Among Democratic Senate incumbents, Lautenberg winning percentage ranked 11th out of 12

In the twelve states where Democratic U.S. Senators were seeking re-election in 2008, New Jersey’s Frank Lautenberg had the second closest race. Lautenberg beat former U.S. Rep. Dick Zimmer by a solid 56%-42% margin; the only Democratic Senator in a closer race was Mary Landrieu of Louisiana, who won 52%-46%. Barack Obama won New Jersey 57%-42%, while John McCain carried Louisiana by a 59%-40% margin.

The others:

Tim Johnson (SD), 62%-38%
Carl Levin (MI), 63%-34%
Dick Durbin (IL), 63%-33%
Tom Harkin (IA), 63%-37%
Jay Rockefeller (WV), 64%-36%
Joe Biden (DE), 65%-35%
John Kerry (MA), 66%-31%
Jack Reed (RI), 73%-27%
Max Baucus (MT), 73%-27%
Mark Pryor (AR), 100%