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Wed Nov 20, 2019, 04:32 AM

2020 US Senate Election- Maximum number of seats Democrats could win in 2020.

35 Democratic US Senate seats are not up for re-election in 2020.
Democrats win by a landslide margin.
36)RI(Reed-D)
37)DE(Coons-D)
38)MA(Markey-D)
39)NJ(Booker-D)
40)OR(Merkley-D)
41)IL(Durbin-D)
42)VA(Warner-D)
Democrats win by a low double digit margin.
43)NM(Lujan-D) 15 percent margin
44)MN(Smith-D) 13 percent margin
45)NH(Shaheen-D) 11 percent margin
Democrats win by a high single digit margin.
46)MI(Peters-D) 9 percent margin
47)CO(Hickenlooper-D) 7 percent margin.
48)AZ special(Kelly-D) 5 percent margin.
Democrats win by a narrow margin.
49)NC(Cunningham-D) 4 percent margin.
50)ME(Gideon-D) 3 percent margin.
51)IA(Greenfield-D)2 percent margin.
52)GA special(Tarver-D) 1 percent margin.
Democrats win by a less than 1 percent margin.
53)GA regular(Tomlinson-D)
54)AL(Jones-D) if Moore-R is the Republican Nominee or runs as a third party candidate.
55)KY(McGrath-D)
56)KS(Bollier-D) if Kobach-R is the Republican Nominee.
57)TX(Hegar-D)
58)MS(Espy-D)
59)MT(if Bullock-D or Schweitzer-D reconsider their decision and run for the US Senate.)
60)SC(Harrison-D)

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stopdiggin Nov 2019 #1
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Wed Nov 20, 2019, 05:01 AM

1. I think we need help yet.

Particularly if the economy holds up (I have NO idea). Impeachment is working to advantage right now .. but lasts how long? I think a lot of these races get tighter than what they poll today. And I suspect there's a reservoir of voters out there that are expressing discomfort w/ the Republican brand today .. but will somehow find their way clear to vote R in November. Because ... "liberals." "Taxes."

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Response to stopdiggin (Reply #1)

Wed Nov 20, 2019, 07:01 AM

2. +1

I consider that any lead of 5% or less probably will be erased by all the "woodwork" Repugs crawling out to vote in the general election next Nov.

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