St. Petersburg Times Online: Election 2000
Place an Ad Calendars Classified Forums Sports Weather

printer version

U.S. Senate winners

By Compiled by Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published November 9, 2000

Here are the winners in the races for U.S. Senate. The notation (i) signifies incumbent.

  • ARIZONA: Jon Kyl, GOP (i)
  • CALIFORNIA: Dianne Feinstein, Dem (i)
  • CONNECTICUT: Joseph Lieberman, Dem (i)
  • DELAWARE: Thomas Carper, Dem
  • FLORIDA: Bill Nelson, Dem
  • GEORGIA: Zell Miller, Dem (i)
  • HAWAII: Daniel Akaka, Dem (i)
  • INDIANA: Richard Lugar, GOP (i)
  • MAINE: Olympia Snowe, GOP (i)
  • MARYLAND: Paul Sarbanes, Dem (i)
  • MASSACHUSETTS: Edward Kennedy, Dem (i)
  • MICHIGAN: Debbie Stabenow, Dem
  • MINNESOTA: Mark Dayton, Dem
  • MISSISSIPPI: Trent Lott, GOP (i)
  • MISSOURI: Mel Carnahan, Dem
  • MONTANA: Conrad Burns, GOP (i)
  • NEBRASKA: Ben Nelson, Dem
  • NEVADA: John Ensign, GOP
  • NEW JERSEY: Jon Corzine, Dem
  • NEW MEXICO: Jeff Bingaman, Dem (i)
  • NEW YORK: Hillary Rodham Clinton, Dem
  • NORTH DAKOTA: Kent Conrad, Dem (i)
  • OHIO: Mike DeWine, GOP (i)
  • PENNSYLVANIA: Rick Santorum, GOP (i)
  • RHODE ISLAND: Lincoln Chafee, GOP (i)
  • TENNESSEE: Bill Frist, GOP (i)
  • TEXAS: Kay Bailey Hutchison, GOP (i)
  • UTAH: Orrin Hatch, GOP (i)
  • VERMONT: James Jeffords, GOP (i)
  • VIRGINIA: George Allen, GOP
  • WASHINGTON: Not called between Maria Cantwell, Dem, and Slade Gorton, GOP (i)
  • WEST VIRGINIA: Robert Byrd, Dem (i)
  • WISCONSIN: Herb Kohl, Dem (i)
  • WYOMING: Craig Thomas, GOP (i)

Back to Election 2000

Back to Top

© 2006 • All Rights Reserved • Tampa Bay Times
490 First Avenue South • St. Petersburg, FL 33701 • 727-893-8111
Special Links
Tim Nickens
The Presidential race
Florida races
Pinellas races
Hillsborough races
Pasco races
Hernando races
Citrus races

From the Times election desk


  • Recount begins as world watches
  • What a difference 12 hours makes
  • Voters statewide say they had poll troubles
  • Why the networks' call kept changing
  • Tired eyes watch over recount
  • Media rechecking their crystal balls
  • Wall Street joins nation in long wait
  • Election mania has everyone talking, waiting
  • Remarks by George W. Bush, Al Gore on the election returns
  • The victor must earn legitimacy by uniting
  • A Rather long night
  • Inside the Electoral College
  • Overseas ballots suddenly crucial
  • Presidential results
  • Election results
  • U.S. Senate winners
  • Governor winners
  • Election briefs
  • U.S. House winners
  • State

  • A night the Bushes won't forget
  • Funding for train mystifies officials
  • Capitol leaders predict less partisan session
  • Disclosure's role debated
  • Pinellas

  • Gore vote says GOP has edge, not a lock, in Pinellas County
  • Three recounts needed in fire district race
  • Vote shocks senior center's fans
  • Hillsborough

  • Gore won city; Bush swept the suburbs
  • Tired eyes watch over recount
  • House District 60 race won by smallest margin
  • Easterling says knocking on doors helped her win
  • To their regret, non-voters learn: It matters
  • So much to count, so little time
  • Pasco

  • Decision on sheriff brings prayers, tears
  • Cannon became his 'own worst enemy'
  • Recount gives a new name to fatigue: Chad
  • Cannon has only himself to blame for his downfall
  • Two new commissioners aren't passive
  • Hernando

  • Democrats: New force in Hernando
  • Voters discard politics of race in picking elections supervisor
  • All around the county, the election is the word
  • Recount dominates day after elections
  • Citrus

  • Citrus first in state to give results
  • Hickey hopes to mend rifts
  • Republicans fare well with Citrus voters
  • Recount blurs result in Crystal River race
  • Collector, appraiser victors are grateful
  • Election results
  • Votes hit close to home for these two
  • Activist was wild card in race
  • Results leave many befuddled
  • Council races hinged on past contretemps

  • From the AP
    national wire
  • Bush Pledges Iraq Arms Hunt Will Continue
  • 'Partial Birth' Abortion Ban Passes House