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Republicans failed to take the Senate, but added a number of new climate deniers to its ranks. Some climate hawks did fend off defeat — most notably, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and Senate Environment Committee Chair Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.). And a key race in Alaska has yet to be decided. But overall, the Senate next year will be more hostile to climate action than ever before.

Here are all the Senate results, with winners marked by a red check:

Alabama

William Barnes (D)

Richard Shelby (R) — opposes climate action

Alaska

Scott McAdams (D)

Joe Miller (R) — a climate denier

Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R, write-in)

Arizona

Rodney Glassman (D)

Sen. John McCain (R) — a climate conspiracy theorist

Arkansas

Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D)

John Boozman (R) — a climate denier

California

Sen. Barbara Boxer (D) — a climate hawk

Carly Fiorina (R) — a climate denier

Colorado

Sen. Michael Bennet (D) — a climate hawk

Ken Buck (R) — a climate denier

Connecticut

Richard Blumenthal (D)

Linda McMahon (R) — a climate denier

Delaware

Chris Coons (D)

Christine O’Donnell (R) — a climate denier

Florida

Kendrick Meek (D)

Marco Rubio (R) — a climate denier

Charlie Crist (I)

Georgia

Michael Thurmond

Sen. Johnny Isakson — a cautious climate denier

Hawaii

Sen. Daniel Inouye (D)

Cam Cavasso (R) — a climate denier

Idaho

Tom Sullivan (D)

Sen. Mike Crapo (R) — a climate denier

Illinois

Alexi Giannoulias (D)

Mark Kirk (R) — a climate-action flip-flopper

Indiana

Brad Ellsworth (D)

Dan Coats (R) — a climate denier

Iowa

Roxanne Conlin (D)

Chuck Grassley (R) — a climate denier

Kansas

Lisa Johnston (D)

Jerry Moran (R) — opposes climate action

Kentucky

Jack Conway (D)

Rand Paul (R) — a climate denier and conspiracy theorist

Louisiana

Charlie Melancon (D)

Sen. David Vitter (R) — a climate denier and conspiracy theorist

Maryland

Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D)

Eric Wargotz (R) — opposes cap-and-trade

Missouri

Robin Carnahan (D)

Roy Blunt (R) — a climate denier

Nevada

Sen. Harry Reid (D) — a climate hawk

Sharron Angle (R) — a climate denier

New Hampshire

Paul Hodes (D) — a climate hawk

Kelly Ayotte (R) — a climate denier

New York

Sen. Charles Schumer (D)

Jay Townsend (R) — a climate denier and conspiracy theorist

New York (special election)

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D)

Joseph DioGuardi (R) — opposes cap-and-trade

North Carolina

Elaine Marshall (D)

Sen. Richard Burr (R) — a cautious climate denier

North Dakota

Tracy Potter (D)

John Hoeven (R) — a climate denier

Ohio

Lee Fisher (D)

Rob Portman (R) — a climate denier

Oklahoma

Jim Rogers (D)

Sen. Tom Coburn (R) — a climate denier

Oregon

Jim Huffman (R) — a climate denier

Pennsylvania

Joe Sestak (D) — a climate hawk

Pat Toomey (R) — a climate denier

South Carolina

Alvin Greene (D)

Sen. Jim DeMint (R) — a climate denier

South Dakota

Sen. John Thune (R) (uncontested) — a climate denier

Utah

Sam Granato (D)

Mike Lee (R)

Vermont

Sen. Pat Leahy (D)

Len Britton (R)

Washington

Sen. Patty Murray (D) — a climate hawk

Dino Rossi (R) — a climate denier

West Virginia

Joe Manchin (D)

John Raese (R) — a climate denier

Wisconsin

Sen. Russ Feingold (D) — a climate hawk

Ron Johnson (R) — a climate denier