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Running for Senate

5 House: 2D, 2R, 1I

Ben Cardin (D-Md.), 61, 10 terms
Harold Ford (D-Tenn.), 35, 5 terms
Katherine Harris (R-Fla.), 48, 2 terms
Mark Kennedy (R-Minn.), 48, 3 terms
Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), 63, 8 terms

Running for Other Office

7 House: 3D, 4R; 1 Senate: 1D

Jim Davis (D-Fla.), 47, 5 terms
Mark Green (R-Wis.), 45, 4 terms
Jim Nussle (R-Iowa), 44, 8 terms
Tom Osborne (R-Neb.), 68, 3 terms
Butch Otter (R-Idaho), 63, 3 terms
Ted Strickland (D-Ohio), 63, 6 terms Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.), 40, 4 terms**

Jon Corzine (D-N.J.), 58, 1 term**


3 House: 1D, 2R; 4 Senate: 2D, 1R, 1I

Michael Bilirakis (R-Fla.), 75, 12 terms
Henry Hyde (R-Ill.), 81, 16 terms
Major Owens (D-N.Y.), 68, 12 terms

Mark Dayton (D-Minn.), 58, 1 term
Bill Frist (R-Tenn.), 53, 2 terms
Jim Jeffords (I-Vt.), 71, 3 terms
Paul Sarbanes (D-Md.), 72, 5 terms

Nominated to Other Office

1 House: 1R

Chris Cox (R-Calif.), 52, 9 terms

Appointed to Other Office

1 House: 1R

Rob Portman (R-Ohio), 49, 7 terms


1 House: 1D

Bob Matsui (D-Calif.), 63, 13 terms*


*Matsui was elected to a 14th term in 2004, but passed away before being sworn in.
**These candidates are not required to give up their seats while making their current bids for other offices.
Last updated July 28, 2005.

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