Who are the candidates for US Senate from Virginia?
2020 United States Senate election in Virginia
|Nominee||Mark Warner||Daniel Gade|
Who did Marco Rubio run against in 2010?
2010 United States Senate election in Florida
|Nominee||Marco Rubio||Charlie Crist|
Who held the Senate in 2010?
2010 United States Senate elections
|Leader||Harry Reid||Mitch McConnell|
Who is the Democratic Senator for Virginia?
Virginia’s current Senators are Democrats Mark Warner and Tim Kaine.
What are the Senate districts in Virginia?
|1||T. Montgomery “Monty” Mason|
|2||Mamie E. Locke|
|3||Thomas K. Norment, Jr.|
|4||Ryan T. McDougle|
Who was the FL governor in 2010?
Elected Governor Despite mixed to unfavorable ratings, Rick Scott benefited greatly from the midterm GOP wave in which Republicans made significant gains across the country. Scott was one of six Republican gubernatorial pick-ups nationwide (counting Crist as an Independent).
Who is Rick Scott in Florida?
Richard Lynn Scott (né Myers, born December 1, 1952) is an American politician and businessman serving as the junior United States senator from Florida since 2019. A member of the Republican Party, he was the 45th governor of Florida from 2011 to 2019.
Who controlled Senate in 2011?
Congress Overview Democrats controlled the 111th Congress (2009–2011) with majorities in both houses of Congress alongside the country’s first African-American president, Democrat Barack Obama.
Who was Senate Majority Leader in 2011?
About Parties and Leadership | Majority and Minority Leaders
|111th Congress (2009–2011)||Harry Reid (D-NV)|
|112th Congress (2011–2013)||Harry Reid (D-NV)|
|113th Congress (2013–2015)||Harry Reid (D-NV)|
|114th Congress (2015–2017)||Mitch McConnell (R-KY)|
Who controlled the Senate in 2014?
The 2014 elections gave the Republicans control of the Senate and the House for the first time since the 109th Congress. With 248 seats in the House of Representatives and 54 seats in the Senate, this Congress began with the largest Republican majority since the 71st Congress of 1929–1931.