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SENATE RACES: DEMOCRATIC GAINS SLIMMED REPUBLICAN MAJORITY NEW SENATORS IN THE 115 TH CONGRESS (1) CALIFORNIA: State Attorney General Kamala Harris defeated Representative Loretta Sanchez in a contest
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SENATE RACES: DEMOCRATIC GAINS SLIMMED REPUBLICAN MAJORITY NEW SENATORS IN THE 115 TH CONGRESS (1) CALIFORNIA: State Attorney General Kamala Harris defeated Representative Loretta Sanchez in a contest between Democrats to replace retiring Democrat Barbara Boxer Harris ILLINOIS: Democratic Representative Tammy Duckworth defeated incumbent Mark Kirk to reclaim Obama s former seat Duckworth INDIANA: Republican Representative Todd Young defeated former Democratic Senator Evan Bayh, who was seeking to win the seat he gave up in 2010; incumbent Dan Coats retired Young NEW SENATORS IN THE 115TH CONGRESS (2) MARYLAND: Chris Van Hollen cruised to victory in Senate race against Republican State Delegate Kathy Szeliga and will replace long-serving Barbara Mikulski Van Hollen NEVADA: Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto, a former state official, beat Republican Representative Joe Heck to replace outgoing Minority Leader Harry Reid Cortez Masto NEW HAMPSHIRE: Democratic Governor Maggie Hassan defeated Kelly Ayotte, who was seeking a second term Hassan ONE RACE UNRESOLVED IN LOUISIANA 24 candidates appeared on the ballot in Louisiana s Senate race Two candidates topped the final result and will face off in a Dec. 10 runoff:» Republican John Kennedy, the state treasurer» Democrat Foster Campbell, a state utility regulator Kennedy Campbell Photo credits: Kennedy from campaign website, Campbell from Twitter page SENATE CHAIRMEN: ALL EMBATTLED CHAIRMEN WON; MAY RESUME ROLES NEXT YEAR Committee 114 th Congress Chairman Likely 115 th Chairman Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry Pat Roberts (Kansas) same Appropriations Thad Cochran (Miss.) same Armed Services John McCain (Ariz.) same Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs Richard Shelby (Ala.) term-limited as chairman Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) Budget Mike Enzi (Wyo.) same Commerce, Science & Transportation John Thune (S.D.) same Energy & Natural Resources Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) same Environment and Public Works Jim Inhofe (Okla.) John Barrasso (Wyo.) term-limited as chairman Finance Orrin Hatch (Utah) same Foreign Relations Bob Corker (Tenn.) same Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Lamar Alexander (Tenn.) same Homeland Security & Govt. Affairs Ron Johnson (Wis.) same Intelligence Richard Burr (N.C.) same Judiciary Charles Grassley (Iowa) same Rules and Administration Roy Blunt (Mo.) same Small Business & Entrepreneurship David Vitter (La.) retiring Jim Risch (Idaho) Veterans' Affairs Johnny Isakson (Ga.) same HOUSE: DEMOCRATS NARROWED GAP WITH GOP FRESHMEN MEMBERS OF THE 115 TH CONGRESS * Indicates a former member returning to Congress HOUSE COMMITTEES: NEW LEADERS WILL TAKE PLACE OF RETIRING, TERM-LIMITED MEMBERS Committee 114 th Congress Chairman Likely 115 th Chairman Agriculture Michael Conaway (Texas) Same Appropriations Hal Rogers (Ky.) term-limited Rodney Frelinghuysen (N.J.) Armed Services Mac Thornberry (Texas) Same Budget Tom Price (Ga.) Same Education and the Workforce John Kline (Minn.) retiring Virginia Foxx (N.C.) Energy and Commerce Fred Upton (Mich.) term-limited John Shimkus (Ill.) or Greg Walden (Ore.) Ethics Charlie Dent (Pa.) Same Financial Services Jeb Hensarling (Texas) Same Foreign Affairs Ed Royce (Calif.) Same Homeland Security Michael McCaul (Texas) Same Intelligence Devin Nunes (Calif.) Same Judiciary Bob Goodlatte (Va.) Same Natural Resources Rob Bishop (Utah) Same Oversight and Government Reform Jason Chaffetz (Utah) Same Rules Pete Sessions (Texas) Same Science, Space and Technology Lamar Smith (Texas) Same Small Business Steve Chabot (Ohio) Same Transportation and Infrastructure Bill Shuster (Pa.) Same Veterans Affairs Jeff Miller (Fla.) term-limited & retiring Ways and Means Kevin Brady (Texas) Same Gus Bilirakis (Fla.), Mike Coffman (Colo.), Doug Lamborn (Colo.) or Phil Roe (Tenn.) Note: This slide has been updated to show the correct home state of John Kline.
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