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Alaska Elections Alaska Alaska Senate seat held by Democrat Mark Begich -6
Arkansas Elections Arkansas Arkansas Senate seat held by Democrat Mark Pryor -7
Colorado Elections Colorado Colorado Senate seat held by Democrat Mark Udall -2
Georgia Elections Georgia Georgia Senate seat held by Republican Saxby Chambliss +1
Iowa Elections Iowa Iowa Senate seat held by Democrat Tom Harkin -2
Kansas Elections Kansas Kansas Senate seat held by Republican Pat Roberts -5
Kentucky Elections Kentucky Kentucky Senate seat held by Republican Mitch McConnell +10
Louisiana Elections Louisiana Louisiana Senate seat held by Democrat Mary Landrieu +8
Michigan Elections Michigan Michigan Senate seat held by Democrat Carl Levin +10
Minnesota Elections Minnesota Minnesota Senate seat held by Democrat Al Franken +13
Montana Elections Montana Montana Senate seat held by Democrat Max Baucus -18
New Hampshire Elections New Hampshire New Hampshire Senate seat held by Democrat Jeanne Shaheen +10
North Carolina Elections North Carolina North Carolina Senate seat held by Democrat Kay Hagan +1
South Dakota Elections South Dakota South Dakota Senate seat held by Democrat Tim Johnson -13.7
Virginia Elections Virginia Virginia Senate seat held by Democrat Mark Warner +13
West Virginia Elections West Virginia West Virginia Senate seat held by Democrat Jay Rockefeller -24














           
           
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Declared 2016 Independent Candidate Declared 2016 Independent Presidential Candidate
Computer Science and Political Studies expert

After living in nine different states, visiting twenty-nine countries all over the world, and living and studying in Africa for more than five years, the independent candidate Tami Stainfield is definitely an Anti-Globalist who has traveled the globe.  

Declared 2016 Independent Candidate Declared 2016 Independent Presidential Candidate
Citizen, entrepreneur, advocate for equal treatment for all

Samm Tittle is an advocate for everything that made America great. As an experienced entrepreneur, Tittle understands that when given a job and an equal playing field, an individual can achieve great things. As a citizen politician, she believes in truth in government and equal rights for all.  




Potential 2016 Republican Candidate Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from New Hampshire

The former New Hampshire Attorney General, who once served as chief of the homicide unit at the state’s Attorney General Office early in her career, is one of the brightest stars of the Republican Party. Senator Ayotte currently sits on five Senate Committees.  

Potential 2016 Republican Candidate Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
U.S. Representative from Minnesota

The three-term Republican Congresswoman from Minnesota started off her political career as a Democrat before switching to the Republican platform during her final year at Winona State. At one stage in the 2012 nomination race, she even led the polls!  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from California

The Brooklyn-born former journalist is a bullhorn for the liberal cause, with a long record of advocacy for the rights of minorities, women and children, and the environment. A Boxer presidential run would probably energize the liberal base in a way never seen before.  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Washington

One of the stars of the liberal movement, Senator Cantwell is a noted supporter of union workers and the environment. The three-term Indianapolis-born Senator currently chairs the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, as well as the Subcommittee on Energy and Aviation Operations.  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
Former U.S. Secretary of State, U.S. Senator and First Lady

The dynamics of the 2016 presidential election will largely hinge on the former First Lady's opening gambit. Several Democratic candidates have already alluded that their decisions will be based on Mrs. Clinton's own, a decision that even the GOP will be paying a close attention to.  

Potential 2016 Republican Candidate Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Governor of Oklahoma

Gov. Fallin created history in 2010 when she became Oklahoma's first-ever female governor. Sixteen years earlier, the former two-term member of the U.S. House of Representatives also became the state's first female Lieutenant Governor.  

Potential 2016 Republican Candidate Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Nebraska

The little known Nebraskan rancher shocked many after emerging victorious in the 2012 Senate election, defeating the state Attorney General, Jon Bruning, and Treasurer, Don Stenberg, in the Republican primaries, and Bob Kerrey, a former Nebraska governor, in the election proper.  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from New York

Described once as the “hottest member” of the Senate by Majority Leader Harry Reid, the conversationally fluent Mandarin-speaker was first selected to the Senate in 2009 by New York Gov. David Paterson to replace the outgoing Senator Hillary Clinton.  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
Governor of Washington

Raised by a single mother, the story of Gov. Gregoire’s journey from a young clerk in the state corrections department to her election as Governor of the 18th largest state in the nation - alongside her battle with breast cancer - is the stuff of a perfect Hallmark movie.  

Potential 2016 Republican Candidate Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Governor of South Carolina

Gov. Haley, the daughter of Indian immigrants, served three terms in the state legislature starting from 2004. In 2010, with the support of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin and the tea party, Gov. Haley was elected governor, the first ever woman to do so in South Carolina.  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
Attorney General of California

The Oakland-born Ms. Harris made history in 2003 when she became the first American Attorney General of Indian descent in the United States. Since then, Ms. Harris has been steadily gaining prominence within the progressive community with her principled stances on social issues.  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
Governor of New Hampshire

The former attorney left the cushy world of private practice to serve in the New Hampshire state legislature in 2004. By the end of her third term, she was elected the Majority Leader of the state senate. Two years later, the moderate Democrat was elected Governor of the state.  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Minnesota

Amy Klobuchar is a two-term Senator from Minnesota, the first woman from the state elected to the Senate. The 52-year old mother-of-one is a former county prosecutor and was partner at two of the largest law firms in Minnesota.  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Louisiana

The outspoken Virginia-born Senator is probably the most conservative Democrat in the Senate, and is frequently used as a legislative sounding board by her peers. Serving her third term in office, she currently chairs the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship.  

Potential 2016 Republican Candidate Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Governor of New Mexico

The former District Attorney for Doña Ana County created history when she was became the country’s first female Hispanic governor in 2011. Gov. Martinez, whose great-grandfather is Mexican freedom fighter Gen. Toribia Ortega, used to work as a security guard while in college.  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Missouri

Senator McCaskill’s fierce reelection battle against Republican Todd Akin is easily one of the most eventful in 2012. The 59-year old currently chairs the Subcommittee on Contracting Oversight, tasked with examining wartime contracting.  

Potential 2016 Green Party Candidate Potential 2016 Green Party Presidential Candidate
Former U.S. Representative from Georgia

The former Democrat became the first ever female Africa-American from Georgia to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives after being elected to represent the state's 4th District in 1996. She would go on to serve a total of six terms in the House.  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Washington

As co-chair of the bipartisan Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction, the four-term Senator from Washington is a key player in the Congressional economic debate - a sharp change from her pre-politics social and environmental activism.  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security

Ranked as the world's ninth most powerful woman by Forbes in 2012, the breast cancer survivor issued a record-breaking 115 vetoes during her two terms as Governor of Arizona. Her tenure received wide bipartisan praise, with Times magazine ranking her as one of America's Five Best Governors.  

Potential 2016 Republican Candidate Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former Governor of Alaska

The self-described “hockey mom” burst unto the national consciousness following her selection as the running mate of Sen. John McCain in the 2008 presidential election. Gov. Palin has since firmly established a reputation as one of the most influential conservative speakers today.  

Potential 2016 Republican Candidate Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former U.S. Secretary of State

Ms. Rice, who once dreamed about being a concert pianist, is one of the most polarizing national figures in recent years. The former Stanford professor, who had a supertanker named after her, is frequently described as former president George W. Bush's closest advisor.  

Potential 2016 Green Party Candidate Potential 2016 Green Party Presidential Candidate
Physician, Reformer, Environmental Activist

Jill Stein is no stranger to national politics. As the Green Party nominee in 2012, she understands the rigors of a national campaign. Stein is a fierce advocate for the environment and believes that investments in green issues can propel the American people and economy forward.  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Massachusetts

Prior to 2012, Senator Warren was best known as the spearhead behind the creation of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection. The former Harvard law professor, who currently sits in the Senate Banking Committee, was once named one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People.  




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