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2020 Kansas Senate election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2020 Kansas Senate election

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40 seats from the Kansas Senate
21 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
 
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Leader Susan Wagle
(retired)
Anthony Hensley
(lost re-election)
Party Republican Democratic
Leader's seat 30th District 19th district
Seats before 29 11
Seats after 29 11
Seat change Steady Steady
Popular vote 817,169 477,582
Percentage 63.11% 36.89%

President of the Senate before election

Susan Wagle
Republican

Elected President of the Senate

Ty Masterson
Republican

The 2020 Kansas Senate election took place as part of the biennial 2020 United States elections. Kansas voters elected state senators in all of the state's 40 senate districts.

Retirements

Four incumbents did not run for re-election in 2020. Those incumbents are:

Republicans

  1. District 8: Jim Denning: Retiring
  2. District 30: Susan Wagle: Retiring

Democrats

  1. District 7: Barbara Bollier: Retiring
  2. District 18: Vic Miller: Retiring

Incumbents defeated

In primary elections

Republicans

Seven Republicans lost renomination.

  1. District 11: John Skubal lost renomination to Kellie Warren.
  2. District 14: Bruce Givens lost renomination to Michael Fagg.
  3. District 15: Dan Goddard lost renomination to Virgil Peck Jr..
  4. District 20: Eric Rucker lost renomination to Brenda Dietrich.
  5. District 24: Randall Hardy lost renomination to J. R. Claeys.
  6. District 33: Mary Jo Taylor lost renomination to Alicia Straub.
  7. District 34: Ed Berger lost renomination to Mark Steffen.

In the general election

Republican

  1. District 5: Kevin Braun lost to Jeff Pittman.

Democratic

  1. District 19: Anthony Hensley lost to Rick Kloos.

Predictions

Source Ranking As of
The Cook Political Report[1] Likely R October 21, 2020

Results summary

Summary of the November 3, 2020 Kansas Senate election results
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Party Candidates Votes Seats
No. % Before Up Won After +/–
Republican 39 817,169 63.11% 29 29 29 29 Steady
Democratic 30 477,582 36.89% 11 11 11 11 Steady
Total 1,294,751 100.0% 40 40 40 40 Steady
Source: [2][3]
Popular vote
Republican
63.11%
Democratic
36.89%
Senate seats
Republican
72.5%
Democratic
27.5%

Summary of results by State Senate District

State Senate District[4] Incumbent Party Elected Senator Party
Kansas 1 Dennis Pyle Rep Dennis Pyle Rep
Kansas 2 Marci Francisco Dem Marci Francisco Dem
Kansas 3 Tom Holland Dem Tom Holland Dem
Kansas 4 David Haley Dem David Haley Dem
Kansas 5 Kevin Braun Rep Jeff Pittman Dem
Kansas 6 Pat Pettey Dem Pat Pettey Dem
Kansas 7 Barbara Bollier Dem Ethan Corson Dem
Kansas 8 Jim Denning Rep Cindy Holscher Dem
Kansas 9 Julia Lynn Rep Beverly Gossage Rep
Kansas 10 Mike Thompson Rep Mike Thompson Rep
Kansas 11 John Skubal* Rep Kellie Warren Rep
Kansas 12 Caryn Tyson Rep Caryn Tyson Rep
Kansas 13 Richard Hilderbrand Rep Richard Hilderbrand Rep
Kansas 14 Bruce Givens* Rep Michael Fagg Rep
Kansas 15 Dan Goddard* Rep Virgil Peck Jr. Rep
Kansas 16 Ty Masterson Rep Ty Masterson Rep
Kansas 17 Jeff Longbine Rep Jeff Longbine Rep
Kansas 18 Vic Miller Dem Kristen O'Shea Rep
Kansas 19 Anthony Hensley Dem Rick Kloos Rep
Kansas 20 Eric Rucker* Rep Brenda Dietrich Rep
Kansas 21 Dinah Sykes Dem Dinah Sykes Dem
Kansas 22 Tom Hawk Dem Tom Hawk Dem
Kansas 23 Robert S. Olson Rep Robert S. Olson Rep
Kansas 24 Randall Hardy* Rep J. R. Claeys Rep
Kansas 25 Mary Ware Dem Mary Ware Dem
Kansas 26 Dan Kerschen Rep Dan Kerschen Rep
Kansas 27 Gene Suellentrop Rep Gene Suellentrop Rep
Kansas 28 Mike Petersen Rep Mike Petersen Rep
Kansas 29 Oletha Faust-Goudeau Dem Oletha Faust-Goudeau Dem
Kansas 30 Susan Wagle Rep Renee Erickson Rep
Kansas 31 Carolyn McGinn Rep Carolyn McGinn Rep
Kansas 32 Larry Alley Rep Larry Alley Rep
Kansas 33 Mary Jo Taylor* Rep Alicia Straub Rep
Kansas 34 Ed Berger* Rep Mark Steffen Rep
Kansas 35 Rick Wilborn Rep Rick Wilborn Rep
Kansas 36 Elaine Bowers Rep Elaine Bowers Rep
Kansas 37 Molly Baumgardner Rep Molly Baumgardner Rep
Kansas 38 Bud Estes Rep Bud Estes Rep
Kansas 39 John Doll Rep John Doll Rep
Kansas 40 Rick Billinger Rep Rick Billinger Rep

References

  1. ^ "October Overview: Handicapping the 2020 State Legislature Races". The Cook Political Report. Retrieved November 1, 2020.
  2. ^ "Kansas Elections Results". Associated Press.
  3. ^ "2020 General Election - Official Vote Totals" (PDF). Kansas Secretary of State. Retrieved December 2, 2020.
  4. ^ "Kansas State Senate elections, 2020". Ballotpedia.

External links

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