Your IP: 54.224.133.198 United States Near: United States

Lookup IP Information

Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next

Below is the list of all allocated IP address in 249.131.0.0 - 249.131.255.255 network range, sorted by latency.

United States Senate elections, 1954 1952 ← November 2, 1954 → 1956 38 of the 96 seats in the United States Senate 49 seats needed for a majority   Majority party Minority party   Leader Lyndon Johnson Bill Knowland Party Democratic Republican Leader's seat Texas California Last election 47 seats 48 seats Seats before 46 49 Seats won 48 47 Seat change +2 -2   Republican holds   Republican pickups   Democratic holds   Democratic pickups Majority Leader before election Bill Knowland Republican Elected Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson Democratic The U.S. Senate election of 1954 was a midterm election in the first term of Dwight D. Eisenhower's presidency. Eisenhower's Republican party lost a net of two seats to the Democratic opposition. This small change was enough to give Democrats control of the chamber, which they went on to hold until 1980. Democrats defeated incumbents John S. Cooper (R-KY), Homer Ferguson (R-MI), Ernest S. Brown (R-NV), and Guy Cordon (R-OR), and took an open seat in Wyoming. Republicans took the seats of incumbents Guy M. Gillette (D-IA) and Thomas A. Burke (D-OH), and took an open seat in Colorado. Complete list of contests State Incumbent Party Result Other candidates Alabama John Sparkman Democratic Re-elected John Sparkman (D), 82.5% J. Foy Guin, Jr. (R), 17.5% Arkansas John L. McClellan Democratic Re-elected John L. McClellan (D), unopposed California Class 3: Special Thomas Kuchel, (appointee) Republican Elected to full term Thomas Kuchel (R), 53.2% Samuel W. Yorty (D), 45.5% Isobel M. Cerney (Independent-Progressive), 1.2% Colorado Edwin C. Johnson Democratic Retired Republican gain Gordon Allott (R), 51.3% John A. Carroll (D), 48.7% Delaware J. Allen Frear, Jr. Democratic Re-elected J. Allen Frear, Jr. (D), 56.9% Herbert B. Warburton (R), 43.1% Georgia Richard Russell, Jr. Democratic Re-elected Richard Russell, Jr. (D), unopposed Idaho Henry C. Dworshak Republican Re-elected Henry C. Dworshak (R), 62.8% Glen H. Taylor (D), 37.2% Illinois Paul Douglas Democratic Re-elected Paul Douglas (D), 53.6% Joseph T. Meek (R), 46.4% Iowa Guy M. Gillette Democratic Lost re-election Republican gain Thomas E. Martin (R), 52.2% Guy M. Gillette (D), 47.5% Ernest Seemann (Republicsons), 0.3% Kansas Andrew F. Schoeppel Republican Re-elected Andrew F. Schoeppel (R), 56.3% George McGill (D), 41.8% David C. White (Prohibition), 1.8% Kentucky John S. Cooper Republican Lost re-election Democratic gain Alben W. Barkley (D), 54.5% John S. Cooper (R), 45.5% Louisiana Allen J. Ellender Democratic Re-elected Allen J. Ellender (D), unopposed Maine Margaret C. Smith Republican Re-elected Margaret C. Smith (R), 58.6% Paul A. Fullam (D), 41.4% Massachusetts Leverett Saltonstall Republican Re-elected Leverett Saltonstall (R), 50.5% Foster Furcolo (D), 49.0% Michigan Homer Ferguson Republican Lost re-election Democratic gain Patrick V. McNamara (D), 50.8% Homer Ferguson (R), 48.9% Minnesota Hubert Humphrey Democratic Re-elected Hubert Humphrey (D), 56.4% Val Bjornson (R), 42.1% Mississippi James O. Eastland Democratic Re-elected James O. Eastland (D), unopposed Montana James E. Murray Democratic Re-elected James E. Murray (D), 50.4% Wesley A. D'Ewart (R), 49.6% Nebraska Class 1: Special Samuel W. Reynolds, (appointee) Republican Appointee retired Republican hold Roman L. Hruska (R), 60.9% James F. Green (D), 39.1% Nebraska Class 2 Hazel H. Abel Republican Retired Republican hold Carl T. Curtis (R), 61.1% Keith Neville (D), 38.9% Nevada Class 3: Special Ernest S. Brown, (appointee) Republican Lost election to full term Democratic gain Alan Bible (D), 58.1% Ernest S. Brown (R), 41.9% New Hampshire Class 2 Styles Bridges Republican Re-elected Styles Bridges (R), 60.2% Gerard L. Morin (D), 39.8% New Hampshire Class 3: Special Robert W. Upton, (appointee) Republican Lost nomination to full term Republican hold Norris Cotton (R), 60.2% Stanley J. Betley (D), 39.8% New Jersey Robert C. Hendrickson Republican Retired Republican hold Clifford P. Case (R), 48.7% Charles R. Howell (D), 48.5% New Mexico Clinton P. Anderson Democratic Re-elected Clinton P. Anderson (D), 57.3% Edwin L. Mechem (R), 42.7% North Carolina Class 2 Alton Asa Lennon Democratic Lost renomination Democratic hold William Kerr Scott (D), 65.9% Paul C. West (R), 34.1% North Carolina Class 3: Special Sam Ervin, (appointee) Democratic Elected to full term Sam Ervin (D), unopposed Ohio Class 3: Special Thomas A. Burke, (appointee) Democratic Lost election to full term Republican gain Thomas A. Burke (D), 50.1% George H. Bender (R), 49.9% Oklahoma Robert S. Kerr Democratic Re-elected Robert S. Kerr (D), 55.8% Fred M. Mock (R), 43.7% George V. Fried (Independent), 0.3% George H. Brasier (Independent), 0.2% Oregon Guy Cordon Republican Lost re-election Democratic gain Richard L. Neuberger (D), 50.2% Guy Cordon (R), 49.8% Rhode Island Theodore F. Green Democratic Re-elected Theodore F. Green (D), 59.3% Walter I. Sundlun (R), 40.7% South Carolina Charles E. Daniel, (appointee) Democratic Appointee retired Democratic hold Strom Thurmond (ID), 63.1%, write-in Edgar A. Brown (D), 36.8% South Dakota Karl E. Mundt Republican Re-elected Karl E. Mundt (R), 57.3% Kenneth Holum (D), 42.7% Tennessee Estes Kefauver Democratic Re-elected Estes Kefauver (D), 70.0% Tom Wall (R), 30.0% Texas Lyndon B. Johnson Democratic Re-elected Lyndon B. Johnson (D), 84.6% Carlos G. Watson (R), 14.9% Fred Spangler (Constitution Party), 0.5% Virginia A. Willis Robertson Democratic Re-elected A. Willis Robertson (D), 79.9% Charles W. Lewis, Jr. (Independent-Democrat), 10.7% Clarke T. Robb (Virginia Social Democrat), 9.4% West Virginia Matthew M. Neely Democratic Re-elected Matthew M. Neely (D), 54.8% Thomas Sweeney (R), 45.2% Wyoming Edward D. Crippa Republican Retired Democratic gain Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D), 51.5% William H. Harrison (R), 48.5% Senate composition before and after elections Senate Composition at the end of the 83rd Congress   Senate Composition at the beginning of the 84th Congress   D D D D D D D D   D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D I D D D D D D D D D D R R R R R R R R R R I R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R   R R R R R R R R   Color Key: D = Democratic I = Independent R = Republican See also United States House of Representatives elections, 1954 v · d · e United States Senate elections Pre-17th Amendment 1788 · 1790 · 1792 · 1794 · 1796 · 1798 · 1800 · 1802 · 1804 · 1806 · 1808 · 1810 · 1812 · 1814 · 1816 · 1818 · 1820 · 1822 · 1824 · 1826 · 1828 · 1830 · 1832 · 1834 · 1836 · 1838 · 1840 · 1842 · 1844 · 1846 · 1848 · 1850 · 1852 · 1854 · 1856 · 1858 · 1860 · 1862 · 1864 · 1866 · 1868 · 1870 · 1872 · 1874 · 1876 · 1878 · 1880 · 1882 · 1884 · 1886 · 1888 · 1890 · 1892 · 1894 · 1896 · 1898 · 1900 · 1902 · 1904 · 1906 · 1908 · 1910 · 1912 Post-17th Amendment 1914 · 1916 · 1918 · 1920 · 1922 · 1924 · 1926 · 1928 · 1930 · 1932 · 1934 · 1936 · 1938 · 1940 · 1942 · 1944 · 1946 · 1948 · 1950 · 1952 · 1954 · 1956 · 1958 · 1960 · 1962 · 1964 · 1966 · 1968 · 1970 · 1972 · 1974 · 1976 · 1978 · 1980 · 1982 · 1984 · 1986 · 1988 · 1990 · 1992 · 1994 · 1996 · 1998 · 2000 · 2002 · 2004 · 2006 · 2008 · 2010 · 2012 · 2014 · 2016 Others: Special elections · Disputes · See also: House elections · Presidential elections · Gubernatorial elections