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NUREG/BR-0025
p INFORMATION REPORT ON



) Lg Sta egislation
/ OFFICE OF STATE PROGRAMS
/U. S. NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION

0o 8. 0o. July -1 --



SPECIAL ELECTION EDITION

In addition to our regular report on the status of legislative bills,
this edition provides charts which contain information on Gubernatorial
Elections, Primary Elections and State Legislative Elections. Governors
will be elected in 36 States in 1982. State senators and/or representatives
will be elected in 46 States. Although the charts are correct as of
this date (July 1, 1982) they could change at anytime. Since election
rn activity starts early, these charts will prove useful in referencing
impending information.
A list of Governor designees who are to be notified of nuclear waste and
spent fuel shipments, as required in 10 CFR Parts 71 and 73, was published
in the Federal Register on June 8, 1982. The list will be published
annually on or about June 30 to reflect any changes and copies are
available upon request from the Office of State Programs.
Representatives of the seven compact groups and unaffiliated States met
with NRC and DOE to explore future information needs and ways that NRC
can meet those needs. The June 16 meeting was organized by the Office
of State Programs in conjunction with the joint NRC/Oak Ridge National
Laboratory Symoosium, "Low-Level Waste Disposal: Site Characterization
and Monitorinq," relating to proposed rule 10 CFR Part 61, which was
held June 16-17 in Arlington, Virginia. Some of the major needs expressed
by the States are:




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1. Accelerated final rulemaking of 10 CFR 61 and associated NRC
Regulatory Guides.

2. Guidance for alternatives to shallow land burial sites, such
as mined cavities.

3. More detailed classification of waste and volume determination
for use by compact commissions.

4. Information on economic considerations, e.g., fee structure,
liability, socio-economic impact mitigation and incentives for
host communities.

5. Technical assistance and information transfer.


G. Wayne ferr, Director
Office of State Programs

Prepared by Mindy Landau, OSP
(301) 492-9880







Energy Offices


I Low-Level Waste Compacts

Alabama, H-300
Colorado, H-1246
Hawaii, H-2165
Louisiana, H-1071
Mississippi, H-1281
South Carolina, H-3590
Tennessee, S-2193
Virginia, S-371

Emergency Preparedness

Arizona, H-2357
California, S-1473
Illinois, H-2496
New York, A-11901

Decommissioning

Maine, LD-2124

High-Level Waste

California AJR-113
Louisiana, H-1330
Mississippi, S-2751
South Carolina, S-1004
South Carolina, H-3230


Illinois, H-2623
Vermont, H-220
Vermont, H-708

Transportation

Louisiana, S-251
Massachusetts, H-6065
Vermont, H-374


Power Plants


Connecticut, S-314
New York, S-9656
New York, S-9661
Ohio, H-977
Pennsylvania, H-2453

Environmental Controls


Louisiana, H-863
Louisiana, H-982


Legislative & Executive Branch
Activities

Louisiana, SCR-51

Uranium Mining & Milling


Low-Level Waste

Illinois, S-1260

Public Utilities


New York, A-12735


Radioactive Waste, Handling
and Financial Management


Illinois, H-2624
Massachusetts, H-5928
Ohio, S-378
Pennsylvania, H-2432


Louisiana, A-1337

General

Louisiana, SCR-54
Louisiana, S-254
New Jersey, AR-33
Pennsylvania, H-2442


Radiation


Hawaii, HR-338
Hawaii, HR-339
Louisiana, H-1451
South Carolina, H-3908
Tennessee, S-1609



































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ENACTED LEGISLATION


ALABAMA

Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Compact H-300. Enacts
the Compact into law and enters the State into it as a party to provide
for the regional management of low-level waste disposal facilities.
(Enacted 4/26/82.)

ARIZONA

Emergency Management H-2357. Makes appropriations to the Nuclear
Emergency Manaqement Fund, and makes a nuclear emergency management
assessment ($547,000) against consortia of public service and municipal
corporations engaged in constructing the Palo Verde nuclear power plant.
(Enacted 4/13/82.)

COLORADO

Rocky Mountain Low-Level Radioactive Waste Compact H-1246. Enacts the
Compact into law and enters the State as a party to provide for the
regional management and disposal of low-level waste. (Note: Colorado
is the only State with enacted legislation in this Compact group. New
Mexico has introduced legislation entering itself into the Compact).
(Enacted 5/3/82.)

HAWAII

Northwest Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Compact H-2165.
Enacts and enters the State into the Compact for the purpose of providing
a cooperative effort among States for the disposal of low-level radioactive
waste. (Enacted 6/14/82.)

MAINE

Nuclear Decommissioning Financing Act LD-2124. Licensees operating
nuclear power plants will be responsible for collecting funds during the
life of the plant to pay for decommissioning costs. The funds will be
placed in a separate trust fund and invested by a trustee until they are
needed. (Enacted 4/15/82.)





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MISSISSIPPI

Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Compact H-1281.
Similar to Alabama, H-300. (Enacted 4/20/82.)

High-Level Waste Disposal S-2751. Creates a Nuclear Waste Policy
Advisory Council and a Nuclear Waste Technical Review Committee within
the Energy and Transportation Board. The Board will be the agency
responsible for any matter related to the long-term or temporary storage
of high-level radioactive or transuranic waste. Establishes permit
procedures and reviews for State approval of siting or storage of high-
level waste. (Enacted 4/21/82.)

OHIO

Public Utilities Commission of Ohio S-378. Requires public input into
long-term energy need forecasts which gas and electric utilities must
submit to the Department of Energy. Prohibits public utilities from
having on file more than one rate increase request (called pancakingg")
unless 275 days have elapsed since the first request was made and no
action has been taken on it. (Enacted 6/1/82; Effective 1/11/83, certain
sections effective 6/1/82.)

SOUTH CAROLINA

Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Compact H-3590. This
version of the Compact differs from the other States' versions in that,
among other things, more emphasis is placed on disposal rather than
management of the site, and powers of the Compact Commission are more
limited. (Enacted 6/9/82.)


TENNESSEE

Radiation Law S-1609. Amends various provisions relating to the enforcement
of, and penalties for, violating Tennessee's safety law on radiation.
(Enacted 4/8/82.)

Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Compact S-2193.
Similar to Alabama, H-300. (Enacted 4/23/82.)

VERMONT

Energy Conservation H-220. Authorizes the Public Service Department to
propose and develop energy conservation programs and measures. After
notices and hearings, these programs may be approved and ordered into
effect if it is determined they are beneficial to the ratepayers of the
companies. (Enacted 5/4/82.)









VERMONT Cont'd
Transportation H-374. Allows the Secretary of the transportation
agency to designate any highway as part of a preferred route for the
transportation of fissile radioactive materials and large quantity
packages of radioactive materials in order to cause the least risk to
persons and property. The Secretary will confer with municipalities to
give their opinion due consideration. Describes penalties for violations.
(Enacted 2/2/82.)
Commission on Energy Planning H-708. Establishes the State Commission
on Energy Planning which is charged with overseeing and directing the
State's ongoing energy study, which may provide the framework for
energy-related decisions made throughout the State. (Enacted 5/14/82.)

VIRGINIA

Mid-Atlantic Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Compact S-371.
Enacts the Compact into law and enters the State as a Dartv, for the
purposes of handling the disposal of radioactive waste on a regional
basis. (Enacted 4/11/82.)

Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Compact H-709. Similar
to Alabama, H-300. (Enacted 4/11/82.)

INTRODUCED LEGISLATION

CALIFORNIA

Emergency Planning S-1473. Deletes the requirement that State and local
plans dealing with nuclear power plant accidents be submitted to the
Legislature and approved by statute before implemented. Also changes
the maximum assessment upon utilities operating nuclear plants in the
State to $300,000 annually for State costs to be divided equally among
the utilities and to $100,000 annually per unit for local costs.
(Introduced 2/12/82; re-referred to committee with amendments 5/26/82.)

CONNECTICUT
Millstone III S-314. Requires the Department of Public Utility Control
to undertake a general investigation of the cost-effectiveness of the
Millstone III nuclear power plant. The Department will commission an
independent consultant to consider:
(1) the final capital cost of the facility
(2) the reasons for increases in the facility's costs over initial
estimates, and
(3) the cost and potential of environmentally safe and economically
sound alternatives to completion of the facility. (Introduced
2/23/82, died as of adjournment 5/5/82.)







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HAWAII

Gamma-Radiation HR-338, HCR-148. Requests that research be done into
the use of gamma-radiation as an effective alternative to ethylene
dibromide (EDB) for quarantine treatment of the State's agricultural
produce. EDB is considered carcinogenic and will be banned by the
Environmental Protection Aqency on July 1, 1983. (Introduced 4/8/82,
died as of adjournment 4/28/82.)

Food Irradiation Conference HR-339, HCR-149. Calls for an international
conference with the International Atomic Energy Aacncy in Vienna, to be
held in Honolulu in 1983, on food irradiation technology. The need for
a conference has been exacerbated by Hawaii's urgent need to find an
effective alternative to EDB for quarantine control of possible infestation.
(Introduced 4/8/82, died as of adjournment 4/28/82.)

ILLINOIS

Low-Level Waste Disposal S-1260. Prohibits the Department of Nuclear
Safety from approving or licensing the site of a low-level waste repository
unless expressly authorized by State law. Prevents the Director from
acquiring buildings or lands where radioactive by-products and wastes
can be concentrated or disposed of until the General Assembly has approved
the site. Requires public hearings in communities adjacent to or affected
by proposed repositories. (Amendment) (Introduced 10/15/81; passed
Senate 4/28/82.)

Emergency Preparedness H-2496. Increases fees paid by nuclear power
stations for emergency preparedness. Sets fees for shipments of spent
fuel at $2,500 per metric ton of heavy metal rather than at $1,000 per
shipment. (Introduced 4/1/82; passed House 5/18/82.)

Energy Forecasts H-2623. Requires certain utilities to furnish the
Illinois Commerce Commission with 10 year forecasts of enerqy demand,
projected facilities to be built, and the discontinuance of existing
facilities. Copies of the forecasts will be sent to the Governor, and
the EPA. (Introduced 2/21/82.)

Public Utilities H-2624. Requires public utilities to obtain a certificate
of environmental compatibility before beginning construction of a major
utility facility. Establishes a power siting division within the Illinois
Commerce Commission. (Introduced 4/21/82.)






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LOUISIANA
Transportation of Waste S-251. Authorizes local governing authorities
to prohibit the transportation of nuclear waste within the boundaries of
the local governmental subdivision. (Introduced 4/19/82.)
Insurance S-254. Requires insurance companies which issue fire or fire
and extended coverage insurance on residential homes, to offer optional
coverage for loss or damage resulting from radioactive contamination
from a nuclear power plant. (Introduced 4/19/82.)
Environmental Affairs H-863. Creates the Department of Environmental
Affairs which has jurisdiction over areas such as solid waste management
and the regulation and control of radiation. Describes membership of
the Commission. (Introduced 4/30/82.)

Inspections H-982. Allows the Office of Environmental Affairs to conduct
inspections and investigations of facilities which use or control
radioactive materials and waste. Describes violations for individuals
impeding inspections. (Introduced 5/3/82.)

Central Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Compact H-1071. Would
enact the Compact into law and enter the State as a party. Provides
for a regional solution to the problem of disposing of low-level radioactive
waste. (Introduced 5/3/82.)
Salt Dome Disposal H-1330. Prohibits tests to determine the suitability
of geologic structures for disposal of radioactive waste without written
approval. This excludes tests made by DOE pursuant to the February 27,
1978 agreement with the State. The agreement allows testing in the
Vacherie and Rayburn salt domes, provided that no repository will be
constructed if the State objects. (Introduced 5/3/82.)

Waste Disposal A-1337. Prohibits individuals from storing or disposing
of any source of radiation and provides certain criteria for assessing
penalties. (Introduced 5/3/82.)
Radiation Regulations H-1451. Provides for a prohibition against violating
the laws and regulations pertaining to storage, transportation or disposal
of sources of radiation. (Introduced 5/3/82.)

MASSACHUSETTS

Public Utilities H-5928. Prevents the Department of Public Utilities
from approving any schedule filed by an electric company if the schedule
includes charges incurred during construction of a nuclear power plant
cancelled after September 1, 1981. (Introduced 3/25/82; motion to
reconsider, reconsideration negated 5/4/82.)


2.)





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MASSACHUSETTS Cont'd

Transportation H-6065. Increases the scope and responsibility of the
special commission established to investigate and study hazardous and
solid wastes. Certain legislative bills regarding transportation of
nuclear materials and safety standards will be studied by the Commission.
(Introduced 4/26/82, referred to House Ways & Means Committee 5/18/82.)

NEW YORK

Suspension of Certificates S-9656. Suspends the power of the New York
State Board on Electric Generation Siting and thE Environment to issue
certificates for nuclear power plants in certain cases. Suspension of
the board's powers would remain in effect until a national system of
nuclear fuel reprocessing and waste disposal is operable and available.
(Introduced 5/4/82.)

Construction Referendum S-9661. Requires approval by referendum before
certificates for construction of steam electric facilities may be issued.
(Introduced 5/4/82.)

Emergency Preparedness Fees A-11901. Describes annual fees to be paid
by nuclear facilities in support of emergency preparedness plans,
including transportation related accidents and emergency response planning
at federally owned licensed facilities. Allows the State to obtain,
directly from the licensee, any reactor data provided by the licensee to
the NRC. (Amendment) (Introduced 3/30/82.)

Uranium Mining A-12735. Prohibits all exploration for and mining of
uranium or other radioactive materials within the State for a period of
seven years. Creates a joint legislative commission on the exploration
for and mining of radioactive materials to report on the dangers posed
to the public by exploration and mining of such materials. (Introduced
5/13/82.)

OHIO

Facility Siting H-977. Requires full hearings and procedures on applications
for certificates for major utility facilities submitted to the Power
Siting Board. (Introduced 4/22/82; referred to Public Utilities Committee.)

PENNSYLVANIA

Public Utilities Commission H-2432. Provides for the election of public
utility commissioners; describes qualifications for membership, restrictions
and administrative procedures. (Introduced 4/21/82.)





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PENNSYLVANIA Cont'd

Decontamination Insurance H-2442. Prohibits a nuclear power plant from
operating unless the owner carries insurance to cover its decontamination
in the event of an accident. The insurance coverage will equal $1,500,000,000.
(Introduced 4/27/82.)

Power Plant Construction H-2453. Prohibits any nuclear power plant from
being constructed unless it has been approved by referendum at the next
general election. (Introduced 4/28/82.)

SOUTH CAROLINA

Spent Fuel Storage S-1004. Prohibits the storage or reprocessing of any
spent nuclear fuel or nuclear waste generated in a foreign country.
(Introduced 4/28/82.)

Nuclear Waste Prohibition H-3230. Prohibits the commercial processing,
reprocessing and storage of spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste
generated by foreign countries; provides penalties for violations.
(Introduced 1/12/82; on second reading 5/6/82.)

Radiation H-3908. Permits the Department of Health and Environmental
Control to establish a system for the collection of fees for licensing
and registering ionizing radiation users. Provides penalties for failure
to pay fees. (Introduced 5/5/82; Senate committee report: favorable
with amendments 5/20/82.)


INTRODUCED RESOLUTIONS


CALIFORNIA

High-Level Waste Disposal AJR-113. Requests that the President and
Congress expedite the adoption and implementation of a plan to provide
approved means for the disposal of commercial high-level waste. (Introduced
5/17/82.)

LOUISIANA

Oversight Committee SCR-51. Creates the Special Joint Natural Resources
Nuclear Studies Committee for the continuing oversight of nuclear
affairs in the State. The Committee will monitor the progress and
problems of the nuclear power plants under construction in the State in
terms of energy production, economy, safety of operation and final
decommissioning. The Committee will also receive and evaluate data from
the federal government dealing with nuclear power plant licensing and
nuclear waste storage. (Introduced 5/3/82.)




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LOUISIANA Cont'd

Price-Anderson Act SCR-54. Requests that Congress provide greater
protection to people living near nuclear power plants, including increasing
the liability limits under the Price-Anderson Act and examining other
methods of compensating people and businesses located near power plants
for their losses in property value. (Introduced 5/3/82.)

NEW JERSEY

Nuclear Property Insurance Act AR-33. Urges Congress to enact S-1606,
which would establish a supplemental insurance fund to pay the costs of
necessary remedial action following damage to nuclear power plants.
This includes costs associated with TMI, and participation in this fund
would be mandatory for all NRC licensees as a condition for their
continued operation. (Introduced 5/6/82; Passed Assembly by voice vote
5/20/82.)




























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1982 GUBERNATORIAL ELECTIONS 1


State


Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Iowa
Kansas
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Mexico
New York
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Vermont
Wisconsin
Wyoming


Incumbent


Number
of Terms


Forrest H. James, Jr.
Jay S. Hammond*
Bruce Babbitt
Frank D. White
Edmund G. Brown, Jr.+
Richard D. Lamm
William A. O'Neill
Robert Graham
George D. Busbee*
George R. Ariyoshi***
John V. Evans++
James R. Thompson
Robert Ray+++
John W. Carlin
Joseph E. Brennan
Harry R. Hughes
Edward J. King
William G. Milliken+++
Albert H. Quie+++
Charles Thone
Robert F. List
Hugh Gallen
Bruce King*
Hugh L. Carey+++
James A. Rhodes*
George Nigh
Victor L. Atiyeh
Richard L. Thornburgh
J. Joseph Garrahy
Richard Riley
William J. Janklow
Lamar Alexander
William Clements
Richard A. Snelling
Lee S. Dreyfus+++
Ed Herschler


Legally barred from seeking another term.
*** Assumed office as Acting Governor in 1974. Under a recently enacted
law, Governor Ariyoshi will be the last Hawaii Governor eligible to
seek a third term.
**** Has served two non-consecutive terms.
+ Seeking U. S. Senate.
++ Assumed office in 1977 when Cecil D. Andrus became Secretary of
Interior.
+++ Will not seek re-election.


1 Reprinted courtesy of the Martin Haley Companies, Inc.


Party


1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
5
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
2****
2
4
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
3
1
2




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1982 Primary Election Schedule


State or Territory

Alabama
Alabama Runoff
Alaska
Arizona
American Samoa**
American Samoa Runoff
Arkansas
Arkansas Runoff
California
Colorado
Connecticut++
Delaware
District of Columbia**
Florida
Florida Runoff
Georgia
Georgia Runoff
Guam**
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Mississippi Runoff
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico+++
New York
North Carolina++++
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oklahoma Runoff
Oregon


Primary Dates*

September 7
September 28
August 24
September 7
November 2
November 16
May 25
June 8
June 8
September 14
September 7
September 11
September 14
September 7
October 5
August 10
August 31
September 4
September 18
May 25
March 16
May 4
June 8
August 3
May 25
September 11
June 8
September 14
September 14
August 3
September 14
June 1
June 22
August 3
June 8
May 11
September 14
September 14
June 8
June 1
September 14

June 8
June 8
August 24
September 21
May 18




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State or Territory

Pennsylvania
Puerto Rico***
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Carolina Runoff
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas+++++
Texas Runoff
Utah
Vermont
Virgin Islands**
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming


Primary Dates*

May 18

September 14
June 8
June 22
June 1
August 5
May 1
June 5
September 14
September 14
September 14
June 8
September 14
June 1
September 14
September 14


Dates are subject to change because of redistricting process.
** The District of Columbia and the U.S. Territories of American Samoa,
Guam and the Virgin Islands will each hold an election for Delegate to
the U.S. House of Representatives.
*** No election for Resident Commissioner to the U.S. House of
Representatives in 1982.
++ Filing deadlines for the Connecticut primary are two weeks following
the close of a convention at which a candidate received at least 20
percent of the votes. July 26 is the last day a district convention can
be held in 1982.
+++ June 1 primary for statewide offices only. No date set yet for
legislative primary.
++++ Has not decided on any election dates because of redistricting process.
+++++ February 1 is filing deadline for Governor, Senator and 11 Congressional
districts; March 12 is deadline for other 16 Congressional districts.




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1982 STATE LEGISLATIVE ELECTIONS


of Seats
Election

House


Present
Party Control

Senate


Alabama
Alaska


Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado

Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia


Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois


Indiana
Iowa


Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota
Mississippi

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska***
Nevada+

New Hampshire



New Jersey
New Mexico++


All 35
All 18*

All 30
All 35
20 of 40
17 of 35

All 36
All 21
20 of 40
All 56

12 of 25
All 35
All 59


25 of 50
34 of 50

None
None
None
All 33
All 47
All 40

All 38

All 67
None

17 of 34
25 of 50
24 of 49
11 of 21

All 24



None
Options:
7 of 42
None
All 42


All
All

All
All
All
All

All
All
All
All

All
All
All


All
All


105
40


D/35
D/10


60
100
80
65

151
41
120
180

51
70
118**


100
100


All 125
None
None
All 151
All 141
All 160

All 110

All 134
None

All 163
All 100

All 4200

All 400


None
All 70


R/O
R/10


D/14 R/16
D/34 R/1
D/23 R/17
D/13 R/21
1 Vacancy
D/23 R/13
D/12 R/9
D/28 R/12
D/51 R/5


D/17
D/12
D/30


D/ 15
D/21

D/16
D/29
D/39
D/16
D/40
D/32


R/8
R/23
R/29


R/35
R/29

R/24
R/9
R/0
R/17
R/7
R/8


D/24 R/14


D/44
D/48

D/23
D/22


R/23
R/4

R/11
R/28


D/15 R/4
1 Vacancy
D/10 R/14


D/22
D/22


R/18
R/20


D/1 01 R/4
D/22 R/16
Others 2
D/17 R/43
D/93 R/7
D/48 R/32
D/26 R/39

D/82 R/69
D/16 R/25
D/80 R/40
D/155 R/24
1 Vacancy
D/39 R/12
D/14 R/56
D/84 R/91
Others 1
1 Vacancy
D/37 R/63
D/44 R/55
1 Vacancy
D/53 R/72
D/76 R/24
D/97 R/8
D/84 R/67
D/125 R/16
D/126 R/31
Others 3
D/60 R/46
4 Vacancies
D/70 R/64
D/117 R/4
Others 1
D/111 R/52
D/44 R/56

D/26 R/14

D/124 R/185
D/R 33
R/D 53
5 Vacancies
D/43 R/37
D/41 R/29


State


Number
up for


Senate


House




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State

New York


North Carolina
North Dakota

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvani a

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee


Texas
Utah
Vermont


Virginia

Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsi n


Wyomi ng


Senate

All 60


All 50
25 of 50


House

All 150


All 120
All 100


All
All
All
All


of 33
of 48
of 30
of 50


All 50

None

All 35

17 of 33

All 31
15 of 29
All 30


None


of 49
of 34
of 33


14 of 30


99
101
60
203


Senate

D/25 R/35


D/40
D/11

D/15
D/38
D/23
D/24


All 100

All 124

All 70

All 99


All
All
All 1


R/10
R/39

R/18
R/10
R/7
R/26


D/43 R/7

D/40 R/5
1 Vacancy
D/10 R/25

D/21 R/11
Others 1
D/24 R/7
D/7 R/22
D/14 R/16

D/31 R/9


150
75
150


All 100


All
All
All


98
100
99


All 63 or
64+++


D/24
D/27
D/19


R/25
R/7
R/14


D/11 R/19


House

D/85 R/63
Others 1
1 Vacancy
D/96 R/24
D/26 R/73
1 Vacancy
D/56 R/43
D/73 R/28
D/33 R/27
D/98 R/102
3 Vacancies
D/81 R/18
1 Vacancy
D/107 R/17

D/21 R/48
Others 1
D/58 R/40
Others 1
D/115 R/35
D/17 R/58
D/63 R/86
Others 1
D/66 R/33
Others 1
D/44 R/54
D/78 R/22
D/58 R/40
1 Vacancy
D/23 R/39


Alaska Senate has been reduced from 20 to 18 members.
** Illinois House has been reduced from 177 to 118 members.
*** Nebraska has a unicameral legislature whose members are nonpartisan.
+ Nevada Senate has been increased from 20 to 21 members; the House
from 40 to 42.
++ New Mexico Senate depends on the outcome of reapportionment
litigation.
+++ Wyoming House presently has 62 members. Depending on the outcome
of a challenge to the reapportionment plan, it will increase to
63 or 64.




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