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Q: Which US senators are eligible for re-election this year?

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A: A total of 34 US Senate seats will be up for grabs this year. Of the seats, 20 are held by Republicans and 14 are held by Democrats, according to callroll.com.

Of these, five Republicans announced they would not seek re-election, including Senator Richard Burr of Winston-Salem. The others not running are Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio, Sen. Patrick Toomey of Pennsylvania, Sen. Richard Shelby of Alabama and Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri. One Democrat, Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont, announced he would not run again.

This category of senators was elected in November 2016 and sworn in on January 3, 2017.

Their terms will expire on January 3, 2023.

The Republican seats up for re-election are those held by: Roy Blunt, Missouri; John Boozman, Arkansas; Burr, North Carolina; Mike Crapo, Idaho; Chuck Grassley, Iowa; John Hoeven, North Dakota; Ron Johnson, Wis.; John Kennedy, Louisiana; James Lankford, Oklahoma; Mike Lee, Utah; Jerry Moran, Kansas; Lisa Murkowski, Alaska; Rand Paul, Kentucky; Portman, Ohio; Marco Rubio, Florida; Tim Scott, South Carolina; Richard Shelby, Alabama; John Thune, South Dakota; Toomey, Pennsylvania; and Todd Young, Indiana.

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