POLITICO Tiger Beat on the Potomac has a breakdown of the U.S. Senate race winners. Democrats had several senators retire this year. In all but one case in Michigan, they were replaced by Republicans. 2014 Election Results Senate: Map by State.
Alabama: Jeff Sessions (R) incumbent.
Alaska: Dan Sullivan (R) leads incumbent Mark Begich (D), 49% to 45.3%. Alaska takes a couple of weeks to count, the race is not called.
Arkansas: Tom Cotton (R) defeated incumbent Mark Pryor (D).
Colorado: Cory Gardner (R) defeated incumbent Mark Udall (D).
Delaware: Chris Coons (D) incumbent.
Georgia: David Perdue (R) will succeed Saxby Chamblis (R).
Hawaii: Brian Schatz (D), appointed to succeed Daniel Inouye in 2012, wins special eelction.
Idaho: James Risch (R) incumbent.
Illinois: Dick Durbin (D) incumbent.
Iowa: Joni Ernst (R) succeeds Tom Harkin (D).
Kansas: Pat Roberts (R) incumbent.
Kentucky: Mitch McConnell (R) incumbent.
Louisiana: Incumbent Mary Landrieu (D) and Bill Cassidy (R) are headed for a runoff election in early December. No relief from campaign ads in the bayou!
Maine: Susan Collins (R) incumbent.
Massachusetts: Ed Markey (D) incumbent.
Michigan: Gary Peters (D) will succeed Carl Levin (D).
Minnesota: Al Franken (D) incumbent.
Mississippi: Thad Cochran (R) incumbent.
Montana: Steve Daines (R) succeeds Max Baucus (D).
Nebraska: Ben Sasse (R) succeeds Mike Johanns (R).
New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen (D) incumbent.
New Jersey: Cory Booker (D) incumbent.
New Mexico: Tom Udall (D) incumbent.
North Carolina: Tom Tillis (R) defeated incumbent Kay Hagan (D).
Oklahoma: James Inhofe (R) incumbent. James Lankford (R) wins special election to succeed Tom Coburn (R).
Oregon: Jeff Merkley (D) incumbent.
Rhode Island: Jack Reed (D) incumbent.
South Carolina: Lindsey Graham (R) incumbent. Tim Scott (R), appointed to fill seat of Jim DeMint (R), wins special election.
South Dakota: Mike Rounds (R) succeeds Tim Johnson (D).
Tennessee: Lamar Alexander (R) incumbent.
Texas: John Cornyn (R) incumbent.
Virginia: Incumbent Mark Warner (D) narrowly leads Ed Gillespie (R). The race has not been called.
West Virginia: Shelley Moore Capito (R) succeeds Jay Rockefeller (D).
Wyoming: Mike Enzi (R) incumbent.