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In the US:

2000-2002: 50 seats for each party (Republicans had the tie-breaking vote of the Vice President)

2002-2004: Republicans (51 seats)

2004-2006: Republicans (55 seats)

2006-2008: Democrats (51 seats, with 1 independent)

The Liberal Party held the majority in the Australian Senate.

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