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Last Updated August 31, 2004

Open Governors Races in 2004
2 Democrats - 2 Republican
  1. Jim McGreevey (D-NJ) Resigning 11/15/04
  2. Gary Locke (D-WA) Retiring
  3. Bob Wise (D-WV) Retiring
  1. Judy Martz (R-MT) Retiring
  2. Olene Walker (R-UT) Denied Nomination
  3. John G. Rowland (R-CT) Resigned
    and replace by Jodi Rell

Open Territorial Governors Races in 2004
0 Democrats - 0 Republicans - 1 Popular Democratic
  1. Sila Maria Calderón (PD-PR) retiring

Open Senate Races in 2004
5 Democrats - 3 Republicans
  1. Bob Graham (D-FL) retiring
  2. Zell Miller (D-GA) retiring
  3. John Breaux (D-LA) retiring
  4. John Edwards (D-NC) ran for President
  5. Fritz Hollings (D-SC) retiring
  1. Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R-CO) retiring
  2. Peter Fitzgerald (R-IL) retiring
  3. Don Nickles (R-OK) retiring

Open House Races in 2004
15 Democrats - 19 Republicans - 1 Popular Democratic
  1. Cal Dooley (D-CA-20) retiring
  2. Denise Majette (D-GA-4) running for Senate
  3. Peter Deutsch (D-FL-20) running for Senate
  4. Bill Lipinski (D-IL-3) retiring
  5. Ken Lucas (D-KY-4) retiring

  6. Chris John (D-LA-7) running for Senate
  7. Dick Gephardt (D-MO-3) ran for President
  8. Karen McCarthy (D-MO-5) retiring
  9. Frank Ballance (D-NC-1) resigned 6/11/04
  10. Brad Carson (D-OK-2) running Senate

  11. Joe Hoeffel (D-PA-13) running for Senate
  12. Jim Turner (D-TX-2) district eliminated
  13. Chris Bell (D-TX-9) defeated in Primary
  14. Ciro Rodriguez (D-TX-28) defeated in Primary
  15. Jerry Kleczka (D-WI-4) retiring
  1. Anibal Acevedo-Vilá (PD-PR) running for Governor
  1. Douglas Ose (R-CA-3) retiring
  2. Scott McInnis (R-CO-3) retiring
  3. Porter Goss (R-FL-14) retiring
  4. Johnny Isakson (R-GA-6) running for Senate
  5. Mac Collins (R-GA-8) running for Senate

  6. David Vitter (R-LA-1) running for Senate
  7. Billy Tauzin (R-LA-3) resigning
  8. Nick Smith (R-MI-7) retiring
  9. Doug Bereuter (R-NE-1) resigning 8/31/04
  10. Richard Burr (R-NC-5) running for Senate

  11. Cass Ballenger (R-NC-10) retiring
  12. Jack Quinn (R-NY-27) retiring
  13. Amo Houghton (R-NY-29) retiring
  14. Jim Greenwood (R-PA-8) resigned
  15. Pat Toomey (R-PA-15) running for Senate

  16. Jim DeMint (R-SC-4) running for Senate
  17. Ed Schrock (R-VA-2) resigned 8/30/04
  18. George Nethercutt (R-WA-5) running for Senate
  19. Jennifer Dunn (R-WA-8) retiring

Special Elections Results in 2004
1 Democrats - 2 Republicans
  1. Frank Ballance (D-NC-1) resigned 6/11/04

  2. G. K. Butterfield (D) elected 7/20/04
  1. Ernie Fletcher (R-KY-6) elected Governor
    Ben Chandler (D) elected 2/17/04
  2. Bill Janklow (R-SD-AL) resigned 1/20/04
    Stephanie Herseth (D) elected 6/1/04

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