Senators by State

  1. Alabama—Richard C. Shelby and Doug Jones
  2. Alaska—Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan
  3. Arizona—John McCain and Jeff Flake
  4. Arkansas—John Boozman and Tom Cotton
  5. California—Dianne Feinstein and Kamala D. Harris
  6. Colorado—Michael F. Bennet and Cory Gardner
  7. Connecticut—Richard Blumenthal and Christopher Murphy
  8. Delaware—Thomas R. Carper and Christopher A. Coons
  9. Florida—Bill Nelson and Marco Rubio
  10. Georgia—Johnny Isakson and David Perdue
  11. Hawaii—Brian Schatz and Mazie K. Hirono
  12. Idaho—Mike Crapo and James E. Risch
  13. Illinois—Richard J. Durbin and Tammy Duckworth
  14. Indiana—Joe Donnelly and Todd Young
  15. Iowa—Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst
  16. Kansas—Pat Roberts and Jerry Moran
  17. Kentucky—Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul
  18. Louisiana—Bill Cassidy and John Kennedy
  19. Maine—Susan M. Collins and ANGUS S. KING, JR.
  20. Maryland—Benjamin L. Cardin and Chris Van Hollen
  21. Massachusetts—Elizabeth Warren and Edward J. Markey
  22. Michigan—Debbie Stabenow and Gary C. Peters
  23. Minnesota—Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith
  24. Mississippi—Roger F. Wicker and Cindy Hyde-Smith
  25. Missouri—Claire McCaskill and Roy Blunt
  26. Montana—Jon Tester and Steve Daines
  27. Nebraska—Deb Fischer and Ben Sasse
  28. Nevada—Dean Heller and Catherine Cortez Masto
  29. New Hampshire—Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan
  30. New Jersey—Robert Menendez and Cory A. Booker
  31. New Mexico—Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich
  32. New York—Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten E. Gillibrand
  33. North Carolina—Richard Burr and Thom Tillis
  34. North Dakota—John Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp
  35. Ohio—Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman
  36. Oklahoma—James M. Inhofe and James Lankford
  37. Oregon—Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley
  38. Pennsylvania—Robert P. Casey, Jr., and Patrick J. Toomey
  39. Rhode Island—Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse
  40. South Carolina—Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott
  41. South Dakota—John Thune and Mike Rounds
  42. Tennessee—Lamar Alexander and Bob Corker
  43. Texas—John Cornyn and Ted Cruz
  44. Utah—Orrin G. Hatch and Mike Lee
  45. Vermont—Patrick J. Leahy and BERNARD SANDERS
  46. Virginia—Mark R. Warner and Tim Kaine
  47. Washington—Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell
  48. West Virginia—Joe Manchin III and Shelley Moore Capito
  49. Wisconsin—Ron Johnson and Tammy Baldwin
  50. Wyoming—Michael B. Enzi and John Barrasso