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Arizona
Sen. Jon Kyl [R] (incumbent)
William Toel [Independent]
Barry Hess [Libertarian]
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California
Rep. Tom Campbell [R]
Sen. Dianne Feinstein [D] (incumbent)
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Connecticut
Philip A. Giordano [R]
Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman [D] (incumbent)
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Delaware Sen. William V. Roth Jr. [R] (incumbent)
Gov. Thomas R. Carper [D]
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Florida
Rep. Bill McCollum [R]
ex-Rep. Bill Nelson [D]
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Georgia
ex-Sen. Mack Mattingly [R]
Sen. Zell Miller [D] (incumbent)
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Hawaii
John S. Carroll [R]
Sen. Daniel K. Akaka [D] (incumbent)
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Indiana
Sen. Richard G. Lugar [R] (incumbent)
David L. Johnson [D]
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Maine
Sen. Olympia J. Snowe [R] (incumbent)
Mark Lawrence [D]
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Maryland
Paul Rappaport [R]
Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes [D] (incumbent)

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Massachusetts
Jack E. Robinson [R]
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy [D] (incumbent)
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Michigan
Sen. Spencer Abraham [R] (incumbent)
Rep. Debbie Stabenow [D]
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Minnesota
Sen. Rod Grams [R] (incumbent)
Mark Dayton [D]
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Mississippi
Sen. Trent Lott [R] (incumbent)
Troy Brown [D]
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Missouri
Sen. John Ashcroft [R] (incumbent)
Gov. Mel Carnahan [D] - Deceased
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Montana
Sen. Conrad Burns [R] (incumbent)
Brian Schweitzer [D]
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Nebraska
Don Stenberg [R]
Ben Nelson [D]
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Nevada
ex-Rep. John Ensign [R]
Ed Bernstein [D]
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New Jersey
Rep. Bob Franks [R]
Jon Corzine [D]
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New Mexico
ex-Rep. Bill Redmond [R]
Sen. Jeff Bingaman (incumbent)
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New York
Rep. Rick A. Lazio [R]
Hillary Rodham Clinton [D]
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North Dakota
Duane Sand [R]
Sen. Kent Conrad [D] (incumbent)
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Ohio
Sen. Mike DeWine [R](incumbent)
Ted Celeste [D]
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Pennsylvania
Sen. Rick Santorum [R] (incumbent)
Rep. Ron Klink [D]
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Rhode Island
Sen. Lincoln Chafee [R] (incumbent)
Rep. Bob Weygand [D]
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Tennessee
Sen. Bill Frist [R] (incumbent)
Jeff Clark [D]
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Texas
Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison [R] (incumbent)
Gene Kelly [D]
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Utah
Sen. Orrin G. Hatch [R](incumbent)
Scott N. Howell [D]
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Vermont
Sen. James M. Jeffords [R] (incumbent)
Ed Flanagan [D]
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Virginia
George F. Allen [R]
Sen. Charles S. Robb [D](incumbent)
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Washington
Sen. Slade Gorton [R](incumbent)
ex-Rep. Maria Cantwell [D]
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West Virginia
David T. Gallaher [R]
Sen. Robert C. Byrd [D](incumbent)
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Wisconsin
John Gillespie [R]
Sen. Herb Kohl [D] (incumbent)
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Wyoming
Sen. Craig Thomas [R](incumbent)
Mel Logan [D]
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