 26 0[1]
Seats before 23[1] 26 1
Seats after 29 20 1
Seat change Increase6 Decrease6 Steady

President of the Senate before election

Pam Jochum
Democratic

Elected President of the Senate

Jack Whitver
Republican

The 2016 Iowa Senate election was held on November 8, 2016. The Senate seats for the twenty-five even-numbered districts were up for election. Senate terms are staggered such that half the membership is elected every two years, with each Senators serving a four-year term. Prior to the election, the Democrats were in the majority.

Senate composition

Affiliation Candidates Votes Vote % Seats Won Seats After
Republican 24 424,175 58.84% 19 (Increase6) 29
Democratic 20 274,439 38.07% 6 (Decrease6) 20
Libertarian 6 15,512 2.15% 0
Independent 1 6,755 0.94% 0 1
Total 51 720,881 100% 25 50

Results

The election took place on November 8, 2016. Candidate list[2] and results [3] from the Iowa Secretary of State.

District Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
2 Republican Randy Feenstra[4] Won re-election Republican Randy Feenstra 27,522 100%
4 Republican Dennis Guth Won re-election Republican Dennis Guth 18,359 60.7%
Democratic Susan Bangert 11,880 39.3%
6 Republican Mark Segebart Won re-election Republican Mark Segebart 20,223 83.3%
Libertarian Nick Serianni 4,044 16.7%
8 Democratic Michael Gronstal Lost re-election Republican Dan Dawson 12,379 54.1%
Democratic Michael Gronstal 10,510 45.9%
10 Republican Jake Chapman Won re-election Republican Jake Chapman 20,053 66.7%
Democratic Matt Paladino 10,006 33.3%
12 Republican Mark Costello Won re-election Republican Mark Costello 20,012 78.4%
Libertarian Don W. Brantz 5,524 21.6%
14 Republican Amy Sinclair Won re-election Republican Amy Sinclair 19,482 74.3%
Independent Ruth Smith 6,755 25.7%
16 Democratic Dick Dearden Retired Democratic Nate Boulton 14,046 60%
Republican Mike Pryor 8,114 34.7%
Libertarian Christopher Whiteing 1,254 5.3%
18 Democratic Janet Petersen Won re-election Democratic Janet Petersen 20,388 100%
20 Republican Brad Zaun Won re-election Republican Brad Zaun 22,431 59.5%
Democratic Miyoko Hikiji 15,238 40.5%
22 Republican Charles Schneider Won re-election Democratic Andrew Banes 15,343 44.1%
Republican Charles Schneider 19,413 55.9%
24 Republican Jerry Behn Won re-election Republican Jerry Behn 19,435 63.8%
Democratic Keith Puntenney 11,006 36.2%
26 Democratic Mary Jo Wilhelm Lost re-election Republican Waylon Brown 19,165 62.4%
Democratic Mary Jo Wilhelm 11,557 37.6%
28 Republican Michael Breitbach Won re-election Democratic Jan Heikes 10,823 36.1%
Republican Michael Breitbach 17,501 58.4%
Libertarian Troy Hageman 1,648 5.5%
30 Democratic Jeff Danielson Win re-election Democratic Jeff Danielson 19,568 58.7%
Republican Bonnie Sadler 13,754 41.3%
32 Democratic Brian Schoenjahn Lost re-election Republican Craig Johnson 18,641 60%
Democratic Brian Schoenjahn 12,441 40%
34 Democratic Liz Mathis Won re-election Democratic Liz Mathis 20,008 56.1%
Republican Rene Gadelha 15,673 43.9%
36 Democratic Steve Sodders Lost re-election Republican Jeff Edler 14,731 52.9%
Democratic Steve Sodders 13,111 47.1%
38 Republican Tim Kapucian Won re-election Republican Tim Kapucian 18,567 60%
Democratic Dennis Mathahs 10,524 34.1%
Libertarian John George 1,810 5.8%
40 Republican Ken Rozenboom Won re-election Republican Ken Rozenboom 23,768 100%
42 Democratic Rich Taylor Won re-election Republican Danny Graber 13,266 49.7%
Democratic Rich Taylor 13,434 50.3%
44 Democratic Thomas G. Courtney Lost re-election Republican Thomas A. Greene 14,410 52.6%
Democratic Thomas G. Courtney 13,000 47.4%
46 Democratic Chris Brase Lost re-election Republican Mark S. Lofgren 16,576 56.8%
Democratic Chris Brase 12,615 43.2%
48 Republican Dan Zumbach Won re-election Republican Dan Zumbach 20,065 62.9%
Democratic Scott Peterson 10,596 33.2%
Libertarian Brian W. Cook 1,232 3.9%
50 Democratic Pam Jochum Won re-election Democratic Pam Jochum 18,345 63.3%
Republican John Hulsizer Jr. 10,635 36.7%

See also

References

  1. ^ a b David Johnson (District 1) switched parties from Republican to "No Party" on June 7, 2016. [1]
  2. ^ "Candidate Listing by Office" (PDF). Iowa Secretary of State. Retrieved July 12, 2016.
  3. ^ "Results" (PDF). Iowa Secretary of State. December 9, 2016. Retrieved December 16, 2016.
  4. ^ Incumbent listing from "Members of the Iowa Senate: Eighty-Second General Assembly". Iowa General Assembly. Retrieved 2016-07-12.
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