232 11 Competitive u.s. senate RaCes FL MI v Bill nelson (D) MD v Ben Cardin (D) v. j Katherine Harris (R) v. j Michael Steele (R) Competitive u.s. House RaCes AZ-1 j ellen simon (D) AZ-5 v Harry mitchell (D) v. v. v Rick Renzi (R) j J.D. Hayworth (R) j Randy Graf (R) v Marilyn Musgrave (R) j Rick O’Donnell (R) v Joe Courtney (D) j Diane Farrell (D) v Chris Murphy (D) j Vern Buchanan (R) (tBD) j Joe Negron (R) j Clay Shaw (R) v Peter Roskam (R) j Dave McSweeney (R) j Andrea Zinga (R) j Mike Whalen (R) j Jeff Lamberti (R) j Gil Gutknecht (R) v Michele Bachmann (R) v Mike Ferguson (R) v Heather Wilson (R) j Sue Kelly (R) j Ray Meier (R) v Steve Chabot (R) v Jean Schmidt (R) j Curt Weldon (R) j Mike Fitzpatrick (R) j Martha Rainville (R) v Dave Reichert (R) v Debbie stabenow (D) v. j Mike Bouchard (R) MN v amy Klobuchar (D) v. j Mark Kennedy (R) NJ v Bob menendez (D) v. j Tom Kean Jr. (R) OH v sherrod Brown (D) PA v Bob Casey Jr. (D) RI j Lincoln Chafee (R) VT v Bernie sanders (I) VA v Jim Webb (D) WA v maria Cantwell (D) v. j Mike DeWine (R) v. j Rick Santorum (R) v. v Sheldon Whitehouse (D) v. j Richard Tarrant (R) v. j George Allen (R) v. j Mike McGavick (R) AZ-8 v Gabrielle Giffords (D) v. CO-4 j angie paccione (D) v. CO-7 v ed perlmutter (D) CT-2 j Rob simmons (R) CT-4 CT-5 v Chris shays (R) j nancy Johnson (R) v. v. v. v. v. FL-13 j Christine Jennings (D) v. FL-16 v tim mahoney (D) FL-22 v Ron Klein (D) v. IL-6 j tammy Duckworth (D) v. IL-8 IA-1 IA-3 v melissa Bean (D) v Bruce Braley (D) v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. v. IL-17 v phil Hare (D) Competitive GuBeRnatoRiaL RaCes CO v Bill Ritter (D) v. j Bob Beauprez (R) KS v Kathleen sebelius (D) v. j Jim Barnett (R) ME v John Baldacci (D) v. j Chandler Woodcock (R) MD v martin o’malley (D) v. j Bob Ehrlich (R) MA v Deval patrick (D) v Leonard Boswell (D) v. v. j Kerry Healey (R) MI v Jennifer Granholm (D) v. j Dick DeVos (R) NV j Dina titus (D) v. v Jim Gibbons (R) NY v eliot spitzer (D) v. j John Faso (R) OH v ted strickland (D) v. j Ken Blackwell (R) OR v ted Kulongoski (D) PA v ed Rendell (D) WI v Jim Doyle (D) v. j Ron Saxton (R) v. j Lynn Swann (R) v. j Mark Green (R) MN-1 v tim Walz (D) MN-6 j patty Wetterling (D) NJ-7 j Linda stender (D) NM-1 j patricia madrid (D) NY-19 v John Hall (D) NY-24 v michael arcuri (D) OH-1 j John Cranley (D) OH-2 j victoria Wulsin (D) PA-7 PA-8 v Joe sestak (D) v patrick murphy (D) BaLLot initiatives Pass Fail j v Arizona domestic partnership ban j Colorado marriage ban v j v Colorado domestic partnership initiative+ j Idaho marriage ban v j South Carolina marriage ban v j South Dakota marriage ban v j Tennessee marriage ban v j Virginia marriage ban v j Wisconsin marriage ban v VT-AL v peter Welch (D) WA-8 j Darcy Burner (D) LeGisLative CHamBeR ContRoL CHanGe Yes v v v v v v j v v No j j j j j j v j j Indiana House Iowa House Iowa Senate Minnesota House Montana House New Hampshire Senate Nevada Senate Oregon House Pennsylvania House * Candidates endorsed by the Human Rights Campaign are in bold. + Supported by the Human Rights Campaign. In the 2006 election cycle, the Human Rights Campaign: Donated $1.2 million in Political Action Committee funds to fair-minded 84 staff members to mobilize thousands of HRC members candidates and parties. Sent more than and supporters. Youth College participants on how to run a winning campaign, then sent them to key campaigns in 18 states. Funded independent expenditure campaigns opposing Trained 22 candidates for Congress. campaigns. Endorsed more than 200 governorships. Recruited thousands states. six anti-gay Donated more than $1 million to state GLBT organizations and ballot initiative candidates for U.S. Senate, U.S. House and of volunteers for campaign work in more than 20 leadership for 15 state legislative Worked to secure fair-minded chambers in 10 key states. Spent more than $5 million in election-related activities. ReaD aBout ouR WoRK anD eLeCtion ResuLts at WWW.HRC.oRG Paid for by the Human Rights Campaign Political Action Committee.