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2021 United States state legislative elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2021 United States state legislative elections

← 2020 November 2, 2021 2022 →

3 legislative chambers
2 states
  Majority party Minority party
 
Party Republican Democratic
Chambers before 60 38[a]
Chambers after TBD TBD

The 2021 United States state legislative elections will be held on November 2, 2021. Three legislative chambers in two states will hold regularly-scheduled elections. These off-year elections will coincide with other state and local elections, including gubernatorial elections in both states.

State summaries

New Jersey

All seats of the New Jersey Senate and the New Jersey General Assembly are up for election. In 2021, Senators are elected to two-year terms in single-member districts, while Assembly members are elected to two-year terms in two-member districts.[1] Democrats hold majority control in both chambers.

Virginia

All seats of the Virginia House of Delegates are up for election; the Virginia Senate will not hold regularly-scheduled elections in 2021. Delegates are elected to two-year terms in single-member districts. Democrats recently gained control of the House in 2019.[2]

House of Delegates
Party Before After Change
Democratic 55 TBD
Republican 45 TBD
Total 100 100

Special elections

Various states will hold special elections for legislative districts throughout the year.[3]

Alabama

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
House 33 Ronald Johnson Republican 2006 Incumbent died July 14, 2020 of liver cancer.[4]
New member elected January 19, 2021.
Republican hold.
Senate 26 David Burkette Democratic 2018 Incumbent resigned September 1, 2020 for private reasons.[6]
New member elected March 2, 2021.
Democratic hold.
  • Green tickY Kirk Hatcher (Democratic) 78.3%
  • William Green (Republican) 21.5%[7]
Senate 14 Cam Ward Republican 2010 Incumbent resigned December 7, 2020 to become the Director of the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles.[8]
New member to be elected July 13, 2021.
House 73 Matt Fridy Republican 2014 Incumbent resigned January 18, 2021 to join the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals.[9]
New member to be elected July 13, 2021.
  • Sheridan Black (Democratic)
  • Kenneth Paschal (Republican)
House 78 Kirk Hatcher Democratic 2018 Incumbent resigned March 3, 2021 to join the Alabama Senate.[10][11]
New member to be elected September 7, 2021.
  • Terance "Watchdog" Dawson (Democratic)
  • Kenyatté Hassell (Democratic)
  • Roderick L. Thornton (Democratic)
  • Donald "Don" Williams (Democratic)
  • Loretta G. Grant (Republican)

California

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
Senate 30 Holly Mitchell Democratic 2013
(special)
Incumbent resigned December 6, 2020 to join the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.[12]
New member elected March 2, 2021.
Democratic hold.
  • Green tickY Sydney Kamlager (Democratic) 68.7%
  • Daniel Lee (Democratic) 13.4%
  • Joe Lisuzzo (Republican) 6.3%
  • Cheryl C. Turner (Democratic) 5.4%
  • Tiffani Jones (Republican) 2.3%
  • Ernesto Huerta (Peace and Freedom) 2.2%
  • Renita Duncan (Independent) 1.8%[13]
Assembly 79 Shirley Weber Democratic 2012 Incumbent resigned January 29, 2021 to become Secretary of State of California.[14]
New member elected April 6, 2021.
Democratic hold.
  • Green tickY Akilah Weber (Democratic) 52.0%
  • Marco Contreras (Republican) 33.4%
  • Leticia Munguia (Democratic) 8.2%
  • Shane Suzanne Parmely (Democratic) 5.1%
  • Aeiramique Glass Blake (Democratic) 1.3%[15]
Assembly 54 Sydney Kamlager Democratic 2018
(special)
Incumbent resigned March 11, 2021 to join the State Senate.[16]
New member elected May 18, 2021.
Democratic hold.
  • Green tickY Isaac Bryan (Democratic) 50.8%
  • Heather Hutt (Democratic) 24.9%
  • Cheryl C. Turner (Democratic) 9.6%
  • Dallas Fowler (Democratic) 7.7%
  • Bernard Senter (No party preference) 4.0%
  • Samuel Robert Morales (Democratic) 3.1%[17]
Assembly 18 Rob Bonta Democratic 2012 Incumbent resigned April 22, 2021 to become Attorney General of California.[18]
New member to be elected June 29, 2021 with a runoff on August 31 if necessary.
  • James Aguilar (Democratic)
  • Victor Aguilar (Democratic)
  • Mia Bonta (Democratic)
  • Joel Britton (No party preference)
  • Eugene Canson (Democratic)
  • Janani Ramachandran (Democratic)
  • Stephen Slauson (Republican)
  • Malia Vella (Democratic)

Connecticut

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
Senate 27 Carlo Leone Democratic 2011
(special)
Incumbent resigned January 5, 2021 to become Senior ConnDOT advisor.[19]
New member elected March 2, 2021.
Democratic hold.
  • Green tickY Patricia Miller (Democratic) 59.5%
  • Joshua Esses (Republican) 39.4%
  • Brian Merlen (Independent) 1.1%[20]
House 112 J. P. Sredzinski Republican 2014 Incumbent resigned February 17, 2021 for private reasons.[21]
New member elected April 13, 2021.
Republican hold.
  • Green tickY Tony Scott (Republican) 53.2%
  • Nicholas Kapoor (Democratic) 46.1%
  • William Furrier (Independent) 0.7%[22]

Georgia

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
House 90 Pam Stephenson Democratic 2002 Incumbent resigned September 10, 2020.[23]
New member elected March 9, 2021.
Democratic hold.

Iowa

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
Senate 41 Mariannette Miller-Meeks Republican 2018 Incumbent resigned January 2, 2021 to become a U.S. Representative.[25]
New member elected January 26, 2021.
Republican hold.

Louisiana

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
House 82 Charles Henry Republican 2019 Incumbent resigned January 12, 2021 for private reasons.[27]
New member elected April 24, 2021.
Republican hold.
  • Green tickY Laurie Schlegel (Republican) 51.9%
  • Edwin Connick (Republican) 48.1%[28]
Senate 7 Troy Carter Democratic 2015 Incumbent resigned May 11, 2021 to become a U.S. Representative.[29]
New member to be elected June 12, 2021.

Maine

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
Senate 14 Shenna Bellows Democratic 2016 Incumbent resigned December 2, 2020 to become Secretary of State of Maine.[31]
New member elected March 9, 2021.
Democratic hold.

Massachusetts

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
House Suffolk 19 Robert DeLeo Democratic 1991 Incumbent resigned December 29, 2020 to work at Northeastern University.[33]
New member elected March 30, 2021.
Democratic hold.
  • Green tickY Jeffrey Turco (Democratic) 66.5%
  • Richard Fucillo (Independent) 16.9%
  • Paul Caruccio (Republican) 16.6%[34]

Michigan

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
Senate 8 Peter Lucido Republican 2018 Incumbent resigned January 1, 2021 to become Macomb County Prosecutor.[35]
New member to be elected November 2, 2021.
  • TBA
Senate 28 Peter MacGregor Republican 2014 Incumbent resigned January 1, 2021 to become Kent County Treasurer.[36]
New member to be elected November 2, 2021.
  • TBA

Missouri

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
House 45 Kip Kendrick Democratic 2014 Incumbent resigned January 6, 2021 to become Senator Greg Razer's chief of staff.[37]
New member elected April 6, 2021.
Democratic hold.
  • Green tickY David Smith (Democratic) 75.2%
  • Glenn Nielsen (Libertarian) 24.8%[38]

New Hampshire

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
House Hillsborough 21 Dick Hinch Republican 2008 Incumbent died December 9, 2020 of COVID-19.[39]
New member elected April 13, 2021.
Republican hold.
  • Green tickY Bill Boyd (Republican) 53.0%
  • Wendy Thomas (Democratic) 44.9%
  • Stephen Hollenberg (Independent) 2.2%[40]
House Merrimack 23 Samantha Fox Democratic 2018 Incumbent resigned January 12, 2021.[41]
New member elected June 8, 2021.
Democratic hold.
  • Green tickY Muriel Hall (Democratic) 57.9%
  • Christopher Lins (Republican) 42.1%[42]

Oklahoma

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
Senate 22 Stephanie Bice Republican 2014 Incumbent resigned December 31, 2020 to become a U.S. Representative.[43]
New member elected April 6, 2021.
Republican hold.

Pennsylvania

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
House 59 Mike Reese Republican 2008 Incumbent died January 2, 2021 of a brain aneurysm.[45]
New member elected May 18, 2021.
Republican hold.
  • Green tickY Leslie Rossi (Republican) 65.0%
  • Mariah Fisher (Democratic) 32.5%
  • Robb Luther (Libertarian) 2.5%[46]
Senate 48 Dave Arnold Republican 2020
(special)
Incumbent died January 17, 2021 of brain cancer.[47]
New member elected May 18, 2021.
Republican hold.
  • Green tickY Chris Gebhard (Republican) 62.0%
  • Gavin Clements (Democratic) 30.2%
  • Ed Krebs (Independent) 4.8%
  • Timothy McMaster (Libertarian) 3.0%[48]
Senate 22 John Blake Democratic 2010 Incumbent resigned February 15, 2021 to take a position under U.S. Rep. Matt Cartwright.[49]
New member elected May 18, 2021.
Democratic hold.
  • Green tickY Martin Flynn (Democratic) 51.2%
  • Chris Chermak (Republican) 38.5%
  • Marlene Sebastianelli (Green) 9.2%
  • Nathan Covington (Libertarian) 1.2%[50]
House 60 Jeff Pyle Republican 2004 Incumbent resigned March 16, 2021 and retired for health reasons.[51]
New member elected May 18, 2021.
Republican hold.
  • Green tickY Abby Major (Republican) 72.6%
  • Frank Prazenica (Democratic) 23.3%
  • Andrew Hreha (Libertarian) 4.1%[52]

Texas

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
House 68 Drew Springer Republican 2012 Incumbent resigned January 6, 2021 to join the Texas Senate.[53]
New member elected February 23, 2021.
Republican hold.[54]

Virginia

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates[56]
House 90 Joseph Lindsey Democratic 2014
(special)
Incumbent retired on November 10, 2020.[57]
New member elected January 5, 2021.
Democratic hold.
House 2 Jennifer Carroll Foy Democratic 2017 Incumbent retired December 12, 2020.[59]
New member elected January 5, 2021.
Democratic hold.
Senate 38 Ben Chafin Republican 2014
(special)
Incumbent died January 1, 2021 of COVID-19.[61]
New member elected March 23, 2021.
Republican hold.

Wisconsin

District Incumbent This race
Chamber No. Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
Senate 13 Scott L. Fitzgerald Republican 1994 Incumbent resigned January 1, 2021 to become a U.S. Representative.[63]
New member elected April 6, 2021.
Republican hold.
Assembly 89 John Nygren Republican 2006 Incumbent resigned December 2, 2020 to take job in private sector.[65]
New member elected April 6, 2021.
Republican hold.
Assembly 37 John Jagler Republican 2013 Incumbent resigned April 23, 2021 to join the Wisconsin Senate.[66]
New member to be elected July 13, 2021.
  • TBA

Notes

  1. ^ The Alaska House of Representatives is controlled by a coalition of Democrats, Republicans, and independents. The minority caucus consists of Republicans who are not part of the majority coalition.

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