Leadership Updates

Alaska

Senate President Cathy Giessel was defeated in the primary election on Aug. 18.

Arkansas

Senator Jim Hendren is not seeking a second term as Senate President Pro Tem.

The new Senate President Pro Tem will be Jimmy Hickey.

Delaware

Senate President Pro Tem David McBride was defeated in the primary election on September 15.

Florida

Senator Bill Galvano is leaving due to term limits.

The new Senate President will be Wilton Simpson.

Idaho

Senate President Pro Tem Brent Hill is not seeking reelection.

Iowa

Senate President Charles Schneider is not seeking reelection.

Senate President Pro Tem Jerry Behn is not seeking reelection.

Kansas

Senate President Susan Wagle has ended her bid for the U.S. Senate.

Senate Majority Leader Jim Denning is not seeking reelection.

Montana

Senate President Scott Sales' tenure ends due to term limits.

Nebraska

Senator Jim Scheer, Speaker of the Legislature, is leaving due to term limits.

New Hampshire

Senate Majority Leader Dan Feltes is running for governor.

New Mexico

Senate President Pro Tem Mary Kay Papen was defeated in the primary election on June 2.

North Carolina

Senate Majority Leader Harry Brown is not seeking reelection.

Ohio

Senator Larry Obhof is leaving due to term limits.

The new Senate President will be Matt Huffman.

Oregon

Senator Ginny Burdick has stepped down as Majority Leader. The new Majority Leader is Senator Rob Wagner.

Pennsylvania

Senate President Pro Tem Joe Scarnati is not seeking reelection.

South Dakota

Senate Majority Leader Kris Langer is dropping out of her campaign for reelection.

Vermont

Senate President Pro Tem Tim Ashe was defeated in the primary election for Lt. Governor on Aug. 11.

West Virginia

Senate President Mitch Carmichael was defeated in the primary election on June 9.

Wisconsin

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald won the primary election on Aug. 11, in his bid for U.S. Congress.

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Leadership Updates

Alaska

Senate President Cathy Giessel was defeated in the primary election on Aug. 18.

Arkansas

Senator Jim Hendren is not seeking a second term as Senate President Pro Tem.

The new Senate President Pro Tem will be Jimmy Hickey.

Delaware

Senate President Pro Tem David McBride was defeated in the primary election on September 15.

Florida

Senator Bill Galvano is leaving due to term limits.

The new Senate President will be Wilton Simpson.

Idaho

Senate President Pro Tem Brent Hill is not seeking reelection.

Iowa

Senate President Charles Schneider is not seeking reelection.

Senate President Pro Tem Jerry Behn is not seeking reelection.

Kansas

Senate President Susan Wagle has ended her bid for the U.S. Senate.

Senate Majority Leader Jim Denning is not seeking reelection.

Montana

Senate President Scott Sales' tenure ends due to term limits.

Nebraska

Senator Jim Scheer, Speaker of the Legislature, is leaving due to term limits.

New Hampshire

Senate Majority Leader Dan Feltes is running for governor.

New Mexico

Senate President Pro Tem Mary Kay Papen was defeated in the primary election on June 2.

North Carolina

Senate Majority Leader Harry Brown is not seeking reelection.

Ohio

Senator Larry Obhof is leaving due to term limits.

The new Senate President will be Matt Huffman.

Oregon

Senator Ginny Burdick has stepped down as Majority Leader. The new Majority Leader is Senator Rob Wagner.

Pennsylvania

Senate President Pro Tem Joe Scarnati is not seeking reelection.

South Dakota

Senate Majority Leader Kris Langer is dropping out of her campaign for reelection.

Vermont

Senate President Pro Tem Tim Ashe was defeated in the primary election for Lt. Governor on Aug. 11.

West Virginia

Senate President Mitch Carmichael was defeated in the primary election on June 9.

Wisconsin

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald won the primary election on Aug. 11, in his bid for U.S. Congress.

CONTACT US

Senate Presidents’ Forum

579 Broadway

Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706

 

Tel: 914-693-1818

Copyright © 2020 Senate Presidents' Forum. All rights reserved.

Leadership Updates

Alaska

Senate President Cathy Giessel was defeated in the primary election on Aug. 18.

Arkansas

Senator Jim Hendren is not seeking a second term as Senate President Pro Tem.

The new Senate President Pro Tem will be Jimmy Hickey.

Delaware

Senate President Pro Tem David McBride was defeated in the primary election on September 15.

Florida

Senator Bill Galvano is leaving due to term limits.

The new Senate President will be Wilton Simpson.

Idaho

Senate President Pro Tem Brent Hill is not seeking reelection.

Iowa

Senate President Charles Schneider is not seeking reelection.

Senate President Pro Tem Jerry Behn is not seeking reelection.

Kansas

Senate President Susan Wagle has ended her bid for the U.S. Senate.

Senate Majority Leader Jim Denning is not seeking reelection.

Montana

Senate President Scott Sales' tenure ends due to term limits.

Nebraska

Senator Jim Scheer, Speaker of the Legislature, is leaving due to term limits.

New Hampshire

Senate Majority Leader Dan Feltes is running for governor.

New Mexico

Senate President Pro Tem Mary Kay Papen was defeated in the primary election on June 2.

North Carolina

Senate Majority Leader Harry Brown is not seeking reelection.

Ohio

Senator Larry Obhof is leaving due to term limits.

The new Senate President will be Matt Huffman.

Oregon

Senator Ginny Burdick has stepped down as Majority Leader. The new Majority Leader is Senator Rob Wagner.

Pennsylvania

Senate President Pro Tem Joe Scarnati is not seeking reelection.

South Dakota

Senate Majority Leader Kris Langer is dropping out of her campaign for reelection.

Vermont

Senate President Pro Tem Tim Ashe was defeated in the primary election for Lt. Governor on Aug. 11.

West Virginia

Senate President Mitch Carmichael was defeated in the primary election on June 9.

Wisconsin

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald won the primary election on Aug. 11, in his bid for U.S. Congress.

CONTACT US

Senate Presidents’ Forum

579 Broadway

Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706

Tel: 914-693-1818

Copyright © 2020 Senate Presidents' Forum. All rights reserved.