2020 Sierran Senate elections

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2020 Sierran Senate elections

← 2018 May 1, 2020 2022 →

26 of the 76 regular seats (Class 1) in the Sierran Senate
(and 13 at-large commissioned senators)

63 seats needed for a majority
Registered 38,938,027
Turnout 29,444,143

  Majority party Minority party Third party
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Leader Marcus Gutierrez Malcolm Siegel Paris Stride
Party Royalist Democratic-Republican Social Democrats
Leader since October 18, 2017 October 16, 2018 May 6, 2016
Leader's seat Washumko Flagstaff San Francisco
Last election 55 43 8
Seats before 51 47 10
Seats after 30 45 25
Seat change Decrease 21 Decrease 2 Increase 15
Popular vote 9,881,454 10,744,167 2,973,858
Percentage 33.56% 36.49% 10.01%
Swing Decrease 17.89 pp Decrease 3.11 pp Increase 0.50%
Seats up 8 11 0
Races won 8 9 2

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Results of the 2020 Sierran Senate elections:
     Royalist hold      Democratic-Republican hold
     Libertarian hold      Social Democratic gain      Christian Democratic gain
     Green hold      Hawaiian Sovereignty hold      No election

Majority Leader before election

Marcus Gutierrez
Royalist

Elected Majority Leader

Malcolm Siegel
Democratic-Republican

The 2020 Sierran Senate elections were held on Friday, May 1, 2020. 26 of the 76 regular seats of the Senate were contested while 13 at-large commissioned senators were also conditionally contested, based on the results of the concurrent House elections. The winners, aside from the at-large commissioned senators, were elected to approximately six-year terms.

Partisan composition[edit]

Results summary[edit]

Change in composition[edit]

Before the elections[edit]

After the federal elections[edit]

Race summary[edit]

Closest races[edit]

Apache[edit]

Central Valley[edit]

Clark[edit]

Cornerstone[edit]

Emery[edit]

Eureka[edit]

Flagstaff[edit]

Gold Coast[edit]

Inland Empire[edit]

Iron[edit]

Kamehameha[edit]

Kings[edit]

Maricopa[edit]

Maui[edit]

Mohave[edit]

Plumas[edit]

Reno[edit]

San Joaquin[edit]

Santa Clara[edit]

Shasta[edit]

Sonora[edit]

Tahoe[edit]

Wasatch[edit]

Washumko[edit]

West Leewards[edit]

Zion[edit]

See also[edit]