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New England States Elect Two Independent U.S. Senators, Zero Republican U.S. Senators

Published on November 7, 2012, by in General.

At the 2012 election, independent U.S. Senators were elected from Maine and Vermont. Also in the 2012 election, no New England state elected any Republican to the U.S. Senate. This is the first time in the history of direct elections for U.S. Senate that the Republican Party did not win a single U.S. Senate election in any New England state. No Republican nominee for U.S. Senate was elected in any eastern state this year.

In the entire nation, out of 33 U.S. Senate seats, the Republican Party only won eight U.S. Senate seats. This is the lowest number of U.S. Senate seats either major party has won since 1964, when Republicans only won seven seats.

4 Responses

  1. trueFoe

    Thank you, Tea Party.

    Now…double down for the next Senate class. Please?

  2. Be Rational

    We are in a realignment period. The Republican party is the enemy of Liberty and thankfully it is in its death throes.

  3. Demo Rep

    The EVIL U.S.A. 6-6-6 Senate was due to the EVIL conspiracy in the top secret 1787 Federal Convention between the EVIL small States and the even worse EVIL Slave States.

    EVIL compromises have their EVIL on going effects.
    Abolish the Senate.
    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

  4. Arthur C. Barker

    @2 — we can only wish. But is an Independent Statist different in any way, shape or form from a Democratic or Republican Statist?

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